Hugging helps the immune system, cures depression, reduces stress and induces sleep. It’s invigorating, rejuvenating and has no unpleasant side effects.
I believe that at the end of the day, expectations are quite possibly the one thing that hinders our ability to be at peace not just in life but in our relationships as well.
Being in love is like being on… crack? Head-over-heels love and Mother Theresa-style love look very different in the brain. ‘Agape’, or selfless love, has its own rewards. This Valentines Day, try a loving kindness (metta) meditation. Our world needs it.
You are made of Divine Energy and Divine Energy is Love, so YOU ARE LOVE. Vicki Howie shares a free heart chakra song and free Ho’Oponopono meditation to help you remember your divinity.
In this video, International Bestselling Author, Farhana Dhalla reads the most talked-about passage of her book, where you bravely takes the perspective of her ex-husband.
During Valentine’s, the traditional “couple’s holiday,” It’s especially important to remember to honor your beloved Self. I’ve learned from my life coach clients and my own experience that something about Valentine’s brings out the best and the worst in all of us. If we are without a beloved at this time, we may feel particularly […]
There is nothing rebellious about violence at this point in human history; it has been normal, accepted, and constant for centuries. Rage and violence are the status quo of a socio-economic system built from exploitation and maintained by cruelty, greed, and destruction of the planet. If we wish to truly rebel against a greedy, warmongering, fear-inducing, corrupt, controlling socio-economic and political system that thrives on keeping its populace isolated, competitive, and antagonistic towards each other and the rest of the world, that rebellion requires not rage or violence, but kindness.
:: Striving for Oneness, Peace & Unity :: A gift of wisdom through the voices of our elders By Esther-Maria Lindner With Jennie Sherwin “When the Earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colours, creeds and classes, and who by their actions […]
Tamera Mowry, one half of the identical twin leads of the ’90s television sitcom Sister, Sister, married Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housley on May 15, 2011. Since then, Tamera says, she has experienced intense hatred on social media for marrying outside her race. Watch as Tamera shares her response to the comments as well as what she’s learned from the experience.