The Magic is in Your Nose

I was wandering around in a hardware store the other day, feeling rather hot and stuffy in my mask – and also a little anxious – when I realized my… Read More

The Power of AND

I saw a woman being interviewed about her opinion of Trump and Obama. She felt quite strongly that one was the devil and the other a saint. The interviewer asked… Read More

Suspending Judgment

One of the greatest sources of pain I’ve witnessed during the pandemic is the perception of restricted freedom. There have been some measurable restrictions on our freedoms, like the freedom… Read More

The Heart of Summer

This article was original published one year ago, and it’s one of our all-time favorites about summer and the fire element. Enjoy, and Happy Solstice! A few days ago I… Read More

Holistic Medicine for Racism

From its very beginning as a British colony, the United States has been afflicted with a disease. At its core, the disease is fear. As a response to that fear,… Read More

Thank You

I got a new sleeping bag for our camping trip this weekend. I didn’t go to REI because I wanted the wide, old-fashioned kind with flannel inside. If the temperature… Read More

The Dragontree Doshic Constitution Quiz

The traditional healing system of India, Ayurveda has an over 6000 year history of effectively bringing into balance the body, mind, and soul. It is founded upon the unchanging, universal… Read More

5 Ways to Relieve Back Pain

Almost everyone will experience at least one episode of back pain in their life, and many of us will have several bouts or even chronic back pain. While acupuncture, massage,… Read More

How to Be Resilient

Almost every year I witness the same tragedy in Boulder. The daffodils emerge, the trees put forth tender leaves and delicate flowers, and my heart swells with the natural resurrection… Read More