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The Seer – a Documentary Film by Lars Muhl

The Seer, Calle de Montsegúr, was Lars Muhl’s spiritual mentor. He was capable of not only diagnosing and curing people with distant healing, no matter where they were on the globe, but was also able to read ‘The Book of Life’, where the destiny of mankind is recorded. Lars Muhl […]

John Hands

Hands, John

John Hands graduated in chemistry from the University of London and co-authored two research studies and published one book in the social sciences. He was the founding Director of the Government’s Co-operative Housing Agency and served on three Government committees. He has tutored in both physics and management studies for […]

Natalie Torbet

Tobert, Natalie PhD

Dr Natalie Tobert is a Medical Anthropologist, Education Director of Aethos Training.  For over three decades she has specialised in social inclusion education, facilitating participatory training workshops on spiritual and cultural awareness, for front line staff at hospitals, medical schools, and universities. She has undertaken original fieldwork research in Sudan, India, and […]

Angelika M. Koch

Koch, Angelika Maria, Dr., DNM, RSHom, HNHIr

Dr. ANGELIKA MARIA KOCH (DNM LCH HNHIr) is a Doctor of Natural Medicine and the owner of MEDICA NOVA, Practice for Integrated & Educational Medicine. For nearly three decades in her clinical practice, Dr. Angelika Maria Koch has synthesized and applied a unique blend of effective, cutting-edge therapeutic tools in […]

Bertotti, Marcello, Dr

Dr  Bertotti has 15 years work experience in research and evaluation and led a wide range of research projects commissioned by research councils as well as local government and NHS organisations. He applies multiple conceptual frameworks to researching community health and integrated care, with particular focus on evaluating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of non-clinical interventions. Marcello uses innovative evaluation methodologies and […]

Max Mackay-James

Mackay-James, Max, Dr.

I am passionate about growing an ecology of care for our dying, in which we are all able to come home to ourselves. As coordinator for the Diealog project, I support people, living and dying in their local neighbourhoods, to grow their connections and care resources. I am a 65 […]

Hermione Elliott

Elliott, Hermione

I established Living Well Dying Well in 2010, aiming to inform and re-empower individuals and communities to make choices and take ‘ownership’ of death and dying. I am a former nurse and midwife with a special interest in end of life care.  I developed the End of Life Doula certificated […]

Peter Fenwicke

Fenwick, Peter, Dr.

Now towards the end of life I can look back and see threads which make up the tapestry of living and dying.   I have worked with neuroscience, epilepsy, psychiatry and now, particularly, in the factors required for a growth in consciousness. Is there a path or has it always been […]

Sophie Brigstocke

Brigstocke, Sophie

I am a birth and postnatal doula, breastfeeding peer supporter, volunteer on the National Breastfeeding Helpline and baby massage teacher based in SW London.  I am the current Doula of the Year, awarded by the MaMa Conference/BirthSparks.  I run Nurturing Birth, alongside Florence Etienne-Jackson, providing doula training in the UK […]

Fleming, Pat

I live on Dartmoor and currently teach and mentor on the ‘Call of the Wild’ course at Schumacher College, also working in conservation education and wild connection. I have led groups in deep ecology and ‘Work that Reconnects’ for over 30 years and co-authored ‘Thinking Like a Mountain’, a deep […]