I had the recent opportunity to visit a place that few venture to – Tibet. What occurred while there was a bit of an awakening, and a valuable lesson on cultivating intuition.
In an article by Nicola Jane Hobbs, she makes a strong case for following your heart. Her 5 reasons to do so include:
- To connect
- To find our true path
- To allow yourself to heal
- To love oneself
- To love others
Each reason would resonate to those with open hearts and minds, but may still draw some ire from skeptics and those who look only to “facts” and “science” as a basis for making decisions and ruling life. So just what is the science and findings of the age-old advice to follow your heart? Read more
For centuries, civilizations and different cultures have believed we are more than simple mechanistic beings. The idea of a comprehensive view or humans as body, mind and spirit is not a new age one. Yet today, we may use the words body, mind and spirit, but we do so in an esoteric manner, and almost never do we utter such non-scientific, feel-good jargon in the medical field.
But in order to truly understand health, don’t we need to go further than the Newtonian ‘bodies are like machines’ approach? And does modern day science offer a new understanding of body, mind and spirit that can provide better healthcare? Read more