Enhanced healing and pain reduction for people who explore sensory grounded signals and follow nature using sentient awareness. This work has an "Ah Ha!" quality to it that can inspire people interested in body healing, and who yearn for ways to access the sacred, but are not given enough time with their patients and loved ones, nor training, to even have a conversation about someone's life process. Each podcast episode explores a different application of sentient awareness skills.
Enjoy an in-depth interview with Tom Richards, co-author of An Alzheimer's Surprise Party, where we demonstrate the profound benefits of applying sentient awareness to Alzheimer's and other dementias. This groundbreaking work proposes that people with Alzheimer's dementia are not merely spiraling down into "mindless pathology", but are human beings in states of altered consciousness, parallel realities, that may be important and meaningful experiences for them, their families, and for society. As a result this research provides hope and meaning for patients, relatives, friends, caregivers, and professionals in the management of Alzheimer's dementias.
In the words of Dr. Arnold Mindell, "I strongly recommend this as an original method of understanding and dealing with people in Alzheimer's and other dementias.
Experience a gentle yet powerful Sentient Bodywork Exercise applicable to any body symptom, and repeatable anytime. . The benefits may include accelerated healing, reduced pain, and prevention of relapse or recurrence of any body symptom. This episode is an exceptional training tool that demonstrates not only for professionals, but also for family members, friends, caregivers, and individuals a new way to care for their bodies, and a deeper understanding of the mysteries of the body's inherent healing process.
Sentient Awareness follows the deeper life process underlying the presenting physical therapy body symptoms. Tapping into this essence level often uncovers an "Ah, Ha!" moment, a parallel path that can significantly enhance present day physical therapy practices and results.