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Exploring the Realm of Synchronicity with Sky Nelson-Isaacs

July 31, 2019
Read Time: 2 minutes
Sky Nelson-Isaacs
Interviews
Even though classical science has not produced a good explanation for synchronicity, we all have had a direct experience of it at various moments in our lives. Our guest today tells us that synchronicity is defined as a meaningful coincidence that is personal and that it is nature’s language for…

We Are Not Who We “Think” We Are with Kate Gustin, Ph.D.

July 10, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
Kate Gustin
Interviews
It is easy to get caught up in our mind’s version of who we are. Our thoughts do a great job of trying to define us as an island, as a discrete individual with a particular narrative about who we think we are. This construct of creating our personal myths…

Using Our Whole Brain with James Olson

July 3, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
Interviews
For many years, James Olson has investigated the effects of brain perspective on government, corporate life, war, and our personal lives. Most of us have a predominant way of thinking. Either we use the left brain, which tends to be analytical and dualistic in its perspective – it looks at the parts…

Awakening, Prospering, and Fulfilling Our Potential with Ellen Grace O’Brian

June 12, 2019
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Ellen Grace O'Brian
Interviews
As spiritual seekers most of us have asked ourselves such questions as: How can we live skillfully and prosper to fulfill our destiny? How may we be free from self-doubt, worry, or the opinions of others? How do we throw off the shackles of fear that bind us or that…

Navigating The Post-Trust Era with Shiv Singh

June 5, 2019
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Shiv Singh
Interviews
Social media and other new communication tools have changed the world mostly for the better. However, it is ever more difficult to know whom to trust and what to believe. The result is that we have entered what Singh describes as a post-trust era. Here we shine a light on…

Ensuring Your Well-Being with Robert J. Wicks, Ph.D.

May 22, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
Brendan Cavanaugh/P3
Interviews
As a professor and clinical psychologist who works with people in the helping professions–physicians, teachers, psychologists, ministers, rescue workers–who are most in danger of burnout or traumatic stress, Wicks has made many discoveries on how we can live our fleeting days with meaning, peace, compassion, and contentment. He says, “When…

Coming Into Our Fullness with Azarm Ghareman, Ph.D.

May 15, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
Azarm Ghareman
Interviews
Ghareman describes the dilemma of women today: “Many women, in an attempt to become loving and nurturing, really have become a 24-hour buffet. They give, give, give and they are driving themselves to the ground. They are drained while at the same time culture is reinforcing and rewarding them for…

Empathy: Bridging The Divide Of Polarizing Conversations with Edwin Rutsch

April 24, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
Edwin Rutsch
Interviews
For over a decade, Edwin Rutsch has hitchhiked, bicycled, traveled and worked his way around our precious planet. He interacted with a wide variety of cultures and peoples from all walks of life and learned to see and feel a common humanity shared by people around the world. During his explorations…

The Science of Consciousness: Life After Death with Christina Rasmussen

March 27, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
Christina Rasmunssen
Interviews
Often the death of someone we love shifts reality as we’ve known it and brings forth an opening just wide enough for us to begin seeking a deeper truth, a multi-dimensional one. This inquiry can take us closer to a more expansive understanding of our own timeless consciousness. It is…

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

March 6, 2019
Read Time: 1 minute
(c)K.HATT
Interviews
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…
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