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Laura Lee & Paul Robear host wide-ranging conversations with leading-edge researchers in a variety of interdisciplinary fields. Every guest, every conversation, fills in another piece of the Grand Puzzle. Ultimately, it’s about the eternal questions -- who are we? where did we come from? where are we going? and what's it all about, anyway? For the widest perspective, we include our early ancestors worldwide to see what wisdom of the past may inform our future! Laura and Paul bring their medi ...
 
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Your subconscious is an invaluable potential source of knowledge, wisdom, insights, and guidance. However, most of us never fully tap that potential. Your subconscious is the part of your mind of which you are usually unaware but that plays vital roles in your life. Information gained through interactions with the subconscious often leads to much m…
 
Santeria (Way of the Saints) is an Afro-Caribbean religion based on Yoruba beliefs and traditions, with some Roman Catholic elements added. The religion is also known as La Regla Lucumi and the Rule of Osha. It's a very personal very memoirist writing of Marta Moreno Vega's spiritual journey which is appreciated to her an own voice review of the re…
 
Generations have grown up knowing that the equation E=mc2 changed the shape of our world, but never understanding what it actually means, why it was so significant, and how it informs our daily lives today--governing, as it does, everything from the atomic bomb to a television's cathode ray tube to the carbon dating of prehistoric paintings. In thi…
 
Diagnosed with ovarian cancer at twenty-three, Bri. Maya was given two months to live. Her doctors' advice: die painlessly with heavy dosages of morphine. Instead, in the middle of winter, she left her career as a popular fashion designer in New York City and began several months of intensive meditation and holistic nutrition alone in a remote Verm…
 
One of the greatest gifts as a human is the ability to choose how to live your life. "Living on purpose" means doing what truly matters to you in alignment with your values and beliefs. We need practical ways to transform daily challenges into vehicles of spiritual growth, Dan Millman, author of "The Peaceful Warrior," applies timeless principles t…
 
A fresh look from Egyptian cosmological concepts to our modern understanding of the nature of the universe, creation, science, and philosophy. Understanding the Egyptian concept of the universal energy matrix, how the social and political structures were a reflection of the universe. Moustafa Gadalla is an Egyptian-American independent Egyptologist…
 
Lucid dreams are when you know that you’re dreaming while you’re asleep. You’re aware that the events flashing through your brain aren’t really happening. But the dream feels vivid and real. You may even be able to control how the action unfolds, as if you’re directing a movie in your sleep. Studies suggest that about half of people may have had at…
 
Groundbreaking evidence of the connection between health and an array of spiritual beliefs and practices, including prayer, attending religious services, meditation, and faith in God. Drawing on his own and other published studies, Dr. Levin shows how religion's emphasis on healthy behaviors and supportive relationships influences one's overall hea…
 
In a personal sense, a paradigm shift defines a fundamental change in how you see the world. Changing a personal paradigm opens up a range of new lifelines for your personal and professional growth, presenting you with more opportunities than before. Interaction with other people that have different ideas and skilled ways to communicate those ideas…
 
In this interview Sun Bear addresses how we have abused the earth and what he sees as the consequences of that abuse will be. He shares prophecies, some may seem rather far out but many have already happened , and he advises us all to be prepared - for this is the beginning of the significant earth changes. Whether you perceive his vision as mythol…
 
Dennis McAuliffe Jr. grew up believing that his Osage Indian grandmother, Sybil Bolton, had died an early death in 1925 from kidney disease. But sixty-six years later, he learns by chance that the cause was a gunshot wound. Investigating the circumstances, he soon finds himself peeling away the layers of a suppressed nightmare chapter of American h…
 
Astronomer summarizes exoplanet (any planet beyond our solar system) that have been detected orbiting distant stars. Guillermo Gonzalez explains how planets are detected through photometry astronomy and spectroscopy and the characteristics of host stars, and detail the planets and their orbits. Guillermo Gonzalez is a Senior Fellow at Discovery Ins…
 
All of the ancient stonecraft seen in Incan and Egyptian monuments and stoneware show smooth and slick surfaces, which means the rock was not processed in the manner that previously thought. A geologist describes the nature of these ancient stone artifacts, Professor Ivan Watkins, assigned at the Department of Earth Sciences, at St. Cloud Universit…
 
Plant Spirits present themselves to us everywhere. Eliot Cowan invites us to discover the healing power of plants―not merely their physical medicinal properties, but the deeper wisdom and gifts that they offer. “Plant spirit medicine works partially because it has broad perspective. It does not look only through the eyes of physics and chemistry; i…
 
From flying squirrels to grizzly bears, and from torpid turtles to insects with antifreeze, the animal kingdom relies on some staggering evolutionary innovations to survive winter. Unlike their human counterparts, who must alter the environment to accommodate physical limitations, animals are adaptable to an amazing range of conditions. Bernd Heinr…
 
Native American storytellers use the oral tradition to teach life lessons, tribal histories, and the nuance of languages. Such stories are an essential tool in passing knowledge from one generation to the next. Here we sit down with Gene Tagaban who joins us in studio for two hours of storytelling, song, and inspiration. Gene Tagaban, “One Crazy Ra…
 
With dowser Hamish Miller, Paul Broadhurst mapped straight lines of earth energy across England and Europe. Caves, cracks or fissures in the living rock, holy wells and other natural features where the earth energies are strong were all hallowed by thousands of years of use as centres where people could experience direct knowledge of the unseen. Th…
 
The universe around us is literally alive and conscious. This worldview restores a sense of the sacred to modern lives that have too long insisted that mind, spirit, and consciousness must be divorced from body, nature, and matter. By recognizing that matter feels, one can more closely relate to our bodies, planet, and cosmic environment as magnifi…
 
Life lived as artistic expression and a quest for true liberation. Alan Clements was one of the first Westerners to become a Buddhist monk in Burma. For Clements, freedom is rooted in real life experience, in holding life's complexities in balance with its wondrous gifts, and in the transformational power of relationships with other people and with…
 
A major revolution is sweeping astronomy, as lone amateur astronomers, in global networks linked by the Internet, make important discoveries that are the envy of the professionals. Our guest is well known for his ability to describe the wonders of the universe and his enthusiasm for this subject is irresistible. Timothy Ferris, Emeritus Professor, …
 
Draw inspiration from the classical texts of Yoga and timeless scriptural sources, helps us understand and appreciate the wisdom of this ancient practice. Here we focus not only on the physical postures but also on how they evolved—the origins of the practices in yoga’s ancient sacred texts and five-thousand-year-old traditions. Sharon Gannon is a …
 
Conversation about the universal female archetypes that characterize most women. The Gods and Goddesses of ancient Greece, says our guest, is a "myth that never was but is always happening", meaning that the personalities of the ancient Gods and Goddesses summarize the fundamental archetypes through which humans think and act, even if they are not …
 
We all strive to understand the moments that touch and transform our lives. Let's explores the inter-relationship between these meaningful coincidences and our intuitive sense that we are part of some deep oneness with the universe. By relating the concepts of Tao and synchronicity, Dr. Bolen reveals important links between psychology and mysticism…
 
Every minute several huge "snowballs" break up as they approach the Earth and deposit a large cloud of water vapor in Earth's upper atmosphere according to our Guest Dr. Louis Frank. He calculated that about 20 comets enter the atmosphere each minute. At that rate, the steady stream of comets would have added about one inch of water to the Earth's …
 
Here we are challenged to reopen the playground inside yourself, to rediscover the spontaneous, natural flow of sound and voice that you’ve been carrying within all this time, even before you produced your first sounds. Let’s engage the power of sound and open ourselves to our authentic voice. Alexandru Anton graduated with a degree in Psychology a…
 
Journalist Paul Williams Roberts visits the Middle East to trace the Magi's legendary journey through Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Jordan to Bethlehem. Chasing clues from Marco Polo's Travels and the Dead Sea Scrolls to the stories of King Solomon and the Crusader Knights, Roberts seeks the historical truth behind Matthew's account in the New Testament. …
 
Laura Lee & Brian Tucker co-host this conversation with two Catholic Nuns: Margie Abbott, author of Cosmic Sparks, and Margaret O’Rourke, author of A Harvest of Memories. Stepping beyond their order to find new ways to express and embody spirituality, both vowed religious women reflect on the common Source inspiring spontaneous rituals and embodied…
 
Imagine a world where you could just up and dance your sickness away. This is what The San Bushmen of the Kalahari of Southern Africa do. Theirs is one of the oldest surviving lineages and cultures, and we can ask if theirs represents the oldest healing traditions, the earliest worldviews. David Cumes, a Western trained surgeon born in South Africa…
 
Awakenings that inspire and expand our view of the world, come to us in many ways, can be enriched by reading various philosophers, scientists, saints, and sages who have opened new perspectives on human nature and the universe. The visions and practices of these pathfinders are available in great abundance. For many, such openings come during pray…
 
Transform your waking life into something intentional and empowering. Flow happens when you are fully present and engaged in what you are doing and timelessly committed to the activity. Applied to any type of art or work, it creates an efficiency and clarity of purpose that feel great and can also be applied to everyday activities like brushing tee…
 
Historically, the Lakota have a rich oral tradition to preserve the legends and stories that maintained their spiritual way of life. Creation stories were known only among the holy men, who passed them down through the generations. No single holy man knew all the creation myths. Elders shared tales with young ones to preserve the culture and ensure…
 
We had talked about common English words with compelling historical origins that you may have missed out on from the annals of popular culture. Well, this time around, we have decided to take the route of mythology. To that end, quite incredibly, various myths (from around the world) have intrinsic ties to the evolution of some rather well-known En…
 
Are we entering the Age of water... water consciousness? Long gone are the days of drinking naturally pure water from flowing rivers and streams—or even your tap. Today it is becoming common practice to use bottled or filtered water. How did we arrive at such a state, and what can we do about it? Here we discuss diverse topics such as: water’s role…
 
Sir Martin Rees presents scientific evidence that our vast universe may be only a grain of sand on the infinite cosmic shore. It is now widely accepted that our universe exploded around 15 billion years ago from an unimaginably energetic initial event: the big bang. As the primordial material expanded and cooled it evolved into the exquisite patter…
 
Creation Spirituality is the idea that divinity permeates all things, and all things have the imprint of divinity, yet the sum of all things does not fully encompass the mystery of the divine. Matthew Fox states, “as a movement, Creation Spirituality becomes an amazing gathering place, a kind of watering hole for persons whose passion has been touc…
 
How can we better understand the Aborginal people of Australia? The history of Indigenous Australians began at least 70,000 years ago when humans first populated the Australian continental landmasses. Aboriginal Australians are the various Indigenous peoples of the Australian mainland and many of its islands. Many Australian Aboriginal cultures hav…
 
From The spirituality of Avalon to shamanic approach and healing the soul and connectons to the Arthurian lengends, Celtic Shamanism derives from the native traditions of North-West Europe. The shamanic contribution of the Celts shares common elements with American, Australian and Siberian teachings, however it derives entirely from Celtic source m…
 
What is the history of the human soul? What is its future? And what is our individual role within the collective whole, particularly in today's world of unprecedented change? Robert Keck frames a compelling science of a collective soul that investigates the deep causal values determining why certain beliefs and behaviors become culturally dominant.…
 
The history of early sacred music and the forces that shaped it is a fascinating area of research. From Gregorian Chanting to vocal toning and the power of the 5 notes in the pentatonic scale, the spirit of music opens us to something sacred within. Toning is a form of vocalizing that utilizes the natural voice to open vowel sounds and humming on t…
 
Proven effective by scientific research and presented here by Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa on the practice of Meditation. By balancing and regenerating the body's ethereal and physical energies through simple meditations, unites the mind, body, and spirit. Each Medical Meditation here has a specific physiological effect, targeting afflictions from arthr…
 
Indigenous cultures have used plant based hallucinogens for thousands of years as part of their cultural, spiritual, or healing traditions. Dr. Rick Strassman conducted research involved the powerful naturally-occurring compound, DMT – N,N-dimethyltryptamine. Led to this substance through his earlier study of the pineal gland as a potential biologi…
 
Karen Kelly is a part of a group in England of looking for the ancestral shamanic roots of shamanism in Europe. They looked to the history, anthropology, folklore, and religious studies to fully explore the ancient roots of shamanistic practice in Europe. Using the clues in old Norse accounts and legends, they have revived song, ceremonial and divi…
 
A maze of man-made chambers, walls and ceremonial meeting places, named America's Stonehenge is most likely the oldest man-made construction in the United States (over 4000 years old). Like Stonehenge in England, America's Stonehenge was built by ancient people well versed in astronomy and stone construction. It has been determined that the site is…
 
It's what everyone wants to know -- do I survive death? Where do I go? What do I become? Rinpoche Gaelek, expert in the ancient teachings of reincarnation, helps us examine the four questions most of us ask ourselves: Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? He tells stories of the mystical Tibet he lived in, as well as the contempor…
 
Heather Pringle, science writer with a passion for archeology, tells the story of Europeans who, over four thousand years ago, migrated to western China. Archaeologists assumed that these isolated finds were just a few lost travelers. Then In the 1970s, construction work revealed hundreds of Western-looking human remains—many mummified-- and their …
 
Tyler Volk traces James Lovelock's initial observation that in the search for life elsewhere, atmospheres may offer chemical signatures, which he applied to our own planet, to note the self-regulating cycles and feedback loops that help maintain Earth's adaptive, long-term stability. Our biosphere's various ecosystems, from the soil, ocean, and air…
 
England’s prehistoric monuments span almost four millennia – from the time Neolithic farmers first began to build using timber, earth and stone, to the invasion of the Romans in AD 43. Scattered across the English landscape are hundreds of these mysterious sites, from isolated standing stones to massive stone circles, and from burial mounds to mult…
 
The indomitable Shuar of the Amazon--reputed to be the only tribe in the Americas that has never been conquered--have lived as warriors, hunters, cultivators, and healers for generations. Even in today's acquisitive, often wasteful world they defend their rainforests and sustainable ways of life and offer their philosophy of love, joy, and hope. Th…
 
A critical challenge today is freeing human thinking from the limited beliefs and attitudes that lie behind many of our problems—personal, social, and global. As we look to distill the essential wisdom on human consciousness that is found in the world’s various spiritual traditions, we learn not to look “out there” to the world of experience for re…
 
The Ulchi culture, people of Eastern Siberia; Doro, an ancient Daoist way of being in the world; technology also comes from Nature; an ancient oral history coming back to Neolithic times; the natural art and skill of shamanizing; an intimate relationship with Nature and the Universe; nature as a system of complementary and cooperative experience; t…
 
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