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  1. You really saved my skin with this inortmafion. Thanks!

  2. Hello Dr. Buczynski,
    This sounds like a great program- I would love to hear more about it and be kept in the loop for when it runs again.
    Sincerely,
    Francine Silver, Ph.D.

  3. I wish success to all of group and to people aimed! This is great!
    Modern science is able to identify any kind of system and reveal his Eigen values and Eigen vectors. Applying appropriate action – acoustic or electromagnetic let say, one can destroy or heal the system identified.

  4. Offering Executive and Leadership coaching may be an interest opportunity. I have not explored that possibility, even though I do a lost of coaching via phone. I could definitely see the value in it. I’d like to learn more about the course and how it would glued those of us who are not very technical!
    My concerns are fist and foremost, my lack of technical skills, secondly receptivity of clients and finally, the ethics of an online practice…how to guard the client’s privacy, etc. are these thing addressed in the program?
    Mary Beth

  5. i am a Yoga teacher in a small settlement in New Zealand surrounded by other scattered small settlements. Many of my students would love an on line class, as travelling to weekly classes doen’t always suit, but they are committed to a regular practice and hate missing sessions. I can see the potentual for on -line weekly classes, and for developimg more specialist courses on various Yoga topics.
    My fear of failure with computers and technology holds me back. I don’t have anyone to guide me through the processes and find the on line “help ” features on my computer very unhelpful.
    From an inspired techno phobe with regards Jenny

  6. It sounds exciting where you are all going in your career. Currently I am up to my ears in change with Behavioral Health and like some others don’t have time to focus on the classes. Maybe next time.

  7. It sounds very exiting and exhilarating. I wish you all those who are participating and Ruth & her staff, wish all the best. At present I am involved in something so I wouldn’t have been able to give my 100% but next time around I might take up on this programm.

  8. What wonderful comments and this joint effort of support and growth is to be honoured.
    Judith your energy is palpable. Thanks

  9. yes, after living in California for some time, I moved to Mexico and started a practice. Lots of challenges and uncertainty. Languages and culture were just the tip of the ice berg. It has only been a couple of years now and slow going but I love what I do. Maybe some day I can take your course. It is just what I need. all the best.

  10. Change and starting new things is usually scary. Nonetheless it is great when you find out you can really do more and better things. Our resources are the, waiting got us to take the first step and achieve our next goal

  11. Of course it is frightening to shine our light out ever brighter.
    By shining out your own lights you are inspiring more of us to do the same.
    Look out world–a new and brighter age is dawning.
    Judith Friedman, MSW

    • Heck yeah babey-e keep them coming!

    • I couldn’t agree more about gecratriis. I miss sitting with some of the elderly individuals I used to help and they would tell me stories for hours about the things that they witness when they were younger, and the lives that they lived up to the point that they needed care. I have always felt that the elderly know how to live their lives better than anyone, and they for sure never take it for granted! Sometimes the people taking care of them are not good people though, and it always breaks my heart to see someone talking badly to an elderly man or woman.I like how you made a switch from little tiny babies that have no real experience with life, to elderly men and women who have lived life to its fullest and still have more life to share with others. Such opposites!