Archive for June 2014

It's not easy to be nobody.  Then again, it is work to become somebody.  Perhaps the somebody part is where we most suffer.  Are we ever really enough?
I'm interviewing Lama Marut, a Tibetan Buddhist monk who has written the book, "Be Nobody".  How realistic is this goal and how practical?
He brings us into deep knowing of our paths and egos and how to best manage the paradox of the nobody and the somebody.
Be sure to tune into this enlightening show and learn more about living in the most comfort with ourselves.

Mas Sajady had 2 Near Death Experiences which endowed him with excellent intuition and powerful healing vibrations.  He'll be in NYC the fourth week of June for talks and workshops.  There will be a free introductory talk (and healing) at the Meta Center on Tuesday the 24th.
A full day workshop on June 29 will focus on the 7 deadly sins and the opportunity to disempower them in our lives.
My interview with him will focus on his healing journey and will also look at these deadly sins and their relative importance in our lives.  During the interview, he'll imprint healing vibrations that the audience can use.  Many people have been helped this way.

Don't take the whales and dolphins for granted. 

Patricia Cori is back to talk about the evolution of our planet and her communication with whales.  She's dedicated to helping them survive.  
She has written three books, "Atlantis Rising", "No More Secrets, No More Lies", "Before We Leave You" along with her most recent book that she was on the show about recently "The Emissary".
"Before We Leave You" is about the whales speaking of their concern about extinction in the deteriorating oceans of the world.  Between the over-fishing, Navy sonar, oil rig jackhammers and general pollution including oil, radiation and plastic, the oceans are slowly becoming uninhabitable.
We'll be talking about the songs of the whales and how much territory their songs can cover.  Science hasn't understood the purpose of the songs and sees them only as mating melodies.  They are actually very important to the whole planet and are very complex.
Be sure to tune in to learn so much more about these sophisticated cetaceans. 

Try using some simple happiness techniques. 

Are you living a happy enough life?  What if you can make it happier by using some simple happiness techniques?
I'm interviewing Jonathan Robinson, the author of "Find Happiness Now, 50 Shortcuts for Bringing More Love, Balance and Joy Into Your Life".  His book has so many wonderful techniques and I've found they really work great.
Be sure to tune in and find new ways to get happier.

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