Brain research is revealing astounding insights into the mechanisms of post-traumatic stress and neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to be rewired and re-trained. The world today is ravaged by traumas – from war, privation and economic crashes to natural disasters and ongoing environmental degradation. In response, world-renowned psychiatrist Dr. James S. Gordon of the Center for Mind Body Medicine has trained thousands of teachers globally to advance ancient mind-body healing techniques of self-care to reconnect each individual with his or her own nature, with family and community, and with the natural world. The results are impressive. What might happen if we approach healing the environment from the inside out?
Products You’ll Enjoy:
- Return of the Ghost Dancers: Ed Tick, the psychotherapist who has been working with survivors of war, violence and trauma for over 30 years, surveys the true extent and costs of modern technological warfare, its resulting spiritual and ecological crises and the possibility of healing individuals, nations and the planet through spiritual, cultural and community transformation.
- Becoming a Blessing: The beloved pathfinder in mind-body medicine, best-selling author, co-founder of the Commonweal Cancer Help Program, and professor at UC San Francisco School of Medicine, Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D., explores the place of the sacred in our lives, our work and our medicine.