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Maybe our responses to life aren’t set in stone

Maybe we actually can change how we respond to situations, especially those that are difficult. These are the questions Tania Singer’s social neuroscience group explores at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig.  What they’re finding out, as this video with Olga Klimecki shows us is that training our minds can absolutely change our feelings and […]

Early Bird Deadline for Embodied Practices ends Sept 15, 2013

  There’s a time and a place for trying something new or for reinvesting yourself in something you want to do better in. Some of you have made the choice to join us in the Embodied Practices that starts October 4th.   I’m thrilled to be working with you. Others of you are still deciding.  That’s […]

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Embodied Practices Questions and Responses

Over the past few weeks I have received numerous questions from people asking me more about the Embodied Practices Course to see if the course will be right for them.  Here are a few of the questions and my responses to them. Do the questions help you?  Do my reflections support you?   Let me […]

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