Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Robert Butera, PhD, Erin Byron, MA, and Staffan Elgelid, PhD, PT, co-authors of the new Yoga Therapy for Stress & Anxiety.
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We live in an era where most of our time—including so-called "leisure time"—rests in the shadow of ongoing demands. Pressure from bosses, family, and our own internal agendas creates a climate of continual stress within the body-mind complex. There has been a loud buzz about "stress management" for decades as experts teach us how to relate to our busy lives. Although the last thirty years of discussion has taught us to "manage" stress,
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Keith Sherwood and Sabine Wittmann, authors of the new Energy Healing for Women.
Since 2001 there has been a fundamental shift in the subtle field of energy and consciousness. As a result more and more women (and men) recognize that they have unlimited power to heal themselves, their family relationships, and the planet—not only on the physical level, but also on the levels of body, soul, and spirit. It was because we were deeply influenced by these changes that Sabine and I began work on Energy Healing for Women.
In Energy Healing for Women, you will use the techniques of chakra healing, karmic release, raja yoga, massage, mudras,
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jeanne Van Bronkhorst, author of Premonitions in Daily Life and Dreams at the Threshold.
I am delighted to be writing today about my new book, Dreams at the Threshold: Guidance, Comfort, and Healing at the End of Life.
I have been asked by other healthcare professionals why I would want to bother people who are sick by asking about their dreams. The end of life is an emotionally intense and spiritually profound time, and for those who view dreams as meaningless and irrelevant, asking about dreams makes no sense.
I understand their hesitation. As a child I was also taught that dreams are nonsense, but my own dreams were much more than
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Melissa Harris, author of the new 99 Keys to a Creative Life.
I hope this writing finds you in a state of peace and wanting for nothing. However, if there are areas of your life that you may feel are lacking, or where you may want to create change, consider employing imagery to help you move forward.
Being a painter, I’m naturally most inclined to experience the world visually. The thought of a brand new tube of paint or an empty canvas makes my heart beat faster! Color makes me happy, and my preference toward various colors changes. Have you noticed that you are attracted to a particular color for awhile and then you want a different