July Broadcast Schedule

broadcast schedule

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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 7 – 13, 2021

Awe and Wonder: Keys to Living a Passionate Life
with Gregg Levoy

Program 3539

A sense of wonder is an active ingredient in a passionate life. Even suffering and restlessness can be seen with curiosity, says Levoy. Making space in our minds for the unknown, and allowing creativity to flow, he says, can keep us from being pulled into the “burden of purpose.” Levoy talks of the powerful effects of small actions and the importance of saying “yes.”


Belleruth Naparstek

Airing July 14 – 20, 2021

Staying Well With Guided Imagery
with Belleruth Naparstek
Program 3731

Guided imagery is a powerful technique to lessen anxiety, pain, cognitive decline, insomnia, and many other chronic ailments. It can lead to better outcomes with surgery and many other health issues. Naparstek is a pioneer in recorded guided imagery programs and this dialogue is filled with practical advice.


Paul J. CitrinAiring July 21 – 27, 2021

Enlivening Prayer
with Rabbi Paul J. Citrin
Program 3732

Prayer can influence our state of mind which then has an effect on our state of body. It’s a portal that connects us with Divine Source and is an intensely personal journey inward as well as an act of conversation with the Presence of the Infinite or what some call God. It can help us to move from a primarily secular, materialistic life into a more spiritual one.


Jed DiamondAiring July 28- August 3, 2021

The Evolving Masculine Soul
with Jed Diamond, Ph.D.
Program 3733

Diamond has worked with thousands of men who are angry, irritable, and to some degree violent. “There isn’t one man that I’ve ever worked with that when you get to the root, when you look at his early life experience, violence is part of his experience. He’s been wounded in some way.” He offers many examples of ways men heal cultural and personal wounding.