The Coronation: An Essay by Charles Eisenstein

Listen to the audio edition here. For years, normality has been stretched nearly to its breaking point, a rope pulled tighter and tighter, waiting for a nip of the black swan’s beak to snap it in two. Now that the rope has snapped, do we tie its ends back together, or shall we undo its …continue

Cleaning the Wound

Reflections on my Transcending anthology contribution – Five years later  March 31st is International Transgender Day of Visibility, an annual holiday celebrated around the world. NAB is proud to join in celebrating the accomplishments, voices, and victories of the transgender and gender non-conforming community, while recognizing that there’s still much work to be done to …continue

Letter from the Publisher

A few years ago, NAB author and thinker Bayo Akomolafe told me, “The times are urgent, so let us slow down.” I sensed right away what he meant by this apparent contradiction: that it is during acute periods of tumult that we most need spaciousness, patience, and circumspection. After all, it can be tempting in …continue

New Release Excerpt: Healing Depression Without Medication

Another Way Adapted from Healing Depression Without Medication by Jodie Skillicorn, DO.  “To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease.” —A. T. STILL, DOCTOR OF OSTEOPATHY A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth. — DANIEL KAHNEMAN, THINKING, …continue

Yoga at Home: Keeping Your Practice Going

5 Tips to Keep Your Practice Going When You Can’t Go Out By Mark Stephens, author of the Mark Stephens Yoga Adjustments Deck. Even with all the will in the world, even the most disciplined among us often find that a home practice just isn’t the same as the experience in a led class that’s …continue

Practicing Pleasure: An Excerpt from Good Sex

Excerpted from Good Sex: Getting Off Without Checking Out by Jessica Graham. Mindfulness meditation has been practiced for thousands of years. The Buddha taught his followers how to meditate on the breath, physical sensations, emotions, and thoughts way before mindfulness became the wildly popular word it is today. It’s a tried and true practice that …continue