Not only are we missing the mark on addressing the underlying causes of one new, virulent virus, but many of the commonly accepted solutions have the potential to make our health, both individually and collectively, worse, especially in the long term.
We are in desperate need of reclaiming the natural wisdom that comes from knowing we are each an inherent and valuable part of a greater natural whole.
When, what and how we eat (‘food’); how we exercise and the balance between sleep and waking (‘sleep’); plus how we use our creative energy and the quality of our relationships (‘sex’) are the three pillars of health.
Our bodies are intelligent creations of nature, equipped with the power to heal and be whole. When we connect deeply to our physical being, with heartfelt gratitude and appreciation, we support that healing power. This guided meditation will help you to sense and support your wholeness, and your connection with […]
In the belly of the mother Groundhog Day is right around the corner. In ancient times this holiday was known as Imbolc, meaning ‘in the belly of the mother’. The seeds of life are germinating in her dark belly, waiting for the light of spring. The astrologically precise date of […]
Self-massage with oil, known as abhyanga in Ayurveda, is a wonderful practice for soothing the nervous system.
Fully inhabiting a body – occupying our selves – is a declaration of ownership, acceptance, and authority.