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    Speech gives reality to our thoughts

    The other day I was having lunch with two friends, both of whom go to a slimming club. However, I was shocked when they referred to it as “the FAT club”! When I questioned this they said “that’s what all the members call it…”. I explained how words can have a very profound effect on us, even simple stuff that we say internally to ourselves…

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    Six Simple Sentences

    I love the whole concept of Mindfulness, it’s profoundly simple, yet we make it complicated. I came across this recently by Buddhist teacher Tilopa; maybe if you write them on a card and refer to them often throughout your day it will help you to live more in the now!

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    Mental Health, Cakes and Communication

    The stigma about mental health is really ridiculous, most people will have a mental health problem at some point in their life, even if just very mildly. It’s about time society started to acknowledge it. Why should it be okay to say you’re suffering from IBS or chronic pain, but it’s not okay to mention anything even vaguely related to mental health. Well it’s about time we got a grip on this. Let’s just talk about it, what is the problem?

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    Tips to grow your brain

    The reason it’s good to build new neurons in the brain is that they can act as a kind of safeguard against the ageing diseases like Dementia. Just like our bodies need to move to stay strong and flexible, so too, does the brain need its workout.
    For example people who can speak more than one language seem to be able to delay Dementia by several years. This appears to be down to…

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    When you feel out of sorts…

    Values drive your behaviour. If you don’t fulfil your core values everyday then you will usually have a sense of discontentment or unhappiness.

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cakewide

Mental Health, Cakes and Communication

The stigma about mental health is really ridiculous, most people will have a mental health problem at some point in their life, even if just very mildly. It’s about time society started to acknowledge it. Why should it be okay to say you’re suffering from IBS or chronic pain, but it’s not okay to mention anything even vaguely related to mental health. Well it’s about time we got a grip on this. Let’s just talk about it, what is the problem?

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Tips to grow your brain

The reason it’s good to build new neurons in the brain is that they can act as a kind of safeguard against the ageing diseases like Dementia. Just like our bodies need to move to stay strong and flexible, so too, does the brain need its workout.
For example people who can speak more than one language seem to be able to delay Dementia by several years. This appears to be down to…

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Speech gives reality to our thoughts

The other day I was having lunch with two friends, both of whom go to a slimming club. However, I was shocked when they referred to it as “the FAT club”! When I questioned this they said “that’s what all the members call it…”. I explained how words can have a very profound effect on us, even simple stuff that we say internally to ourselves…

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Six Simple Sentences

I love the whole concept of Mindfulness, it’s profoundly simple, yet we make it complicated. I came across this recently by Buddhist teacher Tilopa; maybe if you write them on a card and refer to them often throughout your day it will help you to live more in the now!

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