The ‘Black Death’ or bubonic plague, as it was known – based on the boils or ‘buboes’ that formed and spread in the lymph nodes of its victims – devastated the continent of Europe and the Middle East from 1347 to around 1353, after it equally...
The compound CBD (Cannabidiol) is derived from the marijuana or hemp plant and is currently the newest rage and being touted as the latest ‘cure-all’ in the health and wellbeing industry. The claims made by its proponents cover a broad spectrum of supposed benefits,...
Society tends to hold a position that only those with the kinds of academic credentials that include the letters PhD are worthy of listening to when it comes to investigating and explaining Life and the Universe we live in. But what if all we truly needed to gain a...
Is it possible that what we consume goes far beyond the everyday act of eating food, and that it all affects our daily state of being?
Have you ever found yourself getting into a panic over losing something valuable to you? Find out the secret to finding the most precious of all ‘lost’ items.
Although some believe what we observe in our lives all stems from some cosmic ‘accident’, the truth is far more magnificent.
Ever find yourself making a decision to buy something even though your body was telling you something is not quite right about it? After reading this blog you may think twice next time.
Could the dismissive term ‘Whatever’ be more than a ‘throwaway’ phrase, but indeed a sign of a deeper giving up on life in general?
Going through life by making everything into a battle or an ‘us vs. them’ approach will only lead to more separation and inner pain.
So often we can hold onto a picture of perfection, dreading making mistakes, when if fact they can provide some of the richest opportunities for learning and growth.
Placing conditions on our lives in a way that comes from either an expectation for something in return for our actions or an ideal of what a ‘good life’ means can be a set-up for an unauthentic and limiting existence.
With my eyes always being drawn to the skies from early childhood, this is an exploration of how I came to look at my work on airplanes through the eyes of a ‘doctor’.