025: Creating The Well Life with Briana and Dr. Peter Borten


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The secret to living an exceptional life--with fulfilling work and leisure, meaningful relationships, and time for oneself--is finding balance. Briana and Dr. Peter Borten have the strategies you need to achieve this all-important balance in your life--even in the face of chaos.

The Bortens focus on three fundamental principles of a satisfying life:

  • Sweetness: Learn the importance of feeding your life, body, and soul
  • Structure: Find out how intelligent structure can give you more spontaneity and freedom, and liberate you from an excessively busy existence
  • Space: Carve out purposeful space, which allows for perspective--an understanding of the big picture and your place in it

Briana and Dr. Peter Borten have made it their mission to create a more peaceful world by helping individuals reestablish a sense of inner peace and balance. They are the founders of The Dragontree, a wellness organization with holistic spas in Portland and Boulder, online courses, natural body care products, and resources for vibrant living.

Peter, a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and certified Qi Gong instructor, has taught extensively and has authored hundreds of articles on psychological and physical health. Briana is a Certified Ayurvedic Specialist, peace engineer, and CEO of The Dragontree. She writes frequently on personal development and helps people achieve their dreams and live extraordinary, healthy lives.



- What are the concepts of Structure Sweetness Space and how you can use it to create more balance and happiness in your life?

- How to create whole life wellness?

- Structure: Life architectures that help get things done.

- The problem of the creating goals that is not aligned with who you truly are.

- Allowing more space for growth.

- Technology is taking away the presence

- Minimizing reactionary living through the practice of mindfulness.

- Why is it a such a bad idea to eat in front of a TV or playing on your devices at the same time while eating.

- Imbalance of movement and stillness.

- Finding satisfaction from within instead of from external sources.

- The value of your attention. What occupies your attention defines your life.

- Creating space in your life to have a better perspective.

- Change the state of mind with breathing pattern

- Disconnection from the interconnectedness. The Internet can’t replace real connection.


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