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When Guilt is Good

7 Clues That Your Baggage Needs Handling

When Is It Kind to Make Someone Feel Bad?

Sometimes, the nicest thing we can do for someone is to make them feel bad.

When It's Time for a Soul Vacation

Here’s how to get to a magical place called the “Maginal Zone.”

When It's Time for Dad to Give up the Keys

by Andrea Sherman & Marsha WeinerBen was 85 years old with a list of known woes that included ongoing back pain, congestive heart failure, and depression. His days were numbere…

When it’s Okay to Drink Wine in a Zoom Meeting: Online Tastings With Frey Vineyards

Frey Vineyards has joined the Zoom revolution—leading monthly online tastings to share fun and informative conversations with wine drinkers from around the country.

When It’s Time for a Woman to Sit Down and Be Quiet

The founder of SoulWork, Adi Shakti, on awakening and empowering the divine feminine.

When It’s Time to Burn Your Map

Because everyone’s life journey eventually arrives at a precipice or fork in the road

When Less is More

There’s an underground spiritual movement in the United States that has grown so quietly over the last few decades that you may not even know you’re part of it. To find out if yo…

When Life Becomes a Spiritual Practice: 5 Qualities of a Selfless Yogi

Learn how to spiritualize your daily actions so everything you do becomes sacred and blessed.

When Love and Political Opinion Clash

I regularly see posts on social media from people saying, “If you voted for_________ (fill in the blank), you can unfriend me,” or “never speak to me again,” or a variation on a di…

When Loyalty and Integrity Clash

When I was in my twenties, my dad gave me a Franklin Day Planner and an audiotape on time management. The speaker was Hyrum Smith, co-founder of Franklin Covey. He offered the exer…

When One Spouse Wants Out of the Marriage But the Other Doesn’t

What happens when divorce isn't a unanimous decision? Discernment counseling isn't like regular couples therapy.

When Others Frustrate You

There’s a way of being that I’m trying to cultivate in myself — to let go of wanting others to be a certain way. Here’s the problem: we all get frustrated with other people.…

When Pines Are Divine

A six-year Japanese program preserves thousands of Shinto shrines and woodlands.

When Pines Are Divine

A six-year Japanese program preserves thousands of Shinto shrines and woodlands.

When Religion Becomes Lethal

When Religion Becomes Lethal: The Explosive Mix of Politics and Religion in Judaism, Christianity, and IslamBy Charles KimballToday, when even a small number of religious zealots c…

When Sex Is New Again

In her new book, the best-selling author Iris Krasnow reveals how women really feel about intimacy—from their text-driven 20s to their golden years.

When the Grass Is Greener

Having the name Eve is quite an archetype to manage all by itself. The name Eve coupled with running a garden sanctuary and nursery and being a relationship specialist becomes almo…

When the Gunman Walked Into My Church

Learning the fundamentals of emergency preparedness.