Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jack Adam Weber, author of the new Climate Cure.
Each of us has a personal and a community life, and trying to balance the two can be challenging. We have aches and hurts that have little to do with global and collective trauma/crisis. Larger events have little to do with our personal lives.
Or so it seems.
Our personal lives and global crises intersect inside us. In Climate Cure I write, "Personal crisis and climate crisis intersect in our hearts."
We can't devote all our attention to worldly events, nor can we devote it all to our personal lives (though some try). The goal of inner work is to free us up for outer work, for
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Cyndi Dale, author of a number of books, including the new Energy Healing for Trauma, Stress & Chronic Illness.
Scientists have yet to fully figure out the workings of the virus causing COVID-19. While waiting for new treatments and protocols, we can do more than hope.
We can empower ourselves with energy healing.
In response to the need, I devised a quick process to help energetically clear this nasty coronavirus. I've included it in my book, Energy Healing for Trauma, Stress & Chronic Illness, along with a caveat. We can't rely on energy medicine to cure, heal, or prevent viral challenges. However, by working with subtle
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jilly Shipway, author of Yoga Through the Year and the forthcoming Yoga by the Stars (December 2020, and available for pre-order in May!).
During the uncertainty of the current COVID-19 crisis, many of us are looking for ways to support our spiritual and mental health, alongside safeguarding our physical wellbeing. Walking Meditation is one of the best ways I know to relieve stress and calm an anxious mind. It's ideally suited for those times when you want to meditate but don't want to spend more time sitting still. It's also a way of getting some gentle exercise. Many people find it's a way of freeing up their ideas and of magically
We are facing an unprecedented global crisis, one that finds many of us sheltering in place or quarantined within our houses. As the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), along with our local, state, and federal governments, provide an increasingly long list of things we can't do, many of us are wondering—what is left that we can do?
While many of us are brainstorming ways to keep our children occupied at home (and there are several websites with some great ideas for home-based education or other non-screen-time activities—check out Twin Cities Mom Collective for 50 at-home activities for kids to get started), and with most public gathering