Entries tagged with “Therapy”
We all contain multitudes, and accepting the light and darkness in another can be a sign of deep trust and friendship. But acceptance doesn't mean being passive when a friend is suicidal.
Are you a wounded healer? You're not alone.
Where can you put your anxiety so that you can continue functioning?
The body has its own way of processing emotions. “The rush of symptoms people experience in a panic attack is a tsunami of fear being released in the body. The question is: What’s deep below the surface that keeps building up fear that needs to be released?”
Bored by meditation? Change the way you meditate, at least for now. You're not likely to stick with a practice that is drudgery.
From the book Rock and Water: The Power of Thought; The Peace of Letting Go
As a baby, Matthew fell headfirst from our second story, crashed his skull through his brain and suffered a devastating traumatic brain injury. And while he became a “miracle child…
We cannot solve our problems wearing the same shoes we wore in creating them.
“Apifera Farm is not so much a place as it is my intention to the world,” says Katherine Dunn, an artist who has been featured in S&H and a farmer who is now devoted to incorporati…
How the Science of Spirituality Can Help You Live a Happier, More Meaningful Life
Maybe, as we become more soulful, we drift into reality rather than away from it.
The Comparative MindComparing is great for prices at the grocery store, but when we start treating the unique and sacred story of our own life that way, we always invite suffering.…
How to create a "sweat therapy" sauna
Growing up, my grandparents had an ofuro; a Japanese-style wood burning hot tub. It was made of redwood, with a copper bottom. We would build a fire in the firebox underneath it to…
Someone who has momentarily lost con-fidence in her intelligence may be more likely to purchase a pen than a candy bar, suggests a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. Wh…
This is a great video demonstration for how to relieve pain and tension in your back, neck, shoulders and hips with the help of a tennis ball.
The story of how you met reveals the future of your relationship.
These therapies represent the basis of excellence in integrating the body with its divine essence.
“Dancing Mindfulness” combines healing movements with free-form expression to provide a new therapy for trauma.
Shoma Morita was a Zen Buddhist, and his therapy left a lasting spiritual mark on Japan.
The developer of a therapy called Somatic Experiencing, Peter Levine helps patients overcome traumatic memories through physical movement.
Anxious? Approaching the problem with self-compassion and mindfulness may help.
We are delighted to introduce a new online column, The Soul of Therapy, by Kevin Anderson, Ph.D. Dr. Anderson will explore the intersection of the psychological and spiritual in the inevitable struggles that are part of being human.
Inside the mind-tripping, soul-changing, ground-shifting, 21st century therapy.
HARBIN HOT SPRINGS: By far the greenest, least expensive, and most profound personal water experience happens at the Harbin Hot Springs, tucked into a valley about an hour north of…
The Surprise that Heals Trauma It started as an upset whisper that turned into a rant that’s become a roar during the last decade or so. You can hear it in professional circle…
Rolfing often gets confused with deep tissue massage, but the therapy is far from it.
Wizard of Paws' Derrick Campana “is proving a healthy and happy life is possible through creatively engineered orthotics and custom prosthetics.” And, beyond bionics, here are three ways we can support injured and suffering animals.
We tried talk therapy and it didn’t work. Our attempts at reconciliation always ended in recrimination and competition. The guilt of a father for deserting the family and the pain …
“Meditation on the 16th century Isenheim Altarpiece was prescribed to the sick. ... Could art still accomplish a miracle of comfort and consolation today ... and remind people of their mortality while also mitigating fear ... and instilling hope? ... Maybe it’s time to bring this practice of the past into the present—as a way to move into the future.”