The Alphabets of Mental Health Care Bill

The Alphabets of Mental Health Care Bill

Priyaranjan Avinash is psychiatrist at Deva Institute in Varanasi (UP, India). He’s a big expert in legal psychiatry, addiction, women mental health, relationship issues and health policies. He offers specialized articles to India Medical Times. Here his first article, about mental health in his motherland – India – for our magazine.   The times are  changing….The mental health treatment and care never received this...

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Consciousness

Consciousness

This passage is, in large part, an extract from a book entitled, “The Way of the Skeptic”, written by yours truly to be published shortly. At the moment it is possible to download it from the website tofffreeland.com    The idea is to find a standard, an understanding on which we can communicate – if not operate. Consciousness seems a good place to start. Things change and to appreciate that fact there must be something constant...

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Time of consciousness part III

Time of consciousness part III

What’s following is the third part of Mattia Confalonieri’s travelogue. For part I, click here, for part II, here. 28.01.2015 Independence, beloved, needed independence. Vital nectar in a world where the personal space is decreasing and people don’t have time for themselves, just for themselves, alone, to sit and meditate about their existence and gain awareness. The unpredictability of the events, the enchanting diversity, the...

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Time-Consciousness part II.

Time-Consciousness part II.

What is following is another fragment of our collaborator Mattia Confalonieri’s travelogue. For part 1, click here! 29.12.2014 Two days and we will be in 2015, a new year at the doors and everyone hoping for something good to come, wishes and desires arising and blowing in the air. If asked to ask for a wish I would say that I want to live the moment with consciousness always, enjoying all the experiences that are awaiting me with openness...

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TIME CONSCIOUSNESS IN TANZANIA – A WILD LAND

TIME CONSCIOUSNESS IN TANZANIA – A WILD LAND

The name Tanzania is derived from the combination of Tanganyika, mainland Tanzania’s earlier name, and Zanzibar, after the two joined in 1964. The nation capital city became Dodoma in 1964, Dar Es Salaam though is still home to the central government bureaucracy. Dar is the biggest city in Tanzania and the financial capital, its population is estimated in 4,364,541. Tanzania cover an area of 364,900 sq. miles, around 945,087 sq. km; the...

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An interview with James Noble, chairman of Sanford Housing Co-operative in London.

  James moved to London, from Middlesbrough, to work and to be involved in a “more vibrant” political movement. He started to live in Sanford fourteen years ago even because it was not far from his job. He has been soon involved in the democratic development of the cooperative  and in different projects, becoming first secretary and, then, its  chairman. What do you want to start to tell me about Sanford? The logic behind Sanford is...

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