Using Your Other Brain (Part Two)

Continued from Part One Exercise 3 The following exercise will help you become aware of the senses of your heart. This exercise may be done by one or two people. To do this exercise by yourself, find a comfortable position upright or supine. Sitting is preferred because there is less tendency to fall asleep. Take […]

Using Your Other Brain (Part One)

New research defines two distinct brains in the human body that operate together, connected by massive neural pathways. Studies indicate that all functions that define the brain are present in the cardio-pulmonary nerve plexi. Peptides and neurotransmitters associated with brain function are manufactured and utilized by this complex that has been termed the “gut” brain. […]

Couples Healing

From time to time we get to work with two persons who are utilizing CRST in their lives that are in a couples relationship. The technique is the same as with an individual, except that two facilitators are needed, one facilitator simultaneously working with each person in the same room. This process should not be […]

The Emotional Affair

Our society seems contradictory in its attitudes toward sexuality. On the one hand, we’re publicly outraged with disgust at Janet Jackson’s exposed breast and Howard Stern’s crude ramblings. On the other hand, we privately reward TV producers who titillate us with soaps and sitcoms about passionate interludes and rampant infidelity. Perhaps our private excesses are […]

Move From Conflict Toward Love

Few things influence the quality of our lives more than the quality of our relationships. People often forget this and fail to approach this part of their lives thoughtfully. When relationships work, life often seems wonderful. When relationships don’t work, life can feel like a meaningless grind. Frustration and resentment can lead to pointless arguments […]

Unlocking Locked-in Syndrome: An Interview Through an Empath

John Andrews is a 37 year old man with ALS who has been the subject of many of these columns. The course of the disease was swift, leaving him paralyzed within a few months and unable to speak within a year and a half. John has led us to many different levels of healing over […]

Self-Esteem = Team Esteem

Teams are composed of individuals. A teams ability to function and the commitment of the members is determined, to some extent, by the team-image. Team-image is dependent upon the self-image and the self-esteem of the individual team members as illustrated in the following story. “It’s not my fault. I don’t care what you say I […]

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