Archive for September 2016
What can Vedic Astrology tell us about the election?
I've become fascinated by the information that Vedic Astrology has about people and what to expect from them.
Gilbert Picinich, a Vedic Astrologer will be on the show to talk about the specific charts of the two main candidates for President. He'll also discuss the transits of their charts that show what energies will be in their lives around the time of the election.
Not only will we learn a lot about the candidates but it's also a chance to see what the system can teach us about ourselves.
Have you also voyaged into the afterlife and back?
Many people have had Near Death Experiences (NDE's) and come back from the other side with amazing stories to tell us. Most of the time, they are not believed as the public generally doesn't know how to respond to their experiences.
Recently, some doctors have had these experiences and are given more credit than the average person so they can help bring the phenomenon into the mainstream and people are more likely to believe them.
Dr. Rajiv Parti is one of those doctors and has written an important book, "Dying to Wake Up", about his experiences on the other side and how he was changed from that.
Tune in to hear about his amazing journey and transformation.
This show is another travelogue from the astral traveler, Garnet Schulhauser.
He has fascinating stories to tell as his guide, Albert, takes him to amazing places and introduces him to well known people who are now in the spirit realm.
Don't miss any of these continuing interviews with Garnet and hear about experiences we never thought possible.
For those of us who don't astral travel, it's hard to imagine what it's like or even to believe it exists.
Putting your own beliefs aside, Garnet Schulhauser'sbooks are so full of greater wisdom and possibilities that to not enjoy the ride is missing out on much wonder.
I'm in his camp and am divinely inspired by the stories he collects from his travels. A lot of people have astral traveled and also have great experiences to bring home. Garnet is assisted by a spirit named Albert who comes for him and introduces him around the Universe.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about his adventures and the wonderful insights he shares.
His new book is "Dance of Heavenly Bliss" and his first two were, "Dancing on a Stamp" and "Dancing Forever with Spirit".
Managing Your Emotional Edge - Energy Stew interview with Crystal Morissette
When we can understand and manage our emotions, we can live with more empowerment. Crystal Andrus Morissette has written a wonderful book, "The Emotional Edge", to help people find their hidden strengths when they can become more emotionally discerning. She covers many topics ranging from communication to attitude and love.
A lot of her work is to help women discover their power and become an adult archetype rather than a parent or child archetype.
Tune in to find out how you can live with more balance and wisdom.
Jazz has helped physicists understand the evolution of our Universe - Energy Stew interview
Physicists live with a language few can understand and even they are always seeking new formulas to understand the origin of the Universe and how it was formed once it got going.
Stephon Alexander is a theoretical physicist who has made important contributions to deeper understandings about how the Universe is unfolding and has written a very insightful book about it, "The Jazz of Physics, The Secret Link Between Music and the Structure of the Universe".
He's also a very active jazz musician and writes about the profound insights he has gained by bringing both fields together.
Here's a quote from The New York Times -
"Dr. Alexander ventures far out onto the cutting edge of modern cosmology, presenting a compelling case for vibration and resonance being at the heart of the physical structure we find around us, from the smallest particle of matter to the largest clusters of galaxies."
This interview will dive into how the Universe was formed (including before the big bang) and even where time and life are leading us to. Who would have thought jazz would represent the science of evolution?