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Affluent People are Less Likely to Reach out for Support

submitted by: admin on 05/08/2015
A study from UC Berkeley published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology showed that have-nots reach out to one another in times of trouble, but that the wealthy are more apt to find comfort in material possessions. What does this say about our value system?! Through education from our role models and what we're taught in school, we learn...

Assessing Physician Training with Byron Belitsos

submitted by: admin on 09/18/2013
Byron interviews Len Saputo and his journey thorugh medical training as described through A Return to Healing The academics of health care are taught in medical school rather than the healing relationship that heals. A community of healers was what Len expected, but found it to be anything but that. There was not an open mind about any training except convenional...

Community as a Healer with David McArthur

submitted by: admin on 02/23/2019
Connection leads to community and it is healing. Love, caring, compassion will spark authentic behavior and build community.

Community Coaching with Meg Jordan, PhD, RN

submitted by: admin on 02/23/2019
Community coaching is about being culturally competent; they help us understand and respect other peoples' beliefs and standards. Integrative wellness coaching is a central part of wellness. Learning how to be an ally though social belonging and meaning a purpose of integrative wellness coaching. Healing circles are reviewed.

Conscious Nutrition with Geoffrey Marx

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Conscious nutrition relates to the relationship we have with food and includes its growth, harvesting, preparation, and consumption. It is more than about how it is assimilated by the body. It also includes social factors that encourage community.        

Food for Thought with Cindy Geshon

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
Dr. Len interviews the founder of the Wellness City Challenge in Contra Costa County that is revolutionizing the diets of school children. Her leadership in hands on "eat and learn" classes and promotion of what a healthy diet is is making grass roots changes in the community.      

Good Relationships are Important for Health and Healing

submitted by: admin on 02/23/2019
What is the point of having perfect functionality and not knowing what our purpose is. We forget too often that relationships are the most important purpose we have in life. Scientific studies show that elderly people are far healthier if they are engaged in something that helps other people. Of course, this works for people of all ages.

Healing From Within with Richard Miles

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
What we think disease is has changed remarkably in the past 100 years. There were three theories, the God punishing one, the evil spirits theory, and the miasmatic theory, that were common thought.          

Holistic Law: Finding My Soul with Gary Gwilliam, JD

submitted by: admin on 09/24/2013
  Finding one's soul as an attorney is about discovering who we are and what our purpose is in everything we do. Work as an attorney tranformed into understanding who a client is and what they need for healing. Education becomes the most important aspect of what we do whether an MD, school teacher, or attorney; it is about teaching healing.

Holistic Nutrition with Ed Bauman, PhD

submitted by: admin on 09/24/2013
  Holistic nutrition looks are how everything fits together; this includes all aspect of food. It is important to appreciates how food interrelates with our culture and with nature. This provides great insights into how the world works and how we can influence how it functions.          

Honoring the Tribe with Phillip Scott

submitted by: admin on 09/24/2013
Any one or thing that has passed on from the earth or is yet to come is an ancestor. "All my relations" pays tribute to the fact that the breath of life was breathed into everything. Humans are the last to be created and have the most to learn. There are nations of plants and animals and humans...everything is honored in the Native Americal way. Our...

How We Live Together with Ofer Erez

submitted by: admin on 02/23/2019
Ofer was born in a Kibbutz and describes this style of living. People contribute to the welfare of the Kibbutz and the Kibbutz takes care of the people. This is a physically and emotionally safe way to live.

How We Live together with Ofer Erez

submitted by: admin on 02/23/2019
Ofer describes how a Kibbutz works. Everyone who works contributes all income to the Kibbutz and it takes care of everyone. It is an endeavor of cooperation. There is also an effort to help people be self sufficient

Indigenous Lifeways and Healing with Phillip Scott

submitted by: admin on 06/17/2017
This half hour interview with Chief Blackhorse (Phillip Scott) of the Lakota tribe explains some of the highlights of the Native American Tradition. Philllip discusses the roles of science, spirituality, ceremony, community cooperation, in the way of the ancestors and how it contrasts with the way of modern civilization.

Intercultural Communication with Doug Boyd

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
Cross cultural communication offers the possibility for extending social boundaries. Understanding people from their point of view offers new possibilities. Doug shares interesting stories about Rolling Thunder and other luminaries.        

Managing Menopause with Ellen Cutler, MD, DC

submitted by: admin on 10/10/2013
Too much sugar and grains are a common cause for menopausal symptoms. Digestive enzymes and BioSet testing for allergies are also helpful. Leaky gut is related. Hormones are not the cause of menopausal symptoms.

Physically Fit Students Perform Better Academically

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  According to a study in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fittness in December of 2012, middle school students who are more physically active score better on tests. Most schools are cutting physical activity back and kids are becoming more overweight and at risk for diseases such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, arteriosclerosis...

Pre-School, is it a Good Idea?

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
Is it more important to learn academics or to bond with parents and learn family values? There are factions in the US that want to increase the length of academic training to make the US more competitive in science.          

Shamanic Therapy: Healing the Wound of Separation

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
Shamonic therapy is looking at the wound of separation; it is the return to wholeness. The shaman is the midwife who travels to the other world and brings back healing to the world. When we're separated from our truth we need help. Finding purpose in life depends on being authentic. Tools of the shaman include being involved in loving, giving, sharing, and...

Software for the Mind with Emmett Miller, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
The software of the mind has been written to allow racial prejudices and the disparaties that follow. The brain can be compared to a biocomputer. We must re-program our biocomputers to appreciate the importance of community and sacredness of relationship. This requires "deep healing" to evolve a global brain.