HealthMeans – a division of Health Talks Online – has been set up to provide you “with advice from our vast collection of medical experts in order to help you continue moving down your path of health and wellness.
“Our mission is to bridge the gap between where you are now and where you truly want to be. Our community exists to facilitate your discovery–because you never know when you’ll find that one piece of health advice you’ve truly needed.”
This free event provides on-demand health talks to “help you detox, reset and transform yourself for the new year.
“These experts were hand-selected by the HealthMeans team to give you the information needed to prepare your mind, body and spirit for the healthiest year of your life.
“You’ll gain immediate access to all 20 expert talks, and retain access to them indefinitely, from the likes of Katie Wellness Mama, Dr. Josh Axe, Sayer Ji, Dr. Deanna Minich, Pedram Shojai, Dr. Andrea Nakayama and so many more!
These important health experts cover such topics as:
Getting a silent night of sleep
Top supplements for your wish list
Serving “real food” to your family
Detoxing (especially for your holiday liver!)
Post-party weight loss
Finding more energy (and more peace)
Talking about depression
Planning your (2018) potential
Understanding why YOU matter!
Visit the site to sign up for the free expert presentations:
One of the presenters is Thomas Moore, PhD – on “Detoxing Your Soul.”
Here is a brief bio from HealthMeans:
“Dr. Thomas Moore is the author of the classic bestseller Care of the Soul, a number one New York Times bestseller, and nineteen other books.
“He has been a monk, a musician, a university professor, and, for over thirty years, a psychotherapist practicing archetypal therapy with a spiritual dimension.
“His books appear in over twenty-five languages and he lectures in many parts of the world. For fifteen years he has taught psychiatrists and has worked closely with medical schools, hospices, and hospitals.
“He considers himself a new brand of theologian, drawing from many traditions as well as “secular” literature and arts. He is widely known for his efforts to promote and deepen spirituality and make a more soulful society.”
Another of his books is Ageless Soul: The Lifelong Journey Toward Meaning and Joy.
Here is a brief video with him on the topic of clarity:
Thomas Moore on creativity –
“I would say that the key is to be loyal to the voice that speaks to you.
“Yeats said that we have two selves: the one self, and then an antithetical self that moves against what we want – that’s the one that inspires ideas and form.
“The first thing people have to give up is the ego stuff. I run into artists and musicians so eager for success that they can’t hear the muse. You’re got to get yourself in a situation where you can listen, and then move…
“Composing is what I really work at … it’s what I do with my life.
“There is a relationship between music and writing where the form is very important. Working with form is essential to creating.”
From An interview with Thomas Moore: The Initiated Life, by Reid Baer.
Two of his related titles:
Thomas Moore on Creativity audiobook.
Thomas Moore on Writing audiobook.