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 March 3 – 9, 2021
Prayer: The Natural Motion Of The Soul
with Celeste Yacoboni
Prayer is our most universal and yet individual way of communicating with the divine, of connecting with the infinite dimensions of our being. Here we explore some of the many ways we pray.
Airing March 10 – 16, 2021
The Benefits Of Being Lazy
with Devon Price, Ph.D.
The “laziness lie” ignores the many barriers we must deal with in meeting our goals. Being lazy can be a self-protection. Lacking motivation is rational if you haven’t been convinced that there’s any value in it. They say, “I might disagree with somebody else’s priorities but if they don’t care about doing something that doesn’t matter to them, that’s pretty rational.”
Airing March 17 – 23, 2021
Neurotoxins: The Invisible Pandemic
with Brant Cortright, Ph.D.
Cognitive decline is rampant in today’s world. It’s a toxic jungle regarding pollutants in the air, water, and foods we eat, as well as the negative media we take in. Here our guest touches on how to protect ourselves and our brains as we navigate the neuro-toxic forces that are currently pitched against everyone on the planet.
Airing March 24 – 30, 2021
Encountering the Mysteries of Descending to Soul
with Bill Plotkin
Plotkin encourages us to seek out a soul encounter in order to find our ecological niche and our place in the larger world. He encourages us to do the necessary work to become true “adults,” which has nothing to do with our chronological age. We must do this work in order to give our gifts back to the web of life and become embedded in life-enhancing activities.
Airing March 31 – April 6, 2021
Finding Our Way To Wisdom Through Loss And Grief
with Claire B. Willis
Every person has their own timing when it comes to grieving. Claire Willis suggests that grief is a sign of deep love rather than a problem to be solved. She recommends that we allow ourselves to remain in the great brokenness of loss with our eyes and hearts open—thus grief is an invitation to grow and eventually can lead to finding meaning in the experience of loss.