I had an interesting discussion with one of my clients yesterday. We were discussing symptom-based medicine and how much of what goes for healthcare today is really reactionary. I was explaining how separation from our true nature was at the … Continue reading
Yes, I know nearly all industries use sex in their taglines and ads to sell more products or attract more eyeballs. It is nothing new. The health and fitness industry is perhaps the biggest culprit. I’ve joked with colleagues of … Continue reading
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3 months, 7 countries: France, Ghana-Africa, India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Cambodia, Bali I first met Erin Douglas while studying Ayurveda at Kerala Ayurveda Academy in Los Angeles, CA. Together we explored some of life’s questions through the lens of health … Continue reading
My motivation for seeking proficiency in the healing arts has always been the amount of gratuitous suffering in the world. I don’t know if it was my Catholic upbringing or the ubiquity of that great existential bumper sticker in the early … Continue reading