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Byron Katie
People talk about living in “the now.” I live in the now all the time, and so do you. Actually, there’s nowhere else you can live. You may not always be aware of it, though. Have you ever stopped to realize that even “now” is the story of a past? As soon as you think it, the now is gone, just like everything else in the world. More
The Neuroscience of Enlightenment
Our brains create neural networks that, over time, become beliefs and behaviors that keep us favoring past pain by continually reinforcing the trauma unless we find a way to rewire the way we think. David Perlmutter and Alberto Villoldo explain how you have what it takes to make a giant leap in consciousness. More
2012 Horoscopes
Spring 2012: The Deep Background
Eric Francis discusses the latest in eclipses, retrogrades, and transits in your May 2012 horoscopes. For more details about the year 2012, see Eric Francis' article "2012: The Most Important Year of Your Life." More
Gods and Goddesses Within
Elizabeth Lesser questions the role power plays in our lives and the forces that come together when feminism and spirituality merge. More
The Gifts of Imperfection book cover
In many ways, my research has not only taught me new ways to think about how I want to live and love, it’s taught me about the relationship between my experiences and choices. One of the most profound changes in my life happened when I got my head around the relationship between gratitude and joy. I always thought that joyful people were grateful people. I mean, why wouldn’t they be? They have all of that goodness to be grateful for. But after spending countless hours collecting stories about joy and gratitude, three powerful patterns emerged: More
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.”  More
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. More
Stephan Rechtschaffen, cofounder of Omega, suggest that 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. More
Jon Kabat Zinn
Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), talks about the present moment and the "thousand-year view" with Stephan Rechtschaffen, cofounder of Omega. More
2012 Horoscopes
Of Aquarius, Water, and Dragons
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." More

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