Writer Bobbie Spivey says we can learn to cocreate our best life ... by letting go of the past and making today the best day ...
Byron Katie, founder of The Work, says all emotional pain results from faulty thinking, which you can often heal with just a slight shift in perception. And there are four seemingly simple questions that will open your mind— and your heart.
During a harrowing medical trauma, Rev. Janice Cary rediscovered that the first step to healing is to let go and let God.
Columnist David Penner explores the Room of Shining Words at Unity Village, an iconic sacred space designed by Rickert Fillmore.
James Van Praagh, one of the world’s most accurate mediums breaks down the process of how to communicate with the other side. The key, he says, is connecting to the love inside ourselves that is God.
Editor Katy Koontz introduces Byron Katie, who decades ago had an epiphany that has since helped millions: Our minds project the world we see, and we suffer only when we believe our painful thoughts, which are illusion.
Psychotherapist Dennis Portnoy invites us to imagine living life on our own terms … to accomplish this, he says, we have to change the way we define ourselves.
The reason for your existence goes far beyond survival and enjoying the pleasures of life, says writer and psychotherapist Christopher Knippers, Ph.D.
Best-selling author and esteemed life coach Cheryl Richardson says midlife can feel like falling down a rabbit hole, but we can turn that tumble into a sacred journey.
Gregg Braden explains how science has finally caught up with the evidence to tell us a new story about who we are and what we are capable of.