In our Autumn 2019 issue, we were thrilled to profile the work of the amazing vulnerability pioneer, Brené Brown. The full article is available below – read on and enjoy!
If you are experiencing mental health challenges and seeking support, we recommend the amazing DAWNCLOUDS support groups, founded by Colin Devereux. Read on to learn more!
We love this article by yoga and Somatic movement teacher Laura Sarah Dowdall, where she talks about the mind-body connection, and how tapping into this connection can facilitate our healing process. Check out her website to learn all about her work!
Our Autumn 2019 issue has just hit the shelves – and we are celebrating by sharing this sneak peek of our main feature: a profile of the amazing Brené Brown. Enjoy!
On Thursday October 3rd, the interviewer will become the interviewed as our very own Paul Congdon takes the hot seat!
We are thrilled to be hosting the spiritual teacher and retreat leader Jac O’Keeffe for a special morning event in the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, on Tuesday September 17th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will begin with Jac telling us all about her fascinating journey, followed by a Q & A with the audience.
On Wednesday September 4th, in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin 8, the Happy Pear are holding a special evening with The Skin Nerd® founder, Jennifer Rock, discussing how you can feed your skin from the inside out. They will then be launching a four-week online course called ‘The Happy Skin’ in conjunction with The Skin Nerd® team. Read on to learn more!
Spiritual adventurer and satsang practitioner Jac O’Keefe has gone through a fascinating journey to awakening. We are excited to be interviewing her for our Winter 2019/20 issue – due to hit shelves in early December – and in the meantime, she will be hosting a weekend retreat in Westport, Co. Mayo, from Friday September 20th to Sunday September 22nd. Click here for all the details and read on to learn more!
We highly recommend checking out this article from our Summer 2019 issue, in which Dusty Staub and Cliona O’Hanlon outline how to embrace the art of fearless, inspired leadership.
We love this article from our Summer 2019 issue, in which we learned all about the new book ‘How to Be Human’: a collaboration between comedienne and mental health pioneer Ruby Wax, Buddhist monk Gelong Thubten and neuroscientist Dr. Ash Ranpura.