Infographics for Mind+Body Harmony

It's easy to think of our microbiome as something new or separate from us. But every one of us is a constant collaboration between our own physical body and the trillions other beings that make up our microbiome. Chakras, Holistic Healing, Yoga, Energy Healing Spirituality, Energy Healing, Spiritual Psychology, Spiritual Healing, Mind Body Spirit, Holistic Health
Our Second Self: Microbiome 101
It's easy to think of our microbiome as something new or separate from us. But every one of us is a constant collaboration between our own physical body and the trillions other beings that make up our microbiome.
Best Practices for Cultivating Routines that Stick Inspiration, Mindfulness, Wisdom, Motivation, Mental Health, Meditation, Spiritual Practices, Self Development
From Habit to Ritual
Best Practices for Cultivating Routines that Stick
Moodbeli | Pleasure from Flora & Fungi
Moodbeli | Pleasure from Flora & Fungi
Caring for our second selves, or the 39 trillion microbial cells that make up our microbiome, is as important as caring for ourselves. Here's how to support these tiny organisms that play an integral role in our health, well-being, and longevity. Health And Wellbeing
Second Self-Care: Supporting the Microbiome for Health and Longevity
Caring for our second selves, or the 39 trillion microbial cells that make up our microbiome, is as important as caring for ourselves. Here's how to support these tiny organisms that play an integral role in our health, well-being, and longevity.
Our parasympathetic nervous system oversees the body's resting functions like digestion, immunity, and mood. It's mainly composed of the vagus nerve, the longest cranial nerve, running from the brainstem, branching through the body, and rooted to our gut and major...
Our Gut-Brain Axis: Intro to the Vagus Nerve
Our parasympathetic nervous system oversees the body's resting functions like digestion, immunity, and mood. It's mainly composed of the vagus nerve, the longest cranial nerve, running from the brainstem, branching through the body, and rooted to our gut and major...
Social science has shown for decades that partnering up leads to better health outcomes. New studies are investigating the link between close social relationships and a flourishing microbiome to find out if gut microbiome diversity is the mechanism that links relationships to health. Namaste, Herbs For Health, Mental And Emotional Health, Counseling, Gut Brain, Emotional Health, Health And Wellness
Our Germs on Love: Cultivating Close Relationships for Gut-Brain Harmony
Social science has shown for decades that partnering up leads to better health outcomes. New studies are investigating the link between close social relationships and a flourishing microbiome to find out if gut microbiome diversity is the mechanism that links relationships to health.