In Positively Newsworthy: The Little Things, our editors offer some reflections and positive thoughts on subjects that have recently moved them. Enjoy the Spring 2023 edition below!
Positively Newsworthy: The Spring 2023 Edition
Positively Newsworthy is an uplifting section of the magazine, devoted to highlighting positive happenings in the world. Enjoy the stories from our Spring 2023 issue below!
Positively Newsworthy: The Little Things – Winter 2022 Edition
In Positively Newsworthy: The Little Things, our editors offer some reflections and positive thoughts on subjects that have recently moved them. Enjoy the Winter 2022 edition below!
Positively Newsworthy: The Winter 2022 Edition
Positively Newsworthy is an uplifting section of the magazine, devoted to highlighting positive happenings in the world. Enjoy the stories from our Winter 2022 issue below!
Sneak Peek. Beyond Unity: Embracing Symbiosis
Our Winter 2021/22 issue has gone to print. In this issue David Philip talks about the importance of observing nature in order to shape the future– dive on in for a sneak peek!
Sneak Peek. Building Unity: Nurture Close Connections
Our Winter 2021/22 issue has gone to print. Teen Spirit writer, Margot Tubbiolo talks about the importance of building a support system and feeling connected to others– dive on in for a sneak peek!
SNEAK PEEK – We Profile ‘How to Be Happy’ by Ruby Wax, a Neuroscientist and a Monk
This sneak peek from our Summer 2019 issue (available now) focuses on the amazing book ‘How to Be Happy,’ written by well-known comedienne, actress and mental health activist Ruby Wax, neuroscientist Dr. Ash Ranpura, and Buddhist monk Gelong Thubten. We were thrilled to chat to Ruby Wax about the book, and hear her nuggets of wisdom on the human mind. You can read the full article in our Summer 2019 issue. Click here to find your nearest stockist, or subscribe to receive a copy of the magazine direct to your door.
We are thrilled to be hosting an exciting evening with Ray Behan – the man who changed his brain – and Antonella Traino – the woman who had one day to live. This will take place on Thursday June 6th, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in Bewley’s Café, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
Ray Behan has been a property developer, property educator and property writer for almost three decades. He is also very active in promoting the practical application of quantum physics, quantum mechanics, biology, and frequently writes and speaks on quantum, human consciousness and the ‘egoic and biological self’. He has studied quantum phenomena, biology and cosmic consciousness for many years with some of the greatest educators in their field of human personal development, such as Dr. John Demartini, Jack Canfield, and Benjamin J. Harvey.
Antonella survived a near-death experience, and is now a health and mindset educator, a qualified counsellor and a trained facilitator of The Demartini Method. She has studied human behaviour, psychology and personal growth for over twenty years, and has assisted numerous people break through their self-limiting beliefs and perceptions. Antonella is passionate about mindsets, quantum physics, neuroplasticity, epigenetics, psychoneuroimmunology and stepping outside the boundaries of what mainstream culture tells us.
During this enthralling event with Ray and Antonella, we will discuss a range of topics, including:
Why the brain is just a processor of information, while ‘we’ are outside the brain.
Antonella’s healing process, the day she almost died, and how she changed her mindset so much that she now travels the world, teaching, helping and healing.
The meaning behind the phrase ‘The Indoctrination of the Imagination’.
Details from Ray’s new book (yet to be released), The Man Who Changed His Brain. In the book, he discusses how science proves the existence of God.
The connection between neurology and biology, and how your ‘biography’ becomes your ‘biology’.
How meditation truly works.
To book your tickets, just click here.
We Recommend: ‘Say Yes to Happiness’ Seminars With Pauline Rohdich
Pauline Rohdich is a hypnotherapist, yoga teacher and coach. She is passionate about helping people to find freedom from pain and suffering. Her powerful, authentic energy radiates kindness, warmth, and unconditional love. She is holding two ‘Say Yes to Happiness’ seminars in Dublin and Cork this May – read on to learn more!
We Recommend: Andrea Hayes’ Book Launch – January 17th
Acclaimed Irish author Andrea Hayes is holding a launch event for her new book, Mind Body Soul Journal, in Lillies’ bordello on Thursday January 17th at 6.30 p.m.