Archive for April 2017
Words at the Threshold - Energy Stew interview with Lisa Smartt
Listening to the dying is very important as they often can tell us much more than we expect. It's also a way that we can help them move on.
Often, they are straddling 2 worlds at the same time and are starting to have experiences from the other side. It's confusing to be that way and their language sometimes doesn't make sense. They might be speaking in metaphors.
Sometimes, people whose brains weren't operating well can regain great clarity just before they go. They also might have barely eaten for weeks and all of a sudden want a sumptuous parting meal.
There are so many surprises that the dying present. They might even tell of parted relatives who have now come to take them across.
The dying are seldom somber or morose and it's healing for all to listen to their excitement about what they're experiencing at the end. A lot of love can be expressed.
Listen to this interview with Lisa Smartt, the author of "Words at the Threshold" and learn so much about how to appreciate the final experiences of our loved ones.
Is empathy the missing link? - Energy Stew interview with Edwin Rutsch
How important is empathy in creating a better world? How powerfully do you think it's working now?
Maybe empathy is something we need to focus more on to help people have greater appreciation for each other.
Most people are not able to empathize with others unconditionally for many reasons. The more we can understand these, the more we can overcome the limitations.
Edwin Rutsch has devoted himself to building empathy in the world and created a website cultureofempathy.com. He has many videos and articles there to familiarize ourselves more with empathy and understand its important role in our lives.
Tune into this insightful interview with Edwin and see how much more you can empathize with.
Jude Currivan is back to talk more about cosmology and consciousness
Dr. Jude Currivan is an amazing physicist who has written a wonderful book, "The Cosmic Hologram" that bridges science with consciousness.
Her book is packed with details about the physical and cosmic nature of the universe. She explains how it could never evolve without an intelligent purpose to keep expanding and refining its complexity. All form is in-form-ational and it's constantly using this information to know and work with itself to create the magic of life as we know it.
Too many subtle choices had to be made for reality to come into existence. If it were all random, there would never be galaxies, stars or planets, let alone the sophisticated sentient life we see all around us.
It's terrific to learn about all this from a scientist who speaks that language and also speaks the language of cosmic consciousness. Hear from her how we exist within a beautiful and pervasive hologram.
Don't miss this very deep and rich interview with Jude and learn more about your cosmic connection with all of life.