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Matthieu Ricard, Mind and Life, Dalai Lama, happiness, humanitarian
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 Matthieu Ricard: a happy balance

Matthieu Ricard is a scientist, author, photographer and the Dalai Lama’s right-hand man. Above all, though, he’s a devoted Buddhist monk who seeks to promote compassion.Read more »

Matthieu Ricard, Mind and Life, Dalai Lama, happiness, humanitarian, author, meditation, Buddhism
yoga,children,bedtime,sleep,bonding

Yoga for children

Deep breathing and a focus on slow, deliberate movements, all told with an uplifting story ... yoga is a great way to prepare kids for sleep, even when they’re energetic and excitable.

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menstruation, women\'s health, menstrual cycle, yoga, asanas

Yoga and your menstrual cycle

Menstruation is a time of intuition and deep insight. Gentle yoga asanas will take the discomfort and stress out of menstruation so you can embrace the reflective energy and just be with yourself.

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Yoga, diabetes, health

Yoga for diabetes

Get your diabetes under control with a few simple yoga poses.

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fitness, health, benefits, brain, body

6 reasons to increase your fitness

Why bother getting fit? Because fitness impacts on everything, from your body to your hormones to your brain. Read on for more reasons to get moving.

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candida, gut, health, diet, bacteria

Yeast of burden

Do you experience bloating, flatulence, thrush, “foggy” head, bad breath, peeling skin on the feet, jock itch, headaches, irritable bowel or fatigue? These symptoms and many more can be caused by a little organism called Candida albicans.Read more »

Gandhi, spirit, spirituality, India, influence

The spirituality of politics

Mohandas Gandhi was arguably the most important Indian political and spiritual leader of the 20th century. His influence extends well beyond India to other countries and leaders, including Dr Martin Luther King and the Dalai Lama.Read more »

health, mother, parenting, disease, Lyme

Tick-bite trauma

Where do you turn when your toddler starts to display disturbing symptoms that no one can adequately explain?Read more »

running, exercise, health, sleep, benefits

Sleep & exercise advice

There is a two-way relationship between sleep and exercise: they help each other. The question is, how do they help and how can you make the relationship a harmonious one?Read more »

parenting, family, children, connect, social

Being a switched-off parent

How do you connect with your children and ensure you are setting an example of quality family time in which everyone is present, not just physically, but emotionally and mentally, too?Read more »

life, living, positive, sharing, kindness

Random acts of kindness

How many times have you thought about changing the world but cried in frustration because it’s such a big job? Simple acts of selfless giving can go a long way to making our communities, and even our small planet, better.Read more »

finance, money, saving, wise, spending

The cash trap

For many people, “just a little more money” is all that’s needed for happiness — but is money a genuine happiness remedy or is it an emotional mirage?Read more »

mushroom, health, fungi, wellness, vitality

The magic of mushrooms

The more you learn about mushrooms, the more phenomenal and magical they become. Fungi are truly amazing and potentially earth-saving.Read more »