by Kelly A. Turner, PhD
During the past few decades there have been thousands of reported cases in which cancer has simply disappeared. Or is it that simple? Turner, one of the world’s foremost researchers on the topic, decided to find out.
by Kristin Neff, PhD and Cassandra Vieten, PhD
Although the Western drumbeat has been to improve your life by focusing on self-esteem, Neff asserts that in many ways, self-compassion does a much better job—not only for you but for those around you.
by Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, Cassandra Vieten, PhD, and Kathleen Erickson-Freeman
Stigmas around aging have been slowly dissolving as more and more people are living longer and more productive lives. The IONS research team takes this development a notch higher by presenting eight proven ways to enhance consciousness in our later years.
by Joyce Whiteley Hawkes, PhD
Neurogenesis—the production of new brain cells—is a key component to fighting stress and maintaining one’s natural resonance. Three activities that stimulate neurogenesis include exercise, meditation, and…playing video games!