We love compiling happy stories from around the world for our Positively Newsworthy section. Focusing on all that is good in the world is a sure-fire way to raise our spirits. Enjoy the Autumn 2020 edition of Positively Newsworthy below.
Exciting news! We have launched a new Patreon community, for people who prefer to receive content, updates and perks outside of Facebook. We hope that this new initiative will be beneficial to those of you who are aiming to reduce your Facebook usage at this time.
We have some exciting news to share: our Autumn issue is out and will be coming to a stockist near you this weekend. We have many treats lined up for you in this issue…
N.B: The government has recently brought in new restrictions, reducing the permitted size of indoor gatherings from 50 to 6. The screening cannot now go ahead. We hope that we can go back to holding physical events as soon as it is safe and advisable to do so. All ticket holders have been contacted with alternative arrangements. Thank you so much, as always, for your continued support.
We are so excited to be screening this amazing movie featuring luminaries such as Paul Stamets, Brie Larson and Dr Andrew Weil. The documentary is directed by Louie Schwartzberg.
Mushrooms have the potential to change our lives and save our planet – ‘Fantastic Fungi’ explains exactly why.
For this event, we have teamed up with the Fun Ghis (Lloyd Chambers and Christo Sal).
Mushrooms, motivation and magic: that’s what the Fun Ghis are all about. They describe themselves as “two mushroom missionaries” on a mission to motivate society to unveil the magic that has been hidden in a disconnected world. As a result of motivating cold-sea swims, empowering events and online masterminding, the Fun Ghis are returning communities to interconnectedness and mutual aid, just as the mushrooms wanted.
You can watch the YouTube trailer here.
Learn more about the movie via its website, fantasticfungi.com
Positively Newsworthy is one of our favourite sections of the magazine! In it, we spotlight happy news stories that have come our way, which are guaranteed to lift your spirits. The Summer 2020 edition of Positively Newsworthy is below – read it and enjoy!
Positively Newsworthy: The Little Things is a much-loved section of our magazine, containing reflections and observations from our editors about human connection, moments of kindness, creativity, or any other joyful stirrings of inspiration that comes to mind. The Little Things is all about celebrating life’s positive side! Our editors’ reflections from Summer 2020 can be read below.
Positively Newsworthy is one of our favourite sections of the magazine. Here, we aim to highlight stories of hope, optimistic perspectives and joyous developments in our world. We hope you enjoy this extract from our Spring 2020 issue, and that you are staying safe and well at this time.
April Awakens: Hello, Positive Lifers! We hope you and your loved ones are staying well at this time. If you haven’t seen our Spring 2020 magazine, we highly recommend taking a look. The full magazine is available online here. Our main feature is an interview with the incredible Dr. Gabor Maté. We also featured some wise guidance on building up confidence from Judith McAdam, a look at how gentle playtime can help you connect with your kids, by our parenting expert Anna Cole, and an exclusive interview with Julia Cannon, daughter of the legendary mystic Dolores Cannon.
The world-renowned mantra singer Deva Premal, who was honoured at this year’s Grammy Awards with a nomination for her album DEVA, has just released a new performance of the all-powerful chant that is central to the art of meditation. Read on to learn all about it!
If you’re in need of an emotional boost, we highly recommend this beautiful piece by Lisa Burke, which appeared in the Positively Newsworthy section of our Spring 2020 magazine. In it, she recalled her experience of taking part in a cycling challenge through Southeast Asia, to raise money for schoolchildren in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.