Daniel Amen explains why understanding and optimizing your brain is essential in your quest for a better body.
Our suffering comes from believing the stressful thoughts that float through our mind. These four questions from Byron Katie can help you turn those thoughts around and dissolve the stress in your life.
True wellness is about understanding yourself and your body by listening within to become aware of what is healthy and what is harmful.
Finding wellness is like experiencing peaceful silence amidst the roar of an urban turbo-charged environment. It’s possible, but requires commitment and effort.
From earthquakes to loss and abuse, traumatic events continue to happen to people daily. David Grand explains why you shouldn’t let yourself or anyone else suffer alone.
Trauma tests us. It also provides us with opportunities to deeply explore who we are, where we’ve been, and where we are heading. It shapes us, teaching us what is truly important and what is trivial. It teaches us that we survive and how to survive.
You never really know how or when your life is going to change, and that’s for the best, says Caroline Myss.
Renowned yoga teacher and social activist Seane Corn on how yoga and the practice of service can connect people across cultures.
Africa has called to me for many years. My father, although a white American, was raised in Northern Africa. As a young child, I was fascinated by this culture more than my family’s Eastern European roots. When I got involved with the HIV/AIDS crisis, I felt the urgency to understand Africa better than I ever had before.
One of the first nontraditional healers allowed in an operating room with Dr. Oz, Julie Motz harnesses the body's own energy to help patients survive risky operations, such as heart transplants and cancer surgery.