Whent hurricanes Jeanne and Frances hit, two big trees in my yard toppled over, and within days, their leaves, bark and branches showed signs of decline. Without the connection to the earth, trees get sick and die. Same is true for us people. Spiritual wellness means being connected to the source. All things can look good on the surface–our appearance, our status, our relationships– but when we drift too far from our inner feeling core, we get ill. Then all else erodes around us. To live out of integrity, out of touch or out of reach inevitably adds up to a malaise that easily manifests as physical woe. Healing our inner lives, or spiritual healing, is important because the body follows what is in the heart and mind. Why wait for the tree to collapse to discover the importance of being connected? Heed the warning signs before it’s too late. (more…)
This is a phone interview with Pedro and Cindy Soto from 9/3/09. We talk about depression, discipline, change, the grieving process, and other mind/body health-related topics. The call lasts about an hour.
Which way do you see her twirling, and on which foot?
The foot you see her twirling on is the hemisphere of your brain through which you are perceiving this image. Left foot=left brain. See if you can make her change direction!
In Food We Trust
People from around the world and all walks of life arrive at Hippocrates on their quests for better nutrition and health, and bring with them with the whole range of food- and eating-related issues. After years and years of personal and professional contact with thousands of guests, I finally understand something: people [...]