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Five Keys to Managing Intrusive Thoughts
"Persistent thoughts can be signals to ourselves about underlying life issues that need resolution," writes Dr. Jill Suttie. "But by drawing upon mindfulness, a self-distanced perspective, physical exercise, redirection, and social support, you can perhaps find a path forward." Dr. Suttie presents these five practices as collaborators for our internal world of thoughts, which sometimes feel like t... posted on Jun 13 2024, 1,204 reads


Popular Sneaker Shop Returns -- With A Twist
A sneakers store will soon reopen in California; however, it will not sell new sneakers. Through gatherings, mentoring, internships, and workshops, locals will learn shoe cleaning and repair, and how to make their old shoes “spicier.” But the space, known as SoleSpace Lab, is about a lot more than shoes. Participants will also learn about the many harmful materials that go into sneaker... posted on Jun 11 2024, 1,170 reads


Beethoven: Art Has No Limits
Summer of 1812. A young artist named Emilie sends a letter to her favorite composer. And he responds. His response outlines his relationship to art, divine inspiration, and joy. Gavin Aung Than, illustrator and creator of Zen Pencils captures that response in his 15-panel comic "Ludwig Van Beethoven: Art has no Limits." Than highlights the most poignant lines from Beethoven's letter back to Emilie... posted on Jun 09 2024, 2,283 reads


If You Haven’t Found Your Purpose, How to Feel Good Anyway
Finding your life purpose can often feel like an elusive quest, but it doesn't have to define your happiness. Adriana Paez argues that the true essence of living with purpose isn't about discovering a singular calling. Instead, it’s about aligning daily actions with your values and desires. Paez shares her journey of feeling lost and misaligned despite a successful career and tireless search... posted on Jun 08 2024, 1,714 reads


The Good News You Might Have Missed
We get to choose whether to despair or hope. And it is increasingly difficult to choose hope in a world with headlines about famine, war, intolerance, and disaster. That choice, however, can be made more equitable, when we also choose to widen our field of vision to include less attention-grabbing, click-oriented headlines. Angus Harvey delivers a striking reminder in his 9-minute TED2024 talk tha... posted on Jun 07 2024, 3,638 reads


Standing in Authentic Power
Stacey Lawson relates how real power is within, and takes inner work and outer action, and how sometimes it’s hard to understand why following inner guidance leads us on a path that doesn’t end where we might have wished. She explains how during meditation she repeatedly received a powerful call to run for political office, and while it was the last thing she wanted to do, and after st... posted on Jun 05 2024, 2,491 reads


Weathering the Storm: How Horses Teach Us Community
It was going to be a particularly important day for a healing ceremony with horses. Participants would experience community for the first time in a long time due to the covid lockdown. “Many of those present were single people. They hadn’t had any human contact since the lockdown. No one to get a hug from. No one to hold their hand.” They connected again through meditation, and s... posted on Jun 04 2024, 3,395 reads


From Green to Health
Interested in boosting your heath naturally? Research highlights the direct connection between our health and time spent in green spaces: nature holds the power to reduce stress and depressive symptoms, to fortify our immune system, to lower our blood pressure and improve sleep. With low-income communities frequently deprived of such green spaces, this points to an untapped potential to address he... posted on Jun 03 2024, 925 reads


Breathing with the Forest
'Breathing with the Forest' is an immersive digital experience that explores the illusion of separation between us and the rest of the planet, a reminder that “with each breath we exchange parts of ourselves with the wider world.” The Capinuri tree grows in the Amazon river floodplain where the Breathing experience creators photographed and collected three-dimensional scans and audio r... posted on Jun 02 2024, 1,864 reads


What Should I Do Today?
Finding moments of meaning and purpose amidst everyday chaos can feel like a daunting task. This article serves as a compass for navigating the complexities of daily life by embracing intentionality and mindful decision-making with a simple yet profound question: "What should I do today?"  Rather than succumbing to the pressures of productivity or routine, we are encouraged to approach each d... posted on Jun 01 2024, 2,658 reads


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