What does it mean to live the mystic’s life? Many say that the mystic is always kind, loving, and positive, even self-sacrificing. But these things do not represent the mystic’s journey. The mystic’s journey is an inward journey, one that might surprise us with its fierce and persistent longing to serve every single aspect of self as if it were a starving child. We tend to believe that those who are on the mystic’s journey are going to be saints in every sense of that word. But we might be surprised to learn who in our world is actually on the mystic’s journey, for it is done so silently that it might not even be noticeable. In fact, it turns out that the mystic’s journey doesn’t really have anything whatsoever to do with terms we know as “good” and “bad,” “morality” and “ethics.” It is unsettling in its depth, and utter peace in its essence. Want to learn about the mystic’s journey. Don’t miss this show.
Is it bunk? Are we doing it wrong? Is there something wrong with us that we can’t make it work? What’s the problem? The simple answer is that life is just an illusion anyway, so what difference does it make. But life is not an illusion. Duality is an illusion. And the problem with the law of attraction may have something to do with the fact that we’ve come at our understanding of it from a dualistic perspective. This show we are going to answer that question once and for all. So, if you are struggling with the law of attraction, or trying to create something in your life using vision boards, affirmations and positive thinking—this show is for you.
You know for centuries now we’ve thought of ourselves as basically evil at the core, striving ever to be good enough to get the rewards that life gives to those who deserve them. It’s only been within the past 20 or 30 years that we’ve begun to even consider the concept that we are not innately evil—that maybe the concept of original sin doesn’t really fly. But then it also doesn’t fly that we are innately good either—for we are not even sure what the term good means. In fact, as we have grown into the practice of meditation and expanding consciousness, as we get closer and closer to the core of our own experience we discover neither goodness nor badness—rather something far more mysterious. We discover the existing one, the I AM that I AM, the ipseity, the divine self. So, while the law of attraction as we currently understand it has us seeking fulfillment by attracting our dreams, the ipseity continues to call us home. Don’t miss this show.
We’ve been told, by those who tell, that the Law of Attraction, as we currently understand it, can be found in the Sacred Texts of the various world religions. Well, this show is going to look at those texts to see what they really say. What we will find there is likely to surprise you, for they actually do tell us about a law of attraction, but not the one we’ve come to understand at all. If the sacred texts give us any wisdom, it will not be found in assumption and presupposition that tries to prove itself after the fact. Nor will it be found in taking words out of context or literalizing. Rather it will be found in the actual meaning of the words. So, let’s check this out together and see what we find.
As we’ve tried to implement the law of attraction and attract and manifest all of our dreams, we’ve run into some road blocks that have forced us to question ourselves. Many are advising that we look to the shadow—or the unconscious—to tell us how we are sabotaging ourselves. But the shadow holds far more within it than the darkness about which we typically hear. In fact, for most of us, the shadow also holds within it, the deepest essence of our truest nature. It is this nature toward which the law of attraction is actually driving us. Tune into this show to learn how the law of attraction really works in your life.
The word “power” is fraught with all kind of connotation, including “control,” “manipulation,” “abuse,” “bullying” and yes, even the word “help.” But these are all externalized views of that word. From an internal perspective power can be seen as the attainment of an authentic stand with and for your Self. Fear, on the other hand, is the foundation from which most of us live our daily lives—whether we admit it or not. Not so long ago many of us were touting the word “fearless,” and claiming our rights to climb the tallest mountain and kayak the fiercest river. But fearlessness is not the same as power, when power is attained internally. In fact, from the internal perspective fear is a springboard for power. This week we are going to be talking all about power, and not just personal power, but something that could more accurately be described as transpersonal power. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about your own power.
Do you know what your shadow knows? The shadow is getting kind of a bad rap these days. More than anything else, the gossip about the shadow has it that the shadow is filled to overflowing with all the “evil” we are hiding in there. And there is a primal darkness there in the secret regions of our psyches. But primal darkness is not necessarily evil. And more importantly, there is much, much more hidden in our shadows then all the scary things we imagine. In fact, you may be profoundly surprised to learn of amazing power and the Universal promises that have been hidden away in the closet of your psyche. So what does the shadow know? Tune in to find out.
Dr. Larry Dossey, our guest for today, is known around the world for his keen ability to bring scientific understanding to spirituality and for his advocacy for the role of spirituality in healthcare and wellness. He is the author of eleven books, including the New York Times Bestseller “Healing Words,” and, the topic of today’s discussion, “The Power of Premonitions: How Knowing the Future can Shape our Lives.” During his distinguished career as a practitioner of integrative medicine, he helped establish the Dallas Diagnostic Association, served as Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital, and served on Hillary Clinton’s Task Force on Health Care Reform in 1993. Today we are going to learn how the mind out of time affects our lives. Want to know more about your capacity for premonition? Don’t miss this show.
One of the basic problems with receiving guidance is that we don’t believe we can tap into the right channel when we most need it. Then our fear gets in the way and we are left to fly by the seat of our proverbials. Christel Nani, a medical intuitive, has some information that might be helpful to you in that regard, for she has written the book on guidance, entitled “Guidance 24/7.” Christel’s medical intuitive readings are known for their pinpoint accuracy, a fact that has ignited her international reputation as “the real thing.” Author of “Diary of a Medical Intuitive,” “Sacred Choices,” and of the CDs “Healing Your First Three Chakras” and “Transforming Your Archetypes,” Christel has much to say about how living authentically is the healing answer. Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to learn to self-heal.
David Robert Ord, Editorial Director for Namaste Publishing, was fascinated with Jesus when he was still in elementary school. That fascination took him from his home in England, to New Zealand and finally to the United States where he became a graduate of San Francisco Theological Seminary. For 20 years he taught about Jesus in traditional congregations, but now his book “Your Forgotten Self” breaks with conventional thinking about Jesus. According to Ord, the reason that we find Jesus difficult to understand is because we think of him as different from us. In fact, he sees Jesus as a mirror of the forgotten self that is the true essence in each of us. Andrea’s conversation with David Ord is an open invitation to all listeners to begin to experience the Divine energy that is the Self, to know the Self as Jesus knew himself—as the way, the truth and the life. Don’t miss it!