Norm Shealy believes mental illness is caused by and potentially curable with oxytocin

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Today I am posting the conclusion of my interview with Dr. Norm Shealy. He has a very interesting theory about the failure of bonding during childbirth and throughout childhood as being a deprivation of oxytocin.  He states that mental illnesses represent a failure of oxytocin and that using his energy modalities, he can cause people to release oxytocin and treat … Read More

The Apocryphal Diaspora – The biggest one that no Jews have ever heard about

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With Benjamin Netanyahu’s call for Jews to flee Europe and ‘return’ to Israel, we can only wonder why this is happening in Europe, again.   When we think of Jewish Diasporas, we know of these: the exodus from Egypt, from Judea to Babylonian Captivity, the destruction of the Second Temple at the end of the First Jewish-Roman War, The Great Exile … Read More

How RECHARGE saved my ski vacation

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I am fortunate to be skiing in Jackson Hole this week.  This is an actual picture that I took flying into the airport.   True story: I decided to snowboard the first day because I left my ski boots in the hotel.  I had a blast but as everyone knows, the first day of snowboarding usually involves falling and yesterday … Read More

74-yo opera singer, Jim, sounds much younger than his 65-yo self (Podcast 44: “The Voice”)

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In this fascinating podcast, we review an aspect of aging that few people think about: the voice. This video explores so much about the amazing human voice and its origins.  It is 50-minutes in running time but you will be amazed to hear how much younger 74-yo Jim sounds versus 65-yo Jim after taking TA-65. If you are pressed for … Read More

“Love will keep us (and your telomeres) together”

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Just a Valentine’s-themed post about a study that shows love is good for your telomeres: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23602876 In this case-control study, they found a trend towards longer telomeres in people who practiced loving kindness meditation.  They found that the “p-value” was 0.083 for an association between loving kindness meditation and longer telomeres; so in other words, there was only an 8% … Read More

Friday the 13th and the rhyming of history

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Once upon a time, powerful men walked the financial and civil halls of power at home whilst sending peasants’ and their children off to kill and die in the name of God’s glory in the Holy Lands. They amassed vast sums of wealth by loaning money to kings for the purpose of waging wars and they practiced secret rituals that … Read More