YOUR SUPPORT IS TRULY NEEDED NOW

As the coronavirus is straining household budgets, nonprofits are feeling the pinch. New Dimensions is not an exception. WE TRULY NEED YOUR IMMEDIATE SUPPORT. More than ever the world is going through an awakening process as it goes through so many difficult shifts. Therefore, it’s important to stay grounded, connected, and supported with our community and those who lift us up. I feel like New Dimensions Radio programming brings these resources together. Spiritual teachers from all over the world and from so many different traditions keep us centered in this time of difficulty.   Shannon Sullivan is an interfaith spiritual
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A Favorite Quote from a New Dimensions Guest : Philip Goldberg

At the center of our being is a point of nothingness which is untouched by sin and by illusion, a point of pure truth, a point or spark, which belongs entirely to God.  Thomas Merton, (1915-1968) American Trappist monk, writer, theologian and author of The Seven Storey Mountain   “I came across this after I had already discovered the spiritual traditions of the East. I discovered Thomas Merton had also been exposed to those traditions and learned them himself. And that points to the commonality of all the deep spiritual traditions. Although he uses the word God, which is a
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Safe, Stable and Sane Spiritual Practices in Crazy Times with Philip Goldberg

Some of us are asking the questions: Are spiritual practices a necessity or merely a luxury in these turbulent times? How do prayer, meditation, mindfulness and other practices help us in crazy times? Here we explore practices that will stabilize and anchor us when the winds of rancor and rage are swirling. Goldberg urges us to look into our spiritual pantry to find the ingredients that are most useful to us, ones that fit our personal needs, predilections and circumstances. He encourages us to create effective spiritual routines yet remain flexible. He also talks about becoming activists and says, “Spiritual
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Spotlight: TAPPING INTO UNLIMITED JOY AND CREATIVE FREEDOM

  We all have an unlimited capacity for love, for joy, for communion with life, and for unshakable freedom. Subjects covered in these programs include: the two kinds of suffering and why we attach ourselves to them, how we can find our happiness set point, how making the quantum leap from ego into larger consciousness releases us into the freedom, spontaneity, and creativity that lie beyond conditioned behavior, way back to our center and the ability to be in the present, so that pain is transformed and we rediscover our compassion, and much, much more is explored in these specially
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HAS YOUR MEMBERSHIP LAPSED?

As of now, we have been able to add more than 1500 program MP3 titles to our website for downloading. We continue to add newly produced programs and selected ones from our archive of timeless wisdom. Your support, partnership, and belief in us in the past have been a major help to New Dimensions through these threshold times that have turned “normal” life topsy-turvy. I know you have many choices as to where you donate your resources to do the most good. As a recent guest of New Dimensions has so aptly said: I have had a great admiration for
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A Favorite Quote from a New Dimensions Guest : W. Keith Campbell

No fear, no envy, no meanness. From a Francis Ford Coppola movie with Bob Dylan. Dylan attributes it to Liam Clancy from the Clancy Brothers  “One of the challenges I have with narcissism is that to live a creative life you need some ego to do things. But the problem with ego is you end up messing up your relationships and you’re missing things because you’re so full of yourself. I struggle with this a lot. I came across this quote from one of the Francis Ford Coppola movies with Bob Dylan. It’s got some good Irish roots to it.
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What Constitutes a Narcissist and How to Deal With Them with W. Keith Campbell, Ph.D.

In this dialogue we delve deeply into the narcissistic personality: What is it and what strategies we might employ to work with the narcissists who are close to us. Campbell describes a narcissist as one who creates a space around him or herself where they are not connecting to other people because their ego doesn’t let them. They end up creating what is sometimes termed a narcissistic cocoon, a narcissistic bubble, or a narcissistic echo chamber. Campbell describes the three different aspects to narcissism, “Most commonly, we’re talking about a personality trait, meaning we all have some level of it,
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New Dimensions Is Now Offering Gift Cards

Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a New Dimensions Radio gift card. You can purchase one program or up to five programs, and they can choose from over 1500 programs. And do suggest your favorites when sending out the gift card!  Thanks! Gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them at checkout. Our gift cards have no additional processing fees. Click here to see gift card options.
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Healing And Repairing Relationship, An Ongoing Process with Susan Campbell, Ph.D.

Dr. Campbell offers practical advice for repairing our love relationships while also healing our inner wounds. We learn methods for turning common relationship conflicts into opportunities to foster love, trust, and intimacy. She suggests making an agreement with your partner to take a “time-out” when you sense a trigger, using those moments to feel what is going on in your body and discover old wounds that have yet to heal. She describes a trigger as a button that gets pushed in our nervous system which prompts an old and familiar feeling to flood our being. That reaction is derived from
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A Favorite Quote from a New Dimensions Guest : Lisa Smartt

  Nonsense is neither true nor false but new truths emerge from it. Raymond Moody, M.D. Philosopher, psychologist, physician coined the term near-death experiences in 1975 in his best-selling book Life After Life.   “Raymond Moody, M.D. is well known for the near-death experience but what people don’t know is he spent 40 years studying nonsensical language. For example, I may have a dream, a monkey holding an apple in a tree, which is nonsensical and you may have a dream about a monkey holding an apple in a tree. Our versions of what those symbols means may be completely
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