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    Outrage at health insurance cut

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  • Klaus Baur

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    The ability to love and receive love is given to every human being. It is something quite wonderful regardless of an overall mind/brain focus in education.   Love and relationship ...

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    Medical jargon that makes it worse

    Medical terminology can have an adverse impact on women especially their grieving process after a miscarriage or pregnancy termination.   I’m clutching my partner’s hand. A plastic bag, which holds ...

  • Liisa Halme

    Setting healthy boundaries

    Boundaries keep us safe in all our relationships, at work, with family and friends. How well do you know your boundaries?   Boundaries keep us safe in all our relationships: ...

  • Rev Rhonda Murray

    The most important component of a healthy relationship

    During her 30 years of counselling, Rhonda has often been asked, what is her favourite ‘take home’ advice for people in relationship. Here is her answer.   Communication, communication, communication. ...

  • Paul Bedson

    Meditation – mystery, magic and miracles

    Science is regularly ‘proving’ the benefits of practising meditation and mindfulness. Paul suggests that the real magic of meditation lies in the unknown.   Nowadays we are constantly exposed to ...

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    Getting to the heart of wellness

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  • Elizabeth Jewell Stephens

    Fillings, fish and frypans

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  • Barry & Joyce Vissell

    The power of showing up

    Challenging times offer an opportunity to experience the joy of giving.   There has been much in the news recently about the tragedies affecting millions of people. In my life, ...

  • Raym Richards

    Send in the clowns

    Probing an irrational fear of self-empowerment, a client uncovers a time of torment that has had a lasting effect.   I cannot tell what time and place I am in. ...

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    Interview: Fiona Horne

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    The Parkinson’s dilemma

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    My Mother Amma experience

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    Namaste Donald Trump

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    From grief to gratitude after suicide

    Soraya lost her only brother, and then three years later, her son Prem, to suicide, both strangely on 10th September. Soraya ...

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    Open heart surgery

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    Obstacles to belonging

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  • Letting go of love

    “There has been no failure – simply a learning experience for the soul.”   It’s only natural to want to be loved. We all want to have a sense of belonging. Falling in love is one of the most amazing feelings that we will ever experience. There is nothing quite like meeting someone special. From the moment we feel that ...

  • Yoga Practices to Embody Gratitude

    At times when life is feeling particularly rough, challenging or even hopeless, invoking feelings of genuine gratitude and moving our ...

  • The Parkinson’s dilemma

    Parkinson’s disease is considered, by conservative Western science, to be a progressive, degenerative disorder with no known cause or cure. ...

  • My Mother Amma experience

    “Amma is the embodiment of pure love. Her presence heals.” [Dr Deepak Chopra]   An open-hearted, soul-nourishing unconditional embrace was ...

  • Namaste Donald Trump

    Donald Trump is neither a hero, nor a villain. His election presents the perfect opportunity to practice compassion, and self-awareness, ...

  • From grief to gratitude after suicide

    Soraya lost her only brother, and then three years later, her son Prem, to suicide, both strangely on 10th September. Soraya ...

  • Open heart surgery

    Raym’s client wants to understand why he cannot have deep emotional relationships. The answer is hidden inside his chest.   ...

  • Obstacles to belonging

    Once we see clearly what our particular pattern is, it no longer has power over us. From here we can ...

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