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Reality Movement & Alignment Technique™RMAT 1, 2, 3: Releasing Painful Patterns in the Body

Are you ready to free your body AND your mind?  Come join my son, Andrew and me at DuBose (in Monteagle, Tennessee) for an unforgettable weekend of transformation! We eagerly await your arrival for this upcoming, life-changing venue that will take you places in your own psyche and body you never dreamed possible! If you are serious about life change, this work is for YOU! We

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What is Qigong? A Life Changing Event in Chattanooga!

My qigong teacher, Jeff Primack, is bringing his mind-blowing four day Qi Revolution to our town, Chattanooga, Tennessee, from June 4th -7th, 2011! This is the energy-healing movement that has been a huge part of my own transformation and that I write about in my book, Guiding Principles for Life Beyond Victim Consciousness, in which I describe the process I use for bringing ourselves out of

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The Story of A Face; Part One

I often think of the physical body as being a laboratory for the work of transforming our minds. The two, body and mind, are intrinsically connected. It seems pretty obvious that, if the world is a mirror, the body would be one too! How could the body and mind not be connected? In my research, I have found that many of our beliefs are housed

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Falling Into Gratitude

photo credit: Flóra I took what could have been a serious tumble yesterday during my yoga practice . It shook me. It happened when I was attempting a new type of inversion. When my arms buckled I crashed to the ground – fortunately I tucked hard and so took the brunt of the impact across the tops of the shoulders instead of the neck; that

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Witnessing the Miracle of No-Thing ….

Every time I think back on that five minutes of wuji I am more deeply awed. In front of a whole group of people including my much respected teacher of qigong, Jeff, I was able to step aside and witness wuji happening through me. The results were awe-inspiring! I found myself able to do what I knew I could not do – not only did

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