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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...

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Omega: Can you talk about your experience with Lyme disease and describe how you used mindfulness to help you heal?

Sister D: I owe deep gratitude to...

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Omega: Your work has been sponsored by the American Cancer Society, the Mayo Clinic, Health Canada, and numerous universities. What’s been the most surprising finding or most successful qigong treatment you discovered when...

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Omega: You are the founder and director of the Hard & the Soft Yoga Institute. What is the significance of that name?

Beryl: The name comes from a Zen proverb, "Only when you can be extremely...

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Omega: You are a former neurofeedback researcher with a degree in English and philosophy. How did you first find yoga?

Beryl: I moved to Los Angeles from New York in 1970 because I wanted to move "to...

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Omega: What's going on in the body when we start to feel anxious?

Judson: Why don’t you tell me? What goes on in your body when you start to feel anxious?

Omega:...