Scientists say: A sense of meaning and purpose is key to a long life.
I say: Intuition can give you this, and so much more!
It comes as no surprise that what we eat can affect how long we live. For years we've been told to increase fruit and veg in our diets and to avoid processed foods and sugar. Exercise too is now accepted as crucial to a long and healthy life. But recently researchers at the UK's University College London discovered that having a sense of meaning and purpose in life could literally add years to your life.
In other words, keeping fit and eating right is only part of the equation of long-term health. Just as important is the belief that we are living in a way that has meaning and that we possess a sense of purpose in what we are doing from day to day... Continue reading »
The statistics just keep on coming.
Let's get the bad news out of the way first.
For years we've been told that we should watch what we eat, get more exercise, not drink so much and manage our stress better. And yet, the message simply doesn't seem to be getting through to the majority of us. Just this week, in the UK, the latest figures show that over 60% of the population is overweight. 40% of the UK population should be taking statins (according to the latest NHS guidelines). And 1 out of every 2 children born after the year 2000 can expect to develop type-2 diabetes during their lifetime... Continue reading »
We've all heard the expression that it's all in your head. And the longer I live and the more experience I gain in this field of mine the more I realise just how true this is. So, forget about being what you eat - it's what you think - and perhaps more importantly what you believe that matters not only to your state of well-being but to your life in general. Such is the premise - one to which I firmly subscribe - of Dr. Joe Dispenza's new book entitled You Are The Placebo.
You Are The Placebo isn't a rehashing of the importance of positive thinking - although that is important. Nor is this book about the law of attraction. In fact, little of what Dr. Dispenza writes seems directly relevant to the metaphysical. On the contrary, the author is a man of science. But perhaps more interestingly, he's a man who suffered an accident after which he should have never been able to walk - much less live. And yet, he completely healed himself - through the power of his mind... Continue reading »
It was about fifteen years ago that I first heard the term "medical intuition" and "medical intuitive". It was in London and a friend of mine from The College of Psychic Studies wanted me to attend a lecture with her. At first, I was more than a little reluctant as the word "medical" seemed anathema to all that I was interested in and felt I stood for.
To me - at the time - anything even associated with the so-called medical world was tainted with what I had experienced when diagnosed in my early twenties with an incurable form of degenerative joint disease - one which according to my doctors (as well as second and third opinions) would leave me at worst crippled in a wheel chair and at best reliant on heavy-duty pain killers for the rest of my life.
But there was a part of me that just knew deep down inside that such a fate was not going to befall me. I just knew that I could and would 'fix' myself. At the time, I wasn't part of what you might call the New-Age-metaphysical scene. I was still a fully fledged member of the established corporate world. And while everyone I knew at the time seemed ready to accept as gospel what the doctors were saying, a deep part of me pricked up its ears and began to lead me down a path of self-examination, self-discovery and self-healing that - unbeknownst to me - lie at the heart of medical intuition... Continue reading »
The month of April is known for quite a few things, namely its showers which we are told bring May flowers. But no matter how beautiful the daffodils or how cute the frolicking lambs in the fields may be, there's one subject that seems to be lurking just beneath the surface in our minds right about now - money.
For Americans, April is tax month. Here in the UK, it's Financial Literacy Month. But April is also the month when we begin to get a bit of distance from the bills generated back in December which can allow us - if we try - a nice perspective on all things money-related... Continue reading »
When was the last time that you said that you had a bad feeling about something? It's the kind of comment that we've all uttered from time to time and it's one that has become a staple in modern culture, in particular films.
Even last night I was watching a comedy about a group of women who, despite being the most unlikeliest of criminals, had decided to rob a bank. And while working out the details of their heist, one of them regularly had these bad feelings about various aspects of their plan. Fortunately, the woman with her bad feelings had the courage to speak up about them. More fortunate still, her cohorts took them seriously enough to listen up - a very smart thing to have done as the plot developed... Continue reading »
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We have long known the power of forgiveness and the role that it plays in healing. Forgiveness enables us to release the past - to break free from it so that we can move on. Forgiveness is by its nature retrospective. But when we are ready to look forward to welcome and embrace a new future - one of infinite possibilities - we have to turn to another emotion - the emotion of gratitude... Continue reading »
Scientists say: A sense of meaning and purpose is key to a long life. I say: Intuition can give you this, and so much more! It comes as no surprise that what we eat can affect how long we live. For years we've been told to increase fruit and veg in our diets and to avoid processed foods and sugar. Exercise too is now accepted as crucial to a long and healthy life. But recently researchers at the UK's University College London discovered that having a sense of meaning and purpose in life could literally add years to your life... Continue reading »