2:00 PM CT Pop Conscious with Malayna Dawn and Stacy Macris Ros Episode:
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3:00 PM CT Let's Get Naked with Rev. Heidi Alfrey Episode:
PRIDE 2.0—The Next Wave of Freedom for the LGBTQ World
What is your mission in life? It will always come from what passionately touches your heart. Today's show will feature such a ministry, inspired by love. Meet Mark Anthony Lord, an internationally recognized, new-era, inspirational leader, speaker, and teacher. His personal mission is to assist people in awakening to the power of self-love, acceptance, and JOY.
A conversation with theologian and spiritual teacher Beverly Lanzetta about the essence of her spirituality, which takes one beyond the exclusive boundaries of religion and into a spirituality that combines the solitary depth and commitment of mothers and fathers of the desert with the justice-oriented way of spiritual nonviolence, exemplified by pioneers like Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. For more information about Beverly Lanzetta's work, please visit www.beverlylanzetta.net.
Do you feel stuck, imprisoned, or like a hamster on a wheel? God's will for you is complete Peace and Joy. Are you willing to experience God's will or do you prefer to continue to experience hardship, lack, and limitation? In this week's episode, Jennifer Hadley shares how to accept and allow the gift of Freedom that Spirit is always offering us. Freedom is yours, if you accept it. This week, activate a deep sense of release and Freedom by truly Living A Course in Miracles! As always, Jennifer shares her own practical experience of choosing the miracle. Let's choose Freedom now! To learn more about A Course in Miracles, please visit JenniferHadley.com.
We’re in a contemplative mood for this episode’s Practice Project with special guest Carolyne Mathlin, who teaches us how to unhook from thoughts and images and, through the art of Centering Prayer, meander to that place of stillness within, where we experience God Presence beyond all words.
Today's talk is titled "The Divine Presence," given by Charles Fillmore on Sunday, August 21, 1932. Mr. Fillmore uses the story of the "tent of meeting" in the Book of Exodus, where Moses meets with God, as the Scriptural basis of his talk. He examines the "Moses consciousness" as it can appear in us.
As noted by Oprah: “A childhood of abuse almost kept Marala Scott from a life of happiness ... Until she discovered how to use her story to help others.”
Marala shares her prolific story in her memoir, In Our House: Perception vs. Reality, which chronicles a childhood unlike any other. It is the chilling story of a successful family, and reveals the hidden reality behind appearances. Marala Scott’s story is nothing short of remarkable—in the fact that she overcame such a tragic childhood and is now able to capture those experiences through teaching about the indicators of an abuser.
More than two years ago, Marala was told by doctors that she only had one week to live. She had suffered from multiple brain aneurysms, in which doctors were afraid to operate due to the complexity of the surgery. The chances of her surviving were slim. Their prognosis—she would become a vegetable. The operation consisted of doctors placing a metal plate in her head. Marala calls this her battle scar. Marala’s survival is nothing short of miraculous. With an innate desire to continue her message of inspiration and healing, Marala is determined more than ever to inspire others.
The prolific author and ghost writer behind half a dozen of your favorite plant-based health books, to discuss his fascinating new work of fiction, The Awakening (what would happen if the animals developed human consciousness? ...), plus pop-in from Esther Oakley, VLCE, creator of kale doughnuts.
10:00 AM CT The Yoga Hour with Yogacharya Ellen Grace O'Brian Episode:
Spiritual Practice in the Kriya Yoga Tradition: Insights From Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra (Part 2)
Intentional living supports our complete well-being and spiritual fulfillment. Find out why self-discipline, study of higher realities, and surrender of the illusional sense of self are essential for spiritual progress and realization. Roy Eugene Davis, a direct disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda and author of The Science of Self-Realization, a commentary on the Yoga Sutra, joins Yogacharya O’Brian for this second conversation in a two-part series on spiritual practice for enlightened living.
1:00 PM CT The Soul-Directed Life with Janet Conner Episode:
Mallika Chopra, A Life Built on Intention From Childhood
The Call to Live From Intention. Mallika Chopra grew up with intention as the foundation of her life. Taught how to meditate at the age of 9 by her world-renowned father Deepak Chopra, Mallika is exceptionally well-versed on how to harness the power of intention. The 40-year-old mother of two daughters, author, and former MTV executive now helps others do the same at www.intent.com, a place to set an intention and have a community-at-large offer support and spur accomplishment.
Most people assume Jesus must have made plans for who would take over the leadership of the church, or movement, he began with his preaching and healing ministry, after his death. But there is no reliable evidence that this is true. The gospel that has Jesus giving Peter the "keys to the kingdom" was written long after Jesus' death and after Paul had been preaching the gospel to the Gentiles and establishing churches in different parts of the world. It was up to these two visible leaders with very different personalities, backgrounds, and gifts to determine how the movement begun by Jesus would continue. Join Karen and E.J. as they compare and contrast the two leaders and explore how the church developed under their joint leadership.
5:00 PM CT From Grief to Grace with Chaz Wesley Episode:
Encountering the Edge, With Karen B. Kaplan
Unencumbered by religious agendas and pat answers, Encountering the Edge: What People Told Me Before They Died is a book that satisfies our curiosity concerning what people believe in, shrug their shoulders at, laugh at, and most care about as they enter Act 3, Scene 3, of their lives.
Author and hospice chaplain Rabbi Karen B. Kaplan joins host Chaz Wesley for an up-close and unique view of the least-discussed, yet deeply important, part of life.
2:00 PM CT Living in Joy with Lisa Natoli and Bill Free Episode:
Living in Joy
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3:00 PM CT Wellness Simplified with Rev. Suka Chapel-Horst Episode:
Natural Relief From Depression
Depression isn’t a mystery. It’s part of life. Even animals experience it. But why do 80 percent of Americans have it? Has it gone to extremes? Is there something we can do to find happiness without the dangers and side effects of medications? The answer is “yes.” Tune in to find out.
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