Tag Archives: perception

What is Missing?

Here in Brighton the last days of 2017 were stormy, with high winds and rain turning to snow. Just before Christmas I stepped out of the cold to enjoy a warming cup of hot chocolate in a local café. The … Continue reading

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Letter to a Prisoner

Recently I visited a man in prison. The length of his sentence meant that in all probability by the time he was eligible for parole his children would have grown up and his parents unlikely to still be alive. This … Continue reading

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Half Full? Half Empty?

There is a glass of water sitting on the table. Looking at it I ask myself a familiar question, “Is this glass half full or half empty?” Sometimes I am sure the glass is half full, at other times I … Continue reading

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Why do we feel separate?

A short talk with David Crean.

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Did you make new year resolutions for yourself this year? It’s become something of a tradition to dream a self we would like to be and then set goals to achieve that. We wish to improve ourselves, become better… or … Continue reading

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Slowing down

Life can sometimes feel overwhelming. Every moment of the day is filled with something that demands our attention: jobs, children, family, housework. We are bombarded with information every day – advice on how we should be, products we should buy … Continue reading

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Body Resonance and the Client-Therapist Relationship

Body Resonance is a quantum medicine approach to health and well-being that recognizes the effect consciousness has on physical health. It is an approach that is informed by the quality of connection between therapist and client, or more precisely, the … Continue reading

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