Bernice L McFadden is the author of the amazing novel Gathering of Waters. This is an emotional and mystical story based off of a history event, a turning point of the American Civil Rights Movement.
Open conversations can lead us down interesting paths and allow for deeper connections. We learn more about what others are doing. We celebrate it. We give them the platform and space to share their passions and their joys.
interview with David Berceli, founder of Trauma Release Exercises
Find out why TRE is revolutionary and can change how we relate to each other and resolve conflict.
Supercoherence is a game-changer star-trek technology and we speak with the creator Thrity Engineer who never gave up and continues to see the extraordinary.
Jane English grew up near Boston and has made Vermont her home. The arc of her life has made an interesting veer from science to traditional wisdom. She shares stories from her life, Greenlandic shaman Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq, through her photography, chant, and words.
interview with Ashley of Wooga!
Meet Ashley Chen, born and bred in Singapore. She is co-owner of a growing business that caters to the needs of dogs living in the Red Dot.
The Nike’s Global Ambassador for Yoga, Leah’s all about yoga. In this interview, Leah talks about quitting the corporate world, why she gets on her mat, and how her difficult delivery has deepened her love for yoga.
Amber’s life looks very different than the one she had when she first arrived in Singapore. She shares about her journey from a scientist to a meditation and yoga teacher, on healing her heart and finding love, and on finding herself.
Originally from Quito Ecuador, Paly has made Singapore her home. In this interview she talks about Latina stereotypes, raising Third Culture Kids, and being an expat.
It’s All Well & Good is a book by Beth Moses that is full of wellness tips and techniques. Its handy size makes it a great reference to take with you, so that you can shift the challenge in the moment.
What happens to the fruit that drops to the ground in your yard? Find out what Iskashitaa in Tucson wants to do with it to build community.