The world was moved a few years back when Cherie Carter-Scott published her bestselling book, If Life is a Game, These are the Rules. It is a simple, but profound rendition of what we can expect on the journey. Not knowing the simplified rendition of why we are here, and what we can expect can keep us running into the walls we find everywhere in our consciousness. But Carter-Scott’s book provides us with a template for living that will not soon be forgotten once it is absorbed. And we are going to be talking with her today about these rules for the game of life. So, if you are wondering what the heck is going on—tune in. You are not going to want to miss this exciting and powerful show.
In 1995 and 1996 The Celestine Prophecy was the #1 American book in the world, and the #1 international bestseller of 1996. This phenomenal novel spent over 3 years on the New York Times best sellers list. The book’s author James Redfield continued the story with the sequels The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision and The Secret of Shambhala: In Search of the Eleventh Insight. And now the long-awaited book, The Twelfth Insight: The Hour of Decision, has arrived on the book shelves. And James Redfield is going to be here to tell us about his own journey in writing this book as well as the rare truths that it unfolds for us. You might even say that James Redfield is one of the world’s most important catalysts for change in world vision—so we are very excited to have him on the show this week to help us all toward that Twelfth Insight. Don’t miss it.
Nash Mourad is a coach, corporate facilitator and trainer, who has written a book called “How to be Right About Everything: An Awakening Journey into Unlearning.” And this week we are talking to him about what it is that we are unlearning and why. He and his partner developed a firm called, Emergent Awareness through which he has served as an executive management consultant for a variety of Fortune 100 companies and government agencies. Nash wants to teach how we can improve our lives by fully accepting others. Further he believes that we choose our experiences and that recognition of this fact offers us peace. In today’s world where relationship with others and personal awareness is going to be key to success, this show going to be vital to understanding how to live it with grace. Don’t miss it.
We Plan, God Laughs: 10 Steps to Finding Your Divine Path When Life Is Not Turning Out Like You Wanted. That’s the title of Rabbi Sherre Hirsch’s book and the topic of our discussion with her today. Rabbi Hirsch was the first woman rabbi at Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, the largest Conservative synagogue in the western U.S., where she served for eight years. A student of eastern philosophy as well as Jewish Theology, she has spent her time after her tenure at Sinai sharing her unique blend of the spiritual and the everyday with a larger audience, by appearing “The Today Show,” “ABC News”, “Inside Edition”, “Faith Matters Now” and others. Her book, “We Plan, God Laughs” reflects both a theme in her own life as well as guidance for the reader through a spiritual and introspective journey toward fulfilling divine potential. Life not turning out like you want? Tune in and find out how do find your divine path now.
Joan Anderson is a journalist and the bestselling author of A Year by the Sea, An Unfinished Marriage, A Walk on the Beach, and A Weekend to Change Your Life. She lives with her husband in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and conducts weekend workshops for women around the country. And she made the decision to do just that, and only that, as a part of a second-chance return to the Self disclosed in her latest book, The Second Journey: The Road Back to Yourself. What she has to teach us is that even after finding the Self we can get off track, out of balance and that by taking that second journey we can find our way back. Through her poignant rendition of her own journey she becomes a personal mentor to all of her readers. Not only that, but her workshops for women facilitate the feminine energy of going within to go without, and finding the balance between the internal and external essential to authentic living. Don’t miss this moving show about your own journey.
Often the journey to the Authentic Self is a bit like losing your place. An identity to which you have held for years, even decades is diminishing. You can no longer say you are that old notion of yourself, but you can’t really say who it is that you are now. Worse than that, for some this amounts to a serious depression that may even include suicidal despair. For others it seems that life is meaningless, God cannot be accessed and the everyday experience of life is without hope. What is the purpose of this period in our lives or is there a purpose to it? Well it turns out that, indeed, there is a purpose to it, and not only that, but there is a way through it that brings you to the other side of the desert land a deeply evolved person. Are you experiencing a painful twist in your journey? Tune in and find out how you can make this into a time of enlightenment and, yes, even find joy in the midst of it.
Authenticity does not usually occur in a one time epiphany. Most often we have to coax it along by recognizing, listening to and honoring its voice. One way to do that is to work with a Life Coach. And today we are interviewing Life Coach and author, Salle Redfield. Two of Salle’s works, a CD and a book, are meditations based on her husband James Redfield’s work The Celestine Prophecy. She has also written The Joy of Meditating with an accompanying CD and Creating a Life of Joy, also with a CD by the same title. Salle began Life Coaching as an outgrowth of her own journey to authenticity. As a Life Coach, she helps her clients to focus on their truest passions and follow them. If you want to create a more authentic life, don’t miss this show!
In the past 12 years Neale Donald Walsch has impacted spiritual evolution worldwide with an amazing and lengthy public Conversation with God. Through that process, one which has included at least 23 books, and several video and audio programs, he has set the spiritual world on fire. But Walsch is not without his own personal trials, including a fire that destroyed all of his belongings, the break-up of his marriage, a car accident that left him with a broken neck, and finally a period of homelessness and near starvation. Yet an openness to experience and an authentic search brought Walsch to his own personal and profound awakening, which has served to raise the consciousness of and even disturb the rest of the world.
Andrea will interview Walsch on this week’s Authentic Living episode, to discuss the journey to authenticity that is the very nature of the soul. Don’t miss it!
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.
Robert Forman comes back to be with us today to talk about his ideas about Jazz in the Soul in which relationship becomes real and soulful. Robert is the author of “Enlightenment Ain’t What It’s Cracked Up to Be: A Journey of Discovery, Snow and Jazz in the Soul” carries a profound awareness of what it is like to live life in touch with soul. When it comes to relationship, we tend to think that the other party is our soul. They represent our happiness, our security, our hope and often we think that we cannot live without some of our relationships. Well perhaps we never live without them, but that’s not the question. The question is how much of our relationship is soul and how much operates as if it is separate from the soul? If you want to learn how to make yours into a soulful relationship, don’t miss this show.