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Leaning into the Mystery

We do need to know don’t we! We need to think that we know, that we are certain, that we are sure. Most of our traditional faith is made up of that need to know. We’ve got it written down, and we’ve interpreted it literally and that is how we know. Science is equally an effort to know. History—though it is often told by the winners of the wars—is an attempt to know our past. And often we try to know our future by making goals, creating our vision boards and deciding what it is that the Universe should give us. But there is a mystic way that does not need to know. Where knowledge is ever-evolving experience and where mystery is power. But it frightens us to not know, or to think we don’t know, and that is why so many of us are actually employed by persons who make it our job to know something. So, how do we overcome this fear of not knowing enough to lean into mystery? And why would we want to? Don’t miss this one—there’s hidden power here.

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Fear, Drama, Trauma, and Peace

‘Tis the season for peace, is it not? For many, right this minute, it is far, far from a season of peace. Life does not stop its incessant requirements just because it’s Christmas. And sometimes our worst fears arrive already unwrapped at our front door right at Christmas time. So, where can we go to find peace in the midst of the traumas and dramas of our lives—seasonal or otherwise? Is it possible for us to face chaotic, frightening, even traumatic times in our lives in peace? Most people would tell us that we just have to keep our heads down and keep our focus on moving on through it. But what if it really were possible to live in peace regardless of the circumstances? Would that mean living in the paralysis of Pollyanna-world? During this show, we are going to learn how to access peace—no matter what. A peace that not only allows us to calm down and feel deeply connected to the divine within, but also raises our ability to focus and deal with whatever is presented. Don’t miss it!

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The Nature of Change

We all know that no one can change for us. What we don’t necessarily know is that no one changes just like us. So, what is the nature of change for you? Change is not only a matter of desire, determination or action. All of these pieces of the puzzle are important, but there is more to it, a missing piece. This week our guest is Laura Young, author of “The Nature of Change” and during this show we’ll be talking about how to put all the pieces of this puzzle together. We’ll discuss the power of the unconscious and how befriending its holdings offers greater success. And we’ll look at some tools to assist in going beyond fear of change in our own “signature” way, by looking at our personal patterns both when we decide to change and when change is thrust upon us. Laura is a psychotherapist, author and radio show host in her own right, who runs the Life Resource Center. Are you in the throes of change? Don’t miss this show.

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The Power of Soulful Living

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.

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The Heroic Journey through Sexual Trauma

It’s a difficult topic but one which millions of people all over the world are contending with right this minute. It’s a secret most of the time, but the most important task is not in exposing the secret, but in healing, and not just healing but in learning to thrive. Our guest today, Melissa Bradley, is an expert on sexual trauma with twenty-seven years experience in both clinical and investigative work in the field of sexual trauma. She’s taught more than 50,000 professionals in America, Canada and Central America in her two self-developed programs, “The Psychology of Resilience: A Multi-modal Approach to Thriving Using the Heroic Journey” and “Three Stages of Healing: Counseling Victims of Sexual Trauma.” Instead of living a lifetime filled with fear and reenactment, she teaches that survivors of sexual trauma can become thrivers whose lives are rich, peaceful and meaningful. If you are a survivor or know someone else who is, don’t miss this show!

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Nameless Grace

How do you talk about the silence that moves you and is simply unsayable, but by its synchronistic moirai, its seemingly miraculous events, its moments in which the veil lifts and we see clearly? Sitting in the quietude of such a moment while holding its power, as if one were holding in hand the wave of a tsunami, can only be described as sacred. But the most amazing thing about these moments is that we all too quickly dismiss them by doubting what just happened to us or calling them coincidence. Worse yet, we dare not tell others about them for fear they will ridicule us. And so we find no room in our lives for these wonders, except through questioned memories that create a deep sense of longing. But today, we are going to talk about them. For once, for an hour, we are going to open up to these experiences recognizing them as inroads to the truths of our existence. Don’t miss this show!

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Guidance Anytime, Anywhere

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.

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Leaning into the Mystery

We do need to know don’t we! We need to think that we know, that we are certain, that we are sure. Most of our traditional faith is made up of that need to know. We’ve got it written down, and we’ve interpreted it literally and that is how we know. Science is equally an effort to know. History—though it is often told by the winners of the wars—is an attempt to know our past. And often we try to know our future by making goals, creating our vision boards and deciding what it is that the Universe should give us. But there is a mystic way that does not need to know. Where knowledge is ever-evolving experience and where mystery is power. But it frightens us to not know, or to think we don’t know, and that is why so many of us are actually employed by persons who make it our job to know something. So, how do we overcome this fear of not knowing enough to lean into mystery? And why would we want to? Don’t miss this one—there’s hidden power here.

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The Nature of Change

We all know that no one can change for us. What we don’t necessarily know is that no one changes just like us. So, what is the nature of change for you? Change is not only a matter of desire, determination or action. All of these pieces of the puzzle are important, but there is more to it, a missing piece. This week our guest is Laura Young, author of “The Nature of Change” and during this show we’ll be talking about how to put all the pieces of this puzzle together. We’ll discuss the power of the unconscious and how befriending its holdings offers greater success. And we’ll look at some tools to assist in going beyond fear of change in our own “signature” way, by looking at our personal patterns both when we decide to change and when change is thrust upon us. Laura is a psychotherapist, author and radio show host in her own right, who runs the Life Resource Center. Are you in the throes of change? Don’t miss this show.

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Fear, Drama, Trauma, and Peace

‘Tis the season for peace, is it not? For many, right this minute, it is far, far from a season of peace. Life does not stop its incessant requirements just because it’s Christmas. And sometimes our worst fears arrive already unwrapped at our front door right at Christmas time. So, where can we go to find peace in the midst of the traumas and dramas of our lives—seasonal or otherwise? Is it possible for us to face chaotic, frightening, even traumatic times in our lives in peace? Most people would tell us that we just have to keep our heads down and keep our focus on moving on through it. But what if it really were possible to live in peace regardless of the circumstances? Would that mean living in the paralysis of Pollyanna-world? During this show, we are going to learn how to access peace—no matter what. A peace that not only allows us to calm down and feel deeply connected to the divine within, but also raises our ability to focus and deal with whatever is presented. Don’t miss it!