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    Neurofeedback is a new form of brain training that has been gaining popularity in recent years. The development of two scientific advancements within the...

    Once people understand that brain training is as important and beneficial as physical training the rest of the body, it can be hard to navigate the options....

    A common signal that we are under continuous stress is that the quality of our sleep deteriorates.  We have difficulty falling asleep, we wake up in the...

    At a summer brunch in 2010, after one of my meditation programs, a participant handed me the book A Symphony in the Brain by the New York Times science...

     

    Worrying is on the rise.  If you look at the graph you'll see how much more Americans are worrying today versus ten years ago, a rise of over 150%!  "Over...

    The practice of mindfulness meditation is the latest trend in effective drug-free approaches to decreasing anxiety and stress.

    Inscape, created by former...

    One of the biggest myths of our culture is that the holidays are happy times when families come together in a loving way to celebrate.  For most people,...

    Many people are prone to worry and stress.  Worrying interrupts the ability to focus on present tasks and hijacks the mind to make people fixate on what is...

    For those of us who grew up in homes that weren't safe or didn't feel safe, which for the brain is the same thing, the idea of living in a state of calm is...

    Why Meditate?

    Neurofeedback is a new form of brain training that has been gaining popularity in recent years. The development of two scientific...

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    Once people understand that brain training is as important and beneficial as physical training the rest of the body, it can be hard to navigate...

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    A common signal that we are under continuous stress is that the quality of our sleep deteriorates.  We have difficulty falling asleep, we wake up...

    Read More

    At a summer brunch in 2010, after one of my meditation programs, a participant handed me the book A Symphony in the Brain by the New York Times...

    Read More

     

    Worrying is on the rise.  If you look at the graph you'll see how much more Americans are worrying today versus ten years ago, a rise of over...

    Read More

    The practice of mindfulness meditation is the latest trend in effective drug-free approaches to decreasing anxiety and stress.

    Inscape, created by...

    Read More

    One of the biggest myths of our culture is that the holidays are happy times when families come together in a loving way to celebrate.  For most...

    Read More

    Many people are prone to worry and stress.  Worrying interrupts the ability to focus on present tasks and hijacks the mind to make people fixate...

    Read More

    For those of us who grew up in homes that weren't safe or didn't feel safe, which for the brain is the same thing, the idea of living in a state...

    Read More

    Why Meditate?

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