Faced with a hostile modern world, women are finding strength in ancient traditions.
Alleged abuse and cult-like brainwashing. "Magic" crystals. And a self-proclaimed healer with unfettered access to young women for decades.
Gov. Kate Brown told reporters she practices yoga and meditation, and believes in treating others with respect.
For Curry and others, being Christian means rejecting white nationalism and misogyny, while protecting immigrants, refugees and the poor.
Choosing a new religion can often be a fraught decision. These converts share their experiences with finding new faiths and what that meant for their families. (Supported by Netflix)
Two converts offer their perspectives on their spiritual upbringing and how it empowered them to embrace a new faith. They speak openly about how they found their new religions and what their decisions meant for their families. (Supported by Netflix)
The 85-year-old Oscar winner has a lot to say about the singularity, dark energy and humanity's place in the universe.
"You are playing, quite literally, with fire."
What Glossier did for skin care and Rupi Kaur did for poetry, Bunny Michael does for New Age spirituality.
Francis had previously called the accusations against Bishop Juan Barros "slander."
The outlet has since replaced the image.
The devil didn't make them do it. They did it of their own free will.
At present, authorities have few leads in the disturbing case.
No more awkward tugging and pulling 🙌
But the pope didn't waver in his support for a controversial Chilean bishop accused of covering up abuse.
Francis' trip to Chile has already been marred by protests against how the church has handled child abuse allegations.
Because it's only becoming more of a struggle.
Vinny Bonanno is the founder of Stretching in Public. This self-acclaimed “former fat kid with nonstop hone-able energy” started “a movement of movement,” aimed at bringing mindfulness and physical wellness to the public. He performs yoga stretches in public - including in crowded airports, streets, on subway platforms and cars, and essentially anywhere he can grab ordinary people’s attention.
Forget apples. We like to think it’s a weekend away that keeps the doctor at bay.
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