The holiday season can be one of serenity, calm, and even a little joy if you play your cards right.
Category: Mind & Spirit
I believe that there is no separation of body, mind and emotions. Thoughts, feelings, attitudes and belief systems all affect your physical well being in the same way that a dysfunction in your body can affect your mental well being.
Keeping healthy means therefore not only your physical health but also your mental and spiritual health. Finding meaning and a sense of purpose in life is an important part of your prescription for wellness.
One of my guiding principles in life is based on the notion of Ubuntu, an African word meaning what us makes us human is the humanity we show each other. Ubuntu is a belief in the universal bond of sharing that unites all humanity. It is a concept that is similar to what we know as compassion – compassion for ourselves, our family, our community, the global community and the earth.
In this section you will find posts on Ubuntu, stress reduction, relaxation, meditation and spiritual well-being.
How to move beyond gratitude hype and get to the heart of the matter.
It’s been a brutal election season — for everyone. Here are some tips to soothe tension and start the healing.
An acupuncturist explains how you can use firm pressure — instead of needles — to relieve headaches, nausea, and more.
Best-selling author and self-proclaimed “spirit junkie” Gabby Bernstein wants to help folks transform fear into faith.
Well-being is not simply the result of good genes or good luck, says pioneering researcher Richard Davidson. It’s a skill we can cultivate.
Are you tired and wired? Here’s how to heal adrenal fatigue.
Here are three ways Dr. Lipman relaxes at the end of the day.
Feeling overwhelmed? Intentional breathing can help quell your anxiety. Try these four breathing methods.
Why community, social interaction and learning are as important as a nutrient-dense diet.