This week, Kathryn Drury Wagner found useful tips from researchers on how to be more successful with a workout regimen, why we don’t have 13th floors... Read More
"If you walk embracing the principle that you are walking the labyrinth to learn about yourself, rather than it, you will become aware of your tendencies.... Read More
Recently, I read an interview with author Danielle LaPorte where she stated that she never speaks meanly to herself. “Not ever.”
This blew my mind. Because even though I... Read More
"We need to understand our fears and vulnerabilities, not so we can blast through what stands in our way, but so we can figure out how... Read More
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In the Soto Zen tradition, emphasis is placed on ethical or mindful acts in everyday practice. This Earth Day practice held at Green Gulch Farm and... Read More
Cumin has a robust flavor and an equally robust medicinal profile. Try a simple tea to get more cumin in your diet.
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A new study suggests that nature may make us happier and healthier because it inspires awe.
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This week’s research dive found lasting effects from a spiritual encounter, reasons to try curcumin, and why having a happy spouse can help you live longer.
Encountering... Read More
Our life is a journey, a school of life. Everyone we meet has a purpose and a role in our classroom. We too have a role... Read More