Inspirational Story: Swim for MS – Why I Swim

Swim for MS: Why I Swim with Virginia “Gin” Oman Multiple Sclerosis Association of America produced this video on Virginia “Gin” Oman and why she swims. Over two years, Ginny built her routine up from 5 to 40 minutes of continuous lap swimming. She is now a certified fitness instructor… READ MORE

The Transformational Power of Loss Can Cultivate a Resilient Heart

Cultivate a Resilient Heart in Times of Suffering Seven hundred years ago, a woman named Julian of Norwich lived through circumstances closely resembling what we’re experiencing today… … a raging, never-ending war, tumultuous social unrest, and, on top of it all, a plague. During the Black Death, the deadliest pandemic… READ MORE

Which ancient goddesses are stirring within you?

Goddesses in Everywoman with Jean Shinoda Bolen It was Carl Jung who theorized that we are all influenced by invisible archetypes that shape our behavior and influence our inner world. Discovering and working with these archetypes can open us to powerful forces of transformation. For women in particular, this means… READ MORE