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The Magic of the Autumn Equinox

by Danu Forest Autumn is a time of rich abundance. The freshening air after a long summer can reinvigorate us, and encourage a more wistful, reflective state of mind that can help us develop our awareness to a deeper level. The scents of wood smoke…

Conversation with Matthew Campling , author of The 12-Type Enneagram

Steve Nobel interviews Matthew Campling , author of The 12-Type Enneagram. Follow Watkins Media on SoundCloud and listen to the latest interviews and talks. https://soundcloud.com/watkins-media/the-12-type-enneagram-know-your-type-improve-your-life Matthew Campling (MA Psych, BA Hons Cllg) is an accredited psychotherapist who has run a private therapy practice for nearly…

The Power of Grief in Bringing Us Closer to Connection

By Tara J Lal When I was thirteen my mother died of cancer and my father spiraled into debilitating mental illness. I found solace in the connection I had with my beloved older brother. Then, when I was seventeen, he took his own life, leaving…

You Can Series – Get 30% Off Until Sunday!

  ‘We can live life in the fast lane, pushing ourselves hard from one experience to the next, until one day we can push ourselves no more; or we can turn off the superhighway to follow quieter, slower roads that encourage our driving skills, rather…

Behind the Scenes at Wilderness: Tom Fortes Mayer

We had a chat with Tom Fortes Mayer, author of The Freemind Experience following his experience at Wilderness festival 2015, which took place at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire on August 6-9. At Wilderness Tom run a workshop and led visitors to discover how to apply simple…

Introducing the Cathars

by Andrew Phillip Smith The Cathars may be approached from many angles. Yet there is a hole at the centre of all this widespread fascination. The Cathars are remembered chiefly because of the atrocities committed against them in the Albigensian Crusade of the thirteenth century.…

Podcast/ Jung as Natural Being

Claire Dunne reads Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul https://soundcloud.com/watkins-media/claire-dunne-reads-carl-jung-wounded-healer-of-the-soul From Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul by Claire Dunne, pp. 22-23 This beautifully illustrated biography tells the story of one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century. Carl Jung continues…

Synchronicity in an Author’s Life and Professional Journey

by Chris Mackey Sometimes I am asked how a mainstream and research-oriented clinical psychologist like myself can believe in synchronicity. After all, isn't synchronicity a somewhat mystical and unscientific notion? It implies that apparent coincidences may be non-random, somehow connecting our thinking and the external…

WIN The Body Balance Diet Plan by Eminé Ali Rushton!

  We are giving away a copy of The Body Balance Diet Plan by Eminé Ali Rushton! The competition ends on Thursday 20 August and the winner will be randomly selected!   Enter our competition below. GOOD LUCK!   a Rafflecopter giveaway

Word of the Month: Refresh

by Dani Di Pirro This article is part of the 2015 Word of the Month series, based on the monthly theme featured in the Every Day Matters 2015 Diary I designed for Watkins Publishing. In the planner, each month has a theme highlighted in the weekly illustrations,…