CHIARA TOWNLEY describes four human qualities that have helped to remain open and keep her sense of wonder alive. In the first years of life, we are eager to learn how to walk and speak. Then we go to school and study a variety of subjects – our minds are open to receive, like sponges. When we become adults, we spend more time reinforcing our existing beliefs and creating separation between us and ‘the other’, instead of learning from our differences. Self-development is not possible if we close ourselves into our cocoon;......
In part 2 of this exclusive interview with DR CRYSTAL JONES, she explores the notion of being here in the present moment. Dr Jones is fluent in many languages of healing, including medicine, alternative...Read More
Ravi Ravendran Retired Project Director, Wellington, New Zealand In the early ’70s, when I went to London to further my studies, telephone calls were so expensive that I only managed to speak to my...Read More
Feelings and Emotions in the Heart In the previous 2 articles of the series, RAVI VENKATESAN set a framework for how prior disposition, ideas, thoughts, emotions and feelings all play a huge part in...Read More