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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(Asst. Editor Eileen Gonzalez) Dr. Doris helps you discover the exquisite gifts wrapped in the thorniest, most painful experiences of your life. You immediately become more joyful, conf...
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by Tina Rayner,
ATH Asst. Editor of PsychoSpiritual

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.




Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: In this video, Robert Moss - the pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dreamwork - tells us that our dreams are a great way to connect with our loved ones who have crossed over. In his new book, Dreaming the Soul Back Home: Shamanic Dreaming for Healing and Becoming Whole, Moss shows us how to become shamans of our own souls and healers of our own lives.



by Lesley King

It’s four in the morning. The world is dark as I don eye goggles and a mask in order to plunge into the unknown. No, I am not spelunking into a lava cave, nor am I diving deep into a tropical ocean, though this takes as much courage. Instead, I am plunging my kitchen sink...


Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: In her beautiful style of writing, Lesley shows us how spirituality and life lessons can be found in every moment - even while plunging the kitchen sink.



by Nicholas Pepe,
ATH Co-Editor of Energy Medicine

Bringing love into your life is not as hard as it seems, but you must start with you, in order for it to change. If you have issues about money, jealousy, or negative perception of the opposite or same sex (this is a short list), you may be driving a wedge between you and your potential love...


Editor's Note from Nicholas Pepe, Co-Editor on Energy Medicine:‬ Love is something that we all want. Here are several tools that can help attract love into your life via introspection, positive words and gratitude to manifest... 'The Soul You've Been Waiting for.' 



by Dr. Joe Rubino

As human beings, we operate daily reflecting a wide range of emotions with a multitude of motivations fueling our behaviors. All too often, we react emotionally to what others say or do. If our reactions are preceded by the emotions of fear, anger, or sadness, we forfeit our ability to act with personal power and effectiveness in lieu of a knee-jerk response...


Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Dr. Joe Rubino is a leading expert in developing self esteem. His latest book is "31 Ways to Champion Children to Develop High Self-Esteem" is available now at




Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: What do you spend your time thinking about? In this powerful video, Mike Dooley (featured in The Secret) talks about how our thoughts become things. Let's think about positive things, so we can create a positive life.


by Isha Judd

In our society, people view comfort as king. Anything that makes life easier and requires less effort is prized. We have learned to refrain from speaking our truth for fear of conflict and to avoid confronting our fears whenever possible. We have come to value routine over the unknown, and security over spontaneity...


Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: When we make the decision to move out of our comfort zone, we open ourselves up to so many possibilities. This article is an excerpt from Isha Judd's wonderful new book, Love Has Wings: Free Yourself from Limiting Beliefs and Fall in Love with Life.




Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Greg Braden is a scientist and author who is helping bridge the gap between the physical and non-physical.... science meets spirituality.



by Sheevaun Moran

Do you feel a small or large punch in your gut when you’ve seen someone who is doing what you want to do or someone you know who has gotten an opportunity that you want? Have you posted something in a group that you’re affiliated with and taken the initiative only to have them try to one up you?...

Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Sheevaun shares a simple and effective way to cut energetic cords and to reclaim your power.



by Gretchen Rubin

I remember reading somewhere that writer Anne Lamott thinks about herself in the third person, to take better care of herself: “I’m sorry, Anne Lamott can’t accept that invitation to speak; she’s finishing a book so needs to keep her schedule clear...”


Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Author Gretchen Rubin offers a different way of gaining valuable insight into what nourishment you need for self-care.




Editor's Note From Sherri Carter: See the beauty of nature in the amazing TEDTalks video.



by Candace L. Talmadge

Animals show us all the time how to love. They constantly offer up true love—the unconditional kind so simple that we so-called intelligent beings simply don’t trust it, convinced that love surely must be complex, unfathomable, and scarce...





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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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