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Your Prescription: Look at Art

“Meditation on the 16th century Isenheim Altarpiece was prescribed to the sick. ... Could art still accomplish a miracle of comfort and consolation today ... and remind people of their mortality while also mitigating fear ... and instilling hope? ... Maybe it’s time to bring this practice of the past into the present—as a way to move into the future.”

Your Sacred Relationship with Food

Once we acknowledge our sustenance as divine energy, we give ourselves an opportunity to engage in a new relationship with food.

Your Self-Esteem is Not the Problem

Like everyone else, I’ve had difficult times in my life. I’ve had bad breakups, I’ve made mistakes, and I’ve been hurt. In these difficult moments, a lot of people have cheerfully …

Your Soul is an Experience, Not a Thing

I stumbled upon a book recently. It was a hot and muggy Saturday afternoon and I was trying to distract, or maybe focus, a restless mind on something other than sweating. Now, days…

Your Soul Needs Playtime

A few years ago, when I was teaching an undergraduate seminar at Stanford on the psychology of happiness, I had the students put away their books and push their chairs to the side …

Your Struggles Don't Define You

For better or worse, challenge is an ingrained part of growth and awakening. All of us have struggles at some point or another. But some who face challenges are happy; some are no…

Your Superpower Seed of Intention

You are your own superhero

Your Third Chakra: The Seat of Volition

The third chakra has a large and powerful role in manifestation.

Your Unchosen Lifelong Companion Is ... You

Do you find it difficult to love yourself? I mean: to truly relish looking at and being with and thinking of yourself? When those of us who hate ourselves are told to love ourselv…

Your Very Own Chain of Sorrow

John Prine passed away Tuesday night after fighting COVID-19.

Your Whole Heart

If you could see your heart, you would see what fulfills your life. Here's a glimpse of what's inside you.

yrus Khambatta, PhD, and Robby Barbaro, MPH

Cyrus Khambatta, PhD, and Robby Barbaro, MPH, are the team behind masteringdiabetes.org, an online coaching platform for people living with all forms of diabetes that foc…

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Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo

Zaya Benazzo is a filmmaker from Bulgaria. For many years, she worked as an environmental activist in Holland and Bulgaria, and later produced and directed several award-winni…

Zen and the Art of Not Tearing Your Hair Out

If you had a time machine, would you speed forward into the future or relive the past?Someone asked me this once in a car on a road trip, and while my car-mates reminisced about ti…

Zen Garden

As her family begins the restoration of a traditional Japanese-style garden, Zen teacher Karen Maezen Miller receives a teaching of love—and of letting go—in the fleeting beauty of its flowers.

Zen Medication: Can Meditation Heal Us?

A study published in the July Journal of Psychiatric Practice reveals that Zen meditation and its secular sister, mindfulness meditation, effectively reduce depression, anxiety, an…

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