Archive for the ‘Creativity and Aging’ Category

by B. Allan Wallace

This is a wonderfully written book.

The author’s deep knowledge about Lucid Dreaming and Tibetan Dream Yoga is shared with a clear confidence that can only be the result of his experiences as a former monk, scholar, and teacher.

Lucid dreaming is simply being conscious that you are dreaming.

In Dreaming Yourself Awake, B. Alan Wallace gives us a clear set of techniques to follow, along with guidance to adapt those techniques to our individual needs and abilities, to create a practice that will propel us beyond the murky somnambulance of our habits on the path towards awakening.

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You can listen to our interview and discussion about bringing wellness tools to caregivers on the eCareDiary blog talk radio

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And who doesn’t need the simple gift of grace, especially when it comes wrapped in the captivating, heavenly compelling magic of the Tango!??

That simple gift of grace is medicine for more than downed spirits of a lonely heart or the pining over a lost love–it’s also REAL MEDICINE-

Tango is being used therapeutically with people suffering with Parkinson’s Disease.
Studies have shown that the pleasurable effects of tango decreased falls, shuffling, and improved balance and that the experience of dancing with a partner increased desire to exercise and  participate with others.

Look here at Washington University School of Medicine?play=tango

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… give it a try

at this interactive URL:   http://jacksonpollock.org/


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FINALLY, Quinn Mcdonald shares with us us her method to discover the creative leaps inherent in our slips and stumbles along our personal creative journey. Sign up for her FREE WEBINAR  and to purchase the book

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Transitional Keys presents Seasons of Care, a wellness kit for caregivers.

The first element of the kit is a CD of guided meditations written specifically for caregivers.  The symptoms of caretiver burnout are similar to stress and depression. According to the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University Massachuettes Medical School, meditation can provide:

  • Lasting decreases in physical and psychological symptoms of stress
  • An increased ability to relax
  • Reductions in pain levels and an enhanced ability to cope with pain and discomfort that may not go away
  • Greater energy and enthusiasm for life
  • Improved self-esteem
  • An ability to cope more effectively with both short and long-term stressful situations.

CD for $17.00

First 50 requests FREE SHIPPING if inside the United States

CONTACT US:  info@TransitionalKeys.org

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Google celebrated the birthday of Martha Graham with a cute animation. To go a bit deeper, to honor one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, hear Martha in her own words:

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Kaleidoscopes provide moveable mandalas

Check this out:

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Springtime! When blossoms burst and birds sing.
See how Spring is welcomed in Takayama Japan

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An enlightened approach to Alzheimer Care

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