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A Common Heart Song

Whales Point the Way
Just like whales, when we go deep within, we find the common song that unites all beings.
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Inspiration Briefs

The Power of Thank-You Notes

People Underestimate the Message

Love Rocks

Inspiring Messages that Surprise

Lobster Liberation

Monks Free Creatures from Certain Doom

Good Reads

Fiction Readers Have More Empathy

Swedes’ Solution

Six-Hour Workday Reaps Benefits

Live Comedy Evokes Trust and Empathy

Stand-up Comics Induce Bonding in Audience Members
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Archive »Wise Words

Ken Page on Making Love Last

The qualities we feel most embarrassed or awkward about—our deepest insecurities—are some of the greatest gifts we bring to a relationship.

Dustin Sulak on Cannabis as a Healing Therapy

Medical marijuana offers therapeutic potential for people suffering from chronic pain, trauma and other conditions that defy standard medical care, says a pioneering Maine osteopath.

Jacob Liberman on Light as Our Essential Nature

Light, the foundation of all that exists, embodies the coming together of science and spirituality, says the author and optometrist.

Kristi Nelson on Why Gratefulness Brings Happiness

It’s not happiness that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy, counsels the head of the Network for Grateful Living.

Donna Karan on Fashioning Healthful Change

After her late husband’s struggle with lung cancer, the style icon has turned her attention to organizing a way to put complementary therapies to use in healthcare.
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ONE Wellness

Helps Richmonders Connect to Their Authentic Selves
Athletes may refer to it as “being in the zone”. A writer may call it “flow”. In any professional or personal situation, this state of connecting passion to action will inspire a sense of peace and focus.

Generosity is Contagious--Catch It

The kindness movement is alive and well in Richmond, with many opportunities to be generous.

The Gift of Presence

in Richmond-Area Schools
As a methodical process for relaxing, tuning into the present moment and quieting the brain, mindfulness can help students deal with issues by using reason and not just emotion, which assists in dealing with the stress and anxiety of the teen years.

Raising Consciousness

at the Richmond City Jail
The Recovering from Everyday Addictive Lifestyle program at the Richmond City Jail is intended to reduce recidivism (repeat offenses) by ensuring that individuals are prepared for reentry into society. Ellie Burke is a volunteer.

Yoga Month 2016

Natural Awakenings invites you to learn more about these teachers and centers committed to the well-being of our community.
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Farmer Joel Salatin to Appear in Richmond

One of the most famous farmers in the world, Salatin is a pioneer of chemical-free farming.

Explore the Connection Between Creativity and Spirit

The Arts and Spirituality Center (ASC) at Emmanuel Church will soon be enrolling for fall classes.

Revisit Asian History with Local Author

Carole Louie is the author of the recently released book, Conversations of a Hungry Ghost: Memoir of a Reluctant Medium.

New Books on the Way From Cheryl Pallant

Cheryl Pallant, an energy medicine practitioner, dancer, teacher and author, has written two new books.

 

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