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"Conscious Medicine" with Lee Lipsenthal and Marilyn Schlitz (part 4 of 5)

In this segment, Marilyn and Lee discuss the broken health care system and the increased public interest in more integrated care. Lee explains the drawbacks from a business perspective, but indicates the cost of preventative care outweighs the expense of costly procedures such as by-pass surgery. As the baby-boomers age the investment to develop, staff and provide space for integrative care becomes cost effective.

"Conscious Medicine" with Lee Lipsenthal and Marilyn Schlitz (part 3 of 5)

Lee Lipsenthal, MD, talks with Marilyn Schlitz in this segment about social interactions and group support positively effecting health. Lee discusses research and statistics that indicate interpersonal connection at a level of vulnerability can have an effect on the healing process from heart disease, blood pressure and depression. The quality of interaction rather than the quantity of interactions is important. Social isolation from deep meaningful conversations at least once a day at work or at home can have a detrimental effect on your health.
 

"Conscious Medicine" with Lee Lipsenthal and Marilyn Schlitz (part 1 of 5)

In this first section, IONS Board Member Lee Lipsenthal talks with IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz about changes in allopathic health care and the wider acceptance of meditation, yoga, and consciousness in healing practices. They discuss research indicating patient's increased willingness to follow doctor's instructions when the patient feels the physician is really present with them.

"Transformational Life Mapping" with Tina Amorok (part 1 of 4)

At the IONS 2007 Conference, "Consciousness in Action," Tina Amorok took the audience through a process called "Mapping Your Own Transformative Life Path." You too can now participate in this exercise!  In this first segment Tina guides you in indentifying transformational practices and experiences in your life, and describes what activities might be considered transformative. She suggests taking 30 minutes to ‘map’ your transformational practices and experiences with broad strokes in seven year increments.

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