The Path to Personal Freedom

The Path to Personal Freedom

I happen to love the number four. It encompasses the beautiful array of seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall. And the elements: Water (what we’re mostly made up of), Air (the breath that keeps us alive), Fire (our spirit, our passion), and Earth (the ground beneath us, what grounds us to our true selves). And of course, there are the four…

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Relationships: How Are We Doing?

Relationships: How Are We Doing?

We had a great response to our Mother’s Week in May—thank you! With Father’s Day approaching, I couldn’t help but reflect on all kinds of relationships. We’ll be featuring a variety of articles on that theme all month. When I think about relationships, my first instinct is to think about those I have with the people closest to me: my…

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Yoga for Children With Yogi Beans

Yoga for Children With Yogi Beans

Looking for an activity that will challenge and engage your child in body and mind? Seek out a kids’ yoga class. Although yoga is typically considered an adult practice, kids love it for the same reasons that grownups do, such as relaxation and increased strength and flexibility. I myself didn’t discover yoga until college. It helped me through some challenging…

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Celebration Brings Core of Rewire Me's Virtual Community Together in Person

Celebration Brings Core of Rewire Me's Virtual Community Together in Person

Bestselling author Gabrielle Bernstein, environmental medicine expert Richard Ash, M.D., and work-life balance pioneer Tevis Trower recently joined Rewire Me founder Rose Caiola and about 100 guests for a panel discussion and celebration commemorating the launch of Rewire Me’s website and virtual community. Meeting face to face for the first time in many cases, Rewire Me staff, contributors, and supporters connected in a…

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Living with Cancer

Living with Cancer

On August 31, 2007, I woke up in the recovery room in pain. I had undergone an endoscopic ultrasound at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C., to learn more about the so-called mass that showed up on a CT scan of my pancreas. After nine years of debilitating illness, a doctor finally found the root cause. A resident came to…

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Discovering Your Now

Discovering Your Now

I dodged a bullet. It was self-inflicted. But I didn’t even know it had been fired at me. I was walking down the street and felt a lump in my calf. It hurt a lot—my whole leg felt warm. I’d better keep an eye on this, I thought. When I woke up the next morning, the lump was gone. No…

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