2016-06-30
Winter Warmth

A vegetarian feast honoring the Goddess of winter

By Karri Allrich

12/11/00

Open-Hearted Management

Learning to focus on your heart can change your life.and your business

By Warren Grossman

12/10/00

Revisioning Work

In his new book, 'Spirit Matters,' Michael Lerner shows how work need not take over our lives.

By Michael Lerner

11/17/00

What's Really Going On in the Conference Room?

In companies coast to coast, what looks like a marketing meeting may well be folks talking about meaning not money.

By Marie Morgan

10/26/00

Cooking With the Crone

Vegetarian recipes for autumn

By Karri Allrich

10/20/00

A Blessing in Disguise?

Redefining oneself in the face of job loss

By Belleruth Naparstek

09/26/00

Vastu Living

Incorporating India's ancient science of design and architecture into your home

By Kathleen Cox

09/24/00

Natural Investing

A profitable path to financial wellness

By Hal Brill, Jack Brill, and Cliff Feigenbaum

09/10/00

A Summer Feast

Simple vegetarian fare honors the Goddess of summer.

By Karri Allrich

08/28/00

Courage

Choosing to face obstacles bravely and helping others face their own

By Melissa Giovagnoli

08/04/00

Heart-Minded Feng Shui

If your heart doesn't lift when you return home each night, you need feng shui.

By Nola Day

07/28/00

Relationships at Work

Daily events and the people you work with can be an invaluable mirror

By Dona Witten and Akong Tulku Rinpoche

07/17/00

In the Flow

Personal fountains bring nature indoors

By Ann Kathleen Bradley

07/05/00

Here Comes the Sun

A ritual to celebrate summer and the power of the sun

By Barbara Biziou

06/21/00

Feng Shui for Your Sacred Space

How to enhance your spiritual space

By R. D. Chin

06/09/00

A Fragment of Who We Could Be

How our lack of community impacts our identity.

By Mary Pipher

05/30/2000

The Monastic Living Series, By Lynda McDaniel

  • Monastery Without Walls
    How communities help us grow spiritually.
    05/30/2000
  • A Recklessly Generous Heart
    How to adapt the monastic practice of hospitality to everyday life.
    05/10/2000
  • Hanging Out With God
    A daily prayer practice builds a relationship with the divine.
    03/31/2000
  • How Much Is Enough?
    Living simply By knowing what's important.
    03/08/2000
  • All For the Glory of God
    How work can be a spiritual practice.
    02/22/2000
  • Intentional Living
    Increasingly people are finding that principles practiced in monasteries are relevant to their lives in the outside world.
    01/21/2000

  • What's Your Beef With Beef?

  • Soul Food?
    With all the diet programs out there, heaven only knows what the "spiritually correct" diet should be.
    By Dan Wakefield
  • Sustenance
    How love for a pet changed one man's perspective on vegetarianism.
    By William O'Sullivan
  • Vegetarian Nirvana
    An Indian woman searches for good vegetarian cooking, especially her spicy native fare.
    By Shoba Narayan
  • Hamburger Helper
    For those who don't eat meat because of the violent way animals are slaughtered, science may soon provide an alternative.
    By Gregg Easterbrook
  • Foods for Thought
    Some nutritionally sound foods are spiritually incorrect and vice-versa. Take this quiz to learn how food-savvy you really are.
    05/02/2000 through 05/25/2000
  • Life is a Pilgrimage

  • An interview with Satish Kumar, the author of "Path Without Destination."
  • An excerpt from the book.
    04/26/2000
  • The Shadow Artist
    An autobiographical audio feature on staying functional and creative
    By Julia Cameron
    04/12/2000

    Can a Massage a Day Keep the Frustration Away?
    Why corporations are now offering this therapeutic treatment to their employees
    04/12/2000

    The Message Is Real Simple: Buy More Stuff
    How simplicity went from a movement to a trend
    By Karen Lehrman
    04/04/2000

    Yoga in the Kitchen
    Ways to bring spiritual practice into everyday life.
    By Shoba Narayan
    03/30/2000

    Bull and Bear Meet Wind and Water
    How Wall Street is waking up to the economic advantages of feng shui.
    By Ellen Leventry
    03/29/2000

    Simplicity and Splendor
    Enriching your environment is not necessarily incompatible with spiritual practice.
    By Helen Berliner
    03/29/2000

    Bringing Spirituality to Work
    How to incorporate spirituality into business.
    By Christian de la Huerta
    03/27/2000

    Angels on the Job
    The angel archetype and its role it can play in the workplace.
    By David Rottman
    03/14/2000

    Setting the Day
    The wisdom of starting your day the night before.
    By Geshe Michael Roach
    03/14/2000

    The Urban Contemplative
    Some Christians are discovering urban contemplation, a way to develop a deep spiritual life while actively working for social justice.
    By Edward J. Farrell
    02/22/2000

    Feng Shui and Color
    How color affects the energy of your environment.
    By Joanna Trevelyan
    02/10/2000

    Playing Hooky
    Taking time away from the office can get us back into the flow of life.
    By Arthur Magida
    02/10/2000

    Shabbat Shalom: Recipes and Menus for the Sabbath
    Ideas for a Friday night sacred fest: barley soup, barbecued brisket, and choucroute a la juive.
    By Susan R. Friedland
    02/10/2000

    My True Home Is Brooklyn
    The lessons from a meditation retreat continue long after one arrives home.
    By Tracy Cochran
    01/28/2000

    Conscious Cooking
    Some tips on bringing mindfulness into the kitchen.
    By Isaac Cronin
    12/22/1999

    In Harmony
    Come play our feng shui game. Just no chi-ting!
    12/20/1999

    Listening To Life
    On the importance of staying true to your self.
    By Parker J. Palmer
    12/20/1999

    Simple Gift Ideas
    Practical suggestions for unique and easy holiday presents.
    12/20/1999

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