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51 minutes | Jun 22, 2018
Silver Disobedience Uncovered
Silver Disobedience is a rebellion of law-abiding citizens against ageism. Silver Disobedients know that their first 50 years of living made them stronger, smarter & wiser. The fact is: They are the World’s Most Powerful Population. Dian Griesel, Chief Influencer at Silver Disobedience is leading the way with her important message about waking up. In this conversation, we will be talking about her inspiring approach to aging that anyone can incorporate for immediate benefits and results.
51 minutes | May 28, 2018
The Redemptive Power of LOVE
Dani Shapiro's recent memoir, Hourglass is an inquiry into how marriage is transformed by time--abraded, strengthened, shaped in miraculous and sometimes terrifying ways by accident and experience. With courage and relentless honesty, Dani Shapiro opens the door to her house, her marriage, and her heart, and invites us to witness her own marital reckoning--a reckoning in which she confronts both the life she dreamed of and the life she made, and struggles to reconcile the girl she was with the woman she has become.
56 minutes | Apr 26, 2018
Leadership and organizational development consultant and former Chief Talent and Culture Officer of the Wikimedia Foundation, Gayle Karen Young Whyte is sharing the conversation with me. We will be talking about: shaping a deeper more imaginative and more conversational leadership identity, the challenges that confront us with the rise of extreme stances and views taken by colleagues, customers and governments alike, and how to shape an identity that can find a way through these times, while striving for the highest humanitarian good.
54 minutes | Apr 5, 2018
Letting Go of Outcomes
A beach, an airport, a rest stop, a graveyard, an outlet mall bathroom: These are a few of the places where the dancer Marlee Grace has filmed herself improvising during the past two years. Ms. Grace, 29, is the artist behind the Instagram account Personal Practice, a trove of short videos documenting her daily movement practice, and the author of a new self-published book about the project, “A Sacred Shift.” A scroll through the hundreds of posts reveals videos of her jamming out next to a post office; weathering the snow and rain; and, perhaps most often, dancing in her living room. Marlee is dedicated to: self-forgiveness and she uses dancing as a means of exploring and sharing this invaluable, vulnerable practice of letting go.
53 minutes | Mar 16, 2018
Madisyn Taylor is a world-renowned expert in personal development and alternative healing methodologies. She is the co-founder of DailyOM ~ one of the internet's most inspirational websites. Before Madisyn guided millions of people on the path toward wellness, she struggled under the physically, emotionally and financially draining diagnoses of chronic fatigue syndrome, clinical depression and anxiety. To be free of the impact these illnesses had on her life, Taylor came to a life-altering, stunning realization ~ that her well-being was up to her. Her first tentative steps on what would become a program that would help her throw off the shackles of reliance on medication, while gaining mental serenity after a lifetime of anxiety disorders and depression is the subject of her new book: Unmedicated The Four Pillars of Natural Wellness.
55 minutes | Feb 23, 2018
Awaken Through Your Story
Bestselling author, teacher and speaker Mark Matousek believes that when you tell your truth, your story changes. When your story changes, your life is transformed. We will be talking about Mark's personal journey ~ how he followed the accuracy of his intuition, leaving a high-powered job with Andy Warhol at Interview magazine, and ultimately transformed his life, which led to the insights and awakenings that are shared in Mark's books and workshops. Mark's popular program Writing to Awaken: Memoir as a Path of Transformation is one of the most sought after workshops on the human-potential circuit. Let The Scar of The Heart Be Seen ~ Mohammed
54 minutes | Dec 14, 2017
From Victim to Heroine
Anne Davin is a thought leader in a new world vision emerging from the intersection of depth psychology and earth-based mother culture wisdom. Anne helps people live, love and lead with purpose. Anne will be offering tools and practices that draw from the collective wisdom of somatic and Jungian principles. Anne’s approach includes myth and imagination, cognitive behavior therapy, and somatic psychotherapy techniques. Her work is focused on the unconscious and the cultivation of an inner wholeness, which creates a deeper connection with self, others and one’s deepest purpose. Anne’s background in depth psychology is based on a view that the world itself is ensouled, inclusive of the natural world, and the unseen forces beyond what is readily visible. Anne believes that the pervasive symptoms of dis-ease – depression, anxiety, and addictions – are an invitation to deeper inquiry and a re-membering of ourselves to who we really are.
56 minutes | Dec 7, 2017
What is The Madhuri Method
Melanie Phillips stumbled and fell before finding the strength to rise back up again. Having walked through chronic illness and extraordinary loss, Melanie embraces ayurveda, yoga and intuitive medicine as a primary means of how we can all re-emerge from darkness. As a 16 year full time yoga teacher and member of NAMA - National Ayurvedic Medical Association - Melanie created The Madhuri Method, a method that effectively treats symptoms and diseases of the mind, body, and emotions leading to a truer relationship to joy, acceptance and personal empowerment.
53 minutes | Nov 30, 2017
We Came To Dance Together
Emmy Award winning choreographers Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland joined forces 35 years and three dance companies ago. BodyVox, their dance company was founded in 1997 in Portland, Oregon. BodyVox is known for its visual virtuosity, wit and unique ability to combine dance, theatre and film into breathtaking productions rich in imagery, athleticism and humor. BodyVox has toured to critical acclaim on stages around the world, developed award winning films, original shows and operas. The BodyVox Dance Center is a feast for the senses, offering the best performances and classes on the West Coast. Tune in to hear more about their union as choreographers, dancers, parents, life partners and soulmates.
56 minutes | Nov 16, 2017
Narcissism is marked by an exaggerated self-importance and perceived superiority, abnormal levels of selfishness and entitlement, and extreme self-centeredness. Generally speaking, a narcissist is a person who thinks too highly of themselves and continuously feeds on the egoic admiration from others, typically rooted in unresolved and exaggerated feelings of inferiority and shame. As a result, they often manipulate and exploit people to fuel their delusions and fend off the ever-looming threat of depression. Narcissists LIVE and BREATHE to confuse the people in their lives. Lisa A. Romano is back on my show to unravel narcissism with great tips on how to break free from narcissistic relationships and the consequences of such toxic dynamics.
57 minutes | Nov 9, 2017
Growing up with an artist mother and brother, Sam was always encouraged to make things and draw, but only painted by number. She took sculpture classes in high school, and secretly wanted to be a painter. Instead, Sam became an elementary school teacher where for 30 years the influence of the art and stories from all the children's picture books was absorbed deep in her subconscious; ultimately waiting for the right time to emerge. In 2013, after visiting the studio of artist Jesse Reno, Sam decided it was time to start painting. She has been painting almost every day since then, creating paintings that combine playfulness and honesty. Sam establish's a series of gestures, momentary thoughts and feelings that meet on a single surface and that accumulate into much more.
56 minutes | Nov 2, 2017
Radically Intimate with Zoe Kors
Writer. Speaker. Coach. Sexologist. Zoë Kors is committed to transforming the way we hold our sexuality—both individually and culturally. Zoë is the founder of The Big Libido: Find Your Feminine Fire, Badass Bootcamp Certification, Daily Notes from Your Pussy, and PussyProject.org. We will be talking about erotica, sexuality, pleasure and self-empowerment and her popular article -- with over 2 million views -- entitled: 6 Ways to Have Radically Intimate Sex. Adult Content.
56 minutes | Oct 26, 2017
Being Your Own Best Friend
Learn the power of mindful self-compassion with Kristy Arbon, the founder and CEO of HeartWorks. Self-compassion is learning how to offer yourself the acceptance, love, and esteem you'd give to your best friend. Most people find this nearly impossible to do especially when they fail, becoming their biggest enemy instead of their best supporter. Kristy will be talking about the difference between self-compassion and self-esteem, and how to offer yourself kindness instead of harsh self-judgement, even under the worst circumstances.
57 minutes | Oct 19, 2017
Dissolving Negative Patterns into Transparency
Transparency: Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity is the next book in Penney Peirce's award-winning, visionary series of books on personal and societal transformation. We will be talking about how to identify soul-blocking habits and let go of everything that gets in your way - the obstacles, defenses, and fear based “clutter” - in order to create space for greater authenticity, clarity of purpose, feelings of belonging and joy.
56 minutes | Oct 12, 2017
The Tango Between Dark and Light
The signatures of chaos and resolution come together over and over again ~ spread out over long periods of time during the duration of our life. Popular Astrologer Carol Ferris will be explaining how Pluto: the energy of the underworld, the soul beneath, the deepest layers of psyche (individually and collectively) is in a fierce tango with Uranus: the energy of lightning bolt revelations, risks, changes, upheaval, and new life.
56 minutes | Oct 5, 2017
Embracing The Unexpected With Priscilla Gilman
Priscilla Gilman is the author of the acclaimed memoir The Anti-Romantic Child: A Story of Unexpected Joy (Harper), a beautiful exploration of our hopes and expectations for our children, our families, and ourselves, and the ways in which experiences we can't control may lead us to re-imagine our lives. Using literature as a touchstone, Gilman reveals her journey through crisis to joy, illuminating the flourishing of life that occurs when we embrace the unexpected. The Anti-Romantic Child was excerpted in Newsweek and featured on the cover of its international edition. It was an NPR Morning Edition Must-Read, Slate’s Book of the Week, and selected as one of the Best Books of 2011 by the Chicago Tribune.
55 minutes | Sep 28, 2017
Codependency underlies all addictions. The core symptom of “dependency” manifests as reliance on a person, substance, or process (i.e, activity, such as gambling or sex addiction). Instead of having a healthy relationship with yourself, you make something or someone else more important. Over time, your thoughts, feelings, and actions revolve around that other person, activity, or substance, and you increasingly abandon your relationship with yourself. Codependents struggle with being who they think others want them to be. Through the healing of codependency, a human being finds the opportunity to become self-actualized in the purest form. This journey towards self-realization is as much neurological as it is spiritual and as much physical as it is meta-physical. Join me on the journey as I unpack Codependency with author and expert Lisa Romano, who has devoted her life's work to this topic.
57 minutes | Sep 21, 2017
In order to tune into her sacred longing, and to hear the cry of her true desire, Yogini Britt Steele went alone into the forest for several days with nothing more than a sheep skin, a feather, and her prayers. As Britt says on her website: “Each day you wake up and you either move through life consciously -- paying attention to the details, or unconsciously -- going through the motions. It isn’t what happens in your life that makes the greatest impact -- it’s the perspective through which you see your life and what you do with what you see.” Britt will be sharing what she learned while in total isolation - how being at the mercy of the sun, sky, wind and rain expanded her world in a whole new way.
56 minutes | Sep 14, 2017
When you find out your partner has been sexually or emotionally unfaithful, you're in shock. You're angry and hurt, you feel betrayed, and you wonder whether anything you've believed about your partner is true. If you're the one who is involved with someone else, you feel like you've taken a drug you cannot resist, but you're stressed, confused, guilt ridden and afraid of being discovered. This disruption happens in over 40% of U.S. marriages. Today we're going to talk about why people break the bonds of fidelity, and the questions you must ask yourself---whether you're the one who has strayed or the one who discovers your partner. What tools can you use to cope with this relationship crisis? What can you learn from it? How can you navigate it, particularly if you have children and the stability of your home is at risk? And one more question to consider: Can an infidelity sometimes improve a marriage?
55 minutes | Jul 13, 2017
Born To Be Free
As a youth, Noah Levine was incarcerated several times. His first book, Dharma Punx, details teenage years filled with drugs, violence, and multiple suicide attempts—choices fuelled by disillusionment with American mainstream culture. His substance abuse started early in life—eventually landing him in a padded detoxification cell in juvenile prison. It was in this cell where he hit an emotional rock bottom and began his vipassana practice out of a place of extreme drug addiction and violence. While incarcerated, he saw for the first time how the practice his father taught him gave him the tools to relieve the fear. Levine is the son of American Buddhist author Stephen Levine. He received teacher training from Jack Kornfield of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California. Noah also credits the 14th Dalai Lama, Thich Nhat Hanh, Ram Dass, Joseph Goldstein, Sharon Salzberg, Norman Fischer, and Sylvia Boorstein as his teachers.
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