All The Rage, like Dr. Sarno, and the work of Dr Sarno, is a precious gift that should be shown…on screens world wide.

TIM SIKA,

KGO RADIO, President, San Francisco Film Critics Circle

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One of the first questions I am asked at most screenings of All the Rage is, “How’s your back?” or “Are you better?” My answer is that I’m doing great, but I’m also human. Things crop up, and the more work I do, the more equipped I am to deal with the issues that arise. I have hit the floor......

This weekend I started to think about the Wizard- the one behind the curtain in “The Wizard of Oz”. I began to make the connection between the story of the film and the story of how our emotions shape our relationship to the world, including our sense of our own health. I found a few clips from the film on-line......

I’m on day 13 of an Oprah and Deepak 21 day meditation program. It’s actually day 17, but I have been traveling, making it difficult to find the time to meditate, so I’ve missed the last few days. These 21-day programs are designed to guide the participant to go deeper into esoteric concepts through a carefully structured program, and the......

Last night I was driving home from dinner when I heard a discussion with Nathaniel Rich, author of a full NY Times Magazine devoted to looking at the science of Climate Change. The discussion was devastating to listen to because it painted a picture of a dire situation that was close to being solved 30 years ago. A couple of......

About a year ago Vox ran an article on all of the science about Back Pain treatments, and it failed to mention Dr Sarno. This was a particularly egregious omission because the article was largely based on a book by Cathryn Ramin called “Crooked: Outwitting the Back Pain Industry and Getting on the Road to Recovery” which had a full......

When I run I often compose posts like this in my head. This morning, when I went for a run, I was thinking about some of the hidden ways in which a myriad of systems and connections shape our social sphere and further; how my own decisions, regarding how I choose to interact with these systems, affect my life. I......

MALLS ACROSS AMERICA

Throughout the 1980s, as America’s downtown districts declined in importance and the “big-box” stores began their slow march across the country, malls became increasing central to American popular culture, dominating the social life of a large swath of the population. In 1989 Michael Galinsky, a twenty-year-old photographer, drove across the country recording this change: the spaces, textures and pace that defined this era.