Take a moment to pause. As we inhale and exhale into this moment, set your intention for self-care, connection, and clarity.
Like many of us, after dinner and before bedtime is the part of the day in which I might find myself hungry—not necessarily physically hungry, but wanting something to fill me up. As I trolled around my kitchen one night, some years ago, an extraordinary thing happened. I noticed that my hand was reaching, as […]
What better way to start a cold winter’s day than with a warm, hardy breakfast straight from the Kripalu Kitchen? Here’s one of our favorite winter meals, which can be vegan or made with cow’s milk, and your choice of butter or Earth Balance. You can also use an egg substitute, such as ground flax […]
This year, New England, like much of the country, has been pummeled by snow. And that means snow days for our kids. Which is magical. I remember snow days fondly. Sleeping in. Sledding. Snow men and snow forts. Cocoa and popcorn by the fire. But what about poor mom and dad? There’s the magic, yes. […]
by Shannon Sexton Kirtan master Krishna Das is coming off a great year: His Live Ananda CD was nominated for a Grammy for Best New Age Album; a documentary about his spiritual journey, One Track Heart, screened in theaters last fall; and he’s releasing a new album, Kirtan Wallah, the first to be released on […]
Olympic medalist Rebecca Soni started swimming competitively when she was 10 years old—first following in her older sister’s footsteps, and then simply because she loved it. “I spent most of my childhood in a pool, practicing or competing,” she says. “The motivation always came from me. I fell in love with working hard, and trying […]
by Lauren Mackler Imagine what your life would be like if you could move beyond limiting beliefs and behaviors, and fully become the person you were born to be. What if you could “live boldly”—reclaim your magnificence, liberate your authentic self, and activate your potential to create the personal and professional life you desire? When […]