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Date: 2013-12-30 By: Keith Park PhD
At certain rare moments—sometimes when in quiet reflection or relaxing in nature—we may discover an often surprising yet pleasant experience of temporarily losing our individual perspective and seeing the world from a larger, more encompassing perspective. Keith Park, Ph.D., author of The Serenity Solution, describes three ways we can embrace this divinity amidst our busy, everyday lives and enjoy peace and clarity.
Date: 2014-02-10 By: Djuna Wojton
We've ushered in a New Year, and with it comes an opportunity to make a fresh start. You have probably made your list of resolutions for the coming year with renewed optimism, but creating positive changes can be challenging. Here, Karmic Choices author Djuna Wojton provides three tips to help you achieve your goals—no matter what they may be.
Date: 2014-10-06 By: Anna Guest-Jelley
How can we shift our focus to a more positive image of our bodies? Anna Guest-Jelley, co-author and contributor to Yoga and Body Image, explains how she made her shift.
Date: 2014-01-13 By: Servet Hasan
Let's face it: breakups hurt, even when we knew that the relationship was doomed in the first place and it was time to move on months ago. These changes can be powerfully painful, but there are ways to move forward. Servet Hasan, author of The Intuitive Heart of Romance and the new Life in Transition, provides 3 ways to survive a bad breakup.
Date: 2016-05-23 By: Servet Hasan
Sensitive people have gotten a bum rap. We live in a world that doesn't embrace the values of sensitivity, so we get told that we are weak, unusual, touchy, and hard to please. The sad truth is that we hear these messages in many ways throughout our lives. Even if it is from a well-meaning teacher or parent who tries to "toughen us up," the crux of these messages is that there is something wrong with being sensitive. But what if we came to realize that our sensitivity is actually composed of many different strengths? Dr. Kyra Mesich, author of the new Strength of Sensitivity, presents four of the secret strengths of sensitivity.
Date: 2010-02-08 By: Douglas De Long
Our modern world is rife with conflict, stress, and despair. In today's society, how can we use the divine energy of Jesus and Mary Magdalene to heal ourselves and others? Douglas De Long, author of Ancient Teachings for Beginners and Ancient Healing Techniques, explains.
Date: 2013-12-02 By: Tisha Morris
One healing modality that has been overlooked—and that is literally right under our nose—is our home. Our home is a reflection of ourselves, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Tisha Morris, author of Mind, Body, Home, describes four ways that we can make changes to our home—making changes to our selves and our lives in the process.
Date: 2015-09-07 By: Anodea Judith PhD
Anodea Judith is well-known in the yoga community, along with her bestselling book Wheels of Life and her Illuminated Chakras DVD. Now she returns with her new book, Anodea Judith's Chakra Yoga. Discover how forty years of experience—both on and off the mat—influenced her path.
Date: 2014-05-12 By: Sasha Graham
Why should we create our own tarot spreads? Creating spreads makes us a better reader. There are plenty of available spreads that might suit our needs perfectly, but isn't it better to tailor-make one? Sasha Graham, author of Tarot Diva and the new 365 Tarot Spreads discusses five amazing reasons we should create our own tarot spreads.
Date: 2016-04-04 By: Erin Byron MA
It is a busy world and most of our lives are full. So full, in fact, that we barely have time to notice how we are living as life hurries by. This sense of disconnected rushing leads to stress and, in time, pervasive anxiety. Mindfulness, or the act of bringing awareness to our thoughts, bodies, and the present moment, is a powerful practice for reducing stress. Here, Erin Byron, MA, co-author of Llewellyn's Complete Book of Mindful Living, presents five areas that mindfulness can help us relieve stress and anxiety.