Could family mean more than just blood relations or biology, but in reality a quality of relationship and upholding of standards and values?
Modern science is telling us a lot about where we are finding ourselves as a human race. In this evidence-based world, science has become our new religion – so what is it offering as a guide for the future?
Can healing be a part of life and not strictly something which occurs in a clinic room? What if our dinner conversations, car journeys and interactions at work could all form part of someone’s healing?
What is the meaning of life? This is a question that is usually handled by religion or philosophy, but modern science has found clues to this question in the most unlikely of places, our DNA.
We are often told that we need to be responsible, but what does that really mean? Is there a science behind all life that informs and directs the degree and nature of responsibility we are prepared to accept?
What if our daily interactions weren’t as random or spontaneous as we might think, and were in fact part of a grand blueprint where each of us are offered countless opportunities to learn and evolve through each other?
When I am still within, I hear the sound of the One Song. It is not a sound like any earthly sound; it is high and unutterably sweet and harmonious, a many layered sound that makes up the One sound.
Is it possible to truly measure and treat illness based on a strictly three-dimensional understanding of the human body? Is there more for us to consider that is already established, but perhaps long forgotten?