Entries tagged with “Emotional Healing”
May these affirmations offer some comfort as you go through the grieving process and strive for deeper meaning.
How to channel your inner happiness warrior
Clearing Emotional ClutterMindfulness Practices for Letting Go of What’s Blocking Your Fulfillment and Transformationby Donald AltmanNew World LibraryYou couldn’t swing a book bag …
Emotional RescueHow to Work with Your Emotions to Transform Hurt and Confusion into Energy that Empowers YouBy Dzogchen Ponlop RinpocheTARCHER/PENGUIN“Emotions get their power from…
Inside the MiracleEnduring Suffering, Approaching Wholenessby Mark NepoSounds TrueSpiritual guide Mark Nepo is a consummate storyteller, as evidenced in this collection of essays, …
A yoga teacher trainee experiences Max Strom’s breath work
An Interview with Josh Korda
When the road gets rocky, what do you do?
... And the Grammy that almost was
Excerpted from Detox Your Heart
For someone who has experienced trauma, the present moment may feel like the most dangerous place in the world.
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Excerpted from The Power of Forgiveness by Joan Gattuso
Try yoga nidra for deep relaxation and profound healing.
Emotional trash from the past is unavoidable, but it is not all bad. In limited quantities, it can provide fertile ground for the sprouting of compassion, empathy, and understanding.
I read Geneen Roth’s best-selling When Food Is Love 20 years and 30 pounds ago. For the first time in my life since I was six, I stopped dieting and started listening to what my bo…
For millennia, humans have sought physical relief, emotional healing, and even spiritual renewal by immersing themselves in water. Writer Lindsey Crittenden soaks it all in.
Learn to embrace your emotions and heal your past with this powerful technique from The Freemind Experience by Tom Fortes Mayer.
A life-changing adventure on what’s called Path of Love
The other day a man stepped into the street, so I stopped my car so he could cross. Suddenly, I felt the overwhelming urge to cry—for no apparent reason. Then I looked more closely…