This is a gentle reminder that our next CPR workshop is next Friday from midday to 2 PM and you can register here. I hope you can join us!
This month, we bring the key cyberpsychology concepts used in VR Therapy to you. Enjoy!
Welcome to our September Newsletter. As the summer softly shifts into autumn, I am starting my journey with the Vunja! We Will Dance With The Mountains Academy and my small oddship group from a few continents. I am entering this community to continue unlearning my White, Euro-patriarchal ways of thinking and step into more feeling. I do this because feeling and re-connecting with ourselves and re-authoring our stories (individual, collective, planetary) is at the core of liberation psychologies.
My partner and I have been using Agape fairly regularly for the past few months. I wanted to use it for a sustained period of time before writing a review so that I could see the longer-term effects of using it on our relationship. Overall we have found it helpful for starting conversations on topics that may not always naturally come up and as another avenue to show our appreciation for one another.
Google Lens brings up information relevant to your original images, identified by visual analysis. Google explains it as ‘a set of vision-based computing capabilities that can understand what you’re looking at and use that information to copy or translate text, identify plants and animals, explore locales or menus, discover products, find visually similar images, and take other useful actions’. Using google lens allows you to search using an image and gathers similar images and content from the internet.
Larkhill is an eco-friendly glamping site in Carmarthenshire, West Wales, that my partner and I stayed at for my 23rd birthday. We chose to stay in the Bentwood Yurt, but there are currently four other structures you can stay in, including a Tipi and a Mongolian Ger. Each of these has been handmade by the owners, Fran and Tony and their children. It is a unique and, dare I say magical place to stay – despite us visiting in the winter. From the actual buildings to the play area with fairy houses, Larkhill is a lovely experience that has been handcrafted by people that really care about your experience and the environment.
Digital Wellbeing Aspect 6: Digital Communication stands for ways of connecting with others online. Our digital communication is surrounded by many myths that can if internalised, impact our wellbeing negatively.
Digital Wellbeing Aspect 5: Your Digital Identity refers to a few key aspects of who we are and how we present ourselves – online and offline.
Digital Wellbeing Aspect 4: Digital Content refers to balanced participation in content consumption, so here, we need to think about the content we access and consume, as well as the skills we may need to do so effectively.
Digital Wellbeing Aspect 3: Your Digital Creativity stands for a balanced participation in content creation online.