Kimberly Burnham Poems
- What If Parkinson's What if reading a poem could ...
- Orgasm A state of supreme pleasurable satiety where there ...
- Body Talk Autoimmune cells fighting their neighbors a ...
- Red Juxtaposed
- Into The Matrix Energetics And...
- Insight A Museum Clock ticking big hand approaches 12 small...
- The Multiplicity Of Moisture smooth textured elemental H two...
A current project is collecting translations for the word peace, paix, vrede, damai, mir, shalam, salaam and... in over 3000 languages and writing poems about each one.
Life spirals. As a 28-year-old photographer, Kimberly Burnham appreciated beauty. Then an ophthalmologist diagnosed her with a genetic eye condition saying, " Consider what your life will be like if you become ... more »
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'Just a few years ago, when I asked a neurologist if the brain and spinal cord could heal and regenerate, he said 'no' and in his world, maybe 20 years ago, that was true. Not particularly useful but ...Kimberly Burnham, PhD (Integrative Medicine) in Parkinson's Alternatives, Walk Better, Sleep Deeper, Move Consciously: Solutions from Nature's Sensat...
''It is easier for the brain to reach out for what it wants than to let go of what it doesn't want. Reach for your dreams.''Kimberly Burnham, The Nerve Whisperer
''People who feel better make better choices for themselves, their families and communities. Helping people feel better contributes to healing and world peace.''Kimberly Burnham, Author of Parkinson's Alternatives: Walk Better, Sleep Deeper and Move Consciously
Comments about Kimberly Burnham
What If Parkinson's
reading a poem could improve
symptoms in Parkinson's disease
poem stories in action
observed and dreamed of being able
Can you understand
the words of an experience
actions in each story
Fear rises as dawning
a cold wind blows
Joy leaps as
salmon ready to birth
Each story challenges
into the page
between underlying relation
language and action ...