Entries tagged with “Spring”
Nature is fuel for the soul. Embrace the great outdoors with these nature affirmations.
Spring is here! It’s time to come out of hibernation and step into the great outdoors. Not that we need any convincing, but for years, scientists have been claiming the importance …
So you need a drink? Here are eight healthful ingredients you likely already have in your home or garden that give maximum boost with minimum thinking time—no recipe required.
Just say no to fasting. Cruciferous veggies and turmeric can be powerful tools in your spring detox plan. Read more tips from Dr. Stacie Stephenson, an expert in regenerative, functional, and natural medicine.
Instead of our working against nature to fit our own needs and desires, Ayurveda teaches that when we accept what Earth provides, we keep seasonal illnesses at bay.
At the end of the third week of a monthlong pilgrimage to Korea some sixteen years ago, I was completely broken. Before we began the pilgrimage, I figured that a shaved head would …
Dr. Stacie J. Stephenson, chair of Functional Medicine at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, shares ways to support a healthy mind and body as we transition from winter into spring.
Ready to grow your own food this season?On this in-studio episode of Conscious Living®, gardening expert Meredith Sheperd, the founder of Love and Carrots, shares time-tested secre…
An excerpt from Randi Ragan’s book A Year of Living Mindfully: Seasonal Practices to Nourish Body, Mind, and Spirit
Happy first days of Spring! It’s a celebratory season, and one that just can’t help but invoke change, transformation, and rebirth. It’s spring cleaning time–get the dusty clothes…
Try this recipe, perfect for lightening up during Spring.
By Jeff Wallis The restorative power of nature can be accessible—anytime, anywhere—through the ritual of a Memory Walk. All you need is a route to walk and a camera. …
Like most people, I rejoice in the coming of spring. Despite my firm intention to appreciate nature’s pageantry all year round, the short, dark days of winter tend to leave me cold…
A delicious soup recipe for spring.
Modern living causes us to overlook the obvious. Here’s how not to let that happen.
May the eternal hope of spring’s blossoms buoy you through to winter’s end
Healthful eating is trending up while we’re on lockdown. Here’s a garden variety of in-season staples and delicious dishes worth cooking up while you stay safe at home.
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.
The May supermoon marks a turning point, a movement into the bright, sunshiny half of the year.