Dr. Trish and Benjamin visit with you from The Ramble in Central Park.
Dr. Trish reminds you to stop, to pause and to breathe.
Cultivating our experience of the present moment is the way to healing all that ails is, health-wise and even otherwise. And it’s the way to clarity about whatever’s going on.
Being here now. That’s what it’s all about.
And it doesn’t mean we don’t take action. Rather, it’s by cultivating our experience of the present moment, from that place of stillness, that we get clarity, for all that might need to do.
Enjoy it. And allow yourself some pause time. Especially this time of the year!
Join Dr. Trish as she chats with her friend Magda, a remarkable 91 year old who’s weathered many challenges in her life, and has wonderful wisdom to share about how she’s navigated it all, and what keeps her going.
This video is another one of Dr. Trish’s impromptu, unscripted visits — this time from the front seat of her car, with Mr. Benjamin in attendance, as usual.
It’s lighthearted and at times downright silly, yet also offers some deep and abiding wisdom from an amazing woman.
Dr. Trish visits with you from her home office on the Upper East side of Manhattan, fresh out of the shower, to muse on one of her favorite subjects: The Power of Presence. Yes, she’s an Eckhart Tolle fan!
And, she’ll offer that it’s from the experience of the present moment, by being here now, that we can be liberated from all of our suffering.
Whatever’s ailing us, health-wise and even otherwise — the key to our cure lies in just being in the moment, with what is.
More on it all in her Friday night video.
And, as always, she loves feedback and dialogue, so please feel free to reach out!
Dr. Trish and Benjamin visit with you from Benjamin’s favorite rock in The Ramble, by the lake in Central Park. Dr. Trish muses on the power of presence, why it’s so potent, and how we can cultivate being here now, easily and effortlessly.
Benjamin is a Golden Retriever, and my super assistant and wise spiritual advisor. He reminds me of the importance of play, of being in the moment, and that there’s an ineffable, unseen world that’s a constant player in the orchestra of our lives. He sired a litter of puppies (his first), this past summer, 2017. Here’s the video of his little ones, all 6 of them, reminding us of the power of play. Enjoy!
In this little (6 minutes) video, I share a bit of my personal story, and how the causes of our anxiety, depression, phobias, addictions and even physical illnesses can have roots in the unhealed wounds of our parents, grandparents and even prior generations.