Soothe what ails you with these tools for pain management.
Acclaimed yoga teacher and activist shares her strategy for staying connected to her practice.
The best-selling author reflects on facing the loss of his father, in his latest book, The Endless Practice.
With a trip to the Integratron, writer Brittany Shoot journeys inside one man’s unusual dream—to reverse aging, commune with other worlds, and travel through time.
The multiplatinum-selling singer/songwriter turned environmental activist reflects on the freedom of nonattachment, the fight against fracking, and changing the world through music.
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Noise pollution is linked to health problems, and some argue it interferes with our natural connection to the earth. As the world’s quiet places disappear, are we forgetting how to listen?
Brainstorm author Dr. Dan Siegel on the power of harmony, cultivating “mindsight,” and why you should learn to think more like a teen.
The pain of divorce can bring us to our knees. What if there’s a way not just to regain our footing but to step onto a new emotional path?
In Kenya, one village girl challenged the status quo by taking a stand against female circumcision, reports S&H contributor Jude Isabella.
A new film explores the struggle of “Gypsies” in the Holocaust and today.
Create a twilight garden for a tranquil, outdoor meditative space.
Writer Jane Ganahl wonders: How do you know when you’ve crossed the line from activist—to fanatic?
Reclaim your “functional fertility” with these yoga poses for menopause.
Is there such a thing as a healthy sugar? The latest research says no.
Harness powerful physical and mental benefits by going barefoot.
Lama Surya Das on walking an enlightened path in the modern world.
Writer Jane Ganahl shares some of her favorite romantic movies.
Vocalist Eliza Gilkyson looks for hope in turbulent times.
In his new book, Blue Mind, author and evolutionary biologist Wallace J. Nichols examines how being in and around water affects our emotions and cognition.
A midlife tattoo confounds his friends and family, but for writer Steve Lewis it provides an indelible sense of place.
Learning from the spiritual lives of animals.
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