In early April, a crucial report in response to the COVID 19 pandemic by The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin, found that Vitamin D plays a critical role in preventing respiratory infections, reducing antibiotic use, and boosting the immune system response to infections.
There is certainly a sense of change growing on the Earth and even more so, there seems to be a real desire for positive change. We can choose to focus collectively on positive change. So how do we do this? Mainly by letting go of fear.
1. Decide on three things you want to achieve this year Deciding on just a few things you'd like to change is a better way to succeed than having a list of items that you know deep down you are not going to stick with. Give some thought to three areas of your life that … Continue reading #Lifehacks: New Year – New You
Points to ponder The basics: You’re alive You’re breathing Think about that... There’s no need to look for miracles. The way that breathing works is a miracle in itself. How do you value a breath? How much do you think a dying person would pay to be able to guarantee one more hour of breath? … Continue reading #Lifehacks: What we owe to ourselves
Time for a music break! The featured music is from John Adorney, a wonderful musician based in the US who creates music that is perfect for relaxation, meditation and for healing. As well as being a composer, John is a board-certified music therapist (MT-BC) who works on a one-to-one basis with people with autism and other developmental disabilities. … Continue reading Healing sounds
🧐 A little bit of wisdom... 🤓 A little bit of intellectual stimulation.. Quantum mechanics theory says parallel universes may exist and interact To the average person, quantum mechanics is the convoluted, science fiction-y branch of physics. A radical new theory plays into that, proposing that parallel universes exist and interact with each other ‒ … Continue reading Random chill
Sound healing is used by many therapists, myself included, to promote a sense of deep calm and wellbeing. I personally use the Solfeggio frequencies both in background music and directly using tuning forks and the deep relaxation that follows is quite spectacular. Whether sound frequencies in themselves promote healing or whether they lead to a … Continue reading The healing power of sound
Do you want to fall in love 😍 with someone you've just met, or to reconnect with your current partner? If so try Dr Arthur Aron's scientific approach to falling in love. If so then here's how to do it. First listen to Dr Aron speak below on what he has discovered in his studies … Continue reading 36 questions: The science of falling in #love!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qctO16p34k Kim O'Leary kimoleary.com Kim O'Leary - vocals-keyboards-synths-drum programming Brett Garsed - lead + ambient guitar Joe Creighton - bass Geoff Bridgford - acoustic guitar Written + prod by Kim O'Leary
From nature-inspired design to design-inspired nature Neri Oxman – Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT Media Laboratory and her team are looking at inspiring, ecologically sustainable and wildly innovative ways to design a better future. Short version at TED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVa_IZVzUoc Gemini Acoustic Chaise created with Stratasys 3D Printing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uz7LpDR-Gew More detail from … Continue reading #Neri Oxman: Designing a better future