TEDxFindhorn Videos 4th March 2017

Choices that can change your life | Caroline Myss

In this talk Caroline explains how choice is a fundamental power in the human experience. She shows how it can have infinite consequences for your well-being, health and happiness and how the seemingly smallest, most insignificant choices can have the most far-reaching effects.

Caroline Myss is a five-time New York Times bestselling author and internationally renowned speaker in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality and mysticism, health, energy medicine, and the science of medical intuition. http://www.myss.com


Dr David Reilly: Human Healing Unlocked: transforming suffering into wellbeing

Early on in David Reilly’s four decades of work as a doctor and researcher he realised that our current medical ‘fix-it’ map would not heal the major epidemics of our time. When he learned to place what he simply calls ‘the human healing response’ at the centre of the vision of care, transformative results emerged. His approach has proved successful in thousands of cases, helping people learn to cultivate growing shifts in their self-care and so wellbeing.

Dr David Reilly graduated as a doctor in 1978 from The University of Glasgow. He went on to become a Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and a Member of The Royal College of General Practitioners. In 2013 he was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Science by the University of Westminster. He is currently the Director of TheWEL Programmes, and The Healing Shift Enquiry, and the Founder of TheWEL Charity. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medicine, Glasgow University, and Visiting Professor of Medicine, University of Maryland, and visiting faculty Weill Cornell University, Doha, Qatar. Formerly he was a Consultant Physician in Glasgow Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board’s NHS for Centre for Integrative Care, and Glasgow’s Lead Clinician for people with CFS/ME; visiting faculty member at Harvard Medical School, USA; The Scottish Government’s first National Clinical Lead for Integrative Care.  http://www.davidreilly.net/


Angie Alexandra: Four Weddings and No Funeral

A light hearted look at wedding ceremonies, through Angie’s journey of her own 4 weddings to the same husband, Will Russell in 3 different countries.

In 2002 Angie trained to be an Interfaith Minister, this together with her decision to settle and live in Scotland meant that she was well placed to work as a wedding celebrant.  Whilst this was a happy accident to begin with, these days she cannot imagine doing anything else, and she and husband Will travel all over Scotland to help couples tie the knot in their own unique way. http://www.gettingmarriedinscotland.org


Jane Duncan Rogers: How to do a Good Death

There are 3 elements to end of life matters – dying, death and grief. Jane uses her own story of her husband dying to illustrate how each of these areas is approached is crucial to a good death.  She invites the viewer to consider what they can do about this practically in their own life, so that a good death is maximized not just for the dying person, but their relatives and friends too.

Bio: Jane Duncan Rogers is a Life and Death coach, and author of Gifted By Grief: A True Story of Cancer, Loss and Rebirth, and of Before I Go: Practical Questions to Ask and Answer Before You Die. She has over 25 years experience in the psychotherapeutic field, both in training and working with individual clients, and now runs Before I Go Solutions, a community interest company dedicated to educating individual, groups and organisations about all end of life matters. www.beforeigosolutions.com