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Postman’s Park is a a well maintained small patch of green in the heart of the City in London with a church, ancient tombstones and fountain, and flowers in bloom in any season. But its most memorable feature is the … Continue reading
Yesterday was the day – I had my 15min of fame first as a (mostly sobbing) character in the Mind Explorers documentary where we attempt to challenge the stigma around psilocybin and promote its use as part of mental health … Continue reading
For the last couple of weeks, Jason Silva has been exploding my brain, or as he would say, was the cause of multiple mindgasms 🙂 I had a chance to meet him in London where he did a talk at … Continue reading
At some point I have stopped following the news. It’s a sure way to boost one’s happiness – news usually focus on the negative, depress us about things we don’t have control over and create energy sapping noise in our … Continue reading
Great post on small things you can do daily to feel more connected, balanced and less stressed.
I am a firm believer into the art therapy, no matter if you are just an onlooker, or creator too. The art that I like most is the one that has a strong idea behind it, or that makes you … Continue reading
I am always after new ideas on how to entertain a visitor in London.
I have recently visited, finally, an exhibition at the Southbank centre in London called ‘Art by Offenders, Secure Patients and Detainees’.
So I have been promising this for a while. A post about Holland and why I decided to leave after 6 months. I intentionally left some time to reflect on the experience and also to allow my grey matter to … Continue reading