All About Co-creation – Serie #metobe (New Video – Youtube)

(LONDON) por Paula Tooths   Hello everyone! very very welcome on board! Today, as I promessed on our last media for youtube, I will talk and explain a bit more about co-creation. Close your eyes; Imagine a world where all your thoughts turn into reality. Your total being is indivisible – your body, mind, energy and spirit forms makes the entire you; and that all these parts work in harmony and integration. In this world, you are able to attract to you anything that your heart desires – health, abundance, harmony, prosperity, success; fending for themselves …

More About Meditation

(LONDON) por Paula Tooths ∞ MEDIATION ∞ Sharing with you a bit of my research (complementing my last video)   Commonly associated with Eastern religions and practices, there are historical data proving that meditation is as old as mankind. Unlike other techniques or tools for self-development, Meditation is not exactly originate in a region or a people, have been developed concurrently in different cultures, why has received many names. The oldest written about Meditation refers to Egypt, there are also reports …

Eunoia! My Mantra Today – by Paula Tooths

(LONDON) por Paula Tooths Team Paula’s book is available now on Amazon! NOTE: Paula Tooths has given all of its profits to @AutismPlusUK charity. Book Description Publication Date: 4 July 2013 Many of us forget that we were born with an incredible mind. For some strange reason all of us human beings use less than 10% of our brain capacity. This is fact! We have another ninety to program. The power of the mind is what can conquer the highest …

Autism: Sad News from Scotland

(LONDON) por Paula Tooths   Concern over NHS Grampian autism services A decision by NHS Grampian to cut part of its diagnostic service for adults with autism may make it more difficult for those affected to get the support they need, it has been claimed. Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald has written to the health board asking for the current number of people awaiting diagnosis. The National Autistic Society also expressed concern. NHS Grampian defended its autism services. Mr McDonald …

‘Living is a battle’: growing up with autism

(LONDON) Edited by Paula Tooths by 13-year-old Naoki Higashida ‘What makes me smile is seeing ­something beautiful.’ Photograph: Miki Higashida When I was small, I didn’t even know I had special needs. How did I find out? By other people telling me I was different and that this was a problem. True enough. It was very hard for me to act like a normal person, and even now I still can’t “do” a real conversation. I have no problem reading books aloud and singing, but as …

David Mitchell: learning to live with my son’s autism

(LONDON) Revised by Paula Tooths   So. The child psychologist across the desk has just told you that your three-year-old is “presenting behaviour consistent with that of an individual on the autistic spectrum”. You feel trepidation, sure, a foreboding that your life as a parent is going to be much tougher than the one you signed up for, but also a dash of validation. At least you now have a 10-page report to show to friends and relatives who have …

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