Entries tagged with “Spiritual Journey”
Difficulties in life are inevitable. But how we perceive our challenges directly determines the extent to which we suffer, and ultimately, whether we succeed or fail in overcoming …
A spiritual journey nourished by constant self-reflection and meditation mala beads.
How Enlightenment Changes Your Brainby Andrew Newberg, M.D., and Mark Robert WaldmanAvery BooksAlthough cultures all over the world have long spoken of enlightenment, the conc…
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A shaman’s journey from the nightmare to the daydream to the sacred dream.
A couple of years ago, lonely and lost, I took a walk on a secluded beach in Nantucket, before the throngs arrived for the season. It was rainy and gray, a miasma of weather that p…
7 places to experience silence
Close your eyes and take a journey in your mind—ask yourself, “What is calling to me right now—and what do I need now?”
Restore your natural rhythms at these idyllic getaways.
An excerpt from A Ceremony Called Life
Soothing getaways for soaking
Sometimes an unnecessary burden can be very useful
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The Spirit of HealingShamanic Journey Musicby Sandra Ingerman & Byron MetcalfSounds TrueThere’s a lot to be said for music that’s grounded in rhythmic repetition and smooth, or…
Reflections on the journey of our feet
Life simply and harshly demands that we dive into the depth of what we’re given, meeting life, not avoiding it.
Q: I long to go on a pilgrimage, but lack the funds to do so. Any suggestions?A: My understanding of pilgrimage comes from Genesis 12:1–3, where we are called to walk (lech) t…
The New Art of the Retreat Festival
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The wellness journey of 1,000 miles begins with four steps
A Tourist Town Where Mindfulness Is the Main Attraction
“There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.” —Aldo Leopold