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Bridget Finklaire - Red Dress

Bridget Finklaire - Red Dress

August 12, 2021

Bridget Finklaire – Red Dress

Aired Thursday, August 12, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

Imagine that you are in your mid-thirties to early forties, and you feel called to make dramatic changes in your life. How would you do this? Would you pull up stakes and follow your intuition into an amazing new life?

My guest this week on Vox Novus, Bridget Finklaire did just that! Bridget Finklaire is an author and spiritual teacher with almost 30 years of experience. She is a qualified and experienced psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, and healer, and was a professional therapist in London’s Harley Street. Bridget left England in 2012 for Cape Town, where she now lives with her South African husband. She loves teaching, writing, and speaking. Weaving together the threads of her spiritual and professional journeys, she designed “The Bone Circle” – a unique, transformative, and life-changing program that ties together three significant areas of expertise: Intuition & creating, the sacred & the metaphysical, and therapy & healing. Her website is http://bridgetfinklaire.com and she joins me this week to share her path and the novel spawned by her experiences and heralded as “the new Eat, Pray, Love,” Red Dress.

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Jeffery Young - Beth: Legacy of Love

Jeffery Young - Beth: Legacy of Love

August 5, 2021

Jeffery Young – Beth: Legacy of Love

Aired Thursday, August 5, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

The lessons learned in high school are often more than higher education. They involve socialization, adulting, personal responsibility, and personal values. What happens when two friends take divergent paths, and a tragedy awakens one to the truth of these values.

My guest this week on Vox Novus, Jeffery Young, shares the fictionalized story of two young women he attended high school with and the tragedy that led to transformation. Jeffery Young is an award-winning writer and Army veteran whose multi-faceted career has included work in the culinary field and the newspaper industry. Jeffery holds degrees in communications and criminal justice, and his work with AmVets California garnered interest from President Ronald Regan. He is also the author of the book, Tales Out of Church, which is a collection of short stories told by an over-imaginative Catholic priest. He joins me this week to share his heart warming and redemptive book, Beth: Legacy of Love.

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Judy Wilkins-Smith - System Dynamics for Individuals & Organizations

Judy Wilkins-Smith - System Dynamics for Individuals & Organizations

July 29, 2021

Judy Wilkins-Smith – System Dynamics for Individuals & Organizations

Aired Thursday, July 29, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

In 1966, Paul Simon wrote a song called “Patterns” and the lyric intimated that we are all born with fixed “patterns” that we cannot change. Is this true? Are there ancestral patterns of emotions, beliefs and attitudes that are inherited, just like DNA?

My guest this week on Vox Novus, Judy Wilkins-Smith, says that we may learn to recognize these patterns and change the “dynamic”, leading to healthier, happier, and more fulfilling lives. Judy Wilkins-Smith is a highly regarded organizational, individual, and family patterns expert, systemic coach, trainer, facilitator, thought partner, leadership conference and motivational speaker and founder of System Dynamics for Individuals & Organizations. She has 18 years expertise in assisting high performance individuals, Fortune 500 executives and their teams as well as legacy families, to break limiting cycles and reframe challenges into lasting breakthroughs and peak performance. Her website is https://judywilkins-smith.com/ and she joins me this week to share her experience and methods.

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Dr. Kac Young - Living the Faery Life

Dr. Kac Young - Living the Faery Life

July 22, 2021

Dr. Kac Young – Living the Faery Life: A Guide to Connecting with the Magic, Power and Joy of the Enchanted Realm

Aired Thursday, July 22, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

When we hear the word faery, just about everyone envisions little winged beings, flitting about in the garden or forest, creating magic and sometimes mischief. Are faeries real? What is the foundation of the lore behind them and how may we embrace faery magic in our lives?

Returning to Vox Novus this week, my dear friend Dr. Kac Young has made a study of faery life and how we may connect with this enchanted realm. Kac is the author of 25 books on the metaphysical and magical. Kac Young has been a producer, writer, and director in the Hollywood television industry for over 25 years. Kac has also earned a PhD in Natural Health and a Doctorate in Naturopathy. She completed 36 courses in nutrition from Baylor University. Clients come to her for advice on health, nutrition, and spiritual well-being. Using her third Doctorate degree in Clinical Hypnotherapy, she helps people manage weight control, smoking cessation, behavior modification, stress reduction, past-life regression, and phobia management. She teaches workshops and classes in Metaphysics including, Crystal Healing, Essential Oils, Bach Flowers, Pendulum energy, Moon Energies, Feng Shui, and practical classes in healthy eating and finding the perfect partner. When not writing or teaching, Kac travels the globe experiencing the energies of international sacred sites and working with advanced masters from many traditions. Her website is https://www.kacyoung.com/, and she joins me this week to share her latest book, Living the Faery Life: A Guide to Connecting with the Magic, Power and Joy of the Enchanted Realm.

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Robert Allen - Self-Care: Let’s Start the Conversation

Robert Allen - Self-Care: Let’s Start the Conversation

July 15, 2021

Robert Allen – Self-Care: Let’s Start the Conversation

Aired Thursday, July 15, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

Listeners to Vox Novus are conscious and compassionate people, often in the role of lovingly caring for others, family, and friends. Sometimes this comes at the cost of self-care and occasionally care-taker burn out. How may we start the conversation of self-care for caretakers?

My guest this week on Vox Novus, Mental Health Advocate Robert Allen, says self-care is crucial for health and many people do not actually understand what it is or how to use it. Robert Allen is a mental health professional, growth coach, and author with multiple advanced degrees in the areas of business, counseling, education, divinity, healthcare, and leadership. With more than 20 years of experience in both the public and private sector, Robert has served in various industries, from education, military, law enforcement, business, mental health, and ministry. He is the founder and CEO of New Dimensions Consulting Services, a company that specializes in helping businesses, entrepreneurs, and everyday people maximize their talents and leadership by engaging them through innovative mental health initiatives, trainings, and retreats. His website is ndcssolutions.com and he joins me this week to share his path and his book, Self-Care: Let’s Start the Conversation.

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Vincent Higginbotham - How Witchcraft Saved My Life

Vincent Higginbotham - How Witchcraft Saved My Life

June 17, 2021

Vincent Higginbotham – How Witchcraft Saved My Life

Aired Thursday, June 17, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

Can magickal practice profoundly change your life? May it help to transcend trauma, abuse, neglect, and addiction and open pathways to a new and powerful life?

My guest this week on Vox Novus, Vincent Higginbotham, suffered multiple traumas as a child. After a decade of living on the streets, his path opened with a degree in industrial design and an understanding and practice of magick that changed his life forever! He joins me this week to share his story and his new book, How Witchcraft Saved My Life: Practical Advice for Transformative Magick.

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Stacey Aaronson - Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother

Stacey Aaronson - Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother

June 10, 2021

Stacey Aaronson – Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother

Aired Thursday, June 10, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

When Stacey Aaronson was born, her mother, Bree, was sixteen and barely out of braces. Hastily wed to Stacey’s dad and divorced soon after, Bree raised Stacey with his and her parents’ loving support. Growing up together in an often role-reversal scenario and mistaken for sisters, Bree would come to say, “I didn’t raise Stacey. Stacey raised me.”

Stacey Aronson joins me this week on Vox Novus to share her story that has been called the “The Extraordinary Journey of a Mother-Daughter Duo Reminiscent of Gilmore Girls.” Stacey Aaronson relishes finding awe in everyday miracles and embracing self-reinvention. Thanks to self-taught graphic design skills and a heaping spoonful of Universal magic, in 2011―after twenty years in retail leadership roles―she began designing books for authors. Today, Stacey is an established writer, ghostwriter, editor, book designer, and publishing partner who has been involved in the full or partial production of over two hundred books. She delights in working with authors of multiple genres within her business, The Book Doctor Is In, and as a layout artist for She Writes Press. She lives with her soul mate, Dana, on Whidbey Island in Washington state with their Maine Coon Kitty and the scads of birds, deer, and squirrels that roam their property. Her website is https://www.staceyaaronson.com/ and she joins me this week to share her heart-warming story and new book, Raising, and Losing, My Remarkable Teenage Mother.

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Dr. Steven Eisenberg - Love Is the Strongest Medicine

Dr. Steven Eisenberg - Love Is the Strongest Medicine

May 20, 2021

Dr. Steven Eisenberg – Love Is the Strongest Medicine

Aired Thursday, May 20, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

Between 1995 and her transition in 1998, I supported and loved my late partner, Judi, through her challenge with cancer. I would be at her side during rounds of chemotherapy and would lighten her spirit by telling her jokes. Calling on an accumulated repertory of every joke I had ever heard, she would laugh or boo, depending on how good or bad the joke or my delivery was. It made the time in the chemo chair fly by and took her mind away from the daunting experience.

I recently learned of an amazing oncologist who uses song to do the same for his patients. My guest this week on Vox Novus, Dr. Steven Eisenberg, is known as “The Singing Oncologist.” Every day, Dr. Steven helps patients fight cancer using both time-tested conventional therapies and innovative medical technologies. At the same time, he helps them overcome negative emotions by cultivating acceptance, love, and self-compassion in a deeply personal way, through laughter, empathy, and the music he plays and sings for and with them. Dr. Steven Eisenberg is a triple-board-certified physician in internal medicine, medical oncology, and hematology. He earned his undergrad degree at Penn State and a D.O. at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine before completing a three-year medical oncology and hematology fellowship at Georgetown University’s Vincent T. Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. His research publications include articles on novel therapies for cancer, and his special interests are breast cancer treatment, cancer prevention, patient engagement, and new health care technologies. Dr. Eisenberg is the co-founder of cCARE, California’s largest medical oncology practice. He serves as the practice’s Medical Director of Integrative Oncology, as well as its unofficial CEO (Chief Empathy Officer). He is also co-founder of Workup, Inc., a collaboration platform for health care teams. His work has been featured on NBC’s TODAY as well as in People magazine, Huffington Post, US News & World Report, Reader’s Digest, and many other publications. He is the host of The Dr. Steven Show and podcast. His website is https://drsteven.com/ and he joins me to share his path, his compassionate approach and his new book, Love Is the Strongest Medicine: Notes from a Cancer Doctor on Connection, Creativity, and Compassion.

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Rabbi Tuvia Teldon - Eight Paths of Purpose

Rabbi Tuvia Teldon - Eight Paths of Purpose

May 13, 2021

Rabbi Tuvia Teldon – Eight Paths of Purpose

Aired Thursday, May 13, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

I’ve shared on this and other programs a teaching I received when I enrolled in The New Seminary of New York in 1997. It was the first interfaith seminary, founded by my late mentor, teacher, and friend, Rabbi Joseph Gelberman, as well as thought leaders and teachers from many different faiths. Rabbi Gelberman shared with us a Hebrew expression, HaKol Beseder. Literally translated, it means everything is in order. But his sharing was that it had a greater meaning; that everything was unfolding in Divine Order. He shared that events may take place that we may not understand, that may be painful and challenge our respective faiths, but that ultimately, there is a higher purpose at work. They key concept is purpose.

My guest this week on Vox Novus, Rabbi Tuvia Teldon, searched for this purpose after the tragic loss of his first son. In his quest, he found meaning and purpose in all of life’s challenges and circumstances.

Rabbi Teldon grew up in Staten Island, New York and graduated high school in St. Louis, Missouri. He received his rabbinical ordination from the Central Chabad Rabbinical College in Brooklyn soon after marrying Chaya Leet, who hails from Detroit, Michigan. They moved to Long Island in 1977 to establish the regional headquarters for the International Chabad-Lubavitch Movement and help build the Jewish community. Rabbi Teldon now serves as the executive director for the 34 Chabad centers in Long Island, with a staff of 54 full-time rabbis and their wives. He is also rabbi emeritus of the Chabad Jewish Center of Mid-Suffolk and a former member of the East Long Island cabinet for UJA-Federation. He serves on a number of international committees for the worldwide Lubavitch Movement in Brooklyn. He also hosts a weekly interview show on Altice Cable throughout Long Island. He and his wife, Chaya, a well-known global speaker on Jewish topics and a one-time special guest on The Oprah Show, live in Commack, Long Island. Their family now includes five adult children, their spouses, and a growing tree of grandchildren. His website is https://www.eightpathsofpurpose.com/ and he joins me this week to share his path and his book, Eight Paths of Purpose.

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Diane Millis - Re-Creating A Live

Diane Millis - Re-Creating A Live

May 6, 2021

Diane Millis – Re-Creating A Live

Aired Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST

“If you light a lamp for someone else, it will also brighten your own path.” These words have been attributed to Buddha, but the actual source is unknown. The truth in the statement is self-evident. May this same wisdom be applied to the words we share with others. Is the act of sharing our most life-giving stories with others not only illuminating for them, but also for us?

My guest this week on Vox Novus, Diane Millis, says that there is power in sharing our most life-giving stories. Diane holds a B.A. and M.A. in Communication Studies and a Ph.D. in Family Studies from the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota. Since completing her doctorate, she has studied theology and trained in spiritual direction, retreat direction, and the practice of interfaith dialogue. Diane has taught at a number of schools including the University of Minnesota, College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University, and Saint Catherine University. She currently teaches at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.

She is the founder of Companions on a Journey at the College of Saint Benedict, funded by the Lilly Endowment, Inc., and the Journey Conversations Project. She served as host and producer of Lives Explored for the Collegeville Institute. Diane has also served as a coach and consultant for the Lilly Endowment, Inc., working with leadership teams at colleges, universities, and theological schools throughout the United States. Her website is https://www.dianemillis.com/ and she joins me this week to share her path and her book, Re-Creating A Live: Learning How to Tell Our Most Life-Giving Story.

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