As the darkest days set in, these practices use the darkness to offer healing and rejuvenation to help you see your inner light.
On the longest night of the year, instead of lighting a candle or cursing the darkness, why not embrace the darkness? Here are 7 rituals to embrace the darkness of winter.
When intense emotions and situations arise, our impulse is often to retreat, physically and mentally. Staying is the hardest part.
They might seem simple, but the work of answering these two questions can be the work of a lifetime.
Freedom is not a destination, but a path of constant permission and acceptance.
If you find yourself constantly in motion — running around, always busy, always thinking and doing — I encourage you to try a Yin practice.
In a culture of go-go-go we never fully arrive. The invitation at the Winter Solstice is to arrive, stay, and listen.