The Wolves of War

By Philip Folsom “It is no measure of health to be well-adapted to a sick society.” –Krishnamurti. As this wise philosopher knew, sickness arises from “dis-ease” — maladaptive tendencies such as stress, anxiety, and the lack of meaning, purpose or a sense of belonging in one’s life. These tendencies in… Read

The Top Practices of a Healthy Warrior

  By Darin Olien Founders and visionary of SuperLife, Author of SuperLife: The 5 Forces That Will Make You Healthy, Fit and Externally Awesome, and SuperFood Hunter There is so much advice out there on being healthy  — what to eat, how to supplement, how to exercise — and much of that advice… Read

A Palm Tree’s Lesson in Resilience

By Dr.Stephen Trudeau Psychologist in Private practice, motivational Speaker. Author of the recently released book, Courage to Thrive: Triumph in the Face of Adversity, and Ted Talk speaker.   The mighty and imposing oak tree is strong and seemingly invincible, standing sometimes for hundreds of years. Yet fierce winds and driving… Read

Art invites empathy and identification with others

  Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be seriously debilitating, involving a whole host of physical, mental and emotional symptoms, including dulled responses to others and to the outside world. One way to alleviate such symptoms is through exposure to art. “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be seriously debilitating” Art Exposure A museum… Read

Pain Relief with Mindfulness: The Safe Haven

By Michael W. Taft From his book The Mindful Geek: Secular Meditation for Smart Skeptics Published at Deconstructing Yourself I remember throwing out my back one time, which caused terrible pain in one leg. I went to doctors, chiropractors, took medications, all of which helped. But still as I was… Read