Natural Feel-Good Factors Part 6 of 10: Clutter

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Look around your room. What kind of a state is it in? Untidy? Disorganised? Chaotic? Tiring? This is also the state of your mind.

Perspectives, perspectives everywhere! (in 2011)

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

A couple of weeks ago I sent out a wisdom quote, quoting myself as saying that; “the more perspectives you can take, the more love you can give”. I guess I ought to give an explanation to this, rather than to just leave it hanging out there as an arbitrary claim.

Natural Feel-Good Factors Part 5 of 10: Plants

Monday, December 6th, 2010

“Today we live in such an artificial environment, with synthetic wall and floor coverings, lots of electrical activity, surrounded by a concrete jungle and non-sop traffic, so plants are invaluable…” – Sarah Shurety

Natural Feel-Good Factors Part 4 of 10: Sunlight

Monday, November 29th, 2010

According to Richard Hobday, author of ‘The Healing Sun’, and someone who has presented this subject at the London Science Museum, deficiency in Vitamin D from sunlight can have a relevance on a multitude of illnesses and diseases ranging from tuberculosis to tooth decay.

Natural Feel-Good Factors Part 3 of 10: Laughter

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Humour researcher, Dr William Fry, believes that mirthful laughter (laughter associated with humour) is a total body activity, affecting all areas, including the immune system, the circulatory system, the cardiovascular system, the muscular system, and more.

Natural Feel-Good Factors Part 2 of 10: Massage

Monday, November 15th, 2010

Massage is one of the simplest, yet one of our most precious gifts. It has a variety of health benefits, including the aleviation of headaches, a part-remedy for stress and the promotion of healthy skin. It also helps to stimulate the lymph system.

Natural Feel-Good Factors Part 1 of 10: Hugging

Sunday, November 7th, 2010

Natural Feel-Good Factors is a special category of activities and principles, taken from a chapter of my book, ‘The Health You Deserve’, that have less often considered, yet equally valuable health benefits. Over the coming weeks I will be sharing them with you as a sample through this website.

Chess Strategies for Life Part 1: Eliminating All The Negative Possibilities

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Many of the strategies I apply to my own life have some of their roots in chess, or have a similar quality to them, so I’m going to document them here in a nice, tidy series of articles, perhaps four or five, one each week or so as part of my weekly articles that you can follow, and see how you can begin to apply them yourself.

What Most People Call Failure is an Illusion

Sunday, October 24th, 2010

The social relationship to what we call ‘failure’ is only that if it is accompanied by an outcome that can be said to be finite. The rest is simply there to guide us, masquerading as this thing we fear and call ‘failure’. But it’s often just the illusion of failure, with the reality waiting in the wings.

How Do You Score Your Own Flexibility of Mind?

Monday, May 24th, 2010

There’s a saying with racing driving that if the two cars in front of you crash the best thing to do is to drive in the place where they are hitting each other because by the time you get there that’s the only plave they won’t be.

How is it with you also when you quite sensibly plan something in advance but then there a signals and suggestions – are moods, thoughts and circumstances change – that maybe it is no longer the right thing to do?

The Art of The Freedom to Cry

The Art of The Freedom to Cry

The intellectual thought that one must not allow oneself to cry is a negative, limiting belief, and one which will cause much damage until we renounce it, individually and socially. Read more...

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