November Broadcast Schedule

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.

 


Stewart LevineAiring November 7 – 13, 2018

Removing The Emotional Hooks Of Conflict
with Stewart Levine
Program 3335

Attorney Stewart Levine loved the legal profession because of the ideals it represented. But when he realized the practice of law rarely allowed him to consider human values along with property values, he took down his shingle and became an expert in resolving conflicts in a way that preserves relationships as well as legal rights.


 Jennifer Listug

 Skylar Wilson

Fr. Matthew FoxAiring November 14 – 20, 2018

Taking a Vow for Humanity and the Earth
with Matthew Fox, Ph.D., Skylar Wilson, Jennifer Berit Listug

Program 3656

Fox, Wilson, and Listug share the vision of a co-creative “Order of the Sacred Earth (OSE)” as an antidote to the many negative forces that surround us. Many people are forming “pods” and joining this order by creating rituals, taking the vow “I promise to be the best lover and defender of Earth I can be,” and connecting with one another through a hub website.


Jonathan RobinsonAiring November 21 – 27, 2018

Developing our “Superpower” of Connecting with Others  
with Jonathan Robinson
Program 3647

Discover how we may be become more effective communicators to create more empathy, intimacy, and understanding in all our relationships. One of the keys to fostering deep trust and intimacy is asking questions while being vulnerable enough to openly share details of what we are thinking and feeling. The techniques and stories Robinson shares here are like sacred medicine.


 Yvonne Tally

Airing November 28 – December 4, 2018

Reclaiming Our Time And Moving Away from Busy Behavior
with Yvonne Tally
Program 3659

Moving away from busy behavior takes more than trying to just make a quick change. Tally explains why quick fixes aren’t sustainable. In order to truly reclaim our days from the hectic pace of busyness we need to find the value behind what we want to change. She shares some concrete processes to help us reclaim our overscheduled lives.