Living In Meaningful Coincidence: Reflections Of A Physicist with F. David Peat, Ph.D.

Free Listening Through April 4, 2017: Keep listening while you browse! Click on the Pop out player button, above on the right. Physicist F. David Peat is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers of our time. In this reflective look at the synchronicities of his life, Peat reminisces about his friendship with colleagues like fellow physicist David Bohm, brain researcher Roger Penrose, sculptor Anish Kapoor and high school physics teacher Dicky Blink. Peat’s life is a kaleidoscope of meaningful coincidences in which people and ideas come to him as if by magic. He points out there is something
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Understanding Everything with Ervin Laszlo, Ph.D.

Free Listening Through March 28, 2017: Keep listening while you browse! Click on the Pop out player button, above on the right. What is the cosmos made of at its most fundamental level? Where does consciousness exist in the physical world? How does it fit into our understanding of evolution? What can you and I do to ensure the evolution of our species continues beyond the next generation? Ervin Laszlo has a mind as big as the cosmos, it seems, as his studies and writings address these questions and every aspect of the world as we know it. He was
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The Soul Of America with Jacob Needleman, Ph.D.

If you, like many Americans, have found U.S. history boring in the past, this program is a must! Jacob Needleman, internationally acclaimed author and philosopher, takes us on a journey back to the beginning of America and re-tells the story of America in a way that inspires and invites us to explore the lives of our forefathers and the sacred dimension of their founding principles. His portraits of Washington, Jefferson and other famous historical figures ignite our imagination, and instill in us a deep reverence and appreciation for the unwavering vision that was necessary to establish our government. In his
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The High Road To Love And Light with Sandra Ingerman

How would you like to radiate positive thoughts and shield yourself from those that are destructive? Shamanic teacher and author, Sandra Ingerman, beautifully delves into how our thoughts create our lives and impact others. She works with the ancient principle of alchemy, turning heavy-leaded consciousness into light-hearted golden consciousness. Ingerman teaches how to identify toxic thoughts, transmute negative energy, and shield yourself from harmful influences others might project on you. “It’s not just the word, it’s the intention behind the word.” Program #3202 Description See the full description for this guest’s background, their books, topics covered in this dialogue, and more.
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Embracing (Rather Than Fixing) Our Authentic Selves with David Bedrick, JD, DIPL PW

We are a society of armchair psychologists, who are constantly self-diagnosing. There are scores of books and television programs that suggest ways for us to reprogram and rid ourselves of disturbing feelings and behavior patterns. Bedrick is deepening the dialogue about the role and practice of psychology in today’s society. Much of mainstream or “pop” psychology give us plenty of labels, but does it go deep enough to motivate us to truly change destructive patterns? David Bedrick gives us a new vision of psychology where people are seen not as either functional or dysfunctional. It’s a psychology where awareness and
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A Life Of Compassionate Service with Larry Brilliant, M.D.

There are some whose major influence was the ‘60s: who protested the Vietnam war, used psychedelics, marched for civil rights, traveled to India and found a guru, and then went on to make a positive contribution to the world community. Dr. Larry Brilliant is such a person. This dialogue explores how, at the behest of his Indian guru, Larry was inspired to join the World Health Organization to launch a program to eradicate smallpox in India. And this story of smallpox eradication is but one proof that something can be done, that little by little we can make this planet
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Owning Our Dreams Is An Ultimate Long Game with Jonas Koffler

It’s absurd that we’d prioritize owning the hottest new device, a cool car, or a trendy toy over owning a dream that makes us feel most alive and most engaged. Our dream may be waking up in the morning to do some kind of work that excites us, a calling we must do. Or, it might be having the ability to work remotely and choose the working hours that align with our natural schedule. It could be to publish a book or start a new endeavor in the field we’ve always been curious about. How might we rapidly accelerate our
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The Sacred Geometry Of Our Cells with Sondra Barrett, Ph.D.

Cells can only thrive in community; they need to connect with one another, and will call on each other as allies. And, when a cell needs a certain molecule, it actually embraces that molecule; it actually reaches out and hugs the molecule. This embrace is a universal principle of design. Sondra Barrett speaks of the sacredness of our cells related to how humans evolved. “The divine spark needs a container. I began thinking, God had to be a biochemist, because how do you build the container? In one of the theories we were mud or we were hot seawater. To
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Reclaiming Wonder and Hope with Hank Wesselman, Ph.D.

Wesselman encourages us to move beyond “hand-me-down” beliefs and religions. Instead he invites us to co-create with spirit and follow a path of direct experience of the sacred. Our collective plunge down the steep slope of progress has come at the cost of a deep, intuitive connection with nature and our authentic spiritual selves. This has resulted in a collective and profound disenchantment of life. Wesselman recollects several poignant memories of personal times of enchantment. He shares with us the meaning and origins of the Native American Ghost Dance, which is a “reaching back into the past to connect with
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The Eternal and Infinite Nature of the Self with Rupert Spira

This teacher of non-dualism sheds light on the essential teachings of what is known as “the direct path.” Almost everybody believes that whatever it is we are seeing is something that is outside ourselves. This leads to a most vexing question for science: How is consciousness derived from the brain? No neurologist or brain surgeon has ever found consciousness in the brain. Spira tells us, “The non-dual traditions, in general, suggest that consciousness is not derived from the brain. It’s not a product of matter. In the non-dual traditions consciousness is the primary and fundamental reality. Everything is derived from
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