What if you had only a few years left to live?
Would you want to know? Dr Guy McPherson says you have the right to
know. His newest book "Extinction Dialogs, how to live with death in
mind" is a candid conversation about just that. What will you say after you hear him out? Listen in and find out.
Balance and Beauty, how are they related and how do we attract them in our daily lives. Our guest, LuAnn Cibik is a Master Educator of Interior Alignment. She offers tips for listeners on increasing abundance and harmony as well as space clearing and how to maintain your office or home. She's amazing!
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What does it mean to be clairvoyant? Does it come to people who aren't looking for it? Babs shares her life experience as a clairvoyant, how it began for her and what she does with this sensitivity to the subtle realms. For more information on Babs work, see her bio on the Consultants page at www.pilgrimsway.com. Enjoy
Our topic today is living off the grid. Our Guest, Theo Maehr; speaks from experience! A Stanford grad, his diverse professional from a professional diver to Waldorf Teacher, he shares his passions, vision and wisdom.
Stephanie Besmehn talks with us today about the subtle energies that make up the majority of our environment and how we can command alignment with complete support. A fascinating conversation, don't miss it.
Today on Simple Life Radio our guest is local artist and author; Mary Beth Harris, who wrote "Me, A Caregiver?" Funny, informative and heart warming...This audio is about 40 minutes long.
A simple, under ten minute podcast on communications styles and tips to make the best of them; with stories to illustrate! Enjoy.
Listen online or download.
Rosalyn W. Berne, Ph.D. explores the intersecting
realms between emerging technologies, science, fiction and myth, and
between the human and non-human worlds. As a university professor she
writes and teaches about engineering and technology in society and the
ethical implications of technological development, often using science
fiction material in her classes. In her personal life she continues to
discover the transformational nature of human-equine relationships, and
offers facilitation and translation services for enhancing communication
between horses and their owners.
Dr. Rosalyn Berne will
be teaching a “Deep Listening Workshop” where she will use guided
meditations listening exercise, and brief lessons on how, when and why
we listen, or not, for our desire to hear what others are trying to say.
Dr. Berne will also be signing her book, When the Horses Whisper: The Wisdom of the Wise and Sentient Beings.
When the Horses Whisper
shows the capacity of horses to help us heal the human heart. It
expresses human language what horses have to say when given the chance
to speak. It is a story about the bond between horse and human, and the
communication made possible when the bond is based on love.
Conversations with fifteen horses, most of whom live and work in Costa
Rica, are featured along with their photographs, capturing them as
individual beings in service to humans on a shared evolutionary journey.
This journey amounts to the remembering of our whole selves in the
wholeness of creation, especially the parts we split off, deny, and
place in shadow because they are too painful. Horses, as the book shows,
can help us see these lost parts, and call forth our courage to reclaim
them. For the author, these included the loss of a newborn daughter,
the mental illness of an adult son, letting go of a thirty-year
marriage, and childhood sexual abuse. The story recounts the equine
healing work that helped in reclaiming her authentic self. This book is
testimony to the power of horses and equine healing work in
transforming life’s losses into a deeper human wholeness and a further
communion with the non-human world.
Pat tells his story of growing up in the deep south during the Jim Crow era, prior to the Civil Rights Movement. His book titled From Colored Town to Pebble Beach" is an authentic telling of his experiences that led up to his being the first black deputy sheriff in Monterey County.
On this program we often here from professionals like
doctors and lawyers; we've interviewed college professors,
historians, and journalists. Today we want to hear from another
group in our community. Let's find out what the young people in
our community have to say!
Tim Berggrin is in his first yer in college.
Tim's book mentions include:
World Religions, Houston Smith
Untethered Soul, Michael Singer
Our next in studio guest today has been on the show for
a while now. Miss Isabella Ball who has a book review of The Alchemyst, by author Michael Scott.