Aired Sunday, 15 January 2017, 4:00 PM ET
The life and work of Benjamin Creme. Diana Gold Holland interviews Felicity Eliot, co-editor of Share International magazine, whose close collaboration with Mr Creme spanned several decades. A glimpse into the day-to-day relationship of Mr Creme with his Spiritual Master, the Master’s work in the world and his involvement with Share International magazine.
About Share On The Air Radio
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Aired Sunday, 15 January 2017, 2:00 PM ET
People are now choosing hospice as a end of life experience.. to transition at home. Peaces Passages is a complication of hospice experiences by a hospice nurse.
Janet Wehr, RN, QTTP is a registered nurse of 22 years who has devoted the last 17 of those years to caring for hospice patients and their families. Presently, Janet works for Harbor Light Hospice, a nationwide organization which provides care to those who are terminally ill and those who are dying. Janet has also been actively involved in the healing modality of Therapeutic Touch for over 20 years and is a Qualified Therapeutic Touch Practitioner. She teaches regularly at the Theosophical Society in America. Janet is a member of the Therapeutic Touch International Association, the American Holistic Nurse’s Association and the Theosophical Society in America. She also sits on the board of directors for Saret Charitable Fund, a local agency which serves the homeless and needy of DuPage County, Ill.
Janet is the author of Peaceful Passages: A Hospice Nurse’s Stories of Dying Well (Quest Books, 2015), which is her first book. Peaceful Passages is a joyful collection of stories about Janet’s experiences in witnessing the death of her patients during her years as a hospice nurse. Her first-hand account gives illuminating and comforting insight into the spiritual aspect of what occurs in the transition between life and death, highlighting the importance of the mind-body-spirit connection as it manifests in the dying process. It also gives a candid impression of hospices and hospice nurses and the services they can provide. All of Janet’s 46 personal stories are true, fascinating, heart-felt, and thought-provoking. Through her authentic examples, readers gain understanding, hope, and a sense of peace about what is, after all, an inevitable experience for us all. And with that sense of peace, comes joy.
Janet was born and raised in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, but has lived most of her life in the suburbs of Chicago. She is married and has three grown children, two stepchildren and eight grandchildren! Janet’s passions include nature, gardening, family time, reading and enjoying the solitude of the cabin in the Wisconsin wilderness that she and her husband built together.
Peaceful Passages: A Hospice Nurse’s Stories of Dying Well at Quest Books, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and multiple other booksellers.
Aired Thursday, 12 January 2017, 6:00 PM ET
Pete is a Business Transformation and Goal Achievement Expert. He is the CEO of Win Enterprises, LLC, a business consulting and coaching firm. He is also the co-founder of the Business Consultant Institute to grow thriving 6 and 7-figure consulting companies. Pete is a keynote speaker and the author of multiple books, including Act Now! A Daily Action Log for Achieving Your Goals in 90 Days, Elite Business System: Insider Strategies of Industry Leading Consultants, and The Ultimate Game Plan: Power Up Your Consulting Business and Skyrocket Your Revenues.
Aired Thursday, 12 January 2017, 4:00 PM ET
Have you ever wondered about the impact that technology has on your relationship? Do you often find yourself looking at your screen rather than at your partner?
Many couples report that technology interrupts couple time and intimacy, and that they rarely feel they truly get time alone. Today I am talking to Kate Moyle who is one of the Founding Partners of Pillow Play, the app which is trying to tackle this problem by using technology to help couples get creative and playful with intimacy, bringing them together rather than driving them apart.
About the Guest Kate Moyle
Kate Moyle is a Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist and Founding Parnter of Pillow Play App. She helps those she works with by giving them the safe and contained space to explore their issues around sexuality and understand the role that it plays in their life.
She believes in a Homeodynamic model that understands sexuality in terms of mind, brain, body and emotion coming together and impacting each other continuously to work creatively with her clients to find the changes that they are looking to achieve. Alongside her busy private practice she is a part of the team that launched Pillow Play App which was created as a tool to help bring couples closer together.
Pillow Play helps busy couples in a busy world make finding those five uninterrupted and special minutes together easy, and even better makes them count.
Aired Sunday, 12 January 2017, 2:00 PM ET
In the age of online dating, finding a real connection can seem more daunting than ever. But, what if there is a way to stack the odds of finding the right person for you in your favor?
Everyone wants to find love, but few really understand how and why people become attracted to one another; how to move toward or away from commitment; and the important role the brain and nervous system play in the creation of love and romance.
Join Sylvia and Dr. Stan Tatkin as they discuss practical tips that you can use to prepare yourself for dating and love so that you’ll be ready to meet your ideal partner and know how to make a meaningful connection.
About the Guest Dr. Stan Tatkin
Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, is the author of Wired for Love, Your Brain on Love, and Love and War in Intimate Relationships. He has a clinical practice in Southern California, teaches at Kaiser Permanente, and is an assistant clinical professor at UCLA. Tatkin developed the Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT®) and together with his wife, Tracey Boldemann-Tatkin, founded the PACT Institute.
For more information about Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, visit: www.StanTatkin.com
How to Break Out of Negative Patterns and Other Topics
Aired Thursday, 12 January 2017, 11:00 AM ET
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:
~ How to break out of negative patterns
~ How do we raise consciousness in the world?
~ How to help someone who does not want to be helped?
~ Detatchment from the fruits of our actions
Aired Wednesday, 11 January 2017, 8:00 PM ET
When we think of the roots of Western Civilization, our minds go to ancient Greece and the great philosophers like Pythagoras, Plato and Socrates. The question arises, were their ideas and concepts original and unique to them or were they inspired by others… other cultures and other civilizations?
What would you think if you were told that there were Ashrams in Europe 2500 years ago or that many of the famous Greek Philosophers studied in India and were directly influenced by the great yogic traditions?
My guest this week on Destination Unlimited, Linda Johnsen, says there is impressive historical evidence for this and that Western tradition bears a striking resemblance to Eastern spirituality.
Linda Johnsen is a long-time student of religious philosophy. She holds degrees in Eastern and Western Psychology and has post-graduate training in Theology and Sanskrit. She is the award winning author of eight books including Daughters of the Goddess: The Women Saints of India and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Hinduism. Hundreds of her articles have appeared in Yoga International, Yoga Journal and other publications. She joins me this week to discuss her new book, Lost Masters: Rediscovering the Mysticism of the Ancient Greek Philosophers.
Aired Wednesday, 11 January 2017, 3:00 PM ET
Join us for this “WISDOM WEDNESDAY” at 12pm PST / 1PM MT / 2pm CST/ 3pm EST on INSPIRED LIVING RADIO as we welcome special guest; Kenji Kumara. http://omtimes.com/iom/shows/inspired-living/
What is our next evolutionary step; How do we transcend the world of pain and suffering?; How can we tap into our Spirit? How do we know if we are progressing according to our Soul?
Sharing the joy of awakening with the world, Kenji Kumara is one of the world’s leading visionaries and pioneers in the field of energy consciousness. He is a world-renowned speaker, teacher, facilitator, and intuitive healer, and has directly helped guide and teach people from every corner of the globe into a new light and understanding of their spiritual potential. Kenji has developed a unique energy wave consciousness called, Quantum Lightweaving ®, that makes the shift simple, effortless and easy.
He has been highly praised for his unique ability to help people understand their life’s purpose and claim their true destiny.
His dynamic approach to activation challenges the conventions of the old paradigms that are no longer valid, by integrating shifts of wave energy consciousness. This quantum wave experience is a simple approach that helps people to change their thinking, reconnect to their spirit, and see the world with a new perspective of joy and bliss. Kenji is passionate about empowering and inspiring people to tap into their unlimited potential. The result has been helping people to overcome major difficulties, deep transformation and conscious energy shifts, simply with ease and grace. Kenji Kumara has dedicated his life to service as a clear and inspired channel for ascended healing energy frequencies, and serves as a quantum catalyst for self-realization and mastery.
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVRsQHgUcbO_oohvd9Sjd7A
Aired Wednesday, 11 January 2017, 2:00 PM ET
Today’s Stars are Sister Judy Bisignano and Sandra Morse
Sister Judy Bisignano, a Dominican nun, is the coauthor of Sister Jaguar’s Journey, her book and DVD about how participation in the sacred rituals of the Achuar people helped in her transformation from self-rejection to self-forgiveness.
About the Guests Sister Judy Bisignano and Sandra Morse
Sister Judy Bisignano, a Dominican nun, is a fierce educator, and in so many ways a rebel. SISTER JAGUAR’S JOURNEY (both the film and the book) tells the story of her difficult childhood, and her attempt to avoid family life, marriage and motherhood by entering the convent, where she was met with an even more abusive situation. Ever the survivor, she worked with children and founded two alternative schools. Yet when the school she started for the Mexican-American community was closed, she was forced to confront the devastating affects of her lifelong anger. Sandra Morse, her friend and mentor, asks Sister Judy to go with her to the rainforest of Ecuador and participate in the sacred rituals of the Achuar people. It was here in this moment, in this place, with these special people, that she found God, healing and forgiveness.
Sandra Morse is a communications philosopher with a private practice in Tucson, Arizona. Simply stated, she shows people how to listen! Sandra will soon be guiding her 15th eco-retreat to the Amazon jungle. There, visitors from the North immerse themselves in the ecology of the rainforest and the spirituality of the Achuar people. Participants return home with a new perspective of their place on the planet and in the universe.