How can yoga help people with cancer walk through their fears, gain strength and stability, avoid recurrence, and cope with the lifelong effects of cancer? Rob Schware, cofounder of the Give Back Yoga Foundation, and Tari Prinster, founder of Yoga for Cancer (y4c), discuss these important questions in the next installment of the Yoga Service Interview Series.
It's a lesson we all can appreciate: Smile—because the world mirrors your heart. Qigong master Robert Peng began his qigong apprenticeship with the legendary monk Xiao Yao when he was a boy. Today he uses his extraordinary powers to heal and inspire. Here, he explains what is at the heart of one of his favorite practices—the Lotus Meditation>.
People are drawn to Omega for a variety of reasons. Some come to Omega to follow their passion, further their education, pursue professional training in a particular field, or learn new skills for personal development. Others take the journey to deepen their practice, strengthen their commitment to health and wellness, or simply to relax, have fun, or reduce stress in their lives. Here are 10 recommendations from Omega to reduce stress in your life—wherever you are.
Cancer survivor Scott Burton endured a radical bone transplant, seven months of chemotherapy, eight more surgeries, and numerous medical and emotional struggles before he was on the road to recovery. But through all the difficulty and challenges, he learned some priceless lessons too.
Geneen Roth says there is a much better way to spend your time than strict dieting: Live the life you have. Love the body you've got.
What do you do when faced with great difficulties and challenges? Zen teacher John Tarrant, Roshi, PhD, offers these seven guidelines for taking advantage of difficulties and surprises in life, and making the most of them.
Zen Student: “When times of great difficulty visit us, how should we greet them?”