Have You Heard? Mediums Help Yale Study Voice-Hearing

There are many different ways that human beings experience the world. A team at Yale University has been working with people from the mediumship community in an effort to understand their voice-hearing experiences. Their goal is not trying to prove or disprove ...

Forgiveness as a Spiritual Practice

To forgive does not mean to condone, and that is worth repeating: To forgive does not mean to condone.So why is it an important precept in the Bible and other religious practices? In Matthew 18:21 we are told: “For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly ...

Wisdom from the “Wild”

In common conversation, the word "wild" is often used to describe something that is out of control, uncivilized, or lacking reason, but these interpretations are misleading. Wild also has many positive connotations, including being in tune with nature, fully present, confident, ...

Wellness Checklist: Staying Vibrant At Every Age

The media barrages women with message after message about how to remain vibrant and healthy as they age. Often this advice is touted as “natural” and “organic,” even though it’s clear that the often-costly treatments are neither. Yes, we all age, but we can age with ...

Get Clarity on Your Soulmate! Inner Work Can Bring External Joy

Many women seek counsel from friends, therapists, and dating coaches when they’re feeling despair over their love lives. They say they’re struggling to find “The One.” They believe they’re missing that special person in their lives, the one with whom they’ll have a deep ...

Yoga’s Love Connection: Healing Power of Relationships to Transcend Trauma

“Relationships are the agents of change and the most powerful therapy is human love.” Dr. Bruce Perry penned those words back in 2006 when he wrote, “The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog,” a book that would become a seminal influence on our understanding of childhood ...