The Foundations of Well-Being, Your Brain, Positive Neuroplasticity
Your Wonderful Brain:
How To Take in the Good:
The Two Wings of Psychological Growth and Contemplative Practice:
Skillful Ways to Deal with Stress and Trauma:
Teaching Story about the Two Wolves:
Loving Kindness (metta) Meditation:
A Warm Bath for the Brain:
Working with Horses on the Ground: Case Studies regarding Veterans with Moral Injury. working-with-horses-on-the-ground-case-studies-2167-1222-1000377.pdf
Why We Don't Ride: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy regarding Veterans with Moral Injury why-we-dont-ride-equine-assisted-psychotherapy-military-veteransand-moral-injury-2167-1222-1000374.pdf
Awakening in the Body by Phillip Moffitt
Chair Yoga - prepared for AARP conference
Yoga and the Brain: What Neuroscience Can Tell Us by Linda Graham, MFT
Yoga May Be Good for the Brain by Gretchen Reynolds, NY Times
The Essence of Yoga: Reflections on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, by Bernard Bouanchaud, is a favorite translation. There are countless translations available. Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras are considered the primary text of Yoga.
The Bhagavad Gita, again many translations are available. Eknath Easwaran is a beloved author. This classic Hindu text points to timeless truths. It’s suggested to read this from the perspective of a student of life.
The Great Work of Your Life, By Stephen Cope. Insightfully inspired by The Bhagavad Gita.
"Your breath is your brain's remote control," Mindful Magazine, February 16, 2017
Mindfulness - these were prepared for parents interested in Mindfulness