Today’s guest is spiritual healer and author, Jasmina Agrillo Scherr. Jasmina, a grandchild of Italian immigrants, elected to follow her wandering soul to India to become a disciple of a leading spiritual guru. Her new book Mirror of My Soul, Sanctum of My Heart, is a spiritual memoir and inspiring treatise on how heart-resonance, intuition and resilience can get you past the tough times and into the thrive times!

Jasmina's Book: Mirror of My Soul Sanctum of My HeartFilled with mystical experiences that kept guiding her forward, she relays the astonishing visions, dreams and guidance that opened for her–even long before this grandchild of Italian immigrants elected to follow her wandering soul to India to become a disciple of a leading spiritual guru. In this modern day, real life Odyssey, you travel with her from the ancestral sorts of Sicily, to New England, India, South America and Southern California’s paradise of sunshine. And through her book, her healing is now our healing, as she provides the wisdom and inspiration to be in one’s heart, looking for inner truth.

Jasmina Agrillo Scherr has walked the path and then held her hand out to others. Spiritual pilgrim, yogi mystic, meditation coach, brain recovery counselor, and spiritual healer, she has spent more than 25 years inspiring people the world over, teaching them how to access and use the power of their heart to impact consciousness, health, performance, creativity and relationships. Today, she offers coaching programs on Resilience Training and Heart-Based Divorce Recovery—helping people over the hurdles that she once had to leap. She also offers a coaching program called Our Miracle Heart that transforms people’s life through increasing their conscious connection to their hearts. Her popular 15 or 30 minute mini sessions empower folks who want quick stress relief, healing and intuitive guidance on the go. 

Jasmina can be found at Catch her in Los Angeles at the upcoming Alchemy Event: Survival of Humanity, March 26-29, 2015 at

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