By Barbara M
Date Added: Friday 24 January 2014
Thank-you. Some very very interesting observations. Changed in many of my self view points.
By Pat K
Date Added: Wednesday 25 December 2013
Excellent webinar on creating a youthful disposition as we age.
By Margaret S
Date Added: Tuesday 12 November 2013
This is a fabulous piece of work in content and delivery. Dr. Martinez' s on the cutting edge and I found his passion for his subject contagious, inspiring and enlivening. The knowledge he imparts has rocked my world - it is life changing and paradigm shifting. Re the review by Catherine M - I think what Dr. Martinez meant by "no vegan centenarians" is that among the group he has studied, none of them were vegans. I also did not experience the material as being repetitive between sessions - For me, the course moves at a good, brisk pace and his delivery is laser sharp and efficient. I highly recommend this program - it will change the way you think about aging.
By Heather S
Date Added: Thursday 11 April 2013
Dr. Martinez is one of those rare teachers who has ability to communicate radically new levels of thought in language that is both accessible and stirring. Here is a course of study that seamlessly joins the key forces that fashion human thought, reaction and health. I’m looking forward to participating in this online course and grateful that Dr. Martinez is tech-savvy enough to make it so easily accessible.
I revisit my copy of The Mind-Body Code regularly and look forward to integrating this new course material into what I’ve learned from it.
For anyone who is unfamiliar with Dr. Martinez’s work, I highly recommend it. It is impactful, inspiring and engaging.
By Catherine M
Date Added: Wednesday 8 May 2013
I did like the program a lot, found it useful, and will probably get The Mind-Body Codeas well. The only reasons for giving this program 4 stars rather than 5, are that there was a lot of repetition between sessions, and that Dr. Martinez alleges that "there are no vegan centenarians." A quick Google search disputes this, and at any rate, it's a statement that can't possibly be proven. I got the overall point -- that it isn't a specific diet that matters -- but Dr. Martinez lost some credibility by claiming that his conclusions are based on science, yet making an unprovable assertion.
Overall, though, I find the program quite valuable.