Meditation for Relationships

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Blog at US News and World Report is discussing how meditation can improve relationships.  Dr. James Baird, behavioral expert and author of Behavioral Genes: Why We Do What We Do and How to … Read More

Meditation for Dating

This week Yahoo Health featured an interview with Andy Glickman, a meditation teacher who is using mindfulness meditation for dating. The article discusses how Glickman is incorporating imagery and meditation to make better, more authentic connections, become a better date, and … Read More

Stay-At-Home Mom

Question: I’m a stay-at-home-mom and I feel stuck. It seems like I’m always fighting with my kids and that my life is in turmoil. I want to be joyous and spiritual, but I’m always having to push myself to be … Read More

Sick and Sad: Illness & Depression

Question: I have Lyme disease and several other infections related to Lyme. I am a 58-year-old woman and I live alone. I have no family to speak of, no friends, and it’s perfectly clear that nobody wants to date me … Read More

Reduce Stress for the Holidays

The Healing Waterfall offers a few tips on how to improve your holiday outlook, reduce stress, and learn to enjoy the season again.

Guided Imagery for Children and Families

The Gazette in Colorado Springs this week reports on a new class offering guided imagery for children. For years, Katy Allred has taught adults to meditate, but after having her daughter 18 months ago, she realized that children could benefit from … Read More

Guided Meditation for Forgiveness

In an article for the Blog at the Huffington Post, relationship coach Jennifer Twardowski describes how guided meditation helped her forgive and get through recent difficulties in both her professional and personal relationships. When she realized that none of these … Read More