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Best Sacral podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Sacral podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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In HUM Talks, Sarah Knight talks to different Alternative Health Therapists about their work in the amazing field of personal health and healing. Alternative healthcare is a very large, and ever-growing, field, but here you can learn a bit more about just a few of the options available to you if you are on your own journey towards optimum health. If you like these interviews, let us know, as we expand even further into the field and conduct more! Questions and comments can be made through th ...
 
USING THE IDEA THAT FREQUENCIES CONTAINED IN THE VOICE ARE HOLOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATIONS OF YOUR STATE OF HEALTH, THE FIELD OF HUMAN BIOACOUSTICS WAS PIONEERED. • Each person possesses unique harmonics of frequency that can be expressed through the voice. However, when these complex frequencies of the body become unbalanced, the voice primarily reflects this altered state, and the body manifests it as dis-stress or dis-ease at the structural and biochemical levels. In reality, there are no sol ...
 
This is an extraordinary series of Eight short films, documenting Tor Websters journey to each of the Earth Chakras. The first short film is from his visionary journey where he received his mission, then seven short films show is pilgrimage from the Base Chakra at Mount Shasta California to the Crown Chakra at Mount Kailash in Tibet. This takes him through South America, Australia, Europe and Egypt. Enjoy.
 
Jenna Zoë is a world leading expert in Human Design, the science of your soul’s blueprint. Using your time, place and date of birth it maps your genetic expression, telling you exactly the person your soul came here to be. Since we are already born as our highest, most authentic and powerful selves, our work is about unbecoming who the world told us to be so we can naturally align with who we really are which is the source of our success, ease and abundance. Join Jenna as she discusses the o ...
 
Breastfeeding mother of three sons, wife, educator, Kemetic Yoga Instructor, Mindfulness and Meditation guide shares space, knowledge, stories, insights and practices regarding how to live in Maat (balance and harmony) and how to show up as your best self. This weekly podcast offers tips to improve one's overall well being, mental health, techniques in stress management and self regulation, and parenting in a collaborative effort through special guests, proverbs, poetry, and readings. New ep ...
 
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In San Diego at the 2019 American Academy of Religion’s annual meeting, Dave McConeghy sat down with six early career scholars to discuss religious literacy in the context of the release of the AAR’s Religious Literacy Guidelines. The guidelines were a multi-year project funded by a grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation, and speak not only …
 
Join us as recognized expert in CBD and Cannabis, Mary Clifton, M.D., shares what her latest research has revealed about cannabinoids and immunity! Also discussed are the short and long term beneficial effects of CBD formulations. Mary Clifton, M.D. is a board-certified, licensed, internal medicine doctor practicing in Manhattan. She is a recognize…
 
It’s ideology, religion and conspiracy all the way in this month’s Discourse! David G. Robertson is joined by Suzanne Owen and Craig Martin to discuss the Sun’s mockery of pagans, problems with the Guardian’s headline that people are returning to the Church, coronavirus conspiracies in India targetting Muslims, and how “idiology” (or one idiology, …
 
WellnessWiz Jack Tips, Ph.D., C.C.N., was born out of passion for genuine health and the quality of life-experience that a healthy body, mind, and spirit provides. He has dedicated his career to advancing the application of natural health practices and bringing to bear the latest research in his own clinic as well as passing on his vast knowledge t…
 
At the 2019 American Academy of Religion conference in San Diego, California, Brett Esaki sat down with Jolyon Thomas to discuss Thomas’ new book Faking Liberties and the complex intersection of religious freedom, empire, and racialization in the post-war relationship between Japan and the United States. The processes or projects of secularization,…
 
W. Gifford-Jones, MD has influenced complementary and alternative medicine like no other. His greatest impact on health care and on progress in considering, safe, effective, and low-cost natural approaches has been through his medical column that reaches millions of readers across North America. His new book "No Nonsense Health - Naturally!" writte…
 
Happy May the Fourth! Today we bring you a special episode of The Religious Studies Project to celebrate 2020’s International Star Wars Day. After the release of Star Wars film in 1977, it became obvious that creator George Lucas had tapped into something profound. Over the next few decades, Star Wars became a behemoth worth billions of dollars and…
 
Studies show that the endless onslaught of digital content is fragmenting our mental ability to focus on, retain, and process information. And for those of us interested in seeking a larger consciousness, the journey depends on having a quiet mind. With literally too much information available to us in the cyber era than it's possible to assimilate…
 
Human Design is a new tool that says since we’re all different, we all have a different way to get to our biggest, happiest self. Imagine you have a unique operating system, gifts and traits, and it’s only by honouring them and shutting out the conditioning of the world that will lead you to become and have your dream life. It’s an individualised r…
 
Boxers routinely cultivate personal brands that integrate religious, ethnic, and national identities says Professor Arlene Sanchez Walsh in this conversation with David McConeghy about the relationship between sport and self. To what degree are boxer’s religious affiliations only as skin deep as their tattoos? What are the goals for boxers looking …
 
Imagine the possibilities of being able to intuitively pinpoint the root causes of illness, imbalance and disease! Wendie Colter is a Certified Medical Intuitive Practitioner (CMIP), Certified Energy Healing Practitioner, and Certified Transformational Coach (CEG). She is the founder and CEO of The Practical Path, which presents educational program…
 
In April’s episode of Discourse!, Chris Cotter, Chris Silver and Savannah Finver place the current global situation relating to coronavirus front and centre in their discussion. Come for serious commentary but stay for some levity in the form of cats and dogs. Topics of discussion concern the adaption of certain practices for online spaces, the reg…
 
Paul Gaylon likes to be on the cutting edge. President and Founder of Herbal Products & Development, he has studied herbs and formulated innovative herbal products and whole food concentrates for over 30 years. Through his extensive travels, he has become knowledgeable in native and foreign herbs. Gaylon has always been dedicated to implementing ne…
 
Accounts of Near Death Experiences will no doubt be very familiar to listeners of the RSP and the broader public. From fictional accounts such as the Wizard of Oz or Flatliners, to self-reports which grew in popularity in the mid-twentieth century, many of us will be know narrative tropes such as the tunnel, the life review, and the out of body exp…
 
In a co-edited volume, Figurations and Sensations of the Unseen in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Contested Desires, Birgit Meyer and Terje Stordalen bring together innovative perspectives on the prevalence of images in religious traditions often described as harboring aniconistic tendencies. Should we really see these traditions as “anti-image”…
 
Millions of people struggle with an unhealthy, unhappy and unsatisfying relationship with food. An individual’s relationship with food can be complex and complicated. Americans are obsessed with food and weight control. Integrative Medicine for BINGE EATING: A Comprehensive Guide to the New Hope Model for the Elimination of Binge Eating and Food Cr…
 
Norman Lear was a central figure in American television in the 1970s. His media productions like All in the Family were deeply activist, reflecting his ideas about what kinds of dialogue and reflection were needed to preserve American society in an era of sharp divisions over social and political issues that came to be called the Culture Wars. As a…
 
There are times in people’s lives when they are stuck, stressed and not sure what step to take next. Dr. Kathy Gruver, internationally recognized speaker and motivational powerhouse, seeks to provide tools, pathways and barrier-busting techniques to allow people to move forward to overcome limitations, discover new strengths and conquer stress. She…
 
In this month’s episode of Discourse!, Theo Wildcroft, Dan Gorman and special emergency guest Vivian Asimos discuss the US Supreme Court’s relationship to Christianity, how the Independent dealt with criticism of a review of a book critical of paganism, and religion, abuse and the idea of a ‘witch hunt’ in yoga and academia. Oh and something called…
 
Amplify Regenerate Transform with Dr. Robyn Benson’s A.R.T. Dr. Robyn Benson is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM) who brings an innovative and game changing approach to today’s health care. Robyn offers the most advanced leading-edge therapies, procedures and products designed to renew restore and revive peoples’ health called A.R.T. (Amplified R…
 
This second interview with Timothy Fitzgerald covers his later work, from Discourse on Civility and Barbarity (2007) and Religion and Politics in International Relations: The Modern Myth (2011). In these works, thinking about the historical development of the category “religion” leads to consideration of other ‘modern’ categories which make up the …
 
Religious Nationalism is the focus of a newly released book by journalist Katherine Stewart called The Power Worshippers (Bloomsbury Press). Framing her work as a decade-plus interest in the political and rhetorical moves of conservative Christians in the United States, Stewart raises an alarm about the distributed assault she sees on the wall sepa…
 
Is the CBD formulation or other cannabinoids the "wonder drugs" we're making them out to be? Join us as recognized expert in CBD and Cannabis, Mary Clifton, M.D., shares what her CBD research has revealed regarding cancers, anxiety, sleep disorders, ADHD, and more! Mary Clifton, M.D. is a board-certified, licensed, internal medicine doctor practici…
 
Beliefs are not written in stone. They change over time and sometimes we hold contradictory beliefs. Taking beliefs as changing and nuanced rather than fixed reveals the role of narratives and cultural context in shaping beliefs. In this week’s episode, Sidney Castillo’s conversation with Ülo Valk introduces us to some of the ways in which this pro…
 
WellnessWiz Jack Tips, Ph.D., C.C.N., was born out of passion for genuine health and the quality of life-experience that a healthy body, mind, and spirit provides. He has dedicated his career to advancing the application of natural health practices and bringing to bear the latest research in his own clinic as well as passing on his vast knowledge t…
 
Can a new journal expand how we think of America when we focus on religion? These two categories, religion and America, are at the center of American Religion, a new semiannual publication from Indiana University Press edited by Sarah Imhoff and M. Cooper Harriss. In this episode recorded at the 2019 AAR conference in San Diego, Imhoff and Harriss …
 
Your blood holds the clues you need to maintain vibrant health. Yet a standard blood lab panel--the most widely used diagnostic tool in Western medicine--may not reveal subclinical imbalances or the earliest beginnings of disease. Your lab work results may come back “normal,” even though you have lingering symptoms of allergies, pain, headaches, fa…
 
Tim Fitzgerald is one of the foundational figures in the critical study of religion, and his seminal volume, The Ideology of Religious Studies, was published twenty years ago this year. In this interview – the first of a two-part retrospective – we discuss his career and how his studies in Hinduism and his time spent in Japan led him to question th…
 
Natural Pharmacist Ross Pelton rejoins our program to share how microcirculationcan improve your health, resulting in a better quality of life and a healthier aging process! As a Pharmacist, Nutritionist, Author, and Health Educator, Ross Pelton, R.Ph, Ph.D., CNN, has worked hard to reveal the potential behind natural medicine. In October 1999, Pel…
 
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