The Missing Piece: The Integrative Approach

The Missing Piece:The Integrative ApproachAutumn 2016, Living Well Magazine DeeDee Maltman, an Integrative Doctor from the small yet cosmopolitan city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, recently attended our Eat Well : Live Well Retreat, having learned about our work through The Connection DVD (1). DeeDee has been a family doctor for 31 years. She loves conventional … Continue reading The Missing Piece: The Integrative Approach

Set Your Compass – A Roadmap to a Meaningful Life

Set Your Compass:A Roadmap to a Meaningful Life by Siegfried Gutbrod A recent study by an Australian palliative care nurse has shown that the biggest regret of people on their deathbed is ‘I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me’1. Yet in our … Continue reading Set Your Compass – A Roadmap to a Meaningful Life

Contributing your Inner Peace to World Peace by Ian Gawler

Contributing your Inner Peace to World Peace by Dr Ian Gawler Summer 2015/16, Living Well Magazine In response to the recent Paris terrorist attacks, headlines trumpeted “France vows ‘merciless’ response to unprecedented atrocity”. The French President, looking somewhat dazed, stated: “France will stand firm. We are going to fight and our fight will be merciless.”  … Continue reading Contributing your Inner Peace to World Peace by Ian Gawler

Christmas Presence and the “Santa Pause”

Christmas Presence and the “Santa Pause” By Paul Bedson Summer 2015/16, Living Well Magazine “Maybe Christmas, the Grinch thought, doesn’t come from a store.”- Doctor Seuss The Grinch is a grouchy, mean-spirited green monster with a heart “two sizes too small”. Annoyed by all the noisy and joyful celebrations of Christmas, he disguises himself as … Continue reading Christmas Presence and the “Santa Pause”

Sleep Wellness – the overnight remedy by Professor Avni Sali

Sleep Wellness – the overnight remedy By Professor Avni Sali Summer 2015/16, Living Magazine Most people can relate to the feelings of impaired daytime function and fatigue, lack of concentration and memory problems associated with a poor night’s sleep. But did you know that poor or insufficient sleep can also be a major health risk? … Continue reading Sleep Wellness – the overnight remedy by Professor Avni Sali

Asserting our Self to create our preferred World

Asserting our Self to create our preferred World by Dr Robyn Vickers-Willis “Ex-pression is the opposite of de-pression. Whenever we de-press, we usually need to ex-press.”  Sark, Living Juicy In my mid-thirties, when I first became a consultant to organisations, one of my first assignments was to design and run an assertiveness course. As I … Continue reading Asserting our Self to create our preferred World