Entries tagged with “Practice”
If we are relentless and impeccable about stalking ourselves, a result is that we leave the world and other people alone.
What self-care means is unique to each of us. Ask yourself these questions to go beyond the basic routine and create a transcendent self-care habit.
As a yoga teacher, over the years I've had many people ask me whether yoga is the real deal: Does it really help, or is it just another fad? Do you have to be an acrobat to feel go…
How knitting can strengthen the connection between the right and left hemispheres of your brain.
Walking a labyrinth can allow entry to the unknown if we are willing to listen.
Julie Peters, the author of Secrets of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses, shares her wisdom on building a moon practice.
Learn how this artist starts her day with camera in hand.
I play with “wonder questions” all the time. I use them in coaching sessions and with my Sweetheart. I use them not to shift what I am thinking about, but how I am thinking ab…
“she showed me what she knew— / how to settle alongside lamplight / and fill my lap with skeins”
When stress strikes, self-care often takes a backseat. “The ability to care for oneself is predicated on the ability to consistently go inward and listen to what is there with open…
Got a stressed-out cat? Here is everything you need to know about reiki for cats—from what it is and how it can help your cat to remote reiki, plus four tips to soothe your stressed feline friend.
Rewilding means reconnecting with your “wild untamed soul.” Remember the way home with this practice.
In the wake of New Year’s Resolution season, some of us are taking a good hard look at what’s blocking our paths to happiness and health. There’s plenty: the world is full of distr…
Building a practice of being with your emotions.
If you’ve been meditating for some time now, but haven’t been able to deepen your practice, it may be time to check your posture.
Stress has become a bad word in our culture. It causes illness and contributes to chronic pain. And we have too much of it. So we practice yoga: we meditate, do savasana, get relax…
Try these tips for getting comfortable in your favorite sleeping position.
Quite simply, the hauntings of our mind stand between us and everything else.
I grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, celebrating my 7th birthday and coming into the age of reason during the summer of the Detroit riots. There was this unspoken fear and concern …
This exercise illuminates our motivations, good and ill, which might help us avoid self-destructive extremes.