10 Tips for Letting Your Soul Make Your Decisions
with Lissa Rankin, MD & Rachel Naomi Remen, MD
JOIN LISSA RANKIN, MD & RACHEL NAOMI REMEN, MD FOR A FREE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Time: 1:00–2:30 p.m. PT
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We are living in an exciting time in the history of our species and our planet. Never before has it been so important that we know how to make decisions that are aligned with the wisest, most trustworthy, most enlightened part of us. Yet too many people are letting fear make their choices. Just look at our culture! You turn on the news and it’s one fear-based headline after another. We’re surrounded by messages that say we need to be afraid of all the dangers that might befall us. So it’s no wonder that most people make decisions based on what they think will keep them safe. But what if there’s a whole other way to make decisions that will guide you to your ultimate safety? What if the golden ticket to making choices that align you with your life purpose, your soul community, better health, financial abundance, romance, and a sense of meaning and deep fulfillment in your life is right inside of you already, just waiting for you to let it guide you?
In this free virtual workshop, Lissa and Rachel will be discussing:
- When to take a leap of faith and when to wait
- How to tune in and recognize when your intuition is trying to steer you in the right direction
- How to identify the “Cosmic Yes” and the “Cosmic No”
- How to use your discernment to make decisions that protect you and your loved ones
- How to turn feelings of helplessness into true empowerment
- How to tell the difference between “true fear” and “false fear”
- How to get off the fence on a decision when you’re feeling stuck
We hope you’ll take us up on the invitation to join us. We look forward to communing with you . . .
Lissa and Rachel
Lissa Rankin, MD, New York Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine and The Fear Cure, is a physician, speaker, founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute, and spiritual seeker. Passionate about what makes people optimally healthy and what predisposes them to illness, she is on a mission to merge science and spirituality in a way that not only facilitates the health of the individual; it also heals the collective. As she became aware of how fear dominates modern culture and how such fear predisposes us not only to unhappiness but to disease, she began researching ways to befriend fear so we can let it heal and liberate us, opening us up to greater compassion, not just for others, but for ourselves. Lissa has starred in two PBS specials and also leads spirituality workshops, both online, as well as at retreat centers like Esalen, Kripalu, and Omega. When doing what she can to sprinkle pixie dust on a fear-based culture, Lissa loves to hike, ski, and dance. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her daughter. Read her blog and learn more at LissaRankin.com.
Rachel Naomi Remen, MD is Clinical Professor of Family and Community Medicine at UCSF School of Medicine and the Founder and Director of the Institute for the Study of Health and Illness at Commonweal. She is one of the pioneers of Relationship Centered Care and Integrative Medicine. US News and World Report Best Graduate Schools has called The Healer’s Art, her groundbreaking curriculum for medical students “A profoundly innovative curriculum on reintegrating the heart and soul into contemporary medicine and restoring medicine to its integrity as a calling and a work of healing.” The Healer’s Art is now taught yearly in more than half of American medical schools and in medical schools in seven countries abroad. Dr. Remen has been awarded three honorary degrees in recognition of her contribution to medical education and has been the invited speaker at more than two dozen medical school graduations.
Dr. Remen is a co-founder and medical director of the Commonweal Cancer Help Program, one of the first support groups for cancer patients in America, featured in the groundbreaking 1993 Bill Moyer’s PBS series Healing and the Mind. Through her television appearances and lectures, she has reminded many thousands of people of their power to grow beyond their current challenges and heal themselves.
The Institute for the Study of Health and Illness (ISHI), founded and directed by Dr. Remen, has award-winning post graduate education programs for health professionals that have enabled many thousands of doctors, nurses, psychologists and social workers nationwide to remember their common calling and reintegrate their deepest service values into their daily work.
Dr. Remen’s New York Times bestselling books, Kitchen Table Wisdom and My Grandfather’s Blessings have sold more than a million copies and been translated into 22 languages. Dr. Remen has a 60-year personal history of Crohn’s disease and her teaching and writing is a unique synthesis of the wisdom and courage of physician and patient.
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