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Walk Like a Yogi: How to Live Your Yoga Practice Off the Mat

As many die hard yogis can attest, committing to a consistent yoga asana (Sanskrit for pose) practice can lead to more flexibility, strength, balance and overall serenity.However, …

Walking the Health Care Labyrinth

Pioneering the role of “patient navigator,” Elisabeth Russell helps clients navigate the maze of today’s health care system

Walking the Divine Fido

Praying to dog? Studies have shown prayer has a positive impact on mental and physical health and healing—regardless of who or what you pray to.

Walking the Labyrinth for Self-Discovery

"If you walk embracing the principle that you are walking the labyrinth to learn about yourself, rather than it, you will become aware of your tendencies. This awareness will offer you the opportunity to experiment with other options, other ways of being, to try them on to see if they are a better fit."

Walking the Labyrinth of Relationships

Labyrinths have taken their rightful place in spas, churches, hospitals, parks, schools, gardens and many a back yard over the last couple of decades. Many of us are becoming aware…

Walking the Tree Labyrinth

Create your own labyrinth, finding the trees amidst the cactuses and bushes.

Walnut-Mushroom Burgers

1 cup walnuts (toast for additional flavor) 1 cup pumpkin seeds, green (raw)
 1 cup mushrooms, quartered
 1 cup onion 3 cloves garlic, minced
 ½ tsp ground turmeric
 2 tbs…

Walt Whitman on being enough

I exist as I am that is enough

Walt Whitman on embracing optimism.

Keep your face always toward the sunshine–and shadows will fall behind you.

Walt Whitman on friendship.

I have perceived that to be with those I like is enough

Walt Whitman on the power and peace within

Let your soul stand cool and composed before a million universes

Walt Whitman on the simple things

I have perceived that to be with those I like is enough

Want to Be Close to Someone? Ask These 36 Questions

Can you create a sense of closeness or intimacy with a complete stranger? Psychology research says, yes, you can.

Want to Be Happier? Nurture Your Ecological Self

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.

Want to Be More Creative? Tap Into Your Circadian Rhythms

Hope Clark leads a dual life. By day, she writes and edits the newsletter Funds for Writers; by night, she plots murder mysteries.“I’m very good at compartmentalizing,” says Clark,…

Want to Feel Happier? Value Your Time

Work less and be happier.

Want to Try Intuitive Eating? Here’s 5 Ways to Get Started.

Tuning in to your body’s cues when it comes to eating is easier said than done. But with practice and patience, intuitive eating is a great way to figure out what your body really needs.

War and Inner Peace

We all participate in some way in our nation’s wars. Here’s why we don’t let war interfere with our serenity — and why we should. His afternoon, while my yoga teacher urged …

Warm Your Heart with Homemade Chai

In the late fall, all I want to do is curl up with a mug of steaming chai: the aromatic beverage we Westerners have adopted from the Indian drink masala chai, which means, literall…