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And the learning begins

We have been here for a month and a half and I marvel at how an incredible influence our environment has on our senses and our relationships.  And not so surprisingly, these influences are clearly influencing my kids’ abilities to learn and our health. HSPs are clearly in need of types of stimulations that are … Continue reading

Alert Program – How Does Your Engine Run?® Therapy Works Inc.

When teachers, therapists, or parents use these simple words to begin the Alert Program®, they enter an exciting adventure with children. The journey unfolds easily with the Alert Program®’s clearly defined steps for teaching self-regulation awareness. The book, How Does Your Engine Run?® A Leader’s Guide to the Alert Program® for Self-Regulation (Williams & Shellenberger, … Continue reading

Mindful Monday: Just Listen – Beyond Blue

posted by Beyond Blue | 6:56am Monday October 10, 2011 tear.jpegDr. Remen, who spends her life comforting sick people, wrote this in her chapter “Just Listen” (part of “Kitchen Table Wisdom”): One of my patients told me that when she tried to tell her story people often interrupted to tell her that they once had … Continue reading

Noise Control

Noise Control Labels: philosophy, psychology Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook My brain is all over the place lately. Mitch Joel posted an interesting blog entry on Removing the Noise which struck a big chord with me. I feel like there is a lot of “noise” in my life right now, as a martial artist … Continue reading

Julian Treasure: Shh! Sound health in 8 steps

Aristotle – sensorial philosophy

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