Hawaii: Diving into Its History and Culture with Kaliko Beamer-Trapp

Kaliko says when you learn a new language it changes you into a different person. He says of learning the Marquesan language: “It has its own personality. When I’m over there I’m like a different person. I might look the same on the outside but I feel that I express myself differently. I express myself the way they do. I change my intonation, the pitch in my voice, and the strength of my voice as well as the way my eyes move and the expressions that I make. I change to match that environment and what the people there are like
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Spotlight: The Power of Circles: Supporting You in Your Fullness

Humans have been gathering in circles since we discovered fire. Circles are deeply ingrained in our collective consciousness and have a powerful resonance in our psyches – even today. Here several wisdom leaders share how circles can be key to healing the personal and global wounds we all face. Sitting with one another in this deep and intentional way where we can truly be heard and supported in our fullness will lead us to deep personal and social healing. The Power Of Circles with Sedonia Cahill And Charles Garfield, Ph.D. Program 2686 MP3 Download Buy here $1.99 Sitting in intentional
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Consciousness is Changing for the Better

  Dear Friend of New Dimensions, New Dimensions TRULY needs your financial help to support the on-going broadcasts of these deep dialogues. Besides the weekly programs, we continue to digitize and make available the timeless wisdom contained in our extensive archive. Your support is critical to the well-being of this precious resource. “I think all of us can say our consciousness has been raised and changed because of the voices we hear on New Dimensions. I would ask you to please give your support. Michael and Justine’s life work through New Dimensions contributes to ours. Won’t you help? Be as
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We Are Not Who We “Think” We Are with Kate Gustin, Ph.D.

It is easy to get caught up in our mind’s version of who we are. Our thoughts do a great job of trying to define us as an island, as a discrete individual with a particular narrative about who we think we are. This construct of creating our personal myths begins when, as toddlers, we start to use language. Gustin has observed that many of her clients have a concept of themselves at odds with what she sees in them. She says, “I observed that each person would come in with a very particular narrative, a story about who they believed
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Spotlight: The Extended Mind with Rupert Sheldrake

Biologist Rupert Sheldrake’s scientific explorations and understanding of the non-local mind that connects all of us (morphic fields) constitute a sweeping challenge to the very fundamentals of established science. He believes and demonstrates that our minds are not limited to our brains, but rather stretch outward to touch the beings and objects that we perceive. Listen to this seminal scientist in these five programs specially selected from the New Dimensions program archive. The Past Is Present with Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D. Program 2080 MP3 Download Buy here $1.99 Sheldrake’s theory of “morphic resonance” challenges some fundamental assumptions of established science. He
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  “It’s important to support New Dimensions because New Dimensions changes the world. They take our ideas beyond the theoretical to the practical and make a true difference in the world.” – Larry Dossey, author of One Mind: How Our Individual Mind is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why it Matters     Your support can make a world of difference for New Dimensions as together we move towards a sustainable, loving, and wise future for all – please click here to contribute now. We are not a top-heavy organization. We’ve learned to do much with little. Because our team
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Using Our Whole Brain with James Olson

For many years, James Olson has investigated the effects of brain perspective on government, corporate life, war, and our personal lives. Most of us have a predominant way of thinking. Either we use the left brain, which tends to be analytical and dualistic in its perspective – it looks at the parts – or we are predominantly right brained, which is holistic and relational – it seeks unity. These two different ways of seeing the world can be detected in the way we view politics, religion, war, and peace. Olson says we must “understand what the right brain sees and how it responds
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