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Author: Celia Alario

3 Bold Expressions of Love in Action

In these last few weeks we’ve witnessed countless bold, inspiring acts of Spirit…

Nourishing and Nurturing Yourself in November

I was blessed to take a yoga class recently at Ridgway Colorado’s Yoga Shala whe…

How Prayer, Patience and Practice Can Help Us Make Peace With Politics

The mid-term election season is upon us, rife with robo-calls, confusing ballot …

Growing a New Generation of Spiritual Activists

If you are new to Spirituality & Health Magazine, welcome! And if, like me, you …

Tap into Your Inner Wild

“We simply need that wild country available to us, even if we never do more than…

Celebrating the Gifting Economy

It’s the time of year when I think about the healing and transformational act of…

Buen Vivir: Living Well

I recently spent a few days in a beautiful redwood forest, and though we were ba…

Stuck? Change Your Perspective and Change the Game

Recently I took drastic measures to shift my perspective and conjure up some new…

Waking Up Gently to Save the World

It’s exciting to see sleep getting some well-deserved publicity lately for the i…

Resilience and Cultural Renewal in Detroit

If you’ve yet to set your eyes (not to mention your prayers) on Detroit, now wou…

A Wake Up Call from a Sleeper Film

Are you one of these people who can just disappear into a good movie or a good b…

Divinity at the Dinner Table

I recently did a 21-day sugar detox and although I expected it to be interesting…

Love Can Be the Bottom Line

It’s finally happening, have you heard the whispers? We are seeing the glimmers …

Clean Your House and Your Mind Will Follow

The equinox has come and gone, and I find myself thinking about spring cleaning.…

Pets as Gateway Love

Something really wild has been happening to me lately. I find myself falling in …

Cultivating a Visionary Imagination

OK justice seekers, pop quiz!  Do you agree or disagree with the following …

The Dance for Equality: One Billion Rising for Justice

Imagine what the world would look like if we all stayed present to love 365 days…

4 Ways to Tell a Good Story

As Valentine’s Day approaches and we begin looking around for a way to show our …

Resolving to Go All-In: Being Fully Authentic in 2014

Blogger’s note: It’s a new year, and my musings as a spiritual activist continue…

Beginner's Mind, Beginner's Voice

In the long while since you’ve heard from me I’ve been on a quest to re-find my …

Put Yourself At the Center and You Can’t Go Wrong

I live in a country where we drive on the right (not the correct, but literally …

Deep Offline: The Next Wave of Community Organizing

In today’s social movements, there is typically online organizing (“Click here t…

Lacking Self-Love? Adopt These 7 Habits

As the chocolate buzz of Valentine’s Day fades, I find myself thinking about rad…

5 Minutes of Marvel: How to Practice Extreme Awe

We’re still in that time of year when we challenge ourselves to create new and h…

Cultivate Balance: 4 Resources for Encouraging Self Care




If you’ve found your way to this blog, the chances are that you might conside…

Why the World Needs You More Than Ever

When people ask me why I do the work I do, the answer is easy. I do it because I…

Lessons Learned from the World Not Ending in 2012

Here we are, it’s finally happened! The end (and restarting) of the Mayan calend…

Give the Best Present: The Gift of your Presence

Recently I met someone who reminded me about what really matters, someone who in…

Guidance from Ancestors: A Practice for Our Divided Nation

In the past few months I’ve been saddened by the pain and confusion the deep pol…

Rivers Are People, Too

S&H’s spiritual activist, Celia Alario, on the rights of nature.

How to Campaign for Yourself: The Importance of Saving YOUR Environment

Perhaps the most challenging campaign for a spiritual activist is the one for th…

Women, Leadership, and the Sacred Future of Power

It seems like all over the world, everywhere I listen these days, there are amaz…

8 Songs for Social Change: The Music of Revolution

I came to activism out of a desire to make a difference, but I stayed for the mu…

The Sacredness (Yes, Sacredness) of Voting

“My dear friends, your vote is precious, almost sacred. It is the most powerful …

Timeless Respect: Honoring the Rights of Future Generations

"Treat the Earth well: It was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to…

Sacred Service & The Four Paths of Yoga

I’ll never forget the first time I heard about Karma Yoga, the yoga of service. …

Parenting As Sacred Activism

A conversation with a friend and fellow activist inspired me to offer some speci…

Delightful Lessons from a Sacred Summer Reading List

There is so much to learn on this journey of spiritual activism and sacred servi…

Strive to Come Alive: Service and the Art of Doing What You Love

This week I was given an unexpected gift of clarity. I realized with surprise an…

Calling All Spiritual Superheroes (That Means YOU)

Recently a fellow traveler said to me: “I have no heroes. I have no gurus. I don…

Can Mudita Save the United Nations?

Musings on Buddhism’s ‘Sympathetic Joy’, FOMO and the Global Climate Crisis I h…

Rio+20: Meeting Global Challenges with Hope and Heart

For the last few weeks my thoughts, prayers, and gratitude have been with those …

As God is My Witness and Buddha is my Publicist

My spiritual practice teaches me that we are all one. But my public relations wo…

How I Became a "Spiritual Activist"

<p><em>Celia Alario is a media and communications strategist. She cavorts with social issue documentarians, artists, and grassroots community organizers who share her love for social justice, planetary healing, and cultural transformation. She sustains her activism through an alchemic mix of yoga, hula hooping, and practicing the art of nonattachment. Bred by New Yorkers and raised in Los Angeles, she now chases her poodle across the majestic redrock landscapes of Southeastern Utah.</em></p>

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