- August 1st, 2012
There is something profoundly wrong with the way that we currently name and treat certain human phenomena. When we call something a “mental disease” or a “mental disorder” we imply a great deal about its origins, its treatment, its intractability, and its locus of control.Learning the difference between "sad" and "depressed"By Eric Maisel, PhD
- April 1st, 2012
As you clean your closets, pack up your woolens, and bring your spring clothes out of their storage places, remember to clear the energies that have accumulated over the cold, dark days of winter, says Elaine Seiler, author of the new book Multi-Dimensional You: Exploring Energetic Evolution.
- March 1st, 2012
These days, meditation is fashionable—a way for privileged individuals to attend special events, consume good food, interact with like-minded people, and have their picture taken with a famous Buddhist Lama. Obviously, this is not genuine practice. True meditation heightens your sensitivity and sharpens your insight.Perspective on Meditation in the Buddhist Traditionby Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche
- February 6th, 2012
I have a sacred spot. It’s not in Sedona or near the shrine, adorned with deities and religious medals, that I keep in my bedroom. No, this spot is internal, south of my navel, north of my thighs, in the vicinity of what others refer to as the G-spot.By Barbara Hey
- February 1st, 2012
It is a misunderstanding to think that the practice of meditation is merely a method for relieving stress and achieving peace for oneself, alone.Meditation isn't only about achieving peace for oneself!by Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche
- January 1st, 2012
Daily life is often about juggling a variety of issues and trying to stay on top of it all. It is, however, easy to slip out of your mental best into something less productive.Music and mindfulness go hand-in-handBy Joseph Cardillo, PHD, and Galina Mindlin, MD, PhD
- November 1st, 2011
Think about the time you spend indoors versus the time spent outdoors. If you’re like most Americans, you probably spend much more time inside an artificial environment working, cleaning, caring for the household, in transit, watching TV, or surfing the Internet.
- November 1st, 2011
In the first part of this article (“The ‘Wicked Success’ Revival Plan: Eight Ways Stressed Out Women Can Revive and Renew—Mind, Body, and Soul”) published in the November issue of Natural Solutions, author Vickie Milazzolo asserts that women should not accept a state of stressed-out existence and call it living.Part II of Vicky Milazzolo’s plan for de-stressing your life.
- October 20th, 2011
In the late 1960s, the renowned French physician Alfred Tomatis was summoned to a Benedictine monastery in the south of France to investigate a mysterious illness that had flattened the unfortunate brothers. “Seventy of the 90 monks were slumping in their cells like wet dishrags,” he later wrote. The cause of their lethargy?Joseph Hooper
- September 1st, 2011
Our bodies are innately wise and have much to teach us about restoring and preserving our health…if we are willing to listen. A symptom is more than an isolated event. It is a messenger from our body giving us a “heads up” that an underlying problem exists and needs attention.Your body has a message for you. Are you listening?By Marc Levin