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Our Primary Connection With Divine Mind with Stephen G. Post, Ph.D.

December 18, 2019
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Stephen G. Post
Interviews
Post shows us an example of noticing and following the synchronicities that come to us as guiding stepping-stones for our life path. He tells of a reoccurring dream he had as a teenager and of his mentor Dr. Rev. Rod Welles who recognized the dream as prophetic. His dream was…

Mindfulness in the Marketplace with Marc Lesser

September 25, 2019
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Marc Lesser
Interviews
Mindfulness is both profound and potent. Marc Lesser suggests that it is not about holding the busy world at bay, it’s to cultivate a more alive, responsive, effective and warm-hearted way of being within the world as it already exists and within a life you already live. This deep dialogue…

Transforming Suffering into the Light Of Our True Nature with Lama Palden Drolma

September 18, 2019
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Lama Palden Drolma
Interviews
Even though we ultimately desire to be happy, most of us find ourselves taking in sorrow, pain and tragedy through everything we see, hear and feel both in our own experience and through the media. It’s like we are breathing in suffering and this suffering, both our own and that…

Dealing With Chronic Pain with David Hanscom, M.D.

September 4, 2019
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David Hanscom, M.D.
Interviews
Having had had two spinal surgeries, ending up with kidney failure, ulcers and post-operative infection, David Hanscom has first-hand knowledge of chronic pain. This has left him with extreme empathy for patients who come to him. Since medical school he’s educated himself on mind/body syndromes. Discovering he had a lot…

Watering The Seeds Of Mindfulness with Zachiah Murray

August 28, 2019
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Zachiah Murray
Interviews
Zachiah Murray tells us that mindfulness is an awareness of what is around us and within us in the moment, so that we can see deeply without being caught in the past or the future. She says mindfulness has a different flavor from meditation, “Meditation tends to take you from the…

Connecting With Natural Time with Lama Surya Das

May 1, 2019
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Surya Das
Interviews
  Is time speeding up? It seems so as we fill our lives with so many “labor saving” devices. The 21st century mantra could very well be: There isn’t enough time. Lama Surya Das warns us, “The lesson here is not how we can get up earlier or stay up…

Becoming Warriors For The Human Spirit with Margaret J Wheatley, Ph.D.

March 13, 2019
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Margaret Wheatley
Interviews
By studying the history of living systems and their natural life cycles, Wheatley has discovered that every living system goes through a life cycle: birth, creativity, flowering, harvesting, and then death. It was no surprise for her to realize that every civilization goes through this life cycle as well. She…

Why Buddhist Practice? Why Psychotherapy? with Pilar Jennings, Ph.D.

March 6, 2019
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Jennings is both a Buddhist practitioner and a psychologist. Here she talks about when it’s appropriate to bring our psychological struggles to our Buddhist teacher and when it is appropriate to bring them to a therapist. In general, Jennings says the differences between them are: “When you are working with a…

A Wild And Crazy Time with Don Lattin

January 23, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
Interviews
As the 1950s came to a close, a new era of social, spiritual, sexual, political and psychological revolution was beginning. Here in this provocative dialogue, you will meet some of the wild characters who made the 1960s the most memorable decade of the 20th century. Lattin says, “[The] big question at the…

What Really Matters with Robert Augustus Masters, Ph.D.

January 9, 2019
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Robert Augustus Masters
Interviews
Masters says, “I see anger as the guardian of boundaries. I see a lot of people caught in spiritual bypassing as having such poor boundaries they cannot say a clear no. They are overly attached to being nice, and sweet, and go to look positive. There is this addiction to being…
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