by Laurel Clark, DD, DM
Most people fear death. Although we know that death is inevitable, there is often a difference between what we believe intellectually and what we experience emotionally. Why is this so? It would seem that such a universal experience could be met with acceptance...
Editor's Note: Death is a topic that evokes fear or outright denial in many people. In this article Laurel Clark shows how dreams can help us confront, and come to peace with, this mysterious transition.
by Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
So much gets revealed to me through posture evaluations. Standing in front of me is a person – usually feeling pain, loss, fear, anger, and with or without acceptance of the distortions that they have become...
by Stella Byrne,BSc (hons), MNIMH,
When I first started practising herbal medicine in South Wales 35 years ago, I was struck by my easy acceptance...
Editor's Note from Dylan Warren-Davis: There is currently a growing trend in biotech companies trying to grab hold of key medicinal herbs and patent them. However it is important to see that herbs belong to the culture that has traditionally used them and that they belong to their common heritage of the people, this is why it is important to respect herbal knowledge within the culture from which it has evolved. A Welsh Herbal presents the herbs used within the Welsh herbal tradition.
by Christy Diane Farr
Sometimes the anxiety just comes for me, the collision of my reality and the way I think it should be. It’s a mental train wreck that keeps me stuck. I cling to the dreams, the shoulds, the appearance of a gap...
Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: This article is short and sweet with a pow punch. The message... accept today as much as you can. If it is just as you wanted it to be or a piece of you know what! It is all somehow ok and perfect in its imperfection. The last sentence is great!
by Mastin Kipp
The way that I see it is that without self-acceptance your spiritual path is 'spiritual entertainment' at best. I mean you might as well watch a movie and just observe someone else going through a transformation. It's so true...
Editor´s Note from David Arenson: Founder of The Daily Love, Mastin Kipp shares with our readers his down-to-earth eclectic and lived spiritual experience regarding self-acceptance. Always provocative and sure-to-be transformational, Kipp openly reveals truths we hold about spiritual growth that may challenge our beliefs. "The Path is not so much about changing or fixing ourselves as it is accepting ourselves..."
by Shann Vander Leek
I’ve witnessed and been involved in situations where personal power is traded for acceptance and peace at any cost. Life coaching clients, family, friends and yours truly, can find ourselves in situations where we relinquish our personal power and over-empower others...
Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: We have all been in situations where we have given away our power, and in this beautiful article, Shann Vander Leek reminds each of us to always speak our truth and honor ourselves.
Editor's Note from Diane Renz: My heart was touched when a client, who is integrating her full value and healing from continual objectification, shared this song with me to express her internal experience. We are all learning how to relate to ourselves with increasing kindness, in a culture which defines worth based on exterior measures, this video speaks to self-acceptance on a universal level, but also educates more specifically regarding our assumptions and judgments and values for inclusivity or exclusivity relative to race.
by Sheryl Paul, MA
As I was rocking my baby to sleep for his nap this morning several hours earlier than his regular nap time, I remembered my first weeks with Everest and how uncertain I often felt as a new mother. As sleep has always been one of our most challenging areas (with both boys), I often consulted The Books to see if I could glean a new tip that would help me help my baby to learn how to sleep...
Editor's Note: In this article, Sheryl Paul, M.A, explains how societal expectations can foster much anxiety and insecurity for mothers, and anyone involved in a huge life transition. She shares her wonderful insight on welcoming this and other life transitions with gentleness and self-acceptance.
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