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The original artificial intelligence
The world is rightly worried about the growth and use of artificial intelligence, yet are we missing the key conversation about the original artificial intelligence that created computer AI?
Current ‘self-care’ fads – do they really work?
Do populist self-care strategies in the workplace actually work, or do they just further add to our already full schedules; our various lists of tasks, goals, aspirations and resolutions?
Meditation, mindfulness, conscious presence – are these really the answers to a better life?
Can we continue to live the way we do and expect techniques and meditations to make us feel better and give us the life we have always dreamt of?
Where does our entertainment stop?
Do you have a constant array of thoughts in your head like a TV you can’t switch off? Read about Martin Gladman’s insights into how we can start to change the quality of our thoughts and as such, change our lives.
Whole body mindedness and working out in the gym
Working out in the gym doesn’t have to be about more, faster or harder; there is another way and that way is about whole body-mindedness, the intelligence of the body.
Introductory Gentle Breath Meditation®
Healthy body healthy mind
Taking time to love your body can lead to a healthy mind which means less critical thoughts. Love the body and the mind will follow.
Mindfulness is not the way back to who you are
The current fad for mindfulness meditation exposed for what it is: a dulling down of the tension we feel in life so that we can function with less feeling of the hurts we are carrying.
Mindfulness: it’s not the holy grail of awareness
Mindfulness – without the consideration of quality of energy – at best manages the state that we are already in, and at worst supports the ability to do many things that are in fact totally harmful to the body we are walking around in?
Mindfulness: the good and the bad
Mindfulness is the new buzzword and technique for health and wellbeing but is it really as good as the reports say? Is there more to our quality of life than being able to control and focus our mind?