The Bounty Of A Generous Heart with Andrew Bienkowski

Andrew Bienkowski grew up in Siberia, his family exiled by the Communist regime. In a life that began with nothing, living on soup made from discarded potato peelings, he learned that true wealth and happiness come from giving, and made his way observing the true value of gratitude, forgiveness, and understanding. With great humility and a smile, he weaves his plainspoken wisdom with stories of survival and relationship, and the reminder that the things that really matter are available to each of us, every hour of every day and, of course, even the darkest days have their treasures to offer.
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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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