Needing and Being Needed: The Yin and Yang of Love
Embracing the concepts of yin and yang in relationships can be deeply healing.
Asking Questions Is Most of Compassion
What is compassion? “We believe that the word represents something that we offer to others, or to ourselves. But is that accurate?”
Become Part of the Organic Family at Frey Vineyards
The Frey Vinyeards wine club is the equivalent of the VIP red carpet at the ranch.
5 Ways Gardening Is Good for Your Mental Health
Gardening is a lifelong practice that provides countless mental and physical health benefits.
6 Ways to Stay Grounded During Uncertainty
Stay grounded (literally) through your bare foot-to-earth connection.
May the Force Be With You!
Bless you, and you, and you. Be inspired by the Jedi and dive into blessings.
Rooted: Life at the Crossroads of Science, Nature, and Spirit
Lyanda Lynn Haupt explores where science, poetry, mysticism, and the traditions of earth-based cultures intersect in her book “Rooted: Life at the Crossroads of Science, Nature, and Spirit.”
6 Ways to Harness the Power of the Sacred Feminine
Humanity has neglected and disregarded the feminine for millennia. Embracing the Sacred Feminine is an indispensable contribution to the healing and transformation of the world.
Meditation teacher Tara Brach offers explorations of kindness and beauty and how to be in the stillness of their truth.
James Canton Sits for Two Years Under an Ancient Oak Tree
What secrets lie in the branches of an 800-year-old oak tree? Teacher and futurist James Canton reflects on the connection between humanity and the oak tree, and ultimately, nature’s role in human redemption.