DR. TONI GALARDI
MASTERING CHANGE…ITALIAN STYLE

Solar Eclipse in Leo and A Week of Great Acceleration

“True freedom is when all the stories, all the insights, all the realizations, concepts, beliefs and positions dissolve. What remains is what you are; a vast, conscious, luminous space simply resting in itself, not knowing a thing, at the point where all things are possible.” ― Enza Vita “Om is the God of love.…READ MORE

A tidbit of Chapter One of LifeQuake

CHAPTER 1 The Heat Wave: Subtle Tremors We are so accustomed to disguising ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves. ~ LA ROCHEFOUCAULD, 1613-1680 In the opening chapter the reader is shown how the sociological, psychological, and environmental crises occurring on a grand scale are in fact catalysts, prompting each of us to evolve in our own lives.…READ MORE

Ask the LifeQuake Doctor – October issue/ Vision Magazine

Ask the LifeQuake Doctor October 2011 Dear Readers: As we enter the season of change when things in nature reach their fruition and then begin to deteriorate, so are the cycles of life. The wise person notices when aspects of their life are no longer vital and begins to plan for the next chapter.…READ MORE

Ask the LifeQuake Doctor Advice Column

  LifeQuake™ Ask the LifeQuake™ Doctor Dr. Toni Galardi Dear Dr. Toni: I am an entrepreneur who was doing quite well in my business until last year. I know I need to give up the freedom I’ve had in my career and get a job, but every time I think of letting go of my business, I get a panic attack.…READ MORE

Heaven on Earth: How to Transform Chaos and Seeming Loss

  A friend of mine, Martin Rutte who co-wrote Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work contributed to my new book The LifeQuake Phenomenon. One of his pet projects is a foundation he calls Project Heaven on Earth. One of the steps is to think back on a time when you experienced heaven on earth.…READ MORE

Now with Twitter, is it the end of the literati?

  I read an interesting article in “The Trib” today. For those who live outside the midwest or media world, that is The Chicago Tribune. It appears that according to Keilman we intellectuals are also dumbing down. Technology and books: Is the novel too much for our technology-addled brains?…READ MORE