Saturday, May 26, 2018

Peter Levine on Freedom from Pain

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Peter Levine on Freedom from Pain

The paradox of trauma is that it has both the power to transform and resurrect.

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Peter Levine on Freedom from Pain

In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Peter Levine and Maggie Phillips discuss the prevalence of chronic pain in modern society and how physical pain may relate to past trauma. They describe the stages that pain sufferers commonly experience and bracing patterns that progress into the pain trap. Their program provides strategies for self-regulation to deal with pain based on real-world examples of patients they have helped. Finally, they explain the primary keys to solving the puzzle of pain that allow every person to heal and live pain-free. { read more }

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If you are experiencing pain, learn more about trauma and the body and releasing it through simple exercises designed by Dr. Levine. { more }


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Friday, May 25, 2018

Walking with Gandhi

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Walking with Gandhi

Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.

- Buddha -

Walking with Gandhi

In this reflection, an anti-war activist reveals what he thinks is missing from the heart of many of today's nonviolent movements. "Amidst the day's exhilaration it was plain to me that something essential was missing - that there was, in fact, a gaping void at the very heart of it all...During the march, my eyes were invariably drawn by particular phrases scrawled on several of the signs and banners. And I couldn't help but think of the person behind those catchy one-liners: Gandhi." { read more }

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Next time something triggers you to react in anger or pain, experiment with pausing to notice the sensation instead of first reacting to it. How does your experience change?


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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Why This Amazing Soccer Player Said No to the Big Leagues

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Why This Amazing Soccer Player Said No to the Big Leagues

 
Charlie Pomroy had moved to Cambodia in 2011 with a desire to help others. As a football (soccer) coach he met an extremely talented, young player, Keo Sophal, and asked him about pursuing a career as a professional athlete. Sophal’s response was surprising, especially coming from a 19 year old. “First I help Cambodia, then I help myself.” Sophal and Pomroy have found a way to achieve their dreams together. They founded Next Step in 2014, based in Siam Reap, the fifth largest city in Cambodia. From the outside the company seems like a simple sports program serving underprivileged youth. It is, however, much more than that. Pomroy and Sophal view football as a way to bring communities together and improve the lives of the children they serve. Sophal believes “Team spirit is the most important thing in football.” The hope is that giving these youth a purpose and a sense of belonging will boost everyone up, improving the lives of the people of Siam Reap, then perhaps all of Cambodia. Then, who knows? Maybe the world….

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Alabama's Four-Year-Old Superhero

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Alabama's Four-Year-Old Superhero

There never was any heart truly great and generous, that was not also tender and compassionate.

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Alabama's Four-Year-Old Superhero

"Terance Perine, Austins father, said his son decided to help the homeless on a weekly basis after watching a show on Animal Planet in which a panda left her cubs alone. "And I said, 'Well, I guess it's going to be homeless for a while,'" Perine told local station WPMI. "And he said, 'Are people homeless?' and I said, 'Yeah, some of them.' And he asked me to take him to see a homeless person." Father and son then bought food for some homeless people, and Austin enjoyed it so much that he made it a regular thing, spending his weekly allowance on food for people on the street." { read more }

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Take time to help ease someone's load today. For more inspiration, follow young Austin's work here. { more }


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