Saturday, May 24, 2008

A Peaceful Warrior's Way to Wellness

Today, there is a flood of information and misinformation about health in popular books and magazines. Modern medicine breaks new ground even as holistic professionals rediscover ancient wisdom. What remains is for us to integrate this information into our own lives and turn what we know into what we do.

This weekend Jenny and I had the fortune to hear “The Peaceful Warrior's Way” presented by Dan Millman in Sun Valley, Idaho. He brings a refreshing balance to the arena of wellness that embraces east and west, science and mysticism, faith and reason.

His topics included:
• keys to health and vitality
• overcoming stress and tension
• healing power of the subconscious
• turning knowledge to action

Dan offers sensible reminders and realistic strategies for sustainable wellness; living at the peak of our genetic potential for physical, emotional and spiritual health -- living with a peaceful heart and warrior spirit.

By way of background, Dan Millman is a former world-champion athlete, university coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor. His 14 books have inspired millions of readers in 29 languages. The peaceful warrior's way evolved from the world of sport to worldwide research and guidance by brilliant mentors to his calling as author and teacher. Dan shares perspectives, principles and practices easily integrated into everyday life, reminding us about "what we all know at deeper levels but tend to forget." His keynotes and seminars have influenced leaders in the fields of health, psychology, education, business, sports, and the arts. Dan's first book, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, was written in 1980 and recently adapted to a major motion picture starring Nick Nolte. Learn more at

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