The horrors of bushfires don’t go away when the last fire is out. Effects can live on for months or years in the minds and hearts – and bodies — of many people , whether their involvement was actual or as a witness.
When the nationally popular Australian Women’s Weekly runs an article supporting mental health that talks about ‘strengthening your energy body’ and ‘connecting to your Higher Self’ — as it does this month (November 2020) – then we can see that the cutting-edge field of energy medicine is arriving in the larger public consciousness.
Are you someone who feels emotions deeply, and can’t hide this? Do you feel the suffering of others? Have people told you, ‘You’re just too sensitive, let it go!’
If so, perhaps you are one of the 20% of humans who fit the sensitive temperament profile now accepted by mainstream psychology. Read more
If you’re in an unhappy marriage where you and your spouse have many hostile arguments, you’re not only stressed — but according to researchers, you are also doubling your risk of developing heart disease.
Heart disease is known as Australia’s biggest killer. Read more
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How could your major illness possibly be involved with something bad that happened to you as a child, up to 18? Surprisingly, modern researchers suggest that following this lead could hold promise for you.
In the world’s largest ongoing scientific study connecting serious illness with childhood trauma, the major finding is that, undeniably, unresolved childhood traumatic events are associated with ALL the primary adult health and behaviour risks or diseases. Read more