by Doctress Neutopia
Wholistic Gaia science is not only a foundational world view for the investigation of "the details of how all organisms exchange gases and other chemical compounds with the water, atmosphere and soils of Earth." But, from a cultural standpoint, what I am seeing is that Gaia is also a foundation for a planetary religion, a benevolent new way of living with and revering the Earth. Gaia shows us the way to create evolutionary new habitats so that we have not only the scientific technology, but the philosophy to peacefully penetrate deeper into the mysteries of the Universe using both science and art.
by David G. Arenson, ND
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living
What is our true nature?
We come to experience wholeness by opening ourselves, revealing the flower within. Let peace begin with me.
Transformation starts with looking in the mirror at the self. It can be no other way. Simply put, taking responsibility for everything that appears in one's life, is the starting point...
Editor's Note from David Arenson: What is our true nature? Zen teaches us acceptance of all that is. In this acceptance, we allow ourselves to be compassionate for all things. When we feel lost,” our soul has not gone off track. It's more likely that we are totally on course and coming closer than ever to personal transformation. We come to experience wholeness by opening ourselves - “As you live deeper in the heart, the mirror gets clearer and cleaner” (Rumi) Our true nature is infinity.
Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: I came upon this video and was transfixed. As a female teacher of spirituality, this piece gave me a wonderful opportunity to practice staying in my peace and in non-judgement. If you are a woman, I am curious how John Piper's words strike you. And question... how will viewpoints such as these broaden as women are coming more and more important (and necessary) in all areas of leadership?
by Alena Gerst
When prolonged worry takes hold and we can't talk ourselves out of it with words, we may be able to coax ourselves into a calmer state starting with the body. And the simplest way to start is with the prefrontal cortex, the front-brain...
Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: Are you a chronic worrier? Do you constantly worry about everything in your life? Well, all this happens in our prefrontal cortex, which is the front part of our brain. Here's a little something you can do to help remove worry and bring upon more peace.
by Jhon Tyler
This book has been written as a guide to self-healing, freedom, and peace. It has not been written as another means to cope with life...
Editor's Note: Jhon shares a bit of his personal journey in this book except from his book, NoPain.me, and invites you to simply feel. (One of the things we most seem to fear in today's modern culture.)
by Cathy Cassani Adams
You are in a hurry.
Even when you don’t have to be anywhere, you are trying to get somewhere.
You have been trained to be in a hurry, to move fast, to get a lot done in the least amount of time...
Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Cathy Cassani Adams reminds parents to get off autopilot and out of the fast lane in order to be with their children in a mindful way. The decision to be present without leading and judging turns any activity into a meditation. This five-minute practice enables you to feel peaceful and connect with your children in meaningful ways.
by Dr. Bradley Nelson
What's the number one thing you can you do to reduce stress in your own life? Find peace through forgiveness...
Editor's Note: Is there someone that you need to forgive today? Let's get you started now...
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