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Internationally renowned relationship expert, Harville Hendrix, PhD, reveals why loving someone else is the best thing you can do for yourself. Explore more from Harville Hendrix More
Robert Gass and Judith Ansara are cocreators of the Sharing the Path workshop and bring a depth of compassion and insight forged in the living laboratory of their 40-year marriage. Learn more about Robert Gass: http://eomega.org/omega/faculty/viewProfile/cdddfb5e514c1ff95c46c9c113534b5d/ Learn more about Judith Ansara: http://eomega.org/omega/faculty/viewProfile/9415318b2f12188ea2f5707563c04afe/ More
Spiritual life counselor, Iyanla Vanzant reveals that the root of all suffering and craziness comes from the human desire to stay separated from your divine source rather than accepting how deeply connected you are to everyone else. Explore more from Iyanla Vanzant   More
Judith Ansara, MSW, has been a leading innovator and teacher of human consciousness for more than 30 years. In this video, she reveals why the experience of pleasure through playfulness, curiosity, exploration, and delight will bring joy and vitality into your relationship every day. Learn more about Judith Ansara More
Dubbed a “rising star” by Yoga Journal, Sadie Nardini travels across the United States and internationally, leading workshops that New York magazine says are “one of the top 10 ways to change your life.” Explore more from Sadie Nardini More
Oscar Award winning actress and social change activist, Jane Fonda talks to Eve Ensler about the importance of raising young boys to be emotionally literate men at the Women & Power Conference 2007. Explore more from Jane Fonda   More
Arielle Ford reveals how the idea for her best-selling book, The Soulmate Secret, originated when she decided to apply the tools she used to launch her successful business to finding the love of her life.   Explore more with Arielle Ford       More
Internationally known for his work with couples, Harville Hendrix says that couplehood is the place where love is created or not. This loving space provides the attunement and connection necessary to heal each person in the relationship. The world will change only when your internal world, both spiritual and psychological, has been transformed.    More
Internationally renowned relationship expert, Harville Hendrix, PhD, discusses why tension in a relationship is an essential part of the process of change.     Explore more from Harville Hendrix     More
Shivanter Singh is a 3HO certified Kundalini Yoga teacher, as well as an Integrative Nutrition health counselor. In this video, he discusses the sacred connection that comes from choosing your family. Learn more about Shivanter Singh: http://eomega.org/omega/faculty/viewProfile/726772/ More

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Omega Institute Sharing Memories of Place: Creating a New Family Tradition
Creating a New Family Tradition
Land has memory. Just walking along a road you can often see the remaining marks of past land use. Here in the Northeast you can see the patterns of agriculture in stone walls, once boundaries of fields and property, now running through woodlands—an impression of past economy and past society. Recalling with a critical and cataloging eye the landscapes of our youth, as well as the current landscapes we live in, can be a useful tool to assess the natural world and to help ground us in it. More
Omega Institute You Are the Key to Your Relationships: An Interview With Kate Feldman & Joel Feldman
An Interview With Kate Feldman & Joel Feldman
Omega: What do you consider a healthy relationship? Kate and Joel: A healthy relationship includes: mutual respect and care; willingness to listen and learn from one another; ability to empathize and put oneself in the others’ shoes; willingness to be self-introspective and look at one’s own faults; willingness to go within and soften whatever personal barriers one has toward intimacy; loving/being loved; the ability to work through conflict, apologize, make amends, and say “I’m sorry;” humor; and compromise. More
Omega Institute Tools for Parenting Tweens & Teens: An Interview With Barry Michels and Phil Stutz
An Interview With Barry Michels and Phil Stutz
Omega: Can the Tools help you get your tween or teen to do something, like clean up their room or do their homework? More
Working Your Edge: An Interview With Elizabeth Gilbert, Part 2
An Interview With Elizabeth Gilbert, Part 2
Omega: You have a very disciplined approach to your writing, but your meditation practice has ebbed and flowed. What is the growing edge in your spiritual practice?  Elizabeth: I keep trying. I really do. I kind of feel like the smoker who has quit 90 times, but I have optimism that one of these days I'm going to get it. More
Omega Institute How to Embrace Presence in Body & Mind: An Interview With Tara Brach, Part 2
An Interview With Tara Brach, Part 2
Omega: We seem to have an uneasy relationship with the body in Western culture. We are especially averse to pain, discomfort, and aging. How can we learn to be more at home in the body no matter our physical condition? More
Omega Institute What Are Liberating Structures? Creating a Culture of Innovation
Creating a Culture of Innovation
Earlier this year a poll showed 17 percent of employees would prefer watching paint dry to attending another meeting. Eight percent would prefer to get a root canal. Nearly half of respondents said they’d like to do anything other than sitting in your standard business check-in. More
Omega Institute The Power of Unplugging
Why You May Want to Try a "Digital Detox"
If you are interested in being more productive at work, having better relationships, sleeping soundly, and having a slimmer waistline, it might be time to unplug. Research now confirms what many of us suspected—the convenience of our mobile devices comes with an energy-draining price. The good news is we can reclaim our energy by unplugging, whether it be for a few hours before bed, the whole weekend, or longer. More
Omega Institute Parenthood Is a River of Worry & Love By Elizabeth Lesser
If you would like to be broken open—if you want to pursue a Phoenix Process of the highest order—I would recommend raising children. Parenthood is a clumsy yet majestic dance in the flames. When you parent you fall in love with a person who is always changing into someone else, and whom you know will leave you. Yet most parents will say that they have never given themselves to anyone as fully as they have to their children. Parenting is a career with the crazy-making job requirement of simultaneously surrendering to and letting go of someone you love, over and over and over again. More

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