Overcoming Challenges in the Kitchen Garden

Overcoming Challenges in the Kitchen GardenWinter 2017, Living Well Magazine by Wendy Neagle After another abundant organic food growing season I thought I would share with you some of our non-success moments and challenges within the kitchen garden. And yes, we have many - organic food farming is often a process of creative and innovative … Continue reading Overcoming Challenges in the Kitchen Garden

Walking El Camino de Santiago

Walking El Camino de SantiagoWinter 2017, Living Well Magazine by Madeleine Selian Readers may remember long-time member of the Gawler community, Madeleine Selian, from her inspiring feature story ‘The Gift of Life’ in our Winter 2014 edition of Living Well magazine. Madeleine attended her first cancer program in early 2003, and has continued to attend … Continue reading Walking El Camino de Santiago

The “Beginner’s Mind” in Meditation

The “Beginner’s Mind” in MeditationWinter 2017, Living Well Magazine by Paul Bedson Zen master Shunryo Suzuki encouraged his meditation students, even the advanced ones, to practice with Beginner’s Mind (Shoshin). Beginner’s Mind is having an attitude of freshness, curiosity, openness, receptivity, eagerness and humility. In Beginner’s Mind there is a lack of expectations, preconceptions and … Continue reading The “Beginner’s Mind” in Meditation

Bali Adventures

Bali AdventuresSpring 2017, Living Well Magazine July 2017 was a memorable month for the Foundation, with our first ever International retreat taking place amidst the amidst the tranquil rice fields of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Participants enjoyed a week of rejuvenation for the body, mind and soul… experiencing authentic Balinese accomodation, surroundings and traditions, delicious organic … Continue reading Bali Adventures

Dean Ornish Lifestyle Research

Dean Ornish Lifestyle ResearchAutumn 2017, Living Well Magazine For a decade Dean Ornish has studied prostate cancer and the effects of lifestyle interventions on the progression of the disease. The long-term studies have consistently shown that intensive lifestyle changes have been shown to decease Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) readings, increase telomere length, and slow the … Continue reading Dean Ornish Lifestyle Research