Entries tagged with “Wisdom”

Is This My Dark Night of the Soul?

Or just a case of the blues

Kambo Cleanse and Hearing God’s Voice in Frog Poison

What is it really like to try a kambo cleanse? The South American detox treatment.

Listening to Trees

We interact with trees as strangers because we don’t know their stories. When we listen, we “unself” ourselves— and open to great beauty.

Living A Good And Moral Life: Whatever That Means To You

Exploring your purpose, using contemplation, and defining values can provide a roadmap to meaningful life.

Love vs. Attachment

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Not Written in Stone

Rabbi Rachel Cowan discusses aging workshops, wisdom, and loss.

Remembering Our Roots

By Ivy Cox The smell of incense wafting through the air is at once familiar and soothing to me, having spent part of my childhood in Taiwan. On the first and fifteenth of every lu…

Seven Buddhist Lessons in Gratitude

Gratitude is powerful. Building your sense of thankfulness the Buddhist way.

Spirituality and Luck

Do you think you won a jackpot by being born? Rabbi Rami takes on spirituality and luck.

Stay Sharp by Learning Something New

Learning benefits us as we age

Student-Self and Teacher-Soul

“Very often, our anxious self will attack a problem, looking for how to juggle, maintain, or solve what has been set in motion, while the teacher within will stand back and question our very assumptions, even our very definition of what constitutes a problem.”

The Joy Of Being Feminine Wisdom and the Power of Weakness

What is feminine wisdom? What is feminine power? What role can they play — for both men and women — in this time of such significant global change? Feminine wisdom is mysterious an…

The Role of Sacred Geometry in Informing Us

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The Talking Tree

Shamanic practitioner (and emergency medic) Winter Ross met a sister in a wounded ponderosa pine.

Understand Yourself on a Deeper Level with Akashic records

The Akashic realm is a perfect place for initiating change from the inside out.

Unlikely Rebels

An excerpt from The Activist’s Tao Te Ching by William Martin

Ways of Knowing

Intuitive ways of knowing go beyond conscious thinking and guide us to truths that are difficult to prove or even explain.

Wise Selfishness Rather than Foolish Selfishness

A conversation with the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu on the realization that nothing beautiful comes without some suffering.

Wiser: A Neuropsychiatrist on Consciously Increasing Wisdom

Dilip Jeste, MD, offers ideas for increasing wisdom through empathy, compassion, and belief.