Reclaiming and Reconnecting With Our Self

Listen to “Reclaiming and Reconnecting With Our Self with Lee McCormick and Sharon Sayler” on Spreaker.

Lee McCormick, a co-author of the Heart Reconnection Guidebook, shares the collective wisdom he and a group of conscious-connected friends created for heart-based healing. Lee also shares why he has chosen to live out loud and ways we can too, plus…

• How to move beyond the limitations of our beliefs
• How to get out of automatic and get clear on our spiritual consciousness
• Ways to increase our awareness, authenticity, and joy
• How to reconnect and reclaim the tangled parts of our self
And much more….

Our guest, Lee McCormick, is the founder of The Integrative Life Center in Nashville, The Ranch Recovery Center in Tennessee, and The Canyon Treatment Center in Malibu, California and has been a creative force in the Mental Health and Recovery scene for over 20 years. He also founded Spirit Recovery Inc. to produce Healing and Recovery conferences and Spiritual Journeys around the world. Lee is also a co-founder of Front Porch Partners a Consulting, Management, and Research Development Company working in the medical and behavioral Health disciplines.

To find out more about Lee and the Heart Reconnection Guidebook: visit and listen to the show first on Friday, March 15th at 7 PM ET and later in podcast and video at


As in all the other episodes of The Autoimmune Show, this episode with Lee McCormick will inspire you to optimize your health regardless of your diagnosis and live the best life you can live.
The show opens with Lee telling us about The Heart Reconnection Guidebook, a book he co-authored with other amazing people and what inspired him to write the book.
They explore the reasons why people are not living “happy, joyous, and free” lives to which Lee stresses that we are always responsible for our choices in life and that we should cultivate a deep abiding relationship with the wisdom of our body.

0:06:17.7 Sharon asks for some tips on helping people tap into this greater wisdom; and Lee points, again, to the Heart Connection that addresses a lot of this wisdom of the body issue.

0:12:23.7 After pointing out the importance of having faith in who we are and having faith in our ability to make choices on our own behalf, Sharon asks for some tips for someone with a chronic condition who loses perspective on trusting themselves, ways to regain that self-trust. Then, they move on to ways of shifting the nature of relating to ourselves and shifting the legacy that we inherited which, in turn, will shift the legacy of the entire family line.

0:33:07.0 As Sharon has always stressed in this show, Lee also talks about the importance of journaling.
Towards the end of the show, Lee shares some information about his co-authors and where the book is available.

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About Your Host, Sharon Sayler

Your host, Sharon Sayler is a certified executive and wellness coach, communications trainer, public speaker, best selling author, and the founder of Competitive Edge Communications who specializes in teaching professionals critical nonverbal and body language skills including how to have those critical “tough” conversations. She teaches how to up-your-impact on the stage, in the boardroom, with clients, customers, team members and even how to deal with difficult people.

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