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David Barnes on Challenging our Biases

Why do our human patterns keep repeating and how do we change that? How do we learn to get along? Being divided is not new for humanity, these energetic patterns have been going on for eons. Through the use of movies, David Barnes provides a unique and innovated way...

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Matthew Burriesci on Tyranny & Empires: Is History Repeating?

What is a demagogue? Are we seeing the end of our republic and the rise of an empire? Matt Burriesci has studied the foundations of our Western civilization. He knows that history has given us many great teachers to learn from at this moment. Join us for a candid...

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Jim Self on Mastering Alchemy

What is ascension? What will our world look like as we move into the 4th and 5th dimensions? Jim Self has been teaching healing and energy management techniques for decades. He knows that as we learn to remove old thoughts and beliefs from our upbringing, we can...

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Shanon Harwood on the Archetype Project

Is our life pre-determined? What are the different ways we engage and understand the world? How is knowing this useful? Shanon Harwood says that we can work with the different archetypes to assist us with our problems and understand the common themes in our lives. She...

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Cynthia Ruiz on Leadership and Indigenous Wisdom

How do we integrate wisdom from other cultures into our public policy? What makes a good leader? Cynthia Ruiz has a unique perspective that blends teachings from her Latina and indigenous backgrounds. She knows how important it is for leaders to be in touch with what...

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Rev. Dr. Karen Tate on Cultivating the Sacred Feminine

Did Hillary Clinton represent the sacred feminine? What role does Trump play in the creation of a new paradigm? Rev. Dr. Karen Tate has devoted her life's work to re-awakening Goddess spirituality in the modern world. She hopes that one day the masculine and feminine...

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Robert Manni on The Balanced Male

Balance is a challenge for most people, but real balance isn't just about what we eat or how we exercise. It is about being mindful, attentive, and bringing harmony to all aspects of who we are. Robert Manni has looked deeply at what it means to balance both the...

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Dr. Georgina Cannon on Navigating Relationships

Some of our most challenging situations revolve around navigating relationships. How do we engage with our parents, siblings, and colleagues in healthy ways? How can we prepare for those difficult conversations? Dr. Georgina Cannon explains that the most important...

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Luke Adler on Healing the Mind/Body & Emotions

How do suppressed emotions affect our body? What does self-love really mean? Luke Adler was on his own journey of self-healing before helping others to seek out health, happiness, and fulfillment. He believes that disease stems from not really understanding who you...

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Nick Dunn on Revelations from the Dark

What differs between the urbanscape of the daylight and the urbanscape in the dark? What do our built environments say about the current state of our society and our economics? Nightwalking has been a pastime of many who wish to see deeper into the structure and form...

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Klaire D. Roy on the Circle of Initiates

What are the 7 Rays and how do they influence the evolution of our earth? What is the ray structure of our president-elect Donald Trump? Klaire D. Roy is the literary interpreter of Tibetan Master Djwhal Khul's critical study of the ray structure and initiation level...

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Jacob Nordby on Creativity & Living a Non-Conformist Life

Deep down people want to live a life of meaning and yet we all feel this pressure to lead a 'Normal' life. What are we giving up when we don't seek the truth of who we are? How does the exploration of our own creativity help us to break through the chains of...

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Lisa Knopp on Disordered Eating & Our True Hunger

We hear often about the cultural messages leading to body image issues and eating disorders, but are there other factors at play? Is there a difference between eating disorders and disordered eating? Join us as Lisa Knopp shares her candid journey and some of the...

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Leslie J Hart on Indigenous Wisdom & the Council Fire Part II

Several years ago, Leslie had a prophetic vision that was shared with him through a sacred indigenous tradition called a council fire. This vision was a call to humanity to make the necessary changes or it warned of our destruction. Join us as Leslie shares with us...

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Leslie J Hart on Indigenous Widsom & the Council Fire Part I

Read more about the Council Fires part I, II, III Can you imagine a world where decisions are made by asking "What will this look like seven generations from now?" There is so much for us to learn from Indigenous Cultures. Join us as we speak with Shaman, Leslie J...

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John Robinson on Sacred Aging & the Divine Human

How does our popular culture pathologize many of the spiritual changes associated with aging? What is unique to our Elders that makes expanded consciousness possible? Join us for an uplifting conversation about connecting to our divine potential, understanding the...

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Rick Smyre on a Framework for a New World

In this fast paced world where our technology and population are growing exponentially, how do we create a thoughtful world? Are there methods or a framework that can help us to have meaningful conversations about where we want to go as a country and as a global...

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Mark Hawthorne on Compassion & the Vegan Ethic

Factory farming is a cruel system that has a devastating impact on the environment. What is often not understood is that it is also a social justice issue. It is the same mindset of domination and power, that leads to things like systemic racism and sexism, that...

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Graciela Tiscareño-Sato on Latinnovation & The Green Economy

How do we create meaning between our values and our economics? Why is it so important to have those values ingrained in our businesses from the very beginning? In her book, Latinnovating: Green American Jobs and the Latinos Creating Them, Graciela highlights the work...

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Jennifer Noel Taylor on Living What You Love

Could the same things that affect your health be stopping you from living the life you love? In her book, Love Incorporated:The Business of Doing What You Love, Jennifer Noel Taylor talks about our body as a reflection of the heart and why this relationship matters on...

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Amy Van Atta Slater on Finding Meaning & Magic in the Everyday

Amy Van Atta Slater was confronted with several life challenges all at once. In the midst of divorce, she had to deal with her father's failing health and the exacerbation of her own chronic illness. This forced Amy to look within and figure who she is and what truly...

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