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18 Jan

"Yoga sages from long ago figured out a systematic way to reliably relieve tension, layer after layer, to reveal an inborn sense of unconditional peace and joy that’s within all of us."--Julie Lusk

11 Jan

I'm dealing with two things I want to change, and I don't have much time to spend listening to audio programs. Can you recommend guided imagery for both, and can I work on them at the same time?

08 Jan

High Blood Pressure is nicknamed “the silent killer” for good reason: you can have it and not know it’s there, while it gets busy wreaking havoc on your arteries.

05 Jan

Well, there goes another year, People! G’bye 2017, and Greetings, 2018.

04 Jan

Before my surgery, I was in a complete panic. My treatment team at Cancer Treatment Centers of America gave me your Successful Surgery CD, and it saved me. . .

31 Dec

We have the guided imagery solution practitioners have been waiting for--low-cost streaming pages, for practices of one therapist or many..

14 Dec

You could say our entire HJ team is one giant, Bodhipaksa Fan Club.  His meditations are engaging, gentle, powerful, direct and, in the integrity/authenticity department, absolutely pitch-perfect...

06 Dec

What bits of wisdom or generalized instructions can you offer to parents and families who want to begin using guided imagery with their children?

04 Dec

Dr. Fred Craigie highlights gratitude as a practice benefiting immune function, mental health, quality of life, happiness, interpersonal relationships, and improved health behaviors….

30 Nov

I just learned that my dad, who has dementia, has been getting more and more agitated and sleepless at night. Got anything that might calm him?

27 Nov

Events begin this week in Cleveland, with a discussion of the power of guided imagery at The Gathering Place, in Westlake Nov. 29, and in Beachwood Nov. 30, and continue through June, with a wellness cruise to Alaska. . .

20 Nov

If you’ve never tried it, I recommend kicking off Thanksgiving week by keeping a gratitude journal – noting times during the day when you feel grateful for something, however fleetingly. . .