I talk with women every day who are torn between a desire to positively influence the world but reluctant to draw attention to themselves and their offerings for fear of appearing shallow (look at me = self centered) or worse a narcissist. As women, many of us struggle with promoting ourselves in a way that feels comfortable. This article offers some solid tips on authentically inviting others to take notice of your accomplishments.
Vicki Noble created the Motherpeace Tarot Deck in the 1970s which became a popular tool of divination for thousands of women (including myself). It’s been four decades and a whole lot of shifting in popular culture for this feminist deck of earth-based magic to adorn the high fashion runway on Dior-made clothing. A true sign of the times: the inner lives of women as acts of beauty, power, and magic in the world. Read More
What does it mean to access your higher self? To tap into the world mind and create fresh vision that moves your life forward? Jean Houston, the originator of the human potential movement, offers an essential guide to the wondrous and tragic,dimensions of the human psyche in her book The Possible Human.
No matter what your spiritual beliefs are, consider that there might be a higher self, or simply another part of you that exists in your subconscious mind that knows the way. A part of you that believes in you, fully accepts you, and is your greatest fan. I invite you to set aside 10 minutes today to sit in silence. You can meditate if you wish, or simply sit and allow your mind and body to be still. Out of this stillness, ask your Higher Self, that wise subconscious mind, if she has a message for you.
The medicinal benefits of meditation and yoga are now firmly established in scientific literature. From reports released by major hospitals to peer-reviewed articles from major institutes, we can now confidently say that regular practice of meditation and yoga, which are grouped into a category (in medical terms) called ‘relaxation-response techniques,’ directly affects physiologic factors such as heart rate, blood pressure, stress, anxiety, oxygen consumption, and more. Read More
Eu Maior (Higher Self) is a Brazilian feature-length documentary presenting a fresh look at self-knowledge and the pursuit of happiness. The filmmakers interviewed thirty individuals with distinct backgrounds, including spiritual leaders, intellectuals, artists and professional athletes. The images are captivating and the dialog penetrating. It’s worth a deep look. You can view it at no charge here on Vimeo.