The Origin of Mindfulness?

  Members PDF Download Members Text Only Members Audio Not a subscriber? When, over evolutionary time, have human beings stopped doing their usual daily tasks, been overwhelmed by a wondrous, beautiful and irresistible change in the environment that affects all...

No-one Expects the Smiling Inquisition!

  Smiling has to be a good thing and, broadly speaking, it is, but Aparna Labroo and colleagues have conducted research that shows it depends on what you are expecting.   Despite the somewhat infamous title line from Monty Python, the research examined the...

Seasonal Affective Disorder: SAD

Seasonal Affective Disorder: SAD Dr. Lori Ann Russell-Chapin in conversation with Richard Hill Find the Magazine Issue Here Richard: Welcome Lori. First of all, tell me a little bit about yourself. Lori: I have a PhD in Counseling, and I’ve been teaching at...

Prepared, Ready and Able

  Go to the download You come home from a long day of work and as you wander past the kitchen you see the refrigerator and the next thing you know, you have opened the fridge door and you are extracting a selection of tasty treats. How did that happen? Did you...

Breakthrough Depression Solution

Book Review by Richard Hill MA, MEd, MBMSc. Breakthrough Depression Solution (2nd Edition): Mastering your mood with nutrition, diet and supplementation Authors: James M Greenblatt, MD with Winnie To, BS Sunrise River Press—2016 The authors of Breakthrough...

A Quantum Leap In Our Thinking

Go to the download (members free) Ernest Rossi, in collaboration with Kathryn Rossi, have been challenging our thinking for nearly 50 years. Ernest Rossi’s collaboration in the 1970s with Milton Erickson was the early expression of his deep fascination and...

Good-Heartedness is Good for Your Heart

It seems almost weird and perhaps pretentious to suggest that there is science to show that kindness, good–heartedness, positive social engagement and feeling good about yourself is an evolved factor in our capacity to heal, be well and stay well, but this is...