A Medicinal Mind
Our Week in Review # 2

We have had so much happen over the last 7 days.
Here's a quick look at what we've been up to over the past week!

We hope you can stay engaged by listening in on our weekly podcast,
following our blog, and sharing in our creative space of poetic expression. 

May you be happy, healthy, and at peace

Our Words For the Week

If the sight of the blue skies fills you with joy, if a blade of grass springing up in the fields has power to move you, if the simple things in nature have a message you understand, rejoice, for your soul is alive.
A Little Love for May

Although we were a few days late, we released our monthly meditation: 
A Little Love for May this past Saturday.
The practice, a guided loving-kindness meditation, offers you the opportunity to extend compassion to others and, most importantly,
to offer good will and love to yourself.
Enjoy and download the meditation with the link above
to expand your personal practice!

Our Podcast
A Medicinal Mind: Wisdom & Well Being

In Episode #004 we explored the current state of the scientific, research community with world renowned neuroscientist and obesity researcher Stephan Guyenet PhD. What are the biggest problems facing the biomedical research community? Can they be fixed? 

Visit our Podcast Page to listen to this and past episodes. 

Subscribe in I-Tunes to stay up with the latest episode every Wednesday!

Our Blog
Spiritual Spaces & 
Flourishing Faces

On Monday, we explored the importance and the power of word choice as we asked the question:  Do We Really Need "Good" and "Bad" in Our Vocabulary?

A Poet's Playground

On Thursday we shared our most recent reflection: "Poems Have No Birth." Perhaps there is something ineffable and timeless about unspoken language? Enjoy!

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