By taking a mindful approach to what is happening, we can situate ourselves in the here and now – and get to the heart of the problem.
A study of the Mosuo women, known for their matriarchy, suggests that gender roles can influence our health outcomes.
Amid lockdown and social isolation, our writer discovered that the kindness of others is still alive and well – especially in the kitchen.
Faced with the prospect of a lonely Christmas, our writer found sentimental comfort in baking her own gingerbread cake.
The barberry shrub – most noticeable from its striking red berries – consists of the fruit, bark, root and leaf. Luckily, we can benefit from all of it.
Take one long stroll, four times a week.
Our brains and hearts are synchronized with one another. By calming our mind, we can also relieve the physical symptoms of stress.
In a chaotic society where work, success and profit reign supreme, the act of meditation may prove to be revolutionary.
Family bonds can be difficult to develop and navigate. A psychologist offers some advice on how to pursue more healthy family relationships.
‘Despite all our medical advances,’ my friend Jason used to quip, ‘the mortality rate has remained constant – one per person.’
“The power of egoism is so strong, that we constantly forget who we truly are: pure being and consciousness.” Original text by Marshall Govindan Satchidananda.
Kriya Yoga seminars are constantly organized in Europe and across the world. One of them will be held in Poland this autumn. During the weekend seminar, participants will learn the five-fold path of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga.
“For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness” is a photography series by British photographer Julian Germain.