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Heather Markel, PCC
How To Travel Without Feeling Like a Tourist
Heather Markel, PCC  
How To Travel Without Feeling Like a Tourist (It’s out for debate whether [more...]
 
Carl McColman
The Easy Way to Pray the Liturgy of the Hours
Carl McColman  
I believe that anyone who is serious about embracing the Christian contemplative path needs some form of sustainable daily prayer. For most of Christian history, this has meant using a breviary — a prayer book which contains prayer “servi [more...]
 
Sandeep Gautam, PCC
The Four Educative Drives
Sandeep Gautam, PCC  
I have recently come across the blog and work of Peter Gray, and am finding it very useful to see things from his perspective – which at times is very much aligned with my own. In one of his posts he talks about self-directed education and the [more...]
 
Lynne McTaggart
Survival of the fictitious
Lynne McTaggart  
A mosaic of influences — religious, political, economic, scientific, and philosophical — writes the story that we live by, but the main author is science. Science tells us who we are and from there we determine how we're supposed to live. [more...]
 
Catherine Auman, LMFT
What Does Scientology Actually Teach?
Catherine Auman, LMFT  
It's clear from recent books, films, exposes, and testimonies from former members that the Church of Scientology since David Miscavige took over is abusive and nuts. (Uh oh, am I being monitored?) But what if the writings of L Ron Hubbard contained s [more...]
 
Wholebeing Institute
WholeRunner: Your Inside Track to Happiness
Wholebeing Institute  
by Louis Cinquino Run with me. That's my offer as I share, for the first time anywhere, a project I've been working on for the past few years. It's what I believe to be the first significant approach to developing the positive psychology of running, [more...]
 
Toni-Anne Campbell, PCC
Embrace the weakness, claim your power!
Toni-Anne Campbell, PCC  
There is something within the human experience that makes us balk at the idea that we might have weakness within us, that there may be some things over which we have no power, and much of the human experience is lived in protection and defense of eve [more...]
 
Patty Kogutek, PhD
Find Your Beach
Patty Kogutek, PhD  
It's easy on an island vacation to "find your beach" as the Corona beer commercial urges us. The ability of disengage in our daily life is the real challenge. What a waste of time and energy we expend! Most of our stamina during the day is spent on t [more...]
 
Robyn Hubbard, DMin.
Coming Out
Robyn Hubbard, DMin.  
My brave daughter, Brae, just recently came out publicly that she is gay. While it was not a surprise to me, it was a very powerful and pivotal moment in her life, as well as in mine. Even though nothing outwardly has changed, the energy in the house [more...]
 
Rosie Kuhn, PhD
Interview with Eric Maisel
Rosie Kuhn, PhD  
I was interviewed by Eric Maisel in 2016 for his Future of Mental Health Series on Psychology Today. This is my take on what Transformational Coaching is and how it differs from psychotherapy. Rosie Kuhn takes the interesting position that coach [more...]
 
Cynthia Thaik, MD
Medicare and Mental Health Coverage: A Guide for Seniors with Depression
Cynthia Thaik, MD  
Photo by Abhilash Mishra from Pexels Though depression is a common mental health problem among seniors, it is not a normal part of aging. The majority of older adults enjoy happiness and a high degree of life satisfaction in their golden years. If yo [more...]
 
Chris Cole, PCC
Internalizing Insanity: Presenting Psychosis as Trauma, Diversity, and Insight
Chris Cole, PCC  
There is no greater dichotomy right now than our current political climate. We are either white or people of color, male or female, blue or red. In times of psychological regression, we discover an inability to hold the nonduality of our humanity in [more...]
 
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC
I Hope You Express Your Amazing ADHD Self!
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC  
Over time, people with ADHD have learned to suppress some of the most fun aspects of their individuality. Most of us start as children without any inhibition of expressing our uniqueness. We dress up in flamboyant costumes and parade around the neig [more...]
 
Magdalen Bowyer, RPC, MPCC
You are the Story of your Life
Magdalen Bowyer, RPC, MPCC  
Your existence is a prayer in the life of humanity. Everything you will ever need has already been given to you. It is your mission to unwind yourself through whatever experience you've been gifted and realize the truth of your being. To do so you mu [more...]
 
Nikki Noce, MD
A simple act of love
Nikki Noce, MD  
This past Friday I spoke at an event in downtown Los Angeles. Over 125 people attended. The beauty of this event for me was in the diversity of the people who attended. I was asked to speak about happiness. And what I shared was that happiness means [more...]
 
Shannon South, LPC, ThD
Why do we wait for authentic soul-filled connection?
Shannon South, LPC, ThD  
I was recently invited to lead a day-long introduction on Spiritual Psychology at a local hospital. At the end of the day, one of the counselors came up to me asking some questions and I could tell she wanted to share her experience. She said that wh [more...]
 
Kristy Sweetwater, MA
Dreaming the New Year.
Kristy Sweetwater, MA  
Awhile back I had the most incredible dream. In it, I was walking my dog through an urban setting. I came across a lost, dirty puppy. She was whining, and hiding behind a dumpster. I called her to me, but she was too afraid. I couldn’t chase he [more...]
 
Celestine Chua
What Nutella Really Looks Like
Celestine Chua  
Last week while conducting the third module of The Emotional Eating Course, I was sharing with the participants on the nature of food products today and how they are glorified through creative marketing. (I would know as I used to be a marketing majo [more...]
 
Karen Erlichman, DMin, LCSW
Open Your Mind
Karen Erlichman, DMin, LCSW  
I recently read a fascinating article in the Harvard Business Review whose title awakened my curiosity: ” A New Way to Become More Open-Minded.” The author made reference to an… Read More [more...]
 
Joseph Wilner, MA LCP
Dream Chaser Lesson Three: Focus on Goals Not the Gap
Joseph Wilner, MA LCP  
"Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world." - Joel A. Barker The post Dream Chaser Lesson Three: Focus on Goals Not the Gap appeared first on You Have A Calling. [more...]

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