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We metaphysicians sometimes think that our only way to resolve a block is to meditate on it, recognize the issue and resolve it through energy work or breathing in a higher frequency like Love, Bliss or Self Forgiveness. By Lori Rock of I Am Standing In the Light.
Well, not dirt exactly, but I do gobble less-than-pristine food. And you should too. Here’s why. By Ravi Dykema.
Taking yoga home means bringing yoga into your life more potently. Although designing a practice for yourself and finding the discipline to do it is challenging for many people, the rewards are likely to be rich and lasting. By Ravi Dykema.
What if we all could come to believe that the Earth Game was not a place “down here” and that the Oneness was “up there” far away from us mortals. How would that affect our lives? By Belle Star.
“You’re from Boulder!?” she said. “Wow.”
We, on the other hand, have been escaping from there. By Ravi Dykema.
You eat organic foods and filter your tap water. You exercise and rest your body, and you’ve developed some enriching spiritual practices. But have you paid much attention to your living quarters?
I was a chunky kid. “Husky” was the word my parents used. I liked being husky. It smacked of powerful. Now, well into my 50s, I’m chunky again. Only I don’t call it husky. I call it fat. And I don’t like being fat. Who does? Marc Ringel, MD.
The waterfront cabin development next door. Busy builders put up a bunch of rustic cabins on our Vermont property. By Ravi Dykema.
Make a salad that makes a statement, with layers of interesting flavors and ingredients, and dressings with character. By Lisa Turner.
A quick look at the tongue can tell much about the health of your inner digestive skin. By John Douillard.
Why do we feel so blessed by a glimpse of a rare creature? By Ravi Dykema.
In a world where nutrition consists of numbers, measurements and the voices of experts, Marc David is on a mission to help you change your relationship with food. Ravi Dykema interviews Marc David, founder of The Institute for the Psychology of Eating.
How does freedom fit into Oneness? Where is the “we” in “free”? By Ginger Withee, Spiritual Facilitator in the STANDING IN THE LIGHT® program.
I am not used to this much rain. Please, sun, come out! By Ravi Dykema.
Do you believe in intuition? Do you think you can tap into your own future and “see” your next successful career step? If not, would you consider the possibility that it might be true? By Sue Frederick.
As summer days lengthen and temperatures soar, it’s the perfect time to eat – and cook – outdoors. A few simple rules can make your grilling experience healthier. By Lisa Turner.
I am part of a pagan tribe, I recently learned. We enjoy chanting OM (Hindu), HU (Sufi), or AMEN (Christian). By Ravi Dykema.
The Tour de San Juan is perfect for people who like to hike, but also like to shower and eat luscious meals. By Wendy Underhill.
Beat the heat, with cool, moist foods that balance soaring temperatures and dampen the fiery flames of summer. By Lisa Turner.
But what about war in Ukraine and escaped convicted murderers? By Ravi Dykema.
Maybe you woke up this morning with a new idea. You marinated in it before getting out of bed. You asked yourself, is this the time to follow that dream? By Sue Frederick.
Usher in the summer with less fatty grilling selections and fresh sides that celebrate summer’s produce. By Lisa Turner.
It could be, according to research. But will moving off-grid and out-of-state help? We’re trying it . . . By Ravi Dykema.
Steps you can take to prevent cancer. By Pierre Brunschwig, M.D.
Is your constant stressing out making you tubby before your time? By Lisa Turner.