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Lifestyle diseases (the way we live)
Lifestyle diseases account for 80% of all major chronic illness and disease. Is it possible there is a way to live that keeps us fit and healthy?
What if we see people instead of numbers when we look at cancer statistics?
UK cancer talk week – Serge Benhayon lays tribute to the UK and how they make available statistics about what is really going on.
Fighting cancer – What if there is another element, a fundamental element that we have overlooked?
Everything is energy – is the one absolute truth that applies to everything in the world we live in, including illness and disease.
Bridging Foods – My body clearly told me to stop eating gluten and dairy
Sally Scott describes what led her to change her diet to gluten and dairy free and how Bridging Foods was conceived.
The train wreck we call ‘art’: music and our responsibility as a global family
Defending music at all costs as the reality of a life is ignored – how did this become ok? On Mary Forsberg’s letter about the life and death of rock star Scott Weiland.
I have a disease – can I feel well?
When you have a disease, can you feel ‘well’ or do you have to feel ‘sick’?
Our choices do influence how we die
We will all die at some point, so how we die should be of profound interest to us … right? Let's start the conversation.
Cancer – why me?
Why do I have cancer? A common question that medicine has not been able to answer. Could the answer require understanding who we truly are?
The way we are living is killing us
We consider illness and disease to be ‘bad’ but the way we are living is killing us, albeit slowly. What if they are messages from your body calling you back to being truly caring and loving of yourself?
Slow suicide is still suicide
Are we choosing slow suicide through poor lifestyle?
A coat by any other name….
As we age, we gradually lose our identification with the physical body and realise that we are so much more than our physicality. We come to see the body as an outer-garb, like a coat that we put on at birth and discard at death.
Bringing death and dying to our daily conversations
Does talking about death and dying at our dinner table have to make for a macabre affair? Or could it be a profound conversation where we can learn so much more about life and ourselves?
Ageing – to be feared or lived?
How do we feel about ageing, and what are the pictures we carry? Is there a way to age that brings a deeper purpose to this stage of life?