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 June 12 – 18, 2019
Awakening, Prospering, and Fulfilling Our Potential
with Ellen Grace O’Brian
Here Yogacharrya O’Brian describes the four principles of Yogic philosophy: Higher purpose, true wealth, pleasure and joy, and awakening to our true nature as enlightened. In her comforting and gentle way, she shares many stories and describes several metaphors that help us to understand the true nature of spiritual enlightenment.
Airing June 19 – 25, 2019
Through the Lens of the Feminine Wisdom Teachings
with Mirabai Starr
The feminine mystical experience that resides in both men and women can guide us through these turbulent times. Starr says, “The primary practice is about learning to be present with things as they are and there are spiritual technologies available to us across the spiritual traditions that help us to cultivate that depth of heartful presence in everything we do.”
Airing June 26 – July 2, 2019
The Power of Poetry by Young Immigrants
with Patrice Vecchione
Vecchione is a teacher of poetry. In this interview she shares stories and poems of immigrant children and of the healing properties of poetry. One cannot help but share the sadness of a young person losing touch with their home culture. You’ll be inspired to make a difference in your community to include this large and mostly unheard population.
Airing July 3 – 9, 2019
Using Our Whole Brain
with James Olson
The two sides of the brain have different perspectives of the world and they lead us to make very different choices. Olson’s research shows that we need to blend these two for three-dimensional thinking. He discusses how we can tell when we are functioning from our right brain or our left brain.
Airing July 10 – 16, 2019
We Are Not Who We “Think” We Are
with Kate Gustin
Gustin explores how we create our personal myths. This begins when, as toddlers, we start to use language. Our thoughts do a great job of defining us as a discrete individual with a particular narrative about who we think we are but this can contribute to a negative self-concept. She emphasizes the concept of “selfing” as an on-going process rather than as a fixed identity.
Airing July 17 – 23, 2019
Hawaii: Diving Into Its History and Culture
with Kaliko Beamer-Trapp
Kaliko shares Hawaii’s history, culture, and the revitalization of its language. He talks of his experience of learning several languages and how doing so changed him into a different person. He shares the story of the revered cultural hero Aunty Nona who, after decades of restrictions, brought the sacred hula back from the repression of Western missionaries.
Airing July 24 – 30, 2019
True Health Care – Reversing Chronic Illness
with Roberto Tostado, M.D.
Despite ever more sophisticated medical technology and more expensive healthcare, chronic diseases are increasing. If mainstream medicine is doing its job, why are the rates of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease rising instead of decreasing? This deep dialogue with Roberto Tostado explores how many of us are choosing a toxic lifestyle and what can we do to transform it into a healthy one.
Airing July 31 – August 6, 2019
Exploring the Realm of Synchronicity
with Sky Nelson-Isaacs
Nelson-Isaacs tells us that synchronicity is defined as a meaningful coincidence that is personal and that it is nature’s language for communicating directly with us. He writes: “As you develop your personal sense of the meaning of events in your life, you enter into a cosmic dance with the divine that is totally unique to you.”