For one year now, a Baltimore school implemented a new and holistic approach to disciplining students, writes John Vibes at the ‘Free Thought Project’ and ‘SOTT’ on September 18, 2016.
Psychologists explain why our minds tend to shut down when confronted with the alternate view of what happened on 9/11, writes Alex Pietrowski. Published in Waking Times on June 30, 2016.
Reading books is tied to a longer life, according to a new report, writes Nicholas Bakalar in The New York Times on August 3, 2016
With reference to the Republican presidential candidate, Deepak Chopra explains the secret side of human nature that has a special name: the shadow.
Paul A Philips researches the concepts of heaven and hell, and wonders, “The question is, if people keep coming back lifetime after lifetime then how come is it that they never went to heaven or hell in between lives?”
Captivating video by Jeremy Bennett, one of Canada’s most prolific experts and speakers on stress and anxiety.
Here’s something you probably aren’t doing when you’re not doing that other thing you’re supposed to do, says Sarah DiGiulio in The Huffington Post on June 25, 2016.
The emotions that come up even if one is not directly involved, are fundamentally human, writes Lindsay Holmes in The Huffington Post on June 13, 2016.
Every organ and cell within the body — all are listening (and responding) to our thoughts, writes Carolanne Wright, citing Osho as well. Published in WakeUpWorld on May 21, 2016.
Don’t let negative thoughts control your self-image. It’s your actions that really define you, says Susan David in ‘The Guardian’ on April 20, 2016.
Creative habit-changing solutions offered by Kate Bratskeir. Published in The Huffington Post on January 12, 2016.
In this witty animation, inspirational thinker Brené Brown considers why we blame others, how it sabotages our relationships, and why we desperately need to move beyond this toxic behaviour.
No longer the sole province of the hemp-swathed sprouting enthusiast, meditation’s popularity has exploded across our collective faces…
For most people it is habitual to complain and groan about situations they are not in agreement with, says Chuck Spezzano of ‘Psychology of Vision’.
People used to be skilled in creating much out of little, doing things with their hands, skilled in survival.
The importance of five aspects linked to maintaining a healthy body – by Karen Foster, published on Prevent Disease on November 4, 2015.
Adult colouring has become a thing — and with good reason, says Laine Bergeson at Discovery News on October 20, 2015.
In this video, Fernando Vossa explains and demonstrates how Sonic Reiki with corresponding geometric light heals the body.
Thomas Hill, Professor of Psychology at the University of Warwick, writes in Psychology Today on February 26, 2015.
Menstrual health advocate Aditi Gupta and husband Tuhin Paul discuss their innovative comic book, ‘Menstrupedia’ at TEDxBangalore.
Jefferey Jaxon writes in Natural Society on February 18, 2015 about the latest mad buzzword, ‘orthorexia nervosa’.
On TED, Yossi Vardi, legendary community-builder, connector and prankster, delivers a careful lecture on the dangers of blogging. Specifically, for men. And tongue-in-cheek.
There are words in the English language that we use often without any idea how a particular word evolved. Here’s some information of the origins of some of our strange customs.
Ian Sample writes in The Guardian that psychologists have found that people are distracted from the task at hand nearly half the time, and this daydreaming consistently makes them less happy.
Inimitable John Oliver (English political satirist and comedian) takes on the sugar industry on HBO’s Last Week Tonight – just in time for tricks and treats come Halloween.
This test is helpful to ascertain your present mental state, in particular for the senior citizens among us.
Anthony Gucciardi, Editor of Natural Society published on February 5, 2014 a video exposing what ‘natural’ products mean.
Bhavika Jhaveri writes in Fractal Enlightenment about Alexis Kriel’s insight that food is a medium for exploring one’s consciousness.
A documentary filmed during the final weeks before Dr. Richard (Rick) Linchitz succumbed to cancer on May 13, 2013.
An insightful look into the modern culture of our world with original audio by Alan Watts (1915 – 1973), the British philosopher, writer and speaker.
Published by The Huffington Post on 30 April 2013, an article by Meredith Melnick on the benefits of meditation; a marvelous diagram shows the health benefits of meditation that include structural changes to the brain.
A helpful guide for those confused moments when English English and American English seem to be two different languages.
In an article published by CNN on 9.1.2012, Deepak Chopra explains that the brain is dynamic and ever-renewing itself and how brain functions can be improved through the mind. Whatever we pay attention to is registered in the brain and drastically shapes its structure.
We’ve been working on information about the adulterated hair raising products widely available for easy consumption yet with dreadful and dangerous consequences for your health. And then we came across this comprehensive article by Dan and Sheela:
Steven Pinker shows us how the mind turns the finite building blocks of language into infinite meanings.