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Entries tagged with “Change”

3 Mistakes People Make When Suffering From a Transition

Life is full of 180 degree turns. Just when we think we have things figured out, life throws us for a loop with both “good” things and “bad.”Falling in love turns our world around.…

5 Editor Favorites for Putting Values Into Action

Activism, Books, Music and Film

7 Ways to Take Care and Take Action

What do we do when facing what appear to be insurmountable challenges of our time?

Anatomy of a Quantum Change

What we call a "quantum change" is a vivid, surprising, benevolent, and enduring personal transformation. Some quantum changes are insightful, an "aha!" that leaves a person breath…

Be the Change

“You must be the change you want to see in the world,” said “Mahatma” Gandhi, who led India to independence and inspired human rights movements worldwide – all by dramatically livi…

Deep Offline: The Next Wave of Community Organizing

In today’s social movements, there is typically online organizing (“Click here to do this good thing”) and there is offline organizing (“Excuse me, ma’am, would you sign this petit…

Embodying Change: How Movement Can Transform Your Life

Research now proves what these experts already knew: that if you want to change your life, the place to start isn't in your mind, but in your body.

Five Things We Cannot Change

Reinhold Niebuhr, an American Protestant theologian, composed a prayer that has become the cornerstone of the recovery movement: "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I c…

Helping Graduates Transition into the Real World

As the end of the school year approaches, expectations and anxiety begin to loom in equal measure. Prior to graduation, the notion that “now life really begins” fills people with g…

How Oprah Could Keep the Weight Off

It’s been five months since January 1, the day when many of us vowed to change some aspect of our self before the year’s end. Regardless of whether we resolved to develop new eatin…

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

Perhaps the most challenging campaign for a spiritual activist is the one for the health and well-being of our own inner environment. It’s a gritty grassroots endeavor that goes on…

How to Occupy Raging Bulls: The Way of the Tao

I’m going to tell you a story.One day, there was a raging bull in the middle of the main street of a small village. None of the villagers could get past. Everyone was upset about t…

Letting Go of "Letting Go"

The art of moving into the peaceful state of Letgo

Living Ultra-Light

Growing up in the rather conservative city of Ottawa, Canada, I never felt that I fit in, but I found a niche at fifteen when I discovered alcohol, boys, and dance clubs. My favori…

Loving Through Change

Non-attachment is a pretty familiar concept within the worlds of yoga and meditation. In Buddhism, the word anicca refers to the concept of impermanence, that nothing stays the sam…

Natalie Merchant: Hearts and Minds

The multiplatinum-selling singer/songwriter turned environmental activist reflects on the freedom of nonattachment, the fight against fracking, and changing the world through music.

Reshaping Society by Being a Celebrant and a Writer

Sponsored Content from the Celebrant Foundation & Institute

Shift into Gratitude 17 Tools for Our Times

It takes no great leap of the imagination to say that we are living in tough times. As a priest, professor, and psychologist, I see struggling parishioners, students, and clients w…

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 and shock that I was doing a bunch of work I didn’t really want to do. The kicker is that I’d voluntee…

The Blessing of Transformation

 Most of us know of the successful movie franchise  “The Transformers.” You’ll be glad to learn that this blog has nothing to do with that Hollywood action movie. Rather,…

The Commons: Create First Nations Day

Grandma Agnes Baker Pilgrim, 91, was about to fly to Amsterdam and then on to Africa with her International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, so I knew the oldest living Takel…

The Secret of Future Calm

As the pace of life gets faster and faster, here’s how to avoid the shock

The Seismic Shift

A seismic shift is happening. The change that is underway is profound and will seem to most to be revolutionary. What is this shift? The historic paradigm that our self-worth comes…

The Slow Burn of Personal Growth

Oh, fire, what would we do without you?On farms, crops do better after a fire has licked at the earth and burned off the top layer of old growth in the fields. In the forest, pinec…

When It’s Time to Burn Your Map

Because everyone’s life journey eventually arrives at a precipice or fork in the road

Your Assignment: Change the Whole World in a Day

If you want something that lasts for days, plant flowers. If you want something that lasts for years, plant trees. If you want something that lasts for eternity, plant an…

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