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Gay and Katie Hendricks
Gay and Katie Hendricks

Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., is the author and co-author of twenty-five books in conscious relationship, conscious business and bodymind transformation. Included are such enduring bestsellers as Conscious Loving, The Corporate Mystic, Conscious Breathing and Conscious Living.

Katie Hendricks has been a pioneer in the field of body-mind integration for thirty years. She has an international reputation as a seminar leader for health and business professionals. She has consulted and taught in the graduate programs of many universities, including the University of Colorado, Union Graduate School, Antioch University, Naropa Institute and the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute.

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Katie And Gay Hendricks Share Decades Of Wisdom
2 Ten-Minute Talks That Will Save Your Relationship Most couples suffer from a lack of intimacy—but the loss often goes undetected because it erodes so slowly they don’t notice it. Here’s why:... Comments
Letting Go Of Expectations
Letting Go Of Expectations Editor's Note - Tenzing Norbu (“Ten” for short) is an ex-Buddhist monk/ex-LAPD cop and current homicide detective from a series of fiction novels... Comments
A Sneak Preview of The Third Rule of Ten Ex-Buddhist monk and ex-LAPD officer turned private eye Tenzing Norbu is back with a new case, and it all begins with a mysterious early morning... Comments

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2 Ten-Minute Talks To Save Your Relationship

Gay & Katie discuss scheduling 10 minute talks twice weekly to create lasting love. Taken from the upcoming book "Conscious Loving Ever After" You

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The Power of a Single Thought
The Power of a Single Thought

This work brings to life a treasure of life-changing wisdom that has inspired generations of transformational leaders.

Releasing Your Creative at Midlife and Beyond
Releasing Your Creative at Midlife and Beyond

In this incredibly insightful discussion, Gay, speaking from years of experience, teaches us that life seems to work best when we’re comfortably riding in the back seat. So when we stop trying t