Health through Your Eyes

Using Iridology to Heal Yourself by Julien Allaire, Iridologist, Naturopath, and author of Health through Your Eyes: Understand and Use Iridology. If your eyes are a door to the beauty of the world, they are also a window to the individuality of your inner environment. They allow anyone who can read them to better understand the panorama of our state of health. Their reading and analysis will guide you on your life’s path, realizations, and…

Write Your Way to Happy

“In the journal I do not just express myself more openly than I could to any person; I create myself.” –Susan Sontag Happiness: the state of pleasure, contentment, or joy. Do you dream of an easier, calmer life, where problems slide off you like water off a duck — a life in which you can fully enjoy the joys of simply existing? With 100% Happiness: A Guided Journal to Enhance Your Daily Life, you can…

Archetypes: Your Guides to Your Authentic Self

by Dr. Jean Benedict Raffa, author of The Soul’s Twins: Emancipate Your Feminine and Masculine Archetypes. This pair of statements is one of 20 on Part I of The Partnership Profile, an informal self-assessment in my new book, The Soul’s Twins: Emancipate Your Feminine and Masculine Archetypes. It’s not always easy to choose one statement in each pair, because sometimes your preferences change depending on the situation. So it can take some self-examination to decide…

Family, Wishbones, and Leftovers

by Julie Shields, co-author of Thank Forward: A Gratitude Action Kit with Mia Logan, PhD. With the holidays fast upon us, I’m reminded of one of my favorite childhood memories. Our family used to celebrate Thanksgiving, not just the day, but the whole week! Our week was filled with family, crafts, and Charlie Brown. One classic classroom craft was the hand turkey: First, each person placed a hand on top of an orange piece of…

Your Health In Your Hands

by Lori Reid, author of Red Feather’s newest release: Your Health In Your Hands: Hand reading as a guide to well-being. Knowing even just a little about palm shapes, nail types, and gestures means you’ll never again be bored in a crowd. Going for a face-to-face interview, hiring a builder, meeting in real life that person you first came across on Tinder gives you, well….it gives you the upper hand. You’ll distinguish between the careful…

Choices: Fear or Faith

by Shana Lee Gibson, author of Red Feather’s newly released TLC for the Soul: 33 Inspiring Messages of Comfort with artist Gina Szafner. The wind picked up, and the paddleboard rocked beneath my feet. Paddle in hand, I did my best to balance myself to stop from falling into the lake. My daughter also adjusted her weight behind me. When either of us moved slightly to one side without talking to the other first, the…

Mindfulness Strategies During COVID-19 and Beyond

by Pax Tandon, award-winning author of Mindfulness Matters: A Guide to Mastering Your Life Mindfulness is the cultivating of attention so it is sharp, clear, and focused on the present. In other words, it is present moment awareness. Part of the benefit, relevant now more than ever, is that the practice allows us to sit with whatever our truth is in the present — to notice it, and not react to it, but simply allow…

Collaging a Soul Seal

by Amy Zerner, co-author with Monte Farber of The Creativity Oracle and The Enchanted Love Tarot Perhaps there has been no better time to explore ourselves as the creators of our own lives. While so many of us are home or isolated, many of us find ourselves sifting through what remains, missing those we love, longing for experiences gone, and piecing together the parts of ourselves that seem lost to us right now. This is…

How Do We Let Go of the Past?

by Anthony “Sensei Tony” Stultz, author of The Three Principles of Oneness: How Embodying the Cosmic Perspective Can Liberate Your Life Some years ago, I led a retreat at Hiroshima. To my surprise, the city of Hiroshima was a modern metropolis with only one sign of the atomic bombing that had occurred there on August 6th, 1945. The twisted remains of a building that looked like something from the science fiction film, The Planet of the…

Gratitude for Presence

A Day With Monet by Julie Shields, co-creator of Thank Forward: A Gratitude Action Kit Have you ever experienced sensory overload? The kind where each one of your senses is evoked and running at 110% capacity? The sounds turn into static, the sights start to swirl, your heartbeat speeds up, and your head is about to burst. I found myself in the most unlikely place experiencing this so-called phenomenon, at the Denver Art Museum. For…