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The Transform Your Health Summit, taking place June 28 – July 2, quickly developed a life of its own. The excitement was palpable. While there may be other similar offerings out there, this one feels special and unique to us.
I believe it’s all about feeling connected to the different areas of ourselves that creates overall wellbeing. This summit offers you so many opportunities to find that feeling of internal connection and to strengthen your awareness of personal wellbeing.
When first presented with the concept of this summit, each of our co-hosts, Cassandra Vieten, Bernadette Pleasant, Dondi Dahlin, Abiola Abrams, and Nick Mattos were excited and inspired by our vision. They all did an extraordinary job of identifying great speakers and helping those speakers share the best of what they have to offer.
There are so many great speakers it’s hard to know where to start. So start at the beginning and work your way through the summit. Each of the five days is focused on a different healing modality hosted by a preeminent expert in the field.
We are deeply grateful for everyone’s participation in this life-affirming online event. You can register here for free for the Transform Your Health Summit.
How did I become so interested in trauma? Probably the same way most of us become attracted to certain areas of our lives, or causes near and dear to us. Out of personal experience.
I believe that we become drawn to those things we wish to heal from in our own lives. And the same rationale applies to me. You see, when I reflect back, I remember developing a particular penchant for trauma when I was a freshman in college. Seemingly out of the blue. Yet, now that I look back and put the puzzle pieces together, I know exactly why. To read more, click here .
Volatility. Uncertainty. Complexity. Ambiguity. In my lab at the University of Miami, these four words (shorthanded to “VUCA”) describe the type of high-stress, high-demand scenarios that can rapidly degrade one of our most powerful and influential brain systems: our attention.
My research team and I study people who regularly experience VUCA conditions as part of their jobs — soldiers, firefighters, organizational leaders, and more. We investigate the powers and vulnerabilities of the attention system, pinpoint the forces that degrade and weaken attention, and look for ways to protect and strengthen it. To read more, click here.
Mothering is not easy. I believe it is the single most important job in a lifetime, for our collective vitality and evolution. Whether mothering/fathering a plant, an animal, a child, and/or (most importantly) our Selves.
I believe it becomes our responsibility to (re)parent our Selves when our awareness grows open and we see our patterns and shortfalls, without blame or judgment. And to listen when our plant, animal, child or inner child whispers... or screams... an alerting message.
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