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It Seemed Like A Good Idea: The Best Worst Bike Ride Ever by Lynn Bering Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Jun 2011 3:37pm I checked the radar. I swear I did. And all I saw was a little green blip 40 miles southwest of my house. I got dressed, did some strength training, then headed outside and loaded up the bike. I was going to do my favorite little 14-miler today. The first half is a nice gradual incline, one I like to do at about 9-11 miles per hour, then I ... Read on »
Emotions Affect Us at the DNA Level by Cindy M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Mar 2010 3:55am Gregg Braden has a pleasant voice, sports longish gray hair and a neat graying beard, and has enjoyed a big career spanning the petroleum and defense industries to helping create modern Internet infrastructure. But Braden's passion for over two decades has been discovering and explaining ancient wisdom--including the vast interconnections around ... Read on »
The Layer Man by Mark Brown Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Sep 2010 12:00am The last couple of weeks have been crazy busy for me and I find that although I have much to share I am not in a position to write or visit your blogs at this time. I am sure I will be writing again in a couple of days. Hope you are all well and you enjoy this re-post from last year. Last weekend my clothes dryer quit working and ... Read on »
Deep Discussion For a Friday by Carmen Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Aug 2012 12:00am I was in the office for the reading of the MRI, the insanely expensive test for which I cannot afford to pay but chose to move forward despite this reality, to answer the burning question of What is the extent of the damage to my leg and let's get this show on the road, already, yo!  He looked straight ahead at the comp ... Read on »
Do therapists like, fall in love with their clients? Why don’t they tell them? by David M. Posted Fri 07 Jun 2013 5:32am Unconditional Positive regard or dual relationship? Do counselors fall in love with clients? Do they like them and if so why don’t they tell them? The role of emotions, feelings between the counselor and the client are complicated. Learning to juggle all those factors and keep the relationship between therapist and client in bounds is s ... Read on »
I was called Sir today by BaddApple .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 4:23pm I have been busy getting back into work after the break so I behind on my blog updates and work outs. Sunday I ran 6 miles at Lifetime and while I was there I spoke with a trainer about heart rate training. I did a test 2 years ago when I first received my heart rate monitor. I know people swear by it, but for some reason its counter intuitive to m ... Read on »
Breaking Dreams at the Point of Departure by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Feb 2009 11:35pm Day 0 The clock is reset, and the world rushes backwards, undoing all progress fair and poor. The kingdom of disease is restored and hope for the future is dim. We have arrived at a point not very much unlike where we began our journey in 2007. Each and every day since Ann first became sick I would routinely pray to Jesus for help, mercy ... Read on »
Music Provides a Break from the Sting of Homelessness by Kate K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Dec 2009 8:07am I glance up from playing my accordion and smile. I’m haunted by the expressionless eyes of the crowd at the dinner for the homeless, an annual event in downtown Denver that was started by the late Monsignor Charles B. Woodrich (AKA Father Woody). This party, which began in 1981 and provided dinners for the 100 homeless at the time, has morphe ... Read on »
Altered States (of print) by derrick m. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 09 Sep 2007 12:00am When the men on the chess board get up and tell you where to go And you just had some kind of mushroom And your mind is moving slow Go ask Alice I think she’ll know - jefferson airplane The trick of course is to mix the right about of peyote with enough time in an isolation chamber. Soon enough you’ll be reverting bac ... Read on »
The Healthiest Person You Know: Part 3 of Changing Your Beliefs by theselfhealingcoach Posted Tue 25 May 2010 3:45pm Sat Jivan Singh Khalsa Who is the healthiest person you can think of? Take a minute to feel the frequency and the presence of that person. For me, that person is Sat Jivan Singh, the director of Kundalini Yoga East in New York City. He is, I would guess, in his sixties, though only his gray beard gives it away. There is, unlike ot ... Read on »