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Developing Your Health Intuition With Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis

I get the impression that there is much suspicion about body types and how they relate to diet and exercise, and to be honest, when it comes down to the regular endomorph, mesomorph, ectomorph mullarkey, I’m inclined to share that suspicion. Ayurvedic body typing however, is an entirely different animal, and a little knowledge of […]

“Science” – is it actually science?

I’ve had a lot of cause to think about science this week, or mainly about our attitudes to it. I had a two-day run-in on Messenger with a friend (at least I hope he’s still a friend), which got quite heated about whether certain aspects of healing were scientific. It was very interesting and brought […]

My top twenty lies that keep people ill…

Below are my top twenty lies that keep people ill, depressed, lacking intuition and falling well short of their potential… but first… Who exactly am I? Why do I bother to post about all this health related stuff? This is the question I asked myself as I wrote one of my controversial long replies to […]

You’re not a doctor! Who the fuck do you think you are?

Big medical rant coming up. This has been brewing for a while, and I need to get it off my chest, so don’t read this if you don’t like swearing and passion. I keep getting dragged into discussions and arguments about all sorts of aspects of the medical profession, science, etc, and I often run […]

The Importance Of Feeling The Seasons.

  Most people are not even conscious of how the seasons affect us. If they are, their awareness usually goes only as far as a vague attempt to eat seasonally, if that, but even the full reasons for this are not understood. In the end most people just take notice of the daft government guidelines […]

My healing journey from psoriatic arthritis in words and pictures.

  Here’s a seven-photo journey through my healing from psoriatic arthritis and many other associated ailments connected with autoimmunity and inflammation. Click on the photo for a larger image. The full story of how I did this, from the hell of diagnosis to the bliss of coming out of it far better than I went […]