Study shows 31 prescription drugs (mostly psychiatric) associated with reports of violence towards others

This is an old post that still contains critically important information.  I thought it was a good time to repost this article from a couple of years ago. This is a discussion no one seems to want to have. What happens when a small percentage of the MULTI MILLIONS of people on one of these... Continue Reading →

Meditation: simple, subtle

Do not make meditation a complicated affair; it is really very simple and because it is simple it is very subtle. Its subtlety will escape the mind if the mind approaches it with all kinds of fanciful and romantic ideas. Meditation, really, is a penetration into the unknown, and so the known, the memory, the... Continue Reading →

Yoga for your health and wellbeing, helps with your heart and anxiety and depression

Many of us who have withdrawn from benzodiazepines and SSRI antidepressants, both, have heart palpitations and other heart symptoms quite often as an iatrogenic injury. I've noticed that for my PTSD and psychiatric drug withdrawal induced tachycardia that yoga really does help minimize its horrors. It's not a cure all but it sure as heck helps one get through when things are rough as well as perhaps creating a foundation for long-term healing....I'm sharing this here today because I'm quite sure many with psychiatric drug withdrawal syndromes might be helped too. Below the excerpted article are a few postures that help my heart calm....

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