Articles

by O.R. Melling
01/05/2017

As more and more crimson-robed monks piled into the jeep, squashing me into a corner against the window, I began to wonder if we might go for a Guinness World Record. It was early in the morning, about half-seven, but the Indian sun was already heating up despite the fact it was winter time.

by Network Magazine
01/05/2017

Patrick Holford is a world-famous nutritionist and author of over 30 books, including the best-selling ‘Optimum Nutrition Bible’ and ‘Optimum Nutrition for the Mind’. Patrick’s books have sold over a million copies worldwide.

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.

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