Every blessing, no matter how simple, is the gift of the whole universe. When we stop and really look, we see that we are supported continuously in countless ways.
During these challenging times, many Americans are redirecting and revitalizing their lives by sincerely asking, “What is my purpose here, and how can I realize it?”
The American bald eagle and other decimated populations targeted by international conservation efforts, from Rwanda’s mountain gorillas to India’s wild tigers, show encouraging signs of recovery.
World Peace Day is September 21, and artist Franck de Las Mercedes’ brightly painted, pre-paid boxes, labeled with messages like, “Handle with Care: Contains Peace,” are stimulating new ways of communicating through art.
Want to join a music or choral ensemble, theatre or dance group or an art class? Jump in—you can enjoy most art disciplines at any age, and no previous training or ability is required. Just bring your curious spirit and a willingness to participate and learn.
Celebrating life through sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste, we can emulate children and be continually amazed by all the ways life is continually communicating with us.
When he left Earth, this remarkable political and spiritual leader had fewer than 10 possessions. We can all be enriched by his admirable legacy of how to live.
Long days and languid nights are the ideal time to cultivate the art of treating ourselves to simple pleasures. Natural Awakenings publishers and contributors around the country look at summers past and present to suggest springboards to enjoyment.
Novelty feels good—and is good for us—yet we often stick with what we know. Try these practical ways to build up “venture aptitude” and really start living.
Deeply embedded in our strongest memories, special places become a manifestation of divine energy.