Exorcising the demons of childhood.
By Sadie Shorr-Parks, from Witness
Embracing a fear of the unknown.
When you feel you have nothing to belong to and have no identity, that is when you have a chance to break through to your true home.
The game for when all you want is to go home.
By Michael Redhill, from Brick
All you have to do is breathe. Let all your thoughts drift away. Let it all goooooo.
By M. Amos Clifford
Let nature heal your mind, body, and spirit with the relaxing meditation of shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, a Japanese therapy with cardiovascular benefits.
When we listen to trees, we “unself” ourselves — and open to great beauty.
Phillip Moffitt, the previous owner, and editor of Esquire magazine is able to distinguish nine meditative states and describe how to attain them. He speaks to his inner adventures that he has pursued for six decades and focuses on altered states diverges which examined how Buddhist teachings can be applied to daily angst.