Like our namesake, Hildegard of Bingen we are big proponents of living a balanced life. We also know that the hurried, modern life can easily lead to habits that take-on the appearance of balance but leave us wanting for rest, sleep, proper nutrition, and even just a sense of general contentment.  Hildegard reminds us that

Like our namesake, Hildegard of Bingen we are big proponents of living a balanced life. We also know that the hurried, modern life can easily lead to habits that take-on the appearance of balance but leave us wanting for rest, sleep, proper nutrition, and even just a sense of general contentment. Hildegard reminds us that

Hildegard of Bingen believed that moderate activity was essential to good physical, mental, and spiritual health. She advocated for walking after meals, and regular activity for physical and digestive health. For strength of spirit, Hildegard considered regular dynamic meditation in nature a powerful source of health and vitality.  She saw nature as a manifestation of the

Hildegard of Bingen believed that moderate activity was essential to good physical, mental, and spiritual health. She advocated for walking after meals, and regular activity for physical and digestive health. For strength of spirit, Hildegard considered regular dynamic meditation in nature a powerful source of health and vitality. She saw nature as a manifestation of the

With spring officially upon us, it is a fitting time to practice new ways to grow. Hildegard von Bingen believed the turning of the spring season to be a particularly good time for a fast or cleanse. Like most self-directed regimens, the benefits of periodic fasting and cleansing are greatly enhanced

With spring officially upon us, it is a fitting time to practice new ways to grow. Hildegard von Bingen believed the turning of the spring season to be a particularly good time for a fast or cleanse. Like most self-directed regimens, the benefits of periodic fasting and cleansing are greatly enhanced

Chasing-down the ideas and prescriptions of a 900 year-old German nun and transforming them into relatable and actionable content is no easy task. So the discovery of Dr. Victoria Sweet was serendipitous on many levels.  “Hildegard lets us tap into what we know is true; good and evil, virtue and vices.”

Chasing-down the ideas and prescriptions of a 900 year-old German nun and transforming them into relatable and actionable content is no easy task. So the discovery of Dr. Victoria Sweet was serendipitous on many levels. “Hildegard lets us tap into what we know is true; good and evil, virtue and vices.”

Chasing-down the ideas and prescriptions of a 900 year-old German nun and transforming them into relatable and actionable content is no easy task. So the discovery of Dr. Victoria Sweet was serendipitous on many levels.  “Hildegard lets us tap into what we know is true; good and evil, virtue and vices.”

Chasing-down the ideas and prescriptions of a 900 year-old German nun and transforming them into relatable and actionable content is no easy task. So the discovery of Dr. Victoria Sweet was serendipitous on many levels. “Hildegard lets us tap into what we know is true; good and evil, virtue and vices.”

For centuries before the advent of modern medicine, healing practices have not been confined to curing existing diseases and ailments. Practitioners such as Hildegard of Bingen have focused on prophylaxis and preventive measures to address ailments before they arise. Diet and nutrition for the healthy and sick alike plays a central role in

For centuries before the advent of modern medicine, healing practices have not been confined to curing existing diseases and ailments. Practitioners such as Hildegard of Bingen have focused on prophylaxis and preventive measures to address ailments before they arise. Diet and nutrition for the healthy and sick alike plays a central role in

Last Thursday, I was delighted to spend the evening in Salt Lake City’s Plan B Theatre to watch Tim Slover’s critically acclaimed play based on Hildegard of Bingen’s Virtue.  Simply stated, I loved it!  The acting was tremendous, the writing sublime, and the set held everything together with elegance. Appetite for Virtue The play kicks-off during

Last Thursday, I was delighted to spend the evening in Salt Lake City’s Plan B Theatre to watch Tim Slover’s critically acclaimed play based on Hildegard of Bingen’s Virtue. Simply stated, I loved it! The acting was tremendous, the writing sublime, and the set held everything together with elegance. Appetite for Virtue The play kicks-off during

A 12th century depiction of Hildegard of Bingen

A 12th century depiction of Hildegard of Bingen

Annihilation and Authorship: Three Women Mystics of the 1290s  :http://www.medievalists.net/2016/07/30/annihilation-and-authorship-three-women-mystics-of-the-1290s/

Annihilation and Authorship: Three Women Mystics of the 1290s :http://www.medievalists.net/2016/07/30/annihilation-and-authorship-three-women-mystics-of-the-1290s/

Hildegard von Bigen - Scivias - ca 1220

Hildegard von Bigen - Scivias - ca 1220

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