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“There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others.” —Author Mandy Hale From the time we are very young, we learn that…
It seems like all over the world, everywhere I listen these days, there are amazing conversations going on about women, leadership, and power. The dialogue is validating the instin…
Intuitive body, mind, and soul connection energy healing sessions, wellness events, and transformational retreats available internationally.
“Women’s circles are a gathering of women, for women. These sisterhood meetings give women a safe space to connect, share, and empower.”
National Women’s History Month encourages us to celebrate, study, and observe the vital role of women in American history. Here are online events to get you started.
There’s no reason meditating has to be painful, says staff writer JULIE PETERS. As long as you are in your own thoughts and feelings, meditation can happen anywhere.
Which is your best learning mode?
“There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.” —Aldo Leopold
Pain can offer an invitation to soften, writes Mark Coleman, the founder of the Mindfulness Institute.
An Interview with Mirabai Bush
Reverend Aline Silva is a Baptist pastor and preacher, and a member of the queer community. She has a profound passion for an intersectional approach to community outreach, which is a central focus in her work with CreatureKind, and a firm belief in the power of radical love.
If you feel especially pulled by the moon, it’s helpful to know what phase it is in and plan, or adjust, accordingly.
World War N is a fight against nihilism, the belief that power is the only thing that really matters.
Recent studies confirm that a "half-empty" outlook is literally bad for your health.
A psychology professor argues that worrying is actually good for the mind and body.
Religion is only as healthy or as sick as our imaginations allow.
In the latest installment of Roadside Assistance, Rabbi Rami answers questions about morality, atheism, and enlightenment (and that Allstate commercial).
Do you love where you live?Do you live where you love?Exploring rainforests, farms and craters on Hawaii's Big Island last week, traversing its dazzling, dreamlike backcountry via …
Would the world be better off without religion? This was the question debated on NPR’s Intelligence Squared the other day, and, like most debates, left me annoyed. The pro side ar…