In modern times, people continue to be inspired by morally courageous heroes such as Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and the Dalai Lama.
When we grasp the value of self-reflection, we start to understand the mapping of our internal worlds so that we can determine how and what we’re really feeling.
For the many who identify as “spiritual,” without any ties to organized religion, is it possible that while feeling ideologically liberated, they may also be feeling socially isolated?
This article outlines key takeaways from one study, along with a few tips for cultivating your purpose in life for a longer, healthier and more fulfilled existence.
Transitions are hard, and the aging process is no exception.
The relationship you share with yourself is the most important one you’ll ever have.
Health-boosting connections with ourselves and our environment are limitless
We spend so much time indoors at a desk or watching television that we’re forgetting that nature and healing go hand in hand. We don’t need another vitamin or supplement, we need sunshine and fresh air.
Meditation has been used for thousands of years as a way to ease the mind and tune into a deeper sense of connection with the self. Here are some tips to get you started.