Category: Mind-Body Medicine
Gratitude defies easy classification. It can serve as an emotion, a moral virtue and even a coping response. It is the overwhelming feeling of appreciation to someone or something outside of ourselves for something in our lives that we find beneficial. Gratitude has been prized as a virtue by most of the world’s religious traditions …
The act of creating and making art is a unique phenomenon amongst human species. We use this skill to recreate the world we perceive externally and internally. Artist Vincent Van Gogh once stated: “I put my heart and soul into my work and have lost my mind in the process.” Van Gogh viewed art as …
Five tips to help deal with Stressors in your life.
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Using meditation for anxiety has become more common in recent years. We have some tips on using mindfulness meditation to reduce anxiety.
A transformation of medicine is underway — a transition from a science of treating disease to a science of health.
QiGong, like dance, is a transformative practice. At the end of practice, you are never the same as when you begin.
Surrendering isn’t giving in or giving up. It’s making a choice to let go of the emotions of struggle, fear and anger.
My participation in the first Center for Mind-Body Medicine training workshop in Israel in 2004 marked the beginning of a personal and professional transformation that reverberates in me still.
This work of our Center for Mind-Body Medicine allows people to come back into their bodies, to honor their struggles, and to dissolve and release the embedded feeling which keep them stuck in an often confused and repetitive state.