Mike Schwager

BORN A CHAMPION: The Master Strategy for Maximum Health and Lasting Success

Born A ChampionBy Mike Schwager

A bottomline “nuts and bolts” handbook is now available, designed to first restore people to normal health and then onward to maximum wellness and longevity, in the face of a population that is overmedicated, undernourished with overprocessed foods, and underexercised. 

BORN A CHAMPION:  The Master Strategy for Maximum Health and Lasting Success [Outskirts Press.com, 145 pp] is a blueprint for optimum health, a contrarian view opposed to those of today’s medical norms which the author contends reflect a greed-driven pharmaceutical industry, medical doctors who are virtually ensnared by pharmaceutical and health insurance industry domination, a non-health conscious corporate food industry flooding the market with products that are overprocessed with refined carbohydrates, sugar and hydrogenated fats, and an underexercised population.

[Amazon listing:  http://www.amazon.com/Born-Champion-Strategy-Maximum-Lasting/dp/1432741381/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1251849044&sr=1-3]

Enrichment.Com Interviews Dr. Amit Goswami

Dr. Amit GoswamiDr. Amit Goswami is the author of the new book, Creative Evolution: A Physicist’s Resolution between Darwinism and Intelligent Design [Quest Books]. Dr. Goswami is a pioneer in using quantum physics to articulate the paradigm shift from a materialist to a consciousness-based worldview. He earned his doctorate from Calcutta University in theoretical nuclear physics. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Oregon, where he taught physics from 1968 to 2003. 

Dr. Goswami first developed the premise of a consciousness vs. materialist view in his highly acclaimed The Self-Aware Universe. Books that followed include The Visionary Window, Physics of the Soul and The Quantum Doctor. His research on creativity in the 1980s led to his book Quantum Creativity. His text book on Quantum Mechanics has been used in many major universities. Dr. Gaswami is the subject of a forthcoming documentary entitled The Quantum Activist.
Mike Schwager, Editor-in-Chief of Enrichment.com, recently interviewed Amit Goswami. 

Enrichment.com Interviews Dennis Wholey

Dennis WholeyMike Schwager, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Enrichment.com, had the pleasure to recently interview television talk show host and author Dennis Wholey. Here is that conversation:

The Day of At-One-Ment

by Mike Schwager

[Wednesday, October 8th, 2008] -- Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, observed beginning tonight, is the holiest time on the Jewish calendar. On this day, Jews all over the world atone for their transgressions, and ask God for forgiveness of their sins.


by Mike Schwager

Television has not yet actualized its potential nor realized its responsibilty to humankind. The most powerful medium on the planet, the medium that has the greatest impact on individual and collective consciousness, has fallen far short of its ability to enrich and empower our lives. If someone would argue that this is not television's mission, I would then ask them to please explain what they think constitutes that mission. Surely, it must be more than purpose as a description of function. We all know that television transmits programming; and that this programming is generally intended to entertain or inform.


by Mike Schwager

The message of the One begins with the illumination that all is of the One, that each and all is endowed at the deepest core of Being with the wisdom, knowledge and creative intelligence of the Divine Presence, the Divine Subtle Essence of the Universe. Love, Peace, Unity and the existence of an invisible Reality that transcends our physical senses and perceptions are part of the primary message of The Great Emanation. This was the message heard by Abraham over five thousand years ago, delivered to Moses on the mountain known as Sinai, played out of the flute of David on the Hills of Judea, sung by Solomon in the Great Temple of Jerusalem, taught by Buddha, and brought by Jesus.

My Father’s Greatest Lesson To Me Was His Life

by Mike Schwager

My father’s name was Owen, a name he gave to himself upon coming to the United States as a refugee from Nazi Germany. Though he was not a concentration camp inmate, Dad was nonetheless a Holocaust survivor and a decorated war hero. He was a strong man, and yet a kind man, and I learned from him that strength and kindness were not incompatible bedfellows.

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