Most of us want to be in love. We see committed partnership as a good in and of itself, and many of us fear being single. But how often do we actually ask ourselves why partnership is so desirable to us? When it comes to love, what is our intention?
"This is a challenging time worldwide, yet I have great faith that our spiritual communities can become true refuges of love, integrity, and compassion. We can focus on what connects all of us, with honesty at the forefront. Until recently, not many spiritually based organizations had even thought about inclusivity or multiculturalism, or even talked about racism. This has been a facet of the diamond of spiritual life left unpolished for many years."
Connecting in small and simple ways is the lifeblood of relationships. Try these practices to stay close to one you love.
Has your once passionate relationship morphed into a roommate marriage? Try these five tips from licensed psychologist Beth O’Brien to get your relationship back on track and more intimate—both physically and emotionally.
This guided meditation helps you to remove any obstacles that are blocking your path to unconditional love.
In a sea of chocolates and roses, it can be hard to choose a Valentine’s Day gift that speaks to the unique passions of your chosen recipient.
“We tend to think of stress as something that happens outside of ourselves; something that happens to us. But science is showing that it’s not the stressors in our life, but how we perceive them that determines how much we suffer.”