PSYCHOSPIRITUAL

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. Editors Eileen Gonzalez and Natalie Jovanic) Dr. Doris helps you discover the exquisite gifts wrapped in the thorniest, most painful experiences of your life. You immediately bec...
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Doris Helge, PhD, MCC
We are currently seeking a Co-Editor and/or Assistant Editor for this section. For more information please contact Sherri Carter at sherricarter@allthingshealing.com

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Editor´s Note from Tina Rayner: Andy Andrews, 4-time New York Times best-selling author, partnered with SimpleTruths.com to produce his newest book, "The Butterfly Effect." "The Butterfly Effect," in scientific communities, states that it is possible for a butterfly flapping its wings to cause a chain reaction that culminates in a hurricane across the world.

 

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by Anna Lee

T’was the night before Christmas we were destined to bump into her at the grocery store and a Christmas miracle would there, unfold  ~ An angel came to visit ...

 

Editor's Note from Eileen Gonzalez: Anna Lee has experienced many challenges in her personal life and it has been her determination, her will to move towards her purpose in life that has kept her going.  Her unique style and experiences is what makes her reach out to many who struggle to find their inner strength.

 

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by Ronald R. Parks, MD

A more severe mood disturbance, which is a subtype of major depression, is "seasonal affective disorder" (SAD). Not recognizing SAD can lead to severe debilitating symptoms. Common signs are greater sensitivity to the lack of sunlight in late autumn or winter and its recurrence every year for at least two years and its resolution in spring...


Editor's Note from Carmen Schott: I feel this is an important issue to think about, especially during the colder months...

 

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by Doris Helge, PhD, MCC
Co-Editor of PsychoSpiritual

Which of these sound familiar?

 * No matter how much Maria does for her child, she never feels like she does enough, “No matter how hard I try, I’ll never be the parent I want to be.”...

 

Editor´s Note from Doris Helge: Your inner critic will zap your confidence, skills and patience until you learn how to use it in productive ways. If you sometimes criticize your parenting skills or compare yourself or your children unfavorably to other parents, it’s time to explore inner critic solutions

 

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by Lola Jones
There are patterns, clues, that repeat in all of creation, that offer us insights into the Larger reality that we often don't notice. The game is designed that way, with plenty of clues right there, for those who see. Let's go on a little journey into our Large Selves, and look at the big picture our Large Selves see...

 

 

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by Dr. Bradley Nelson

What's the number one thing you can you do to reduce stress in your own life? Find peace through forgiveness...

 

Editor's Note: Is there someone that you need to forgive today?  Let's get you started now...

 

 

 

 

 

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Editor's Note from Diane Renz: I would like to introduce you to one of my many teachers, Sobonfu Some, "the Keeper of the Rituals", who teaches us how to create community which truly receive us and rituals that mark us with an understanding clarity so we know from where we have come and what direction we are heading. Her specialty is working with grieving circles.

 

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by Lisa McCourt

‘Tis the season to be jolly, right? So if you’re not, what the heck is wrong with you? The biggest contributor to the holiday blues is the inescapable expectation that we’re supposed to be extra joy-filled this time of year. Every bleepin’ movie, commercial, and song is reminding us to feel ecstatically happy, loving, giving, and generous toward everyone we encounter...

 

 

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by Lisa McCourt

I adore and look forward to the holidays, but every year I seem to conveniently forget how freaking crazy-making this season can get. I’m a party girl at heart, so I can’t say no to any holiday gathering. My positively unconquerable To-Do list mocks me. And I’m definitely forgetting to take my own advice about being fully present for each and every one of these yummy holiday-time moments. Why is that so especially hard to do this time of year?...

 

 

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by Hayley Rose Horzepa

Many of us consider ourselves to be our own worst critics, and I used to think so, too. I was always so hard on myself to the point of perfectionism. Then one day I began to see things differently. I started to realize that other people's opinions of me and what they thought I should be doing were so embedded into my mind that their expectations became stronger than my own wants and needs. I inevitably realized that the self-criticism that tortured my mind for years was not in response to my voice...

 

Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: Do you have a strong inner critique? I always thought that it was just one voice - my voice - until I noticed that it was less my voice but the voices of other people who labeled me in one way or the other - there was the highly critical voice of my sister or the silent reproach of my ex-boyfriend. Through this awareness, I was able to distinguish them from my own voice until I finally released them. This article can help you to do the same. Read it and start your journey to dismantle your inner critiques. You deserve it.

 

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Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: In our western society, men have often learned that they shouldn't cry or never show a weakness. With all these conditionings, compassion does not seem to be a good option. Is this really true? Thich Nhat Hanh presents another perspective in this video: compassion does not make you weak - compassion is very powerful. Check this video and learn more about the power of compassion for your life and even in your business.

 

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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 www.LisaMcCourt.com...

 

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