Articles

by Therese O'Driscoll
01/04/2017

“To touch the coarse skin of a tree is thus, at the same time to experience one’s own tactility, to feel oneself touched by the tree.

by UB Hawthorn
01/04/2017

"Road sinking, drive slowly" a road sign warns as we drive from the moist and lush lowlands of Bhutan's south border with India to its arid upper reaches in the Himalayas.

by Luigi Sciambarella
01/04/2017

We each have a brain, and it is a very complex device.  The speed of information processing is staggering, and it is highly efficient in providing you with a seamless experience of your inner and outer worlds.

by Stanislav Grof
01/04/2017

In the middle of the twentieth century, American psychology was dominated by two major schools – behaviourism, and Freudian psychology. Increasing dissatisfaction with these two orientations as adequate approaches to the human psyche led to the development of humanistic psychology.

by Susanne McCabe
01/04/2017

Mata Amritanandamayi is known throughout the world as Amma, or Mother, for her selfless love and compassion toward all beings. Widely regarded as one of India’s foremost spiritual leaders, Amma says that her religion is love.

by Neal Traynor
01/04/2017

Stress. Even reading the word ‘Stress’ can trigger a stress response in us. When we see the word on some level we begin to think about our own stress and whether or not we are managing it.

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