What is PsychoSpiritual? The integration of psychological growth and spiritual attunement. Viewing the complications of life not as problems, but as gateways to greater understanding. Learning that crisis can become an opportunity for growth. PsychoSpiritual is an integrated approach taking into account body, mind, emotions and spirit. PsychoSpiritual Healing is an approach that works “outside the box” of set procedures. For more information, visit us online today!

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by Lily Candice

India is synonymous with spiritualism and spirituality and meditation is an integral part of it. In fact meditation in India is not only a part of spiritualism but also a way of staying well. Meditating regularly has therapeutic qualities and helps in maintaining a positive disposition. Not only in India, but people all over the world are increasingly adopting this practise for keeping a stable mind...






Editor's Note: If you are ready to feel moved and ready to celebrate life, definitely watch this TED talk from my dear friend, Alia Indrawan. She is simply amazing and pure love.



Editor´s Note from Tina Rayner: "All these things shall love do unto you that you may know the secrets of your heart and in that knowledge, become a fragment of Life's heart." This video features the poem, "Love" by Lebanese Prophet Khalil (sometimes spelled, "Kahlil") Gibran, from his stunning, 1923 book, "The Prophet." It also features the beautiful music of Nicos, from the album, "Secret Love."



by Karen Maezen Miller

In the early summer of 1997, my husband and I found ourselves in the backyard of an empty house on a quiet street in Sierra Madre, a suburb of Los Angeles. The backyard was Southern California’s oldest private Japanese garden, an oasis of ponds and pines that had stood mostly intact since 1916...


Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: Some years ago, I got attracted to do Zen meditation after reading a book. At the beginning, I meditated at home, later in a Zen Center. Zen meditation has changed my perception about life. I have found compassion, gratitude and simplicity, and I am deeply grateful for that experience. Karen Maezen Miller's article describes beautiful principles that will detangle the complexities of your life and make it easier.



by Mari L. McCarthy

of CreateWriteNow

Are you travelling this summer?  Whether it’s a weekend getaway to the mountains or a month by the shore or a dream excursion in the South Seas, journaling your adventure is a sure way to make its pleasures last...


Editor's Note from Blaze, aka Barbara Lazarony: Oh the places you may go this summer! Mari McCarthy shows you how to make your vacation last throughout the year by recording key moments in your journal.



by Tina Rayner

In 1950, Stephen Nachmanovitch, American educator/artist said, “Creative work is play. It is free speculation using materials of one's chosen form.” Now, at first glance, he might only have been talking about working as a traditional artist for example, but for me, this quote succinctly and powerfully sums up the three-step process to creating exactly what we want, in all aspects of life, not just in the work we do...

Editor´s Note from Tina Rayner: Have you ever stopped to question the, “Freedom 55” mentality? It's an absolute lie. "Freedom Now," is the truth, but to live this truth, we must choose to, "Think Creatively." Read on to find out what I mean.



by Michael Mirdad

When we say, “This is my truth,” what exactly are we referring to? If you have your truth and I have mine, then it means that there are two truths or, more accurately, six billion truths on planet Earth...


Editor´s Note: If we know better, we must do better. For those who struggle with making decisions about life, and thus doing better, Michael Mirdad has a clear answer: “When I think about this person, job, or my health, existing as it is for another 20 years of my life, how do I feel?” If you feel a sense of love, peace, and/or happiness, then you are probably succeeding in following the Guidance of the Truth from within.


by Diane Renz, LPC

It seems that all we hear about lately relative to health and healing is Mindfulness this and Mindfulness-based that. Along with this wave of ideas on Mindfulness come too many misperceptions. Let’s just make it simple and available, you don’t have to join a group, or be spiritual, or try to make yourself be better, it is simply about awareness, which you already have. What are you aware of right now? Maybe you notice you are tired, or irritated, that your stomach is growling, that you can’t stop thinking about how your friend who completely misunderstood what you were saying...



by Janelle McArthur

There are many wonderful writings and tools that focus on thinking positive and why that mindset is beneficial. But what happens when you have the desire to reprogram your mind but end up feeling frustrated and disheartened?...




Editor's note from Sherri Carter:  Thinking positive thoughts is only part of the equation to creating the life you desire. Belief and action are also very important to the manifesting process!




by Nick Schultz

Some people see the glass as half empty. Others see it as half full. But is it really as simple as that? Is it possible to be a bit of both? What are the advantages and disadvantages to both? Maybe there is more to both mind-sets...





by Lisa McCourt

Our culture wants to make “divorce” a four-letter-word, but it doesn’t have to be. My beloved ex and I divorced without ever suffering the stings of a hatred stage. Our kids live full-time in a home we alternately (and sometimes simultaneously) occupy, and we make a point to also spend ample time together with them as an ongoing family unit...


Editor's Note from Lisa McCourt: I value transparency. As a Joy Trainer, I help my clients understand that joy can never be fully experienced until you’re living free of masks, pretenses, and the oh-so-pervasive need to please.



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Interview with Lisa McCourt

Interviewed by Jodi Chapman

Unconditional love expert Lisa McCourt is a dynamic speaker, seminar leader and author whose 34 books have sold more than 5.5 million copies worldwide. Her new book, Juicy Joy – 7 Simple Steps to Your Glorious, Gutsy Self, teaches people to embrace "radical authenticity" to fully experience unbridled joy in life. Lisa lives in South Florida with her two children. For more information, visit


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