Currently Browsing: Feminine

Seven Warning Signs That You’re Disconnected from the Earth … and Seven Ways to Reconnect This Earth Day (and Every Day)
by Andrea Menard

Seeds from the Sacred Feminine: A 52-Card Wisdom Deck with Handbook

It’s no secret we are all rushed, overcommitted, and stressed out. But what we might not realize is how our busy lives disconnect us from the natural world. This disconnection is not only derailing our well-being, but it’s also harming the very planet that keeps us alive. Earth Day, arriving this year on April 22, […]


Straw Bale Gardens Grow Vegetable Anywhere, Earlier, and with No Weeding
by Joel Karsten – Roseville, MN

Straw Bale Gardens

Straw bale gardening is a unique and innovative method for growing vegetables and herbs that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It involves using straw bales as containers for growing plants and offers several advantages over traditional gardening methods. There are a number of benefits of straw bale gardening, and a few things to […]


Spiritualizing Mother’s Day
Cultivating Unconditional Love Through Divine Mother
by Sister Nandini – Los Angeles, CA

“Image courtesy of Self-Realization Fellowship, Los Angeles, Calif.” May all the sons and daughters of the world be filled with that motherly affection which is the reflection of the Divine Mother’s unconditional love; and may they give that unconditional motherly love to one another, that we have peace and heaven on earth. — Paramahansa Yogananda […]


Grow Your HQ (Happiness Quotient)
by Judy Wilkins-Smith

When I was nine, I had an argument that left me feeling sad and shaky. Feeling like my nine-year-old world was crashing, I walked outside and saw my bicycle propped up against the wall. I hopped onto it, and in a few minutes, I was as happy as a clam. That led to a huge […]


Is Your “Digital Diet” Balanced?
How to Improve Well-Being with Proper Mental Nutrition
by Alex Fink – Austin, TX

Nutrition Chart

A balanced diet is part of a healthy lifestyle, and so is a balanced information-diet. When it comes to health and well-being, what you put in your head is just as important as what you put in your mouth. Mindful media consumption is more than just limiting your screen time. It’s about understanding the context […]


Improving Mood Starts with Healing the Gut by Kulreet Chaudhary, MD

Sound Medicine

Have you ever noticed how your state of mind can impact how you feel physically? When you’re happy you feel great and when you’re stressed or emotionally distraught, your stomach gets upset or you feel physically exhausted. Mood is a complex physiological experience. It is the result of the intermingling of neurochemistry, gut health, hormonal […]


Battling Mom Burnout by Nikki Oden – Palm Beach County, FL

Before I had kids, I was convinced I’d be an awesome stay-at-home mom (SAHM). “How hard could it be?” I asked myself when I got pregnant with my first child. After having spent almost seven years practicing commercial litigation for a highly respected international law firm, dueling it out in court, taking and defending depositions, […]


Get Your Mind in Shape to Get Your Body in Shape
by Cyndi Dale – Minnesota

Energy Work for the Everyday to Elite Athlete

We don’t tend to think that prepping for swimwear season is a sport, but for those of us eager to dress for the beach instead of a blizzard, it sure is. Most of us emerge from winter with muscles in couch-potato form. Fairweather sports, from volleyball to tennis, and camping to walking, tend to require […]


Shamanic Dreaming – Connecting with Your Inner Visionary
by Carol Day – Glasgow, Scotland

Shamanic Dreaming

Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions. Edgar Cayce Almost twenty-four years ago, following the birth of my son, I had the experience of being connected through a deep continuum to worlds beyond this one. It was an incredibly profound and peaceful experience. For the hours and days following Arin’s first breath, I couldn’t perceive […]


You Can Grow Beautiful Healthy Organic Food at Your Home
by Joe Lapiana – Huntington, NY

fruit and vegetables

Imagine eating organically grown food from your backyard? It is possible, and I can guide you through the steps needed to produce food at your home. Here are the prerequisites that can help you be successful at growing your own food: Put a priority on having high quality organic vegetables on your table Allocate a […]