Tag: Positive Psychology

Synchronicity and soul in mental health

One of the clearest emerging directions for mental health interventions in the 21st-century is the need to acknowledge a spiritual dimension in life. Spirituality partly involves a belief in some larger consciousness beyond ourselves that affects our lives. Religious people might refer to God, whereas others might consider that they receive messages or guidance from… Read more »

How synchronicity works

    This radio segment is from the Catch Up segment on Geelong’s 93.9 Bay FM with Roxie Bennett and Daryl Reader on Tuesday 27th September. It illustrates my views of how synchronicity works. First of all it tells of a recent holiday in China with friends when I had numerous synchronistic experiences. They involved repeatedly encountering multiples… Read more »

Optimism needed for mental health

Mental health ought to be a significant issue in every federal election. Recent statistical findings highlight this need. Firstly, suicide is now the leading cause of premature death in Australia, and the leading cause of death in 15 to 44 year-olds. Eight Australians deliberately take their lives each day, double our road toll. Furthermore, one… Read more »