Entries tagged with “Healing”
Decades ago, I spent a year exploring spiritually rich, off-the-beaten-path adventures in search of the sacred in India, Bali, Nepal, and Tibet. These cultures that changed me fore…
Six questions for professional animal communicator Maia Kincaid.
Saray Stancic, MD, board-certified physician and the subject of the documentary Code Blue, explores what's missing in medicine and chronic illness treatment.
Yoga teachers often refer to the pelvis as “the junk drawer of emotions.” Discover your hip pain emotions and how to get unstuck.
Questions & Answers about Suicide, Suicide Prevention and Coping with the Suicide of Someone You Knowby Eric MarcusWhen Eric Marcus was just 12 years old, his father committed …
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.
Often considered a forgotten art, the act of letter writing can be transformative and healing—even without sending it.
Create a link between writing and healing. Journaling allows you to ask questions for self-inquiry and growth. “Writing creates a physical release. It benefits wellbeing, lowers blood pressure, improves sleep, decreases doctor’s visits, boosts memory, and increases self-awareness.”
These three books offer guidance in getting words on the page, so you can benefit from the healing power of writing.
You Can't Afford to Get Sick: Your Guide to Optimum Health and Health Careby Andrew WeilDr. Andrew Weil, one of the world’s foremost authorities on health, wellness, and integrativ…
You have a PhD in your own body and have found something new that really works for you—maybe for others too!Miracle cures are complicated. The ancient Greeks, Armenians, and others…
Before chronic health issues like inflammation and fatigue take hold, look for a cure in your kitchen.
“Meditation on the 16th century Isenheim Altarpiece was prescribed to the sick. ... Could art still accomplish a miracle of comfort and consolation today ... and remind people of their mortality while also mitigating fear ... and instilling hope? ... Maybe it’s time to bring this practice of the past into the present—as a way to move into the future.”