Make a Huge Difference

  New Dimensions is an incredible opportunity to share ideas for authors and for people who are trying to generate new ideas about how to make our communities, our planet, and our society better. It is an amazing opportunity because you have an entire hour to talk with Justine WillisToms about the future, about our lives as we know them and about what we can do to make the world a better place. It is really pretty incredible. Lisa Tracy author of Objects of Our Affection   You may not know this but there are fewer than 50 listeners who
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Editor’s Desk: Playing Dress-Up and Flowers

Playing dress-up – to luxuriate in colors, the fabrics, the endless choices. Sometimes when I pick out something flowing it reminds me of the late 1950s film with Rosalind Russell playing “Auntie Mame” sweeping down a spiral staircase with gossamer robes swirling about her. Color has actual healing qualities. Sometimes I feel like gray. What does gray mean? Actually, oftentimes I choose gray. Why am I so attracted to gray? Gray the color of mist – The color of low iron clouds in a drizzling rain – The color of roly-poly bugs that live under rocks and when the rock
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Music Playlist for New Dimensions August 2019 Programs

Airing August 7 – 13, 2019 Re-Creating the World  with Michael Meade Program 3448 From Album: Journey Between Artist: Baka Beyond 1998 Rykodisc #HNCD 1415 Opening Essay: Track 05 Cotu Music Break 1: Track 04 Konti Music Break 2: Track 06 Lands End Music Break 3: Track 08 Queen of Ngorongoro Airing August 14 – 20, 2019 Integral Philosophy and Evolution with Steve McIntosh Program 3452 From Album: The Sails of Self Artist: Rising Appalachia 2010 www.Rising Appalachia.com Opening Essay: Track 13 SuNu Music break 1: Track 13 SuNu (reprise) Music Break 2: Track 11 Army of None Music Break 3: Track 12 You
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Exploring the Realm of Synchronicity with Sky Nelson-Isaacs

Even though classical science has not produced a good explanation for synchronicity, we all have had a direct experience of it at various moments in our lives. Our guest today tells us that synchronicity is defined as a meaningful coincidence that is personal and that it is nature’s language for communicating directly with us. He writes: “As you develop your personal sense of the meaning of events in your life, you enter into a cosmic dance with the divine that is totally unique to you.” He illustrates the idea that life knows what we are seeking so there’s an affinity, an attracting
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Coming in August

Free Listening Air Dates 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 programs are one hour long, and are available for purchase and download. Airing August 7 – 13, 2019 Re-Creating the World  with Michael Meade Program 3448 Even though it may seem like the end of things, Meade reminds us there are always beginnings embedded in the endings. He takes us on a mythological journey that tips
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Spotlight: Coping with Illness and Dis-ease

Building resilience is imperative in these times, and we can rewire our neural networks in order to do that. Why must we talk to our cells and send them messages of love? How do toxic beliefs stress our immune system? What are some ways to release energetic or emotional blockages? How does the body reflect the truth of our experience? How “waking down” can effectively lead us to “waking up.” These topics and many more will be explored in these four programs specially selected from the New Dimensions archive. Developing Our Natural Resilience with Linda Graham Program 3536 MP3 Download
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Wonder and Awe Triumphs Over Fear and Apathy

As a regular listener to New Dimensions you know that we continue to be committed to curiosity, wonder, awe, creativity, and connection over fear, apathy, anger, and separation. In this past year many program guests have confirmed the fact noted by Larry Brilliant, M.D., Co-founder of SEVA Foundation, former Executive Director of Google.org and author of the memoir Sometimes Brilliant. “These are troubled times. Where we get our news is really important. That news has got to come with love, and integrity, and honesty, and depth. That’s what New Dimensions is. It is not like other programs, other sources. I’ve
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July Broadcast Schedule

Free Listening Air Dates 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 programs are one hour long, and are available for purchase and download. Airing July 3 – 9, 2019 Using Our Whole Brain with James Olson Program 3427 The two sides of the brain have different perspectives of the world and they lead us to make very different choices. Olson’s research shows that we need to
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True Health Care – Reversing Chronic Illnesses with Roberto Tostado, M.D.

Despite ever more sophisticated medical technology and more expensive healthcare, chronic diseases are increasing. If mainstream medicine is doing its job, why are the rates of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease rising instead of decreasing? Years ago people died from infections, plagues, and flus. It can be said that today we die from toxins in food and the toxic side effects of drugs. Obesity and diabetes have become the new plagues of our time. What can we do? How can we turn our focus from a sentence of perpetually taking more and more drugs to creating a new model of
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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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