Building resilience is imperative in these times, and we can rewire our neural networks in order to do that. Why must we talk to our cells and send them messages of love? How do toxic beliefs stress our immune system? What are some ways to release energetic or emotional blockages? How does the body reflect the truth of our experience? How “waking down” can effectively lead us to “waking up.” These topics and many more will be explored in these four programs specially selected from the New Dimensions archive.
It’s possible to rewire our neural networks and build resilience so that positive emotions become a default reaction. Graham explains how habits such as mindfulness, self-compassion, and body awareness can help us learn to naturally respond with grace and skill when we are under pressure. She offers practicable suggestions to consciously develop our natural resilience. Read more »
This dialogue blends the scientific study of cells with the mystical mystery they contain. We learn that cells can be our teachers, that they need community to survive, and how our emotions affect our cells. If we are worried or fearful, the body prepares us for fight or flight. The more we understand how our cells work, the more effectively we can live our lives. Read more »
When we feel pain in our body, it is usually a sign that something is wrong. When we experience injury, illness, or disease, we treat the symptoms with medication, physical therapy or alternative medicine. But sometimes treating the symptoms isn’t enough. Our bodies are often telling us that there is a disruption in our energy flow that is keeping us from getting well. Read more
Many spiritual practices guide us in what is known as “waking up.” Even though this process gives us a great sense of freedom and spaciousness, Prendergast suggests that the path to “waking up” is by “waking down.” Tuning into our body often brings forth a useful image and will help us to live with more authenticity. Read more »