The Universe Is Alive, Intelligent, And Evolving with Jude Currivan, Ph.D.

Free Listening Through December 26, 2017: Keep listening while you browse! Click on the Pop out player button, above on the right. Beginning with her experience of psychic phenomena from early childhood, Currivan was led on a quest of a life-long exploration of the nature of reality. Her research has come to show that information is as real as anything we call physical reality. Here we explore the reality of informational physics and why this matters in our daily lives. “What we call physical reality is incredibly ephemeral. The only reason we don’t go through the floor we’re standing or sitting
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Illness As A Message From The Soul with Christine Page, M.D.

Free Listening Through December 19, 2017: Keep listening while you browse! Click on the Pop out player button, above on the right. Christine Page suggests there is an underlying psychological and emotional component to illness, and this makes up the soil of the body. Page believes illness is a lived experience of the mind/body/spirit and not just a physiological episode. When working with someone, she asks herself, “What is the underlying disturbance and disharmony that is going on in these tissues that allow a virus to get in?” She looks at the emotional keys that unlock the genetic status and agrees with
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Intelligent Evolution with Nicki Scully

Healer Nicki Scully tells us how it is time for us to move from healing ourselves to healing the planet. We can do this collectively by joining together in circles, in phone-bridges, and in our own personal meditations. Now is the time for us to make a quantum leap in consciousness. We must co-create this movement; we must allow spirit to come in through our hearts and minds. Scully says, “Now is the time of tremendous opportunity for people to put their hearts and minds together. If all of the individuals join in circles, and all the circles join, and we’re
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Conflict Is A Gateway For Healing with Isa Gucciardi, Ph.D.

Gucciardi tells us that people come to hypnosis for help with many addictions such as wanting to quit smoking, wanting to lose weight, drinking, or gambling to name a few. She says, “The truth is that the symptom is the tip of the iceberg . . .The symptom becomes the path to healing in depth hypnosis.” She shares examples of family dynamics. For instance, one stepfather was resistant to the “Coming to Peace” process but eventually, with deep listening and patience, the sessions led to a deep healing for the entire family. In her experience as a therapist she has discovered that
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The Dalai Lama – Choosing Love Toward Our Enemies with Robert Thurman, Ph.D.

“Strong force” is a term used in physics to describe the force that holds particles together in the atomic nucleus and the force that holds quarks together in elementary particles. As the name implies, this is the strongest force known in nature. Scientists know it exists but not how it works. Thurman enlightens us with these ideas from the Buddha: “Buddha’s discovery is that the strong force in the universe is love. It is beings and things wishing to associate with each other, enjoying relativity and relationality… [I]f you go deep enough you’ll find the true nature of things beyond matter and mind
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The Choice Point for Humanity in “The Age of Surprises” with Deirdre Hade & William Arntz

A physicist and a mystic make an unusual team, combining their wisdom and experience to encourage us at this time of “choice point” for humanity. As a scientist, Arntz shares: “[T]here are data points of non-physical reality happening that scientists don’t listen to. I tried to be a real scientist and say ‘let’s not blow off the data.’ There’s a famous term in physics which is, “A beautiful theory is destroyed by an ugly fact.’ But the facts are the facts and eventually they convinced me.” Arntz and Hade describe the times in which we live as “The Age of Surprises,” and share
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Humanity Moving From Adolescence To Maturity with Anodea Judith, Ph.D.

Anodea Judith takes us through three epochs of humanity, describing them as the “static feminine, dynamic masculine, and static masculine.” She describes both the positive and negative traits of each era. This dialogue moves through the history of human development into our present crisis and potential transformation. She says we are now entering the era of the “dynamic feminine” and that it is a time of the heart rather than power, “We’re actually coming toward the end of the static masculine and we’ve been in that for the last two thousand or twenty five hundred years.” She describes it as a time
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Coping With The Emotional Residue Of A Life-Threatening Illness with Cheryl Krauter

There are many stages one goes through when facing a life-threatening illness. First is the initial diagnosis when decisions are being made regarding treatment. Then there is the treatment stage: depending on the course of treatment, this stage can be quite brutal. These stages are followed by the post-treatment stage which has no expiration date. When going through a catastrophic illness, a patient is usually surrounded by a team of health professionals and, if they are fortunate, family and friends. The stage of post-treatment is rarely acknowledged and is often experienced as a wall of silence. There are no more
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The Healing Powers Of Cats And Dogs with Carlyn Montes De Oca

Montes De Oca describes how she became guardian of many rescue animals. She uses the term “guardian” instead of the more common term “pet owner” because, “We are here together and I think of guardianship in terms of our environment, in terms of our world. I think it’s a healthier place in many ways to come from instead of ownership. . . I started applying that term not only to my dogs but to my stepchildren. I never liked stepmom but guardian somehow made it feel like it’s more of an allowing place.” She goes on to share with us the “superpowers”
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Rewiring Our Brain’s Pain Pathways with David Hanscom, M.D.

Hanscom describes two sources of pain: “The source of pain can be non-structural, which is inflammation of tendons and ligaments. Probably 90% of pain in the body has to do with the size of the blood vessels, inflammation, etcetera, but you can’t see it on a test. So we call that non-structural. The second source I call structural. In other words you have a bone spur with matching symptoms. That’s a structural problem. The only time that surgery is effective is if you have a structural problem that you can correct. You can’t surgically correct pain unless you can see the
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