Entries tagged with “Animals”
In their emotionally connected presence, pets can be a powerful ally for optimal mental health.
If you're looking for ways to naturally sleep better at night, where better to look than in nature?
Maggie the Wunderdog was shot, attacked, and left for dead, but, thanks to a rescuer, survived, is thriving—and is loving. Here are four lessons on forgiveness rescue dogs like Maggie teach us.
Connect with your dog on a deeper level with these suggestions.
In creating cultivated backyards, we are removing habitat for wild animals. Here are several sustainable gardening practices that keep the wellbeing of all creatures in mind.
Tapping into the wisdom of “prey” species.
Parent to a nervous cat? Body-Mind-Spirit connection isn't just for the humans—help your cat cultivate its inner peace through music.
Rosemary has long signified deep friendship and lasting memories. This ritual for grief, built around rosemary, creates time and space for grieving and allows others to join and share the healing process.
A new way to pray that combines an ancient tool and a modern perspective.
Critter lover and Spiritual Rebel author Sarah Bowen shares five cherished texts about animals.
“Magic happens betweens humans and animals, but there is a special magic with these animals.”
How can we live in sacred relationship with the more-than-human world?
Giant squirrels, giant lessons? Animal chaplain Sarah Bowen explores what squirrels can show us about mindfulness.
What might we gain from considering ourselves in the same way, affected by both our earthly presence and the influence of the moon?
Rewilding Our HeartsBuilding Pathways of Compassion and CoexistenceBy Marc BekoffNew World LibraryI saw Jane Goodall give a talk in person once. When she took questions at the…
Two Dogs and a ParrotWhat Our Animal Friends Can Teach Us About LifeBy Joan ChittisterBlueBridgeWhy do we love pets? Because, through them, we “cling to nature in a world made of g…
Astrology for cats? Finally decode their quirky behavior by getting to know their place on the zodiac.
Tap into the Sabbath practices of a hibernating bear. Unplug, rest ... and just be.
Authenticity, a minimal amount of emotional work, and the ability to gain trust are just some of the reasons empaths value their relationships with animals and with nature.
“As I walked, something walked with me. Not in the sand—but to my right, in the water, just beyond the breaking of the waves.”