Brave New Mind: A Conversation with Elliott Maynard, Ph. D.

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In this show, you will find more guidance in how to shift out of the linear form of thinking that traps us into endlessly repeating the mistakes of the past, and how to open ourselves to quantum thinking. You will hear numerous examples of the difference between these two kinds of thinking, and evidence about the breakthroughs possible when we shift to The New Paradigm. Continue reading

Healing Through the Power of the God Within: A Conversation with Ibrahim Jaffe, MD

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Listen to this compassionate, intelligent, dedicated physician as he describes this and some of the other remarkable experiences as he traveled the world studying approaches that went beyond treating symptoms to treating the true source of illness. Continue reading

Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple: A Conversation with Charles A. Francis

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In this conversation with Dr. Miller we will discover the real meaning of “mindfulness,” why it is helpful for meditation, and the 12 simple steps that can get you launched and begin to transform your life. Continue reading

Seeing With The Mind’s Eye: A Conversation with Michael Samuels, MD

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Michael Samuels, M.D., a physician, artist, guided imagery specialist, and author is one of the foremost experts in body, mind, spirit medicine today. Continue reading

The World of a Medical Intuitive: A Conversation with David MacKenzie

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You will be fascinated by this very intelligent presentation by a man who feels he is serving a sacred calling, as he discusses the tyranny of time, how to drop the trap of the clock, and how to live life with presence . . . even unto a graceful death. Continue reading

It’s Time for Slow Medicine – A conversation with Michael Finkelstein, MD

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Today we will explore the value of Slow Medicine, the holistic way of approaching human health that treats the whole person – body, mind, emotions, and spirit Continue reading

Beyond Polarization to Wholeness: A Conversation with Tom Atlee

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In this highly stimulating conversation we explore polarization and how we can instead awaken the inherent (and emergent) wisdom in a group. Continue reading

Women Healers of the World: The Traditions, History, and Geography of Herbal Medicine – A Conversation With Holly Bellebuono

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Our guest, Holly Bellebuono will take us on a tour through her discoveries of Herbal Medicine interviewing women around the world and telling their gripping stories. Continue reading

QuantumThink – The New Paradigm for Successful Living: A Conversation with Dianne Collins

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB) Just as we are witnessing a revolution in technology, society itself is also undergoing a far more profound collective transformation. This transformation is nothing less than the evolution of consciousness itself, our own minds and awareness. Even though the wisdom that has been passed to us through the ages,…

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

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB)When 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…

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Empowered Caregiving – Thriving, Not Just Surviving: A Conversation with Cindy Laverty

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB)Athletes need coaches because the job they do requires concentrated attention, hard work, and wise attention to their mental and physical balance. So do stage performers and top executives. Caregivers need coaches too – yet few get the kind of support they need. No wonder 20% of caregivers are clinically…

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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. Continue reading

Excuse Me Doctor! I’ve Got What? – Taking Ownership Of Your Health – A Conversation with Dr. Melissa Clarke

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB)Melissa Clarke is a practicing physician who has studied acupuncture, been dean of a medical school, and has written a book that should be on everybody’s bookshelf. It’s entitled: Excuse Me Doctor! I’ve Got What? – Taking Ownership Of Your Health And Making Healthcare Reform Work For You. In this…

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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. Continue reading

The World’s Greatest Valentines Day Gift And How You Can Give It – A Conversation With Patricia Evans – And A Free Loving Relationship Meditation

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB)Since the original St. Valentine expressed his reverence for love by illegally and secretly performing marriages for Roman Soldiers, even though they were forbidden, because the Emperor believed that unmarried soldiers were braver and better fighters, this day has come to be thought of primarily as a time for the…

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Jan Adrian and Emmett Miller MD

How To Live With Cancer and Other Chronic Illness: A Conversation With Jan Adrian of Healing Journeys

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 46:39 — 21.4MB) Today’s show is about healing, and it offers valuable information for anyone whose life has been touched by a chronic illness. And that goes for caregivers as well as patients. Today’s guest is Jan Adrian, Master of Social Work and Founder and director of Healing Journeys, an organization that…

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Midwifery Today: A Conversation with Alison Osborn And Daymora Taylor

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB)Midwifery is literally “as old as the hills”. With the movement towards delivering babies hospitals that occurred in the last century, midwives became rare. There has been a recent upsurge in the use of midwives, and not only because hospitals are becoming repositories of infection with “flesh eating bacteria” that…

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Pain As A Social Issue [Article]

Self-Esteem and Your Map of the Universe: You react or respond to events in your life according to the image that you hold of yourself, your image of the external world, and the relationship you visualize as existing between them. This is why two people can have widely different responses to events that appear the same. A physician, therapist, or…

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Integral Nursing, A Modern Day Florence Nightingale: A Conversation with Barbara Dossey

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB) In keeping with the International Women’s Day theme for 2014, Inspiring Change, we are honored to bring you a conversation with Barbara Dossey, PhD, who Dr. Miller refers to as the “Florence Nightingale of our time. If you have a watered–down image of the original Florence Nightingale, then you haven’t…

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The Inner Game Of Stress: A Conversation With Edd Hanzelik, MD

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:00 — 22.9MB) Although people talk about stress all the time, most do little more than complain about it. In our conversation with Edd Hanzelik, MD, Author of The Inner Game of Stress, we will explore a very neat, powerful and easy to use technique to deal with stressful situations. Dr. Hanzelik, who…

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