My latest blog on The News Hub is called: “Are we seeking an even deeper mindfulness?” Here is an excerpt: A review of studies that evaluated the merits of three kinds of mindfulness-based practices found “convincing evidence” of benefits for patients with certain physical and mental health problems.“These mindfulness practices show considerable promise and the available evidence indicates […]
I re-posted one of my favourite Huffington Post on LinkedIn…and then realised I have never posted it to this site. So, this video (also in the blog) is a teaser! If you want to see how I write about it, you can read the article at: Illusion, Delusion and Healing.
February celebrated “wise health care consumers” at the same time as newspapers and airwaves conveyed and questioned the need for “flu jabs”. Are there other wise choices that could protect us from the flu? In 5 Other Ways to Flee the Flu – posted on BuzzFeed – I share some thoughts on how thinking generally, and prayer specifically, can […]
This blog, by Assistant District Manager, Melvyn Howe, appeared in the “This is” series. The local GP has long been a respected figure of authority and a mainstay of family health. For many people that usually means a health problem requires little more than an appointment, a prescription and some pills to pop for a […]
A second Huffington Post UK blog has been published this week. If you like it please think of sharing it via Facebook, Twitter or Google+ and/or press the “Like” button for your Facebook wall. Thanks! 🙂 Treat Yourself to a Daily Dose of Peace Regular meditation can produce “beneficial effects on well-being”, a recent study has found. According to […]
Is life in the fast lane the only option? I recently read the following reflection called “Life’s Too Short?” by Methodist Minister and Broadcaster Reverend Tony Miles and it gave me pause for thought…about pausing more for thought and prayer. Which is probably what it was intended to do! Life’s Too Short? My car was […]