Author Marianne Williamson offers hope for the millions of people who are suffering emotionally or fighting back against overwhelming sadness.
Is there an afterlife? Is there a God? If so, why is there so much suffering? These are the questions that plagued Mark Pitstick so he researched holistic, scientific, religious and spiritual evidence in his quest for answers. He shares his findings.
His wife left him and his best friend died. Instead of drowning in depression, Neil Pasricha started taking note of all the awesome things about life. Find out how you too can start appreciating simple, universal joys.
This 72-year-old beauty queen and author explains why she’s taken two cross-country bicycle trips, despite not being a seasoned cyclist.
One of the world’s top minds on all things spiritual and mental has tips to help you train your own mind to change your life for the better.
Hollywood’s most popular feng shui expert has a list of things that you should do on New Year’s Eve to bring you success in 2009.
Author Marianne Williamson isn’t a stranger to the New York Times No. 1 Bestsellers List – she’s landed on there four times. Her newest book took her on a trip to Oprah, Larry King Live and Good Morning America.
Sure, you know genetics and your life habits are important factors in living a long life, but have you considered the importance of your thoughts? Clinical psychologist Dr. Mario Martinez thinks it’s a crucial component of healthy aging.
One of the world’s foremost experts on wisdom and life satisfaction says we don’t necessarily get wiser as we get older.