Archive for September 2018

Tom Goddard is a writer and teacher of integral philosophy and evolution who has a primary focus on the understandings of love. Probably the most telling observation we can make about the different cultures through time is how we relate to each other. What is the language of love that we speak? Even now, we wonder where love lies in our mainstream and how the public makes its choices the way it does. Older cultures haven't completely died away and many of them are still prominent in our world. They all speak different languages of love.

This is a conversation that we all must have to understand how to get along and honor each other better. How do we want love to be realized by each other? What do we expect from each other to honor the needs of our hearts?
How limited is love? Do you feel its presence wherever you go? Don't you think you should? How cared about are you? How do you feel about OTHERS? What about groups you're not a member of? Do they still respect you?
There are many tribal mentalities that are rooting against you if you're from a different tribe. Maybe it's your sports team or your corporation that has to beat others. So then how does love get kicked around?
Listen to this show to understand some of our deeper and maybe still unresolved human issues about love.

Rupert Sheldrake is a well known biologist who has written a lot about morphic resonance and the morphogenetic field. It's about how intuitive patterns are created and followed in all life forms. We evolve through these developments. In his new book, "Science and Spiritual Practices, Transformative Experiences and Their Effects on Our Bodies, Brains, and Health", he examines how we can scientifically explain the positive nature attained through living a spiritual life. Rupert has disturbed a lot of fellow scientists by breaking many limiting boundaries of belief.

Rupert examines how life functions in resonance and how we can align with it by living spiritually. The more that we can attune to subtle qualities, the deeper harmonies we can find within ourselves and life around us. Scientific examination has shown the truth about these principles.
It's wonderful to talk with a dedicated scientist who has a strong spiritual lifestyle and see how he puts it all together. There are seven specific spiritual practices that he has scientifically examined and will talk about on the show.
Be sure to tune in to this fascinating interview and hear from this very wise man.

Alison Smith has learned to use many of our expressions about trouble in nature and translate them into trouble in life. With these narratives, we can examine the quagmires we're in and imagine how we would find solutions to get ourselves out of seemingly impossible situations. Her book, "Can't See the Wood for the Trees" is published in the UK so they use the word "wood" they way we use the word "woods". Or maybe we can say, "Can't see the forest for the trees". How many times are we stuck in the details and lose track of the big picture? Maybe you've been stuck out on a limb or feel like a fish out of water. What terms can you think of that represent your dilemmas?

Alison has learned that when we use these metaphors, our subconscious minds have more handles to use to find new solutions for us. These are really power tools to be more successful.
She's worked with them for a long time and has many stories and understandings to tell us about. It certainly is an opportunity to process our lives in a more entertaining way.
Be sure to tune into this fascinating interview and learn how to use nature to help define your lives - at least your predicaments.

We're back talking with Jacob Liberman again and we're bringing colors into the conversation. It's all about how we live in the full spectrum of color and light and that certain colors can make us uncomfortable. Perhaps to live at ease, we need to be fully color balanced. Are you? We'll talk about the colors that can become problems for us. Jacob Israel Liberman, is the author of "Luminous Life, How the Science of Life Unlocks the Art of Living".

Jacob has studied colors and wellness and can help us understand their role in our lives. Which colors are you happiest with and which ones turn you away? Let's hope you're happy with all of them. I like all the colors but found that blue was deficient in my life so I know it's a color I have to include more every day.
Then again, I like to wear blue blocker glasses at night when looking at LED screens. How might this affect my need for blue. It sounds complicated but Jacob has answers for this and other color needs.
Be sure to tune in and find out how to make the most of this colorful world.

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