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How to Be a Holy Rascal
60 minutes | Dec 17, 2014
Paving New Spiritual Trails
Beverly Lanzetta, author of many books, including Nine Jewels of Night. What is triggering the new paradigm in religion? She advocates a new spiritual model that affirms oneness in life.
60 minutes | Dec 10, 2014
Divinely Attune Yourself to Music
Yuval Ron, internationally renowned World Music artist, composer, educator, peace activist, and record producer. He shares how music can transcend conflicts and create harmony in ourselves to do good for the world.
60 minutes | Dec 3, 2014
What Is the Future of Spirituality?
Tami Simon, founder of SoundsTrue, shares her insights and journeys of the "I," the Other for Now and the Future and how we relate to spiritual practice.
59 minutes | Nov 26, 2014
Robert Darden, gospel music curator, author of Nothing but Love in God's Water and other books, connects the roots of Civil War to civil rights music. Gospel music is work, freedom, and spiritual music. People, get ready.
61 minutes | Nov 5, 2014
Quakers and the Quran
Michael Birkel, a professor at Earlham College and author of many books, including his newest book, Quran in Conversation. How does a Quaker write a book about the Quran? How do we discern ancient text?
61 minutes | Oct 29, 2014
Roman Catholics and Lutherans Praying Together
William Frank Smith is the author of a series of books on Catholic meaning and symbols. He is an active member of the Mission of Atonement, Roman Catholics and Lutherans praying together in creating a better world. How can they do this with their differences?
60 minutes | Oct 22, 2014
Slowing Time and Blended Families
Barbara Mahany, author of Slowing Time, was a journalist at the Chicago Tribune. She was brought up Roman Catholic, married a Jewish man, and raised their children with both religions. It is a beautiful dialogue of bringing out the best of both religions.
60 minutes | Oct 15, 2014
Adventures of a Mormon Missionary
Craig Harline, author of Way Below the Angels and many other books, talks about his adventures in Belgium in the 1970s. Mormonism is uniquely American, the ins and outs of mission work, and the transformation of the missionary.
61 minutes | Sep 24, 2014
Forgiveness Altars and Listening Ceremony
Sobonfu Some, the foremost voice of African spirituality, teaches rituals for community building. Listen to her stories about fantastic ceremonies for listening to babies in utero, forgiveness, and the grieving process.
60 minutes | Sep 17, 2014
How Simple Can Simplicity Be?
Joan Tollifson, author of Nothing to Grasp, will discuss liberation—is it an illusion? The simplicity of the Pathless Path is seeing through our stories and beliefs to the boundless of who we are.
59 minutes | Sep 10, 2014
What Does Justice Ministry Look Like?
Brian Merritt, pastor of Mercy Junction, will have a conversation with Rabbi Rami about how food and gardens are the new ministries in urban areas and the future of the church.
59 minutes | Sep 3, 2014
What Is the Difference Between Awakening and Enlightenment?
Arjuna Ardagh, an awakening coach and author, reminds us that our awareness is who we are—it is not our story, and it is boundaryless.
60 minutes | Aug 27, 2014
Dena Merriam: Sometimes It Is Just About Communicating
Dena Merriam, the founder and convener of the Global Peace Initiative for Women and managing partner of Finn Partners, offers that most of our world problems are just how we see, hear, and speak. And what does Divine Feminine have to do with any of it?
60 minutes | Aug 20, 2014
Andrew Harvey: Put Love Into Action
Andrew Harvey, a man of many books and an important spiritual teacher for our age, talks about the Dark Night of the Soul and that the spiritual journey is not always rosy. What can we do to help the planet as it goes through its dark night of the soul?
61 minutes | Aug 13, 2014
Demystifying Islam: Tackling Tough Questions
Harris Zafar, national spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, lecturer, and author of Demystifying Islam, is not afraid to call out and criticize distorted perceptions and distortions of Islamic teachings.
60 minutes | Aug 6, 2014
What Did Jesus Really Say?
Dale Allen Hoffman, an Aramaic lecturer and author, breaks down a few prayers in Aramaic and English, with Rami breaking down in Hebrew. A feisty conversation about going beyond text, and the words, to truly experience life.
60 minutes | Jul 30, 2014
Soul Purpose in Ordinary Life
Thomas Moore was a monk for 12 years, a musician, a university professor, a psychotherapist, and author of many books, including the best-selling book Care of the Soul. He will be talking about his new book, A Religion of One's Own, and finding spiritual practices in everyday life.
60 minutes | Jul 23, 2014
Remembering Reb Zalman
Our guest is the Rebbe-on-the-Road, Rabbi Goldie Milgram, who will be talking about Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi who passed on July 3. Reb Zalman was one of the founders of Jewish Renewal. He called himself a Jewish Practitioner with Universal Truth.
61 minutes | Jul 16, 2014
Keep the Flame Going to Serve Others With Burnout
Robert Wicks is a man who knows how to handle stress. His work has taken him around the globe to help relief workers, veterans, and refugees, to name a few. His writings intersect psychology and spirituality, the mind and spirit. It is a beautiful thing.
60 minutes | Jul 9, 2014
Dying and Grumpy Family Members
Debra Zaslow is a wonderful nationally known storyteller and author. On today's show, she will talk about her new book, Bringing Bubbe Home. This is a larger topic of what do we do with our elders who are dying and who have been "difficult"? What is the healing for them and for ourselves?
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