Life in the slow lane

This morning I was driving along a busy section of the road past Gateshead. The traffic was quite slow, still moving but rather packed. I wasn’t able to pull out into the fast lane because of the traffic. So I ambled along at 40 mph along the dual carriageway behind a white van. The van […] Read more »

Categories: EFT

Meridian Therapy on Video

If you’ve never experienced EFT it sounds far too silly to have any effect so I’ve been searching around on Google Video and You Tube for examples of EFT. I found a few, some of them I thought looked too silly! Treating a Height Phobia with Energy Psychology 12 min 49 sec – 02-Nov-2006 This […] Read more »

EFT Courses In January 2007

I’m running a variety of Emotional Freedom Technique courses in the New Year. If you’re interested in how to use this approach to personal wellbeing I’d be delighted to see there. Newcastle There’ll be a day long EFT Level 1 courses running at the Teaching Centre, St Oswald’s Hospice on Saturday January 20th. Hexham There […] Read more »

Categories: EFT

Mindfulness the Movie

OK, that’s a bit of an exaggeration. What I’ve found is a Google Video talk by Jon Kabat-Zinn who’s work in using mindfulness meditation, and excellent book ‘Wherever you go, there you are’, I’ve mentioned before. If you know something about mindfulness and his work then Jon Kabat-Zinn: Coming to Our Senses will not tell […] Read more »

Jumping to the wrong conclusions

A few days ago I was waiting to be served at my favourite coffee shop in Hexham. Just in front of me a young lad, perhaps twelve or thirteen was ordering two drinks. Since it was mid-morning on a school day I wondered why he was there. I decided that he must be bunking off […] Read more »


WonderCafe a fascinating site by The United Church of Canada has a very engaging website including a theological squirrel and a remarkable series of adverts. Even if you are for, against or indifferent to the Christian point of view, the adverts are in my opinion a very clever way of engaging people in ethical/spiritual thinking. […] Read more »