spiritual psychology

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Conventional Psychology addresses a person at three levels; physical, mental, and emotional. These three levels, the bedrock of convention therapy, are all based on impermanence. What you do in your life (physical), what you think and believe (mental), and what you feel (emotional). All three levels will continue throughout life as you grow, mature, learn, and evolve.
The Fourth Level is who you are at your core. At this level, you can experience unconditional love, harmony, peace, joy, and oneness with our universe, acceptance of others, and compassion for yourself. Not coincidentally, with a weakened connection to this level, life can feel empty, pointless, unsatisfying, and hopeless. Issues such as depression, discontent, anxiety, despair, self-loathing, and a host of other unsettling experiences, including our very will to live, arise. Often we find substances or addictive/destructive behaviors as temporary relies on others just live with the ever-present feeling of “there must be more A successful course of treatment must incorporate all four lives, to resolve underlying core issues for the last time and let you have your life back.
Imagine how different life would be if your foundation is love and support for yourself instead of disappointment, depression, anxiety, anger, embarrassment, hopelessness, and resentment of your past? Very different. It’s easy to say but to achieve change like this, you’ll need to invest in some learning and some unlearning.

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