September 23, 2017 Healthy Living 6 Comments BIG Admin Healthy Living with Chef AJ – Guest Suzanne Smith Suzanne Smith is a Family Nurse Practitioner at UCLA where she is involved in Mind-Brain-Body research and co-facilitates MBSR for a research study. source Tagged: meditate , meditating , meditation , mindfulness Related Articles Healthy Cooking with Lékué Cookware at Great News! KUSI News | Healthy Living Posted On September 6, 2017 ~ 0 Comments Looking for simple, healthy recipes for this week's dinner in under 10 minutes? How about cooking omelets, Salmon and Risotto in a steamer with an… Healthy living… Posted On January 21, 2020 ~ 0 Comments Health is wealth... source The Beginning Of Our Healthy Lifestyle Posted On November 6, 2019 ~ 0 Comments Gilbert is finally joining his wife in her healthy lifestyle! Kaela has been eating healthy and exercising and lost 35 lbs so far! Watch the… 6 Comments Ellie Dixon September 23, 2017 at 6:30 am Well done! Interesting and timely subject. Some may like to know that here in Sun City Hilton Head, a new resident (Judy Owen) has been offering courses in mindful being. We took the four-session course and came away with much of what you are discussing here. Mindfulness is amazing as is the Plant-based lifestyle. By the way Chef AJ, your visit here was very welkcomed by our residents. Hope we see you here again. reply to comment → Susan Johnston September 23, 2017 at 6:30 am Enjoyed this and learned so much. Chef AJ you ask great questions! reply to comment → zybala2 September 23, 2017 at 6:30 am Absolutely loved this….needed to hear this at this moment as well….as I have drifted away from my practice. We need that community. Many heartfelt insights shared. Thank you, both reply to comment → Kenny Melcombe September 23, 2017 at 6:30 am I love Insight Seminars –I've done 1,2,3. Well worth it. reply to comment → Char Covelesky September 23, 2017 at 6:30 am Great interview, loved it! I agree the whole phone thing is negatively affecting people, it is so ironically isolating and boxes people off from their life and surroundings. I loved what you said about pets, they are such great role models for living in the moment! When my crazy cute cat wants to play, he pulls me out of my self imposed doldrums and into his happy little world, a much nicer place to be. He is quite the comedian and I am convinced he is most persistent when those unhelpful thoughts are spinning on, and demands I also be present to cherish the moment. I am his pet! reply to comment → tattooed vegan September 23, 2017 at 6:30 am EXCELLENT!! reply to comment → Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.