2:00 PM CT Pop Conscious with Malayna Dawn and Stacy Macris Ros Episode:
Grumpy Grumblings for Good
Is it just us, or does everyone seem grouchy these days? Curmudgeonly characters can offer comedic contrast and show us where society can be improved. Join us as we harness their powers for good, rather than getting stuck in a ranting rut!
This is another Revs. Bob and Margie Brach show as my wife, Rev. Margie Brach, joins me in our monthly cohosted show. We will be sharing and commenting on Charles Fillmore's lesson "Christian Mission" from Sunday, September 13, 1931. This is a Depression era talk and Mr. Fillmore speaks out against some of the social evils of the day. He uses the biblical story of Paul and Barnabas as told by the writer of Acts (chapter 14) where Barnabas and Paul did some heroic missionary work.
This week we began exploring the chapters on the Twelve Powers, chapters 24 and 25. We explored the disciples, colors, and bodily locations associated with each Power. We briefly mentioned the function or the ability each Power represents. Next week we will delve more deeply into each of the Powers. The Metaphysical Adventure this week is "PowerUP Your Awareness." Go to bit.ly/metaromp to download a PDF that includes a color diagram and what the Powers are. During the coming week, at the end of the day take a look at the list of the Twelve Powers and reflect on how you used a few of the Powers that day. All of the Metaphysical Adventures and a place for you to post on our blog are located at bit.ly/metaromp.
Barbara Lane, Ph.D., is a clinical hypnotherapist in private practice trained by some of the foremost regression therapists. A regression researcher, Dr. Lane has been interviewed on numerous TV and radio shows nationwide. Her work has been featured on Sightings and in newspapers such as TheWashington Post. She has authored three books and numerous self-help workbooks and CDs.
4:00 PM CT Spirit of Recovery with Rev. Anna Shouse Episode:
Our Amazing Brain—the Physiology of Recovery
The human brain and body are amazingly sensitive and resilient. Recovery opens the pathway to physiological health and well-being by supporting a new perspective on living and new behaviors that sustain it. Special guest Pete Katz, B.A., LCDC, ADC Level III Diplomate, ICADC, is a nationally recognized addiction counselor and educator in addiction theory and pharmacology, human brain and body health, personal growth, addiction and culture, addiction prevention, and the inventor of a patented AOD assessment process. He shares the impact of addiction and recovery on the brain, and how developing new responses to common cultural messages can support recovery.
Miriam Knight is the noted founder of New Consciousness Review, the showcase for the people, books, and films inspiring personal and global transformation, and host of New Consciousness Radio. She has interviewed many of these people throughout the years and their stories have always been transfixing. she and her coauthor Julie Clayton have captured a compelling collection of personal stories from 37 authors and filmmakers—many of whom are internationally known figures—in What Wags the World: Tales of Conscious Awakening (O Books).
2:00 PM CT Main Street Vegan with Victoria Moran Episode:
Honey, Bees, and the Future of Food
June Stoyer, host of The Organic View, is a vegan who'll eat honey and she’ll tell us why.
1:00 PM CT The Soul-Directed Life with Janet Conner Episode:
HeatherAsh Amara, How the Goddess and Toltec Traditions Together Serve Inner Transformation
The Call to Courage and Joy
HeatherAsh Amara has a rich multicultural spiritual background. She is the founder of Toci—the Toltec Center of Creative Intent—and the author of The Toltec Path of Transformation and No Mistakes. In her newest book, Warrior Goddess Training, she marries her two beloved traditions of Goddess and Toltec warrior to serve us in our inner transformation. What does it take? Courage. What does it yield? Unexpected joy!
2:00 PM CT Spiritual R&R with Rev. Richard Maraj and Rev. Richard Rogers Episode: