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True Self Meditation by Katie Phillips

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‘This is a 15 minute meditation to connect you to your true self – also known as your inner guide, your inner light, your Spirit self. Essentially, it is your truth. Being guided and directed by your Spirit allows you to make decisions, develop new ideas and communicate from your authentic self. It simply means, […]

The Happiest Homeless Man in London

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The happy and homeless man named Race C Calmer. His goal is to make people smile, with his legendary motto ‘Don’t worry, be happy and smile, because you are AMAZING.’ Look out for him near Oxford Street!  

Letter To My Mother | Spoken Word by Mim Shaikh

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BBC Radio 1Xtra & BBC Asian Network’s DJ, Mim Shaikh’s spoken word video details his mother’s mental health and the affect it’s had on his life. ‘I wrote this sincere and honest open ‘Letter To My Mother’ where I express my most honest thoughts and feelings towards our lacking relationship whilst growing up. This is […]

Kick It!

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Oliver (Founder) Head Talks founder takes us to his local boxing club We all know sport is good for you. But it also turns out to be essential for healthy minds. Some workouts have even more added value. Here Head Talks founder Oli takes us to his local boxing club, where spirits are […]

TAWAI: A voice from the forest

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TAWAI: A voice from the forest Bruce Parry Explorer Bruce Parry has just completed a documentary, TAWAI, that will be in cinemas from the end of September. Bruce – who filmed a wonderful Head Talk for us that you can see here – is an award-winning documentarian, explorer, author, former Royal Marines commando officer, and is an […]

Into the Wild

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Oliver (Founder) & Old Friend Jonny Childhood friends get real in the Scottish Highlands. Oliver, founder of Head Talks, and his childhood friend Jonny took a trip to the Highlands to learn to let go of the control, habits and mobile devices that rule their lives. They surprised themselves on how resilient they […]

Anziety by Logic

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This song – Anziety by Logic – is well worth a listen. And the lyrics are powerful  – you can read them here and he explains them in this amazing video: Logic has a very interesting background – you can find out more about him here. Hat tip: Susannah.

Living and Working with Bi-Polar

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Bex Simon recently gave an amazing Head Talk on her work as a bipolar blacksmith. If you’d like to know more here’s a documentary she put together on how she channels her bipolar disorder into her craft.

Mad Word: Prince Harry,

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Prince Harry speaks to the Telegraph’s Bryony Gordon for the first episode of her new podcast, Mad World, where she interviews guests about their mental health experiences. The half-hour conversation provides listeners with a candid insight into the inner-most thoughts of a modern young royal.

Alexander Stubb: Former Prime Minister’s Talk on Happiness

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Alexander Stubb Former Prime Minister of Finland. Aside from politics, Stubb is passionate about “Mind, Body and Happiness”. He believes that the inextricable link between the three should impact our lifestyle. As an avid athlete and Ironman competitor himself, Stubb advocates the view that a healthy body is essential to a healthy mind, […]

Benjamin Zander: Tuning into Happiness – The Conductor Coach

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Benjamin Zander Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic and Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. We can all radiate possibility. And master conductor Benjamin Zander is a good example. This ‘energizer bunny of classical music’ is unorthodox and passionate, encouraging his musicians to experiment and follow their intuition. Zander, whose parents fled Nazi Germany, is not […]

“Whatever it takes”: Head Talks launches!

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Oliver Chittenden, Founder of Head Talks   Whatever it takes When I flew home* to my wife and young daughter, having spent weeks in a hospital in Nashville, where one-by-one my internal organs had started shutting down in a catastrophic physical response to repressed mental stress, I knew I had to make a profound difference. […]

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