Spirituality & Health Magazine

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By:
Julie Peters
We’ve just passed the Fall equinox, and yet again, summer is turning to autumn which will become winter. We know this, we do it every year, but each time it’s a little different, and we always go through the change with the weather. I think it’s strange that the only thing humans have ever really...
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Celebrant Institute
By Rani Findlay This week marks the new moon at harvest time, and the Hindu festival of Navaratri—a time to revel in dancing, singing, worshipping, and feasting, as a way to celebrate the victory of light over dark and good over evil. Navaratri is also an auspicious and beautiful occasion to honor...
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Fleda Brown
Sangha is a Sanskrit word that roughly translates as a community or association with a common goal, vision or purpose. In this blog, poet and writer Fleda Brown reflects on the gatherings of her weekly meditation group, speaking to you as one who has long practiced meditation but still comes to the...
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Julie Peters
Okay, so we all know we need to work on this thing called the “core” we keep hearing about. We know it’s good for the lower back, the digestive system, and we all want little teeny tiny bellies. But the way many of us have come to understand the core in the fitness world is not really, well, right...
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Dr. Lisa
Cathexis: the investment of mental or emotional energy in a person, object or idea. Freud used the word cathexis to describe an investment of sexual energy, related to the libido. Of course, Freud believed that everything psychological harkens back to sex, and all psychological dysfunction harkens...
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Celebrant Institute
by Kezia Bacon-Bernstein September 23 is the equinox, a twice-annual occurrence during which the Earth tilts neither toward nor away from the sun. The word “equinox” is derived from the Latin aequus (equal) and nox (night). On the equinox, night and day are more or less equal in length. Here in the...
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Emily Bingham
Few Americans haven’t been affected on some level by the current economic recession. Author and journalist Lorilee Craker was feeling the pinch herself when, in 2009, a book agent called her up and asked if she’d consider writing a book about Amish money habits, which allowed them to emerge...

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