On Human Flourishing - an interview with Bob Duggan





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Published on May 11, 2015

In a fast-paced society, being overwhelmed and stressed are often accepted as normal parts of life. But in doing so, what should be emotional cues become constraints that can have adverse affects on our health.

Bob Duggan, an acupuncturist who co-founded the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in Laurel, Maryland, joins Dr. Jonas for a conversation about healing.

As Bob describes, the evolving field of acupuncture as an alternative treatment became more mainstream as responsibility for personal health empowered patients to become more aware of the connections between mind, body and spirit.

The application of integrative medicine can only be effective when the individual is aware. Aware of themselves and what is happening inside the body as it relates to the physical and mental components of being.

Bob writes in ‘One Hundred Families Say…’ “upset is optional…my body is wise: my headaches, backaches, wheezing, etc. are often guides to wise living…”


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