Divinely Inspired Living

| with Debra Moffitt | Tuesdays at 9 a.m. CT
Divinely Inspired Living

Program Overview

Divinely Inspired Living, with award-winning author and host Debra Moffitt, explores light and lively ideas that encourage self-inquiry, curiosity, and spiritual exploration. Her shows include interviews with best-selling authors and top experts who share their experiences and wisdom about creativity, writing, intuition, reincarnation, business, and health. 

"Inspiring you to trust your inner wisdom—through conversations with people who live with passion and purpose."

Like Debra on Facebook at Debra Moffitt—Author, or follow her on Twitter @DebraMoffitt. Her website is debramoffitt.com.

Australian TV and radio personality Tony Johnston is the voice of the intro. Italian jazz musician Luca Giugno's music accompanies it.

The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity.

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  • Original air date: Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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    Ready to take your meditation out of the quiet, protected moments and in to daily life? Real meditation starts to take root when it becomes a part of our daily lives beyond the moments of silent sitting. Author and surfer, Jaimal Yogis, joins Debra Moffitt to discuss how moving with the waves gives meditation a new meaning. Find out more about upcoming guests and register for Debra's free writing workshop, Achieve Your Writing Dreams.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017
    Episode Description:
    What's shamanic healing, and how does it help you? Sarah Bamford Seidelmann, M.D., author of Swimming With Elephants, explores the shift from traditional medicine to shamanism. We talk about her unexpected move from physician to healer and how making the spirit whole also heals the mind and body. Discover more about host Debra Moffitt's upcoming free writing workshop, 4 Essentials to Writing Your Divinely Inspired Book.



  • Original air date: Tuesday, July 11, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Reincarnation and healing the soul through story is the aim of Amy Weiss, author of Crescendo and Miracles Happen: The Transformational Healing Power of Past Life Memories, which she coauthored with her father, Dr. Brian Weiss. She shares her vision of the process of life, soul growth, and death. 
     
  • Original air date: Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    Episode Description:
    When Dr. Eben Alexander had a near-death experience, sound played a powerful role in helping him through the altered states. He and his collaborator, Karen Newell, teach the use of different techniques to tap into the power of sound. They'll share their understanding and research related to the practices. For more Divinely Inspired guests, books, retreats, and giveaways, sign up for the newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
    Episode Description:
    If you're challenged with juggling business, family, life, and wondering how to keep it all in balance, author Peter Borten shares empowering ideas for finding more sweetness and meaning. Find out more about Debra Moffitt's Divinely Inspired writing workshops and retreats, and sign up for the newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, June 06, 2017
    Episode Description:
    How does being in nature make us more human, more productive, and more creative? Find out about the research on the benefits of being in nature with author Florence Williams. Discover more about host Debra Moffitt's divinely inspired writing and retreats, and sign up for the newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Do you have a healthy relationship with money, or do you see it as evil? Author and therapist Dr. Kate Levinson helps us explore money and the emotional charges it carries. She has worked with people for more than 20 years in therapy and workshops to explore this topic. Find out more about host Debra Moffitt and sign up for the newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
     
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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    In a world where people spend more time with their smart phones than with other people, is there a way to soulfully reconnect? Author and Kripalu scholar in residence Stephen Cope takes us on a journey to explore the spiritual side of friendship. Find out more about upcoming Divinely Inspired guests, books, travel, and retreats by signing up for the newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 16, 2017
    Episode Description:
    If there were a civilization in deep space, what messages and insights would they share about life on planet Earth? Author and entrepreneur Mike Dooley shares his conversations with "Frank," an entity or consciousness from another planet. Based on Mike's book From Deep Space With Love, the messages hold hope and promise. Sign up for the Divinely Inspired newsletter for more about Debra's books, workshops, and retreats at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 09, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Is a community of connected people the answer we need to bring us sustainable happiness? Sarah van Gelder, cofounder of Yes! Magazine and author of The Revolution Where You Are and Sustainable Happiness, joins Debra Moffitt to talk about ways to reclaim our power and reconnect with happiness through connecting with community. Learn more about Divinely Inspired guests, travel, and books, and sign up for our newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 02, 2017
    Episode Description:
    What if you could make a choice to be "in love" all of the time? New York Times best-selling author and spiritual teacher Dr. Barbara De Angelis shares her deep experiences about the true definition of love and ways to become vibrationally aligned with it every day. She calls this way of living a "choice for love." Find out more about Debra's books and events, and sign up for our newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 25, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Are you an empath or maybe you love one? Best-selling author and empath Dr. Judith Orloff shares her wisdom and gives practical tools to support and help make being an empath a joyful experience. Join our newsletter for Divinely Inspired updates on guests, books, and events at debramoffitt.com
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 18, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Many wisdom traditions make reference to us being like waves on the ocean. Jaimal Yogis, surfer and author of All Our Waves Are Water, explores the power of surfing, travel, and connecting with a multitude of wisdom traditions from Buddhists to Franciscan friars in New York City. Join our newsletter for more Divinely Inspired books, guests, and events at debramoffitt.com.
     
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 11, 2017
    Episode Description:
    If you've self-helped to desperation and find that happiness still isn't yours, Maria Felipe, author of Live Your Happy, shares lessons and tools adapted from A Course in Miracles. Join Divinely Inspired Living's newsletter for updates and events at DebraMoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 04, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Is it possible to communicate and create connections even when we disagree with others? Discover the basic principles of nonviolent communication and the path of partnership over domination at home and at work. Nonviolent communication (NVC) is a technique founded on principles of partnership and nonviolence created by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg and used by the United Nations. Dr. Bruce Campbell shares how NVC works and how it changed his life. Stay up-to-date with the latest episodes, books, and retreats by signing up for Divinely Inspired Newsletter at debramoffitt.com
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 28, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Can you see it? The world is transitioning from a top-down pyramid structure to a more cooperative and harmonious one where bewilderment and miracles become a part of everyday reality. Martha Beck, best-selling author and life coach, moves us beyond self-help and into a place of magic. She'll talk about her latest book, a work of fiction called Diana Herself, and share her personal experiences of everyday miracles. Here's the link to her video that we talk about—"The Pyramid and the Pool: Why Things Are Better Than They Seem." Stay up to date with current shows, books, and events by signing up for Debra's newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
     
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Are you awakened? What does that even mean? Author Steve Taylor shares his experience of awakening and his research from his new book, Leap, with a foreword by Eckhart Tolle. Taylor talks about the ways of awakening, how it's beyond religious experience but often associated with religions, and the steps from gradual to spontaneous awakening that can occur. He defines wakefulness as a more expansive and harmonious state of being. It may also be a process we are undergoing collectively. Discover more Divinely Inspired guests and books, and sign up for our newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 14, 2017
    Episode Description:
    It's clear the traditional economy isn't working. With greater wealth gaps and droves of people fleeing corporate 9-to-5 life, there has to be a better way. But what is it? Dr. Riane Eisler, author of The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics, explores a more humane, kind, and harmonious approach to work, economics, and life. Sign up for our newsletter and discover more Divinely Inspired books, news, and events at debramoffitt.com. 

  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 07, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Animals bring unique messages and meanings for us with their special energy. Melissa Alvarez, author of Animal Frequency, says understanding an animal's posses vibration or frequency helps us to know why they're present in our lives. Sign up for Debra's newletter and learn more about upcoming books and events at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Most of us have grown up with fairy tales. These stories shape attitudes and behaviors of both women and men, especially in relationships. Dr. Riane Eisler, author of Sacred Pleasure and The Power of Partnership, explores the deeper messages in fairy tales. These stories can dis-empower us, reduce our self-esteem, make us identify with the victim, and give us the impression that the only way out (for women especially) is to be saved by a Prince Charming. What new stories can we tell to empower us and improve our relationships? Sign up for Debra’s newsletter about upcoming shows at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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    Do you love New Age practices but struggle with reconciling them with Christian beliefs? Dr. Allison Brown, a Reiki practitioner and writer, shares her experiences on reconciling her Christian upbringing with practices she loves including Reiki, intuition, meditation, and yoga. Discover more about host Debra Moffitt's books and offerings at debramoffitt.com.
     
  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 14, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Do you feel like you're spinning your wheels and not getting anywhere? Perhaps you have big plans but don't know where to start. Sam Bennett, author of Start Right Where You Are, shares fun, lively ways to enjoy life and take the incremental steps that make a huge difference in the long term. Go to debramoffitt.com to find out more about the French Alps Writing, Yoga, and Creativity Retreat. 

  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 07, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Relationships reside at the heart of the best stories. New York Times best-selling author Mary Alice Monroe shares her wisdom about how relationships shape us, and how our relationship to nature informs who we are. Through nature, Monroe explores how our connections to family, friends, and partners shape the stories of our lives. She also offers some solid advice for people who are passionate about writing.

    Discover more about host Debra Moffitt at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Are you a "dominator" or a partner? Do you choose a world of cooperation and kindness or fear and authoritarian control? The model you choose, whether conscious or not, defines your quality of life. Riane Eisler, author of The Power of Partnership and head of he Center for Partnership Studies, explores these choices to help us become more aware of where we stand. To stay informed about upcoming shows and events, sign up for our newsletter at debramoffitt.com.
     
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 24, 2017
    Episode Description:
    What's the big deal about kindness? It seems that we're spending so much time rushing around, that we often meet and greet others with surliness and snarls rather than take the time to truly offer kindness. What is kindness, and why does it matter? We'll explore these questions with Dr. Tara Cousineau, author of a upcoming book on "The Kindness Cure," with cutting-edge research in psychology and neuroscience to show how we're hardwired for kindness and five simple practices to sustain it. Find out more at The Kindness Cure. Find out more about host Debra Moffitt and her books and retreats at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 17, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Do you feel uncomfortable with change? Who doesn't? It moves us out of our comfort zones and into the unfamiliar, unknown. Using the Gayatri prayer of protection and the ancient Jyothi light meditation, Debra creates a sacred space and invites you on a journey inward to explore how you react to change. She invites you to become more self-aware as a way to experience change in an empowering way and move out of fear. She offers three practical keys to empower you in your life right now. Find out more and sign up for the meditation group at debramoffitt.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 10, 2017
    Episode Description:
    Do you wonder about your destiny and seek to discover more about your purpose? Chetan Parkyn explores destiny through the lens of Human Design and takes it deeper with his "Book of Destinies." The principle behind it is this: When our inherent nature and tendencies line up with our way of being in the world, we work in a flow and find a greater sense of ease and purpose. Find out more about Chetan, and join the Divinely Inspired meditation group by signing up here
  • Original air date: Tuesday, December 20, 2016
    Episode Description:
    What if you could sustain yourself only on light? Austrian director Peter Arthur Straubinger's film Light explores spirituality in film. Fascinated by spiritual life and in particular people who live only on light, Straubinger yearned to explore this phenomen and spiritual life and share his discoveries in documentaries. We'll talk with Peter about his explorations and conclusions from his travels.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, December 13, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Are you taking yourself too seriously as you make your way on your spiritual path? J.P. Sears, a comic guru who wears a lot of purple and headbands, will take us on a walk on the funny side with his ultraspiritual philosophies. But he's not just a guy who's known for his popular YouTube videos. He has a serious personal coaching business with aims to uplift and inspire people to tap into their own inner wisdom and thrive—or sometimes just laugh.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, December 06, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Stephen Dinan's "The Shift Network" reaches large audiences worldwide. Through it he offers transformational ideas and makes an innovative step into new dimensions of business as a service to bring greater awareness. In this conversatoin on enlightened business, we'll explore what it means to create new business structures and enlightened businesses with the aim of raising consciousness and facilitating personal shifts for global change.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, November 29, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Mark Nepo's gentle words pierce deep into the heart as he speaks to the power of paradox, feeling keenly, and being with life as it brings ups and downs, joys and sorrows. Your host Debra Moffitt will talk with Mark about the preciousness of life as it creates and shapes us through sorrow, joy, pleasure, and pain.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, November 22, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Inspired dreamer Robert Moss has explored dreaming and elevated states of consciousness since a childhood near-death experience. We'll talk with Robert about the power of dreams to inspire and awaken us to a new reality.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Marc Allen, author of Visionary Business and publisher of New World Library, has had an extraordinary career as an author, businessman, artist, and spiritual teacher. We'll explore his perspectives on success and business with an essential spiritual element and how to make that business spiritual. 
  • Original air date: Tuesday, November 08, 2016
    Episode Description:
    The Hard Rock Cafe was about love in action. Its motto, "Love All, Serve All" graced global restaurants and T-shirts. Those words created the foundation for what has become a worldwide cultural phenomenon. Founder Isaac Tigrett was deeply inspired by his spiritual calling to bring love into the workplace. He later created the House of Blues with Dan Aykroyd and aimed to promote cultural harmony through music. With the proceeds from his work, Tigrett funded a 500 bed state-of-the-art hospital in India. In this interview from his home in India, Isaac talks about the beginning of the Hard Rock Cafe and his aim to work with love.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, November 01, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Penney Peirce's guides to dreaming demystify the process for people interested in accessing powerful levels of consciousness with valuable information. We'll explore practical ways to tap into dreams for business, relationships, and life. 
  • Original air date: Tuesday, October 25, 2016
    Episode Description:
    What does it feel like to die and come back and tell about it? Dr. Eben Alexander, a respected neurosurgeon and author of the New York Times best-selling book Proof of Heaven, died. His medical and scientific knowledge brought him to distrust anything beyond the material world and scientific proof—until he came back to tell the story of his experiences in that other state of consciousness, a place he calls heaven. We'll explore his experiences and how what he learned changed his life.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, October 18, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Halloween in the United States finds its roots in the ancient Gaelic festival of Samhain. In Europe, the Catholic church co-opted the day of Samhain from those they called "pagans" and turned it into "All Saints Day" on November 1. Samhain is an ancient Celtic celebration that marked the bringing in of the harvest and the beginning of the "dark" half of the year.

    It's a day reputed for a thinning of the veils between the worlds, where departed souls and ancestors draw nearer to us, and those who wish to leave can pass into the light with ease and grace. Signe Pike, author of the acclaimed book Faery Tale: One Woman's Search for Enchantment in a Modern World, will share her love of this special day and help us to understand its roots and deeper meaning.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Intuition cuts through the chaos and reveals answers to the big questions like, "What's my purpose?" "What's it all about?" And, "Can I really make a difference?" By aligning with your soul and tapping into your inner wisdom, you begin to live in a creative, intuitive flow of life that challenges linear, left-brain thinking and brings unexpected answers. Penney Peirce, author of The Intuitive Way, says, "Your intuitive ability increases when your world view supports growth, connectedness, and trust. Intuition can make life smoother and more fun, but it may also be the crucial skill of the future." In this fast-paced conversation, you'll discover some of the ways to balance your intuition with your left brain, feel more aware of intuitive impressions, gain more clarity, and thrive. 
  • Original air date: Tuesday, October 04, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Sonia Choquette, New York Times best-selling author, explores the three powers we have at our fingertips to create our life experience. She calls these “super powers” and talks about how we can tap in to them to live and work in the flow. The powers include meditation, imagination, and intuition.

    Australian TV and radio personality Tony Johnston is the voice of the intro. Italian jazz musician Luca Giugno's music accompanies it.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 31, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Chicco Tatriele, cofounder of Fivelements, a unique, eco-conscious, wellness retreat in Bali, Indonesia, talks about balance and harmony in creating a transformational business. He relied on a strong connection with vision and values and corporate branding experience to develop this award-winning healing destination. Discover the heart-based business fundamentals of how this transformational business came into being and is expanding to Hong Kong. With a mission of "Creating the space for Life Transformation and Love in Action" and a vision of "Learning to Love and Respect Life," Fivelements offers raw vegan gourmet cuisine, and inspirational contemporary architecture using recycled bamboo and local Balinese style. Fivelements aims to preserve ancient Balinese healing practices and employs local healers and priests for massages and rituals. Find out more at fivelements.org.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 24, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Andrew McKellar is an internationally renowned spiritual healer. He has no religious affiliation and didn't seek out the gifts, but discovered them at the age of 23. Today people travel from around the world to his home in the U.K. to be healed from cancer, tumors, arthritis and other illnesses. Today he'll talk with us about illness, the aura, and spiritual healing. McKellar's work has been reported on by media and witnessed by the thousands of people who have come to him over his 30-plus years as a healer. He'll talk with us about healing and his calling. Find out more at andrewmckellar.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 17, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Can you totally align with your soul and allow your life to become prosperous? Janet Conner, Author of "The Lotus and the Lilly," explores the steps beyond the law of attraction that lead to big results. Janet talks about how to activate the soul's purpose and use the energy of intention with mandalas to create your Breakthrough year. Her powerful method will invite you into inner explorations that will make your heart sing and your soul dance.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 10, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Is there life after death? Is it possible to contact departed loved ones? Internationally renowned psychic and medium, Almina Amani, tells us about how she became a medium (it wasn't a natural ability from a young age), and how being a mediums gives meaning and purpose to life as she helps people on both sides of the veil communicate. Almina Amani, a psychic and medium, in Geneva, Switzerland, is one of the most gifted and accurate psychics around. People from worldwide contact her about business and personal matters. I've studied with her and she's one of the most accurate psychics I know. She's studied at highly regarded institutions to hone her abilites, and also teaches people at her center in Switzerland. Join me live as we talk with Almina about what it's like to be a psychic and how to develop your own psychic abilities. 
  • Original air date: Tuesday, May 03, 2016
    Episode Description:
    "Spiritual healing is like having a gold nugget the size of a skyscraper in a field, and people are walking around with dark glasses unable to see the gift," says Andrew McKellar. Kellar is an internationally renowned spiritual healer. He has no religious affiliation and didn't seek out the gifts, but discovered them at the age of 23. Today people travel from around the world to his home in the U.K. to be healed from cancer, tumors, arthritis and other illnesses. McKellar's work has been reported on by media and witnessed by the thousands of people who have come to him over his 30 + years as a healer. He'll talk with us about healing and his calling. Find out more at andrewmckellar.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 26, 2016
    Episode Description:
    A few years ago I interviewed Hopi World Champion Hoop Dancer, Derek Suwaima Davis. Derek spoke about living on the Hopi reservation and his relationship to seeds, plants, water and nature. The hoop he uses became, for me, a symbol of wholeness and unity. Derek's language and the emotions he communicated, touched me so deeply that I wanted to share through this conversation and learn more about his experiences. Derek will join me on this show to talk about the culture he lives in, the meaning of hoop dancing, and his connection to the earth and nature. I look forward to hearing his insights and hope you'll join me for what promises to be a gentle and beautiful conversation about Native American wisdom.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Lahra Tatriele, cofounder of Fivelements, a unique, eco-conscious, wellness retreat in Bali, Indonesia, relied on a strong connection with vision and values and her trust of intuition in the development of this award-winning healing destination. With a mission of "Creating the space for Life Transformation and Love in Action" and a vision of "Learning to Love and Respect Life", Fivelements offers raw vegan gourmet cuisine, and inspirational contemporary architecture using recycled bamboo and local Balinese style. Fivelements aims to preserve ancient Balinese healing practices and employs local healers and priests for massages and rituals. Discover the fundamentals of how this transformational business came into being and is expanding to Hong Kong. Find out more at fivelements.org
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
    Episode Description:
    "The frequency of energy you hold moment by moment in your body, emotions, and mind — is the most important tool you have for creating and living your ideal life." Penney Peirce, author of "Frequency," helps us to understand the importance of the energetic shifts taking place and how they can work to our benefit. Penney Peirce is an internationally renowned author of "The Intuitive Way," "Frequency" and "Leap of Perception". She'll share her recent insights and help us to understand what's going on.  

    Penney writes, "If your energy frequency is high, fast, and clear, life unfolds effortlessly and in alignment with your destiny, while a lower, slower, more distorted frequency begets a life of snags and disappointments. Here are three key things to understand now: (1) you are being affected by an evolutionary process that moves through specific stages, which is causing the energetic frequency of your body, emotions, and mind to accelerate, (2) because the rising frequency of your energy parallels your level of awareness, you are gradually becoming more aware, sensitive, visionary, empathic, and loving, and (3) the biggest challenge of the next few years will be working with your sensitivity, keeping your personal vibration clear, and learning to use "frequency principles" to live successfully in the coming times. 
  • Original air date: Tuesday, April 05, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Are you happy with your body? Do you feel like you can never measure up? Are you aware of how media and advertising play critical roles in your self-talk? The question of body image seems more and more critical as young girls and women are hit with a barrage of messages about the ideal body image. One woman even had plastic surgery to look like Barbie! We'll talk with Dr. Tara Cousineau, about what's happening as bikini season approaches and how we can stay comfortable with our bodies. Dr. Cousineau is a powerful voice in helping women to address the big questions about women's body image and self-esteem. She has acted as an expert global advisor for Dove's Self-Esteem Project advisory board. She's a clinical psychologist, and a health researcher focused on girls and women’s wellness and self-confidence. "Care for yourself with the same kindness you would give to a dear friend."—Dr. Tara Cousineau
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 29, 2016
    Episode Description:
    What's your relationship with money? Many people find it easier to talk about sex than to create a dialogue around their personal finances. Manisha Thakor is a financial adviser with a difference. Her father talked to her about money at the age of eleven and this shifted her whole life. Many women have been sheltered from talk about money growing up. In realtionships women often feel uneasy talking about their financial situation. In this open and frank conversation with Manisha Thankor, we'll explore attitudes about money like: - Can we be both spiritual and have a healthy and balanced relationship to money? - What are some healthy attitudes about money? Can we invest in stocks and bonds and be "good" and stay sane and calm? Manisha will help us to understand the challenges around attitudes like fear and money and shift it to joy and money. Here's the link to find out more about Manish Thakor at moneyzen.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 22, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Spiritual retreats are growing in popularity. But why are so many people drawn to step out of their habitual experiences into a space of quiet? To take a retreat means to withdraw your senses from the outside world and go inside to discover yourself. We'll talk with Muni Natarajan, a yoga teacher (who lived as a Hindu monk for 37 years but is now married) about the keys to why people seek out retreats and how they can get the most from them. Muni has been leading retreats to India for many years and will help us to explore their transformational power. I also hope to entice listeners to join us for the Swiss Alps retreat, June 19–26, 2016. Find out more about Muni Natarajan at yogawithmuni.com.  
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 15, 2016
    Episode Description:
    What if you could easily get all of the answers and guidance for your biggest questions from your soul? Janet Conner, Author of "Writing Down Your Soul" explores how to use deep soulful writing to tap into Theta states (related to theta brainwaves) to gain access to the highest, deepest, and best creative insights. Janet's method will make your heart sing and your soul dance. Also discover Janet's new "Soul Discovery Coloring Book."
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 08, 2016
    Episode Description:
    If you could see and experience life like a psychic, what would that look like? Can you read other's thoughts and see the future? Do you see people who have died? And if so, how do you cope? Does everyone have these abilities? Almina Amani, a psychic and medium, in Geneva, Switzerland, is one of the most gifted and accurate psychics around. People from worldwide contact her about business and personal matters. I've studied with her and she's one of the most accurate psychics I know. She's studied at highly regarded institutions to hone her abilites, and also teaches people at her center in Switzerland. Join me live as we talk with Almina about what it's like to be a psychic and how to develop your own psychic abilities.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, March 01, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Self-expression is vital to health. Dr. John Evans has worked with James Pennebaker to explore and research how writing can help in the face of major life events. Think cancer, post traumatic stress, suffering, loss, grief. In conjunction with Duke University and Duke Integrative Medicine in North Carolina, Dr. Evans is conducting a study on the power of language and expression to bring about healing. His "Writing to Heal" program teaches caregivers how to use writing as a tool to bring about healing and health for patients and themselves. His Wellness & Writing Connections Conferences impacted thousands of people and encouraged them to get in touch with themselves through writing.
    We'll talk with Dr. Evans to explore his practices, in this live interview. Find out more about Dr. Evans and his work at linkedin.com/in/johnfevans.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 23, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Join Debra Moffitt with intuitive guide, author, and teacher, Sonia Choquette for an exploration of the most important ways to connect with your Intuition. Sonia Choquette's NYT bestselling books teach readers worldwide about how to connect with intuition. We'll hear from her first hand about how intuition evolves, how it's linked to self-confidence, and how it brought her to move to Paris, France.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 16, 2016
    Episode Description:
    February is all about relationships. In this live broadcast with NYT bestselling author, Mary Alice Monroe, we'll talk about the power of nature and how it defines us and our relationships. In her books, Mary Alice's characters grow and expand as they discover their connection with nature. In this live interview, we'll explore how nature connects us to ourselves and to each other. Mary Alice's books evolve around nature. She lives on the Isle of Palms in South Carolina and has scouted the beaches with the local turtle team to care for sea turtles for years. Other books take her on adventures with dolphins and off to Mexico to follow the path of monarch butterflies. Mary Alice is currently working with actress, Andie McDowell on a film of her book, "The Beach House." Find out more at maryalicemonroe.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 09, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Nilsy Rapalo grew up in Columbia. She moved to San Francisco and now lives in South Carolina. Despite many years of living in the U.S., she still feels strong roots and attachments to her home country. Nilsy, a psychologist, has struggled with how to respect her roots and also find her path in America. We'll explore some of the challenges facing expats and immigrants. 1) How can one overcome a sense of isolation? 2) How can we develop a sense of community in a place where we feel we have no roots? 3) Do we have to "fit in" or can we be ourselves? 4) Are there ways to ease the challenges of moving to a new country?

    Nilsy works with immigrants and Hispanics in the Charleston, SC, community to help them find their place and feel at home. Her work was recently rewarded with a Martin Luther King Jr. Award for community service. She will share some of the ideas from her book and her practice on ways to find your roots and stay connected to what makes your soul sing even if your heart longs for the places where you grew up. Find out more about Nilsy's work and book here. By the way in researching this article/show, I discovered there's a interesting difference between "expat" and "immigrant". The U.K.'s Guardian newspaper has some interesting reflections on this.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, February 02, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Psychology Today defines self-harm as "the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body, and includes cutting, burning, and other forms of injury." Nathalie Doswald, who is a scientist, founder of Association Reconnect, and a gifted yoga teacher in Geneva, Switzerland, will talk about her experiences with self-harm and ways to move from self-harm to self-care. She includes yoga, meditation, and positive affirmations as some of her tools for transformation. Find out more at yoga-reconnect.com. Read her article on Elephant Journal on the Mental Health Decision that Saved My Life.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 26, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Charleston, South Carolina, has been the center of a lot of debates and anxiety recently around race, climate change with increasingly high tides and floods, and it's perched on the edge of many of the big and divisive issues facing the world today. Carolyn Rivers, founder and director of the Sophia Institute and head of the Charleston Global Contemplative Alliance, works to bring together members of the community from a wide array of backgrounds to focus on how to make big changes that will make a difference. We'll be talking live with Carolyn to find out more about her work to cultivate a sense of connectedness in the community. Carolyn Rivers writes: "As the world becomes increasingly inter-dependent and fragile, that future at once holds great peril and promise. To move forward we must recognize that we are one human family and one Earth community sharing a common fate." For more about Carolyn Rivers and the events at the Sophia Institute at thesophiainstitute.org.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Want to discover some ways to be more creative in every day life? Join Debra Moffitt with extreme artist, Alex Inchbald to discover ways to spark your creative fire and open up to more inspiration. Every day we can be creative. You don't have to be an artist or a writer. Being aware and present in the moment allows everything from taking a shower to making breakfast to become a moment to open to creative inspiration. Join us to learn how and find out more about creativity teacher and extreme artist, and painter, Alex Inchbald here.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 12, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Meditation has become a buzzword. Many people talk about it, but few actually have the patience to experience it. Debra Moffitt speaks with Muni Natarajan about his 37 years of meditation training in a Hindu monastery. Muni moved from monk to married and now teaches yoga and meditation in Charleston, South Carolina. We'll touch on wholeness and how meditation helps to defragment us. This live show invites callers to ask about meditation. Also expect to hear some mantra and guided meditation. Read more at yogawithmuni.com.
  • Original air date: Tuesday, January 05, 2016
    Episode Description:
    New York Times best-selling author and Oprah fav, Mark Nepo, joins Debra Moffitt to talk about wholeness. We'll explore the effects of his cancer on his relationships and how it influenced his writing. Mark shares insights on his journey for the past 30 years with stories from his new book, "Inside the Miracle". Mark is on the faculty at the Sophia Institute with Debra in Charleston, South Carolina, which is where we first met. His work explores raw, deep emotions and encourages listeners and readers to embrace joy.
  • Original air date: Monday, November 30, 2015
    Episode Description:
    An Introduction to Divinely Inspired Living with Debra Moffitt.

Host Bio

Debra  Moffitt
Award-winning author Debra Moffitt touches a global audience with her books and international retreats that promote tolerance, wisdom, and self-inquiry. Her books are translated into Spanish, French, Chinese, and other languages. Find out more about her books and writing as well as her retreats

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