I have been wondering what it is like having children from a man’s point of view. … More Having children – what’s it like for men? (and some tips from a woman)
Doctors are generally acknowledged to be intelligent. We are trained to care for the human body, and are considered the experts on it and how to take care of it. And we care deeply about people and would never knowingly harm them. Indeed, our Hippocratic oath says to “First, do no harm”. So why are doctors killing themselves?
… More Why are doctors killing themselves?
Is childbirth as lovely as we have been led to believe? And is there an expansive way of moving towards it… … More Childbirth – is it lovely?
Sleep is something that many of us struggle with, and this struggle can affect our whole day, indeed our whole life. … More Sleep – a very sacred part of our day
Are we willing to look deeper than the colour of their skin, hair, eyes, clothes, their size and shape, to the “them” that is the same in all of us, on the inside? … More Pictures of you…and me
We are still allowing the pictures of what a doctor “should” look like – white, male, upper-middle class, conservatively dressed – to dominate our profession. … More What does a doctor look like?
A swim can be so much more than just a swim, if we allow ourselves to deeply feel everything as we move. … More (So much more than a) Swim
Some years ago I met a man, Serge Benhayon, who inspired me. I had a healing session with him and began attending Universal Medicine courses. These courses have been a course in miracles. … More A Course in Miracles
When we receive a diagnosis of cancer, or hear of it in someone else, our immediate response is often to say that it is “bad luck.” … More Cancer – is it bad luck or a blessing in disguise?
I work as an eye surgeon and every day I bear witness to the power of love. … More The power of love in medicine