by Sri Swami Satchidananda, from the book Adversity and Awakening: ”The major cause of worry is the loss of people or the loss of material things in our lives. You may have lost someone or some thing. But don’t lose something else: your peace of mind. With the proper understanding you will realize you never […]
By Amanda L. Chan: Valentine’s Day is upon us, and what better time to reflect on the many benefits of being in love?
In an interview Margot Anand explains how to connect with tantra and channel the energy for awakening.
by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D.: Couples trying to revive the romance they felt in the early stages of their relationships sometimes turn to big, headline strategies to demonstrate their affection for their mate.
by Mark Whitwell: Despite the media love blitz surrounding Valentine’s Day, it can be difficult to unearth the reality of love with our partners.
By Margot Anand: Loving yourself, doesn’t mean indulging yourself in frequent solitary sexual activity or other indulgences. It means to learn to trust yourself and listen to your inner self.
David Deida speaks about identifying with the masculine or feminine side beyond just types.
Historian and former nun Karen Armstrong says the afterlife is a “red herring,” hating religion is a pathology and that many Westerners cling to infantile ideas of God.
by Heidi Bruce: In 2008, religious historian Karen Armstrong was granted a wish. She had recently won the TED Prize, which comes with $100,000 and support in making a single “wish to change the world” come true.
Karen Armstrong: A decade after 9/11, the West seems more bitterly divided from the Muslim world than ever.