My next guest on THE ENRICHMENT HOUR is PETER MATTHIES, founder of THE CONSCIOUS BUSINESS INSTITUTE, based in Santa Barbara, California. “We need a completely new way of doing business,” says Peter, “Our current model is about accumulation – a way that is not sustainable anymore.”The website for the Conscious Business Institute, based in Santa Barbara, California, is: www.ConsciousBusinessInstitute.com.
My next guest on “THE ENRICHMENT HOUR” is my friend DEVIN D. THORPE, journalist, author and speaker. Devin, based in Salt Lake City, calls himself a champion of social good. He travels extensively as a volunteer doing service, as a journalist finding heroes and as a speaker sharing what he’s learned. As a Forbes Contributor he covers social entrepreneurship and impact investing, reaching an audience of over 1 million people.
I believe that through deep and honest dialogue and communication between cultures, races, genders, religions and ideas, mutual understanding and the discovery of our common humanity and aspirations can and will be found. This is a dialogue that cannot be realized only through the intellect, but even more important through the feelings of the Heart.
Dr. Shuvendu Sen, M.D., and his book, "Why Buddha Never Had Alzheimer's: A Holistic Approach through Meditation, Yoga & the Arts" is the MISSING LINK that connects Western with Eastern Medicine. He is the integrative bridge-builder who we sorely need to unify medicine today!
Oprah's celebrity is not why I support her possible candidacy, What I DO support is her unifying spirit; her understanding of our history and great documents; her ability to achieve dialogue; and that her approach includes the Feminine Principle (empathy & compassion).
@ezraklein For a fresh perspective on Alzheimer treatment that combines Western AND Eastern & holistic, Dr. Shuvendu Sen, M.D.'s new book, "WHY BUDDHA NEVER HAD ALZHEIMER'S: A Holistic Approach through Meditation, Yoga & the Arts" provides vital info. Mike Schwager (954-423-4414)
@FareedZakaria For an INTEGRATED look at Alzheimer treatment combining Western AND Eastern & holistic, Dr. Shuvendu Sen, M.D.'s new book, "WHY BUDDHA NEVER HAD ALZHEIMER'S: A Holistic Approach through Meditation, Yoga & the Arts" has amazing info. Mike Schwager (954-423-4414)
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