10. See the Bigger Picture
Yes, this is about you, but your well-being also affects everyone and everything around you. When you get healthier, everybody benefits.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of interviewing one of my most dearly admired spiritual teachers, Byron Katie. She’s the founder of a four-question method for alleviating suffering called “The Work,” which she teaches around the world to anyone who’s interested — from prisoners on death row to corporate heads to people on both sides of
We’ve been taught that following through on new year’s resolutions is all about willpower. But it turns out that willingness may be a far more valuable ally.
The typical U.S. household squanders nearly half its food.
Another segment of the Urban Zen Sustainable Wellness Series featuring Dr. Frank Lipman and Huffington Post founder, Arianna Huffington.
More of this 101 Way at our sister site Experience Life:
When we hear the word “sustainability,” we tend to think in terms of the environment and natural resources. But sustainability principles are equally relevant to other parts of our lives, including our health, happiness, and collective well-being. For those of us seeking a more satisfying an sustainable way of life, nature’s lessons about what works — and what doesn’t — can help point the way.