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26 Apr Earthing

Last weekend someone sent me a short video about “earthing”, or “grounding”. The idea is, like electrical appliances, our bodies need to be grounded to avoid holding onto concentrations of electricity that cause shocks, and inflammation in our bodies. We certainly conduct energy. Anyone who has every rubbed their feet on a carpet in order to build up a...

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17 Apr Don’t Stress about S%#t You Can’t Control*

- h/t title by Ted G. I work a little bit too much, so when my daughter told me that I was taking her and her friends to Busch Gardens amusement park on Good Friday I didn't say no right away. Busch Gardens is about 3.5 hours away from where we live, so I suggested that we go to a...

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13 Apr Crooked

Cathryn J Ramin's heavily researched look at the back pain industry, "Crooked: Outwitting the Back Pain Industry and Getting On the Road to Recovery", is painfully satisfying to read - especially for people who have struggled with back pain and the surgeons, pushers, and needle jockeys that profit from it. Ramin's book is framed by her personal journey to...

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12 Apr Minding the Miracles

"All The Rage" focuses on Dr. Sarno, but it's also about much broader themes related to how ideas move through the world. We think through the lens and language of our culture; there's no escaping it. Often times we are completely unaware of how deeply our culture shapes our sense of right and wrong, as well as accepted/acceptable...

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02 Mar Everybody Loves Data

post by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley Throughout our lives, we interact with the world through the stories that we tell ourselves - about ourselves and others. If we think of ourselves as rationalists who place value in data, we might view artists as dreamers who get lost in metaphor and story, and lose sight of the power of data to...

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