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#MeToo: A Teachable Moment

The nuances of assault, harassment, sexual advances and responsibility.

4 Tips to Practice Acceptance During the Holidays

Accepting, observing, and experiencing a different family culture as you would another country's may change your perspective.

5 Questions for Marianne Williamson

Williamson on the roots of depression and suffering

A Fight-Like Dance

Admittedly, Capoeira isn’t for everyone. The Afro--Brazilian martial art features leg sweeps, handstands, and acrobatic exchanges between two sparring practitioners who are encircl…

Aging: One Size Does Not Fit All

A new study suggests different measures for defining “old age.”

Book Review: Black Man in a White Coat

Black Man in a White CoatA Doctor’s Reflections on Race and Medicineby Damon TweedyPicadorWhen Damon Tweedy started medical school in 1997, he learned the painful truth about medic…

Book Review: Persephone Rising

Persephone RisingAwakening the Heroine WithinBy Carol S. Pearson, PhDHarperElixirI took Latin in high school, and while it’s proven fairly useless (why, O why, did I not learn to s…

Book Review: The Age of Dignity

The Age of DignityPreparing for the Elder Boom in a Changing AmericaBy Ai-jen PooTHE NEW PRESS Ai-jen Poo ends her book, The Age of Dignity, with a vision of herself at 80: w…

Breaking Borders

Exploring Colombia's Barrio Egipto—a neighborhood that foreigners are warned not to go anywhere near.

Care of the Soul: Care of the Soul, 25 Years Later

In the late 1980s, after about seven years of developing my own approach to psychotherapy, I was looking for a different way to re-imagine psychology, one that would have depth and…

Conspiracy Theories in the Spiritual Community

The QAnon conspiracy movement has invaded the wellness community, but its presence there is not as shocking as it might seem.

Diversifying Meditation

“Meditation is not only one of the best forms of relaxation; it is free, fully accessible, and easily taught. The practice can be expanded to low-income and minority populations through four simple ways.”

Entrepreneurs of Civilization

We have no wisdom traditions nearly as old as we are, and maybe that’s because we’ve buried something important.

Esther Perel: Rekindling Desire

Unlocking the mystery of sexuality, intimacy and desire in the 21st Century

Film Review: The Human Face of Big Data

The Human Face of Big DataSandy SmolanRoco FilmsSandy Smolan’s documentary plays at times like an infomercial for Big Data—the technological phenomenon by which the millions of bit…

Film Review: The Pearl Button

The Pearl ButtonPatricio GuzmanKino LorberThe Chilean director Patricio Guzman has spent his career chronicling the murders, tortures, and other injustices committed in his country…

Holiday Hazard: Walking While Distracted

Yet another reason to put away that phone.

Honoring Our Ancestors: They are Closer than We Think

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,…

How to Keep Your Mind

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