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A look at evidence and energy
What would happen if we were to accept the basic scientific truth that energy is the supreme causal influence upon every aspect of our lives?
Observation. Is it a science?
Have you ever wondered whether our powers of observation are part of science, or are machines the only tools of science to be able to measure, record and receive what is actually going on?
Ridicule is a serious and endemic problem in modern science.
Grey suits and lab coats – science is in need of a new renaissance
Science in the western world was once under the control of the Catholic Church. Now it is controlled through finance by government funding agencies, bottom lines and avoidance of risk by private organisations. What effect is this having on the practice of science?
Play it again Sam
Reproducible science is regarded as the gold standard of reliability and high quality. This challenging article explores what reproducibility means and asks us to place science in a broader, universal context that has meaning to the whole.
'Pseudoscience' is a term used by people to deride and dismiss a claimed scientific finding or hypothesis on the basis that it is poor science. We must be very aware of the harm that is done in the use of words like “pseudoscience” that attack, denigrate and dismiss and reduce science to a game of control.
Pseudoscience, Bullying, Corruption, Evidence-based, Intelligence
Publish and perish
“Publish and perish” describes what is really happening in science. We have made it about results and money, not people and truth, and it is worth exploring how this impacts all of humanity.
Good Science – a matter of trust?
In January 2014 a game changing, cheap, simple and effective way to produce stem cells hit the press. Within months the study was discredited, and the integrity of the scientific publication process was exposed as deeply flawed.
Play it again Sam – last night’s leftovers and reproducibility in science, Part 2
Reproducibility is the hallmark of great science. The truth is that it hardly ever happens. In Part 2 we look at this in the context of this planet and evolution. Is reproducibility even possible and is it something we ought to be aspiring to?
Evidence-based, Bullying, Corruption, Evidence, Intelligence
Science and ‘plausibility’
When we consider that something is ‘plausible’, what does that mean?
In search of a new evidence base
We seem to be fixated on evidence -based medicine but are missing the one set of criteria that matter the most when testing for efficacy.
Religion, Evidence-based, Harmony, Love, Joy, Truth, Stillness
Serge Benhayon and Sacred Esoteric Healing – True Intelligence comes from our body
Many people in their lives have a moment where they make a different choice in a situation or they meet a person that will forever change the course of their life. For me, a woman dedicated to physiotherapy and healing, it was when I met Serge Benhayon.
Performance management, Massage, Fitness, Evidence-based, Connective tissue, Back pain
Evidence Based Medicine – is it actually science?
When we hear the term ‘evidence based medicine’ we immediately think of ‘science’ and ‘reliability’, but is this really the case?
Measuring the form of behaviour – a failing of evidence based research in mental health
Tanya Curtis explores a major failing of evidence-based research in the mental health industry and asks the pertinent question: “is measuring form ever going to bring lasting change in human behaviour?”
What is science?
How it's meaning has changed, where modern science is and what is missing from modern science today.
Everything is energy
From Pythagoras to Einstein and in our every interaction, we all know the truth that energy is what makes everything happen and makes everything what it is and what it will therefore become.
Ageless Wisdom, Evidence-based, Lineage, Universe, Intelligence
Relief strategies – the failings of our mental health industry
Tanya Curtis explores the current failings of the mental health industry and the harm that relief-based strategies are having on our society. She offers a new way forward.
Alcohol, Drugs, Behaviour, Evidence-based, Humanity, Mental health, Healthy living
Psychotherapist Jean Gamble speaks about the treatment of mental health conditions
In this short video, Jean explains some of the problems in the treatments used in the mental illness industry.
Confidence, Empowerment, Evidence-based, Medicine, Practitioner, Lifestyle diseases
Are we prepared to question the status quo of the mental health industry?
In an era where our ill-mental health rates are reaching unprecedented highs and more practitioners are speaking out about the efficacy of our practices, is now not the time to ask the question – is there more?
Mental health, Counseling, Evidence-based, Reductionism, Humanity
Evidence based medicine: what is the evidence?
Medicine today prides itself on being evidence based. What is the evidence for this form of evidence, and is there another form of evidence that we are ignoring?
The reductionism of evidence-based science, and its restoration through prophecy
Science has never before faced such an intense barrage of criticism from within its own ranks, but still defenders of the faith of science cannot see problems as anything more than minor glitches that will be solved by the process of science itself.
Science, Evidence-based, Evolution, Reductionism, Intelligence
Artificial Sweeteners: a healthy sugar substitute or a poison in different disguise?
In a sugar free world, artificial sweeteners are taking hold, but what are the consequences of eating these sugar substitutes and what do we need to consider if we wish to be healthy?
Sugar alternatives, Nutrition, Healthy diet, Food industry, Evidence-based, Sugar Free
Gut instinct – is it true or just your bugs talking?
Have you considered where our ‘gut feelings’ come from – where is their root, and how do they develop?
Evidence-based medicine – what is evidence anyway?
The modern trend of an increasing reliance on outside information, rather than learning to listen to the wisdom of our own bodies needs to be thoroughly questioned and explored.
All of us – What we always wanted, but never cared to seek
The décor might have changed, but true evolution lays not in the material but how we treat ourselves, each other and from there, all we share this planet with and Earth itself.
How do we know if our choice around food is a true one?
Do we choose food based on what our body says, or based on what we have been told is good for us?