Evan on February 29th, 2008

Image by babasteve Over the years I’ve found two ways that work for me to connect with spirit.  One is solitary and the other involves other people, or at least one other person.  I don’t know whether they will work for you or not, but they don’t require much equipment and aren’t dangerous, so you […]

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Sarah Luczaj writes a blog about psychotherapy called Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life. It is hosted on a website called Counselling Resource. The site is pretty good too, but for me Sarah’s blog is the highlight. Why do I like it so much? Firstly because Sarah deals with significant issues. Recent topics are happiness, mindfulness […]

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   Image by Steve Weaver 1. Mobile Phones For years there has been debate about the effects of radiation from mobile phones. The debate is still not settled. The newest evidence is that the radiation from the phones does affect your skin. A new study completed by the Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) […]

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Image by Ingorrr Anything makes sense in context. Every thing makes sense in context. Meaning has to do with the relationship of the ‘thing’ (word, behaviour, object, whatever) to its context. This probably sounds a bit abstract, so bear with me for a bit while and I’ll try and show why it can be so […]

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Evan on February 22nd, 2008

  Image by Martin Kingsley Stress can contribute to ill-health. This has led to much attention being paid to reducing stress. I’d like to look at turning this on its head or approaching it from the other direction. I think it is clear that stress isn’t working hard or to do with a particular kind […]

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Evan on February 21st, 2008

What is it? Three database on the healing effects of food, herbs and nutrients. There is a huge amount of information here. They have been created by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, as a free public service to promote health freedom and empower consumers with information about the healing power of foods, herbs and nutrients. […]

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Evan on February 20th, 2008

Image by Dave-F I think it is generally accepted that stress makes it more likely that we will get sick. Whether stress alone can cause us to get sick might be a bit more contentious. Nevertheless, it is generally accepted that stress can make it more likely we will get sick. This raises the question […]

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Evan on February 18th, 2008

Image by littleblackcamera Gestalt Therapy excitement and growth in the human personality by Perls, Hefferline and Goodman. First published 1951 (other editions since). This book changed my life. I discovered it in my mid-twenties and what I learned from it has stayed a significant part of my life for 25 years. The exercises in the […]

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