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Not many years ago I was driving along in my car and going through some adversities and challenges in my life. I was seeking direction, inspiration, guidance, and a voice. I found that in New Dimensions Radio. In listening and absorbing the transformative wisdom, I was able to literally change my mind set and allow myself the space to explore what is deeply important to me in my life. I couldn’t have done it without New Dimensions Radio. I am a supporter myself and encourage anyone listening to make a contribution and to get behind it. It is one of
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Editor’s Desk: We’re In the Dissolving Caterpillar Stage

A recent deep dialogue with Margaret Wheatley (known as Meg), whose interview you’ll be hearing in February 2019, brought to my attention the cycles that every civilization goes through. They all start with high ideals, self-sacrifice, duty, honor, and country. Wheatley tells us that because these values (sacrifice, putting service over self) are at the heart of the beginning of every civilization, the civilization becomes stable. But as that society shifts its emphasis to business it becomes materialistic and its focus becomes the motivation for profit, which leads to consumerism, greed, and narcissism. The striking details of this pattern of
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A Crisis Of Truth And Meaning, Recovering Soul In Times Of Change with Michael Meade

Through the art of storytelling, Meade shares: “The key aspect of soul is its depth. . . . It is the descending, the deepening part . . It’s the roots going further down as opposed to up towards the heavens . . .Soul goes towards diversity and multiplicity like the roots of a forest or the secretly connected life of trees. Soul is the connective tissue of life.” He goes on to describe that humankind has always experienced opposition, but in these days that opposition has left empty the middle way, where imagination should be. He suggests by the telling of the
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Coming in January

The “Airing” dates below indicate when radio stations air our programs. FREE LISTENING for each program is available for two weeks following the initial air date.  Just go to our Home Page and scroll down to Free Listening.  All of these featured MP3 programs are one hour long, and are available for purchase and download. Airing January 2 – 8, 2019 Adulthood II: A Whole New Stage In The Life Cycle with Mary Catherine Bateson, Ph.D. Program 3382 People are living longer but this new longevity is not equivalent to an extension of old age or years added on at the end
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Spotlight: Buddhism and the Challenges of Everyday Life

According to the Buddha, the path of kindness is the path of happiness. Because this is easier said than done, there are scores of long-term meditators who have come to realize that spiritual practice does not always eliminate the psychological problems they hoped it would. Buddhist teacher Ethan Nichtern looks at Buddhist thought as a useful psychological, philosophical, and ethical system that anyone can make use of. Pilar Jennings, Ph.D. gives us insights into the difference between bringing our personal baggage to a teacher or to a therapist. Beloved Buddhist teacher Sylvia Boorstein, Ph.D. brings warmth, humor, and real-life honesty
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Creating Effective Flow And Collaboration In Your Life with Cathy and Gary Hawk

Working in collaboration with others takes skill and attention: often it will include changing our mindset. One of the most effective ways of moving with ease in all your life’s endeavors, whether it is a solitary path or it is in collaboration with others, is to learn how to read the energetic clues in both yourself and others. This can apply to working in teams with people or being in a committed relationship. In this dialogue we explore the perils and pitfalls of partnering as well as how to improve our skills to help our partnerships thrive. Cathy and Gary
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Please Consider an End of Year Donation

For many decades New Dimensions has been an incredible pioneering support for what I feel is a collective shift of consciousness for humanity. It’s importance now is as relevant, if not more relevant, than it’s ever been. We are in a global emergency where we’re in an unsustainable situation around the world and New Dimensions is a beacon of light; it’s a beacon of hope as it brings many different views and perspectives all of which support the opportunity to come together, hold hands, and move forward as a family of humanity. Jude Currivan, Ph.D. author of The Cosmic Hologram
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Precognition Is Real with Julia Mossbridge, Ph.D.

According to today’s conventional scientific wisdom, time flows strictly forward – from the past to the future through the present. We can remember the past, and we can predict the future based on the past (albeit imperfectly), but we can’t perceive the future. However, there are those scientists who are studying and performing repeatable experiments to demonstrate that precognition, the ability to perceive the future, is possible. One such scientist is our guest today Julia Mossbridge, who is researching and collecting data on the phenomena of precognition. She says, “We don’t know how precognition works. What we know is that statistically, on average,
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Spotlight: The Spirit of Shamanism and Psychoactive Substances

Shamanism is one of the world’s most ancient and direct forms of religious experience and can be a viable technology for access to the intuitive wisdom within. Highlighted in this collection of programs specially selected from the New Dimensions archive, you’ll hear from wisdom teachers who point out that the spiritual dimension to reality is not inconsistent with the scientific view of reality. Also discussed are mystical experiences that delve into the use of psychoactive substances in both their original sacred contexts and in modern life as well as the power of practicing rituals to harness the sacred forces of
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Wisdom For A Global Tribe with Alan Briskin

In an uprising of collective wisdom in 2008, the American electorate upended the political paradigm to elect a President who stood for hope, change, and the ideals of a progressive agenda. Is there a way to identify the principles that allowed that process to unfold, and apply them to further the social change inherent in those ideals? Alan Briskin believes there is, and he has a deep reverence for the wisdom that can emerge when individuals come together for a common purpose, even—or especially—when those individuals bring divergent viewpoints to the table. He sees it as a key to the evolution
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