InnerSelf Newsletter: May 24th, 2015

InnerSelf Staff
As the above image suggests, when we let go and surrender, we then taste freedom... and…

Horoscope Current Week: May 25 to 31, 2015

Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers…

How To Keep from Getting Sucked into Your Rage

Lisa Garr
When you’re living an aware life, it’s important to avoid black holes that tend to pull…

This Once Stable Antarctic Region Has Suddenly Started Melting

Bert Wouters, University of Bristol
Antarctica’s glaciers have been making headlines during the past year, and not in a good…

Stepping Toward Peace by Changing Our Relationship With Thought

John Ptacek
We spend our lives immersed in a flood of thoughts, unaware that another dimension of…

Why Cold Weather Is A Bigger Killer Than Extreme Heat

Adrian Barnett, Queensland University of Technology
Most people are acutely aware of the toll the heat can take on human life, particularly…

What Are Animals Inviting Us To Become?

Rosalyn W. Berne
If we look at human history, we find it replete with animals, in legend and lore.…

Food Stamps Are Worth Double At These Michigan Farmers Markets

Araz Hachadourian, YES! Magazine
The USDA is putting $31 million behind a program that helps low-income families take home…

Outer Child and Feeling Unloved: Learning To Be There for Yourself

Susan Anderson
Couples often trade responsibility for their Inner Children. They project their disowned…

Will A New Civil Rights Movement Emerge In The Wake Of Police Shootings?

Chris Barker, Southwestern College
Recent widespread attention to shocking instances of alleged police misconduct – the…

A Child's Sense of Self: Healing the Wounds of the Inner Child

Sobonfu E. Somé
A lot of us suffer a great deal in our lives because our inner child has old wounds that…

Why Children Should Pick Their Summer Reading

Sean Dobbin, University of Rochester
At the end of the school year, districts often send stacks of books home with their…

Creating Your Life by Living a Path with Heart

Kenneth Smith
Creativity, or bringing something into being, results from the interaction between form…

Pakistan Turns The Desert Into A Sea Of Solar Panels

Saleem Shaikh, Climate News Network
Economic links with China help Pakistan tap into enormous solar energy potential that can…

Urban Farming Is Booming, But What Does It Really Yield?

Elizabeth Royte, Ensia
Midway through spring, the nearly bare planting beds of Carolyn Leadley’s Rising Pheasant…

Reinventing How We Play the Game Called Life

Ingrid Martine, M.A., PCC
Only in my life’s rear-view mirror do I see that I began to write “The Un-Game” long ago.…

The Hunger for Touch: Giving and Receiving the Healing of Touch

Valerie Ann Worwood
The human being thrives on touch. An enormous amount of research has been done in recent…

You May Be Traveling Less And That's A Good Thing

Patrick Moriarty, Monash University
In 1900, humans travelled a total of just 0.2 trillion km by vehicle, nearly all by…

How We Project Our Goals Onto Other People

James Devitt-NYU
The more committed we are to achieving a goal—catching a train, buying a movie ticket,…

How to Trigger the Placebo Effect for Self-Healing

Lolette Kuby
Many of us have learned not to put our trust into very many things. Lack of trust coupled…

Why Not Make The Classroom About Learning And Not Testing?

Eric Anderman, The Ohio State University
We have been hearing stories about academic cheating: from students caught cheating on…

How Climate Change Is Making California's Epic Drought Worse

Catherine Gautier, University of California, Santa Barbara
California is undergoing a record-setting drought that began in 2012, the worst in at…

Mercury Retrograde and The Great Attractor

Sarah Varcas
Mercury stationed retrograde at 1:44 am GMT on 19th May 2015, and remains in its own…

How The Verizon AOL Deal Subverts An Open Internet And Net Neutrality

Subhajyoti Bandyopadhyay, University of Florida and Hong Guo, University of Notre Dame
Telecommunication companies were up in arms in February after the Federal Communications…

Looking Deeper into the Power of the 23rd Psalm in Modern Life

Ron Roth, Ph.D.
The 23rd Psalm is one of the most popular prayers in the Western world. This beautiful…

Zen and the Art of Blackberry Picking

Amara Rose
Outside her country home, Dorisse exclaimed, "I've just got to stop and pick some of…

Two Things You Need To Be Able To Do To Meditate

Diana Lang
Meditation is simple and practical. In a curious way, it is as ordinary as it gets. Many…

Challenges of a Committed Partnership: Being Married--Staying Together

Linda & Charlie Bloom
We were both only twenty-one when we began our relationship, and quite immature. Each of…

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