by Kailen Rosenberg: When it comes to chilling out or finding your center here are some easy tips that can help!
by Melissa Van Rossum: In every spiritual tradition there is a process that encourages us to trust God or a Higher Being with our worries and challenges.
by Dawn Cartwright: It isn’t a bang, it’s a hum. I went to a dinner party this summer, given by a gourmand friend with a knack for putting together shindigs that take off like a house on fire.
Anthony (Tony) Robbins: Will these little changes and shifts lead to an outstanding life of fulfillment and contribution or will they lead to frustration and disappointment?
In the days of old, yogis gave up their worldly possessions and adopted a system of ancient techniques and rituals, with the intention to unite with God. Today, Americans have a slightly different approach.
by Cindy Wigglesworth: Would you like to see less drama in your home, your workplace, or your relationships? When asked this question, no one says, “Stop! I love the rollercoaster of people’s stuff. Give me more drama!”
The Dali Lama: Two talks at Stanford emphasize the need for dialogue in resolving conflict, and the need for compassion that extends beyond creeds and beliefs.
by Tenzin Norbu: Bodhisattvas employ the faculty of mindfulness in order to maintain consciousness of “the present moment.”
By Christie Wilcox: Music has a remarkable ability to affect and manipulate how we feel. Simply listening to songs we like stimulates the brain’s reward system, creating feelings of pleasure and comfort.
by Gabriel Mizrahi: In his 1968 novel The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, Tom Wolfe proclaimed that researchers conducting experiments with LSD (“those big fat letters”) were living in a “fantasy,” and that: