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Humor Saves The Day From Loss with Allen Klein

May 8, 2024
Read Time: 1 minute
Free Listening, Interviews
Everyone has their own unique way of grieving loss. Klein says, “I believe loss is a gift; from every loss we learn. We learn, if nothing else, how precious life is. We need to appreciate what we have right now.” He speaks from the experience of losing his 34 year…

Political Activism: Beyond Shouting And More than Silence with Sam Daley-Harris

April 17, 2024
Read Time: 1 minute
Free Listening, Interviews
In these times of intense political polarization, civic despair is rampant. How does this affect our democracy and how can we counteract this apathy? Daley-Harris has been working tirelessly to provide trainings for ordinary citizens to empower effective political action and to help citizens be most effective in reshaping the…

Our Healing Is Enmeshed In Our Culture with David Bedrick, JD, DIPL PW

December 6, 2023
Read Time: 1 minute
Free Listening, Interviews
Bedrick says that when we want to go for deep healing of some personal issue we must realize that there is a larger culture in which our wounds are embedded. Bedrick claims that no illness is solely rooted in the individual, but for the most part, mainstream psychology does not…

The Creative Path Is A Life Path with Cathy Wild

September 13, 2023
Read Time: 2 minutes
Cathy Wild
Free Listening, Interviews
Creativity is a journey with lots of ups and downs, twists and turns. To be creative, one cannot watch from the sidelines. Cathy Wild suggests that there is no set formula for the creative process; there are no steps 1, 2, 3, or A, B, C that guarantee a successful…

Wise Guidance for Empaths and Highly Sensitive People with Judith Orloff, M.D.

September 6, 2023
Read Time: 1 minute
Judith Orloff
Free Listening, Interviews
What is the difference between having empathy and being an empath? This deep dialogue explores the blessings and challenges of being an empath. Highly sensitive people have much to be grateful for. They are able to experience exquisite passion and joy. They can perceive the big picture on a deep…

Meeting Daily With Our Chief Spiritual Officer with May McCarthy

March 22, 2023
Read Time: 2 minutes
May McCarthy
Free Listening, Interviews
Executives can spend hours in daily meetings to ensure the success of a company. What if that commitment can be applied to your own success, but with much more ease? As a founder of many business endeavors, May McCarthy works with various heads of departments such as Chief Information Officers…

Healing The Body By Clearing Emotional Energy with Amy B. Scher

January 18, 2023
Read Time: 1 minute
Amy B. Scher
Free Listening, Interviews
When we feel pain in our body, it is usually a sign that something is wrong. When we experience injury, illness, or disease, we treat the symptoms with medication, physical therapy or alternative medicine. But sometimes treating the symptoms isn’t enough. Our bodies are often telling us that there is…

Ending The Cycle Of Inherited Family Trauma with Mark Wolynn

January 4, 2023
Read Time: 1 minute
Free Listening, Interviews
Inherited family traumas may be at the core of our inability to succeed in life. Wolynn’s research has shown that unresolved traumatic events in our families can hinder how success flows to us and how well we are able to receive it. He has helped hundreds of people to discover…

The Art and Practice of Listening Well with Leslie Shore

November 21, 2022
Read Time: 2 minutes
Leslie Shore
Interviews
Listening is a very different thing from merely hearing. It takes effort, attention, filtering, and practice. It’s a process that requires us to use different parts of our brain, and a process that is very rarely taught in formal education. Although it is so critical to improving our lives, it…

At The Heart Of Loneliness with Kira Asatryan

November 21, 2022
Read Time: 1 minute
Kira Asatryan
Interviews
Despite being connected 24/7 with others, post-modern life is replete with loneliness. Kira Asatryan says the antidote to loneliness is a matter of feeling connected, valued, and cared about.
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