Entries tagged with “Nature”
The Five Elements offer information that connects us to nature and our bodies and helps us to understand our energy and emotions.
We dig in with author Sue Stuart-Smith. “When we sow the soil, we plant seeds of healing within ourselves.”
Discover the wisdom of the trees with a grounding tree meditation script and audio.
Support your soul and wander under a big blue sky with these finds for healthy exploring.
Nature’s good for us. Try out wooden goods to bring the glorious natural world into your home.
Nature has the capacity to hold all of our grief and sorrow. Being in nature reminds us that cycles of renewal are part of our reality.
How thrill seeking is a gateway drug to biocentricity
On this episode, witness spirit and nature dancing together at the meditation gardens of Self Realization Fellowship's Lake Shrine and Encinitas Retreat and Hermitage in Southern C…
More people are living on the planet, but the amount of usable water stays the same. “Clearly, we must adjust our habits to live more sustainably on the earth.”
Create your own labyrinth, finding the trees amidst the cactuses and bushes.
Do you have a relationship with Planet Earth—your home? Taking time to focus on and appreciate the place you live creates a feeling of connection and health.
Getting out of our comfort zone is not always easy, but we may find that releasing our grip allows it to feel a little more like grace.
Here’s how to get to a magical place called the “Maginal Zone.”
The art of woodwork captures a spirit, smoothing internal lines of yearning.
S&H’s Creative Director sets off for Squam Lake and discovers the joy of retreat.
“That's so meta.” ... From self-reflective to the Buddhist mettā (cultivating benevolence), “we can practice wild lovingkindness to extend beyond one being, beyond humanity.” Here, 5 mettā moment starters, plus a practice for reflecting on your wild connections.
Quests are fundamental to the human experience. Read to discover why four days in the woods can change everything.
“There is nothing as warm and wonderful as winter. Good books. A friendly dog. Homemade soup. How could I not love the idea of the coming season?”
A longtime altar maker shares his practice