Entries tagged with “Ancestors”
Try this ritual to invite connection with and guidance from your ancestors.
Ancient teachings like Lomi Lomi and Ho’oponopono help heal modern hurts.
By Lara Vesta I come from a line of powerful women. My great-grandmother birthed her 12 children alone with her husband on the Canadian steppes. The nearest town was 70 miles away…
Whether they are real—and you are Irish—or not
Devotionals serve as a grounding presence during unprecedented times. “The practice of a daily devotion connects to the idea of spiritual reflection as a way to gain clarity and peace. Daily time for devotion creates inner peace, slows us down, and allows us to connect with the divine.”
The ancient Maya called the consciousness required to experience this state of Oneness the “jaguar body.”
When Earthbound Farms co-founder Myra Goodman found her father’s journals after his death, she discovered a way to understand and connect with him.
In the past few months I’ve been saddened by the pain and confusion the deep political divide has caused in so many of us across the U.S. Just before the November election, the NPR…
by Kim Nash Do you ever think about your ancestors—distant relatives whom you may have never met but you somehow feel connected to? Perhaps you’ve seen a photograph of them,…
The shared act of knitting with a beloved grandmother opens up space, time, and stories.
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An excerpt from Die Wise by Stephen Jenkinson
Buddhist minister, activist, and yoga instructor Lama Rod Owens shares his thoughts on the importance of remembering Black history and honoring lineage and how a benefactor practice can begin the process of liberation within the body.
Whether or not you suffer from celiac disease, the harsh truth is that we all have become gluten intolerant to a surprising degree.
Shamanic practitioner (and emergency medic) Winter Ross met a sister in a wounded ponderosa pine.
I received an interesting questionnaire while I was away in India. I’m sharing my responses with you here as an invitation for you to share your own with us as well. The questionna…