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Tag Archives | Larry Berkelhammer

Video: You Are What You Practice

We are all masters of practice in that we are practicing something in every moment. We commonly practice unhealthy behaviors and behaviors that are not aligned with our personal life values. If we go around all day being self-critical, we will have a very negative self-image. If we practice behaviors that make us feel good […]

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Video: Meaning and Purpose to Your Life

The terms meaning and purpose often appear together, and I would frame their relationship this way: when we act with purpose, we take actions that are important enough to lend meaning to our lives. Meaningful actions are always in accord with our personal life values, whether we value accomplishment, wellbeing, comfort and safety, healthy relationships, […]

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Video: “Fighting Cancer: A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment”

Psychophysiologist Erik Peper, PhD, discusses the book he co-authored with cancer researcher Robert Gorter, MD. He describes a novel, promising, nontoxic treatment for cancer, the results of which, have been quite exciting. In line with the actual pathophysiological process of all disease, these authors view cancer as a failure of the immune system. This is […]

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Video: What is Mindfulness? (part seven of series)

This very brief conversation is about having a formal sitting practice versus having mindfulness as a way of life. Krishnamurti was opposed to having a formal sitting practice because he wanted people to live mindfully throughout the day as a way of life; he believed that too many people viewed mindfulness as an isolated formal […]

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Video: Freedom From Oppression of the Mind (part six of series)

This discussion is about the importance of mindfulness practice to help us disengage or defuse from unhealthy thoughts such as a belief that we’re going to have a bad day, which otherwise becomes a self-fulfilling prophesy. It’s important to learn how to acknowledge that thoughts are nothing but transient, insubstantial mental phenomena, which otherwise dictate […]

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Video: Healthy Distraction (part three of series)

This video recommends the healthy use of distraction to improve mood, take our mind off pain or malaise, and to even improve physiological functioning. Although orthogonal to mindfulness practice, it is an effective, quick, easy, and pleasant self-treatment whenever we’re not feeling well. The next time you’re not feeling well, put on some music that […]

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Video: Living Courageously with Debilitating Illness

This video is the introduction to a second series of interviews with Huntington’s Disease patient Chris Furbee. The first series was shot a year earlier. His story is inspirational because of his courageous approach to living with one of the most awful diseases in existence. Chris discusses how he got diagnosed at UCSF and talks […]

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Video: “Fighting Cancer: A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment”

Psychophysiologist Erik Peper, PhD, discusses the book he co-authored with cancer researcher Robert Gorter, MD. He describes a novel, promising, nontoxic treatment for cancer, the results of which, have been quite exciting. In line with the actual pathophysiological process of all disease, these authors view cancer as a failure of the immune system. This is […]

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Video: “Fighting Cancer: A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment”

Psychophysiologist Erik Peper, PhD, discusses the book he co-authored with cancer researcher Robert Gorter, MD. He describes a novel, promising, nontoxic treatment for cancer, the results of which, have been quite exciting. In line with the actual pathophysiological process of all disease, these authors view cancer as a failure of the immune system. This is […]

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Radio Interview: The Bridge to Health

Dr. Berkelhammer was a special guest on “The Bridge to Health” with Bonnie Groessl, Nurse Practitioner, Holistic Coach and Author. Bonnie is recognized as an expert in helping people make changes to achieve their goals. Her emphasis is on providing an integrative, holistic approach to people with chronic emotional and physical pain.

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