Entries tagged with “Reflection”
Try these practices when stress starts to overwhelm you.
Kahlil Gibran said, “The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain.” As we age, thinking about the relationship between joy and sorrow can help us deal with some of the heavier disappointments in life.
Since I’ve been practicing and teaching One-Moment Meditation, I pepper my day with lots of moments of re-centering and checking in with myself, clearing my mind of whatever I’ve p…
Awake at the BedsideContemplative Teachings on Palliative and End-of-Life CareEdited by Koshin Paley Ellison and Matt WeingastWisdom Publications“The potential for intimacy—fo…
Grace, Gravity & Getting Old
“sometimes we have to make pilgrimage to live in the open in order to have a view of the vastness of life, and sometimes we are in debt to those before us for what we assume is a birthright.”
Discover what’s in your heart, rather than what’s in your head.
Columnist Mark Nepo shares his field notes on living and insights found in his lifelong conversation with the Universe.
Even if you haven't read Don Miguel Ruiz’s first book, The Four Agreements, you know someone who has.
Not a rosary person? No matter your beliefs, you may be surprised at the power of this famous tool.
Finding meaning in the experiences that make us cry
As the year closes, it is a great time to review and evaluate how things are doing. Most of us are familiar with assessing our productivity, grades, health, weight, or finances, bu…
Your ability to see the soul and subtlety inside of another person is in part dependent on your ability to acknowledge it in yourself.
New S&H Managing Editor Tequia Burt shares her top picks from 2019.
Here are three tips for asking the questions to get you out of limitation, ignite curiosity and create transformative change.
For Reasons You Don't Understand