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How Emotions Are Made: A Book Review

The Book: “How Emotions are made”. By Lisa Feldman Barret. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcout (2017) Why should you care how your emotions are made? Let me ask you this: how often do you feel a victim of your emotions? or someone else’s? Conversely how often to you feel fully in charge of your emotions? […]

Habits Big & Small: Flossing Investigated

This post is a summary of some research on flossing.  Before you yawn and go to sleep – think – what can be learnt from flossing about other habits and hence building a better life? At the start of the article Judah and his mates remind us of some of the things we have learnt […]

Changing Circumstance, Disrupting Habits

Habits are Automatic How much did you today that was simply a repetition of yesterday?  Was your breakfast similar? Maybe it was different but you sat in the same chair or ate it at the same time? What about the order of your morning ablutions? The route you took to work?  The irresistible snack you […]

Red meat and death etc – again! Were our ancestors really so smart?

A fascinating study published recently is definitely worth a read in this day of low carb high fat diet trends. The study followed over half a million americans aged 58 to 71 years, for 16 years.  That is MASSIVE in terms of a sample size for research. Of course many of them were dead by […]

Reiki Part Two: What does the Research Say

This is part two of a three part series on the ancient biofield healing modality of Reiki.  The parts are: What is Reiki What the research says My personal journey Here we will talk about the research on the topic. But first let me explain – in scientific research an individual study is not seen […]