It’s that time of year. When we turn the page from December to January, most of us give at least a little thought to “New Year’s Resolutions.” It’s hard not to. Virtually every publication—both traditional and electronic—has at least one article on how to make and keep resolutions, what resolutions are being made by famous people, and how quickly resolutions can be broken. We tend to forget that we can leave old behaviors behind and/or begin new ones at any time, but birthdays and the start of a new year tend to amplify the sense of leaving the old behind . . . → Read More: Resolutions Revolution
This entry is a collection of things that have been on my mind over the past few weeks, including some additional commentary on my quest for hearing improvement.
Before I provide an update on my hearing, I need to correct something I said previously about the Crystal Consciousness intervention I received from Jane Frey and Pam James during the Wellness for All conference in Chicago. I didn’t realize at the time that Jane is the developer of that technique. She describes it this way:
Crystal Consciousness Connection is an energetic process which allows us to connect deeply . . . → Read More: Before, During, and After
A version of this post also appears in the October “Beyond Mastery” newsletter.
If you have been following Debra’s and my attendance at various conferences and meetings this year, you already know that we’ve been hanging out with some of the best healers in the country. This article describes the interventions I have received along the way, primarily for my principal presenting problem of hearing loss. My hearing had been declining for at least the last 10 years.
One of the things about hearing loss is that it is subtle. When your vision gets blurry, you can see . . . → Read More: Interventions for Hearing Loss
“Mesotherapy” may be a new word to you. It was new to me until recently. I will explain, but first a little history: Debra and I were scheduled to speak at the March 2012 ICIM conference in Lexington, Kentucky. In the process of preconference email discussions with Dr. William Faber, the doctor who had invited Debra and me to speak, I asked whether osteopaths had a way of addressing impaired hearing, which has been a concern of mine for the past few years. (You can download an ebook version of Dr. Faber’s book, The Osteopathic Medicine Advantage: How Medical Miracles . . . → Read More: Adventures in Mesotherapy