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1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem this year. 1 in 6 will be experiencing a problem in any given week this year. You may not even know who they are. Head Talks believes that every week is Mental Health Awareness Week.

Meditation for inquiry and transcendance

Feed your mind

Deepak Chopra Integrative medicine pioneer Deepak Chopra illuminates the road to success and wholeness, helping us tap into a deeper sense of awareness to become agents of change in our own lives. Mixing ancient teachings and spiritual practices with the wisdom he’s gained over four decades as the leading figure in mind-body medicine, […]

Have a tangible impact on suffering

True stories

Conscious leadership expert Nick Jankel has been thinking about how he can make a tangible impact for those suffering in Ukraine, and shares his ideas with us. He suggests we take time to read about the conflict to gain some deeper understanding. Then do some research into on-the-ground charities to support, so that […]

How to be acknowledged and celebrated at work

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Nicolina Werther Success coach Nicolina Werther shares her second video with us for how to feel more valued and impactful at work. Last time, she gave us ideas on how to claim our space. Following from that, she wants us to be recognised and acknowledged for our contribution. It’s about taking it further […]

Explaining conflict to children

True stories

Emotional health practitioner Jo Morton-Brown shares a video for children and young teenagers to try and make sense of the news at present. Or, if your child is younger, the video contains useful tips on how to discuss topics they might have heard about at school, and how to help them manage their […]

A practice to bring calm and focus

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Breathwork expert Richie Norton shows us a breathwork practice to help you calm your nerves and bring clarity, particularly useful if the world feels a bit overwhelming. You can do the practice anywhere to help bring some composure and focus back to your life.

Exclusive course with Sadhguru

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Yoga for mental health and immunity Spiritual guru and yoga visionary Sadhguru has created a course for Head Talks with three different modules: yoga for mental health, for immunity, and for general wellbeing. Each module is in two parts, and incorporates different practices and meditations on the same theme. The sessions include simple yogic processes […]

Emotional mastery is key to life mastery

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Katie Phillips Do you desire to : Respond consciously rather than react unconsciously to life Feel healthier and more vibrant Feel less overwhelmed and with more clarity Have an open heart that’s able to vulnerably connect with others Not live in victim mode where everything is everyone else’s fault  Manifest the visions, goals and dreams […]

Body feeling exercise

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Jillian Lavender has been teaching Vedic Meditation since 2003. In this exclusive video for Head Talks, she guides us through a simple but highly effective technique to release stress. Jillian is co-founder of London Meditation Centre and New York Meditation Center and has helped thousands of people across the globe to transform their […]

Be seen and heard

Feed your mind

In the first of a three-part series, success coach Nicolina Werther gives us advice on how to be seen (and heard) in the workplace. She gives us suggestions on how to claim space so we can eventually feel more fulfilled. “Start with your physiology, how you hold yourself, and move on to some […]

Learning Emotional Logic

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Dr Trevor Griffiths is a pioneer of Emotional Logic, which teaches us how to speak to each other constructively and without stress. This gives us the ability to work through change, loss and grief and move into joy again via shared action plans. “Relationships will improve as will the capacity to make decisions, […]

Don’t leave until you’ve left

Struggle & success

If you are thinking about a big work shift, executive coach Anna Percy-Davis suggests you pause and reflect before undergoing even more change. “Create an internal and external dialogue. Talk to someone in the organisation you like and trust and to people who have made changes similar to what you’d like to do.” […]

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