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Be Bold to Put the Real Truth Out There with Mike Robbins

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2019
Being willing to put yourself out there is an important principle of being authentic. Egos can take charge but need to be realistic. We need to find our edge and go just beyond it. Small steps such as saying "no" or taking time for ones self are examples.

Being Authentic with Scout Bartlett

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
  Getting in touch with our inner self and expressing our feelings authentically is a huge part of becoming self actualized. Scout gives examples and emphasizes how important authenticity is in our lives.

Can You Trust Your Intuition with Marcia Emery, PhD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Intuition is a the deepest wisdom of the soul; it is a power hunch. Images, feelings, and thoughts are what come up; the body is an intuitive antenna.          

Celebrate Who You Are with Mike Robbins

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2019
Being authentic with our strengths is important. There's a difference between bragging and appreciating who we are, and between arrogance and self-appreciation.

Community as a Healer with David McArthur

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2019
Connection leads to community and it is healing. Love, caring, compassion will spark authentic behavior and build community.

Cyber Bullying

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Cyber bullying is different from regular bullying and they have more profound effects on the victim too. The real issue is to explore the reasons for why kids bully. Bullying is a reflection of deeper issues. Perhaps school psychologists can help.

Express Yourself to be Authentic with Mike Robbins

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2019
It is important to express yourself if you're going to be authentic. All too often we only present the tip of the iceberg. This means exposing more of who we are. Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable; be that way anyway! We are only as sick as our secrets.

Expressing Your True Self with Kathleen Dunbar

submitted by: admin on 04/10/2015
Habits hold us back; we learn them. As children our role models often create problems for us that haunt us for the rest of our lives unless we evolve. Physical dysfunction often is the result of role models that don't serve our needs. Choice is what can save us, so long as we can express it; from the truth of ourself. Therapy is learning what doesn't...

Finding Authentic Purpose

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
Cultural creativity depends on finding authentic purpose. In our most private moments we recognize where we are not authentic; we must at least notice and then imagine how we can change. The applies to businesses too.

Five Regrets of the Dying that are Lessons for the Living

submitted by: admin on 10/23/2018
The way we live our lives is not often the same as how we die. While our values during our lives are more oriented to accumulating wealth and power, when we or someone we love is near death our values change to relationships. We become more interested in restoring and nurturing relationships than our bank accounts, real estate portfolios, or other personal wealth....

Healing Ourselves, Healing Our Planet

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
We cannot have a healthy cosmos if we aren't healthy ourselves. If we can improve the way we think, we can improve our overall health and the health of the planet and cosmos. Authenticity is at the core of good health.          

How to Work Out Safely with Julie Motz

submitted by: admin on 10/08/2013
Many people workout to look good rather than be healthy. It is important to look into the reasons for needing to "look good." Working from the "inside out" is authentic and healthy; working from the "outside in" is similar to not being authentic. Exercise should be fun. Preparing for exercise is a good idea in trying to prevent an...

How We Deal With Our Losses with Gary Gwilliam, JD

submitted by: admin on 10/08/2013
  How an attorney deal with losses requires wisdom. What we should be looking for is getting the right outcome. Yet we tend to have internal expectations that if unfulfilled lead to shame and sense of failure. With wisdom comes humility, compassion, courage, forgiveness, and authenticity.

Know Yourself with Mike Robbins

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
Knowing yourself is required for authenticity. Being authentic means being vulnerable by going into ourselves and being willing to share that. We need to know what is important to us so we can "go for it." Appreciation of the ego is also important. Today's transformation is tomorrow's ego trip.          

Learning Through Relationship with Gary Gwilliam, JD

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
  Gary tells the story of his journey through his own failed personal relationships and what it took to find a relationship that works. He attributes his success to being authentic and knowing the purpose of his marriage.

Listening to your Instincts with Steve Sisgold

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
  Listening to your instincts, what your body is telling you. Your body's signals tell you about anxiety, self doubt, and how to achieve true wellness. Listening to your inner voice allows you to become authentic. Learn to trust!        

Lonliness and Isolation with Meg Jordan, PhD

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2019
Lonliness and isolation increase our risk for morbidity and mortality by up to 500%. Our survival depends on the healing power of love, intimacy and relationships at every level. The journey towards our inner truth is too lonely to go it alone. Teleologically we are built to have healthy relationships.

Loving is for Giving with Emmett Miller, MD

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2019
Love is for giving! Awakening the leader within rather than taking commands from the outside is critical. We are deluged by commands that discourage authenticity. We must realize who we are on the inside. Who am I is the question. Letting go of attachments of what other say is the key. Be present, don't deify the mind!

Manifesto for Medical Practice with Wes Rocki, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/10/2013
  Healing is an inert capacity of all life. The practice of medicine is set up primarily to make money, not provide service. Money is made even when patients are harmed. Understanding the miracle of healing and a strong intention of being authentic are important aspects of good health care practice.          

Not Knowing is a Healthy Start with Scout Bartlett

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
After we have completed our training, we have the idea we are supposed to know everything about it or we have failed. It is no different in medicine. It is healthy to realize that it is okay to say when we don't know.