Deep History Without music life would be a mistake. – Nietzsche The psychoanalyst Ehrenzweig commented: It is not unreasonable to speculate that speech and music have descended from a common origin in a primitive language . . . . Later this primeval language would have split into different branches: music would have retained the articulation […]
When we think of mindfulness it can often be overwhelming. “What is it? How do I do it? I don’t have the time.” Like many things in today’s society, there is a misconception that we must go all-in to achieve anything. The hustle culture has made its way into even the most unsuspecting of activities.
Exercise and mental health go hand in hand however, they are not mutually exclusive. You can still suffer from mental health problems as a regular exerciser, and starting to exercise is not an all-out cure for mental health issues. There is a stubborn myth that exercise must involve some suffering. Many of the exercises Alex
Mental health in the workplace is not a myth, it is not something that has been sesnationalised, rather, something that has been realised. Workplace mental health is such a poignant issue because much of the stress that the work environment can cause leads to mental health issues. In today’s hustle culture, stress is worn like
Often, when we hear someone is stressed or suffering from mental health issues we recommend that they look after their wellbeing. We suggest meditation, therapy, exercise, healthy eating, if there’s a book on it, we offer it up as a solution. But what about prevention? Though prevention is not always possible there are things that
We have all been affected by mental health issues at some point in our lives. If we have not experienced it yet ourselves…
Scientific advancement is a wonderful thing. It has allowed us as humans to explore the universe and uncover many of its secrets.
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I was recently reading a quite striking article about the dangers of mindfulness. As someone who practices meditation and teaches holistic practices I think it is important to acknowledge these things, if only to prevent further suffering where possible. There is no cure-all, no matter how alluring this prospect might be. At the same time