Affirmative Prayer

| with Rev. Beverly Molander | Monday at Noon CT
Affirmative Prayer

Program Overview

Activating the Power of YES means putting our hearts, minds, and voices behind the highest and best intentions of what we want—for ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities. Whatever we think, say, or do becomes a prayer to the universe, so learn to use this power wisely! Join Rev. Beverly Molander for Affirmative Prayer: Activating the Power of YES as she chats with a wide variety of well-known and respected guests from around the world to find out how they activated their own Power of YES—in relationships, health, prosperity, creative self-expression, or with organizations that make a positive impact. Instead of saying, “No, I don’t want that,” you’ll be saying, “Yes, yes, yes, that’s the kind of life and world I want!” Beverly or a guest says an affirmative prayer in the last show segment so you can learn how to use this valuable tool in your own life.

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The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.

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  • Original air date: Monday, September 22, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Get ready for some “easy listening” in an energetic New Thought way! It’s easy to listen to and understand the message Bob Sima portrays in his songs. As a singer and songwriter, Bob shares his musical journey, beginning with how he spent many years in the corporate world “Activating the Power of Maybe” until he decided to say “Yes” to his musical gifts. You’ll hear some portions of four of his songs during the show. You can also go to to purchase or listen to his music.  
  • Original air date: Monday, September 15, 2014
    Episode Description:
    What does prayer mean in the Unity tradition? How is the annual Unity World Day of Prayer acknowledged? Beverly talks with Amy Cousins, an ordained interfaith minister, certified grief recovery specialist, and spiritual counselor who has been prayer chaplain coordinator at two Unity churches. Amy describes the part prayer can play in every aspect of our lives and how Unity World Day of Prayer can help ground us and give us the freedom to be our best selves. She leads us in a meditation about being the Light for ourselves and others. Beautiful!
  • Original air date: Monday, September 08, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Do you remember "Yours, Mine and Ours," a top-grossing comedy in 1968 starring Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda? It was based on a true story of a widow with eight children marrying a widower with 10 children, and then having two more kids. However, it wasn’t the truth. Lucille Ball was even afraid of the stepdad. Tom North is one of those terrified kids from the original family. He tells what it was like to be a child living behind the scenes in a family filled with domestic violence and child abuse. Life isn't always as it appears, and even the worst of circumstances can eventually evolve into a fulfilling life. But what a bumpy ride it was.
  • Original air date: Monday, August 25, 2014
    Episode Description:
    If there really is an afterlife, what is it like? Author Roberta Grimes is a graduate of Smith College and a business attorney, but her personal experiences and research have led her on a different path—finding out what happens after death. What does this have to do with self-forgiveness, seeing our family, friends, and pets, time travel to other civilizations, and quantum physics? Ernest Holmes, founder of Religious Science, always encouraged us to be “open at the top” for new ideas … and here they are! 
  • Original air date: Monday, August 18, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Pranic healing has been around for a long time, but it is just starting to be understood in the Western world. Master Glenn Mendoza, M.D., says there is an energetic anatomy, as well as a physical anatomy, that can be healed. We all have the ability to understand and use this principle of clearing out the negative and leaving room for the divine healing energy that alleviates suffering and helps us live in an optimum way. For information about pranic healing and workshops, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, August 11, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Paramahansa Jagadish is an American-born master healer and spiritual leader who is known globally for his karma clearing and ancestral healing work. He has started The Prayer Project, a global movement that invites all of us to participate for three minutes, three times a day, in prayers that bring peace and healing to the world. For more information about how to participate and to download a copy of The Prayer Project book, go to  
  • Original air date: Monday, August 04, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Rev. Mark Gilbert has been going through his own spiritual evolution … from federal government leader, to minister, to writer and now, to global services coordinator at Centers for Spiritual Living. Mark describes, with loving appreciation, how the world is evolving and how we’re evolving with it. How can we understand and combine multiple world views and have the world become a better place because of it? How can we hold that same highest view of ourselves and our family and friends? Mark ties these concepts together beautifully on the show, and you can find out more on his (aptly named) website,
  • Original air date: Monday, July 28, 2014
    Episode Description:
    David Leonard, senior minister at CSL Huntsville, Alabama, has led Circle of Love Gatherings for more than a decade. He explains the new paradigm of more people listening from the heart rather than just with the mind. Chuck Hunner started his labyrinth journey in 1998 and describes how walking a labyrinth opens up a new way to have whole brain (right/left) thinking. Find out about the October 13–17 Circle of Love Gathering at For Chuck’s beautiful labyrinths and SOM jewelry, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, July 21, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Paul Graetz is pastor of Metropolitan Community Church in Atlanta. He tells us how he found his way from a Pentecostal upbringing to a New Thought way of life. He has transformed his thinking from feeling like he has to appease or appeal to that separate, dualistic God that many of us remember to recognizing the divine spark within. What a journey he has had! Dr. Paul explains how the act of simply "allowing" and recognizing "divine discontent" can open us up to the next part of our spiritual journey. Listen to his inspiring affirmative prayer at the end of the show.
  • Original air date: Monday, July 14, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Have you been involved in funeral planning lately? Did you know that embalming is not required in the 50 states; and neither is a coffin or casket for a ground burial? The Federal Trade Commission has a Funeral Rule booklet that is good to know about before you need it. It requires disclosure from funeral homes before you pay money or sign on the dotted line. It could save you a lot of money and anxiety. Joshua Slocum, executive director of the Funeral Consumer’s Alliance, tells us how we can be more proactive in planning for that ultimate day. Go to for this and much more information.
  • Original air date: Monday, July 07, 2014
    Episode Description:
    "Bless your clutter. Yes, you heard right. Bless it. Bless everything in your life that is superfluous, broken, burdensome, and overwhelming—because it is all here to teach you an important lesson, perhaps the most important lesson there is: what really matters." Lauren Rosenfeld cowrote Breathing Room: Open Your Heart by Decluttering Your Home with Dr. Melva Green, from the A&E show, Hoarders. This is a refreshing way of looking at making room around your body, mind, and soul. Ahhhhh.
  • Episode: Alexis Scott
    Original air date: Monday, June 23, 2014
    Episode Description:
    The National Center for Civil and Human Rights opens today in Atlanta, Georgia. Hear Beverly’s prerecorded conversation with Alexis Scott, vice president, member relations, as she describes what you will see, hear, experience, and remember for the rest of your life. The civil rights movement that started in the 1950s has had a ripple effect for civil and human rights all over the world. This is a must-visit destination. 
  • Original air date: Monday, June 16, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Rev. Beth Linguri is an American who discovered the heart of her ministry in Geneva, Switzerland. She has been on her own "hero’s journey"—called to the chaos of the opportunity—creating the Center—and finding the gift in it all—the weekly Sacred Circles that bring peace-minded individuals together to create an idea that is bigger than themselves. To attend, find out about, or contribute to the Center for Peace annual conference taking place August 22–24 in Geneva, go to To assist with work to be done at the Center through volunteering, being a practitioner, or helping with its ministry, contact Rev. Beth at
  • Original air date: Monday, June 09, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Author Dennis Merritt Jones discovers what he wants to know and then writes his next book about it. His latest book, Your (Re) Defining Moments: Becoming Who You Were Born to Be, describes each of us as we start out, newly born, without the external influences of anyone or anything. That is our authentic self. How do we live life so we can be that person we were meant to be? He reminds us that "Imitation is Suicide." What would your life be like if you were not imitating who people thought you should be?
  • Original air date: Monday, June 02, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Author Brenda Strickland grew up in the Unity tradition, so she understands what it means to experience the pervasive, all-encompassing energy of a creative intelligence in her everyday life. It helped that she was “prayed up” and living her belief when she was diagnosed with a disease in 1987. After learning a lot about herself, she had her last episode with the disease in 1998. Lilies hold a special significance in her life and are a metaphor for how the divine intelligence is at work in the world. To find out more about Brenda and her book Life, Love, and Lilies: Everyday Spirituality, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, May 19, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Walking the Camino—Six Ways to Santiago: 500 miles on foot. Bunk beds. Blisters. Stunning landscapes. World-class snorers. Hot searing sun, freezing cold rain. Kindness from strangers. Debilitating injury. Unexpected romance. Profound grief and deep doubt. Laughing with new friends. Total exhaustion. Join director/producer Lydia B. Smith and coproducer Annie O’Neil as they describe how they Activated the Power of Yes, spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically while producing this must-see inspirational documentary. 
  • Original air date: Monday, May 12, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Come and join us at the Death Café! It sounds foreboding, but there are more than 300 Death Cafés with more than 3,000 participants in Europe, North America, and Australia. Kim Ryder is a mom of a tiny daughter and a doula (midwife) who helps families move through the death process of their loved one. She founded a Death Café in Ettalong Beach in Australia. Mark LaRocca-Pitts is a board certified chaplain and is cofounder of the Death Café in Atlanta, Georgia. The Death Café is a safe and friendly setting to discuss death, dying, and end of life concerns while enjoying tea and cake! More info at
  • Original air date: Monday, May 05, 2014
    Episode Description:
    What is your “error” belief that keeps you in poverty/lack or in relationships that keep you down? Dr. Patrick Cameron says that we can discover our blockages, face them squarely, and release the power they have had over us to go from fear to faith. Find out how he works with Karen Smith, a single mother of four whose husband moved out of the country and nearly out of their lives. Dr. Patrick’s affirmative prayer is for Karen and the rest of us. You will want to listen again and again.
  • Original air date: Monday, April 28, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Juliet Vorster carried around a lot of stress stemming from her inner critic core beliefs and her background, which seemed to support those bad beliefs about herself. After 9/11 (and a nervous breakdown), Juliet learned how to unpick the old stories and create some new ones that were much more rewarding. Trained as a (Louise Hay) “Heal Your Life” teacher, Juliet later became a Centers for Spiritual Living practitioner in the U.K. Coincidently (not really!) she also has a radio show called “Saying Yes to LIFE!” 
  • Original air date: Monday, April 21, 2014
    Episode Description:
    You’ll want to read The Holy Universe from cover to cover. Author David Christopher talks about how he created this book as a narrative that transforms the scientific facts of the Universe into a soulful story of creation. Using the lessons from his Seeker and Sage characters, we learn how to look at catastrophe and crisis from a different perspective. David Christopher has gained the reputation of a modern day Kahlil Gibran and you will find out why when you listen.  
  • Original air date: Monday, April 14, 2014
    Episode Description:
    What’s going on with young people these days? Some are learning how to be good stewards of life at The Launching Pad, a unique young adult church and center in Berkeley, California, now opening centers in Utah,  Ashland, Oregon, and another in California. Meet Rev. Linda Reppond and Religious Science Practitioner Elisha Christoper Hayden, both with Centers for Spiritual Living, as they describe what it’s like to be in the presence of forward-thinking and enlightened youth.
  • Original air date: Monday, April 07, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Stan Tatkin has been a couples therapist for more than 15 years, specializing in "A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy." He describes why it is possible to stay “in the foxhole” together, especially when we accept each others’ flaws and irritations. He also offers advice for anyone seeking a relationship who doesn’t have one now. He is the author of Wired for Love, Your Brain on Love, and Love and War in Intimate Relationships.
  • Original air date: Monday, March 31, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Is everything "okay" in your life? Or do you have the "blahs"? Lu Ann Cahn tells how she shifted her life one day at a time in I Dare Me: How I Rebooted and Recharged My Life by Doing Something New Every Day. From taking the Polar Bear Plunge to talking with a stranger in the park, Lu Ann’s life took on new meaning, and yours can too. What a fun way to Activate the Power of Yes!
  • Original air date: Monday, March 24, 2014
    Episode Description:
    What is it like as the ninth child of a single mom, abused by an adoptive family, and then thrown into a foster home with gang members? Or to be born from a lineage of mother and grandmother in foster care, wrenched away from an abusive environment, put in a foster home, and age out with a life-threatening health issues to deal with on your own? The good news is that guests Eric Tyler Anderson and Davina Merritt successfully aged out of the foster care system and have ways for others to do the same. Visit www.erictyleranderson/bev.html to download free Eric’s book on overcoming the odds. Go to Davina’s organization at for Fostering Super Stars and how you can be a sponsor.
  • Original air date: Monday, March 17, 2014
    Episode Description:
    This is the most magnificent radio show yet! Centers for Spiritual Living Rev. Barbara Leger moved to Ukraine on September 11, 2001. These many years later, her beloved second country, Ukraine, is in the midst of turmoil. How do we focus on love and peace when fear and fighting appear? Joining Barbara are several of her practitioners and students from Temenos Center, Skyping in from Ukraine, as well as Anastasia, a Ukrainian practitioner Skyping in from Israel. These young women have a peace that passes understanding, knowing that something greater is about to be born out of this. For more information on Temenos, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, March 10, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Author Francis Weller says that we all have grief—for our lost selves, our loved ones, our community, the environment, and the world—and that grief unexpressed "hardens and becomes solid like a stone."’ This unprocessed grief is often diagnosed as depression. There are rituals we can do, together or by ourselves, that can help us contain our grief and then release it. What a wonderful way to Activate the Power of Yes. Visit
  • Original air date: Monday, March 03, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Katie Ray Jones, president of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, says the number is for anyone who wants to find out if they are in an abusive relationship (or knows they are). Call 800-799-7233 to talk about anything you want. Gail Patin, Hubbard House in Jacksonville, Florida, and Susan McGee, Humboldt County, California, domestic violence authority and author of Why She Stays: A Guide for Helping the Battered Woman and Survivors of All Genders, share how to stay safe, stop making excuses for the one who is abusing, and make steps to leave once and for all. We also talk about what friends can do to provide support for the person being abused. The Florida hotline number is 800-500-1119. Susan McGee is at 707-601-6042.
  • Original air date: Monday, February 24, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Rick Hanson describes how we can take steps in our everyday lives to change the makeup of our brain so that happiness is eventually built in. We can Have a positive experience, Enrich it by having more like it, Absorb how wonderful it is, and Link it to other positive experiences. This HEAL response soon becomes so strong that it begins to replace the negative experiences we thought would be there forever. We are installing, hardwiring happiness. You can do this too! Visit for more info about his new book, Hardwiring Happiness, and more.
  • Original air date: Monday, February 17, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Iris Bolton, a leader in suicide prevention, offers excellent insight and suggestions, but if you are hurting or know someone who is, go directly to the free 24-hour Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). For information on counseling and other resources in your area, go to the American Association of Suicidology, 202-237-2280 or The Link National Resource Center at 404 256-2919. Signs to look for: not/too much eating or sleeping, giving things away, talk about not being here in the future. Talk and take action to get professional help.
  • Original air date: Monday, February 10, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Dianne Collins paints a beautiful picture of how we are on the "edge of our knowledge" and that "just as we are witnessing a revolution in technology, society itself is also undergoing a far more profound, collective transformation." Quantum thinking is a moment-to-moment proposition that puts us right into an ever-expanding multidimensional universe. Sounds complicated, but Dianne makes it simple for us to absorb and apply. Her book asks, “Do You Quantum Think?” and soon you’ll be saying Yes!
  • Original air date: Monday, February 03, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Jim Withers is Activating the Power of Yes with a population that has been feared or ignored by so many of us—the homeless. In Pittsburgh alone, 10,000 homeless individuals, with more than 68,000 visits where they live along riverbanks, in alleyways, or beneath highway overpasses, have been helped, and 900 now have a safe place to call home. Now the movement has gone global—with nine International Street Medicine Symposiums and organizations in five continents. Dr. Jim describes why it is important to “meet people in their own reality.” Visit and for more information.
  • Original air date: Monday, January 27, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Centers for Spiritual Living, the international organization, has gone through a lot of changes and so has its president, Rev. Dr. John Waterhouse. His spiritual journey has included Christianity, Buddhism, and Native American practices, culminating as a Science of Mind minister over the past 25-plus years. Since CSL is inclusive, it makes sense that other spiritual experiences can be a part of one’s journey, and since CSL is expansive, it has moved into nearly every continent. Towards the end of the show, Dr. John says a Spiritual Mind Treatment, or Affirmative Prayer, for love, vision, and possibility all over the globe. This is not to be missed. 
  • Original air date: Monday, January 20, 2014
    Episode Description:
    Patrise Perkins-Hooker and Doug Hooker are a well-educated African-American power couple in Atlanta, Georgia, the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. As the Civil Rights Movement unfolded (1955–1968), Patrise and Doug were growing up; as they went out into the workplace they were usually the "first" ... first African American to be hired, head a committee, lead a department, serve on a board, be in charge. What was it like being first and how does it look for the second, third, and fourth generations of African Americans who are benefitting from the Civil Rights Movement?  
  • Original air date: Monday, January 13, 2014
    Episode Description:
    This show was intended to focus on the music of these talented singers, songwriters, arrangers, and musicians ... and the show took a turn when they described a life-changing experience that grounded their lives and their music even more. Are you ready to transform your life and your thinking? Take a listen.
  • Original air date: Monday, December 16, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Come and join us at the Death Café! It sounds foreboding, but there are about 300 Death Cafés with more than 3,000 participants in Europe, North America, and Australasia. Kim Ryder is mom of a tiny daughter and is a doula (midwife) who helps families move through the death process of their loved one. She founded a Death Café in Ettalong Beach (Australia) and Skypes in for the conversation. Mark LaRocca-Pitts is a board-certified chaplain and cofounder of the Death Café in Atlanta, Georgia. The Death Café is a safe and friendly setting to discuss death, dying, and end-of-life concerns while enjoying tea and cake! More info at
  • Episode: Bart Smyth
    Original air date: Monday, December 09, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Bart Smyth is a modern-day shaman—an American who has been living in Sweden and has traveled to the deepest parts of the Amazon in Peru and the caves in China to bring many kinds of healing modalities together. He started by healing himself many years ago and has helped countless others since then. Go to to find out more.
  • Original air date: Monday, December 02, 2013
    Episode Description:
    If you ever wonder what you will do for a vacation, perhaps it’s time to Be a “magnificent vehicle of love, transformation, and service so that people can volunteer in helping create safe, healthy, self-sufficient communities around the world. Centers for Spiritual Living minister Rev. Jill Gwen Braginets founded this organization that has had volunteers in Ghana, Ecuador, Haiti, and in the U.S., after the tornados in Joplin and Chattanooga and the hurricanes in New Jersey. These volunteers are all about “seeing wholeness despite appearances.”
  • Original air date: Monday, November 25, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Even when we don’t consider ourselves to be writers, we use words and stories to communicate every day. We can use that same skill to communicate with ourselves at a more spiritual level—on the printed page. Author Karen Hering describes how we can tap into our imagination and memory to open up a new world of understanding and peace. Her book is Writing to Wake the Soul: Opening the Sacred Conversation Within.
  • Original air date: Monday, November 18, 2013
    Episode Description:
    If you or anyone you know has ever considered being an adoptive parent, this is the show for you. National Adoption Day is about finding a permanent placement for children who have been living in the foster care system because of the neglect, abuse, or abandonment of their family of origin. It’s time for these kids to find a FOREVER FAMILY who will love, nurture, and support them throughout their life’s journey. Go to for links and lots more.
  • Original air date: Monday, November 11, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Medical schools and hospitals all over the United States are paying attention to programs that involve healing with the arts. Why? Because they work. If you, someone you love or your community has something that needs to be healed, Dr. Michael Samuels explains how to start and where to go from there. You don’t have to be an artist, musician, or poet to heal from sickness, depression, or post-traumatic stress; you can help facilitate healing all around you. Dr. Samuels' book is a 12-week program to heal yourself and your community. Websites to visit: and (about the healing of a river).
  • Original air date: Monday, November 04, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Online dating has become a great way for people to meet each other in their later years. Three special guests (55+) describe why they got online and what they learned about themselves and the people they dated. All ended up with committed relationships. When you decide to Activate the Power of Yes with a dating service, interesting things can happen … like expanding your heart and mind to new adventures and a bigger life. 
  • Original air date: Monday, October 28, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Kids aging out of the foster care system are at risk of not completing high school, and nearly 50% of those aging out may become homeless within six months. That’s why The Orange Duffel Bag Initiative is gathering community resources (human and organizational) to mentor kids on how to do basic life skills (open a checking account, rent an apartment, apply for a job), get these kids laptops, and provide them with a foundation they never had. A recent study shows that during the years between 13 and 24, a shift can take place in the brain, and many of these children/adults are learning a new successful way of viewing their lives. Download this show and pass it on to adults, nonprofits, and companies who can make a difference wherever they are.
  • Original air date: Monday, October 21, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Leading a prosperous life not only means having a feeling of abundance but having money too. Ernie Chu spent 30 years on Wall Street in investment banking and capital markets, and he is also a minister through Centers for Spiritual Living. Combining his knowledge, skills, abilities, and beliefs, Ernie gives us a practical way to increase our “spiritual portfolio” with the flow of money and good in our lives. His book, Soul Currency, has led the way to his next project, Solar Currency.
  • Original air date: Monday, October 14, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Catherine Carrigan is a medical intuitive who works with people all over the world. Her book, What Is Healing? Awaken Your Intuitive Power for Health and Happiness, provides us with helpful insights about how we can heal our bodies and stay healthy at the physical, energetic, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels (they are all One!). Catherine also leads us in a guided meditation that can be used again and again. For a free 15-minute intuitive reading, go to and mention that you heard her on this show.
  • Episode: David Leonard
    Original air date: Monday, October 07, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Whether you are beginning your spiritual journey or are a longtime spiritual practitioner of Centers for Spiritual Living or Unity, you are ready to be in a Circle of Love! Beverly interviews Dr. David Leonard about The Circle of Love Gathering, which offers spiritual nourishment outside a traditional religious framework and combines introspection/meditation, talks, music, workshops, and experiential activities for all.
  • Episode: Penney Peirce
    Original air date: Monday, September 30, 2013
    Episode Description:
    The Industrial Age, the Information Age … What’s next? The Age of Intuition. Penney Peirce describes how our physical and nonphysical worlds can no longer be separated. We can use our intuitive thinking to change our perceptions about ourselves and the world. She also leads us in a powerful meditation that shows how we can transform ourselves into vibrating, light-filled, energetic beings at the center of our consciousness. Sit back and let the good evolve out of this! 
  • Episode: Gesha Lobsang
    Original air date: Monday, September 23, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Gesha Lobsang is fulfilling the requests of His Holiness the Dalai Lama as Spiritual Leader of the only Drepung Loseling Monastery in the United States and through the Emory-Tibet Partnership, bringing together Eastern philosophy and Western science into a new kind of education and vocabulary. He talks about the Dalai Lama’s latest initiative to promote human values through secular ethics; and leads us in a meditation on compassion for ourselves and others. You’ll feel radiant after listening to this show!   
  • Original air date: Monday, September 16, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Does your mind go faster than the speed of light and in all directions? Are there parts of life you may be missing because of your busy lifestyle? Your mind, body, and soul might want you to calm down, and Rev. Dr. Edward Viljoen has a way to do it. As a minister with Centers for Spiritual Living, he practices meditation on a regular basis and shows how it can work, even for beginners who can’t sit still. His new book, The Power of Meditation: An Ancient Technique to Access Your Inner Power, can be purchased at
  • Original air date: Monday, September 09, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Paralympian Karin Korb just completed the Sadler Ultra Challenge—248 miles from Fairbanks to Anchorage with a HAND CYCLE … and that’s just the latest journey that continues to unfold since the gymnastics injury that put her in a wheelchair at age 17. Her powerful and centered way of looking at the world will make you glad to be alive … no matter what you are going through.
  • Original air date: Monday, August 26, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous speech during the March on Washington 50 years ago, in 1963. Beverly’s guest, Alexis Scott, was just 14 at the time; she has had a front row seat, watching the Civil Rights Movement unfold in her own backyard. Her grandfather founded the Atlanta Daily World, the nation’s first black-owned newspaper in the 20th century, in 1932. Alexis became publisher of the newspaper and has interviewed, or been on panels with, some of the top Civil Rights leaders of our time. Since that historic event, what worked and what still needs attention? Find out how Alexis views this historic event.
  • Original air date: Monday, August 19, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Are you sick of the way you are living your life? Is the way you are living it making you sick? That’s what happened to Beverly’s guest, Russell Shippee, author of Our Journey Is Our Work: Creating My Obituary. Today Russell is Activating the Power of Yes by making a difference, to his community, his family, and himself. Do you feel like your life is off course?  Are you letting someone/something else do the steering? You can be the captain of your life once again. Also joining us is Dave Savage, coauthor of The Best Memorial Service.
  • Original air date: Monday, August 12, 2013
    Episode Description:
    What would it be like to be a child and lose a parent or sibling through death? Kate Atwood and Emily Hawkins know all too well how this kind of loss can have a haunting impact on the rest of a child’s life. That’s why Kate’s Club was founded—to empower children and teens facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. There is a way to Activate the Power of Yes to life, even while going through the grieving process. If you or a friend or family member are going through this experience, do not miss this show. and National Alliance for Grieving Children,
  • Original air date: Monday, August 05, 2013
    Episode Description:
    You may have seen Nathalie Dupree on one of her PBS cooking series or you may have her cookbooks in your home. This is a chance to meet Nathalie on a more personal level as she talks about Activating the Power of Yes through affirmations, sharing her good tidings, and mentoring so many people on so many levels. Beverly and Nathalie are longtime friends, even sharing the heart and life-changing experience of Beverly’s adoption of her son 23 years ago. Learn about the person, Nathalie Dupree, when the TV camera isn’t turned on.
  • Original air date: Monday, July 29, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Are you surrounded by friends undergoing medical treatments for scary diagnoses? Perhaps it's time for us to revisit how healing takes place with Science of Mind principles. Founder of Omni Applied New Thought centers in Europe, Rev. Corey van Loon explains, "The master Jesus did not refer the blind to the eye doctor or the lame to the bone specialist. He knew without any doubt that his prayers would be answered." Rev. Corey says that we have lost sight that we can use that same knowing to heal today. Find out how you can get back in tune with universal healing. You may save a life or a quality of life.
  • Original air date: Monday, July 22, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Fasten your seatbelts ... Dr. Barbara King gives her opinions from a spiritual point of view on how we can look at matters of global importance as well as live every day from a spiritual perspective. Dr. Barbara is a global New Thought Leader who has been all over the world spreading the message of love, peace, and self-responsibility.  
  • Original air date: Monday, July 15, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Joyce Rennolds, "Motivator of One or a Thousand," motivates by showing us how we can motivate ourselves, and one of those ways is through "scripting." Do you really know how to script what you want/have in your life? It's twofold—scripting as in writing and scripting as in creating the script of your own personal life movie. How do you want your life to turn out? Joyce shows us how to do it. You can contact Joyce at
  • Original air date: Monday, July 08, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Jim Lockard, author of Sacred Thinking, is a Center for Spiritual Living minister with a lot of common sense. He talks about how spirituality is beyond a belief system ... it's a way of life. A good way to keep growing is to notice how our own beliefs are mirrored in the reactions we have to others. Is someone in your life rude? Outspoken? In your face? Find out how you can look at that differently ... and do something about it.
  • Original air date: Monday, July 01, 2013
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    No matter where you are in your personal or professional life, you can always go on a Vision Quest, and you don’t have to fast in a desert to do it. Beverly talks with Rosaura Cepeda about how organizations and individuals are going through their own rites of passage as they transition and transform into something even greater. Rosaura has worked with individuals from MIT, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and Johnson and Johnson, and she works with individuals like you and me as well. Contact her at

  • Original air date: Monday, June 24, 2013
    Episode Description:
    From cleaning out closets to avoiding the grocery store for weeks at a time, Jeff Shinabarger is on a journey to find out what is “enough” in every aspect of life. Some of his actions have been courageous and some just make good sense. If you have had more than enough of excess (food, clutter, furniture, clothes, wasted time), this is the show for you. Go to to find out more.
  • Original air date: Monday, June 17, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Your personal health isn’t a goal—it’s a daily standard. Rosa Parks didn't have a goal to ignite the Civil Rights Movement; she simply decided to set a standard about the value of her life. Derek Mills shows us how one different thought, idea, or decision can affect the outcome of the rest of our lives. “The 10-Second Philosophy” can release our inner genius by helping us set the standards we want to live by, every single day. To download his worksheet, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, June 10, 2013
    Episode Description:
    “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” That’s not what Jodi Sykes wanted to hear when she was diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma in 2009. She didn’t have much energy to do anything at all, especially with an impending divorce. Jodi takes us through her journey and what she learned from it. She put her blogs into a book, Living La Vida (Lymphoma). If you (or someone you love) have received a negative health diagnosis, Jodi can help you Activate the Power of Yes, even when every bone in your body is saying NO.
  • Original air date: Monday, June 03, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Got any family plans for Father's Day, Fourth of July or summertime? Dave Savage, Memory Keepers Video, gives some helpful tips on how to record your family tributes and stories as a legacy for generations to come. Don't know where to start? He’ll suggest how to get organized and what kinds of questions to ask. That's Activating the Power of Yes in a family way!
  • Original air date: Monday, May 20, 2013
    Episode Description:
    It has been said that “Children are our most important resource.” How can we Activate the Power of Yes so that our children grow, thrive, and represent humanity in the most positive way for future generations? Beverly Molander chats with children’s authors Evelyn Kahrs and Billy Davis as they give us a glimpse at spirituality today from a children’s perspective. Now, that’s how to create a legacy of Activating the Power of Yes! 
  • Episode: Bob Baskin
    Original air date: Monday, May 13, 2013
    Episode Description:
    We have seen values shift in the U.S. in areas such as civil rights, corporate punishment, domestic violence, and animal cruelty. What if we could shift the attitude from war to PEACE? Beverly Molander talks with Bob Baskin, president of the Peace Alliance, about what’s going on to make peacebuilding a reality. He shares some things we can do locally to have an impact globally. Peace begins with us!
  • Episode: Susan Shumsky
    Original air date: Monday, May 06, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Susan Shumsky, who has traveled to sacred places all over the world and was on the staff of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (founder of Transcendental Meditation), talks about Instant Healing through Affirmative Prayer (So appropriate for this show!). Her new book, Instant Healing: Gain Inner Strength, Empower Yourself, and Create Your Destiny, gives us examples of how we can use affirmative prayer in any situation. On the show, Dr. Susan will give us three examples of how to be receptive to instant healing, despite what is going on in our lives.
  • Original air date: Monday, April 29, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Can you imagine what the afterlife is like or that there is one at all? Beverly’s guest has been there too. Sandra Champlain tells us how her journey of exploration with afterlife, death, and grieving led her to realizing a more fulfilled life today. She is the author of We Don't Die: A Skeptic's Discovery of Life After Death. Find out more at
  • Original air date: Monday, April 22, 2013
    Episode Description:
    We are all One, and that includes every “one” and every “thing.” Beverly follows through with the Earth Day—Sing for the Trees show on March 11 when she spoke with Susan Elizabeth Hale about how we can use this day to bond with the earth and trees—the most natural part of us. Join Beverly to honor the trees and remember the continuation of life. Even as parts of nature appear to be coming to an end, yet another part of nature is just beginning. Our cycle of life continues.
  • Original air date: Monday, April 15, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Fascinating topic! Sleepologist J. Waterman skypes in from Toronto and reassurs me that I don't have to be frustrated about waking up at 4:44 each night! Find out how our five+ senses affect how we sleep and habits we can develop to maximize our sleep time. J. combines science, history, and biology to come up with a common sense approach to getting good sleep and making our “dreams” come true. A Best Guest for sure!
  • Original air date: Monday, April 08, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Ursula Lentine talks about pranic healing and how it can clear out our energy field and lighten up every aspect of our lives. She also describes the act of "cutting the cord" (with love) if there are relationships that keep appearing as unhealthy and unending. When Eastern philosophy meets Western medicine, there is an opportunity for real and lasting healing to begin. Go to for more info. She is available for counseling via meeting, phone, or Skype.
  • Original air date: Monday, April 01, 2013
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    Death. It comes to everyone eventually, but we are always surprised and upset when it comes to someone we love. Many of us take a loved one's death personally and find it difficult to cope with the loss. Grief can be debilitating, but it doesn't have to define the rest of your life. Beverly talks with Dr. Heidi Horsley, cofounder of Open to Hope Foundation, about how to learn to live again after a loved one dies.

  • Episode: Gloria Prema
    Original air date: Monday, March 25, 2013
    Episode Description:
    A quantum theorist from the U.K., Gloria Prema joins us from Saudi Arabia to talk about how we can meld science and spirituality, fact and faith and apply this to our everyday lives. For the basics, read “How to Be Spiritual (and Understand Quantum Physics at the Same Time)” on Kindle or go to
  • Original air date: Monday, March 18, 2013
    Episode Description:
    There are 117,000 people in the United States who need an organ transplant. We could all be potential donors, especially if we make it clear that, upon our death, our organs can be donated. Go to your state registry to find out how. Beverly talks with Emily Joyner about how the National Foundation for Transplants ( helps transplant recipients keep going financially as they get used to a new life that includes medication and constant follow-through. Beverly ends the program with an affirmative prayer on "Celebration With Gratitude" in celebration of her friend Stephenie’s kidney transplant!
  • Original air date: Monday, March 11, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Earth Day is April 22 and Songkeeper Susan Elizabeth Hale tells us how we can turn this event into a tree appreciation day, with “Sing for the Trees.” Pick and tree—any tree—and you can sing to its ancient roots and show appreciation for its past, present, and future. Lisa Parsons shares how this sacred act has enriched her feeling of being connected to the earth. Go to Facebook or YouTube for Earth Day-Sing to the Trees. Beverly has trees picked out for this special occasion. Which trees do you want to “hug”?
  • Original air date: Monday, March 04, 2013
    Episode Description:

    Barry Dennis is the guru of the Chotchky—those things that take away our power even though we didn’t realize they were enslaving us … stuff, trinkets, odds and ends, collectibles with no real value, technology, people, or feel-good promises of the next best thing. He talks about how we can take The Chotchky Challenge and get our lives back. If you’ve been drowning in thing, mind, and people clutter, perhaps it’s time to find out how less is more.

  • Episode: Donnie Winokur
    Original air date: Monday, February 25, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Activating the Power of Yes when your child has a syndrome that is all about NO, NO, NO—mom Donnie Winokur has been through a long and winding journey that was enhanced by the introduction of a great big lovable dog who has made a great big lovable difference. Get some background at
  • Original air date: Monday, February 18, 2013
    Episode Description:
    These three women and your host participated in One Billion Rising in Valentine’s Day. Find out our perspectives on the events in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New York City, as well as our thoughts on how we women can stand up and take more responsibility for our own well-being. Join Devla Imperatrix, Shasta Bridges, and Callahan McDonough as they share with host Beverly Molander on how to say NO to Activate the Power of Yes.
  • Episode: Lucky Mike
    Original air date: Monday, February 11, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Lucky Mike reminds me of Johnny Depp. A sort of easy-going pirate and adventurer who is always willing to try new things and meet new people. Lucky Mike has written several books around his adventures that take place in the United Kingdom, Africa, and parts in between. His perception of the world and his relationship to it are clearly described—he is an inspiration to many—a modern day adventurer and a fun-loving Renaissance man! Find out more at
  • Original air date: Monday, February 04, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Ronna Detrick  describes herself as a "feminist with faith." She claims a spiritual connection rather than a religious connection with God. What are your doubts, fears, hopes, and dreams? Ronna shares some stories with us that can help to guide and affirm our journeys. Find out how we can Activate the Power of Yes with faith and fortitude. Find out more at
  • Original air date: Monday, January 28, 2013
    Episode Description:
    William Whitecloud spent his childhood in Swaziland, where he was immersed in the supernatural worldview of the tribespeople around him. He became Australia’s No. 1 New Thought writer as author of The Magician's Way: What It Really Takes to Find Your Treasure. He then moved to California and has written The Last Shaman, about how to uncover and transcend the unconscious fears that sabotage our ability to manifest and sustain our soul-inspired dreams. Go to
  • Original air date: Monday, January 21, 2013
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    How is your bank account doing? Are you able to do what you want with your life? Do you have money you can contribute to bigger causes, including your spirituality? If you want to find out how to prosper and live the life you love without going broke, Edwene Gaines has the answers! She discovered them herself, the hard way … as a single mom wondering where their next meal would be coming from …

  • Original air date: Monday, January 14, 2013
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    She didn't always hold the title, Dr. In fact, much of her learning came from the streets of New York, where she was born and raised Jewish. Like so many of us, her spiritual journey has been on a circuitous route. She founded First Church of Religious Science, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and was the minister of Westlake Church of Religious Science in California before becoming a teacher and mentor in 2009. Dr. Sue shares her thoughts on “Living From the Inside Out.”

  • Original air date: Monday, January 07, 2013
    Episode Description:
    Many of us have had pets who were in pain or stopped eating, and we just didn’t know what to do. It’s such a helpless feeling. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if our pets could communicate with us? Beverly talks with Amelia Kinkade, a world-respected animal communicator who has some insight as to how you can use your intuition to develop an even deeper relationship with your pet. She has worked with animal rescue organizations in Africa and Asia and has even worked with the household cavalry at Buckingham Palace—with spectacular results! Find out more at
  • Original air date: Monday, December 17, 2012
    Episode Description:
    How appropriate ... Beverly invited Dr. Lani Leary, an expert on death and grieving, to be her guest, even before the Newtown, Connecticut, incident. She helps us grapple with our thoughts and feelings on what happened there; and she talks about her book, No One Has to Die Alone: Preparing for a Meaningful Death. Joining us is Dave Savage, co-author of The Best Memorial Service: For the Spiritual, Nonreligious and Unconventional. Just as every life is unique, so is every death. For more information, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, December 10, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Where two or more are gathered together, there is potential for conflict, or at least different opinions. How do we handle disagreements and the tensions that can result from them? Rev. Tony Crapolicchio, senior minister at Trinity CSL, shares his spiritual journey, which includes lots of conflict resolution. Just in time for the holidays—when you’ll be seeing some family and friends you haven’t seen for 365 days. (And there may be a good reason!) 
  • Original air date: Monday, December 03, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Many may know Philippe through his radio/TV/blog career that includes interviewing well-known personalities like Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Robert Kiyosaki, Stedman Graham, and Rev. Dr. Johnnie Colemon. What we didn’t know is that he lost his mother at age 10 and his dad three months later and was thrown into a life of poverty immediately thereafter. He did live up to the three promises he made his mom as she lay dying. Find out about his decision to change his mind (and his brain) and pass that message on to others. Find out more at
  • Episode: Temba Spirit
    Original air date: Monday, November 26, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Temba Spirit talks about how he reclaimed the innocence of his childhood, even after leading a life of poverty, neglect, violence, and crime by association. His decision to seek another way took place while doing time at Rikers Island. A decade later, Temba talks about how there are other kinds of bondage that are even worse—that your dream wants to be free!
  • Episode: David Rosenhaus
    Original air date: Monday, November 19, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Has your life ever been so out of control that you felt like the only option was to end it? Host Beverly Molander talks with David Rosenhaus about what led him to that breaking point ... and away from it. Out of this experience came his book, YOU to the 10th POWER—the four steps we can take to get away from a desperate situation are clear, simple, and doable. Tune in and start Activating the Power of YES with the basics.
  • Original air date: Monday, November 12, 2012
    Episode Description:
    What is it like to be a 20-year old in an accident that leads to being in a near-comatose state for five years? Appearances can deceive—it’s different from what many of us could imagine. Host Beverly Molander talks with Allison Zopel about her book The Angel Inside: A Young Woman's Healing Journey Through Coma and Brain Injuryand the CD of music that came out of her time in a coma. Allison shares the communion she felt with the God that is all of us and how she Activated the Power of YES in so many ways when she returned to “life.” She also has ideas to share about natural and alternative therapies.
  • Episode: Michael Alvich
    Original air date: Monday, November 05, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Have you seen the MegaBus? You may have noticed these shiny new double-decker buses on the highways in the Northeast, Southeast and Midwest; and they are  changing the way many Americans travel long distances. There’s a great price advantage, especially if you know the insider secret. Michael Alvich, vice president for Megabus tells us how we can plan some great trips in clean, safe comfort and pay low prices for the pleasure of doing so. Now that’s Activating the Power of YES—for more travel and more opportunity to visit people and places you love. Check out their website at
  • Original air date: Monday, October 29, 2012
    Episode Description:
    What do our ancients want us to know about sustainability, community, healing, listening and life cycles? Beverly talks with Sharon Brown about, dedicated to the tradition of paying attention to that fire in our hearts. Sherry Boatright is a fire keeper and a weather shaman who shares how she and others are working to get volatile weather patterns (like Hurricane Sandy) more in balance. Both are involved in the Ancient Wisdom Rising conference taking place in Atlanta, November 9–11. 
  • Original air date: Monday, October 22, 2012
    Episode Description:
    A global event is taking place on Saturday, October 27, to Activate the Power of YES through music, dance and fun! At specific times on that day, people will gather in different towns and cities to simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson’s Thriller album Zombie dance. Go to to find out how to do the dance or dress for the event. Contributions go to local charities wherever the dance takes place. Join Beverly Molander, talking with The Boogie Woman, who is on the international staff and is leader of the London event, and Marie Reeder, who spearheads her local gathering in Jacksonville, Florida. Global meets Local, right here!
  • Original air date: Monday, October 08, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Barbara Leger, CSL minister and founder of TEMENOS Center For Self-Realization, hosted the 9th annual New Thought Conference on the Black Sea in Ukraine; A NEW REALITY: The Gift of Transformation. The gathering of Ukrainians, Russians and Americans began on  9/11/2012—exactly 11 years since she arrived in Ukraine on 9/11/2001. She talks about the emerging reality of Unity and love that is expressing through people around the world. She also shares how it is working wonderfully in Ukraine—one more way of Activating the Power of YES! Feel the amazing energy of this growing community: Visit the CONFERENCE PAGE at
  • Original air date: Monday, October 01, 2012
    Episode Description:

    Sobonfu is from Upper Volta and was named as “keeper of rituals” in her village. She describes the healing aspects of rituals, especially related to intimate relationships, family, community, healing and loss. What are rituals for special occasions? For everyday life? Why are they so important? As a wise elder in her community and a world traveler, Sobonfu shares both of her perspectives. She is Activating the Power of YES by helping others see how they can be grounded to the earth and to their roots.

  • Original air date: Monday, September 24, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Going Global with world traveler Robyn Coward—recently back from Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia. She tells about how she put together her trip around the world in 2011 and what it was like to be immersed in the Asian culture for two months. What is similar and different about our ways of doing business and our religious beliefs? We also learn about the kaisen concept—roughly translated to "the spirit of everyone wins." 
  • Episode: May Kaidee
    Original air date: Monday, September 17, 2012
    Episode Description:
    May Kaidee (Sommay Jaijong) is known around the world for her restaurants and cooking schools in Thailand. Join us as May skypes in from the Thai capital Bangkok to talk about her 25-year journey from a small village at age 15 to the big city to start her own business. Visit to read more about her life. Join us as we Go Global and find out what Oneness is really about.

  • Episode: Elaine Ginn
    Original air date: Monday, September 10, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Elaine Ginn, a licensed practitioner through Centers for Spiritual Living in Jacksonville, Florida, is a  former Army nurse, college professor and guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She cared for her parents during their times before and during hospice, and she has also been the recipient of a kidney and liver transplant. Her book, Patchwork, shows how love and faith stitch together Body and Soul and Families through tough times.    
  • Original air date: Monday, August 27, 2012
    Episode Description:
    We have a lively time on this show, with Revs. Nancy Anderson, Barbara Rush and Paul Skok representing Centers for Spiritual Living Global Services and the food project (285,000 meals) for Tanzania! Global Services, consists of 83 spiritual communities (and growing) outside the United States. To volunteer or contribute, please go to and click on Global Services.
  • Episode: Katrina Radke
    Original air date: Monday, August 20, 2012
    Episode Description:
    What if life is going swimmingly—like Katrina Radke’s—with four gold medals in international competitions and as a member of the Olympic swim team—only to be overcome with a debilitating disease that keeps you bedridden for several years … How does someone go so high and fall so low, only to rise once again into a fuller, richer life? Wherever we are, things will get better and things will get worse. We’ll find out how Katrina maneuvered through her own ups and downs and how you can too.
  • Episode: Paul Boynton
    Original air date: Monday, August 13, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Guest Paul Boynton and host Beverly Molander agree that YES is a powerful word. He says, There’s a wonderful bit of Chinese wisdom that asks, “When is the best time to plant a tree?” The answer is “20 years ago" but the next best time is right now. If you’re reading these words, they were meant for you, and our timing is perfect.” Listen to this show to see if he is correct. "Begin With Yes" is where the Law of Attraction meets the Law of Action—that’s a great place to be! Paul also leads us through a "Begin With Yes" guided meditation.
  • Original air date: Monday, August 06, 2012
    Episode Description:
    We’re all on individual spiritual journeys. Stephanie Jones shares how she uses an ancient (and current) spiritual path, Nichiren Shoshu Hokkeko True Buddhism, chanting that is led by Japanese Buddhist priests. Rev. Kim Brown, Center for Spiritual Living Buckhead, shares about her various meditations—silent, active, dancing—and gives a spiritual mind treatment/affirmative prayer for Stephanie and the healing of her kidney disease. No, there is not just one path, but we are all One in the end.
  • Episode: Judi Hollis
    Original air date: Monday, July 30, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Get ready for a dynamic conversation with a licensed family therapist who has dedicated her life to addiction, primarily food. Dr. Judi has been on CNN, Oprah, Dr. Oz and many other shows talking about what’s behind all that fat. Her books include Fat Is a Family Affair, Fat and Furious, Hot and Heavy, and her most recent, From Bagels to Buddha: How I Found My Soul and Lost My Fat. As she says, “It is about resistance to the spiritual path, and how we all try to get away with our old, worn, tried-and-true, not-working solutions. I laugh at myself and my personal struggles—we are all wounded healers.” 
  • Episode: Jane Claypool
    Original air date: Monday, July 23, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Were you watching The Today Show when Savannah Guthrie joined as its new anchor? The staff pulled out her favorite book from when she was a teenager in 1982, Dreams Can Come True. The author of that book, Jane Claypool, is Beverly’s guest and, just like Savannah, she has come a long way since then! As a Religious Science minister, Rev. Jane will share her ideas on how we can Activate the Power of YES in our own lives and the world.
  • Original air date: Monday, July 16, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Barbara Marx Hubbard has been called "the voice for conscious evolution of our time" by Deepak Chopra. This renowned futurist talks with Beverly about The Shift Network and what will happen beginning December 22, 2012, the day after the end of the Mayan calendar. She says, "This is a new Birth Day in giving a consciousness to what’s being born on this planet—a shift toward a planetary culture, toward a co-creative humanity, toward the immediate action of restoring the earth, toward cooperation and participation—toward the birth of a more Universal Humanity.”
  • Original air date: Monday, July 09, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Rev. Beverly Molander talks with Keith Elkins about his book, The Pony Principles: Lessons in Optimism Because of Adversity. If toxic relationships, fear or confusion are holding you back, or if you find yourself stuck in the proverbial manure pile, remember, “There has got to be a pony in there somewhere!” Activate the Power of YES—Either ride the pony or get back on the pony—It will take you where you want to go.
  • Original air date: Monday, July 02, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Rev. Beverly Molander goes global with Kiva. Chelsa Bocci helped found Kiva more than six years ago with the goal to let small investors, like you and me, have a chance to make a difference. With just a contribution as little as $25, hundreds of thousands are pooling together to lend money to individuals for projects that will help them lift themselves out of poverty.

    We will also talk with two teens from Center for Spiritual Living, St. Augustine, Florida, who will explain how their group got involved with Kiva and these teens are Activating the Power of YES on a local and global basis!
  • Episode: Wendy Bird
    Original air date: Monday, June 25, 2012
    Episode Description:
    We’re going global again! Wendy Bird is executive director of Pearls With a Purpose Foundation, a nonprofit created to help people in the Philippines who have inadequate means. Women make the pearl jewelry, and when it is sold, it provides the women and their families with the things they need, such as food, clothing, shelter and education. Wendy was recommended to us as a guest by Becky Douglas, of the Rising Star Outreach in India, who was our guest in October. This organization is Activating the Power of YES by providing ways and means for people to make it on their own.
  • Original air date: Monday, June 18, 2012
    Episode Description:

    Dan Howard is an expert in "Intentional Resting." You can do it in 30 seconds or less … even when you’re awake or doing something else! Continual stress on the body creates constricted energy, and we don’t have to live that way. We can have a whole, quiet, calm body in which every part of us flows together. This technique is easily accessible and can “drop you right into your soul” at any time. For more info, go to

  • Original air date: Monday, June 11, 2012
    Episode Description:

    Beverly talks with Bill and Sandy Fifield about their book Dig Deep in One Place: A Couple's Journey to A Spiritual Life and how the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous can assist anyone in the transformation of their life—through co-dependency, depression, addiction, health issues and fear—to happy, joyous freedom and love. For info about their book, go to

  • Episode: Joanne Morton
    Original air date: Monday, June 04, 2012
    Episode Description:

    Joanne Morton is traveling the United States with an art project to encourage others to share their Magic Passion Love with one another and the world. After Activating the Power of YES for two years, Joanne is taking a break in St. Paul, Minnesota, wondering, What’s my next step? We’ve all been there. Listen to the Affirmative Prayer specifically for her (and the rest of us!) in this situation. For more info on Joanne, go to

  • Original air date: Monday, May 21, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Beverly Molander talks with author and writing coach Tom Bird, about his U.S. workshops, Write a Publishable Book in a Weekend.  Now that’s Activating the Power of YES in a big, quick way! What is your spiritual, intuitive self telling you about that book you want to write? This could be the program that will move you in the right direction. For more information on Tom Bird and the 24 books he has written, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, May 14, 2012
    Episode Description:
    We’re talking about how to “Pray It Forward” with Rev. Ken Wilcox. This program is a follow up to the April 30 program that featured Charley Johnson from the worldwide “Pay It Forward” movement. Also joining us is Laura Landress, who has brought a mobile prayer app for your iPhone. Go to to learn more.
  • Original air date: Monday, May 07, 2012
    Episode Description:
    If you ever grew up with a flower garden or have one in your own yard, you will understand the peace that comes with being so close to the earth. Cheryl Wilfong tells us how we can cultivate mindfulness of body, feelings and mind through her book, The Meditative Gardener. It is a thrilling book with beautiful photos—it took my breath away when I opened the first page.
  • Episode: Charley Johnson
    Original air date: Monday, April 30, 2012
    Episode Description:
    How can one individual make a difference? And another? And another? They can Pay It Forward. Remember the movie Pay It Forward, where one good turn generated another good turn? Charley Johnson is on the board of the Pay It Forward Foundation. He’ll give us examples of how paying it forward can Activate the Power of YES and have local and global impact. For more information, go to
  • Episode: Sallie Felton
    Original air date: Monday, April 23, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Some interesting things about clutter: It can show how our mind flits from place to place; it can keep us from doing what we want to do when we want to do it; and it can even bankrupt us—robbing us of vitality and money. Do you have a storage unit you’ve been paying on monthly for years?  Have you forgotten what you’re hanging onto and why?  Tune in to hear Sallie Felton, author of If I'm So Smart, Why Can't I Get Rid of This Clutter? Tools to Get it Done! (Volume 1). Find out more at
  • Episode: Kanta Bosniak
    Original air date: Monday, April 16, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Activating the Power of YES through her art and writing, Kanta Bosniak shares how she has made it through some tough times by creating something better, first in her mind, and then in her life. She reminds us that, “Every challenge we have is our soul’s call to change.” She also shares how being a hypnotist helps her to open the door for her clients to release their old ideas to bring in the new.  Kanta also leads us in her own version of an affirmative prayer. For more about Kanta and her book, Abundance Triggers, go to
  • Episode: Carrie Roberts
    Original air date: Monday, April 09, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Have you had a great idea and wondered if you could turn it into a nonprofit organization? Have you ever started nonprofit on “a wing and a prayer” and wondered how you could sustain it? Do you have a fear of fundraising? Join Beverly Molander as she talks with Carrie Roberts, founder of Carrie has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for grassroots organizations and leads training for grassroots leaders who have big ideas and little money. She’ll help you Activate the Power of YES in your nonprofit fundraising. 
  • Episode: Helen Arabanos
    Original air date: Monday, April 02, 2012
    Episode Description:
    This week we have a change of pace, with feng shui expert, Helen Arabanos. She merged her background in statistics and technology with Eastern philosophies—and came up with a way to bring feng shui common sense to the Western, American, mind. She’ll be talking about the feng shui of building and keeping relationships, and what you can do to improve your own. We might even have a special guest joining us with his American, MALE perspective!
  • Original air date: Monday, March 26, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Two guests join Beverly, as we continue a story that began after she interviewed Sona Mehring, founder of, on February 20. Out of that came the story of a little boy who was posted on Caring Bridge after he received a cancer diagnosis at the age of 2 weeks. Beverly has gotten to know his family, and out of that came the story of how Angel Flight East has stepped in to rally for little Brayden, now almost 3 years old, during his flights from home to the hospital. Adam Zucker, board president of Angel Flight East, will explain how this works. We’ll also hear from the mom who considers those pilots a part of their extended family. 
  • Original air date: Monday, March 19, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Susan Elizabeth Hale is a Sacred Song Activist who invited the world to join her "Earth Day: Sing for the Trees" event this past April. More than 3,000 people from 39 countries logged on to her Facebook page, many with inspiring stories about their Sing for the Trees experience. We’ll find out what she’s up to now, when she skypes in from across the pond (Malvern, Worcestershire, United Kingdom). Start looking around for your favorite tree and sharpen up your singing voice! (
  • Episode: Brenda Cobb
    Original air date: Monday, March 12, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Beverly welcomes Brenda Cobb, founder and director of The Living Foods Institute. The mission of the Institute is to "Heal the World, One Person at a Time." Brenda discovered how important it is to restore health through detoxification and good nutrition when she was learning how to cure her body from breast and cervical cancer. That was in 1999. Even if eating raw and living foods has never entered your mind, tune in. Brenda has some compelling reasons to add these to your diet, and you’ll be glad you did!
  • Original air date: Monday, March 05, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Rick Hanson is a neuropsychologist and founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom. He’s also the author of Just One Thing: Developing A Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time. He’ll be talking with Beverly about using your mind to change your brain. One of the chapters in his book is titled "Say Yes," so we’ll find out how he says we can Activate the Power of Yes in our own lives. For more information, go to
  • Episode: Mona Shah Joshi
    Original air date: Monday, February 27, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Madhurina Mona Shah Joshi is visiting India and Jaipur as a member of The Art of Living Foundation, and she is Beverly’s Skyped-in guest today. The goal of the foundation is to achieve world peace by creating a stress-free mind and a violence-free society. According to Mona, this Art of Living is the largest volunteer-based organization in the world. That is truly Activating the Power of Yes for peace in large proportion. Go to to find out more.
  • Episode: Sona Mehring
    Original air date: Monday, February 20, 2012
    Episode Description:
    If you’ve ever had a loved one in a significant health challenge, you know how important it is to keep open lines of communication among the patient, caregivers, family and friends. Sona Mehring founded CaringBridge, an organization that provides free websites so caregivers and patients can add health updates and photos to share their story, while visitors to the website leave messages of love, hope and compassion in the guestbook. Ms. Mehring tells us what got her started on this compassionate service and where the organization is headed next. For more information, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, February 13, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Author Julia Cameron touched a generation using her unique manner of getting to know ourselves with The Artist’s Way in 1992. While publishing many books during the past two decades, her latest book is sure to hit the spot with many who are going through lean thinking today. Julia tells us about The Prosperous Heart: Creating a Life of “Enough” when she chats with Beverly about where and how to start building a life of prosperity … oh, and it’s a little about money too. This guarantees to be a lively show. For information about our guest, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, February 06, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Nonviolence and civil resistance were mainstays during the Civil Rights movement in the United States. That same technique is being used at the grassroots level in the Arab Spring movement that started just over a year ago. Our first guest is Georgia Rep. John Lewis, who was there, walking alongside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., activating the Power of Yes for an idea that was just becoming a possibility. We also welcome Zainab Al-Suwaij, an Iraqi who risked having a comic book about Dr. King’s principle’s of nonviolence translated into Arabic and used to train the youth in Egypt. Dr. King’s dream lives on … this time in the hearts of those seeking a better, more peaceful way in the Middle East.
  • Episode: Chris Yamas
    Original air date: Monday, January 30, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Have you ever wondered, What’s this world coming to? If our guest today is any example, you’ll see that the world is going in a great direction! Chris Yamas is a 19-year-old from The Launching Pad, a spiritual community for young adults, in Berkeley, California. One of the goals of the community is to "use spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and make the world a better place." Chris is using the tools he has learned, along with his leadership qualities, intelligence and common sense to help build a similar community in Europe and beyond. 
  • Episode: Dan Hoffer
    Original air date: Monday, January 16, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Imagine having an interesting friend wherever you go—whether it’s one state or 2,000 miles away. Couch Surfing is Activating the Power of YES by blazing the trail toward a better, friendlier world where different people can find similarities. Go to to find out more, or meet Dan Hoffer, co-founder of Couch Surfing, as he explains how Couch Surfing is expanding the horizons of travelers and hosts alike. As a host in couchsurfing, Beverly has met interesting visitors and she intends to couchsurf at someone else’s house on her next trip to wherever—with millions of members in more than 230 countries and territories to choose from around the world!
  • Episode: Echo Garrett
    Original air date: Monday, January 09, 2012
    Episode Description:
    Join Rev. Bev as she chats with Echo Garrett, founder of the Orange Duffel Bag Foundation for older foster children, homeless children and kids at risk. Echo has worked with (and without) the “system” to coach, mentor and provide a platform for these soon-to-be adults to stand on. Beverly met her when she was recruiting writers and photographers to compile a book of foster child biographies with pictures to encourage families to adopt those children into their homes and out of the system. For behind-the-scenes information on this episode, visit the Affirmative Prayer Facebook page.
  • Original air date: Monday, December 19, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Do you like music and lyrics that resonate with your soul? Then you’ll like finding how Rickie Byars Beckwith is moved to write those beautiful songs of hers. But her story goes deeper than that, and she is sharing it with the world in her recently released book and accompanying CD, Let My Soul Surrender. Get a peek behind the scenes as Rickie BB shares the many ways she activates the Power of YES in her music and her life. For more information about this inspiring woman, go to
  • Original air date: Monday, December 12, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Rev. Beverly Molander talks with Dennis Merritt Jones, Huffington Post contributor and Science of Mind minister, about how we can maneuver through these uncertain times. Many are experiencing upheavals in work, relationships, health or prosperity, and we’re wondering what lies ahead in 2012. In his most recent book, The Art of Uncertainty, Dennis Merritt Jones describes “How to Live the Mystery of Life and Love It.” Wouldn’t you love to enter the new year feeling certain that you can handle any uncertainty that comes your way? That’s a great way to Activate the Power of YES! For more information on our guest, go to
  • Episode: Barbara Leger
    Original air date: Monday, December 05, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Rev. Beverly Molander chats with Rev. Barbara Leger about her journey across nine time zones to end up in Ukraine (near Russia) on historic September 11, 2001. We’ll find out how her life took off in a different direction on that day and what it’s like to bring a message of peace to a country that has only known war. She has been activating that Power of YES there for 10 years. Find out about her work at
  • Episode: Elise Ballard
    Original air date: Monday, November 28, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Have you ever experienced an epiphany, a life-changing moment or realization? Elise Ballard has, and she started asking people from all walks of life about theirs, including Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, acquaintances and lifelong friends. Whether discovering purpose, new possibilities or a new direction after a catastrophic setback, each person’s epiphany is a gift. We’ll find out how we can look at ourselves, and the events of our lives, from a broad, insightful perspective. If you would like to share your epiphany, email
  • Episode: David Ault
    Original air date: Monday, November 21, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Dr. David Ault is senior minister at the Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta and a world class New Thought musician. He has been activating the Power of YES by bringing education and safe drinking water to Cambodia through his Khmer Child Foundation. His next pilgrimage to Cambodia is in January. Join us as we talk about his incredible journey of Cosmic breadcrumbs.
  • Original air date: Monday, November 07, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Judy Morley, Ph.D., was diagnosed with Stage IV Cancer and given a 25 percent chance to live. That was 13 years ago. Join Beverly Molander and Judy as she talks about how she used spiritual principles and practices to beat the odds and activated her own Power of YES, despite all that the world was trying to tell her. Just as your thinking can make you sick, it can also heal you. That’s in her book, From Cancer to Power.
  • Episode: Scott Blum
    Original air date: Monday, October 31, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Scott Blum, cofounder of the Internet’s popular DailyOM, has just completed his third book in the trilogy about his spiritual awakening. Join Beverly Molander and Scott as he tells us about DailyOM—how it got started and who writes those beautiful pieces every day—and then gives us a glimpse into his newest book, Winter Moon Rises, to be launched on November 1, 2011. Friend Scott Blum as well at DailyOM on Facebook.
  • Original air date: Monday, October 24, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Beverly Molander welcomes Rev. Dr. Kathy Hearn, Community Spiritual Leader for United Centers for Spiritual Living. Dr. Kathy has dedicated the past several years to co-leading the unification of two separate organizations. Finally, that joint effort is coming to a successful end and a new organization is ready to be launched. Dr. Kathy tells about her personal journey along this very visible adventure, and she'll also talk about her own experience of Affirmative Prayer. Find out more about Dr. Kathy at
  • Episode: Ann Bassarab
    Original air date: Monday, October 17, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Listen in as Beverly Molander welcomes Ann Bassarab. Ann is a 71-year-old, 5’2” American who is married to a 34-year-old, 6’6” Maasai warrior. She has plenty of examples of saying “Yes,” even when “No” seemed like a more logical answer. Find out about Ann and her organization, Wellbeing, whose mission is to provide clean drinking water to the village of Esupetai in Kenya (
  • Original air date: Monday, October 10, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Beverly Molander welcomes Daniel Nahmod, renowned New Thought singer and songwriter, to Affirmative Prayer: Activating the Power of YES. Daniel has presented his music and message to many audiences, including Christian, Catholic, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Mormon, Science of Mind, and Unity, and he has worked with some of the most influential and brilliant speakers and leaders in the world. Find out more about the man and his music at
  • Original air date: Monday, October 03, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Join Beverly Molander as she welcomes Becky Douglas to Affirmative Prayer: Activating the Power of YES. This mother of 10 turned a family tragedy into a family legacy that has changed the lives of the poorest of the poor forever. She says, “If I can do this, anyone can change the world.” Find more about her at
  • Episode: Joyce Rennolds
    Original air date: Monday, September 26, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Listen in as Beverly Molander interviews enthusiastic and down-to-earth Dr. Joyce Rennolds, Motivator of One or a Thousand. Joyce has been described as “The Best” in training others to use her techniques for defining and calling forth exactly what we want. She has studied with the masters and now we can learn from her. Find her at
  • Original air date: Monday, September 19, 2011
    Episode Description:
    Dr. Kenn Gordon, president of International Centers for Spiritual Living, is Beverly’s first guest on this new program. Dr. Kenn tells how affirmative prayer has helped activate the Power of YES in his organization as it has gone through the process of letting go of outdated concepts and embracing the new. He shares some personal thoughts on why affirmative prayer works so well and how it can be a part of anyone’s life, even ours!

Host Bio

Rev. Beverly Molander
Rev. Beverly Molander is considered a thought leader who demonstrates to listeners how to Activate the Power of YES in their personal and professional lives. She is Focus Minister for Media Outreach through Centers for Spiritual Living, an international organization.
With an Atlanta career in radio, television, and print, and as owner of Next Step! Network, Beverly is also a guest minister, public speaker, and workshop leader. She offers private spiritual and next-step counseling in person, via phone, or by Skype. She is the author of Day by Day: Little Choices That Can Change Your Life and is an intuitive abstract artist. Most recently, she is coauthor of the book The Best Memorial Service: A Planning Guide With Rituals and Ceremonies to Bring Together Family and Friends (
To find out more about Beverly, go to or contact her at

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