Click here to listen to Banjamin Zander speak!
In his book, Peace, Love and Healing, Bernie Siegel shares some wisdom with us:
Peace of mind is the goal to work for as you seek change. If, as Candace Pert has said, your body is the outward manifestation of your mind, peace of mind is what you want it to manifest….When you value yourself you express all your feelings, and then you let them go. Letting people know who you are and where you are in life means that fewer conflicts occur. One result is that your relationships improve and even business improves.
Here’s a tip from The Center for Mind-Body Medicine:
The venerable Buddhhist monk and author Thich Nhat Hahn teaches hugging meditation. When you hug your child, spouse or friend, just do that—hug. Don’t worry about what you are having for dinner tonight or your presentation tomorrow. Just be there, 100% in that hug, with all your heart. Don’t rush– hold on—stick with it. Try it, and see if the recipient doesn’t express both joy and a little amazement.
Join us on June 28 & 29 for Touch the Sky featuring Amy Shinal from The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (Washington, DC), and others, to learn more about self-awareness and self-care!
Take a look a look at The ROC City Singers Fringe Festival Performance!
Join Judith Ranaletta and The ROC City Singers on June 28 & 29 at our Touch the Sky event!