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Revitalizing Medicine

I am compelled to have a hand in revitalizing modern medicine for reasons both material and spiritual. Our present health care system is plagued with limiting assumptions, many of which have little to nothing to do with the core body … Continue reading

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Soft and Supple Will Prevail

My management team and I spent the the entire day yesterday with our Advisory Board. It was a powerful and constructive time and despite the short duration we managed to cover a good deal of useful ground. Many of their … Continue reading

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Your Lucky Day

Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson One of the presenters I was privileged to watch this weekend at our annual Energetix Lyceum described the methylation pathways of our body. Methylation … Continue reading

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Health Care for the New Century

One sees what one looks for. One looks for what one knows. ~ Goethe I’m in Chicago at the moment as my company just finished hosting its 13th annual Bioenergetic Lyceum. The Lyceum, a two day training that serves as … Continue reading

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Self-Determination Theory: Creating Long-Lasting Change

A long-standing central desire of mine is to help my fellows live healthier, happier lives. I do my best to center my words, my work and my living on the theme of life enhancement, yet I am often surprised by how rarely people tend to act on … Continue reading

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Health Care Reform 101 by Gregg Hake

So, the bulk of the problem is due to “common and preventable” factors. Brilliant! There is our starting point. Perhaps we can resolve a complex issue with common sense, after all! But how would that look? Continue reading

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