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Praying at the Speed of Love
88 minutes | 9 months ago
Clark Strand: Now Is the Hour of Her Return
This is a conversation unlike any other on Praying at the Speed of Love. Because the conversation isn’t really with Clark Strand. It’s with Ma Kali herself. And She’s quite the conversationalist! In the gentle hands of her boy, Clark Strand, we meander through some deep and even dark prophetic territory, hearing Kali speak in Her own voice and seeing Her in both her terror and beauty. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/31.
77 minutes | 10 months ago
Amy Grossblatt Pessah: Parenting on a Prayer
Prayer really comes alive in this conversation as we meander through the relationship with the divine as a relationship with a wise loving parent, a parent who wants nothing more than to give us all the mystical strength and vision we need to fulfill our tikkun olam, our contribution to the universal call to repair the world. And oh, does our world need repairing, does it not! Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/30.
72 minutes | a year ago
Christine Valters Paintner: Earth Our Original Monastery
This is the perfect conversation for a time of pandemic and quarantine. Christine invited us to explore how the monastic view embraces all of life—treasures and sorrows, cygnets and compost. She offered rich insights into the practices of Stability, Wild Edges, Grief, and the paradoxical state of Holy Indifference. She took us into a gentle meditation of memory—a heart practice to rediscover the gifts in small experiences. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/29.
73 minutes | a year ago
Phil Cousineau: The Art of Pilgrimage
Phil Cousineau startled us with the dangers of medieval pilgrimage—half did not return! Then, he reminded us pilgrim in Latin means “to put the sole of your feet to the soul of the world.” Think of that as we embark on our internal pilgrimages. All that in the first minutes! This conversation is a feast of history, meaning, and possibility. Just the food we need to transform quarantine to radical pilgrimage. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/28.
68 minutes | a year ago
Estelle Frankel: The Wisdom of Not Knowing
Estelle Frankel kicked off the conversation with a prayer: “Open my heart, open my mouth.” And then our hearts and mouths were opened and the conversation dropped deep into The Mystic as Estelle led us into wordless prayer, cries of the heart including howling, the prayer of silence, and how the three octaves of unknowing. Then she told the Passover story and suddenly it has a whole new meaning for everyone at this moment. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/27.
94 minutes | a year ago
Robert Corman: Wisdom for Spiritual Travelers
We opened with a gorgeous prayer Robert Corman wrote years ago. Then we dove into Journeys and Awakenings: Wisdom for Spiritual Travelers. Reading any of the 48 profound offerings feels like meandering through a mystical forest hand-in-hand with a wise and warm guide. Robert introduced us to a few of those guides and left us hungry for more, much more. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/26.
74 minutes | a year ago
HeatherAsh Amara: The Warrior Heart Practice
We began in Hong Kong with 7-year old HeatherAsh staring in awe as people bowed to rocks. We followed her to Thailand and India and back to the US, where the lack of reverence was startling. We got to listen in as a dream announced that a man was coming who would change her life. And he did. Don Miguel Ruiz introduced her to Toltec wisdom and HeatherAsh began her walk to becoming a powerful author and teacher of the heart. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/25.
76 minutes | a year ago
Neil Douglas-Klotz: How did Jesus really pray in Aramaic?
Everything you think you know about the “Our Father” or “Lord’s Prayer” goes up in smoke as Dr Neil Douglas-Klotz guides us into the sound and meaning of the prayer in Aramaic. From the get-go, it’s a shock. Our father? Maybe not! Whether you have loved this prayer or avoided it like a plague of patriarchy, you are in for a sweet surprise. As Neil extracts the prayer from 2,000 years of mistranslation, you just might find yourself falling in love. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/24.
62 minutes | a year ago
Mark Nepo—How does a poet pray?
In this intimate conversation, Mark invites us to feel what he felt singing the Torah and experience his grandmother’s living presence in a dream. He explains “indigenous perception” and invites us to hear the apple trees tell him he will survive cancer. Then, Mark welcomes Albert Schweitzer, Mechthild, Ghiberti, and Martin Buber into the room. He even gives us an unpublished poem on the truth about prayer. There is wonder in every moment of this sacred conversation. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/23.
82 minutes | a year ago
Dawna Markova—Living a Loved Life
This is a multi-layered miraculous conversation. On one level, it is a beautiful conversation with a beautiful woman, Dawna Markova, about how she evolved into the midwife and author we adore. But on another level, it is a conversation with a ghost—Dawna’s illiterate, Russian-Jewish, challah-baking grandmother, who may not have a name. You meet this woman. And find yourself tumbling head over heels into love. Because maybe, just maybe, Dawna’s grandmother is the wisest and holiest guru you’ve ever met. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/22.
63 minutes | a year ago
Peter Booth—Hafiz, the Poet of Love
If your heart is hungry for love—big love, mystical love, life-altering love—this is the conversation for you. Peter Booth answered the questions not with his stories or opinions, but with ghazals, couplets of love straight from the Persian mouth of Hafiz, the ultimate poet of love. By the end, we were in altered states, deep in The Mystic, just as Hafiz intended. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/21.
95 minutes | a year ago
The Way of the Rose Part 2—The Rosary and her Mysteries
Clark Strand and Perdita Finn take us on a deep dive into the Rosary to uncover her ancient mystical goddess secrets hidden in plain sight right under the nose of the patriarchal Catholic church. One big mystery is “The Mysteries” themselves, 15 stories that tell our story of human life and the story of human history. And then they talked about the Novena—and Janet revealed what she’s praying for. Oh My. NOTE: Episode 20 is part 2 on The Way of the Rose. Episode 19 with part 1 of this conversation aired December 5, 2019. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/20.
92 minutes | a year ago
The Way of the Rose Part 1
Sit down. Get ready. Love is coming. She's knocking at the door. When you start praying the ancient pre-patriarchal goddess worship hidden in every bead of the rosary, you will discover what my theme song has been telling you all along: “You are not praying; you are being prayed, prayed at the speed of love.” That is the power and promise of the rosary. And this is the power and promise of this life-altering conversation with Clark Strand and Perdita Finn. NOTE: Episode 19 is part 1 on The Way of the Rose. Episode 20 with part 2 of this conversation airs December 19, 2019. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/19.
70 minutes | a year ago
Stephen Post—God and Love on Route 80
As a boy, Stephen Post has a recurring dream with a strange prophetic message. Following the dream, he gets on Route 80, leaves his broken-down car on the side of the road, thumbs his way West, and—surprise—the dream unfolds in real time on the Golden Gate bridge. You couldn’t make this story up if you wanted to! It’s a wild ride filled with mystery, love, and prayer. And we get to take it with him in God and Love on Route 80. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/18.
73 minutes | 2 years ago
Hallie Iglehart Austen—The Goddess comes alive in you
Hallie offered her personal prayer practice and how it has evolved into action. Prayer without action is 1/3 effective, prayer with personal action is 2/3 effective, but prayer with collective action is 3/3. She created All One Ocean to excite collective action. Every piece of plastic removed is a prayer. We talked about the dramatic difference when divinity looks like our bodies, what is transmitted when we gaze at a goddess image, and what happens when we embody a goddess’s pose. To make it real we became Guanyin! Visit https://janetconner.com/17 for more.
94 minutes | 2 years ago
Kimberly Marooney— First Aid from the Angels
Kimberly opened with a prayer that quite literally opened our hearts. She shared how prayer has transformed her life from a miracle on the beach at 16 to the radical prayer that restored her to health after years of pain. That prayer opened the path that took her from financial consulting to angel consulting. We shared stories of being saved from death and the angel who did it. And finally, Kimberly taught us the 3 steps in effective prayer. You might not like the last one. Visit https://janetconner.com/16 for more.
85 minutes | 2 years ago
Mandara Cromwell—Making Sound Visible
We began hearing Mandara sing Gregorian chant in a gothic cathedral and watching halos on saints vibrate in response. We followed her as she followed sound to the Rig Vedas, Indian temple construction, Ayurvedic science, Chinese medicine meridians, even the Roslyn Chapel where sound is frozen in stone. Everything comes together in the new science of sound healing through cymatics. Listening to Mandara, your ears will open to a whole new love affair with the sacred power of sound. After a lifetime of exploring the relationship of ancient sacred healing arts and sound, Mandara Cromwell invented the AMI, Acoustic Meridian Intelligence device, an advanced sound technology nominated for the Thomas Edison Award for Innovation in the Fields of Science and Medicine. She studied cymatics with Dr Peter Manners and coined the term cymatherapy to refer to wave therapy based on his work. Groundbreaking images of the healing frequencies of her sound therapy devices are now available in her book Soundflower. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/15.
85 minutes | 2 years ago
Mallorie Vaudoise—Honoring Your Ancestors
Mallorie Vaudoise’s Neapolitan ancestors migrated to the US at great sacrifice to build a firm foundation for future generations. Mallorie grew up knowing life is not about being a consumer; it’s about being a steward for the next generation. She talked about ancestors beyond our bloodlines and how to venerate them and receive their blessings. In perfect synchronicity, Janet realized her desire to be “home” in the Hudson River Valley is the call of her Huguenot ancestors who came to America in 1624! Mallorie Vaudoise has a spectacular array of spiritual credentials. She is a witch of Italian Catholic descent and apprenticed to the world-renowned Italian folk musician and shaman Alessandra Belloni. In addition, Mallorie is an initiated Olorisha priestess in Lucimi and a Quimbandeira com licenca in Brazilian Quimbanda. Mallorie writes a wildly popular blog, Italian Folk Magic, and just published Honoring your Ancestors. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/14.
86 minutes | 2 years ago
Dr Christine Page—The healing power of the sacred woman
Christine was nurtured by her Scottish Fae mother and grandmother who knew the land as “sovereign queen.” Perfect grounding for Dr Page’s life’s work helping women remember we are made in the image of the Great Mother. She talked about how our wombs mirror the waxing and waning of the moon, culminating in the dark moon when we are most powerful. And she gave us a 3-day ritual to embrace that dragon power. Now you know why the patriarchy has to kill the dragon! Dr Christine Page received her medical degree from the University of London and practiced allopathic and complementary medicine for 40 years. When she developed breast cancer, she recognized it as a wake up call from her soul teaching her to put herself first. She listened deeply, healed, and wrote The Healing Power of the Sacred Woman to help all women embody their true female gifts. Join our community and get your free gift at janetconner.com/13.
59 minutes | 2 years ago
Rabbi Tirzah Firestone—Intergenerational Trauma Can Be Healed
There are conversations, and then there are conversations. This intimate conversation with Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, author of Wounds into Wisdom, drops into a whole new place—a holy and sacred place. A place where everyone is holy. Everyone is sacred. There is no “other.” A place where there are no concentration camps. No traumatized children. No ancestral pain passed on and on and on. As she chants and prays, we are welcomed under her prayer shawl. Learn more and get your free gifts at http://janetconner.com/10.
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