Incorporating these five best neuroplasticity practices can open the doors to a more graceful, resilient, and lasting experience of change.
Spending time in the woods—or shinrin-yoku (“forest bathing”)—has been proven to significantly strengthen our immune system and increase our overall happiness. The forest air triggers our bloodstream to produce 40 percent more natural killer cells, which help fight harmful viruses, … Read More
The “horizontal axis” of the soul is where we have stored many lessons and a great deal of energy that remains trapped and stagnant. It is this trapped energy that feeds our internal “demons” and the behaviors that plague us … Read More
The childhood capacity to play creatively helps kids learn how to solve problems more effectively. Children develop their motor and mechanical skills, as well as planning skills and teamwork. The fact that many of our children now spend little time … Read More
Find your Beastie of the Year for 2018 with these printable Beastie Cards for More Love, from Sarah Bamford Seidelman, the author of the forthcoming Book of Beasties. Click here to download! Print out the PDF (double-sided) and cut them each into … Read More
Need more “Breathe and Be” Moments? Excerpted from Breathe and Be: A Book of Mindfulness Poems. Written by Kate Coombs and illustrated by Anna Emilia Laitinen. Kate Coombs is the author of numerous books, including picture books, … Read More
It’s okay not to drink. In fact, it’s normal, a fact that many people tend to forget, especially around the holidays. My husband, Pat, quit drinking thirty-three years ago, and he is not at all shy about telling people he’s … Read More
Because your internal meaning-making machine, colors your perception of your life and your very self, and can dictate your actions, non-action, and choices, you probably live with some constant companions. I call them Integrity Snatchers. Integrity Snatchers diminish your sense … Read More