Tag: Ram Dass
Jon “Vasu” Seskevich is a Great 100 in NC Nursing award winner in 2005-06″] , was nominated for the Fetzer Foundation Norman Cousin’s Mind/Body Medicine Award in 1996. In 1998 he received the Friends’ of Nursing, “Excellence in Nursing Practice” award, and the “Alumnus of the Year” award from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Nursing, Alumni Association in 1997.Jon has given over 300 presentations, lectures, workshops and classes that teach stress reduction, mind-body, and complementary therapies to hospital patients, health care professionals, community and church groups, and high-school and college students.Read More
Most of Maharaji’s devotees were householders, people who were very involved in daily life. They had children, jobs, all kinds of stuff. And he would just go from house to house, village to village, town to town, constantly wandering from place to place, visiting with people.Read More
I can do nothing for you but work on myself…you can do nothing for me but work on yourself!”Read More
Known for his calming voice and unique role at Duke University Hospital, Jon Seskevich, RN, BSN, BA, CHTP, has dedicated his life to helping patients cope with the stress of illness. “In 1987, I began helping pain unit patients deal with the stress of weaning off of their pain medications,” said Seskevich.Read More
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