MIND - depression, no energy, foggy/heavy head, can`t think clearly, can`t focus, no compassion, worry, fear, anxiety BODY - difficulty breathing, shoulder/neck pain, headaches, blurry eyes, stomach aches, indigestion, can`t sleep There are ways to transcend your suffering.
Re-imagining death; facing your fears and death to live fully and happily; moving beyond emotional fatigue and energizing your body. Transformational workshop with Joseph Britton, July 29th, 1:00-3:00pm; Unity of Portland, 4525 Stark St, Portland, Or Fee: $20
“Joseph spoke to our nursing students at Linfield College for our annual Professional Development night - an evening dedicated to promoting professional engagement and development in nursing. An important piece of becoming a nurse is staying centered and honest with yourself, as well as constantly checking in with your own mental health as we work with ill and dying populations. Joseph gave a great presentation around being with and transforming suffering, and how the nursing community can be...
Our Influence. As John Wheeler, Physicist at Princeton University, and the one who coined the term "black hole" once said, "We live in a Participatory Universe where our minds are somehow deeply connected with the very fabric of space and time.
I offered a few thoughts about the importance of shared values and beliefs at our first LinkedIn Local PDX meeting e.g. developo genuine relationships, respect one another, be a true role model, work collectively, no judgement and embrace diversity.