A Lifetime of Liveliness And Energy

Is life short or long?  I suppose it all depends on how you look at it.  Days can pass quickly.  Unhappy times seem to go on and on; while times of great joy pass in a flash.  Young people cannot imagine becoming old and believe that “old age” will never happen to them.  Older people [...]

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Returning to My Old Friend: Yoga

For twelve years I was a faithful and devoted yoga practitioner.  From my first yoga class I was aware that this practice was exceedingly helpful to my well-being.  Three, four, or sometimes even five days a week I participated in a class.  Mastering poses was a pleasure and I felt very proud that I was doing something so obviously [...]

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Welcome to Ayurveda: The Science of Life

Welcome to Ayurveda: A natural way to stroll through life—without a pebble in your shoe. The goal of psychologists is to assist our clients reach their full potential, to feel as good as possible, to behave in ways that enhance contentment, and to think as clearly as they are able. Of course we also desire [...]

Meditation: Transcending Darkness

My husband, Bud, and I learned the TM technique in 1984.  We first heard of TM in the 60’s.  A great deal of scientific research was done on the TM technique in the 60’s and 70’s.  Frequently we would notice a news article about the remarkable scientific findings related to the practice of this technique.  We would comment to [...]

Even Coffee, a Staple of American Life, Isn’t One-Size-Fits-All

Good morning, everyone!  I just finished drinking a cup of coffee.  I “do” one a day and I treasure it, but I really don’t want any more than that.  If I drink more than one cup I become a bit shaky.  How about you?  Do you drink no coffee, one or two cups in the morning or are you an [...]