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December 2013

November 2013

October 2013

  • 10/30/2013: What’s the Moon Got to Do With It? Listen Now
  • 10/23/2013: Green Smoothies for Greater Health Listen Now
  • 10/16/2013: Letting Go and Living a Spirit-Led Life Listen Now
  • 10/9/2013: Wonder Widows Listen Now
  • 10/2/2013: Clear Clutter and Create a Beautiful Space with LuAnn Cibik Listen Now

September 2013

Shamash Alidina

Shamash Alidina is the author of several books including international bestseller Mindfulness For Dummies. He is based in London and runs a training organization called Learn Mindfulness. He offers training and teacher training internationally in Mindfulness for coaches, consultants, trainers and health professionals. You can find out more about Shamash and his work by visiting www.shamashalidina.com View Guest page

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LuAnn Cibik

LuAnn Cibik is an Interior Alignment(R) Practitioner and Master Educator since 1999. She has chosen to blend all the things that fascinate her into ways of assisting other people to dream and create beautiful energy in their lives as well. By understanding the concepts of Chinese medicine and energetic influences on the body, LuAnn helps you gain knowledge through valuable exercises and practices for building your own chi and developing chi sensitivities. In feng shui, the art of creating your sacred soul space is about using all your senses to create a thoughtful space to live and love. Her office and classes are based at Inner Strength, Health and Wellness Center, a sweet place in rural Pennsylvania that she owns and operates with her husband, who is a doctor of Chinese Medical QiGong. The center offers everything from treatment of chronic pain to martial arts classes. You can find out more about LuAnn and working with her at www.inner-harmony.org. View Guest page

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Karen Devlin

Karen Devlin busts the myth that we have to sacrifice the pleasure and enjoyment of food, in order to be healthy. Forget deprivation, complicated recipes, and rigid meal plans. Karen’s goal is to show you that cooking and eating healthy food can be quick, simple and delicious. The SiciLean™ way of eating is not complicated or restrictive, and certainly not difficult when the food is so fantastic. As Karen’s 103-year-old Sicilian grandmother was fond of saying, “good food leads to good health”. Find out more at www.sicilean.com View Guest page

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Aimee DuFresne

Kicking off her thirtieth birthday with a surprise celebration in Iceland, Aimee DuFresne was oblivious to the fact that the year would soon be filled with tragedy and unimaginable heartbreak. In the next 12 months Aimee lost the two most significant men in her life, her ailing father and her young husband. In her deepest state of grief, Aimee realized she had a choice. She could simply give up or she could fight to keep going. She began letting go of fears to live her life to the fullest and realized her dream of being an author, a speaker, a soul coach, a radio show host and healthy living chef. After transforming her own life, she now empowers other women around the world to do the same. Need guidance to keep going? Join Aimee and the Keep Going Movement at www.aimeedufresne.com View Guest page

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Madeline Eyer

Madeline Eyer, owner of Consciously, Raw, inspires and supports health conscious individuals who are motivated to feel better, have more energy, regain the vitality of their youth and connect more deeply with their spirit. She combines her unique gifts and skill set to assist her clients in creating a healthy relationship with food, clearing the energy blockages that may have interfered with this in the past. Madeleine is a Certified Raw Food Coach, energy practitioner and the author of Essential Green Smoothies – a beautifully illustrated recipe book containing delicious smoothie recipes brimming with healthy fruits and veggies and pure essential oils. View Guest page

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Hollie Holden

Hollie Holden is a mum and writer of the Notes on Living & Loving blog. Which means thoughts, ideas and wonderings about life, love, spirituality, ups, downs, being a mum and everything in between... View Guest page

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Judy Keating

Judy has spent close to half her life in personal growth work and has been active in group facilitation for the last sixteen years. She is an author, facilitator and nature based coach, a form of life coaching that uses the big “medicine” of the natural world in order to bring people to their core truth, their essential self--their north star. She is a Reiki Master in both Usei and Karuna Reiki. She is a certified creation coach, facilitator and expert through the Natural Rhythms Institute. Judy was trained as a life coach by O magazine’s Martha Beck. Judy’s practice is called Inner Life Coaching where she assists her clients to reconnect to their joy, life force and ease by reacquainting them with their own inner world through experiences, tools, play and introspection. Judy uses her innate presence, intuition, life experience with physical limitations and heart to help her clients overcome their own challenges. Judy’s website is www.innerlifecoaching.net View Guest page

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Anne Kubitsky

Anne Kubitsky is the creator of The Look for the Good Project, a public art project which helps you dig deep, reflect, and focus on what really matters. It's about the quality of your presence every time you take a moment to contemplate this incredible question - "What Makes You Grateful?" Without even knowing the answer, this question will roll around in your head until your heart opens, your eyes soften, and the whole world gets a little happier and healthier because of it. In response to Anne Kubitsky’s question “What Makes YOU Grateful?” artist Diana Lyn Cote decided to paint a glimmer of gladness on a postcard every single day of 2012 (a leap year), calling the collection her “Leap of Faith.” View Guest page

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Meadow Linn

Meadow Linn, noted speaker, writer, and chef, is the daughter of Denise Linn, world-renowned healer, teacher and author of 16 bestselling books. When she was 18 years old, Meadow, a self-taught chef and lover of all things edible, started catering her mother’s retreats, which she’s been doing ever since. That has lead to an extraordinary collaboration with her mother on a brand new book The Mystic Cookbook: The Secret Alchemy of Food. Filled with luscious recipes, imaginative meals and magical wisdom, they open a portal for you to embark on the sacred journey from nourishment to nirvana—and to harness the hidden dimension of food. Meadow also writes a blog called Savor The Day, which is about life, love, and good food. With her mother, she’s the co-author of Quest: A Guide for Creating Your Own Vision Quest, as well as The Mystic Cookbook. Her articles appear frequently in The Seattle Chinese Times and she’s a contributing writer to In Spirit magazine. View Guest page

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Ezzie Spencer PhD

Ezzie Spencer PhD works to advance women’s prosperity and wellbeing. Ezzie’s work is a unique blend of reason and intuition: she is a lawyer and an astrologer, and works directly with female entrepreneurs to align their work with lunar cycles and the stars. Ezzie also teaches how to align with lunar rhythms, and maintain an enjoyable meditation practice. Ezzie has a PhD in women’s wellbeing after sexual violence, has published and lectured on human rights, and presented at the 2013 International Law + Mental Health Congress. View Guest page

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Heather Strang

Heather Strang is the author of The Quest: A Tale of Desire & Magic (currently being optioned as a feature-length film), Following Bliss, and Anatomy of the Heart: Love Poems. She is a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner and Shambhala Multidimensional Reiki healer, and became interested in holistic healthcare after utilizing energy medicine to heal herself – first via John of God in Brazil and then using BodyTalk. Currently, Heather blends the power of BodyTalk, intuitive wisdom and John of God healing energy to share with individuals one-on-one and by facilitating a host of courses, retreats and healing circles. When she’s not engaged in some form of work-play, you’ll find her meditating in her pajamas, dancing down the aisles of the grocery store, and/or exploring the possibilities of the Universe through books and travel. Learn more at: www.HeatherStrang.com View Guest page

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Sarah West

Sarah West is an Ambassador of Peace, an angelic messenger, powerful healer, mystic, teacher and author. She emanates a holy gift of Celestial Mystical Outpourings through her presence, sacred texts, prayers and divine song that are born from realms beyond this earth. To learn more about Sarah, visit www.sarahwest.com View Guest page

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Widow Chick

Widow Chick (aka, Catherine Tidd) is a writer (Confessions of a Mediocre Widow) and motivational speaker who focuses on finding humor and joy in the life you weren’t expecting. You can follow her blog at www.theWiddahood.com or her personal blog at http://widowchick.blogspot.com. She has also been published in several books on grief and renewal and is a writer for The Denver Post’s Mile High Mamas. For more information about Catherine Tidd or if you are interested in booking her for an event, please email catherine@thewiddahood.com. View Guest page

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Letting Go and Living a Spirit-Led Life

October 16, 2013
Hosted by Aimee DuFresne

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Are you holding on to expectations and outcomes? Pushing forward and frustrated with the results? What if you let go and life became easier, less stressful, more successful and much more fulfilling? Join me on the show today with my guest, Heather Strang, BodyTalk practitioner and author of the Quest series. Heather’s business is 100% Spirit-led. We’ll be discussing the delicate balance of action and allowing, and how to create an abundant life with a lot less stress and a whole lot more joy.

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Vital Lessons: Feeding Your Body, Mind and Soul

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Are you binging on all the things you ‘should’ be doing while secretly purging your dreams? Does your to-do list just keep getting longer while time gets shorter? When you crave more fulfillment but keep second-guessing yourself and getting nowhere, join Aimee DuFresne. Aimee and her guests, leading health, wellness and lifestyle experts, shatter the myth life has to be so hard and teach you vital lessons to live a life you love. Vital Lessons guides you to clear the clutter from your outer life and calm your inner chaos. Aimee and her expert interviewees will give you tips, tools and techniques to set yourself up for success, whether it is increased energy, improved work/life balance, deeper relationships, thriving after loss, or simply taking the time to relax and enjoy the moment. Listen in and be inspired to keep going to create the life you crave.

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Aimee DuFresne

Kicking off her thirtieth birthday with a surprise celebration in Iceland, Aimee DuFresne was oblivious to the fact that the year would soon be filled with tragedy and unimaginable heartbreak.

In the next 12 months Aimee lost the two most significant men in her life, her ailing father and her young husband. In her deepest state of grief, Aimee realized she had a choice. She could simply give up or she could fight to keep going. She began letting go of fears to live her life to the fullest and realized her dream of being an author, a speaker, a soul coach, a radio show host and healthy living chef. After transforming her own life, she now empowers other women around the world to do the same. Need guidance to keep going? Join Aimee and the Keep Going Movement at www.aimeedufresne.com.

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