Entries tagged with “Spiritual Practice”
Maybe the secrets of relationships really are all in the cards
Ancient teachings like Lomi Lomi and Ho’oponopono help heal modern hurts.
Having a buddy with you as you journey through life is crucial, especially for those times when you find yourself feeling lost.
The first thing about spiritual practice is that, for it to work, we have to do it. An obvious truth. The second thing about spiritual practice is that we need to do it regularly—m…
No matter your spiritual outlook, creating a place that is set apart will help you in countless ways. Create a holy altar at-home to bring spiritual peace and joy to your life as you balance all the other activities in your living spaces.
This is my arrangement of a transcription of the conversation/dharma talk with Zen priest Sokuzan Bob Brown last Sunday at our local meditation group. Bob began by describing the b…
Many of us are so overwhelmed by holiday pressures that we miss out on the special moments that give meaning to this time of year. Whatever your religious beliefs, set yourself up …
Celebrate an animal-friendly Easter by resurrecting the Earth.
An examen practice can assist in finding and interpreting the thread of spirituality that is always in your life.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Santa Fe-based artist Alexandra Eldridge about intuition, illustrating the tarot deck, and the importance of trusting yourself.
In our high-tech world filled with 24-7 technology, social media and the need to be connected to our smart phones at every turn, the idea of getting away to unplug and rejuvenate s…
Within that which you fear, there is spiritual potential. Reclaim your monsters and awaken to the presence of God in Godzilla.
To these perennial questions, I offer some answers — not to close a conversation but to broaden one. I do not claim to know anything you don’t know, but if I can help you remember …
Studies suggest animals engage in their own kind of spiritual practices. Discover animal-inspired prayer through a sacred writing practice.
Our March/April 2020 cover subject is Native Hawaiian cultural practitioner and lomilomi expert Jeana Naluai. Rabbi Rami spoke with her to learn about healing and forgiveness.
Honor your grief as we enter into the season of generative death and prepare for the coming season of rebirth.
Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler
Mark Nepo reflects on his spiritual journey, our polarized country, and how being open-hearted can change the world.
A skinny dipping experience can not only be incredibly sensual, but it can also be undeniably spiritual.
You have to train a dog to be vicious. For humans, all it takes is religion, politics, or social media. Dogs are the ultimate Zen practitioners.