Entries tagged with “Practices”
Let go of being weighed down by an overly complicated life.
A new study suggests that mind-body interventions can reverse a common molecular reaction that causes poor health.
The energy of the Full Moon invites a release of all that no longer serves us. Energize these hand reflexology points to support a feeling of gratitude, expansion, and letting go.
The Waning Moon invites reflection and introspection. This slower pace is supported by activating hand reflexology points that release tension held in the sacrum, shoulders, and knees.
Cultivate a calm, clear mind and activate your pineal gland while setting powerful and balanced intentions with the new moon through hand reflexology and aromatherapy practice.
Try these hand reflexology points that support the energy of the Waxing Moon and cultivating a calm, balanced, and secure state so that energy is used for creating momentum on your chosen path.
Kathryn Drury Wagner speaks with trauma expert Kathryn Templeton on how to move from immobilization into balance and harmony.
Loneliness is hitting especially hard during these holidays. Here are some ways to cope.
Every worldview, whether religious or cultural, is steeped in the structure of a story. Christians, for example, elevate the value of love through the archetype of Jesus, the ultim…
The most meaningful thing for me is to live my truth. To know that I’m living what I value, I’m doing things I believe in, and I’m doing them now rather than waiting. And to know t…
As the chocolate buzz of Valentine’s Day fades, I find myself thinking about radical acts of self-love. Over the last week I’ve polled my friends, asking them for their take on the…
Thomas Hübl spoke with S&H about overcoming generations of trauma.
By Dana M. ZipkinAs a mom to three children under the age of six, I’ve grown to appreciate those daily rituals that seem so ordinary: preparing breakfast, going to the park after s…
The practice of taking a break from solid foods has important heath, spiritual, and mental benefits.
Find solace in an animal rosary practice that invokes blessings on our furry, finned, and feathered companions.
It’s holiday season. Take advent beyond the four walls of your own home.
A conversation with Jungian analyst and psychologist Rachael Wooten on the power of a Tara practice and her connection to the female Buddha.
“Close your eyes,” my yoga teacher says. “Don’t open them again for the next 90 minutes.”We laugh a little, like, Is she serious?Then she says, “I’m serious. Don’t open your eyes.”…
We do yoga to set ourselves free, right? That’s the message we get, anyway: the purpose of our practice is to liberate ourselves from sticky things like our bodies, desires, and re…
If you stay warm and dry it will take 10 minutes.