On this episode, Dr. Higgins explores your heart as more than "just" a physical organ. She shares incredible facts about what your amazing heart provides to you, your body, and your life. She then delves into the emotional and spiritual aspects of this amazing organ. This is a must listen for anyone with a heart!
12:00 PM CT Affirmative Prayer with Rev. Beverly Molander Episode:
How Can We Deal With Difficult People?
Sarah Elliston knows how to deal with difficult people and would even label her past self as such. If you know of someone who complains, blames, criticizes, nags, threatens, or punishes, this show is for you. Sam explains how we can neutralize the hot buttons, communicate without judgment, and have a conversation without confrontation. She encourages us to write down and practice what you are saying before you start talking. While listening to the show, you might just see some of your own behavior that requires attention! It’s difficult to look at, but better results will be on your way. Sarah's book is titled Lessons From a Difficult Person: How to Deal With People Like Us.
Today Michael will discuss ulcerative colitis, including a quick and highly effective solution to one aspect of the condition. Michael will then look at the second teaching in the Gospel According to Thomas where Jesus says we should seek and find, along with what flows from the finding and what it means. Last, a discussion begins on allergies.
In this powerful nine-part series, Owning Your Power, spiritual author and teacher TJ Woodward will explore how to move your life from powerless to powerful. Today's episode will focus on how perspective can assist you in making a deep connection with your inner power.
9:00 AM CT Divinely Inspired Living with Debra Moffitt Episode:
Struggles of a New Age Christian, With Author Dr. Allison Brown
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.
Have you ever given up on a relationship because you couldn’t bend it to your will? A Course in Miracles teaches us how to have successful, loving, and healed relationships. In this week’s episode, Jennifer Hadley takes questions from the audience. All this month, Jennifer offers helpful relationship tips and insights for a practical application of these ACIM teachings in order to truly live A Course in Miracles. Now is the time for us to choose to walk the talk and live the Love in all of our relationships! To learn more about A Course in Miracles, please visit JenniferHadley.com.
Her encounter with special guest Ashana left our host swooning for hours after the episode “A Bejeweled Heart” aired in October 2011. This Take Two podcast pick has beautiful healing tones and a vibration of light and love emanating from Ashana's angelic voice, which will surely aid us in rising up to our charge: to love our way through all that is before us.
What else do we need with faith? Charles Fillmore says ... obedience! Listen for the particulars as I share his words from a Wednesday evening service titled "Faith and Obedience." This was a lesson given on October 3, 1923. It was applicable then and it's applicable now. Enjoy.
1:00 PM CT World Spirituality with Rev. Paul John Roach Episode:
Unity Ministers Share Their Spiritual Journey: Part 3
This program got rolling with a discussion of the three “omnis” as principles: omnipresence, omnipotence, and omniscience. Then the Romp explored more of Lothar Schafer’s book, Infinite Potential, as we get more deeply into what quantum physics has to tell us about how we should live. Once again, Lothar visits the fact that the physical universe as well as each of us has an empirical, material side and a mind or realm of nonempirical forms. Once again, we found ourselves at odds with some of the broad generalizations Lothar makes. We ended with the Absolute Word from February 19, "World Peace." You can find it at paulhasselbeck.com. There is lots of other useful information at bit.ly/metaromp.
4:00 PM CT Spirit of Recovery with Rev. Anna Shouse Episode:
Free to Love—Resetting the Patterns That Keep Us Lonely
A lot of what we learned about love relationships we learned in our family or circumstances of origin. Recovery makes it possible to learn new ways of relating. With awareness and commitment, we can recover our sense of self and our ability to develop truly loving, fulfilling relationships. Special guest John Herald Lee is an international best-selling author and speaker and one of the founding members of the men's movement. He shares how men and women can clarify and dismantle counterproductive dynamics of male-female relationships in a nonshaming, nonblaming way. John’s latest book is Breaking the Mother-Son Dynamic: Resetting the Patterns of a Man’s Life and Loves. Also, on March 24, in Austin, Texas, John will be the keynote speaker at the ninth annual It Happens to Boys Conference, the premiere conference addressing the effects and healing tools for male survivors of sexual abuse, their partners, and families. Learn more at creativechangeconferences.com and johnleebooks.com.
Robert Clancy's first book is titled The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Soul, an evocative collection of inspirational stories and transcendental journeys that will transform the way you think about community service while bringing deeper meaning to your career path and your life. His second book, Daily Downloads and Fortune Cookies From the Universe, offers inspirational thoughts within nine uplifting categories to help you center your spirit and encourage your compassion for humanity.
As early as age 6, Robert committed his life to assisting others, whether volunteering, helping them to succeed, or even just offering a friendly smile. Robert is a husband, father, and fourth-degree master black belt instructor of tae kwon do. Robert is a dedicated volunteer who completely embodies the spirit of service—a selfless commitment to helping others make a positive difference in the world.
2:00 PM CT Main Street Vegan with Victoria Moran Episode:
Farm to Fable + One Good Mama Bone
Robert Grillo spent 20 years in the food industry and shares its workings firsthand in Farm to Fable: The Fictions of Our Animal-Consuming Culture; and Bren McClain has written a poignant novel set against the backdrop of 4-H and a mother cow who mentors a mother human.
4:00 PM CT Creative Spirit with Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon Episode:
The Creative Spirit and Beauty: Living the Beauty Way
Back for the third time on Creative Spirit, Phil Cousineau is an award-winning writer and filmmaker, teacher and editor, lecturer and travel leader, storyteller and PBS host (Global Spirit). Phil's fascination with the art, literature, and history of culture has taken him on a worldwide search for what the ancients called the “soul of the world.” With more than 30 books and 15 scriptwriting credits to his name, the “omnipresent influence of myth in modern life” is a thread that runs through all of his work. His wide range of references and experiences make Phil the perfect person to conclude our monthlong look at beauty. Listen in, and you'll agree!
5:00 PM CT Funniest Thing! with Darrell Fusaro and Edward Biagiotti Episode:
Take Advantage of Your Celebrity Status, With Cheri Knight
The word celebrity comes from the Old French celebrité, meaning "celebration," and the Sanskrit word for prayer, pal-al, which means "judging oneself to be wondrously made." Living large is the highest expression of gratitude. It is rejuvenating, attractive, and releases joy that blesses everyone we meet. Cheri Knight joins us on the red carpet to read and discuss today's Daily Word®, "Gladness."
10:00 AM CT The Yoga Hour with Yogacharya Ellen Grace O'Brian Episode:
11:00 AM CT Michael Chatman with Michael Chatman Episode:
Understanding Early Childhood Mental Health
Anna Henderson, executive director of Westside Infant-Family Network, explains how families can deal with early childhood trauma, solutions for treatment, and recovery.
I offer an astrology forecast every Epiphany. This year I invited Michael Lennox to give us a peek into the wisdom of the stars for 2017. Well! Not only did he explain the wild roller-coaster ride we experienced in 2016—and the continuing chaos in 2017—but he also gave us the solution. Ten guesses what we must have in place for the next nine years? Prayer—a daily, powerful, practice of prayer. But what kind of prayer will hold us upright in the storm? That’s the big question I want to ask Michael.
2:00 PM CT New World Now with Kim Corbin Episode:
The Peaceful Warrior Way, With Dan Millman
We’re all striving to live with a more peaceful heart. Yet there are also times when we need to draw upon the courage and strength of a warrior’s spirit. In this timely interview, Way of the Peaceful Warrior author Dan Millman explains how embodying a peaceful heart and a warrior’s spirit at the same time allows us to act with strength, integrity, and compassion, even when confronted with life’s most challenging moments.
Rev. Deb gives a guided meditation that enhances the 40 Days of Light before Easter. Lent in various ancient languages means “increasing daylight in spring” versus the old connotations we have had in relation to Lent such as sacrifice, crucifixion, and death. Together we will journey from the darkness to the approach of light. The light of God within is our true, divine nature. Also, see 40daysoflight.org to sign up for daily messages to remember the Light we are starting March 1.
Have you ever experienced a knee-jerk reaction of guilt when someone said they needed to speak with you? Today we explore workbook instruction No. 4, "What Is Sin?" and delve deeply into the mechanics, ego meaning, God’s Way Out of Sin, guilt, and fear.
We answer a question on the last judgment and the terror that arises simply from hearing that phrase. And, as always, you are guided through an immense and spacious Peace of God Experience.
12:00 PM CT Everyday Attraction with Rae Zander and Heather McKay Novak Episode:
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2:00 PM CT Living in Joy with Lisa Natoli Episode:
Katja Maria Strandgaard: What Are Your Hiding Places?
What are you parking spots for the ego to hide in your life? Do you know? Are you ready to find out what you are afraid of, and do something about it? Come do the work, discover Who You Are, and join this inspiring interview with Katja Maria Strandgaard, one of Lisa Natoli's teachers who she turns to for guidance. Katja is a healer, therapist, and teacher of A Course in Miracles who receives messages from Mary Magdalene.
In this talk, Katja says one of the ways you can notice if you are hiding is if you are blaming someone. Blame is one of the ways the ego hides, hoping you will never notice and never look at your own unconscious fear. Come figure out how you are attacking yourself. How do you keep yourself small and limited? Do you speak up when you are afraid and correct it in your own mind, or do you hide behind a spiritual idea such as "I'm not a body" and "I need do nothing"? Once you know the ways you hide, you can do something about it. You can confront the fear, allowing the light of God to shine it away.
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