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If you feel especially pulled by the moon, it’s helpful to know what phase it is in and plan, or adjust, accordingly.
World War N is a fight against nihilism, the belief that power is the only thing that really matters.
Recent studies confirm that a "half-empty" outlook is literally bad for your health.
A psychology professor argues that worrying is actually good for the mind and body.
Religion is only as healthy or as sick as our imaginations allow.
In the latest installment of Roadside Assistance, Rabbi Rami answers questions about morality, atheism, and enlightenment (and that Allstate commercial).
Do you love where you live?Do you live where you love?Exploring rainforests, farms and craters on Hawaii's Big Island last week, traversing its dazzling, dreamlike backcountry via …
Would the world be better off without religion? This was the question debated on NPR’s Intelligence Squared the other day, and, like most debates, left me annoyed. The pro side ar…
Lightworkers, according to Lightworker.com “believe that we are spirits playing a game in a human body and as such we have difficulty remembering who we are and why we are here”; s…
Dear Eve,I am just not successful in love. I go out on dates, maybe even go out with someone for a few months, but at some point they always break up with me or call it off. I am n…
Explore how to heal a relationship with your sacred womb—a place of death, life, and possibilities.
Uncover the power of writing poetry as a way to discover the heart of your pain, and to heal from it in this excerpt from Jacqueline Suskin's Every Day is a Poem: Find Clarity, Feel Relief, and See Beauty in Every Moment.
In this book, a self-healing journey results in a voice crying out of the abyss, “I am a survivor!”
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Often considered a forgotten art, the act of letter writing can be transformative and healing—even without sending it.
The big advantage of thinking small.
Compassion is a virtue. But what if, by inborn instinct or after diligent learning and practice, you attain this virtue—deeply feeling and expressing compassion for others o…
Could your self-hatred be a coping strategy you never let go?
Change your perspective with this writing exercise
A new study from the University of Arizona, Tucson showed that for people undergoing a divorce, a specific form of writing helped their bodies better respond to cardiovascular stre…