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Best Parker J Palmer podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Parker J Palmer podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The Growing Edge Podcast is hosted by Parker J. Palmer and Carrie Newcomer. In this podcast Carrie, Parker and exciting guests will explore new life on the growing edge - personally, vocationally and politically. What's your growing edge?
 
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Join Parker and Carrie as they explore the idea of New Year’s Revolutions. At the turn of the year many of us engage in the cultural practice of New Year's resolutions. Often these intentions have to do with visiting the gym more frequently, diet or creating a more desirable habit to replace an old one. But what would it be like to begin the year w…
 
Join Carrie and Parker as they explore Jeanne Lohmann's, "Questions Before Dark”“Be patient toward all that is unresolved in your heart… Try to love the questions themselves… Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given because you would not be able to live them—and the point is to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will the…
 
Join Parker and Carrie for a conversation about this powerful Thomas Merton quote, and how they personally wrestle with overactivity and try to reclaim the wisdom of living at the speed of soul.By Carrie Newcomer & Parker J. Palmer
 
In our September podcast, Carrie and Parker take on the topic of conflict on the personal, vocational, and political growing edges of our lives. We live in divisive times, culturally and politically. For many of us, navigating these complexities with family, friends, and colleagues has become challenging. When navigating conflict, what helps you st…
 
Join Parker and Carrie for a heart opening conversation with Author/Poet/Educator Mark Nepo as they discuss what it means to show up as our authentic self, balancing our inner and outer lives, and how when we are in touch with our deepest human experiences we are in touch with our shared human experience. Mark Nepo has moved and inspired readers an…
 
Join Parker and Carrie for our July podcast where we explore the concept of abundance. The very idea of “the growing edge” is rooted in the confidence that more life, new life, is always possible. In this conversation we discuss how community not only creates abundance—community is abundance. We explore the life-giving expansion that happens when w…
 
Our friend Greg Ellison is Professor of Pastoral Care & Counseling at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He is founder of Fearless Dialogues, a nonprofit that creates unique spaces for unlikely partners to have hard, heartfelt conversations on taboo subjects like racism, classism, and community violence. Ellison’s research focuses on c…
 
To live an undivided life, to follow the call to wholeness, may at times feel lonely when others express discomfort, concern, or view what we are doing as dangerous. Join Carrie and Parker as they discuss the May question of the month, “Have you ever needed to follow a path where you felt lonely or misunderstood, perhaps getting active pushback? If…
 
Carrie Newcomer and Parker J. Palmer discuss long winters and new seasons of growth and The Growing Edge Quesion of the Month. "What have you learned for the long winters of your life and/or those seasons of new growth and unexpected light?"By Carrie Newcomer & Parker J. Palmer
 
Parker and Carrie discuss The Growing Edge Question of The Month for March. March is the season of spring, mud and miracles. How do you hold the eternal mix of mud and miracles in your life? What do you learn from this process? What do you regard as miraculous, and how do you give thanks for it?By Carrie Newcomer & Parker J. Palmer
 
Carrie and Parker discuss The Growing Edge February question of the month. In February nature maintains a state of stillness in order to nurture its own growing edges. But we live in a culture that values (and sometimes requires) speeding. Parker and Carrie discuss slowing, stopping, lying low whether by choice or necessity. What do we learn, what …
 
It’s no accident that January takes its name from the Roman god Janus, the god of "gateways and beginnings." Parker and Carrie explore the idea of endings, beginning again, beginner's mind and the question "Where are you feeling called to ‘begin again’? Are there areas of your life and work where you’re feeling stuck, where would it be life-giving …
 
Parker J Palmer and Carrie Newcomer are joined by special guest the poet, Naomi Shihab Nye. A reading of Naomi's poem "Shoulders" and a conversation about the concept of gift, giving and paying attention.By Carrie Newcomer & Parker J. Palmer
 
Carrie and Parker discuss where the personal meets the political at the Growing Edge, focusing on the human heart as the first home of democracy. What personal work will help us navigate the kind of troubled times that ask us to be better people than we ever thought we'd need to be? Parker describes the politics of the broken hearted.…
 
Carrie and Parker discuss the October Growing Edge Question of the Month. "What do you want to name and claim as a way you are flowering today that you could only hope for in the past? What do you want to celebrate about the way your life has opened over the years as it reaches for the sun?” Often we think of personal and spiritual growth as an eff…
 
Parker and Carrie discuss the September question of the Month, fear, courage, mentors and what it means to see and be seen. It’s September, the start of the school year. For many kids, it’s an exciting growing edge moment and scary at the same time. When you’ve felt afraid on the growing edge of your adult life, what has helped you walk into your f…
 
Episode 1 - Welcome to our first episode and conversation about the August 2018 Question of the Month. "In the past, when you’ve felt a “growing edge” in your life, what signs let you know that something new was calling you? What did you notice as you followed those signs—and what did you learn from that experience about life on the growing edge?"…
 
Gretchen Rubin's new book, Better Than Before, shows creating new habits is not a one size fits all deal. Knowing yourself helps you find your way to positive habits. Program: Best of OurselvesBy wtip
 
Dr Ron Seigel, a Harvard professor, claims that avoidance is the number one cause of human suffering. Program: Best of Ourselves read moreBy wtip
 
We each have an opportunity to change the energy in the room. Wendy Palmer says it is just a wattage game. Program: Best of OurselvesBy wtip
 
A classic Harvard Business Review leadership article, The Work of Leadership, has something to teach all of us about how to live with uncertainty and change. Program: Best of OurselvesBy wtip
 
We have more power than we usually tap to create our dreams, paraphrasing George Eliot, to become what we might have been. Program: Best of OurselvesBy wtip
 
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