Meditation Furthers

On Saturday, I had an incredible experience with Jessica Zerr, an intuitive body worker and yoga teacher. It is really hard to describe what a bodywork session with Jessica is like. Once we introduced her to a lot of friends, it became very difficult to get an appointment with her. Everyone liked her and many […]

8 Ancient Beliefs

In a recent article in the Huffington Post, Alana Hall reported on 8 Ancient Beliefs Now Backed By Modern Science. These beliefs are embraced in Arianna Huffington’s new book, Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder, part of which is dedicated to scientific breakthroughs that often […]

Foods To Avoid For Physical And Spiritual Well-being

Over the past few weeks, I have learned a lot about foods to avoid for physical and spiritual well-being. Remember, I am not a physician and the advice here should be considered anecdotal, at best. Since the beginning of February, I was told by Michael Broffman at the Pine Street Clinic to avoid avocado, eggplant, […]

Good Grief! In Memory of Dr. John Anderson

We just got back from a celebration of the passing of our good friend, Dr. John Anderson on Sunday, October 27 at the Merryman Beach House on Moonstone Beach in Trinidad, California. John passed away on September 29, the same day that my daughter, Jessica left for Barcelona. He was a dear friend of ours […]

A Cancer Cure – Gerson Therapy

When I learned the my friend, Dr. John A. had a recurrence of his cancer and undergone another round of chemotherapy, I felt devastated. John is one of my most long enduring friends and a medical doctor to boot. I talked to his wife when he became to weak to speak and learned that they […]

What Happened To Medical Choice?

When I had bladder cancer more than sixteen years ago, I was told that the “gold standard” of medical treatment for this type of cancer was radical cystectomy.  This is a surgical procedure that removes the cancerous bladder and replaces it with an artificial bladder. One of the surgeons I consulted said, “It’s a piece […]

Interview With One Of My Mentors

This online interview with one of my mentors inspired me to share it with you, my readers. I have decided to withhold the name of my mentor for the time being. This is quite different from all of my other posts, so please have a little patience. Interview With One Of My Mentors The text […]

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