The ultimate power of consciousness. Explore the manifest play of space-time and passing experience.

I love wine. I love being strong and fit. I love helping people feel better. I loosely base my persona on being the fun, wino, mom, massage therapist that does Crossfit so she can keep drinking wine and not be chubby. Obviously that is the orange peel of my existence, but as I’ve noticed over the years, it’s based on a modicum of truths.

Everyone wants to know how the new Colorado cannabis recreational program is going. Residents and visitors alike who have visited a dispensary, tend to have overwhelmingly positive feedback, and revenue numbers being reported by the state are nothing short of impressive.

As a species we have always been obsessed with finding a purpose with life. We are always asking: What am I? Why am I here? What should I do with my life? We constantly struggle with the things we think we need to do, to find fulfillment. If we could stop for a moment and entertain a different perspective; things might become easier. It starts by understanding our purpose, nature and design.

Wouldn’t you like to know what is going on with your body before you get that dreaded diagnosis? Do you have people in your life that you wish would have known how they could have been helped?

There is a way to tell what is going on with every cell, tissue, organ and system of our bodies and you have access to it. You see, each cell, tissue, organ and system has a unique resonating frequency and much like an orchestra, if one area of the body gets out of tune, it affects that individual’s entire performance or proper function.

What is Scalp Acupuncture?
Scalp acupuncture combines traditional acupuncture techniques with the brain’s anatomy. Acupuncture needles are used in specific areas related to the brain’s neuroanatomy and neurophysiology rather than traditional acupuncture done on specific points along the body. Scalp acupuncture is relatively new because it combines new technology, and research on the brain, with acupuncture.

The self-help world is abuzz with The Power of Intention by Wayne Dyer promoting the importance of focus to get what you want. It is true that if you focus on what you want for an extended period of time, and do the necessary work, it usually shows up. But why does it work better for some people and not for others? It works better for those who understand that the “power of intention” is actually The Power of Clarity.

Can our emotions and behavior affect our risk of getting or recovering from cancer?

Richard Sagebiel, MD, head of the Melanoma Clinic at the University of California San Francisco, noticed “a strange pattern of stress and coping” in most of his patients. He wondered if there was a connection between cancer and behavior and, in 1979, he asked Dr. Lydia Temoshok to investigate.

So why not create the thoughts to experience the life you want! From the time you wake up till the time you go to sleep, everything you experience starts out as a thought. Your entire life unfolds through the thoughts you have. You have thoughts before you take action and you will always have thoughts after that action. As you become conscious, you begin thinking about the experiences you plan to have that day, maybe starting with the bathroom, the shower, breakfast, and getting dressed.

The mind-body connection is a pathway. Just like any path, there is a potential for travel both ways. We use our mind to communicate information to the body all the time. We want to move our arm so our brain, motivated by a thought, sends signals through our nervous system that simulate and coordinate the muscular movement necessary to mobilize our joints.

Chinese medicine is a system of healing that often takes the patient on a journey of self-discovery. The physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of each individual are examined together in this natural approach to medicine. After 25 years of practicing acupuncture, I have witnessed many instances where illness or physical pain resolve when a patient’s emotional issues are simultaneously addressed with the use of acupuncture and Chinese herbs.

Imagery: the formation of mental images, figures, or likenesses of things, or of such images collectively.

Imagine a pipe cleaner in the center of your torso, where your spine is. Inhale. Visualize your entire torso evenly expanding away from the pipe cleaner. Exhale, and squeeze the pipe cleaner like an internal bear hug. Notice how sharply connected your mind and body have become. Feel your abdominal muscles intensely contracted.

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