– journalist, author and former science and medical correspondent of the Sunday Times – has acquired a tremendous breadth of experience relating to modern-day challenges of health and well-being at all levels. Neville has been studying and teaching Raja Yoga with the Brahma Kumaris for almost 30 years. He is a much sought after, gifted and experienced public speaker with a warm personality, able to connect with people of all ages.
Medical researchers have found that qualities like faith, hope, and forgiveness, and the use of social support and prayer seem to have a noticeable effect on health and healing. A person's most deeply held beliefs strongly influence his or her health. Some researchers believe that faith increases the body's resistance to stress. In a 1988 clinical study of women undergoing breast biopsies, the women with the lowest stress hormone levels were those who used their faith and prayer to cope with stress.