To pray is to let go of your belief that you are in control of your life, and to give it over to something more inclusive than your own point of view. Elizabeth Lesser encourages us to take the leap of faith.
I grew up in an atheist family. While my parents were raised in religious homes—my father in a kosher Jewish house, my mother in a devout Christian Science one—as adults they renounced their adherence to organized religion and raised me and my sisters in a “religion free-zone.”
Negative thinking, skepticism, and control create restrictions in your life that may prevent you from experiencing what means the most. James Van Praagh illustrates how.
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.
Eric Francis discusses the Chinese Year of the Dragon and the importance of retrogrades in astrological forecasts in the February 2012 horoscopes. For more details about the year 2012, see Eric Francis' article "2012: The Most Important Year of Your Life."
2012 has long been considered a time of transition, according to the Mayan calendar. Eric Francis argues that while the world will not end, it's defeinitely an astrologically significant year. Read your 2012 horoscope here.
According to the Mayan calendar, 2012 has long been considered a time of transition. Eric Francis argues that while the world will not end, it's defeinitely an astrologically significant year. Here are your 2012 horocsopes. For more details about the year 2012, see Eric Francis' article "2012: The Most Important Year of Your Life."
Carla Goldstein explains how spiritual activism invites us to cast off old adversarial habits and assumptions and meet each other in the healing and creative field of presence and mindfulness.
People marvel at the way children live in the moment. Yet from the time we are very young we are taught to abandon our direct experience and move lock, stock, and barrel into the abstract land of the reasoning mind.