Interview | Omega
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Omega: Why are rituals important to relationships?

Stan: Rituals bring families together and make us feel connected and safe. Taking your shoes off before going into the house, having a family dinner...

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Omega: What does it mean to you to be a spiritual elder today?

Joan: To be a spiritual elder means to hold a place of hope and perspective. It means to be able to remind people that there is something...

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Omega: What role does pleasure play in embracing our sexuality?

Cyndi: Pleasure comes from a variety of sources, not just sexual. There are rituals of pleasure that you can transfer to anything—from...

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Omega: How do you define bias? Do we all have it?

Rhonda: Bias is simply the tendency to have preferences, preconceptions, or prejudices. It's something that operates in degrees, but it's a tendency...

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Omega: Why would a therapist want to include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in their toolbox?

Laurel: First of all, this is an evidence-based therapy with decades of research...

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Omega: What advice do you have for leaders who are trying to figure out how to lead from a place of authenticity?

Gloria: It's a lifelong learning process. We shouldn't beat ourselves up for not...

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Omega: How can attachment theory, which is about how we relate to our primary caregivers as a child, help us understand our adult relationships?

Stan: Our attachment styles get hard-...

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Omega: How do you think about the various stages or phases of life? 

Joan: I look at the life cycle as having four seasons, and each season corresponds to a quadrant on the medicine wheel. The first...