Month: April 2012

So Easy It’s Crazy: Sunshine Tomato Soup

So Easy It’s Crazy: Sunshine Tomato Soup

A testament to simplicity, and the exceptional results that can occur when you use superb quality ingredients.

Self Care Reminders from the Third Grade

We practice soft belly breathing, which slows down and relaxes the body and the mind. We draw. We infuse a piece of paper with shapes, images, and colors so that the paper can hold all of our worries.

Letters The New York Times Chose Not to Print: Occasional Postings

Letters The New York Times Chose Not to Print: Occasional Postings

In his poignant piece on escalating post-deployment military suicides (NYT, April 15), Nicholas Kristof writes that “we refurbish tanks after time in combat, but don’t much help men and women exorcise the demons of war.”

Unthinkable

Is it so unusual, so unthinkable, to use technology mindfully rather than perpetually?

Aging & Consciousness: A Dramatic Transformation

Aging & Consciousness: A Dramatic Transformation

You just have to discover the beauty and love in life. There is no sunshine, without shade. And no shade without sunshine. Everything is gray when we don’t have both of them.

Mind, Mood & Food: A Beautiful Blend

The seminar at Kripalu brings together relevant material taught by engaging faculty in a setting where what was being taught could be practiced.

Nourish Means….

Food As Medicine Executive Chef Rebecca Katz, MS, just shared this lovely video, “Nourish means….” from the folks at NourishLife.org.