Art of Conscious Living TV
Dr. Henry Grayson is a scientific, spiritual, mind body psychologist who founded and directed the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York City. He is the author of Mindful Loving (in it's twentieth printing), the best selling Sounds True Audio Series, The New Physics of Love, as well as co-author of three professional books. Dr. Grayson integrates diverse psychotherapies with neuroscience, quantum physics, subtle energies with Eastern and Western spiritual mindfulness. He practices in New York City and Connecticut.
Peter Van Dyk Men of Tears,. Release stress and reduce anger and violence: The Workshop That Teaches Men to Cry Once a week, a group of men gather in a room in Sausalito, CA, to share their experience and emotions and maybe even cry. They call themselves the "Men of Tears". The workshop is organized by public speaking coach Lee Glickstein and therapist Peter Van Dyk. They provide a safe place for men to get in touch with feelings they may have suppressed since childhood, which promotes crying as a therapeutic practice. They claim it is a way to way to release stress and reduce anger and violence.
Kelly Bryson MA, MFT is a licensed psychotherapist and authorized trainer for the international Center for Nonviolent Communication (a nonprofit organization). You will find valuable information here about Nonviolent Communication including: There's a lot of great content here presented with Kelly's inspiring humor, wit, and wisdom. Here are just a few of the things you'll find: Kelly's dynamic speaking topics geared toward improving organizational communication info about his best selling book "Don't Be Nice, Be Real. Balancing Passion for Self with Compassion for Others. an anthology Kelly contributed to: "The Marriage of Sex and Spirit: Relationship at the Heart of Conscious Evolution" (With Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, John Gray, has been voted "Best Health / Sexuality Book" in the Best Books 2006 National Book Awards.)
Ema Drouillard Eating for Health and Healing. About a the benefits of a raw food diet or at least how to incorporate more fresh food into your daily diet. Ema has owned and operated resorts and restaurants in Michigan and California. A foodie from the get go, she shares her love of food and the delights of eating more fresh organic food. She offers coaching to assist her clients on the path of nourishing their body and those they love.
Dale Borglum Twenty-five years ago Ram Dass, Stephen Levine and Dale Borglum all felt that the work promoting conscious dying in the West was in fact the planting of a seed that would flourish widely and abundantly. We greatly underestimated the depth to which fear of dying had permeated our culture. Certainly many tens of thousands of healthcare professionals and lay people have attended lectures and workshops on the topics of using dying as an opportunity for spiritual awakening and using care giving as a spiritual practice and then taken these ideas back into their lives and their jobs. Hospitals and hospices are as spiritual as the individuals who staff them. Death now is openly talked about. Progress has been made, but there are very few places to go in this country death is not approached as just making the best of a terrible situation, few places that support the profound opportunity for healing and for awakening that dying affords. Never in my adult life has the need for collective healing of our society been so critical.