Coaching to Organize Your Mind

Read Time: 4 minutes A core tenet of osteopathic medicine is that structure and function are reciprocally interrelated.

Nowhere is this more critical than the innerworkings and organization of our mind.

Consider for a moment a messy closet – I’d venture that most of us have had one at one time or another in our life – and let’s explore some ways we might go about managing it. One option is to simply ignore it – keep that door shut, perhaps locked, open it only briefly to toss in items that are cluttering the house while standing ready to catch any objects that threaten to burst out, shoving them all back in and leaning our weight into the door to close it once again...

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Coaching for Rational Treatment

Read Time: 2 minutes The fourth osteopathic tenet is a reflection of the first three: rational treatment is based upon an understanding of the basic principles of body unity, self-regulation and the interrelationship of structure and function.

Each one a journey into itself, what does it mean to bring them all together? Focusing on one can seem daunting, how on earth would you manage all three, all at once? The great news is that the work actually gets easier when you step back and view them all at once, in concert, directed by your awareness and amazing power within...

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Coaching to Find the Power Within

Read Time: 3 minutes A core tenet of osteopathic medicine is that the body is capable of self-regulation, self-healing and health maintenance.

The grand design of the human system defaults to health. Consider all that unfolds to transition from embryo to newborn and the amazing capacity of our being to function from breath to breath, heartbeat to heartbeat. There are intricate happenings at the most micro levels keeping us alive in and between each moment...

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Coaching to Unify Body, Mind, Spirit

Read Time: 2 minutes A core tenet of osteopathic medicine is the body is a unit; the person is a unit of body, mind and spirit.

It can be tempting to see these as separate portions of a whole, addressing them in piece or part in an effort to support our overall well-being...

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