BAHA is one of the oldest and largest body of UK healing associations with 43 associations and over 3000 members. BAHA works with the Dept of Health, Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, the Prince of Wales Foundation for Integrated Medicine, UK Healers, The Doctor Healer Network, NHS Groups and international organisations to develop the Healing Sector.
The Feng Shui Society (fengshuisociety.org.uk)
is an independent, non-profit organisation established in 1993, run on an voluntary basis by an executive committee elected from the membership. It administers minimum standards for education in feng shui to professional practice level and maintains a register of accredited consultants.
Linda Wrigglesworth (lindawrigglesworth.com)
is an antique dealer in oriental embroideries. Her beautiful collection of silk embroidered fabrics were the colour illustrations for Ingrid Collins book, "A Year Of Spirituality", and have also been adapted for this website.
Amelia Kinkade (ameliakinkade.com):
"Amelia Kinkade's rapport with animals of all species is quite amazing and consistent. Her talent and effort is helping to overturn centuries of false beliefs about the feelings, understanding and mind states of our animal friends."
-Captain Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D, Apollo 14 astronaut, founder: Institute of Noetic Sciences, author of The Way of the Explorer
The Happiness Project (happiness.co.uk)
is a remarkable success-story that continues to unfold day by day. The cast of The Happiness Project includes top psychologists, life coaches, business leaders, spiritual ministers, leading physicians, great musicians, actors and poets - all of whom are fired with a passion to serve and inspire.
Dr Bernie Siegel's Exceptional Cancer Patients - ECaP - groups site, providing tools, information and resources based upon the science of mind-body-spirit medicine for the challenges of all chronic illnesses.
The British Psychological Society (bps.org.uk ):
With over 37,000 members, The British Psychological Society (BPS) is the representative body for psychologist and psychology in the UK. A popular definition of psychology is 'the systematic study of mind and behaviour'. As such, it has a central contribution to make to all aspects of public life, in areas such as education, health, the economy, industry and social justice.
The Alliance for the New Humanity (anhglobal.org ):
A global network inspired and led by Dr Deepak Chopra, to connect people who, through personal and social transformation, are committed to creating a just, peaceful and sustainable world, reflecting the unity of humanity. Instability creates war, poverty, environmental degradation, human rights abuses but also creates hope. We believe that if enough people share the value of peace, war can be brought to an end. If enough people shift their awareness toward social justice, human rights, and environmental sustainability, then injustice, oppression, and the destruction of the eco-system can be stopped.. Such a shift is already occurring--now it needs critical mass, which in turn needs organization. The Alliance aims to connect individuals, caring communities and groups at a global level. Unity isn't fought for and won. It is realized one person at a time.
What Doctors Don't Tell You (wddty.co.uk ):
What Doctors Don't Tell You (WDDTY) newsletter first appeared at the end of 1989. It grew from a sense of frustration with conventional medicine, and a desire to tell others about its short-comings and dangers. It was started by award-winning journalist Lynne McTaggart and her husband, Bryan Hubbard, also a senior journalist. Before launching WDDTY, Lynne had worked closely with the legendary Dr Robert Mendelsohn in America, who was one of the first doctors to blow the whistle on medical practices, and WDDTY has been acknowledged as one of the world's very best health newsletters by several eminent commentators. It accepts no donations from government bodies, industry groups or companies, but relies for its survival and success only from the subscription income it receives from its many thousands of subscribers around the world. Its hallmark has been its in-depth research, and hard-won information of a quality that can change lives for the better. It has been cited in law courts, it's been used to encourage doctors to change their treatments, and its filing cabinets are full of testimonials from thousands of people whose lives have been helped by their information.
Living The Field (livingthefield.com) and The Intention Experiment
In 2001, triggered by her curiosity about complementary medicine techniques involving subtle energy, like Homeopathy and Spiritual Healing, Lynne McTaggart published 'The Field', the results of her investigations into "what hard scientific evidence existed concerning methods of healing that flout every notion we have about our own biology". Positing the hypothesis that a quantum energy field connects everything in the universe, it was hailed by critics and thinkers, as a milestone in thinking on the subject and led to the development of a four year partwork for private study. 'The Field' was followed in 2007 by 'The Intention Experiment', where similarly rigorous investigation into the power of intention led to the conclusion "that a thought is a tangible thing with the power to affect the physical world" Since publication the web-based community 'Living the Field' has involved thousands of people around the world in live intention experiments.
The Janki Foundation for Global Health Care (jankifoundation.org ):
Values-based care supporting practitioners and patients. Launched in December 1997 at the Royal College of Physicians, London, The Janki Foundation for Global Health Care is a UK-registered charity supporting research and awareness in the field of health and spirituality. The Foundation's original primary objective was to support the work of the Global Hospital and Research Centre (GHRC) in Mt Abu, India, where a holistic model of healthcare enabled by a dedicated approach to values development has been pioneered. The hospital and its associated health outreach facility works in partnership with the World Health Organisation in the STOP TB campaign and is reducing child mortality and improving maternal health in the region through nutritional supplements, health checkups and immunization. The Foundation continues to provide extensive support for this work. Under the guidance of Dadi Janki, its president, it has also extended its remit to include values-based educational initiatives within the healthcare sector worldwide. In September 2004 it launched Values in Healthcare: a spiritual approach, a personal and team development programme for healthcare practitioners. By June, 2006, the programme had been introduced in more than 30 countries.