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The Oneness Gospel

We talk about Oneness a lot. In fact, even in some circles where New Age/New Thought has not pervaded, there is mention from time to time about this idea that we are all one. But how do we bring Oneness into every living experience? Well, our guest today has come to tell us how to do just that. She is Charlene Proctor, PhD, an ordained minister of Spiritual Peacemaking and a deeksha facilitator trained by the Oneness guides from Fiji and India. She’s the bestselling author of three books, including Let Your Goddess Grow!, The Woman’s Book of Empowerment, and the topic of today’s show, The Oneness Gospel: Birthing the Christ Consciousness and Divine Human in YOU. Charlene is comfortable bridging the gaps between all of the various world religions. So, it doesn’t matter what your flavor is, if you’d like to know how to embrace Oneness in your daily experience, don’t miss this show.

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The Oneness Gospel

We talk about Oneness a lot. In fact, even in some circles where New Age/New Thought has not pervaded, there is mention from time to time about this idea that we are all one. But how do we bring Oneness into every living experience? Well, our guest today has come to tell us how to do just that. She is Charlene Proctor, PhD, an ordained minister of Spiritual Peacemaking and a deeksha facilitator trained by the Oneness guides from Fiji and India. She’s the bestselling author of three books, including Let Your Goddess Grow!, The Woman’s Book of Empowerment, and the topic of today’s show, The Oneness Gospel: Birthing the Christ Consciousness and Divine Human in YOU. Charlene is comfortable bridging the gaps between all of the various world religions. So, it doesn’t matter what your flavor is, if you’d like to know how to embrace Oneness in your daily experience, don’t miss this show.

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Streetsmarts and Spirituality

Unfortunately, many of us are trying desperately to avoid having to really participate in the experience of living here on this planet, through many different means. In so doing we miss the growth experience—something our guest today calls “Earth School.” She tells us that our emotions are leading us back to earth school—where we will learn more about life, about ourselves and about spirituality. Carol Kline is far from unfamiliar with radio and TV having served as a reporter and TV and radio anchor both in Japan and in America, even receiving awards as the top female anchor in her area. Today she has her own radio show and she facilitates workshops and offers life coaching and has authored the book “Streetwise Spirituality: 28 Days to Inner Fitness & Everyday Enlightenment,” the subject of our discussion today. Sometimes our spiritual teachings are so ethereal that we can’t get grounded. Today, we are going to get grounded. Don’t miss it.

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Being You?

There is so much said today about “being yourself” that we get really confused about who that really is. We bat around the word “hardwired” when we speak of being ourselves, as if we are more or less doomed to repeat this same dysfunctional patterns in our lives. But today we are talking with Dr. Joe Dispenza, author of the books, Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind, and the topic of today’s discussion, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One. He tells us that a new science is emerging that empowers us to create the reality we choose. Not only that, he tells us that we can move from the old habituated me, to the real self. Today he’ll provide us with a few tools we can apply in order to make those changes necessary to creating our own lives. You are not going to want to miss this one.

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Special Encore Presentation: Dr. Brian Weiss and Deeper Levels of Healing

Dr. Brian Weiss comes to the Authentic Living Show this week to help us find new levels of healing with regard to past life regression. He’ll be appearing at the upcoming I Can Do It Conference in Atlanta, GA to discuss this same topic and today we are fortunate to have him come here to give us a preview and to help us understand past-life regression and why it helps us heal and grow. Dr. Weiss is best known for his best-selling book Many Lives, Many Masters, and his scientific exploration of a topic, which in the field of psychiatry is still considered by many to be bogus. His work is considered by most to be earth-shattering in that it changes the entire view of who we are and what we are doing here. So, you are not going to want to miss this show.

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Relationship AS Soul

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.

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Body AS Soul

Historically the body has been blamed for all of man’s errors, his so-called “sins,” and his weaknesses. It makes him sick and it eventually dies. It’s rather like a ball and chain we drag around with us. And the soul is a distant relative, living so far away in heaven that we can’t get to it until we die. And whether we still believe those things or not they are still rolling around in the unconscious as archetypal memory. So, here’s the $64,000 question: Why did we come here in a body if all it is is an encumbrance which we eventually dump in favor of heaven or the next incarnation? Is it the slave of the mind, pushed and cajoled and even whipped into shape? Is it like a devil, meant to tempt us with all manner of intemperance? What’s the point? Well today we are going to delve into these mysteries, with a little humor, and a lot of wisdom. If you are having trouble connecting the dots between body and soul, don’t miss this episode.

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Dr. Brian Weiss and Deeper Levels of Healing

Dr. Brian Weiss comes to the Authentic Living Show this week to help us find new levels of healing with regard to past life regression. He’ll be appearing at the upcoming I Can Do It Conference in Atlanta, GA to discuss this same topic and today we are fortunate to have him come here to give us a preview and to help us understand past-life regression and why it helps us heal and grow. Dr. Weiss is best known for his best-selling book Many Lives, Many Masters, and his scientific exploration of a topic, which in the field of psychiatry is still considered by many to be bogus. His work is considered by most to be earth-shattering in that it changes the entire view of who we are and what we are doing here. So, you are not going to want to miss this show.

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Where have you gone?

Death is one of the most frightening and awesome of life’s mysteries. Because it is, we’ve developed all manner of mythology about it—including the myth that life is over when we die. But many have experienced, first hand, another reality. And while there are still many who still assert that death is death and life is life and never the twain shall meet; our guest today offers moving and profound information to the contrary. Hollister Rand is an internationally renowned medium. Known for the detailed messages she provides from loved ones living in the spirit world, Hollister is clairvoyant, clairaudient and clairsentient—meaning she can see, hear and sense the presence of spirits. One of her primary messages is that “Life is never over,” and her book, I’m Not Dead, I’m Different: Kids in Spirit Teach Us About Living a Better Life on Earth is the subject of the Authentic Living show today. If you have lost loved ones and are wondering where they are—tune in. You’ll be glad you did.

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What is your Dharma?

Now there’s a question you don’t hear every day on the streets of downtown USA, Europe or Asia. But it’s one that our hearts long to answer, whether or not we yet even understand the question. As Eastern philosophies are more and more accepted in the Western world, the terms, dharma and karma have been tossed about quite a bit. But really, do you know your dharma? Well, Lissa Coffey comes to the Authentic Living show today for the second time to introduce us to our dharma. Her book just out, entitled What’s Your Dharma? Discover the Vedic Way to Your Life’s Purpose” is the subject of our talk today. Author of 6 books and expert on relationship, Ayruveda, Feng Shi, Aromatherapy, Hypnotherapy and other ancient philosophies, Lissa brings profound insight, about which Deepak Chopras says: “Your heart will thank you for Lissa’s helpful and heartful vision.” Don’t miss it.