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Why we don’t let love in
Continuing the Valentine’s Day theme from last month, for March 2015 we have chosen an awesome audio all about love and why we sometimes avoid letting it in.
Learning to observe and not absorb life
From suffering Supra Ventricular Tachycardia to a life full of vitality and free of illness, Nicola Lessing shares how she has reclaimed herself after the root cause of her problems were revealed in a Reading by Serge Benhayon.
Knowing when to let go and rest
The readings of Serge Benhayon are multidimensional, timely and timeless. Nicola Lessing shares the reading she received during a heart incident that led to surgery, and how the support and wisdom of this reading is still relevant and valuable many years later.
Working together – Group work: Part 1
We work as teams and groups for much of our working lives - why is it important to consider the way our teams and groups function? Is it possible that the way we work in teams or groups has a wider impact than we realise?
The Roseto Effect – A lesson on the true cause of heart disease
The Roseto Effect was a study conducted in the 1950s that has the potential to blow the lid on the true cause of heart disease. Yet the question remains, why has this study not changed the way we think about heart disease?
Alcohol consumption: Is there a recommended daily intake?
Dr. Amelia Stephens busts the myths behind “recommended daily drinking”
Heart disease – is it all about love?
Facts and causes of heart disease and what you can do to help yourself.
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?
Opening my heart to love again
Your heart can lead the way in life . . . read this man's account of his life and how the way he lived it nearly killed him, and how his heart brought him back home
Smoking dope (marijuana)
Marijuana came into my life as a relief from the feeling of tiredness through lack of sleep and a continual bombardment of thoughts and the feeling of everything coming in on me. I was not happy, work was drudgery and I was after an escape from this cell that was my life.
Captain of our Titanic – A deeper look at what is killing men
Men have been the so-called 'dominant' gender for a long time, and yet at the same time suicide and heart disease are the leading causes of death. What is going on that leads so many men to take their own lives or die of a broken heart?
A simple experiment – a huge fact
Heart Disease is the number 1 killer for men, and stress is attributed as being one of its greatest contributors. But what is underneath our stress, and is it perhaps more self-induced than we realise? Otto Bathhurst undertakes a most interesting experiment.
Good real estate… It’s hard to find
Our human real estate – our body – is depreciating, with no end in sight to this cycle. When and how will this cycle turn around?