Archive for September 2020

Karen Frances McCarthy had a terrible tragedy happen in her life. Her fiance suddenly died while she was traveling for business. Even while she was in unfamiliar territory out of town, serendipitous events brought her to places where she learned that he was still around but in another dimension and could give her clear signs of his presence. She was astounded that strangers could hear and identify him. It woke her up to an expanded reality she'd been unaware of. The more she researched this phenomena, the more real it became and found that she also had gifts of connecting with the other side. She embarked on a totally new path in her life to help people know they haven't fully lost their loved ones. Her book, "Till Death Don't Us Part, A True Story of Awakening to Love After Life" describes her fascinating journey.

Losing loved ones isn't as hard when we know they're still alive but in another dimension that we can make contact with. It doesn't remove our grief yet it certainly helps us feel better about their future and the greater love that we share. Karen Frances McCarthy lost a loved one and, to her surprise, she was able to make contact with him across dimensions. Her book, "Till Death Don't Us Part", is the amazing journey she found herself on to learn about life after death. Don't miss this interview where she'll talk about her discoveries and where they have taken her ever since. It's a larger Universe than we ever imagined.

Randy Kritkausky knew he had some Native American ancestry but for most of his life, it was in the background. At one point, his ancestors started calling on him through the insistent presence of coywolves. They were also a mixed breed as he was. He took strong note and began a journey to learn more about his native family. It was a great awakening and he understood his new calling. This resulted in his book, "Without Reservation, Awakening to Native American Spirituality and the Ways of Our Ancestors". The presence of Native Americans is growing in today's society as they have much to offer us. Randy looks at his and their long history and sees how we need to reframe their image and also that of Native Americans who have their genes but aren't full blooded. It's a very large population that can help bring us more into their gifts and potentials to create a better world.

There are so many people here with Native American genes as well as other genes and might not realize the ancestors are calling on them as well. Randy Kritkausky discovered the value of his genes when he started researching his ancestors and wanted to honor their heritage. He realized so many of their struggles and how they are playing out now among all Native Americans to create an awakening. His book, Without Reservation, has wonderful chapters about how and why their history is so poorly understood and what we all can gain from knowing what they can offer us. Don't miss this opportunity to hear Randy talk about his heritage and the amazing journey he's been on to bring us to this light.

Dr. Karen Wyatt has worked in hospices for many years and has listened closely as the dying have offered advice for the living. There's much wisdom that comes from their lips as they've provided intimate and honest reflections on their own lives.
Many struggle with forgiveness and have wonderful revelations that can help us work with it. In this interview, we'll be discussing the obstacles to forgiveness and how to better understand its nature.
Karen's book, "7 Lessons for Living from the Dying, How to Nurture What Really Matters" can help us live with more meaning, purpose and love.
We know that we can feel freer if we can forgive others (and even ourselves). This is a time of great polarity and apparently very little forgiveness. How can we look at this time and struggle in a more compassionate way? Can we forgive ourselves for not being able to forgive better?
What does true forgiveness entail and how can we find it in our lives? Dr. Karen Wyatt is a hospice physician who has heard the greatest pearls of wisdom from those on their death beds. She'll talk about how her patients have discovered insights necessary to overcome their deep grievances about others.
Tune in and hear about how you can work better with forgiveness. .

We are living in a world with many stories we're supposed to believe and it's hard to know who to trust. There is so much that we question and often to others we are in strong disagreement with. There are dozens of conspiracy theories and some of them are very true yet many aren't. Most people are not questioning the information they are fed by the authorities of one major camp or another and do their best to cooperate with mainstream ideas and actions. Some of us are natural skeptics and regularly stir the pot of "normalcy". Ole Dammegard is a world famous conspiracy investigator and dives into stories that might appear beyond belief. In this interview, we're going to talk about hidden forces at play in this world and what their purposes are. What kind of world are we living in that we might not have imagined? We all have to create our own opinions and it's better to be the most knowledgeable we can. What are the truths you're willing to believe or not?

It's a treat to speak with Ole Dammegard again who is a powerful, sacrificing investigator of most of the conspiracies we hear about. He lives in great danger to expose what he believes are the hidden dangers in the world that we're living with.
Tune in to hear this very unique guest who has amazing information to talk about.

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