4 Common Spiritual Myths & 1 Spiritual Truth

With years in the spiritual and self-help world, I have spent much of my time as a student, watching, witnessing, and taking it all in. Perhaps this is due to the deep desire in me to always want to learn more and understand more. Treading the spiritual waters at times...

Five Steps Towards Peaceful Living

  Our mission at Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life is to promote peaceful living. In theory, this sounds like a really nice idea, but in reality what does this really mean? We live in a world that is not always conducive to peaceful living. Violence, anger, resentment, and guilt are often...

What Defines You?

As we continue the beginning of our journey through 2013, we often re-examine and re-define ourselves. We tend to ask the question, “Who am I?” Sometimes we get down trodden in the fact that we think we are bad people, or that we aren’t where we want to be–yet. We...

Attitude of Gratitude

  “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.” ~Melody Beattie Every year at...

Tips to Change Your Outlook on the World

“Faith means living with uncertainty–feeling your way through life, letting your heart guide you like a lantern in the dark.” ~Dan Millman  How often do we hold ourselves back from not doing something new strictly because we are uncertain about how it will end up? Or, how many of us...

Think Pink. Livestrong. Stand Up to Cancer.

  “Cancer is so limited…It cannot cripple love. It cannot shatter hope. It cannot corrode faith. It cannot eat away peace. It cannot destroy confidence. It cannot kill friendship. It cannot shut out memories. It cannot silence courage. It cannot reduce eternal life. It cannot quench the Spirit.” ~Unknown  ...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles