Tag Archives: emotional wellness
Posted on August 19th, 2014 by in Conscious Living

Listen to Your Emotional Body

by Dan Leven As I was sitting for meditation today, I met fear. I was looking for my breath—the rise and fall of my abdomen—to rest my attention on, and the fear showed up as a gripping sensation in my belly. My first reaction was to push it away. All I wanted was to feel […]

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Posted on March 12th, 2014 by in Conscious Living, Relationships

Five Lifestyle Practices for Creating a Thriving Relationship

By Prana Regina Barrett My husband Rene and I have been together 17 years now.  Friends often look to us as the couple who has made it work and are still truly happy together.  I’m glad that we can be that model for others but, most of all, I’m grateful for our 17-year partnership.  Rene […]

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Posted on March 10th, 2014 by in Conscious Living, Yoga

Emotional Balance

Do you give yourself permission to be real? Bo Forbes shares her thoughts on emotional balance and resilience. Join Bo at Kripalu in April.

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Posted on December 1st, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Tranquility

Take a moment of tranquility to breathe. As we head into a new day, set your intention for awareness, compassion, and ease.

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Posted on October 12th, 2013 by in Conscious Living

Thinking Body, Feeling Mind: How Yoga Can Help Shape Our Emotions

by Megan McDonough You know this to be true: Yoga improves your emotional state. That’s obvious to anyone who has stepped onto the mat, or taught others and noticed the shift in the room as the class progresses. What is it about the Breath of Joy that actually makes us feel joyful? Or the strength […]

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Posted on August 27th, 2013 by in Conscious Living

Living Gratitude

Twenty years ago, I was driving solo along the highways of New Mexico with some books on tape to keep me company. The most memorable of these was Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway, a self-help classic by the late Susan Jeffers. In addition to offering good ideas about managing fear, Jeffers suggested that […]

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Posted on July 15th, 2013 by in Relationships

Turning Point: Marsha Lucas

Marsha Lucas, PhD, a licensed psychologist and neuropsychologist, has been practicing psychotherapy and studying the brain-behavior relationship for more than 20 years. Her special interest is in the practice of mindfulness, and the neuroscientific research into its stimulation of the brain to develop new, more integrated circuits, which may be at the heart of well-being, […]

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Posted on July 3rd, 2013 by in Healthy Living, Nutrition

Mindful Eating

About five years ago, I was in Paris for a week to celebrate my birthday. It was one of the happiest times of my life. As I strolled the streets of that breathtakingly beautiful city, it wasn’t just the stunning architecture, the carefully manicured gardens, or the twinkling lights of the Eiffel Tower that captured […]

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