Though you can do this guided meditation anytime, it especially helps you fall asleep at night.
S&H Staff Writer Julie Peters and author Cheryl Leutjen explore ways to connect with and honor the natural environment while managing the stress of living in what sometimes feels like environmental apocalypse.
Exciting new research indicates that mind-body therapies like meditation can help stem the tide of the opioid epidemic.
“When we, or someone we love, goes through a rite of passage, we need the alchemical blend of jubilation and gravitas.”
“In these troubled times, it behooves all who feel the call to devote themselves wholeheartedly to realize this goal and become themselves beacons of divine light.”