Because the full Moon is considered the “energetic peak” of the month, it’s the perfect time to tap into its power. Carving out time for yourself to engage in monthly full Moon rituals is a great way to enhance your self-care routine.
Mind & Spirit
Over the past decade, digital access to therapy has become increasingly common. The apps for mental health and wellness range from mood trackers, meditation tools, and journals to therapy apps that match users to a licensed professional.
Many people believe we all have angels and spirit guides that watch over us every day, sending us messages of hope and encouragement. These guides can be assigned to us before birth, others will come when we are in need.
If you have found yourself in the position of being close to someone experiencing grief, and feel at a loss as to how to behave, here are some helpful steps that you can take to help them on their journey.
Like many who self-harm, cutting is an attempt to cope with events in their life; Take Five is a mindfulness strategy that may help kids cope with the events in their lives.
The key to setting conscious intentions is knowing that in every moment you have a choice about where you want to put your energy and your focus. You can harness the power of being more mindful as you welcome the opportunity to start fresh each day with a clean slate.
Happiness looks different for everyone. Regardless of your version of true happiness, living a happier, more satisfied life is within reach. A few tweaks to your regular habits can help you get there. Here’s a look at some daily, monthly, and yearly habits to help kickstart your quest.
Newly leaked documents appear to show that the U.S. Supreme Court is likely to overturn Roe v. Wade. If Roe were to be undone, 26 states will likely ban or severely restrict abortions.
Skateboarding’s Spiritual Side – Skaters Find Meaning In Falls And Breaking The Monotony Of Urban Life
Building upon other research projects noting the similarities between sports and religion in society today, we interviewed skaters at skate parks to see how they understood skateboarding.
Beginning July 16, 2022, people struggling with mental health crises can call 988, a new number focused on providing lifesaving suicide prevention and crisis services.
When people write about traumatic events, a question that often comes up is, “What if I don’t remember what happened? What if I was dissociated at the time? How can I recreate an event effectively on the page if there’s a blank spot where the memory should be?”
More than before, these times make it necessary to access rest and fortification for bodies as finite as ours, so that we may return to daily functioning and presence. But in our capitalistic society, we feel as though rest is more a burden than a right.
When you first meet someone, your brain tends to zero in on a few specific traits, like their clothing and overall appearance, and quickly patchwork together a general idea of who they are as a person.