Each “hub” has been carefully curated to include an introduction to main ideas and concepts, a listing of Inaura Guides who specialize in that particular area, additional educational resources for going deeper, and upcoming Inaura offerings & events related to the topic.
Essentially, this is your “start here” point to begin exploring any of these important topics. Enjoy!
What is Attachment Theory? Attachment Theory was first defined and researched by John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth. There are books written about this in much more depth than we will
Have you ever felt the unspeakable radiance while witnessing somebody speak from their heart? Or felt that magnetic pull to a stranger that’s practically unexplainable? HeartMath’s mission is to connect
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“Trauma is not what happens to you. Trauma is what happens inside of you, as a result of what happened to you.” —Dr. Gabor Maté On the outside, Tara seemed
Qi gong (pronounced “chee gung”) is a self-healing practice that combines breath, movement, and intention. It originated in China thousands of years ago. The practice of qi gong, or “energy
Kris yawned––again. His days were packed. And yet, he felt listless, going through the motions, as if moving through sludge. He remembered a movie he had seen when he was
Deep Dive into Meditation Introduction Meditation practice has been around for thousands of years, and in recent decades has become an increasingly popular research topic among western scientists. Because meditation
“There is one way of breathing that is shameful and constricted. Then, there’s another way: a breath of love that takes you all the way to infinity.” ~Rumi Our breath
I had heard other women say that they felt restless after having given birth. I assumed they meant “wired” or “bored.” Then, the day came after my son was born