Mind & Body


Rewriting Personal Narratives to Heal

By Lewis Mehl-Madrona with Barbara Mainguy

Discover how recreating your personal narrative can transform the patterns in your life, community and beyond.


The Suspiciousness Spectrum: Exploring Paranoia

By David J. Laporte

From the mildly suspicious to the extremely paranoid, the feeling of paranoia exists on the scale of an ordinary human emotion.


A Father’s Invisible Presence

By Susan Johnson Hadler

One woman sifts through her family’s history in search of the remnants of a father she never knew.


Investigating the Nature of the Self

By Anil Ananthaswamy

A brief, introductory glance into Cotard’s Syndrome, the strange science of personal identity and the nature of the self.


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Practicing Self-Trust: The Value of Being Perfectly Imperfect

By M.J. Ryan

Trying to keep up with the demands of daily life is exhausting. Developing self-trust and accepting a perfectly imperfect world can help you cope.


MDs Now Prescribe Walking as a Boost to Health

By Jay Walljasper

A compelling reason to keep your New Year’s resolution to be more active.


Christian Theology in a Progress-Driven World

By John Michael Greer

Modern attitudes toward progress share many characteristics with traditional Christian theology.


Learn How to Listen in a Radically Different Way

By Nancy Kline

Apply this listening skill to foster a better environment for ideas.