Reading – it’s one of the first things we do in life, sitting on our loved ones’ laps and enjoying the soothing voice of a parent explaining the world through pictures and words. What begins as a jumble of marks, black against white, conjures colors, monsters and beasts, emotions, laughter, and tears. Eventually, the process of changing squiggles into words becomes as natural to us as breathing – and just as necessary.
Listen to the latest Essential Conversations. Rabbi Rami interviews Mirabai Starr about her most recent book, Wild Mercy: Living the Fierce and Tender Wisdom of the Women Mystics.
In this meditation, imagine yourself playing and dancing with the wind high above the clouds. Remember your sense of playfulness and creativity as you explore the lightness and freedom of the element of air. This can be done as a seated meditation or to help you fall asleep at night.
This week discover advice for summer travelers, ways to cool the Pitta Dosha in hot months, and the fun fact that your liver can keep time. Want to know more? Read on.
Gathering mushrooms adds a new dimension to walks in nature. Learn more about how to start your own mushroom habit.
Poetry, for me, is synonymous with vulnerability. Sharing any poem of mine is like standing stripped before you, holding my naked, pounding, mystical heart in my bare hands. Offering it to you. Hoping you may find pieces of your own.
The founder of SoulWork, Adi Shakti, on awakening and empowering the divine feminine.