Editor's Note: Dharma is one of my teachers in NY City, and his sun salutes have evolved to include forearm balance and splits since his classes draws advanced practitioners. Here is a nice presentation of the basic sun salutations. ~Donna
Excerpt of lecture on various astrological methods that were used in Western medicine up until the 1800's. Lecture prepared for an introductory history course at Kepler College. Presented by Lee Lehman, PhD.
From the Nova Web site: “How does the 'intelligence' of an ant colony or the stock market arise out of the simple actions of its members? Scientists describe emergence, a science that studies how complex patterns and behaviors arise from the actions of individual units acting independently.” www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sciencenow/
From the Nova Web site: "How does the "intelligence" of an ant colony or the stock market arise out of the simple actions of its members? Scientists describe emergence, a science that studies how complex patterns and behaviors arise from the actions of individual units acting independently." www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sciencenow/
Why do we want to live our best life NOW, not tomorrow, or when we feel truly ready? Because tomorrow and the days, weeks, years beyond are not promised to us. Now is the only sure thing...
Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere:Dr. Chan shares three keys to living your best life right now because the future is not promised to you. She encourages you to make choices that empower you, honor who you are and release what no longer serves you. The best life is not some ideal movie but an experience in which you navigate the ups and downs of a life worth living.
A Dangerous Method is one of the best psychological film portrayals of the feminine I have seen in a very long time. Knowing many of the historical elements that director David Cronenberg smoothly wove together in a 95 minute film helped me look past the two Titans of 20th century psychology and delight in the figure who was for me the main character, Sabina Spielrein...
Editor's Note from Debbie Allen: I read the responses to Len Cruz's review on the Ashville Jung Center website and was struck by how provocative this review was in discussing the feminine archetypes that the movie portrayed. It seems that this review leaves readers with much to ponder.
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