Crazy Wisdom Saves the World Again: A Conversation with Wes “Scoop” Nisker

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Podcast: Play in new windowWhen I entered the field of medicine in the 1960s, my goal was to transform medicine, to develop a new paradigm and a new way to practice the healing arts. My plan was to create an integral approach utilizing the rationality and technology developed by the West blended and balanced by the philosophies of the East…

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Spiritual Activism: A Conversation with Andrew Harvey

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In this passionate, inspiring conversation with this clearly brilliant and gifted man, he shares with us the essence of what he has learned and written about in his more than 30 books, and taught in his classes at Oxford and Cornell Universities. He shares with us the ideas of Spiritual Activism that have made him world famous.

Compassion, Empathy, Caring, and Healing: A Conversation With Roshi Joan Halifax

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Joan Halifax and I were a part of that rich broth of creativity and humanism that was exploring new dimensions of healing, personal growth, and spirituality at Esalen Institute back in the 1970s. Roshi Joan Halifax is an anthropologist and an activist, a wild child of the sixties and a celibate Zen priest.

Thoughts On Home, Community, Liberty, and Our Land: Conversation With Noted Novelist Will North (Part two)

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Like snails, we carry a home with us wherever we go – except that this home is within us. You will see ways that this home can resonate with an environment.

Coaching For Caregivers: A Conversation With Yosaif August

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Podcast: Play in new window “Life isn’t what happens to you,” as Yosaif reminds us, “life is what you do with what happens to you!” Yosaif August is a life coach who focuses on helping people live their lives with purpose, passion, and possibility – and, he specializes in coaching for caregivers. It’s true, if we depend on just the…

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Dr. Bernie Siegel

Love, Medicine, Miracles And Bernie Siegel: A Conversation With Bernie Siegel

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This conversation with Dr. Siegel will center on the healing potential within human beings and how the mainstream medical system fails to recognize it.

The Wisdom of the World: A Conversation with Angeles Arrien, Ph.D. [Free Podcast]

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Angeles Arrien Ph.D. has been one of my favorite people for many years, as one of those who has been as interested in trans-cultural approaches to psychology, spirituality, and global healing. You will love some of the profound insights she shares about cultivating hope, uplifting the human spirit, and awakening our potential for collective wisdom and transformation.

Developing an Attitude of Gratitude [Article]

Gratitude is an emotion and an attitude towards life that has been shown to be important in healing the body and mind and is central to positive relationships and happiness itself. Although this has been recognized for centuries by many religions, it has been shown scientifically to produce these benefits only in the past few years.

Don’t Be A Dick, Be A Jane – A Conversation with Elisa Parker, Honoring International Women’s Day [Free Podcast]

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This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is “Inspiring Change,” and in keeping with that, today’s guest is a superhero when it comes to inspiring women to discover their personal purpose and passion, and to bring that passion into action in the world. Elisa Parker is the co-founder, president & host of the award winning radio program, See Jane Do, and where she shares her wisdom, experience, and guidance serving women, social justice, and the environment.

You Are What You Think – Thoughts as Vitamins of Deep Healing and Happiness

“You Are What You Eat.” We are all aware of that. But are you just as aware that it is also true that “you are what you think”?
It is true that the physical aspects of your body are intrinsically related to the food you eat, since the atoms that your body incorporates from the food you eat is who you are physically. But in truth, you are much more than just your body.

Sondra Barrett

Understanding the Secrets of Your Body’s Cells, Wisdom at the Cellular Level – A Conversation With Sondra Barrett PhD

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Together we explore Sondra Barrett, PhD’s story of what convinced her to bridge medical science and self-healing strategies, and what we have learned about how and why music is healing to the cells of the body. Discover how we can see not only intelligence, but something sacred in our cells and molecules.

A Conversation With Brad Willis

Beyond Health to Peak Wellness – Warrior Pose: A Conversation with Bhava Ram [Free Podcast]

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Bhava will share with us some of the extraordinary experiences he had while pursuing his goal of bringing public attention and healing support to people around the world whose lives have been wounded or destroyed by war. You will be fascinated, moved, and inspired to discover the incredible healing experience that guided him to his discovery of Mind-Body medicine.

Confronting Cancer Resources

The cancer resources posted on this page are CDs, DVDs, and books that should prove valuable in marshaling your mental, emotional, spiritual, and social resources to support your healing your cancer.   Cancer Self-Help Manual and Workbook This workbook is designed to provide you with practical tools to assist you in developing a positive expectancy that your treatment will be…

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Resources for Healing and Empowering Your Inner Warrior

The following materials – free resources, CDs, DVDs, books, and downloads provide opportunities to help with your personal growth, healing, and full expression.

Beyond The Sandy Hook Shootings – What Do I Need To Know and Do?: A Conversation With Dr. Daniel Amen and Dr. Judith Prager [Free Podcast]

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Today’s two guests will address two issues – What might be going on at the neurological level in the minds of mass murders like these, and what might we do about finding and treating them? – is the first.
The second issue has to do with what can we do to help those who have been traumatized by horrific acts like these – whether we are first responders at the scene, or if we have to deal with the families or friends of victims, or even people we know or serve that have been traumatized by just being exposed to the news.

Thriving in the Face of Severe or Fatal Illness – A Conversation with Erica Kosal [Free Podcast]

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A diagnosis of a severe, chronic, or fatal disease can be devastating – and the devastation itself can make the disease worse. There is another option – resilience!
In this conversation we explore the value of the fighting spirit, not only that of the patient, but that of the caregiver as well. Here is insight in taking control of an adverse situation, and some inspiration for finding fortitude during trying times in your life.

Togetherness, Creating And Deepening Sustainable Love: A Conversation With Cyndi Dale & Andrew Wald [Free Podcast]

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We don’t need to sacrifice the “heights” of relationships (such as we feel in the beginning of relationships) in order to experience the depths (that come only after a relationship matures over a longer period of time). Here are some hints on how to experience both simultaneously.

Dr. Saputo

The Value of Having a Physician Who Cares: Dr. Saputo [Free Podcast]

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Dr. Saputo sees illness as being primarily an opportunity to learn. You’ll learn how Dr. Saputo treats pain as a message leading to the discovery of higher purpose, how he sees his primary purpose as care and support, and how he treats the people he sees as friends rather than as “patients”.

Presence and a Sense of Place: Conversation With Noted Novelist Will North (Part One)

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In this interview you will learn how a place is more than just a space, and some of the characteristics of those places that kind of feel like home. You will receive some valuable ideas about how you can do an even better job of creating your own life and live it with more integrity.

A Conversation With Brad Willis

The Power Of The Spirit to Heal And Empower Peak Performance: A Conversation With Brad Willis [Free Podcast]

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We can rise from the ashes of the worst losses and illnesses, heal ourselves, and create high level wellness and peak performance. No one exemplifies this potential better than former war correspondent Brad Willis, our guest on this edition of Conversations with Extraordinary People.