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Creativity, Mania and Finding Your Sweet Spot

This week I had the honor of interviewing poet, author, and mental health advocate, Yashi Brown. I met Yashi initially on Twitter as her “Gifted with Bipolar” video HuffPost grabbed my attention immediately. She passionately illustrates and raises awareness about her experience with mood symptoms that started in her teens that culminated in a hospitalization […]

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Our Pilgrimage to India

Dr. Sonnee Weedn and I sat down to discuss our transformative pilgrimage to India Autumn 2016. In October 2016 we attended His Holiness, The 14th Dalai Lama’s International Body Mind Life Conference of Men-Tsee-Khang, the Tibetan Medical Society. We were accompanied by Humanitarian Tibetan Buddhist monk Lama Tenzin Choegyal on our voyage to Dharmsala, India […]

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Professor, author, holistic education advocate, Dr. Edward Mooney, Ed.D. shares how he learned how to thrive after being close to being a teenage dropout.

As a professor of education, Edward Mooney, Jr., draws from decades of experience as a public school teacher in his quest to prepare the next generation of teachers. He passionately believes that the relationship between an instructor and a student can change lives. Two of those relationships changed his. Edward was born in Massachusetts but […]

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French writer, meditation teacher, photographer and director, Michel Pascal discusses why “Meditation for Daily Stress” is different than all other ways of meditation.

Michel Pascal is a french writer, meditation teacher, singer, composer, photographer and director for spiritual documentaries. He is the photographer and co-writer of «Instants Sacrés» a book by His Holiness the Dalai-Lama (2008 Prisma Media, Geo National Geographic in Europe). Before moving to the US, Michel lived in the largest monastery in Himalayas, Kopan Monastery […]

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