Entries tagged with “Life Lessons”
Regain self-love, even when not feeling worthy of it, with these affirmations after mistakes.
Paul Tillich is one of the greatest philosophical theologians you’ve probably never heard of.
You’re already a philosopher—“all you need is an enquiring mind.”
Warning: Yoga may cause you to reassess your life's purpose and—gasp!—go for it.
Stumbling Toward Enlightenment and the Perfect Ride
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Finding Your Way in a Wild New World: Reclaim Your True Nature to Create the Life You WantBy Martha BeckLike all “wayfinders” or “menders” (Martha Beck’s terms for those of us who …
I don’t think of wellness as requiring a lot of new insights or cutting-edge science. The basics are, well, basic. Remembering them and honoring them—that’s the trick, along with…
“Learning about and trying to practice a form of restorative justice can help you work toward self-forgiveness.”
Unlock the key to lessening fear and embracing gratitude and aliveness.
Yin yoga, in case you’ve never heard of it before, is a style of yoga in which you wiggle yourself into a pretty intense stretch and just try to relax there for five minutes or som…
Growing up in the rather conservative city of Ottawa, Canada, I never felt that I fit in, but I found a niche at fifteen when I discovered alcohol, boys, and dance clubs. My favori…
A sociology professor records her experiences.
On being “an advocate, an activist for the expression of Love in all its forms . . .”
Beneath all our noise and trouble, the secret of life is waiting to be discovered, the way a pearl grows in a shell at the bottom of the ocean long before the diver enters the water.
When we find each other stranded, the exercise of compassion demands that we interrupt our lives to return each other to our own true nature
“Pain can turn our world and our internal compass upside down and shove us into darkness. Simultaneously, however, pain can shock us or catapult us out of everyday autopilot.”
Rabbi Rami answers your spiritual questions.
Even if you haven't read Don Miguel Ruiz’s first book, The Four Agreements, you know someone who has.
Gratitude is powerful. Building your sense of thankfulness the Buddhist way.