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After the Firestorm

We would like to thank everyone who reached out to us during the recent Woolsey wildfire crisis in Agoura Hills. Your words of concern, prayers, and inspiration, as well as offers of assistance were invaluable to us during such a frightening and difficult time.

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Acting & Illness: The Synchronicity of Health and Healing

Not only is this story an incredible example of how synchronicities can line up in our favor, but quite possibly a testament to how the mind affects the health of the body.

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Meditation Minute: Friedrich Schiller

There is no such thing as chance, and what seems to us a mere accident springs to us from the deepest source of destiny.

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Belated Blessing

In a world that’s created by consciousness, I believe everything has a reason for being or occurring, even if we’re never made aware of its purpose.

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The Versatile Healing Power of Taurine

Taurine: For Cardiovascular Health and Anxiety Relief

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Seasons & Symptoms

How your season of birth provides important health information.

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Meditation Minute with George Santayana

Meditation Minute May
“To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.” — George Santayana, Poet


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How to Have Hard Conversations—Without Conflict

Disagreements are an inevitable part of life—common among lovers, friends, strangers, coworkers, Twitter followers—and not inherently bad.

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Couples Transformational Intensive (CT!)

Did you know Dr. Sadeghi also holds a Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology and regularly counsels couples who are seeking a deeper connection? The Couples Transformational Intensive (CT!) is a series of nine workshops designed exclusively for couples to help them ….

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Prozedge: Fine Tune Your Mental Focus

We all have busy schedules and often find ourselves pulled in multiple directions with the obligations of work and family. As our attention gets fragmented and stress rises, we lose our edge.

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