7 things to do while you’re on Soul’s Code
What are we about? A 20-second tour . . .
1. PEAK EXPERIENCES
Have you ever had a peak experience? Read honest, life-altering accounts under our category, Peak Experiences.
The term was coined by one of the founders of humanistic psychology, Abraham Maslow. Peak Experiences are aspirational stories about natural highs: (Paul Kaihla on the shaman origins of the sauna), first-person breakthroughs (Jennifer Scalia on her greatest love, ever), and psychotherapist David Rickey on his Aha! Moment that took him a lifetime.
2. SURVIVAL GUIDES
Click through our illustrated mini-series. Our subjects range from addiction to Ashtanga Yoga.
Look under “Slideshows” on the right side of the site. Our favorites include The New Female Mystics and Tom Hudgen’s first-person story about traveling to a Texas super-max prison to forgive the man who raped and murdered his sister when Tom was a child.
Our newest series: 5 Mind-Body Workouts that are about to Break out.
3. SUPER-STARS OF SELF-HELP
More than 100 authors, practitioners and other experts in the ‘helping professions’ have contributed to Soul’s Code, including some of today’s leading spiritual teachers.
Examples: David Richo, an author of 14 books who headlines events at California’s world-renowned Spirit Rock Meditation Center and the Esalen Institute; Pamela Wilson, one of America’s new female mystics; Tony Samara, a leading spiritual teacher in Europe; and Michelle Ritterman, an author and psychotherapist who was a protege of Milton Erickson, the founder of modern medical hypnosis.
4. PLUG INTO OUR SOUL’S CODE WIRE
The Soul’s Code Wire is a newsletter, not spam. We don’t sell a single thing. It contains updates about the fields of psychology, alternative medicine and spirituality — and links to new personal discoveries and original premium content from both our community of experts and staff.
Bonus: When we cover pop culture and politics , we do it with a spiritual spin: Spiritual IQ Quiz.
5. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF . . .
What would Carl Jung have blogged, or Tweeted, if digital publishing had been around in 1900, when the co-founder of modern psychology was 25? Or, say, if Rumi, the mystical poet of the Sufis had done social media?Each month we feature a mystic, guru or visionary who created our current world in A Day in the Life of…
6. WRITE YOUR OWN LOVE SCROLL
What is the most loving thing someone has ever said to you?
Everyone can answer that question.
That question has informed our innate way of feeling good about ourselves and each other for centuries. We humans are wired to experience the sacred as a group.
Read what others are saying from around the world.
7. BE A STAR
Get published! Share your own expertise, practices — and insights in photos and videos.
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