Spiritual Practice

On Silence

Silence is a good friend. It allows for the natural progression of things. Still, I remain nervous, anxious as ever to fill the...

We’ve all been in spaces that feel sacred and serene—spaces that inspire us to let down our guard and breathe easy as soon as we step foot in them. Sometimes we sense that peaceful quietude in a cathedral, a counselor’s Zen-designed office, a...

Adyashanti, a dynamic and inspiring spiritual teacher, reveals how a realization of oneness involves letting go of our identification with our ego.

 

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People ask me, “What is your experience when you chant?” I don’t know what to tell them. What I do is a little mystical and mysterious, even to me. I can’t explain it. When I sing I start to release my thoughts and feelings and the stuff of the...

Most of us are enmeshed in the world, and we get lost very easily in the stuff of life. A daily practice is very useful to keep reminding you, to keep pulling you back and waking you up again, giving you a chance to see how you got lost the day...

Marlise Karlin encourages you to invite stillness in, release the past, and find your true life purpose. 

On the night my father put his fist through the only...

When we take religion away from our understanding of faith, how do we define it? James Van Praagh, one of the world’s most renowned and respected spiritual mediums...

Omega: How did you come to be a spiritual teacher at such a young age? Did you have a religious upbringing?

Panache: I am Indian and I grew up in England. My mother visited India when she was...

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