“Going green” is no longer just the ideology of left-wing hippies. Nor is it a trend. We are living…
The Power of Su Jok Therapy
I have been in a healing atmosphere since childhood—my mother practiced Watsu and yoga—but I never thought I would…
The Healing Power of Acupuncture
One day, when being treated by an acupuncturist, a Spanish friend who was visiting me in London walked into…
The Healing Power of Cupping
The practice of cupping was conceived during the Tang Dynasty (618-907) in China, though ancient medical transcriptions suggest its…
Addiction and Compassion
Transformation becomes possible when the soul in its state of addiction can say: “I don’t want to feel this…
The Tolerance and Withdrawal of Addiction
...humans and other animals will seek to find pleasure and for the most part, avoid pain at all costs.…
Addiction and How Mind is Matter
Our habits are primarily the SYMPTOMS of our low level of Being, not the CAUSE of it.
An Addiction to the Concept of Self
We can choose our addictions wisely.
Addiction is a Mystique and a Mystery
If you discard moral self-righteousness, the reality is that addiction preys upon some kind of psychological wound.
What Addiction Says About Our Satisfaction
Being addicted doesn’t make us bad, weak or hopeless. Just the opposite. It means we have a unique soul…
Thinking About the Things We Say
Words are energy and they live on.
Evil Tongue and Elevating our Self-Esteem
We tend to attract what we generate...I am sure that all of us would rather attract lightness and well-being…
At goop, we believe wellness is deeply individual. One woman’s path to health may call for sobriety; another's may involve a nightly whiskey ritual. Regardless, it’s the holistic picture that matters to us, being careful never to cleave the mind from a conversation about the body, or the body from a conversation about the mind.
Our goal has always been to ask questions—about our sex lives, our spiritual lives, the food we eat, how we work out, what happens when we die—and we know we're not the only curious ones. The answers help us get closer to what "well" means to each of us individually, and we hope they’re helpful to you.
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