56 Items Tagged

intuition

How To Make Money Doing What You Love

It's painful to sit behind a desk inside a walled office when your soul just longs to do something creative, meaningful, and exciting. It longs to...

Tara Mullarkey
January 8 2014

7 Scientific Reasons You Should Listen To Your Heart (Not Your Brain)

And yet, haven’t we all felt moments when we were sure that joy, love, and appreciation emanated from our hearts?

Joel Kahn, M.D.
December 16 2013

How Do You Know If You're On The Right Path?

Asking this question can send us into a knee-bending spiral of nail biting, insomnia-inducing confusion.

Danielle Dowling, Psy.D.
October 23 2013

Are You Ignoring Your Intuition? 7 Tips To Get In Touch With Yourself

What happens when something you thought would make you happy doesn't actually feel that great anymore? Or the job that you used to love is sucking the...

Linzi Wilson
August 27 2013

10 Things Everyone Gets Wrong About Yoga (And How To Make It Right For You)

In traveling around the globe and at home at Strala in NYC, I learn so much about people and people's experiences practicing yoga. Mainly we all want...

Tara Stiles
August 7 2013

How Kundalini Yoga Can Awaken Your Intuition

I've been on the path of healing for the last several years, and one of the things that has accelerated the process and helped build my life condition...

Shiva Rose
August 5 2013

10 Themes To Focus On When Teaching Yoga

As a yoga teacher, do you set an intention for your teaching?

Karen Fabian
June 11 2013

Why I Embrace Every Meltdown

I don’t know about you, but I find myself in a constant state of struggle in life. Yes, I do it all — I eat well, I practice yoga, I have a loving...

Emily Conley
May 31 2013

Why My Failure To Complete A Yoga Challenge Wasn't A Failure

One of my favorite yoga instructors always reminds us during vinyasa classes, “It’s yoga practice, not yoga perfect.” Until I started practicing hot...

Tamar Siegel
April 25 2013

Why Exercise and Burning Calories Won't Help You Lose Weight

The veil has been lifted on the fat free craze, fad diets are losing steam, and now it's time to tackle the exercise myth.

Tara Stiles
June 13 2012

Playing Hide and Seek with Your Inner Teacher

We Westerners love doing. Our culture rewards it -- lauding those who log the most billable hours; making "keeping busy" a valued response to one of...

Lisa Munger
August 24 2011