Congressman Ryan Discusses Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius – Politics Informer Video

June 3, 2009

7 Responses to “Congressman Ryan Discusses Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius – Politics Informer Video”

  1. Toscabella says:

    Thank you, Rep. Ryan! You are so on target!

  2. anapanasati1970 says:

    MEDITATION RESOURCES:

    Yoga Nine Vipassana” is a Facebook page that offers free resources for meditation, including articles, quotes, recent research, excerpts from well-known teachers, etc. Please come and check it out.

    Look up “Yoga Nine Vipassana” on Facebook.

  3. TheJbw257 says:

    I think Rep. Ryan is sooo on-target! I wonder if he realizes how revolutionary this seems to the regular medical establishment? We will all benefit if his trail-blazing works!! bravo! please continue with your brilliance!!

  4. vmorar says:

    Excellent, I teach mindfulness meditation and practice daily and have seen the benefits in patients.

  5. fessway says:

    Thank you, Rep. Tim Ryan, for supporting behavioral science research. I just saw your picture & a nice quote in this month’s APS Observer.

  6. denalidragonfly says:

    Mindfulness Meditation somewhat helped me manage symptoms during my 3 yrs. of disability, but it did not heal me. Daily FasterEFT practice healed and released my symptoms by addressing the past traumas that caused the symptoms. Drugs & PT only treat symptoms and fail to address the cause of the stress which creates the illness. FasterEFT is highly effective and includes many of the alternative modalities, yet it’s simple to learn & practice. Thanks for your efforts. Peace, Grace

  7. HypnosisFederation says:

    As President of the International Hypnosis Federation I am privy to hundreds of studies showing that mindfulness, guided imagery, NLP, meditation and other such hypnosis techniques are easy to use and get profound resultswith no drugs. Even when used with drugs fewer are required. Bravo Congressman Ryan. YOU get it! Keep up the great work, Shelley Stockwell-Nicholas, PhD

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