Mind & Spirit

It's official: helping pays off, with research proving that people who care for others live longer.

Wellbeing coach Olivia Trussell unlocks the secrets to mastering positive change and life transformation as we age.

Life is a personal journey, as individual and unique as every snowflake. So why do we constantly seek to copy what works for others?

Toni Green shows you how taking a healing herbal break will boost your resilience to stress and anxiety.

Who and what is Abraham? For someone new to the works of Esther Hicks, this would be the obvious first question. The answer, however, may not be so obvious.

EEG recordings prove that learning foreign languages can sharpen our minds.

A study finds mindfulness meditation can be more powerful for lower back pain than standard treatment options.

Amy Taylor-Kabbaz speaks to Yvette Luciano of Earth Events about cancer, conscious business, and rock concerts.

It's one of the most widely known complementary therapies, but as Laura Greaves discovers, there is so much more to meditation than simply saying 'ohm'.

Research shows how lying takes our brains down a 'slippery slope', actually encouraging us to tell much bigger fibs in the future.

Are you a cat person or a dog person? Your preference for either pet may reveal your personality traits and which side you fall on on the IQ scale.

What does it really mean to live your life's purpose? Amy Taylor-Kabbaz speaks with Ben Harvey about his own path from abuse to purpose.

Life coach Noni Boon shows you how to find strength and power in your inner self and to discover that you were created with a spirit as your force field.

If cold weather gets you glum, you could have winter depression, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Counsellor Nichola Marsonet has the five-step solution.

What foods make us happy? Rachel Kelly, who has had a history of depression, shares her personal experience of harnessing the power of food to stay calm and well.