Entries tagged with “Excerpts”
Kindness isn't just being nice—it's a superpower.
What is compassion? “We believe that the word represents something that we offer to others, or to ourselves. But is that accurate?”
Excerpted with permission from Crystals: The Modern Guide to Crystal Healing by Yulia Van Doren.
A life grounded in the reality of our own nature and our right relationship to the world allows us to stumble and fall, get back up.
An adapted excerpt from Journey Through Trauma by Gretchen Schmelzer, PhD
In this book, we step into unknown realms and meet a succession of otherworldly teachers.
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“Through the consistent practices of self-compassion and meditation, I’ve discovered a few perspective shifts that have transformed my sense of self-worth.”
An excerpt from Grateful Exit: How to Advocate Effectively, Take Care of Yourself, and Be Present for the Death of a Loved One.
The range from 2-6 is a perfect time for children to absorb historical facts, as well as gain musical skills and performance confidence.
In Mommy, Why Do You Have Two Birthdays?, get ready for a breathtaking journey through happiness, fear, anger, self-discovery, and ultimately triumph.
An excerpt from You Are Not Alone: A Heartfelt Guide for Grief, Healing, and Hope. My body shuts down the moment Jim dies. Someone hands me a glass of water and I don’t think I …
Love bars but not drinking? Sober bars offer a placebo-alcohol experience. But does it really work?
I have a son named Jesus. Perhaps thou hast heard of him. Perhaps thou hast read the quartet of eyewitness account of his life, written by Matthew (“The Cute One”), Mark (“The Funn…
Adapted from The Way of Grace: The Transforming Power of Ego Relaxation, by Miranda Macpherson.
An excerpt from In Search of Wisdom: A Monk, A Philosopher, and Psychiatrist on What Matters Most
An excerpt from 365 Blessings to Heal Myself and the World, reprinted with permission from O-Books.
An excerpt from A Tribe Called Bliss.
Once we acknowledge our sustenance as divine energy, we give ourselves an opportunity to engage in a new relationship with food.