Health, Mind, Body and Spirit

Hugging Yourself

Hugging Yourself

As hugging someone else isn’t an option right now, hug yourself with this simple meditation from Everyday Self-Care. The gentle pressure on the heart space and the belly stimulates the release of oxytocin along with its benefits.  
How to Live a Happy Life

How to Live a Happy Life

Happiness is as invisible as electricity, and just as powerful. We can feel its effects and see its impact, but everyone's description of what it does will be different. This extract from Lois Blyth's Be Happy outlines ways you can find happiness in your life.
My Mind in a Jar

My Mind in a Jar

Making “mind jars” is a fun craft and a great way to teach children about how mindfulness practice helps them calm down and focus. This simple exercise is an easy way to integrate mindfulness into your child's life. Try this simple mindfulness exercise with your child.
Creating a Magical Home

Creating a Magical Home

When we set up our space to be a reflection of what makes us feel safe, joyful, and peaceful, it helps us access our authentic core self. Being connected to that core is vital for magic and manifesting what you want for yourself.
Creating Calm with Crystal Reiki

Creating Calm with Crystal Reiki

Reiki is an amazingly simple but powerful form of spiritual healing practice in which the practitioner channels Reiki—universal life force energy—which is in and around every living being. This means Reiki is for everyone, because everyone has Reiki—it is a completely natural energy. Think of when a child falls and scrapes their knee: their parent places a hand on the knee for a few seconds, and the pain disappears—this is Reiki healing.
Colouring Pages to Calm the Mind

Colouring Pages to Calm the Mind

Colouring has been proven to relax us and help focus the mind. This is something we all need in this time of uncertainty, so we thought we'd provide you with two pages to colour from our two books Colour Your Spirit Animal Guides and Colour Your Winged Spirit Animal Guides
Mindful Appreciation

Mindful Appreciation

These simple practices can be done at home and can help you to identify moments of joy in your life. Our brains have what psychologists call a “negativity bias,” which means we pay more attention to negative events than positive ones. This serves an evolutionary purpose, because it means we’re attentive to danger, but sadly it also means we miss out on a lot of the small, ordinary joys. Below are some practices from Sarah Rudell Beach’s book And Breathe… that will help you pay more attention to the good (which is really good for you), and how to savor the fleeting moments of beauty that life offers us.
Empowering Mantras for International Women's Day

Empowering Mantras for International Women's Day

Channel your inner wonder woman to smash boundaries and glass ceilings alike with these empowering quotes for Intentional Women's Day.
Understanding the Phases of the Moon

Understanding the Phases of the Moon

The cycle begins at the New Moon. Roughly every 28 days a new lunar cycle begins when the Moon is dark, invisible to us - but powerful within us...
The Wheel of Kindness

The Wheel of Kindness

We most commonly think of kindness in relation to others, but how about being kind to yourself or the world you live in—within your neighborhood or the planet itself? What does kindness look like to you in these three domains?
A Cup Brimming with Health: Vitamin C Tea

A Cup Brimming with Health: Vitamin C Tea

A good witch knows that prevention is always better than cure, and this natural, Vitamin C Tea is the perfect potion to keep on hand during beating cold & flu season. Drink this tonic regularly and you'll feel fantastic!
Getting ready to dream

Getting ready to dream

It’s time to open up to your imagination and become an active dreamer. Whether you’re a first-time dreamworker or experienced practitioner, here are some tools to engage your mind and prepare yourself for dreaming.