Living A Healthy Lifestyle Through The Teachings Of Hildegard
Within the Healthy Hildegard Lifestyle section, you will find information and resources about Hildegard of Bingen and her journey through her midlife awakening. In addition, we add curated information on practices to seek out and maintain balance, manage stress and emotions, and to better engage and connect with the holistic wellness you desire, so that you can live each day as it unfolds with grace and vitality. Hildegard is known for practicing a healthy lifestyle spiritually and physically, and it is our goal to provide you with space and information to do the same.
Stay tuned for more information in regard to living a healthy lifestyle based off of the teachings and philosophies of our namesake Saint Hildegard von Bingen.
Hildegard of Bingen was a lover of all things related to gardening, from the process to the final product. Gardening captures nature’s creative force of Viriditas. Here are some gardening crafts that add another element to the process and some creative power to your garden. Gardening Crafts After you’ve transitioned to spelt coffee, you can turn…
Vernal Equinox, from the Latin aequinoctium, aequus (equal) and nox (night), was March 20th this year in 2016. It marks the beginning of astronomical spring, which is when the position of the Earth and Sun, results in (almost) equal daylight and darkness.
Perhaps by now you have incorporated your new year’s resolution into your daily life. Or maybe you are like most people and have already let the idea slide out of reach. That’s ok. We are here to help you bring your vision back into focus by setting healthy goals.
Our purpose is simple: we intend to guide you through ancient wisdom, long forgotten ways of living, and modern practical applications to enrich the quality of your daily life. Our mission is to become a deep resource for physical and spiritual wellness, offering a holistic approach to wellness, which is worthy of our namesake. Unified under...
Technology has given us a great gift of virtual connectivity but we must not let the virtual supplant the real. We desire to connect with intent and purpose to improve lives as they are lived in the physical spaces we share.
If you celebrate Easter, consider how the resurrection can inspire you to create growth in your life, to encourage the greening of viriditas in yourself and those around you.
The ideas of rebirth, creation, and spiritual fire associated with the winter solstice can be powerful inspiration for us as we look for ways to begin anew. The challenge can be to create a happy solstice day.
At Healthy Hildegard, we like to look at strength as a skill that may occupy many different vectors of life. It is something that we build through our actions, something to be practiced, not a singular metric to be achieved.