Reology.org Teaches How to be Happy
New website offers guidance and resources to live a happier life
Started in 2002, Reology, originally called Green Psychology, is a psychological practice and set of communication tools used to shift people away from blame and pain toward self-acceptance and a happier, more purposeful life. Founded by Jake Eagle, a psychotherapist, and Hannah Eagle, a classically trained homeopath, Reology benefits people from all walks of life and backgrounds. “Whatever your life style, whether you are straight or gay, tall or short, male or female, round or lean, you can begin to like what you see and like who you are. You can begin to accept yourself and appreciate yourself,” explains Hannah Eagle.
Reology.org creates a new platform for visitors to find guidance, resources and support. “We have founded Reology.org to better meet the needs of our community, as well as helping people dramatically improve their ability to connect with others,” remarks Jake Eagle. “We are very excited about this rejuvenation.”
To learn more about Reology.org, please visit http://reology.org or call (505) 986-3922.
About Jake and Hannah Eagle
Jake and Hannah Eagle are the co-founders of Reology.org, an organization dedicated to improving relationships and lives by changing the way people relate to themselves and others. Jake Eagle is a licensed psychotherapist and author. His award-winning book, ReRight Your Life, helps readers re-discover themselves and re-right their lives when faced with personal circumstances, challenges, and crises. Hannah Eagle is a Homeopathic practitioner, with a background in meditation and holistic health. Hannah helps ground the theoretical aspects of Reology into the physical body. Jake and Hannah have been happily married for more than twenty years. They live and work together in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and lead Reology Retreats all over the world.
Reology.org is an organization and community dedicated to improving relationships and lives by fundamentally changing the way people relate to themselves and others. Reology.org provides its community of readers and practitioners with educational materials and programs that help to guide the processes of self-discovery, personal growth and maturity. For more information, please visit http://reology.org or call (505) 986-3922.