Posts tagged "new age"

Your Starter Guide To Healing Crystals

Buy a rock and fix your life (maybe?).

By: Leah Prinzivalli / February 23, 2015

Now You Too Can Own A $365 “Healing Pyramid”

Thanks to the good people at Amazon, a nifty 6-foot meditation pyramid can be yours for a sweet price (plus a shipping fee)! Hurry though, there are only five left in stock! Apparently normal meditation on a lame old pillow or whatever is totally inferior to chilling under this copper situation. According to the product…

By: Claire Hannum / January 14, 2015

Gift Guide: For The New Age Spiritualist

Need a gift for that person in your life that’s always checking their vibes, commenting on the color of your aura and signing their emails “Namaste”? Here are some vibrantly energetic treasures for the new age-y spiritualist…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 18, 2014

Free People Is Selling $68 Sticks In Its “Spirituality Shop”

Goddess bless Robyn Pennacchia at Death and Taxes for allowing us to tune into her heart song as she transcended into the cosmic abyss of Free People’s “Spirituality Shop.” Free People, for those not in the know, is a clothing and accessories brand. Their stores look like your worst Coachella nightmare. Desperately seeking a pair of…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 16, 2014

Andrew Keegan From “10 Things I Hate About You” Started His Own New Age Religion

Remember Andrew Keegan from “10 Things I Hate About You”? So cute, right? Well, now he’s cute and the leader of his own spiritual religious movement called Full Circle. According to a story in Vice, Keegan operates Full Circle out of a building in Venice Beach, CA, drawing in followers who want to get involved…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / August 16, 2014

11 Strange But Totally Expected Things You’ll Hear When You Visit A Vortex

This weekend, I visited the vortexes (actual plural is vortices, but I didn’t want to confuse you) in Sedona, Arizona. More on the actual trip to come, but for now, let’s focus on these spiritual energy centers. What exactly is a vortex? Good question. And confusing to try to answer. According to our grey-haired, crystal…

By: Ami Angelowicz / December 26, 2013

9 Random Rituals You Can Use Year-Round

Ami subscribes to a religion of her own creation called Spiritual Eclecticism. You are all welcome to join, by the way. Winona is a recent convert. It’s a non-denominational and free-form cult of one. The only requirement is that you regularly engage in rituals of your choosing for guidance and comfort. They can be adapted…

By: Ami Angelowicz & Winona Dimeo-Ediger / October 2, 2013

19 Signs You’re In A New Age Bookstore

We recently discovered that one of the many things we have in common is a deep love of new age bookstores. Ami actually used to work in one in LA, while Winona has spent countless hours wandering the aisles of Portland’s many alternative book shops, sniffing incense and wondering if she could ever make a…

By: Ami Angelowicz & Winona Dimeo-Ediger / September 11, 2013

“Health Guru” Rainbeau Mars Demands That Her Guests Do 3-Week Cleanse Before Her Wedding

Meet Rainbeau Mars. Yes, Rainbeau. Rainbeau, who is a “health guru” to the stars, is getting married to Hollywood business manager Michael Karlin in Kauai, Hawaii, and it sounds like her guests are in for quite a treat — over the course of the three-day affair, they’ll be able to take yoga classes, and ride horses,…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 11, 2013

Alanis Morissette Writes Some Hippie-Dippy, New Age Stuff About The “Divine Feminine”

I love hippies … I just don’t always understand what they’re talking about. Case in point: an uber-New Age-y piece Alanis Morissette penned today on The Daily Beast about the “divine feminine.” Well, it’s sort of about how everyone needs to reconcile the “divine feminine” and the “divine masculine” within themselves and that will bring…

By: Jessica Wakeman / November 1, 2012

How Zen Is Too Zen?

Settling into my new neighborhood in Brooklyn after moving from busy Manhattan last week has been about as easy for me as letting someone massage my feet, or accepting a free upgrade on my flight, or taking those free samples they always have at Trader Joe’s. For one thing, my new ‘hood is full of…

By: Wendy Atterberry / June 25, 2010