Entries tagged with “Healing”

Change Yourself to Change the World

The world needs help, but before we can save the world we have to help ourselves. Here are some ideas for building a more connected life.

Changing Our Mental Filters

Excerpted from Tears to Triumph by Marianne Williamson

Changing Your Bad Dreams Into Good Thoughts

If you are plagued by nightmares, try one of these three practices to shift your perception of the dream. Then watch how your health is affected.

Channeling Depression Into a Powerful Tool for Creativity

I wouldn't exactly call depression a gift, but I’ve come to accept the restless emptiness and nagging sadness as signals from my soul instead of merely the symptoms of an illness t…

Choose Hope and Healing in Divided Times

Become part of a collective lifting up of humanity by actively choosing hope and healing and by sending light into a divided world.

Complicated Grief: What Happens When You Can’t Go On

Complicated grief is more than the intense, acute grief almost everyone experiences after someone dear to them dies. It is prolonged and all-consuming.

Conquering Autoimmune Disorders

Two alternative approaches offer hope to those suffering from chronic pain.

Could an Orchid Have Saved My Grandmother’s Brain?

A granddaughter explores research that provides new hope for Alzheimer’s patients.

Create a Foundation for Healing from Trauma

Laying the important groundwork for healing trauma.

Create a Garden of the Senses

Sensory gardens look, smell, feel, taste, and sound beautiful. They are designed to be therapeutic for those with special needs.Yet the greatest healing of these magical places com…

Create a Healing Circle

Become an “energetic activist” by joining with others to create a collective healing circle in difficult times.

Create an Animal Healing Circle in Your Community

Shiri Joshua, M.A., is a psychotherapist, “animal whisperer,” and director of the Shiri Joshua Centre for Human & Animal Healing in Vancouver, British Columbia. Each month she hold…

Cultivate Balance: 4 Resources for Encouraging Self Care




If you’ve found your way to this blog, the chances are that you might consider yourself an activist. If that’s the case, chances also are that you or someone you love has had is…

Dancing, Healing

Julie Peters talks with Indigenous dance artist Olivia C. Davies about dance as a healing practice.

Deep Listening

Dr. Neha Sangwan and writer and coach Jackee Holder say deep listening is the path to wellness

Divine Brine for the Dis-Ease of...

The Comparative MindComparing is great for prices at the grocery store, but when we start treating the unique and sacred story of our own life that way, we always invite suffering.…

Does it Matter if You're an Alcoholic?

If you are questioning your relationship with alcohol, could that make you one of the lucky ones?

Ease Suffering with Music

In the growing field of music thanatology, research finds that a patient’s final days can be made easier with music.When aggressive treatments and heroic measures fail, caregivers …

Eat Leafy Greens for a Sharper Brain

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” —Hippocrates A new study has found that eating leafy green vegetables – such as spinach, kale and mustard greens – can h…

Eat Your Flowers

"Just living is not enough...one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower."—Hans Christian Andersen Flowers. They are the earth’s purest model of natural beauty. The…