I drank hallucinogenic ayahuasca tea with a bunch of strangers—and it was one of the most profound, important experiences of my life.
With a world of worries–empty nesting, caring for aging parents, terrorism–Candy Schulman overcomes her doubts and, like 25 million other Americans, tries meditation for stress.
What does it take to go from stay-at-home mom to leader of a large church? Nancy Marroquin asked herself, “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?”
They say a cat has nine lives, but I’ve had more than that. All I can say is it’s a miracle I’ve made it to this age. Here’s why.
Lost and grieving, Stacey Tompkins joined hundreds of pilgrims on the famous Camino de Santiago and during an emotional month on the trail, she found answers and solace.
In this regular column we’re calling “I Tried…”, we will be scouting out new or unusual products, services, and treatments and giving them the thumbs up or down. In our first installment, Jeannie Ralston does time in a small, hot, dark place because she was told it would be good for her.