Healing

What is Holotropic Breathwork? “Holotropic Breathwork is an experience approach to self-exploration and therapy.” – Stan Grof Coined by founder and psychiatrist Stanislav Grof, holotropic comes from the ancient Greek words (holo + tropé) meaning ‘whole’ and ‘movement towards,’ indicating that Holotropic is all about moving towards wholeness. Psychotherapist and breathwork facilitator Andrea Anstiss explains more about this trending protocol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPvwr4lQ20E&feature=youtu.be Initially, Stan...
Emotions are natural states of being that we naturally experience. We laugh when we’re happy, we frown when we’re serious, and we cry when we’re sad. But do we allow ourselves to cry? Most often, we don’t. In our world, sadness is often avoided or cloaked with a neutral emotion. Although the intent was to cheer one up but...
The world is opening up for men. The old bottle-it-up and/or pretend you’re not affected strategy to managing emotions or psychological challenges has evolved to a talk-it-through approach. Men are starting to realize that talking about their feelings can help them live happier, healthier lives. — Ronald Levant, Ed.D., a cofounder of the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and...
Milan Karmeli is a German-born psychosomatic therapist from a multi-cultural Syrian and Iranian family background. He is passionate about facilitating authentic and dynamic processes with people using a combination of cognitive and body-related therapeutic modalities. In addition to private practice, he facilitates a variety of therapy and personal growth workshops all over Europe and the Middle East. Dedicated to raising...
What is life? You could answer the question in myriad ways or just shrug it off with a ‘who knows’ or ‘how-does-it-matter’ attitude. A definition that has stuck with me is this; ‘Life is an eternal relationship with vibrations’. By going deeper into the meaning of these words, one can discover powerful aspects of life’s true purpose. Dr. Pradeep...
Take Bob Marley’s ‘Three Little Birds’ or Aretha Franklin’s ‘Respect’; sometimes, in the history of music, someone will write a song that endures powerfully, forever. These classics make history and often become universally adored by people of all ages, all over the world. Below are 4 great songs that have healed millions for decades. I have handpicked these tunes from...
People are lovely. Friendships are what makes life sweeter. Bur what do you do when s friend is sometimes hurtful, unsupportive or doesn’t value you? The end result is that you part ways because often time, people choose to not give energy to a relationship that does worse for you than better. But in-between those two steps, if the...
As fundamentally social beings, relationships are essential to our wellbeing. This month the challenge is to not only explore ourselves, but to also find parts of ourselves in others. The purpose of this exercise is to nudge people to be mutually vulnerable. Intimacy is powerful. By stripping away the superficial, two people can connect on a deeper level, and...
Yes that’s me. And now that I have learnt that this trait–found in 15 to 20 percent of the population is normal as it affects too many people to be classed a ‘disorder’, I feel validated. I am not crazy after all... Lisa Durante investigates. This complex percentile I belong to however is often misunderstood, starting with myself. For as...
People often say “I only listen to music with lyrics", and, when it comes to music that heals, listening to lyrics can be beneficial because of the guidance they can offer. But sometimes all you need is a captivating melody to carry you away. I find that if a piece of music is wordless, it stimulates me more to use my imagination and...
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