Category: Spirituality & Religion

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

The Tao of Craft: What is a Fu Talisman?

In her book The Tao of Craft, metaphysics powerhouse Benebell Wen (Holistic Tarot, 2016) provides an in-depth look at the history, methods, and applications of Fu talismans, making this ancient esoteric practice available for the first time in English. Whether you’re looking for health, wealth, happiness, or personal empowerment, Wen will lead you through step …continue

The Blinding Effect of Trauma: An Excerpt from Sacred Instructions

The Blinding Effect of Trauma From Sacred Instructions by Sherri Mitchell. When we don’t heal our pain, it comes out sideways and derails our lives and damages our relationships. Unhealed pain destroys our ability to achieve true intimacy by keeping us hidden from one another. The imprint of those old patterns is like a giant …continue

Letter from the Publisher: Changed in a Flash

  One of the challenges of publishing books that question conventional wisdom is that conventional methods for determining their validity are not wholly sufficient. After all, conventional wisdom would never evolve if brave voices (and brave publishers) didn’t take chances on positions that at first blush seemed unlikely, unusual, or even unfathomable. As Einstein famously …continue

“Give Up the Ego!”

If you’ve been on social media, you may recognize that EGO is everywhere. Removing your prior knowledge and opinions in order to understand someone else’s is nearly impossible, but this practice is especially necessary in a time of exclusion. “Give Up the Ego!” excerpted from Paul Brunton’s The Hidden Teaching Beyond Yoga discusses the importance …continue