Sue Stuart-Smith – a psychiatrist, psychotherapist and author of the book “The Well-Gardened Mind” – talks about the importance of gardens, plants and green spaces for our mental wellbeing.
What do yoga and maternity have in common? How can taking control of our body help us to reflect on how we view ourselves and our children?
Amid the chaos of our everyday lives, it is often difficult to focus on what we truly want. We can achieve this by following Mallika Chopra and cultivating intentions.
Given how little control we have of our wandering minds, how can we cultivate real mental autonomy?
Konstanty Moes-Oskragiełło was the first Polish vegetarian. But he also held a number of radical – and controversial – views about health and society.
Modern society is moving further and further away from greenery, with forests and parks obscured behind screens and windows.
Permaculture – an approach that adopts successful self-sufficient systems from nature – might hold the key to producing healthy food in a time of ecological crisis.
Spring is the perfect time to be inspired by nature – flowers can be a great source of knowledge for us humans.
Intentions have great power. In order to harness this power, we must first understand what intention is, before taking a mindful approach to it.
The spring weather can be enjoyed mindfully. A meditation teacher suggests five walking meditation exercises.