Howard Thurman (1899-1981), the great thinker, educator, and peace-activist, often taught that attitude contributes to the wellbeing of our world and our self. In one of his most famous quotes he says: “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive and then go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
This month to help you hone in on that “aliveness” we have a compelling roster of guests. First we have Diane Hennacy Powell, M.D. describing how her curiosity about human consciousness led her to study the extent of human extrasensory abilities (ESP). We then hear from Susan Moon who gently leads us into some of the challenges of aging. She says, of the many lessons learned along the way, one of the top-most is: “Learning how to ask for help, learning how to receive it, and also learning how to let go graciously when you can’t do something anymore.” She is followed by a return visit with spiritual teacher, Guy Finley. In this densely packed conversation you’ll be surprised by what he says about resistance. It can be an ally for us to come to greater consciousness. Alex Pattakos, Ph.D. and Elaine Dundon will take us on a road trip to Greece, most especially small villages where the contagion of OPA! is still extant. And finally creativity coach, Eric Maisel is engaged with guest host, Roger Housden, in a most dynamic conversation about the creative spirit.
Plan to tune in and be inspired and be motivated by the many ideas, advice, and approaches to life’s great quest.
— Justine Willis Toms
Cofounder, Executive Director, Host