Ani Anderson - Can Finding Your Purpose Help In Healing?

February 22, 2019

Ani Anderson – Can Finding Your Purpose Help In Healing?

Aired Friday, 22 February 2019, 7:00 PM ET

In this episode, Ani Anderson, the creator of the Find Your Soul’s Agenda process and co-creator of Sensation-Based Mindset coaching shows us how to discover your soul agenda to navigate life’s challenges with grace and gratitude rather than the toxic emotions that ultimately affect our health, vitality, and quality of life. We also learn how to:

• Discover that one word that describes your soul’s agenda,
• Ways to reduce stress and heal from within by optimizing where we are,
• And breaking though conditioned patterns or responses so that life is enjoyed not endured!
• Plus so much more

Ani Anderson, MS, OT, LMT, CEMP, SBMC has had many outward successes in her life, from Broadway to business, however her most treasured success has been becoming a person, wife, and parent that she’s proud to be. She is the author of ‘Find Your Soul’s Agenda: The One Word That Will Make Your Whole Life a Success.’ Learn more about Ani and your Soul Agenda at and listen to this delightful interview Friday, February 22, at 7 PM ET.

Radical Brilliance with Arjuna Ardagh

February 21, 2019

Radical Brilliance – Uncovering the Secrets of How Brilliance Occurs with Arjuna Ardagh

Aired Thursday, 21 February 2019, 7:00 PM ET

What caused Albert Einstein to recognize the general theory of relativity laying in his bathtub? What caused Steve Jobs to re-imagine the personal computer, and the phone, and then to imagine a tablet that didn’t even exist until everyone realized they had to have one? Why do some people have ideas that change the world while others live lives of quiet imitation? What are the components that contribute to an original, creative, and brilliant life?

After studying the subject and speaking to 420 extraordinarily intelligent people for his latest book, Radical Brilliance, Arjuna Ardagh knows the secrets. What’s more, he claims, anyone with the right understanding and willingness to make shifts in their lifestyle can not only create the optimal environment for innovative originality to thrive.

If you’re looking for ways to increase your creativity, bring more brilliance into your life, and make a contribution to the evolution of human consciousness, join Sandie this week when guest Arjuna Ardagh will be sharing the secrets of the “Brilliance Cycle,” which shows us that when four very different styles of activity repeat in a cyclical fashion in the same life, brilliance is the result.

ARJUNA ARDAGH is a bestselling writer, public speaker and executive coach, who has trained more than 2000 coaches over the last 25 years. He is the author of nine books, including the 2005 #1 National Bestseller The Translucent Revolution. His latest book, Radical Brilliance, is the anatomy of how and why people have original ideas which change the world. He has been a speaker at conferences all over the world, including at Google and the United Nations.


The Dr. Kevin Show - Nevin Eckert

February 21, 2019

The Dr. Kevin Show – Nevin Eckert

Aired Thursday, 21 February 2019, 6:00 PM ET

Please join in the conversation! – 202-570-7057

A letter from Nevin:

Dear Friends, I see a missing link, as there is so much consciousness around alternative health, wellness, spirituality, yoga, organic food, veganism, raw food and superfoods, and yet so little is considered about the quality of the water we consume on a daily basis. Knowing that our bodies are mostly water, I believe the water we consume to significantly effect the underlying matrix that determines our ability to achieve optimal health on all levels. I believe the human body inherently possesses a vastly greater potential of health and vitality than what is commonly believed by most people and our health care institutions. People and health professionals everywhere are starting to recognize how important cellular hydration is to ones personal health and longevity. Could the next breakthrough in significantly reducing disease and enhancing ones quality of longevity be the discovery of maintaining proper cellular hydration?

Effective hydration and eliminating toxic exposure are essential issues when considering the quality of water we drink on a daily basis. It is becoming common knowledge how toxic most tap water has become, and awareness is growing about the fact that many bottled waters are potentially just as toxic as some tap waters and cannot be trusted. Not to mention the use of plastic bottles with their harmful effect on our environment. A common issue for many is drinking water that does not quench ones thirst, ancient knowledge and modern science are now merging to make known what quality of water facilitates deep cellular hydration. Consider thinking about the quality of water one drinks in the same terms of the food we eat, it needs to be clean and nutrient dense, the same principle applies to the water we drink. Being responsible for our environment and taking control of ones daily drinking water needs at home is the sustainable and most healthy option, providing us what we really need – a self-sufficient source of safe healthy water.

My philosophy and approach to water is based on the understanding that:when water is in its purest form, and at its highest quality, it is a living substance endowed with the physical and energetic qualities inherently necessary to nourish a living organism on all levels.

From my study of a school of Natural Science in Austria, I know the very best water for our health is Spring Water, and yet all springs are not of an equal quality. Among Earth’s many naturally occurring water sources are ‘truesprings’ and ‘seepage springs’, with truespring water being the very best water for drinking. Seepage springs simply seep downward until hitting impenetrable rock strata, at which point they seep back to the surface, never coming close to the deep layers of the Earth. Truespring water, however, travels the complete hydrological cycle from high in the atmosphere, down to the deep molten layers where it is purified and reborn, and back up through the mineral and stone layers feeding and maturing the water before it emerges at the surface of the Earth. It is purified and fortified within its journey of the full hydrological cycle, ready to nourish and support LIFE to the highest levels. For an in depth explanation on newest scientific discoveries of how our bodies cells function and cellular hydration please read my article, “The Quality of Water We Drink, How it Effects Optimal Health“.

Sophie Michèle - Being A Woman Today

February 21, 2019

Sophie Michèle – Being A Woman Today

Aired Thursday, 21 February 2019, 5:00 PM EST / 2:00 PM PST

Strong & Wild…How is a woman like a dandelion?

A Dandelion is one of the hardiest plants that grows everywhere whether you want it to or not. Its seeds are easily blown everywhere by the wind. Every part of the dandelion can be used and has many healing properties.

A woman is strong, resilient and will generously share her energy with the world. In this time of reclaiming our power and our place in society is it also time we acknowledge our true nature?

Join Kathy Williams and Sophie Michèle as they discuss being a woman today and acknowledging all of our parts – even the ones we made secret!

Sophie was born and raised in Paris, France and moved to the United States to go to the University of Southern California school of Film and Television. She went on to produce large scale events such as the The Three Tenors Concert in Paris and a Musical Spectacular in Las Vegas.

Curious about the corporate world, Sophie also worked for Rolex Watch USA and The American Funds to help them revamp their workflow processes. Already, she was instilling the seeds of change, asking these companies to consider ways of doing things that were neither traditional nor familiar. Today, Sophie speaks around the world about Leadership, Business and how nothing is really wrong with you. A mom of two teenagers and successfully divorced, she has an abundance of things to talk about to shake things up.

Being a Living Innovator in the Remarkable

February 21, 2019

Being a Living Innovator in the Remarkable

Aired Thursday, 21 February 2019, 1:00 – 3:00 PM EST

“A man is never the same for long. He is continually changing. He seldom remains the same even for half an hour.” – George Gurdjieff

With these few sentences, George Gurdjieff described his own life, one of constant change on the road of personal awakening. Join us as we explore with John Adago, from the roots of his own personal experience, how to be as alive as Gurdjieff says we can be. We will delve into John’s personal stories of awakening and how it has allowed him to impact others.

The ability to reach people and encourage them to go beyond their head and their intellect allows us to be a living innovator. Learn how to impact somebody deeply and build community around what the most moving thing in your Universe is. Learn how to go beyond all the things that get in the way so that you can bridge separate realities, connect with the unreachable and fully live your message to make a difference.

We are excited to go deeper in our exploration of the remarkable with John Adago, who will be sharing his own depth of experience of meeting the Remarkable during his 40 years of exploration. Join us as to learn how to invite a sense of remarkableness into your every day life.

• Glenn Brooks, Host
• John Adago, Host
• Lisa LeRose, Executive Producer

John Adago has been a student and teacher of Philosophy for over 45 years, he has led groups in the study of philosophy, economics and meditation. He has founded several corporations, has been a builder and entrepreneur. He is the author of East Meets West, Ancient Wisdom Can Enrich Your, Life Today, The Story Teller and A Grandparents’ Tales.

He’s been interviewed on over 50 radio stations and lectured around the country. A father and grandfather, he lives with his wife in New York City.

The author is available to speak to groups and can be contacted at:

Lisa LeRose Wellness practitioner & Executive Producer is a natural health advocate, educator, counselor, international speaker, and eternal optimist. She believes that good health is our body’s natural state and that if you give your body the right environment and support… it can heal itself. Learn more about Lisa at:

Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati - Practices to Stay Rooted in Inner Stillness

February 21, 2019

Practices to Stay Rooted in Inner Stillness

Air Date 21 February 2019 at 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST

Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati at Parmarth Niketan discusses the following topics and answers questions from seekers from around the world, during her daily Satsang from the banks of the holy Ganga River:

~ Practices to stay rooted in inner stillness

~ Evaluating spiritual progress & spiritual growth

~ Accepting a challenging present moment

~ Connecting to our real spiritual identity

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Tina Malia - Miraculously Medicinal Mantras

February 21, 2019

Tina Malia – Miraculously Medicinal Mantras

Aired Thursday, 21 February 2019, 9:00 AM EST / 6:00 AM PST

What is the best medicine? Could it be laughter? Joy? Music? Perhaps all these elements in concert. “I attribute my sense of well-being to chanting mantra. It is so simple and yet so extraordinary” states world-renowned visionary musical artist, Tina Malia. Join Kara Johnstad and Tina Malia for a joyful conversation on the seemingly miraculous qualities of mantras.

A prolific singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, and sound engineer, Tina expresses her radiant inner landscape through song. Tina’s love of sacred chant is reflected on her 2005 album Jaya Bhagavan, and now again on her newest release – Anahata – Mantras for a Heart Wide Open, where she sings deeply moving Sanskrit mantras to heal us and guide us back to wholeness Tina Malia is a beloved pioneer in a growing community of people around the world dedicated to residing in harmony with the Earth, and expressing it through art, health, education and music. Tina claims that “music, through its sheer beauty, has the power to free the heart, uplift the soul and connect communities all over the world. When we gather together to sing, dance, pray and remember our connection to life and one another, we are touched by the simple act of love moving through sound. I can not think of a better way to spend my time than sharing this joy.”

Shai Tubali - The Seven Chakra Personality Types

February 20, 2019

Shai Tubali – The Seven Chakra Personality Types

Aired Wednesday, 20 January 2019, 8:00 PM ET

Chakra is a lovely word derived from Sanskrit and usually translated as wheel or disc. Referring to the spinning wheels of energy or light making up the subtle body, each chakra is associated with an aspect of body, mind and spirit. Meditation on the Chakras promotes health, balance and peace. Do the chakras also relate to our personalities, our relationships with others and the way we see ourselves in the world?

My guest this week on Destination Unlimited, Shai Tubali, says there is a direct correlation between each of the seven major chakras and our personalities.

Shai Tubali is an author, speaker and innovator in the field of inner transformation and personal development. He is a leading authority in the field of self-development and self-empowerment. In his writings and teachings, he skillfully combines psychology, philosophy, Yogic traditions and Eastern thought and practices, into powerful processes of inner transformation. Shai has lives in Berlin where he runs the Human Greatness Center. At his center, he leads yearly schools and holds seminars, training, and talks, all broadcast online drawing participants from around the world. Born in Israel in 1976, Shai became an active journalist and columnist in Israel’s major newspapers and one of its leading radio stations. His writing career started at the age of 19, where he became nationally recognized as a novelist. Though he is mainly dedicated to direct guidance, he has never neglected his artistic passions. His latest creation is as a filmmaker, writing and directing his first short film, “After The Future”. He is the author of several best-selling books and joins me this week to discuss his latest work, The Seven Chakra Personality Types.

Irene O’Garden - Risking the Rapids

February 20, 2019

Risking the Rapids: How My Wilderness Adventure Healed My Childhood with Irene O’Garden

Aired Wednesday, 20 February 2019 at 4:00 PM EST / 1:00 PM PST

Irene O’Garden has won or been nominated for prizes in nearly every writing category from stage to e-screen, hardcovers, children’s books as well as literary magazines and anthologies. Her critically-acclaimed play Women on Fire (Samuel French), starring Judith Ivey, played to sold-out houses at Off-Broadway’s Cherry Lane Theatre, and was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award. Her new play, Little Heart, won her a Berilla Kerr Playwriting Fellowship and was awarded full development at the New Harmony Play Project. O’Garden was awarded a Pushcart Prize for her lyric essay “Glad to Be Human,” (Untreed Reads.) Harper published her first memoir Fat Girl and Nirala Press recently published Fulcrum: Selected Poems, which contains her prize-winning poem “Nonfiction.” On January 31, 2019 O’Garden’s upcoming memoir, Risking the Rapids: How My Wilderness Adventure Healed My Childhood is being published by Mango Publishing.

O’Garden’s poems and essays have been featured in dozens of literary journals and award- winning anthologies (including A Slant of Light, USA Book award Best Anthology), and she has been honored with an Alice Desmond Award and an Oppenheimer for her children’s books.

A seasoned and entertaining presenter both on stage and video, O’Garden has appeared at top literary venues: including The Player’s Club, the Bowery Poetry Club, Nuyorican Poetry Café, and KGB in Manhattan; The Poetry Café, Mycennae House and Vinyl Deptford in London, and all throughout the Hudson Valley. She’s a regular contributor to 650―Where Writers Read, in New York City and Sarah Lawrence College and has received several grants from Poets and Writers. Irene also presents to an audience of hundreds annually at the Global Seth Conference.

O’Garden has presented at children’s literature conferences at Vassar and NYU and teaches poetry workshops at New York City schools. She is especially pleased to bring the national River Of Words program to Hudson Valley schools under the auspices of The Beacon Institute of Rivers and Estuaries. O’Garden is a proud member of The Dramatists Guild, The Authors Guild, Actor’s Equity Association, The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and The Society of Scribes.

Irene O’Garden has lived joyfully with her husband John Pielmeier for over 40 years. Pielmeier, who is most known for his play Agnes of God, also writes movies and miniseries for television. In 2018 Scribner published his first novel, Hook’s Tale, and his stage adaptation of The Exorcist played London’s West End and will open in New York this year. They live and write in Garrison, NY.

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Brian Robertson and Simon James - Magician to Mystic

February 20, 2019

Magician to Mystic: A Mediumistic Path to a Spiritual Life with Brian Robertson & Simon James

Aired Wednesday, 20 February 2019, 3:00 PM ET

Join us for another “Wisdom Wednesday” of INSPIRED LIVING RADIO as we welcome to the show for the first time, Internationally known mediums, teachers, senior tutors, and course organizers at the Arthur Findlay College in Stansted, England and Directors of ‘The Inner Quest Foundation’ in Victoria, Canada, Brian Robertson and Simon James! We will be discussing their new book, ‘Magician to Mystic: A Mediumistic Path to a Spiritual Life’ (Sorry… NO READINGS during the LIVE show). This is going to be a FANTASTIC show as we discuss the many pathways to mediumship and spiritual development!

TOPIC – ‘Magician to Mystic: A Mediumistic Path to a Spiritual Life’

As long as we believe that enlightenment is to be found outside of ourselves, we miss the point. We live in a culture which rarely encourages the natural faculty of intuition. Instead, we create heroes, follow mentors, and idolize Hollywood stars because we fail to recognize the greatness within ourselves. In our tradition, we nurture the intuitive nature, the natural inner knowing that leads us back to our Beauty. When you awaken to who you are, to your true nature, then you may truly begin on the path of enlightenment. Enlightenment is not just about sitting and bathing in the light, becoming one with everything. We must act. We must do. We must feel. Then we may come to know.

“Everyday Mediumship:” All human beings have the potential to be both the inspired and the inspirer because we are all connected to the Soul of All. Practical inventions, works of art, mathematical theories, musical compositions, and medical discoveries – in short, everything we have ever created is the outflowing of inspiration. We all become the medium for inspired thought and, in this sense, we become an everyday medium.

About the Guests:

Brian Robertson is an internationally known medium, spiritual lecturer and highly respected teacher of transcommunication. He is founder and president of the Inner Quest, a center of study for the ethical development of mediums and serious students of the intuitive arts. He teaches at major colleges and institutions around the world, and is a much sought-after advisor to multi-faith religious organizations, sharing the breadth of his esoteric knowledge both as a keynote speaker on international platforms and in documentary film, radio, and television.

Simon James is one of today’s finest classical spiritual mediums and a living link to the British tradition of the early 20th century, having been one of only five mediums chosen to be personally trained by the renowned Gordon Higginson. He is a director of the Inner Quest in Canada and teaches at major centers in Australia, Great Britain, the United States, Europe and around the world. Simon James holds a degree in Applied Psychology and has extensive knowledge of mythology, the tarot and related disciplines which inform his work with mediums, teachers and medical professionals worldwide.