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 Gangaji
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There is a point that appears in a lifetime, regardless of chronological age, when healthy, true doubt appears. We doubt what we have been taught, and we doubt what others insist we must believe. This is the point at which true spiritual inquiry can begin...





Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: I was blessed to be a part of Rev. Will Bowen's congregation and was inspired each week by his spiritual, yet practical, insight. As he speaks about becoming complaint free, apply these ideas to your holiday season. What would it be like to not complain about traffic, shopping, long lines, family get togethers, etc? It is possible!




by Kristi Blicharski

I really love my life! It wasn't always that way. It took a lot of hard work, important lessons and many shifts in perception to get to this place. I've learned to step into myself and who I truly am, and I've learned to get out of my own way...




Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Author, Krisiti Blicharski, founder of Creating Your Bliss, says "the truth is that authentic happiness and inner-peace lies in the present moment, right now, within us, waiting and longing to be embraced." She then offers 3 easy to implement strategies for creating more happiness in your life.



Rick Hanson, PhD

Compassion is essentially the wish that beings not suffer – from subtle physical and emotional discomfort to agony and anguish – combined with feelings of sympathetic concern.

You could have compassion for an individual (a friend in the hospital, a co-worker passed over for a promotion), groups of people (victims of crime, those displaced by a hurricane, refugee children), animals (your pet, livestock heading for the slaughterhouse), and yourself...


Editor's Note from Diane Renz: The science of compassion research helps illuminate that the original "default" of our brain is to care and cooperate, born of our innate understanding that another person's happiness is relative to our own. However, without our intentional focus of attention to exercise this inherent capacity, we can fall victim to the speed and anxiety of a culture which points us toward aggression and competition.



by Katie Higgins

Katie’s blog- Chocolate-Covered Katie- isn’t just any dessert blog: it’s a healthy-dessert blog. Her blog is for anyone who wants to be healthy but refuses to give up eating delicious desserts in the name of health. Katie says, “Happiness and health go hand-in-hand, and how can you be happy if you’re not eating what you truly desire? My favorite food is chocolate...


Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: When I first saw this recipe, I just knew I had to try it and I'm so glad I did! As my husband said, it was OMiG- oh my it's good! What a delightful treat you can feel good about eating.




by Randy Gage

I believe there are seven spiritual laws you must live by to manifest true prosperity in your life. The discovery and implementation of these laws allowed me to turn my life around from abject poverty to abundant riches.


Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Author Randy Gage outlines what he believes are seven laws to live by to manifest true prosperity in your life.


by Sherri Carter, MS

We’ve all heard the saying “April showers bring May flowers”, especially during the endless days of springtime rain.  It helps us to feel better, knowing sunnier days are just around the corner.   What can we learn from this saying, to apply to our own lives during our “rainy” times?...


Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: "Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change." Dr. Wayne Dyer



by Rick Hanson, PhD

Moment to moment, the flows of thoughts and feelings, sensations and desires, and conscious and unconscious processes sculpt your nervous system like water gradually carving furrows and eventually gullies on a hillside. Your brain is continually changing its structure. The only question is: Is it for better or worse?...


Editor's Note from Diane Renz: I completely enjoy learning over and over again how to pay attention. All the interest in Present Moment and Mindfulness was given more credence with a study by, Matthew A. Killingsworth and Daniel T. Gilbert, which concluded that "A Wandering Mind Is an Unhappy Mind". It showed that 46% of the time, we are thinking about something other than what we are doing...



by Tina Rayner

Here’s a riddle I’ve created around chin hair: “What is something you can see, but can’t feel; can’t see, but can feel and see and feel, but can’t do anything about?” No matter how many times I’ve stood in front of my billion times magnified mirror, chin hair riddles me...


Editor´s Note from Tina Rayner: As crazy as it may be that I'm even admitting I have them, my chin hairs have taught me three spiritual lessons that can lead us all to being what the enlightened teacher Ramtha called, "joyfully free."



by Jodi Chapman

 Carol Woodliff

"In the introduction to the book, I describe feeling like I was missing something big, something important.  I had been searching for answers for a long time and wasn’t any closer to finding them.  I threw my hands in the air and asked the Universe “What do You Want Me to DO?” like a bratty child.  It was a not-so-elegant moment of surrender..."

Editor´s Note from Jodi Chapman: In this Soulful Interview, Carol Woodliff talks about her new book, From Scared to Sacred: Lessons in Learning to Dance with Life.




by Dave Lappin

The inspiration to write this article literally came to me in the middle of the night. While I usually prefer to sleep through the night, I had this inner calling that I couldn’t resist. Actually, what happened is, that I got up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. While I was up, though, I remembered a dream I just had...

Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: What insights are your dreams offering you? Dave shares one particular journey in his life, all inspired.



by Leah Griffith

A monster is a being that grotesquely deviates from normal behavior, invading innocent lives with terror and leaving a trail of destruction in its path. As a small child I was taught to fear them through nursery rhymes and scary stories. But monsters are very real and at the age of nine I found myself battling a domestic monster that blended well with society’s decorum...


Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: In this beautiful article, Leah reminds us that our light can never be completely dimmed. No matter what we have gone through or how much pain we have suffered, we always have a powerful light inside of us that is leading the way.



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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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