People are drawn to Omega for a variety of reasons. Some come to Omega to follow their passion, further their education, pursue professional training in a particular field, or learn new skills for personal development. Others take the journey to deepen their practice, strengthen their commitment to health and wellness, or simply to relax, have fun, or reduce stress in their lives. Here are 10 recommendations from Omega to reduce stress in your life—wherever you are.
Cancer survivor Scott Burton endured a radical bone transplant, seven months of chemotherapy, eight more surgeries, and numerous medical and emotional struggles before he was on the road to recovery. But through all the difficulty and challenges, he learned some priceless lessons too.
Geneen Roth says there is a much better way to spend your time than strict dieting: Live the life you have. Love the body you've got.
Peter Wayne, author of The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi, created Hand Tai Chi to help people relieve the pain of arthritis and repetitive-stress injury. The added benefit? With practice, you’ll also experience the core principles of tai chi.
Xavier Amador, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and professor at Teachers College Columbia University in New York City. He is founder and director of the LEAP™ Institute and is frequently consulted by national media during times of tragedy.
Brett Bevell shares Reiki psalms that can help you develop a deeper sense of communion with the divine.
Each year, a growing number of cancer patients seek an approach to medicine and health care that is more comprehensive, more holistic and integrative, and more compassionate and sensitive to their needs as a whole person. In this article, Jeremy Geffen—author of the highly acclaimed The Journey Through Cancer: Healing and Transforming the Whole Person and creator of the leading-edge integrative medicine and oncology program, The Seven Levels of Healing®—offers an insightful look toward the future of multidimensional approaches to cancer care.
Ever wonder about mind over matter when it comes to healing the body? As human beings, we can change our thoughts to change the physical structure of our mind and body. Mastering this skill is what allows us to rewire our brains, heal our bodies, and change our lives. Joe Dispenza, author of Evolve Your Brain, explains the science behind the miracle.
Mark Epstein reveals why the standard therapeutic approach of going more deeply into your problems can lead to a kind of sober honesty and humility, while adding a mindfulness practice will help you connect to your spirit, move away from your problems, and understand your authentic self—all necessary for healing and recovery.