Entries tagged with “Spirituality”
Here are some affirmations to help feel more bound to Spirit.
Create your very own sacred space with feng shui and more with these 8 inspirational stories.
Got questions? Rabbi Rami has answers.
Critter lover and Spiritual Rebel author Sarah Bowen shares five cherished texts about animals.
“What is absent from medicine, and even from most spiritual communities, is the understanding of our own bodies as the living sacred. Contemporary medical paradigms seldom remind us that we are sparks of divinity incarnated into human form.”
The Secret of Life: How Anyone Can Be Truly Happy by Garrett Toren shares how to live a happy, fulfilling life.
This Life Is JoyDiscovering the Spiritual Laws to Live More Powerfully, Lovingly, and HappilyBy Roger TeelTarcher/PenguinBefore television (and televangelists), New Thought spiritu…
Lama Surya Das on walking an enlightened path in the modern world.
Keep body and mind healthy with fresh, clean air in your sacred space.
And see what it feels like to be the author of your own spiritual beliefs.
Does a nonspecific spirituality (aka spiritual but not religious) suffice to address existential qualms at death's door?
InterSpiritual Wisdom to help you find your spiritual style, choose the grand questions that call you and create your personal practice
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Try answering these five queries (and then make time to create a corresponding activity) to identify your own no-rules approach to spirituality.
“Wellness is essentially being in tune with nature and aligning ourselves with the inherent wisdom that is within us all.” Here are seven ways to connect your body with nature.
A belief in human immortality—that our bodies die but our spirits continue—is a common thread that connects nearly every religion and spiritual practice. The persistenc…
Keeping a spiritual journal may seem like a good way to record your spiritual progress. But what if the pages stay blank?
Can you climb higher on a path to wisdom and happiness? Yes, and psychologist Rick Hanson shares how with Neurodharma.
One of the most powerful things we can do for ourselves is to create a place to meditate and then use it. For many of us with busy lives and limited space, such an endeavor can fee…
The surprising challenge when your spiritual home closes
Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler
How Loving God Helps Us Become Better People
If you’re into exploring other worlds, altering your sense of gravity, and playing in some of the biggest waves on the planet—you just may want to jump in.
Spirituality and prayer: What’s the precise connection? “When asked if I pray, I used to say ‘no.’ ... Now when such a question is posed, I ask what the questioner means by prayer before I answer.”
“One way we experience the paradoxical nature of the spiritual path is in the tension between independence and dependence. ... Now Americans on the razor’s edge of the spiritual path are also confronting the troublesome paradoxes of our nation’s history and our responsibilities as citizens.”
The Way of Gratitude author and prominent Unitarian Universalist minister Galen Guengerich dives deep on faith, belonging, morality, and, of course, gratitude.