Being aware of our inner voice can also help us live a more satisfying life in the moment. But how do we choose which gut feelings to trust? Dr. Judith Orloff, author of the international bestseller, Second Sight, names five inner messages that deserve our attention.
We are part of a single, fragile biological system, and the whisper of every leaf and creature’s song implores us to love and care for the delicate biophony that was the first music our species ever heard.
Lifelong mystic, self-awareness teacher and author Robert Rabbin explores Silence as a way of knowing and being, of pure life.
Michael Bernard Beckwith reminds us that only when we turn our gaze inward with the intuitive eye of awareness can we perceive our innate wholeness, for there is no dust on the mirror of the soul.
Inspirational author Barbara Brown Taylor believes we are all part of a web that is pure relationship, with energy available to us that has been here since the universe was born.
Every blessing, no matter how simple, is the gift of the whole universe. When we stop and really look, we see that we are supported continuously in countless ways.
During these challenging times, many Americans are redirecting and revitalizing their lives by sincerely asking, “What is my purpose here, and how can I realize it?”
The American bald eagle and other decimated populations targeted by international conservation efforts, from Rwanda’s mountain gorillas to India’s wild tigers, show encouraging signs of recovery.
World Peace Day is September 21, and artist Franck de Las Mercedes’ brightly painted, pre-paid boxes, labeled with messages like, “Handle with Care: Contains Peace,” are stimulating new ways of communicating through art.
Want to join a music or choral ensemble, theatre or dance group or an art class? Jump in—you can enjoy most art disciplines at any age, and no previous training or ability is required. Just bring your curious spirit and a willingness to participate and learn.