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Spiritual people often want unconditional support and understanding from their friends, family, and mates, but all too often seem blind to their own shortcomings when it comes to the amount of unconditional support and understanding that they give to others. I have seen many spiritual people become obsessed with how unspiritual others are and assume an arrogant and superior attitude while completely missing the fact that they themselves are not nearly as spiritually enlightened as they would like to think they are. More
Omega Institute 5 Mindfulness Practices for Children, and Caregivers, Too by Traci Childress
Traci Childress, codirector of the Children’s Community School in West Philadelphia, shares mindfulness practices she integrates into the school's curriculum and practices with her two young children. More
Omega Institute Bringing Mindfulness to Work by Rasmus Hougaard
Rasmus Hougaard, founder of the Potential Project, the leading international provider of Corporate-Based Mindfulness Training programs, says if we want to be effective at work, we need to bring mindfulness, not multitasking, to the office. More
Many people turn to a spiritual path because they think it will make their pain go away. But as Andrew Holecek explains, true spirituality is not about making you feel good; it is about making you feel real.  “It is sometimes easier to wake up when we’re in extreme pain.”—Dzigar Kongtrul More
Tommy Rosen
Rob: What originally motivated you to do this work, and what continues to motivate you? How, if at all, has that motivation changed over time? More
After individuals get a diagnosis of cancer, they must then begin the task of living with the disease. Learning how to make the most of living with cancer can be a daunting challenge, and fortunately there are people, programs, and steps you can take that can help.  At one time, a diagnosis of cancer was largely a death sentence, but thanks to advances in conventional and complementary medicines, that has changed. More and more people are living with cancer for decades as a chronic condition or as cancer survivors, and with this new health status comes a new way of living. More
It's a tough world for any empath, but there are particular obstacles and challenges encountered by highly sensitive men. Psychiatrist and energy expert Judith Orloff offers some clear steps to help empathic men deal with being sensitive in a world where men are told that being "too emotional" is bad. More
The Yoga Service Council, formed at Omega in 2009, recently released the first issue of Journal of Yoga Service. The mission of the new publication is to help build a professional community for people bringing yoga to underserved populations, and to provide a place for discussion, educational information, support, and inspiration. More
Omega Institute Soaring to Prosperity by Lynn A. Robinson
We all try to be positive, but what happens when we find ourselves in negative thinking patterns? Intuitive Lynn A. Robinson offers this helpful process that can turn negative thoughts to a positive attitude and open the doors to abundance. More
To begin this simple but relaxing meditation, select a quiet time and place. You can be seated on a cushion or chair. Take a upright yet relaxed posture, as though with the quiet dignity of a king or queen. More