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10 Affirmations for Honoring Your Body

We mostly take our bodies for granted. Until our health falters, we assume that we are invincible. Once illness strikes, however, we realize we aren’t. In the words of Thomas Fulle…

10 of Today’s Most Enlightened Women on Letting Go

Our favorite pieces on removing obstacles to love, creativity and truth

10 Tips To Getting Fit In The New Year

Here are 10 tips to ensure success this year

10 Ways to Raise Your Vibration

According to universal law and the science of quantum physics, everything in the universe is fundamentally made of pure energy. This energy is constantly moving,  oscillating …

21 Days to Your Vision Quest

Get ready for the least-expensive, most-healing, most-enlightening 48 hours you may ever experience.

3 Ways To Increase Your Social Intelligence

At the age of 54 my client, Doug, has no job, a stilted romantic relationship, and no friends. He fears he’s going to end up alone and homeless if things don’t change soon. The cor…

34 Affirmations for Healthy Living

Try positive self-talk to eat better, feel stronger, and rejuvenate your body.

4 Steps to a Happy New Year – All Year Long

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42 Forgiveness Affirmations to Lift the Weight Off

Here are some affirmations to help wash away the pain of resentment to a more loving, healthier, fresher, lighter, cleaner and joyful life.

5 Natural Antidepressants for Managing Depression Over the Holidays

For those with SAD, the holidays will pass, winter will eventually thaw, and help is always near if we reach for it.

5 Things That Opened Me Up to Passionate Love, Post 50

Love is NOT just for young people!If you’re looking for love later in life and thinking, “I want it, but it’s too late, so it’ll never happen,” read on.The advantage of age ov…

5 Tips if You Feel "Behind" in Life

When you feel like you’re falling behind in life, here are five things to refocus your attitude and get back on track.

5 Ways to Bring Intention Into Your Day

Here are five ways to bring the power of intention into every day.

6 Ways Improving One Nerve Can Change Your Health

While no one will argue the importance of building strong muscle tone, what might be more important to your health is the tone of a surprisingly complex nerve bundle that stretches…

7 Stories for Mastering Your Emotions

The emotional body is widely overlooked for overall health and happiness. Explore these 7 stories on how to understand, cope with and use your emotions appropriately.

8 Affirmations for New Beginnings

Here are some affirmations for new beginnings, no matter when in the calendar you start to observe your new year.

8 Creative Techniques to Cope with Painful Emotions

Many of us have a hard time coping with negative emotions. This makes sense. “Painful feelings like anxiety, sadness, anger and shame tap into the parts of our brain that are conne…

8 Ways to Build Your Problem-Solving Intuition

Here are eight ways to build your natural ability to use intuition.

Book Review: Break the Norms

Break the NormsQuestioning Everything You Think You Know about God and Truth, Life and Death, Love and SexBy Chandresh BhardwajSounds TrueAre you ready to overhaul your life and fr…

Book Review: Inner Engineering

Inner EngineeringA Yogi’s Guide to JoyBy SadhguruSpiegel & Grau“Fun” isn’t usually the first word to spring to mind when it comes to the writings of Indian gurus, but that desc…

Book Review: Pathways to Possibility

Pathways to PossibilityTransforming Our Relationship with Ourselves, Each Other, and the WorldBy Rosamund Stone ZanderVikingRosamund Stone Zander is a family systems therapist know…

Bouncing Forward

An excerpt from Bouncing Forward from Michaela Haas, PhD

Create a Safe Place for All Your Emotıons

An Interview with Josh Korda

Does Everyone Call You "Negative"?

I'm not telepathic. But I probably know something about you. It's this: If you have low self-esteem, you're often accused of being "negative." They call you morbid, morose, a dow…

Everything You Need to Know about Sleep…and How to Get it

Calling all insomniacs! Check out these 7 stories for creative ideas and testimonials on how to improve your sleep.

Fall Seven Times, Stand Up Taller

Two important new books on a revolution in thinking about resilience

How Breathing Helped Me to Heal

Through my stillness in asana class and in meditation, I learned that breathing slowly unleashed my inner poetry.

How Living Authentically Heals Shame

Shame hides the best of our being and all we have to offer. Here’s a tested path for coming out.

How to Beat the Winter Blues

Here’s a list of 10 helpful tips to stay warm and beat this season’s inevitable blues.

How to Become a Stalker of Your Own Mind

If we are relentless and impeccable about stalking ourselves, a result is that we leave the world and other people alone.

How to Control Your Emotions

I’ve been told that I have a fairly broad and deep emotional range. That can be a good thing, because it means I feel things with sensitivity, complexity, and intensity. I notice n…

How to Re-Engage Your Intuition

Create conscious healing that eliminates the rift

How to Remain in Balance With Your Emotions

Blame it on the environment, your work, the stress, your partner, the kids, the overwhelm—yet the truth remains—your emotions are your own and for you to remain in bala…

Instructions for happiness and success: savvy self-help for independent types

  As the US economy teeters on the brink of collapse and our global standing is rockier than ever, we’re also slipping behind in another arena: American authors are being ove…

Is This My Dark Night of the Soul?

Or just a case of the blues

Let Depression Be Your Guide: 4 Tips On How To Use It Wisely

Now that the sparkle of holiday lights has faded, winter’s darkness and chill has fully set in. Few of us are surprised when we find ourselves feeling stuck and probably at least a…

Letting Go of Emotional Pain

Most of us have felt self-conscious from time to time. Self-conscious emotions include embarrassment, guilt and humiliation. For simplicity’s sake, I’ll lump them together here und…

Mind Hacking

The best way to achieve inner peace is to treat your brain as a computer, according to entrepreneurial coder Sir John Hargrave.

Overcoming the Tyranny of Victimhood: 100% Accountability

You can’t turn on the news these days without witnessing the aftermath of one violent crime or another, often involving an angry assailant, firearms and innocent bloodshed.From rac…

Stop Self Criticizing, Start Meditating

According to the experts, meditation lessens the extremities of negative thoughts, changes patterns of belief and facilitates learning how to forgive yourself.

Succeeding at Personal Transformation

Research reveals the following trends about why most people don’t succeed in creating positive change in their lives and how to improve their odds.

Sweet Surrender – The Elegant Act of Letting Go

Excerpt from Adventures for Your Soul: 21 Ways to Transform Your Habits and Reach Your Full Potential by Shannon Kaiser

The 3 Best and 3 Worst Reasons to Be a People-Pleaser

Picking me up from a high-school football game, my dad saw me amidst a circle of my friends, all of them doubled over, roaring at my wild, rapid-fire jokes. "Don't go," one of the…

The Art of Worrying

Worry creates a sense of powerlessness that fuels sensations of fear and anxiety. The more empowered we feelthe more we sense that whatever happens, we can successfully handlethe less necessary worrying becomes.

The Disappointed and the Disappointment

How to break free from this perpetual drama

The Fire Starter Sessions

The Fire Starter Sessions: A Soulful + Practical Guide to Creating Success on Your Own Terms by Danielle LaPorte If there’s a livelier and more get-to-the-point, outrageous, tota…

The Generative Game of Life

Generative people tend to be those who have worked through their identity crises. Their life stories -- good or horrible -- tend to be coherent. They're dealing with their stuff, figuring out who they are. In other words, self-help isn't selfish.

The Love Map Questionnaire

An excerpt from The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

Top 3 Ways to Harness Positive Self-Talk

How do we get ourselves back into a positive place before we've reached the point of no return?

Wake up from Unworthiness

An Interview with Tara Brach

When Guilt is Good

7 Clues That Your Baggage Needs Handling

Why Evolution Made Forgiveness Difficult

Nature endowed humanity with both revenge and forgiveness as tools of conflict resolution. But why does one seem so much harder than the other?

Yogic Prescription of the Week: Read Some Good Fiction

I was sitting with a yoga teacher friend the other day, and he was having one of those freak-out moments we all have from time to time. You know the one: “I’m not good enough, I do…

Your Body Knows the Answer

An Interview with David Rome

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