by Hank Wesselman: In the Western world, when we hear the word “shaman,” most of us tend to conjure up an image of a masked and costumed indigenous tribal person,
Health & Wellness Archive
by Kate Bratskeir: Martin Seligman, the father of positive psychology, theorizes that while 60 percent of happiness is determined by our genetics and environment…
by Karen Bouris: Before Eat, Pray, Love was a movie and a travel tour, it was a memoir by the award-winning writer Elizabeth Gilbert, whose story of losing and finding herself resonates with just about every woman who looks in the mirror.
by Beth Levine: When I started asking various long-term couples what they do to keep their mojo going, one fairly typical response was, “How many times a year constitutes mojo?”
by Dr. Paul Lam: “What about the breathing?” Numerous students have asked me this question. Some teachers believe that breathing patterns should be very specific.
by Krishna Das: In the late 90’s as I traveled around chanting, these very fierce looking shaven-headed beings would approach me after the chanting was over and with great seriousness would say, “Bernie sent me…”
Awaken: Firstly, thank you for the honor of spending this time with you. Would you mind if we started by diving right into deep waters?
The following is excerpted from Mystic Chemist: The Life of Albert Hoffman and His Discovery of LSD by Dieter Hagenbach and Lucius Werthmüller,
by Peter Diamandis: Let’s talk about the “rich-poor divide.”
by Ocean Robbins: You’ve just returned from the store or farmers market with an armful of fresh, delicious, organic produce…