Spirituality & Health Magazine

|

2010 September-October

Everyone has buttons that can be pressed, and I have one as big as a family-size pizza: war. I rail about state-supported murder; aiming and shooting at or bombing other humans; the enormous social, emotional, spiritual, and economic costs of armed conflict.

Peeking in on children’s yoga classes, I watch kids doing poses such as tree, snake, butterfly, or lion, while the instructor tells a story about the various ways these creatures behave in nature. As the children wiggle and twist their bodies, I hear roaring and hissing, usually followed by...

At the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, we have been working for the last year to find ways to help our veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Through the army, these men and women have undergone intense physical practices designed to create...

OUR SPONSORS


  • Derma E
  • Expand Adventures
  • Flatiron Books
  • The Four Winds
  • ILike Organic Skin Care
  • New Vision Seminary
  • Mukpo Institute
  • Omega Institute
  • Share International