Communication: Bridging Integrity and Flexibility

In a past post, I talked about the importance of maintaining integrity through change. Integrity is keeping thought, word, and action consistent with one’s core values. […]

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The Biomimicry of Vipassana

Recently I participated in a ten-day Vipassana Meditation Training in the California desert. It had been on my bucket list for over a decade, so I […]

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On Authenticity

I’ve been pondering for a while now what authenticity means. We advocate for the true self, which is the authentic, “real” person underneath social conditioning […]

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Mindfulness, Values, and Behavior Change

As AZENTIVE embarks on a quest to share Authentic Sun, a full spectrum plasma lighting technology, with North American customers, we are very mindful of […]

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Aging, Regrets, and Behavior Change

After my advisor died suddenly during my hospice volunteer training one summer, I came to a profound realization: death is a definitive transition point. You […]

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Transitions: Why We Change Jobs

Research from Gallup suggests that doing what we do best is essential to a good fit in an organization. It’s one of five factors; the others […]

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Operationalizing Science: A Wider Audience

Building on my post about how to reinvent academia, I want to focus a bit on the constraints that make scientific research limited in its […]

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Plant-Based Food: A Doctor’s Personal Journey

I have been a meat eater for more than sixty years. Despite my forty-year career in medicine, I was rarely exposed to plant-based medicine as a […]

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Meat and Climate Change

I’ve been writing about the harmful effects of animal agriculture on climate change for some time now. Research from 2009 indicates dietary changes can substantially help […]

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Seasons of Life: Book Launch

At Alchemus Prime, we value nature greatly. We are fused with nature as one: we are nature, nature is us. We consider Nature (note the […]

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