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  • Briony Goldsmith

    The secret to manifesting more wealth in your life

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just imagine sitting in that sports car and somehow it materialised? Unfortunately, that’s what a lot of the manifestation books are teaching us and they’re missing the most important ingredient. I first read Louise Hay’s famous self-help book, You Can Heal Your Life ...

  • Craigh Wilson

    Why you need to learn to tap into your intuition

    Making heart-based intuitive decisions is a game changer. Here’s how. Today our decisions provide us with more opportunities – yet more potholes and cliffs to fall down – than ever before. Having the ability to be clear of spirit, mind, heart, and body can help you make better and ‘more ...

  • Mahdi Mason

    The very best thing you can do for the planet

    You may never have heard of me. Maybe you never will again. But hear me when I tell you – I am changing the world. And you can too! How many of us give up on trying to make the world a better place because, well, it’s just little old ...

  • Martin Oliver

    Australia’s recycling crisis

    How do we deal with the changing conditions and growing problem around disposal and recycling of our waste?   Recycling is a deeply ingrained habit in Australia, with a remarkably high 98% of households engaging in it to some extent. Roughly 60% of the country’s waste is either recycled or ...

  • Martin Oliver

    Car & ride sharing

    There are several innovative car sharing models revolutionising the way we get around.   Everybody needs to get around. And sometimes it is convenient to be able to access a vehicle for a short period without having to own one. In recent years, some innovative and creative options have been ...

  • Matthew Noffke

    The hidden power of architecture

    It is undeniable that our surroundings affect us energetically. They can cause us to feel cheerful or melancholy, free or constrained, connected or disconnected, clear or confused. Architecture: it creates the space that surrounds us. It is the cocoon that shelters us. And it inevitably helps to shape our lives. ...

  • Jo Wagstasff

    7 keys to cultivating authentic leadership

    It is both a privilege and a great responsibility to be a leader. The responsibility being to lead with wisdom, compassion, and courageous authenticity for the benefit of those we lead, and for all humanity. Our organisations, our government, our communities, our businesses all need a new kind of leadership: ...

  • Manjula Murugesan

    Choosing renewable for a more sustainable future

    As the years have gone by, everyone, including myself, has become more and more conscious about the environment. But the real question is whether there is more we can do besides recycling. The answer is yes – living a sustainable and renewable lifestyle and being responsible consumers. Being a responsible consumer ...

  • Tom Dawkins

    The rise of purposeful business

    The ‘purpose economy’ is here. Right now, it is unevenly distributed and poorly understood, as the future often is. But in the coming year, the purpose economy will redefine how we conduct business and derive meaning in our lives. We are at a similar moment for the purpose economy as ...

  • Andrey Tamarchenko

    Sustainability and the human death drive

    Could our global crisis have something to do with our personal inability to balance and effectively manage our own creative and destructive impulses? Article and images by Andrey Tamarchenko. Sustainability means the ability to maintain at a certain level – a delicate balance between creation, maintenance, and destruction. Nature is forever ...

  • Martin Oliver

    Herbal medicine banned by the TGA

    Herbal medicine arbutin (a.k.a bearberry) has been officially banned by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. In May this year, the Therapeutic Goods Administration issued information governing the sale of herbal products containing the chemical substance arbutin. Certain to be affected is uva ursi, also known as bearberry. Arbutin is a known ...

  • Gemma Di Bari

    Water and the next generation

    Gemma tells how bringing experiential environmental education into schools is helping to create a healthier outlook for tomorrow.   “Water does not resist. Water flows. When you plunge your hand into it, all you feel is a caress. Water is not a solid wall, it will not stop you. But ...



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BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENT


  • The secret to manifesting more wealth in your life

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just imagine sitting in that sports car and somehow it materialised? Unfortunately, that’s what a lot of the manifestation books are teaching us and they’re missing the most important ingredient. I first read Louise Hay’s famous self-help book, You Can Heal Your Life ...

  • Why you need to learn to tap into your intuition

    Making heart-based intuitive decisions is a game changer. Here’s how. Today our decisions provide us with more opportunities – yet more potholes and cliffs to fall down – than ever before. Having the ability to be clear of spirit, mind, heart, and body can help you make better and ‘more ...

  • The very best thing you can do for the planet

    You may never have heard of me. Maybe you never will again. But hear me when I tell you – I am changing the world. And you can too! How many of us give up on trying to make the world a better place because, well, it’s just little old ...

  • Australia’s recycling crisis

    How do we deal with the changing conditions and growing problem around disposal and recycling of our waste?   Recycling is a deeply ingrained habit in Australia, with a remarkably high 98% of households engaging in it to some extent. Roughly 60% of the country’s waste is either recycled or ...

  • Car & ride sharing

    There are several innovative car sharing models revolutionising the way we get around.   Everybody needs to get around. And sometimes it is convenient to be able to access a vehicle for a short period without having to own one. In recent years, some innovative and creative options have been ...

  • The hidden power of architecture

    It is undeniable that our surroundings affect us energetically. They can cause us to feel cheerful or melancholy, free or constrained, connected or disconnected, clear or confused. Architecture: it creates the space that surrounds us. It is the cocoon that shelters us. And it inevitably helps to shape our lives. ...

  • 7 keys to cultivating authentic leadership

    It is both a privilege and a great responsibility to be a leader. The responsibility being to lead with wisdom, compassion, and courageous authenticity for the benefit of those we lead, and for all humanity. Our organisations, our government, our communities, our businesses all need a new kind of leadership: ...

  • Choosing renewable for a more sustainable future

    As the years have gone by, everyone, including myself, has become more and more conscious about the environment. But the real question is whether there is more we can do besides recycling. The answer is yes – living a sustainable and renewable lifestyle and being responsible consumers. Being a responsible consumer ...

  • The rise of purposeful business

    The ‘purpose economy’ is here. Right now, it is unevenly distributed and poorly understood, as the future often is. But in the coming year, the purpose economy will redefine how we conduct business and derive meaning in our lives. We are at a similar moment for the purpose economy as ...

  • Sustainability and the human death drive

    Could our global crisis have something to do with our personal inability to balance and effectively manage our own creative and destructive impulses? Article and images by Andrey Tamarchenko. Sustainability means the ability to maintain at a certain level – a delicate balance between creation, maintenance, and destruction. Nature is forever ...

  • Herbal medicine banned by the TGA

    Herbal medicine arbutin (a.k.a bearberry) has been officially banned by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. In May this year, the Therapeutic Goods Administration issued information governing the sale of herbal products containing the chemical substance arbutin. Certain to be affected is uva ursi, also known as bearberry. Arbutin is a known ...

  • Water and the next generation

    Gemma tells how bringing experiential environmental education into schools is helping to create a healthier outlook for tomorrow.   “Water does not resist. Water flows. When you plunge your hand into it, all you feel is a caress. Water is not a solid wall, it will not stop you. But ...

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