Author: Micha

Fall Detox | Female + Everyday Health

Parent + Child New seasons bring change, yet female reproductive challenges and fertility desires are year round. Fall is a time of reaping and sowing though, and our ecosystems – our bodies, in this case – need to be prepared for harvest and receptivity. Season changes are also an ideal time to introduce lifestyle changes and new mindsets; shifts are happening regardless, so why not lean hard into flow. As we said goodbye to the longer days of summer and welcomed the cozy nights of fall, there are a number of things we can continue to do to detox...

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New Pack Promise: Community Subscription Live

Culture + Community   POSITIVE CHANGE AFOOT The time we’ve dreamt of has come – a committed relationship with you, our Global Pack, beginning October 23, today HERE. We are moving to a paid subscription model (with a set number of articles remaining free to read each month) so that each and every one of the special souls – experts and pioneers in their fields – who contributes their gifts to this collective is compensated. So that you, our audience, know what to expect each month and most importantly what to look forward to. And for us, your founders, to be...

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Reiki for Fertility Readiness and Reproductive System Healing      

Mind + Body To book a Skype/remote or in-person coaching or Reiki healing session, visit here for easy next steps. It may be what feels like eons before Reiki is widely championed as the helpful and healing tool it can be to mind/body health, or this acceptance might be lurking around the corner, a welcome and necessary Western societal shift. One of the luminaries, so to speak, of modern-day Reiki, Raven Keyes, discusses Reiki in many contexts generally reserved for Western medicine in her book “The Healing Power of Reiki” (sports injuries, breast cancer surgeries, quantitate studies). A crucial application of...

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Hunter Lovins | A Green Business Icon on a Finer Future

Culture + Community I witnessed Hunter Lovins almost exactly a year ago at COMMON’s annual Unsummit, an organization I am proud to be a member of. She spoke to us directly after lunch and immediately awoke my dozing head and rustled my full belly. As she addressed us, I took in her long blond hair, kind eyes, distinguished and crisp cowboy hat, and unique Western attire. She is kind and passionate and simultaneously arresting, full of disquieting and devastating facts from her over 40 years of work in sustainable development. She dazzled me immediately. Hunter is currently the President of...

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Jonah Matranga: The Artist Alone, Rewinding

Culture + Community When I think of Jonah Matranga, I smile, a wide, un-self-conscious grin. That’s what he inspires. He is unique, meaning he seems to be ungoverned by ego, boundless in the joy he doles out to fans, and endlessly creative. A rarity. As a teenager in the 90s, his band Far was one of my favorites. Raw in its recordings, and visceral in its rock – big loves of mine during adolescence and now. Music to drive to, music to scream with, music to heal alongside. My male friends and I wore the shit out of it, yet...

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