Each issue, Network Ireland dedicates space in the magazine to raise awareness of a charity. This issue we spoke to Dr Matthew Farrelly in St Francis Hospice, Raheny about the hospice movement, and the reality of death and bereavement in Ireland.
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We hooked up with Bruce Damer and Galen Brandt, both virtual world pioneers; to talk about the holistic use of technology, and how social media like Twitter and Facebook can enable us to bring about positive change by allowing us to communicate on a scale that has never before been possible.
Having run great Laughter Yoga workshops at Spirit in the City and the 2011 Spirit Of Folk Festival, Angie Kinsella of Yogaway wrote this great little article highlighting some of the benefits that Laughter Yoga brought to her life.
Loving and being loved are immensely powerful states. Physician and Consultant Psychiatrist Dr. Brenda Davies contributed this great piece to Network Ireland on harnessing and understanding the healing power of love in our relationships.
Steven O' Riordan gives a very helpful and comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of meditation and Mindfulness - a way to ground and connect to ourselves and one another. When was the last time you lived in the moment - Embraced the eternal present with open attention and without judgement, Instead of letting your life pass you by?
For over twenty years, Network Ireland has been a place for like-hearted people to connect. Martin Duffy, director of the Oaktree Charitable Trust, talks about the part Network has played in the past, and the part it can play in the future of the Irish holistic scene.
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