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Gut Reactions

Gut Reactions What are gut reactions all about anyway? The Diaphragm! The diaphragm is the halfway house for all of our emotions. So we feel everything in our gut (or our diaphragm) first. Every emotion comes into our diaphragm and must…
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Do you live in fear? Or do you live in joy?

Sometimes we move through life by building brick walls and defending against anyone or anything that might be considered an enemy. It is through fear that we might be hurt that drives our need to build those walls. Our thoughts can run in…
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How do you perceive your world?

There was a story I heard once about a man who sat at the edge of a town. A family moving to the town stopped to ask him how he liked living there. He answered by asking, “How was it in the last place you lived?” They replied, “Oh, it…
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Remodeling DNA

DNA and Your Health If you could remodel your DNA, what would it look like? What if you could change your genes? Did you know that you are already doing that? According to Bruce Lipton, author of Biology of Belief, DNA extracted from a single…
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Have you ever experienced . . .

Memory lapses, irritability, confusion (especially left/right confusion), poor reading comprehension, self-destructive behaviors? These and many other signs can indicate that the body is in a state of overwhelm in what we call “sympathetic…
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Experience Tranquility with BodyTalk

How many of us wish desperately for better health? Yet, better health means change — change from our current state of health to a new dynamic. And while we want to experience a new state of health, we are afraid of the change. Someone recently…
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Dear Santa,

“All I want is peace. Can I just have some peace? Or maybe some joy. It is the season for joy after all. Really, is it too much to ask?  More than that, dear Santa, I would like to feel loved and I would like to be out of pain.” Sound…
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Recovering Perfectionist

Whoever said that we need to be perfect? The implication is that if we are not perfect, then we will not be accepted. I had a great need to be perfect for many years and created a great deal of turmoil in my life because of it. In my need to…
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Freedom from Grief, Trauma & Heartbreak

These are most often associated with the death: death of a loved one, death of a relationship. But we grieve more than people. We can grieve the loss of a job, the loss of youth, the loss of a home. In its root form, grief is about dispersion.…