Author Archive for: Dr. Henry Grayson
Dr. Henry Grayson
Dr. Grayson is a psychologist and psychoanalyst and the founder and chairman emeritus of the Board of Trustees of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies in New York; the founder and director of the Institute for Spirituality, Science and Psychotherapy; and appeared in numerous documentaries and PBS specials.
He has studied neuropsychology, the major psychotherapies, the new power therapies, quantum physics and Eastern and Western spiritual philosophies. He is the author of Mindful Loving and the best selling CD Audio Series for Sounds True, The New Physics of Love.
He is the co-chairman of the PTSD division of the Stand Up For Your Troops Foundation.
Entries by Dr. Henry Grayson
Have you ever wondered what keeps you from doing what you know to do to keep healthy and happy? Why don’t we exercise regularly when we say we will? Why don’t we eat an abundance of vegetables and fruits, even though the evidence shows it helps us tremendously? Why don’t we meditate, when we know it would reduce stress, strengthen our immune systems, increase our intelligence and efficiency, and even slow down aging? In fact, only 5% of those who study meditation actually continue to practice it regularly! One day I asked a doctor friend who works with heart patients,… Read more.
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