Wagner makes little distinction between her life as an actress,
advocate, mother, humanitarian or author. What unites these various
parts is a commitment through her work and her personal life to
advancing human potential. Even early in her career this commitment
was evident in her Emmy Award winning portrayal of “The Bionic
Woman”. Her use of media as a way to communicate ideas to help
people in their personal process is demonstrated in so many of her
Films such as: "Shattered Dreams" on spousal abuse and domestic
violence starred in and produced by Lindsay in 1991; "The Taking of
Flight 847" on the root complexities of terrorism (1988); "Evil In
Clear River" on the quiet rise of the Neo-Nazi movement in America
(1988); "Child's Cry" on child sexual abuse (1985);
"I Want To Live"
on the moral dilemma regarding capital punishment (1983); and "The
Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel" on the battle between the
naturopathic and allopathic healthcare (1979).
Off screen, Lindsay continuously works both publicly and privately
in advocacy and public education. She shares the knowledge and
experiences, which have greatly impacted her life and have
profoundly enhanced her awe of our often unrecognized human
potential. Lindsay has co-authored two books: a best-selling
vegetarian lifestyle cookbook entitled, The High Road to Health
(Simon & Schuster) and a book on acupressure, Lindsay Wagner's New
Beauty: The Acupressure Facelift (Simon & Schuster).
From 2003-2006 Lindsay co-facilitated a support group for convicted
batterers and their families. In 2004 she co-founded "Peacemakers
Community", a non-profit organization that offers families and
individuals more constructive and peaceful ways of relating to each
other and oneself in order to help end the cycle of family violence.
Her work utilized a range of psychological and spiritual techniques.
For the public, Lindsay has been offering experiential "Quiet the
Mind & Open the Heart" retreats and workshops. These programs are
designed to help us realize how the conscious and unconscious
concepts we carry in the mind often have a life diminishing
influence on others and ourselves. For many, it can be the catalyst
needed to break through old or undesirable patterns affecting our
family dynamics, intimate relationships, self-image, parenting,
friendships and our work/career.
"Every aspect of our lives
will benefit from a shift in perspective that ‘Quiets the Mind and
Opens the Heart’." Lindsay Wagner
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