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Our everyday experience tells us that our emotions cause us to behave in certain ways.

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The principle of positive action is that when we think of something happy our body also expresses happiness. We are a holistic system and so whenever one tiny thing changes it has repercussions on the whole system.    Read More

Snacking when you are stressed can lead you down a road to an unhealthy weight.  From birth, we have learned to associate food with emotions and most of us don’t realize the huge emotional role that food plays in our lives.

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In today’s fast paced society, we become so intent and focused on day-to-day activities that we tend to ignore our body’s feelings and sensations and habitually continue to push ourselves to achieve the goals and intentions we have set out for ourselves.   Read More

Our body may not appear to have a voice yet it speaks to us in each moment of the day and as we learn to listen to the messages our body is giving us we become more aware of how our interactions with things, people, situations and the world around us impacts us on every level of our being.    Read More

Have you ever wondered why we understand something we see, read or hear differently to someone else?  This can be anything from a movie, a play or ballet, to art, reading a book or even during a conversation…     Read More

Scientists who study and research the human brain, have come to know that even the brains’ unassuming act of perception is in fact an experience of astounding intricacy and as we begin to realise that our perceptions are greatly influenced by many life events and external factors, as discussed in our article about “How we experience things” we can better understand how we perceive our world, the things around us and the people in it.     Read More

17th November 2014

How we experience things

While practising sophrology we discover how our pre-judgement or prior knowledge plays an important part in our understanding, we become aware of how our own views, biases, culture and personal history have a significant impact on how we view the world.     Read More