Being Linked in November – Links on meditation, cancer, diet and other stuff. Reflections on a compassionate understanding of the world. How toxic is sugar really? Is coconut oil as good as we are told it is? What role does diet play for cancer survivors? Is gratitude good for our health? Can sound blast tumours?
We have all seen the reports of studies that show the benefits of meditation for those who undertake 8 week courses. But studies are just numbers. The feedback forms I have were written by real people. People I got to know over the 8 weeks. People who came to me with their struggles and their triumphs. I am so privileged to teach meditation.
It’s a Sunday morning in winter. My husband and I meet friends for breakfast at Urban Projuice, the place where Tegan Steele aka Vegie Girl, one of the authors of 365 Days of Wholeness, gets to showcase her commitment to plant-based wholefood chemical free living all year round. The food feels clean and wholesome. But […]
This post is a little different. A bit chattier. To let you know where I’m at and to share with you some amazing people who have helped me along this healing journey. To show you the social support I’ve been able to embrace to help me get well. And well I am. I feel better than I’ve felt for … years … decades … And to let you know about an exciting blogging course that’s about to start!
There is so much that goes into achieving good health. Our bodies, miraculous as they are, have an almost infinite number of processes including hormonal and mental processes, that keep us well. What we put into our bodies, how we move our bodies, and what we think all have a role to play in whether […]