Entries tagged with “Spiritual Journey”
Celebrated writer Ruth Ozeki’s latest novel, The Book of Form and Emptiness, continues her tradition of “enacting the Zen teachings in the world.”
Discover potential pitfalls for the spiritual seeker based on two decades of research.
Rabbi Rami Shapiro answers questions from S&H readers. “I’m engaged to a man I met in Bible study. He asked me to be his helpmeet the way Eve was Adam’s helpmeet (Genesis 2:18) ... What do you think he means?”
Difficulties in life are inevitable. But how we perceive our challenges directly determines the extent to which we suffer, and ultimately, whether we succeed or fail in overcoming …
A spiritual journey nourished by constant self-reflection and meditation mala beads.
How Enlightenment Changes Your Brainby Andrew Newberg, M.D., and Mark Robert WaldmanAvery BooksAlthough cultures all over the world have long spoken of enlightenment, the conc…
The way you get to your purpose may differ among individuals, but the purpose is the same: follow the straight path and draw closer to God.
To travel light, invest in the perfect carry-on. Bring only this, and it’s impossible to over-pack. Here are three of our favorites.
Sponsored Content from Reputation.CA
A shaman’s journey from the nightmare to the daydream to the sacred dream.
“As I walked, something walked with me. Not in the sand—but to my right, in the water, just beyond the breaking of the waves.”
A frontline nurse seeks a spiritual way of seeing.
THE VERY NATURE OF SENTIENCE is at the heart of Frauke Sandig and Eric Black’s absorbing documentary, which asks more questions than it can answer in ways that leave you wanting to…
You may find your calling at the place where your gifts intersect with other people’s needs.
These two profiles may inspire you to make changes in your own life.
Interspiritual wisdom to help you find your spiritual style, choose the grand questions that call you, and create your personal practice.
7 places to experience silence
Close your eyes and take a journey in your mind—ask yourself, “What is calling to me right now—and what do I need now?”
Giving and receiving gifts can be a true joy. But accumulating more things can feel like a burden.
Restore your natural rhythms at these idyllic getaways.