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 1-7, 2020
Calling on the Spirit of Artemis
with Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.
The Greeks have given us a wealth of complex folklore and myths that are full of meaning for our lives. Among them are the stories of the Goddess Artemis and her human counterpart, Atalanta. They give us clues as to how to navigate the zig-zags of life. While demonstrating that life never unfolds in a straight line, the Greek myths give us inspiration to live into our fullness.
Airing January 8 – 14, 2020
From Monastery to Marketplace
with Jan Phillips
A friend put Phillips in pursuit of her spiritual practice which involves deep listening and resulted in a flood of creative outpouring that fueled her imagination. This deep dialogue covers such topics as quantum physics to fear, from “erosphere” to “infosynthesis.”
Airing January 15 – 21, 2020
Humor Saves the Day From Loss
with Allen Klein
The death of someone close to us can trigger questions such as: What is death? Why do people die? Why did this happen to me? Allen Klein has experienced such a loss and the deeply personal inquiry triggered by his grieving process lead him to see anew the preciousness of life and the therapeutic power of humor.
Airing January 22 – 28, 2020
Nature As Guide In Perilous Times
with Osprey Orielle Lake
Lake offers a frank inquiry into the causes leading to our current global peril and provides a deep well of hope and profound insight. She regales us with many stories of her adventures in nature including taking inner city young people to the desert where, for the first time in their lives, they experienced the full measure of the night sky filled with stars.
Airing January 29 – February 4, 2020
Forgiveness Is The Path
with Ronita Johnson
Johnson, an African American daughter of a preacher, tells of a severe childhood that left her feeling bitter and with a sense of unworthiness. Here she shares her insights of her journey to forgiveness. This deep dialogue serves as an inspiration we might follow.