Mark Nepo on Authentic Living

March 18, 2015
Hosted by Andrea Mathews

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Mark Nepo is an author, poet, philosopher, beloved teacher and cancer survivor who has, for thirty years, been exploring how we can stay awake and authentic when our wounds make us numb and hidden; how we can minimize what stands between us and our experience of life; how we can create a practice that wears down what thickens around our hearts and minds. And today we are going to talk to him about those very things, as we explore together the meanings and messages of his books, The Endless Practice and Reduced to Joy. The Endless Practice explores how the soul works in the world, and how by engaging our soul in the world, we are shaped by the endless practice of becoming who we were born to be. Reduced to Joy is a book of poems about the nature of working with what we are given until it wears us through to joy. This is a special opportunity to come closer to your own soul. Don’t miss it.

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Your Authentic Self is wise, knows the highest path for your life and has never been wounded. That’s right. You have a part of you that has never been wounded. In fact, that part is the truest essence of who you are. Would you like to access it? Do you know how to use your own internal guidance system? Would you like to have peace? How about a more meaningful life? Your authenticity can give you these seemingly miraculous gifts—but you have to know how to get there. Authentic Living with Andrea Mathews will help you raise your consciousness to the level of your own I AM by interviewing some of the great spiritual experts of today. You’ll learn how to see your true self in the midst of life’s twists and turns and be challenged to think outside the box when it comes to the mysteries of life. Can you afford to miss even one of these shows? Authentic Living airs live Wednesdays at 1 PM Pacific on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.

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Andrea Mathews

Andrea Mathews

Andrea Mathews is the host of the Authentic Living Show, author of two books, Restoring My Soul: A Workbook for Finding and Living the Authentic Self (2007), and coming out on September 30, 2011 and published by O Books, The Law of Attraction: The Soul’s Answer To Why It Isn’t Working And How It Can. A published poet, with several magazine articles also published, Andrea is also a psychotherapist with a thriving private practice where she uses both Cognitive and Transpersonal therapy to assist a diverse population with many different issues. You can learn more about Andrea’s books, articles, practice and more at Andrea offers Corporate Training and Motivational and Inspirational presentations through

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Jonathan Ellerby

With a Ph.D in Comparative Religions, Jonathan Ellerby is the Spiritual Program Director for the highly acclaimed Canyon Ranch Health Resorts. He has spent more than 20 years in an exploration of spirituality, healing, and consciousness, with topics ranging from his own personal spiritual experiences to the sacred texts of world religions. This passion has led him around the world to study with spiritual teachers from more than 40 different cultures, including more than 15 years in the tutelage of a Lakota Sioux Native American Healer, and over 7 years with a Venda African healer. Author of Return to the Sacred: Ancient Pathways to Spiritual Awakening, he is an ordained interfaith minister who has worked as a healer, teacher and consultant in a diverse array of settings, including hospitals, major corporations, prisons, community groups, conferences and health resorts. His mission is to assist people in awakening to their spiritual connection and realizing their highest potential. View Guest page

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Nanice Ellis

Nanice Ellis is the author of five books, including: The Infinite Power of You; Even Gandhi Got Hungry and Buddha Got Mad; 30-Day Gratitude Journal; I AM: A Book of Awakening; Lip Prints: How to Be the Change You Want to See in the World; as well as the inspirational photo album, What If. A powerful speaker, author and intuitive counselor and coach, Nanice Ellis is also a master Neuro-Linguistics Practitioner. Through her wisdom, enthusiasm and positive energy, Nanice offers her clients and readers significant, life-altering transformation in a safe and compassionate environment of unconditional acceptance and support. She is also the host of her own radio talk show called Chai with Nanice on View Guest page

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Clarissa Pinkola Estes

CLARISSA PINKOLA ESTÉS, Ph.D., is an internationally acclaimed poet, Diplomat Jungian psychoanalyst, post-trauma specialist, social activist and a cantadora, (keeper of the old stories in the Latina tradition). She is Deputy Managing editor and columnist writing on politics, spirituality and culture at the newsblog and a columnist at The National Catholic Reporter online. Her published books include The Gift of Story; The Faithful Gardener; and Women Who Run With the Wolves, which stayed on the New York Times bestseller list 145 weeks. She created a fifteen-volume collection of original, best-selling audio works and a twelve-part live performance series entitled, Theatre of the Imagination, broadcast on both Pacifica and NPR. Beginning April 6, 2010, on Tuesday evenings at she will teach a long awaited unveiling of the first in a six-part series Web Event entitled The Dangerous Old Woman, Myths and Stories of the Wise Woman Archetype. View Guest page

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Elisabeth Fayt

Elisabeth Fayt is an international speaker, owner of RnRWellness and author of the new book Paving it Forward. One of the featured speakers in the movie The Opus, the follow-up movie to The Secret, Elisabeth is both a prominent abundance expert and a successful business woman. She has joined Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith in a world mission to feed, educate and bring abundance to people in need: Humanity Unites in Brilliance. Through all of her various efforts, she is teaching others how to use their thoughts and intentions to pre-pave a new road to the best possible day and life. View Guest page

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Paul Ferrini

Paul Ferrini is the author of forty inspirational books on love, healing and forgiveness, including the two we’ll be discussing on the show, “Embracing Your True Self” and “Real Happiness.” His unique blend of spirituality and psychology draws from the wisdom traditions of both the east and west. Paul’s teaching is heart-centered and experiential. It goes beyond self-help and recovery into the very heart of healing. An ordained minister and sought-after speaker, he has shared his insights on healing and spiritual growth worldwide and been enthusiastically endorsed by many of the luminaries of our time. He was first known as a teacher of A Course in Miracles, and he founded and edited Miracles Magazine. Prior to his career as a writer and speaker Paul directed projects funded by the US Office of Education and the National Institute of Education. View Guest page

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Bob and Judy Fisher

Bob and Judy Fisher have written a wonderful little book called Life is a Gift: Inspiration from the Soon Departed, based on their interviews with the dying. Bob is Dr. Fisher to his students, as he is the President of Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee. He has also served as Vice President of Academic Affairs at Arkansas State University and was the Dean of the School of Business at Henderson State University. He is a Fulbright Scholar and serves in numerous volunteer capacities. As President of Belmont he worked to secure that school as the host for the 2008 Town Hall Presidential Debate, which garnered international attention, and which led to his selection that year as Tennessean of the Year. Judy Fisher conducted most of the interviews for Life is a Gift and is currently serving as coordinator of interior construction and exterior landscaping and lighting at Belmont. She also serves on several non-profit boards, most notably, the board of Alive Hospice. View Guest page

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Arielle Ford

‘Tis the season of love, listeners, and it’s time to re-visit all of your dreams for finding that special soulmate. Arielle Ford, our guest for today, helped launch the careers of such giants as Deepak Chopra and Neale Donald Walsch, to name a few, and handled publicity for Wayne Dyer, Gary Zukav, Marianne Williamson, and other notables, eleven of whom became #1 on the N.Y. Times Bestseller list. But until the age of 44, she was a self-described “failure” in the area of romantic relationships. Yet she did meet and marry her soulmate and has written the book “The Soulmate Secret” to answer your questions about how you can do the same. The book describes a series of processes that must be felt on a cellular level to create the outcome you desire. It is a practical guide that includes prayers and techniques to help clear out emotional baggage from the past and make room for true love to manifest. If you have been longing to find your own special soulmate, don’t miss this show. View Guest page

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Robert K.C. Forman

Robert K.C. Forman, Ph.D.: Professor of Comparative Religion, co-founder of the Journal of Consciousness Studies; the Forge Guild of Spiritual Teachers and Leaders; and of the Soul Jazz family of programs for bringing spirituality into the everyday. Forman is a meditator of 42 years, and author of the forthcoming book that has attracted some impressive endorsements and is destined to help transforms lives, Enlightenment Ain’t What It’s Cracked Up To Be. Info about Soul Jazz at View Guest page

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Steven Forrest

Steven Forrest began studying astrology in his early teens. Nine books later, he has become known worldwide for his expertise in the unique choice-centered approach called Evolutionary Astrology. His books include: The Inner Sky, The Changing Sky, Skymates, The Night Sky, The Book of Pluto, Measuring the Night, The Keys to the Soul—co-authored with Jeffrey Wolf Green. Later he and his co-author and wife, Jodie, revised Skymates to create the two volume series: Skymates: Love, Sex and Evolutionary Astrology, and Skymates; The Composite Chart. In 2008 he wrote Yesterday’s Sky and in 2010, The Book of the Moon. He also developed two popular computerized astrological report writers, wrote articles for most of the major American astrological journals and several magazines, wrote chapters in books, appeared on many radio and TV programs, taught many workshops, taught others how to provide Evolutionary Astrology, and won awards all while maintaining his practice—his first love. View Guest page

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Jeff Foster

In small venues throughout the UK and Europe, a young teacher named Jeff Foster is quietly awakening a new generation of spiritual inquirers to the experience of an abiding presence and peace in our ever-shifting world. His informal gatherings, blogs, and “kitchen-table video posts” have created a rising tide of interest in his teachings. His book The Deepest Acceptance: Radical Awakening in Ordinary Life Jeff Foster invites us to discover the ocean of who we are: an awareness that has already allowed every wave of emotion and experience to arrive. Foster studied astrophysics at Cambridge University. Following a period of depression and physical illness, he embarked on an intensive spiritual search that came to an end with the discovery that life itself was what he had always been seeking. He resides near Brighton, England. For more information about Jeff Foster’s work, visit View Guest page

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Kenneth Foster

Kenneth Foster is an expert on vision, purpose, balance, communication and wealth building, as well as the author of the bestselling book “Ask and You Will Succeed.” He is the founder of two leading companies in the mentorship world—Premier Coaching and Shared Vision International. Often called “America’s Lifestyle Coach,” Foster’s clients include doctors, lawyers, PhD’s, entrepreneurs, entertainers, authors, speakers, retired millionaires and executives from many well-known companies. Through such work he believes that he has been able to distill out the key elements of successful endeavor and he is willing and ready to pass that on. He asks the tough questions in order to help his clients delve deeply into the heart of their greatest fears, bring forth the power to overcome and realize latent potential. Among his many accomplishments, he is the founder of The Institute for Authentic Communication and the producer of hundreds of motivational Seminars and TeleSeminars. View Guest page

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Linda Francis

Linda Francis, with thirty years experience as a healer in her own right, as an RN and a Chiropractor, has been spiritually partnered with Gary Zukav for sixteen years. Along with co-authoring the above mentioned books, she has also co-founded the Seat of the Soul Institute with Gary, an institute dedicated to assisting individuals in the alignment of the personality with the soul, or the creation of authentic power. View Guest page

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Demetra George

Demetra George, our guest for today was one of the first Astrologers to publish an astrology book that included the asteroids into the configuration of the natal chart. Demetra always loved the great myths of the Greek gods and goddess, told to her by her Greek grandparents as bedtime stories. As she started using the asteroids in people’s charts, she would tell them the myths of a particular asteroid significant in their charts and hear, “You just told me the story of my life!” Her book, “Asteroid Goddesses” offered a significant change in thinking with regard to astrology, moving the feminine into the forefront of any reading. Her latest book, just out in November, and our topic of discussion today, is “Astrology and the Authentic Self.” If you are even mildly interested in astrology, Demetra George’s work can help you learn to use it as a tool to find your own authenticity. Don’t miss this one! View Guest page

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Don Goewey

Don Goewey's career in human potential spans more than three decades and includes collaborations with Carl Rogers, Ph.D, the founder of humanistic psychology, and Gerald Jampolsky, MD, founder of attitudinal healing. His interest in brain’s ability to overcome stress was sparked when he experienced a series of personal crises. After a job loss, the diagnosis of a brain tumor and the loss of his marriage—all occurring within a ten day period—he experienced a defining moment that left him free of stress and its complications. Since then, Goewey has worked with war refugees, prisoners and patients, as well as many with high-stress occupations. In 2006, he co-founded ProAttitude, a human performance firm dedicated to ending stress in the workplace. His new book, Mystic Cool, combines the latest research in neuroscience and psychology with practical spiritual insights on how to reduce stress and unlock creative potential. To learn more, visit his Web site: View Guest page

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Philip Goldberg

Philip Goldberg has been studying India’s spiritual traditions for more than forty years, as both a practitioner and an author. He is the author or coauthor of nineteen books, including Roadsigns on the Spiritual Path and his latest, American Veda: From Emerson and the Beatles to Yoga and Meditation, How Indian Spirituality Changed the West, which was named one of the top ten religion books of the year by both the Huffington Post and the American Library Association’s Booklist. A public speaker and workshop leader, he has given presentations at venues throughout the country and has appeared in national media. He is an ordained Interfaith Minister and spiritual counselor, and recently founded Spiritual Wellness and Healing Associates (SWAHA) in Los Angeles. He blogs regularly on the Huffington Post and Elephant Journal. His websites are and View Guest page

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Lion Goodman

Lion Goodman is cofounder of Luminary Leadership Institute, which trains business and organization leaders to manifest their life purpose and fulfill their destiny. A successful entrepreneur for the past 35 years, Lion leads workshops and provides transformational coaching. He lives in Marin County, California. Visit View Guest page

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Bruce Grierson

Bruce Grierson is a five-time Canadian National Magazine Award-winning feature writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Popular Science, Eighteen Bridges, The Walrus, Psychology Today, Time Magazine, Scientific American , The Guardian, and elsewhere. He is the author of U-Turn, and co-author (with Kalle Lasn) of Culture Jam. He lives in Vancouver with his wife and 2 daughters. View Guest page

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David R. Hawkins

Sir David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D. is a nationally renowned psychiatrist, physician, researcher, and lecturer. He co-authored the ground-breaking work, Orthomolecular Psychiatry with Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling, which helped revolutionize psychiatry. He is the founder and cofounder of several mental health organizations and journals. But he is best known in the spiritual world for his authorship of the trilogy on the transition from the normal ego state of mind to consciousness of the Presence: Power versus Force, which won praise even from Mother Teresa; The Eye of the I; and I: Reality and Subjectivity. These books are but three in a seven book series that provide a clear and understandable pathway to spiritual enlightenment, also including: I: Reality and Subjectivity, Truth vs. Falsehood, Transcending the Levels of Consciousness, Discovering the Presence of God and Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man. If you hunger for the truth of authenticity do NOT miss this special show! View Guest page

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Rabbi Sherre Hirsch

Rabbi Sherre Zwelling Hirsch is inspiring people to lead fulfilling and meaningful lives by giving a modern twist to ancient wisdom. After serving for eight years as the first woman rabbi of Sinai Temple, Los Angeles, she left the walls of the traditional pulpit to bring her voice to a larger, more diverse “congregation.” With the publication of her second book, Thresholds: How to Thrive Through Life’s Transitions (Random House), and in her role as Spiritual Consultant to Canyon Ranch properties, she continues to blend ancient tradition and modern day applications to help empower individuals to be their own spiritual guides. She is a nationally recognized personality who speaks across the country and frequently appears in the national media as an expert in her field. View Guest page

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John Holland

John Holland is one of the most sought after mediums in the country, internationally renowned as a medium and a spiritual teacher. Author of the best sellers: Power of the Soul, Psychic Navigator, Born Knowing, and his latest release The Psychic Tarot Oracle Deck, Holland is keen to clear up the distinctions between a psychic—who reads the aura of a person for current and future events—and a medium—who acts as a conduit between the spirit and physical worlds. Holland was originally profiled on CBS “Unsolved Mysteries,” and has since starred in a 2-hour A & E special called “Mediums: We See Dead People,” and featured on the History Channel in a one-hour special called “Psychic History.” Described as compassionate, insightful, humorous, tender, captivating and mesmerizing, Holland’s charismatic personality and his powerful skills delight and fascinate audiences everywhere. View Guest page

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Linda Howe

Linda Howe is a dynamic speaker, engaging author and gifted teacher with a following of students from every walk of life. She is committed to empowering her students to recognize their inner Light and be more successful relating in the world. Linda is the founder of the Center for Akashic Studies and the leading expert in the field of Akashic Studies. She is also the author of How to Read the Akashic Records and Healing Through the Akashic Records. Making spiritual ideas useful in the daily lives of her students, Linda enables her students to experience growth and transformation. View Guest page

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Parmahansa Jagadish

Parmahansa Jagadish is the world renowned master healer, teacher and spiritual leader who guides people in discovering their own Stewardship of the Soul. With more than four and a half decades of deep and concentrated spiritual practice rooted in Eastern Yogic, Tibetan Buddhist and Hawaiian traditions, he brings together both an Eastern and Western perspective. But his spiritual journey began in his youth, when he was four years old, when he fell into a hole and instead of falling on his head, he fell into a lotus position and into illumination. It was the experience that set the direction of his life. He was only the second westerner in the Rasik tradition to be given the title of Lineage Holder, which allows him to initiate others into this deep and holy tradition. Later, after a near death experience and profound healing he was given the ability to heal and clear the karma of others. His book, The Prayer Project: The 3-Minute, 3Times a Day Solution for World Change. View Guest page

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Pilar Jennings

Pilar Jennings, Ph.D. is a writer and researcher who has focused on the clinical applications of Buddhist meditation practice. She received her Ph.D. in Psychiatry and Religion from Union Theological Seminary, and has been working with patients and their families through the Harlem Family Institute since 2004. Prior to this training, she earned a Masters degree in medical anthropology from Columbia University, and a Bachelors degree in interdisciplinary writing from Barnard College. Pilar is a long-term practitioner of Tibetan and Vipassana Buddhism, and has studied with senior teachers in both traditions. She has also trained as a Buddhist chaplain through the Zen Center for Contemplative Care. Pilar Jennings lives in New York City. View Guest page

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Dennis Merritt Jones

Dennis Merritt Jones is an award-winning author, a columnist for the Huffington Post and Science of Mind magazine. He is a member of the Leadership Council for the Association for Global New Thought, an organization whose missis is to consciously bring forth the evolving human and an awakened world through the practice of universal spiritual principles and the energy of unconditional love. He is Dennis is a universal speaker who is equally comfortable speaking to an audience seeking spiritual inspiration or to those seeking a purely secular motivational message. His most recent book, and the focus of the Authentic Living show is Your (Re)Defining Moments ~ Becoming Who You Were Born to Be, was released on May 28, 2014. His prior releases include The Art of Uncertainty and The Art of Being, both of which have been recipients of the Nautilus Awards and the Better Life Award from the Multiple Sclerosis Society. For more information, please contact View Guest page

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Linda Joy

Inspirational Publisher, Speaker and Conscious Entrepreneur Linda Joy is a passionate advocate for leading, encouraging, inspiring and providing tips and tools to women in order to facilitate their rediscovery and reconnection with their own inner wisdom. The same passion, vision and publishing wisdom that she used to bring Aspire Magazine to the forefront of women’s inspirational publishing, she brings to her new business venture –Inspired Living Publishing, giving aspiring authors the guidance and platform building skills to bring their stories and books to life. View Guest page

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Anodea Judith

Anodea Judith is the author of several classics on the chakra system, including the bestseller Wheels of Life (Llewellyn, 1987; 200,000 copies sold), Eastern Body, Western Mind (Celestial Arts, 1997), and the award-winning DVD The Illuminated Chakras (Sacred Centers, 2005). A psychotherapist and yoga teacher based in northern California, she teaches worldwide. Visit View Guest page

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Dr. Shelley Kaehr

Dr. Shelley Kaehr is the author of twenty books, her latest and the topic of our discussion today is “The Life You Deserve: Step by Step to Passion, Purpose and Profits.” Dr. Shelley, as she is affectionately called, is known throughout the world as a leading authority in the field of human potential. A former sales trainer, she spent her early career traveling throughout North America as a top representative for internationally renowned sales trainer, Tom Hopkins and motivational speaker Jim Rohn. But for the past decade, she has worked as a life coach, helping thousands to reach their highest potential. View Guest page

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Carol Marleigh Kline

Carol Marleigh Kline is the author of Streetwise Spirituality: 28 Days to Inner Fitness & Everyday Enlightenment—a book that tells readers how to cut down on frustration, anger, and stress by turning their spiritual creativity loose on everyday experiences. She facilitates workshops and offers life coaching on negative core beliefs. Carol telecommutes for the Virginia-based American Chiropractic Association, where she is the editor/lead writer of the association’s journal, the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association (now JACA Online). She has been an anchor and TV talk show host in Japan; a TV and radio anchor in North Carolina—where she was rated top female anchor in that area; and producer/host of a medical radio series, Medical Update. She’s been a professional voice talent, and a programming coordinator for the Smithsonian Resident Associates. She currently has her own radio show, also called “Streetwise Spirituality” View Guest page

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Lynne Klippel

Lynne Klippel is the author of four books, “Overcomers, Inc.: True Stories of Hope, Courage and Inspiration,” “Secrets to Surviving HIS Job Loss,” “Web Wonder Women,” and “Who am I to Write a Book?” Overcomers was written as a result of her own personal crisis in which three family members and a friend all had cancer at the same time. She is also the host of two radio shows, “Book Bites Talk Radio” and “Web Sorority Talk Radio,” which bring inspirational interviews to writers and women business owners. Prior to becoming an author, Klippel worked in healthcare administration and corporate training, and as a certified career coach. View Guest page

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Christa Lancaster

Marc Bregman and Christa Lancaster are the co-founders of North of Eden, The Center for Archetypal Dreamwork in Vermont. They have co-authored a three book series entitled “The Deep Well Tapes” and Marc has authored “Hubris of the Heavens: Archetypal Dreamwork and Rudyharian Astrology” and “Gravity.” Together they bring a broad base of experience to North of Eden, which offers personal and archetypal dreamwork retreats for individuals and other therapists. They are both archetypal dreamwork therapists, whose experience in specific training such as Art Therapy, Religion and Special Education along with their own personal life experiences has coalesced to create this unique effort toward wholeness. View Guest page

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Beverly Lanzetta

Dr. Beverly Lanzetta’s extensive career in studying global spirituality began more than thirty years ago. After a deep childhood conversion experience she spent several years as a spiritual director, teacher and healer. Later, after having received her PhD from Fordham University, she served as Professor of Religious Studies at several liberal arts colleges including Grinnell College, Prescott College and Villanova University. She is author and editor of six books, including "The Emerging Heart: Global Spirituality and the Sacred" and "Radical Wisdom: A Feminist Mystical Theology," as well as several articles. As an ordained Interfaith minister and monastic, she is the founder of four faith initiatives: Desert Interfaith Church, Interfaith Theological Seminary, Hesychia School for Spiritual Directors and Schola Divina. A respected retreat leader and contemplative educator, she is currently affiliated with the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, as a research scholar. View Guest page

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Loretta LaRoche

Bestselling author and witty, irreverent humorist Loretta LaRoche is an international stress management and humor consultant, founder and president of The Humor Potential, Inc. For over 30 years she has raised the humor potential in all of us. Her special brand of optimistic psychology has an incontestable positive effect on the health of all that are exposed to her. Organizations worldwide use Loretta's prescription for laughter to manage stress in the workplace and improve morale. She provides clients such as IBM, The New York Times and the U.S. Dept. of Labor with trainings to defeat stress in the workplace. She is on the Mass General advisory council for anxiety and depression and was recently awarded the National Humor Treasure Award. Loretta writes a weekly newspaper column called, 'Get a Life'. She has authored seven books, the latest out this spring is “Lighten Up,” the subject of her interview of March 25, 2009 on 7th Wave Network show “Authentic Living” with Andrea Mathews. View Guest page

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Denise Linn

Denise Linn has been called "America's best-kept secret." For the last three and a half decades, she has traveled to the far corners of the world speaking to standing-room only audiences of thousands. Her spiritual journey began as a teenager when she had a near-death experience after being shot by an unknown gunman. The revelations she received on the "other side" and the subsequent amazing healing of her wounds led Denise to eventually become an internationally respected healer, writer, and teacher. Denise has taught seminars in 20 countries and has written 16 books, including the best-selling, Sacred Space, and Soul Coaching as well as a the popular, Past Lives, Present Miracles. Her books have been translated into 26 languages, and she has been a featured guest on Oprah, Lifetime, the Discovery Channel, BBC TV, NBC, and CBS. She is also the founder of the Soul Coaching® International Institute. View Guest page

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Bruce H. Lipton

Bruce H. Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized authority in bridging science and spirit. Guest speaker on dozens of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national conferences, he began his career as a cell biologist, focusing on molecular mechanisms. Later with Dr. Ed Schultz he worked with experimental tissue transplantation techniques subsequently employed as a novel form of human genetic engineering. But in 1982 he began examining the principles of quantum physics and how they might be integrated into his understanding of the cell’s information processing systems. His discoveries, which ran counter to the established scientific view, presaged one of today’s most important fields of study, the science of epigenetics. He took his work to the public with lectures and workshops and published the explanatory book, The Biology of Belief. His most recent publication is Spontaneous Evolution, Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There From Here. View Guest page

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Greg Marcus, PhD

Greg Marcus, PhD (San Francisco, CA) is a practitioner, facilitator, and innovator of American Mussar, a 21st century spiritual practice for an authentic and meaningful life. He earned a BA in Biology from Cornell University, and earned his PhD in biology from MIT. Greg’s first book, Busting Your Corporate Idol: Self-Help for the Chronically Overworked, is a five star Amazon best seller. Greg resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, two daughters, and two cats.Visit him online at View Guest page

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Denise Marek

Denise Marek is internationally known as The Worry Management Expert. In addition to being regularly called upon by national and international magazines such as; Martha Stewart’s Body + Soul, United Kingdom’s Red magazine, Australia’s CLEO magazine, and Canada’s Chatelaine, Denise is the author of CALM and The Keys, co-authored with Sharon Quirt. Through her proprietary CALM™ methodology, lectures, consulting, videos, articles, and books, she has helped individuals and corporations around the globe to free themselves from worry and cultivate inner peace. Denise works with both leadership and teams—along with their clients—helping them to eliminate worry in their personal and professional lives. Her client list includes several Fortune 500 companies from around the world. Denise is hired to speak at corporate events and provide on-site training and consulting resulting in more effective and efficient work environments, less stress, and greater strategic planning success. View Guest page

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Sarah Maria

Sarah Maria is a body-image expert shows people how to discover the beauty that is already inside of them, right now, in this moment, regardless of how they look. Once they connect with this beauty, they will discover that anything is possible - that they can create a body and a life that they truly love. Her mission is to create a world where every person sees the beauty in themselves and in others. She is the author of the book “Love Your Body, Love Your Life” and has trained with well-known teachers and physicians, including Deepak Chopra, Dr. David Simon, Wayne Dyer, and Jack Canfield, among others. Her work has been endorsed by Deepak Chopra, Dr. David Simon, and NY Times best-selling author Marci Shimoff, as well as many other notable physicians, psychologists, and educators. Before writing her first book, she received a law degree from Stanford and a Master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University. Contact her at View Guest page

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Robert Augustus Masters, PhD

Robert Augustus Masters, PhD is a psychospiritual guide, relationship expert, critically acclaimed author (of 14 books), and spiritual teacher, with a doctorate in Psychology. For the past 35 years he has innovatively integrated mind, body, emotion, and spirituality in his work. He and his wife Diane are the cofounders of the Masters Center for Transformation, a school featuring relationally-rooted psychospiritual work devoted to deep healing and fully embodied awakening. At essence his work is about becoming more intimate with all that we are: high and low, dark and light, dying and undying. His website is View Guest page

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Colleen Mauro

A lifelong interest in the untapped powers of the mind led to Colleen Mauro to launch Intuition: A Magazine for the Higher Potential of the Mind in 1988. Her thirty years of experience in magazine publishing includes work as a publisher, editor, advertising director, and circulation and marketing consultant. Intuition explored the higher potential of the mind and the many and varied ways of knowing—intuition, inspiration and telepathy—providing both research and how-to information in easy-to-read form for the general reader. . Her book, published in 2015, is “Spiritual Telepathy: Ancient Techniques to Access the Wisdom of Your Soul.” About her work, Mitch Horowitz, author of "Occult America" and "One Simple Idea" says: “Colleen Mauro is an archeologist of the spirit. In this delightfully original guidebook she unearths what varying traditions have taught about the nature of telepathy, and provides modern readers with a handbook for self-experiment." View Guest page

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Corinne McLaughlin

Corinne McLaughlin is co-author of The Practical Visionary, Spiritual Politics (Foreword by the Dalai Lama), and Builders of the Dawn and is co-founder of The Center for Visionary Leadership in California and North Carolina. She directed a national task force for President Clinton’s Council on Sustainable Development and is a Fellow of The World Business Academy and the Findhorn Foundation. She is also a co-founder of Sirius Community, a spiritual/environmental center in Massachusetts, and taught politics at American University. She offers trainings in visionary leadership and spiritual development around the U.S. and Europe. She can be reached at: The Center for Visionary Leadership,; View Guest page

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Dan Millman

Dan Millman is most well known for his bestselling books, including; “Way of the Peaceful Warrior,” “The Laws of Spirit,” “A Bridge Between Worlds” and “The Life You Were Born to Live.” These books have inspired millions of people in more than twenty languages. And as most of us know, his book “Way of the Peaceful Warrior” has been turned into a movie, “Peaceful Warrior”—a breakthrough film that doesn’t just inform the audience of a change in the lead character, but allows members of the audience to leave changed or reminded of some deeper aspect of themselves. But before all of that, Dan was a world trampoline champion, hall of fame gymnast, university coach and college professor. The man has simply combined more than one lifetime into this one! His books and seminars have influenced people from all walks of life, including leaders in the fields of health, business, education, entertainment and sports. View Guest page

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Michael Mirdad

With his unique ability to explain the profound and make it practical, Michael Mirdad is known as the teacher’s teacher and the healer’s healer. He has taught thousands of classes, lectures and workshops around the world on mastery, spirituality, relationships and healing. Author of “The Seven Initiations of the Spiritual Path” and “Sacred Sexuality: A Manual for Living Bliss” as well as the topic of today’s discussion, “You’re Not Going Crazy, You’re Just Waking Up! The Five Stages of Soul Transformation.” Mirdad has been featured in several magazines, including “Whole Self Times,” “Sedona Journal,” and “Yoga Journal,” as well as radio and TV. In his effort to teach the teacher and heal the healer, Mirdad has been a keynote speaker at some of the world’s largest New Thought churches and conferences. View Guest page

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Raymond Moody

Dr. Raymond Moody, pioneer and world renowned expert on the near-death-experience, is our guest today as we explore how those who have experienced a near-death have responded with greater authenticity to life, indeed, have awakened to life on a whole new dimension. Dr. Moody is the best-selling author of eleven books, including Life After Life, which sold over 13 million copies worldwide, as well as Reunions. He has also published numerous articles in academic and professional literature. As Dr. Moody has learned more from those who have passed over and come back to inform us of what they now know, he has begun to provide philosophical counseling and workshops on the subjects of death, grief and near-death. Moody’s work offers the world an entirely new paradigm not only about death, but about life as well, particularly authentic life. Understanding death can help us all to understand life. Don’t miss this show! View Guest page

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Thomas Moore

THOMAS MOORE is the author of the classic bestseller Care of the Soul, a number one New York Times bestseller and 18 other award-winning books, published in 25 languages. His other books include, Care of the Soul in Medicine, Writing in the Sand: Jesus and the Soul of the Gospels and The Guru of Golf and other Stories about the Game of Life. Moore has been a monk, a musician, a university professor and, for over thirty years, a psychotherapist practicing archetypal therapy with a spiritual dimension. For 15 years he’s taught psychiatrists and worked closely with medical schools, hospices and hospitals to enhance the care of the soul in medicine. His awards include the Einstein Humanitarian Award from Yeshival University. Moore speaks around the world and often at C.G. Jung societies. His articles appear in magazines such as Spirituality & Health Magazine and The Huffington Post. His latest book, A Religion of One’s Own, will be published in January 2014. View Guest page

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Steven Morrison

What does it mean to be spiritually responsible? Our guest for this show, Steven Morrison, has a lot to say about that, as he blogs, writes, speaks and offers workshops on the topic of spiritual responsibility. He is the creator of the “Spiritual Workout,” and author of the book “An Extra Year: Grief and Loss in the New Age.” The book is a personal memoir of his on-going relationship with his partner after his partner’s death as Steven fumbled his way through an initiatory understanding of clairsentience. If you are interested in living a spiritually responsible life, don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore your own thoughts and experiences through the lens of spiritual responsibility. View Guest page

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Richard Moss

Richard Moss is known to some at the Maestro of deep work for essential change. And he should know, he experienced a deep transformation of his own. He was serving as a doctor of both emergency and preventive medicine, when at the age of thirty, he had a transformative “fundamental realization”, a sudden surge of energy that moved through his body, opening him to unknown and new realms of consciousness and intelligence. While it took several years to fully integrate that awakening, it gave him a highly attuned intuition about the nature of the mind and a heightened sense of empathy and compassion. He now understood the heart of the ancient spiritual teachings and began to see the interconnectedness of all things—which is at the heart of his work. His first two books, The I That Is We and The Black Butterfly and now followed by Inside-Out Healing: Transforming Your Life Through the Power of Presence. You can learn more about his work at View Guest page

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Nash Mourad

Nash Mourad has served as an executive management consultant for a variety of Fortune 100 companies and government agencies through his training and facilitation firm, Emergent Awareness, which he operates with his partner, Kay-Marie Atkins. A U.S. Marie Corps veteran, his entrepreneurial spirit and quest for enlightenment eventually led him to author the first in a series How to Be Right About Everything: An Awakening Journey into Unlearning. This series is an interpretive model for learning to interact with your world based on a simple premise: Know the difference between facts and choices. He believes that understanding that all of what we experience is chosen is key to achieving peace within and with others. View Guest page

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Wayne Muller

Wayne Muller is a spiritual mentor, public speaker, minister, and bestselling author. He is the author of A Life of Being, Having and Doing Enough, Legacy of the Heart; How, Then, Shall We Live?; Sabbath; and Learning to Pray. He is the founder of Bread for the Journey, a nonprofit organization that supports community organizing and ordinary people who engage in neighborhood philanthropy. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with his wife Kelly and their four children. View Guest page

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Laura Munson

In April of 2010, Laura Munson published a memoir called "This Is Not the Story You Think It Is" published by Amy Einhorn and Putnam. This memoir is an international bestseller, landing on the New York Times bestseller list in its first week of publication. The book featured and reviewed in numerous prestigious magazines, reviews and newspapers across the world and was named one of Book of the Month Club’s best books of the year. Laura has appeared on numerous television and radio shows including Good Morning America, many NPR stations. Her previous work has appeared in the New York Times O. Magazine, Woman's Day, The Huffington Post, The Sun, Big Sky Journal and others. While the entry point to her memoir is a marital crisis, true to its title, this is a book about empowerment; about living in the present moment, and committing to being responsible for your own happiness no matter what’s going on in your life. She lives in Northwest, Montana with her husband and children. View Guest page

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Caroline Myss

Are you looking for more joy, more passion, more depth? Caroline Myss, a practicing mystic and our guest for today, offers an open door to the Castle that is your own soul. Caroline started her career as a nurse through which service she slowly came to accept her innate ability as a medical intuitive. And through her practice as a medical intuitive she began to write bestselling books, including but definitely not limited to: “Why People Don’t Heal and How They Can,” “Anatomy of the Spirit,” “Sacred Contracts,” and the topic of discussion today, “Entering the Castle.” The mystical experience we have when entering our own souls is the beginning of real life. Based on St. Teresa of Ávila’s metaphor of the interior castle, Entering the Castle helps us to explore the seven mansions of that Castle and each room in each mansion, in order to become more attuned to our own souls, our inner Divine nature—our true Selves. View Guest page

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Chistel Nani

Chistel Nani has ignited a reputation for pinpoint accuracy in her medical intuitive readings, for which she has earned the moniker “the real thing.” She is the author of “Diary of a Medical Intuitive,” “Sacred Choices,” and of the CDs “Healing Your First Three Chakras” and “Transforming Your Archetypes.” Her clairvoyant gifts are genetic, emerging at age eight, and early on in her 16 year career as an RN working in ER/Trauma centers she often knew the diagnosis before the tests came back. Through her experience she has come to understand and has the ability to relate both the diagnosis and its energetic cause. Christel is an Interfaith Minister who teaches the principles of Spiritual Responsibility to audiences throughout the world. View Guest page

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Mark Nepo

Mark Nepo is an author, poet, philosopher, beloved teacher and cancer survivor who, for the past thirty years, has been braving and showing us the path to the soul, to the practice of living in soul while in body. His voice not only tell us but sings to us of the soul and its profound gravity of joy. His books, Seven Thousand Ways to Listen; The Book of Awakening; Staying Awake: The Ordinary Art; Reduced to Joy and the Endless Practice have captured of world of people looking for meaning and the actual experience of life. They have been noticed by Oprah Winfrey who has interviewed Nepo on Super Soul Sunday several times, and they have won awards such as the 2012 Books for a Better Life Award. Nepo is a man whose life and words demonstrate the essential meaning of soul, and who teaches us all how to find it. View Guest page

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Mark Nepo

Mark Nepo is a poet and philosopher who has taught in the fields of poetry and spirituality for over 40 years. He devotes his writing and teaching to the process of inner transformation and the life of relationship. A New York Times # 1 bestselling author (The Book of Awakening), his books have been translated into 20 languages and are frequently used at spiritual retreats, medical programs, and healing centers worldwide. Mark has been featured on Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday and Good Morning America. For more information, visit View Guest page

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Tom North

Tom North is a writer, poet, and adventurer. As the 1st of the 20 Beardsley children made famous in the film “Yours, Mine and Ours”, Tom had firsthand experience of what it was really like to grow up in the famous family in Carmel, California. Having spent his formative years in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, Tom was always guided to seek solace and sanity in nature and later, Eastern Meditation. He is a successful financial advisor, writer, poet, and motivational speaker. Tom has written extensively about scuba diving, jade hunting in the wilds of Big Sur, and spiritual topics as well. He is the author of True North and is now is working on his second book, The Economics of Spiritual Transformation View Guest page

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Christiane Northrup

Christiane Northrup, M.D. is a visionary pioneer, beloved authority in the field of women’s health and wellness, and a board-certified OB/GYN physician who served as assistant clinical professor of OB/GYN at Maine Medical Center for 20 years. Recognizing the unity of body, mind, and spirit, she helps empower women to tune in to their innate inner wisdom to transform health and truly flourish. Author of two New York Times bestselling books, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause, her third book, Mother-Daughter Wisdom, was a 2005 Quill Award nominee and voted Amazon’s #1 book of the year in both parenting and mind-body health in 2005. Host of several highly successful public television specials and her own radio show, and featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Today Show, NBC Nightly News, The view and several other prominent shows, her latest book, the newly revised edition of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom is the topic of the Authentic Living show this week. View Guest page

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Robin Norwood

Have you ever wondered why “this” is happening to you? If you are human you probably have. Robin Norwood, our guest for today, has explored this question in depth in her book “Why Me, Why This, Why Now?”. Robin became known all over the world for her book “Women Who Love Too Much,” in which she explored the depth-aspects of relationship. But her perhaps a bit less well-known book “Why Me…” explores the dynamic relationship we have with the circumstances and experiences of our lives. Some of us have been taught to never ask the question why. But Robin does ask and seeks out brave answers—answers that make sense to those of us who are truly seeking. She reveals how a spiritually enlightened understanding of life’s suffering can lead to personal and planetary healing. If you’ve ever wondered why, don’t miss this excellent opportunity to find out. View Guest page

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Meagan O’Nan

Meagan O’Nan is a lesbian, living in Mississippi, one of the several states which has not yet agreed to allow gay marriage. She has bravely agreed to tell her story in a book entitled “Courage: Agreeing to Disagree is Not Enough”. An athlete who won scholarships to college based on her talents; an active Christian with an active social life, a good family and strong friendships, she was broken apart by the power of her own coming out experience. Later, she and her partner moved back to Mississippi to face the challenge of coming out in the middle of the Bible Belt of America. And this past year, she faced another big fear—that of getting married to that same partner. She comes to the Authentic Living show to bridge the gap between Christianity and sexual orientation. She demonstrates the overcoming necessary to believing in oneself enough to claim one’s human rights. View Guest page

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Robert Ohotto

Robert Ohotto is a renowned writer, teacher, and Intuitive Life Strategist. As the acclaimed author of Transforming Fate into Destiny and celebrated host of his weekly radio show “Dialogue with Destiny,” Robert is a highly sought after speaker and pioneering voice in the field of New Thought and multisensory development. His groundbreaking work integrates an array of transformational disciplines which he presents in an accessible format that has touched the lives of his students, listeners, and readers around the world. View Guest page

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David Robert Ord

David Robert Ord, Editorial Director for Namaste Publishing, was fascinated with Jesus when he was still in elementary school. That fascination took him from his home in England, to New Zealand and finally to the United States where he became a graduate of San Francisco Theological Seminary. For 20 years he taught about Jesus in traditional congregations, but now his book “Your Forgotten Self” breaks with conventional thinking about Jesus. According to Ord, the reason that we find Jesus difficult to understand is because we think of him as different from us. In fact, he sees Jesus as a mirror of the forgotten self that is the true essence in each of us. Andrea’s conversation with David Ord is an open invitation to all listeners to begin to experience the Divine energy that is the Self, to know the Self as Jesus knew himself—as the way, the truth and the life. Don’t miss it! View Guest page

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Judith Orloff

Judith Orloff MD, is the assistant clinical professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and the author of the New York Times and international bestseller “Emotional Freedom,” and the newly released “Second Sight.” Dr. Orloff is about the business of transforming the face of psychiatry as she synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, energy and spirituality. Her passionate assertion is that we have the power to transform negative emotions and achieve inner peace. She gives to psychiatry what physicians like Dean Ornish and Mehmet Oz have offered to mainstream medicine. In that vein she offers practical strategies to overcome frustration, stress and worry and teaches people how to quiet the overactive minds that don’t seem to shut off. She currently mentors UCLA medical students and psychiatry-residents-in-training, is on Natural Health Magazine’s Advisory Board and has been referred to by Body and Soul Magazine as “one of our nation’s top doctors.” View Guest page

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Christopher Papadopoulas

Christopher Papadopoulas lives near Montreal, Canada, the city in which he was born. He holds bachelor degrees in education and history from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and has served as both a primary and high school teacher. Based on his desire to help create a better world, in 1993 he ran for parliament in the Canadian federal elections. Realizing that a world of peace and harmony begins within the individual, he then embarked on an inner journey toward greater self-awareness. In 2003, he experienced a permanent shift in consciousness from anxious thoughts about himself to the peace we discover when we are in touch with our authentic being. Since that time, Christopher has worked with individuals and groups, guiding others to experience peace through the process of his own self- - See more at: View Guest page

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Michel Pascal

Michel Pascal is a French author, meditation teacher, singer, filmmaker and photographer. Michel’s unique brand of meditation is being practiced at Google, Harvard University and many other major organizations. Before moving to the United States, Pascal lived in the Kopan Monastery in the Himalayas. He has spent more than 15 years adapting traditional teachings and practices for students around the world. His latest book, Meditation for Daily Stress: 10 Practices for Immediate Well-Being, is the subject of our show today. View Guest page

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Eric Pearl

Dr. Eric Pearl is an internationally recognized healer and author of the international bestselling book "The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself" which is soon to be printed in its 33rd language. While practicing chiropractic care he began to hear reports from his patients that they felt his hands on them even when he wasn't touching them. Later they began to report that they were healed of devastating diseases. These healings have been documented in six books and Dr. Pearl's work is of interest to top doctors and medical researchers at hospitals and universities worldwide. Dr. Pearl travels the world teaching Reconnective Healing. View Guest page

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Maurie Pressman, M.D.

Maurie Pressman, M.D. is Emeritus Chairman of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia and Emeritus Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Temple Medical School. He combines this work with studies in the high reaches of the mind. His practice focuses on spiritual psychotherapy and the exploration of the human soul. During his prestigious career, Dr. Pressman has studied the potential of the human mind and soul, exploring the connections between traditional psychiatry and holistic-spiritual psychotherapy. An early pioneer in visualization, Dr. Pressman created a program in 1972 for Olympic ice-skaters using hypnosis and visualization. Beyond just a mind-set, the evidence showed that the work was reflected in changes in muscles, neurologic activity, connective tissues and cells of the body. An international speaker, Dr. Pressman has written more than 40 articles, is the co-author of Twin Souls and author of Visions from the Soul and Living in the SuperMind. View Guest page

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John Randolph Price

You know, the truth is that we often don’t know who we are till we are put to the test. John Randolph Price, our guest for today, wants to teach the world how to not just pass the test but transcend it. Author of 18 non-fiction books, including “Empowerment: How to Do, Be and Have All Things by Becoming One with Inner Power,” and the topic of our discussion today, “Removing the Masks that Bind Us,” John is an internationally known, award-winning author and lecturer. Formerly a CEO in the corporate world, he has spent the past 27 years researching the mysteries of ancient wisdom and incorporating those findings in the writing of many books. He and his wife, Jan were the founders of the first World Healing Day in 1986, in which over 500 million people world-wide participated, as well as founders of the Quartus Foundation for spiritual research. Listen and find out who you really are under the masks that bind. View Guest page

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Charlene M. Proctor

Charlene M. Proctor, Ph.D. is an ordained Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking and a Deeksha Facilitator trained by the oneness monks from Fiji and India. She is the best-selling author of Let Your Goddess Grow! 7 Spiritual Lessons on Female Power and Positive Thinking and The Women’s Book of Empowerment: 323 Affirmations that Change Everyday Problems into Moments of Potential, well as the topic of today’s show, The Oneness Gospel: Birthing the Christ Consciousness and Divine Human in YOU. Her Midwestern sensibility and spiritual approach to self-empowerment has helped thousands awaken to their magnificence of the Divine within. View Guest page

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Ivan Rados

Author of the book , “Health: It’s All About Consciousness,” Ivan Rados is an established and internationally recognized artist, energy healer and contemporary spiritual guide and teacher. He also authored “Create Yourself: Secrets of Self Discovery & Healing with Sacred Geometry,” and “The Transparent Man – the Last Anti-manifesto about Transcendental Art.” Ivan is a true master of both himself and his life. He asserts that he heals no one, but simply helps people heal themselves through the power of Infinite Consciousness. Ivan’s journey reads like a book of miracles, which he modestly labels “ordinarinesses.” Aligned with no particular healing methodology, spiritual movement, or tradition, the wisdom Ivan shares comes from his deep roots in our One Self, the source of everything. Born in the former Yugoslavia, Ivan lives in Vancouver, Canada, and travels extensively, sharing his insights around the world, facilitating classes, seminars, and retreats. View Guest page

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Hollister Rand

Hollister Rand is an internationally renowned medium. Known for the detailed messages she provides from loved ones living in the spirit world, Hollister is clairvoyant, clairaudient and clairsentient—meaning she can see, hear and sense the process of spirits. One of her primary messages is that “Life is never over.” She believes that questions can be answered, broken hearts mended and relationships healed when we are able to speak with loved ones who are living in the spirit world. And she makes it look easy. Over the past 15 years, she has moved national and international audiences with messages of love, hope and healing through demonstrations of spirit communication and television and radio appearances, touching the lives of thousands of people. She has been on several TV and radio stations and teamed up with acclaimed medium John Edward for InfiniteQuest at Her interest in supporting the science os spirit communication led Hollister to present seminars and workshops with leading researches in afterlife science. Her book, I’m Not Dead, I’m Different: Kinds in Spirit Teach Us About Living a Better Life on Earth is the subject of the Authentic Living show today. View Guest page

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Dorothy Ratusny

Dorothy Ratusny is a Canadian psychotherapist specializing in Cognitive Therapy, the author of two books, “The Purpose of Love,” and “Live Your Life’s Purpose;” a Consultant for numerous Corporations, a frequent guest of various Canadian radio shows and a co-host of the radio show, Womyn’s Word. She is a leader in the area of self-actualization and personal growth and has been acclaimed as “one of the most gifted therapists of our time.” With her Cognitive approach Dorothy combines her knowledge of Eastern philosophy, Christian Theology, Mysticism and Metaphysics in working with her clients to offer skill-based principles and techniques within a model of guided discovery creating a holistic approach to personal empowerment and authentic living. View Guest page

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James Redfield

James Redfield is the New York Times best-selling author of The Celestine Prophecy. In 1995 and 1996 The Celestine Prophecy was the #1 American book in the world, and the #1 international bestseller of 1996. This phenomenal novel spent over 3 years on the New York Times best sellers list. Redfield continued the story with the sequels The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision and The Secret of Shambhala: In Search of the Eleventh Insight. The final installment in the Celestine series is The Twelfth Insight: The Hour of Decision, which was released on Tuesday, February 15 by Grand Central Publishing. James Redfield is also the author of the non-fiction title, Celestine Vision, and co-author of God and the Evolving Universe. He co-wrote and co-produced the film version of The Celestine Prophecy Movie. He and his wife Salle Redfield are also the founders of the Global Prayer Project, a very active world group of visionary prayers bringing peace and healing to the world. View Guest page

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Salle Redfield

Authenticity does not usually occur in a one time epiphany. Most often we have to coax it along by recognizing, listening to and honoring its voice. One way to do that is to work with a Life Coach. And today we are interviewing Life Coach and author, Salle Redfield. Two of Salle’s works, a CD and a book, are meditations based on her husband James Redfield’s work The Celestine Prophecy. She has also written The Joy of Meditating with an accompanying CD and Creating a Life of Joy, also with a CD by the same title. Salle began Life Coaching as an outgrowth of her own journey to authenticity. As a Life Coach, she helps her clients to focus on their truest passions and follow them. If you want to create a more authentic life, don’t miss this show! View Guest page

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Mike Robbins

A well-known keynote speaker and personal development expert, Mike Robbins has inspired tens of thousands through his speaking, coaching and writing. He is the author of “Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken: Transform Your Life with the Power of Authenticity,” “Focus on the Good Stuff: The Power of Appreciation,” and is a contributing author to “Chicken Soup for the Single Parent’s Soul” and “Thirty Things to Do When You Turn Thirty.” A former New York Yankees draftee who chose to play baseball at Stanford University instead, Mike pitched in the College World Series, and was then drafted by the Kansas City Royals and played three years before arm injuries ended his playing career. After his sports career, Mike studied many disciplines of both personal and professional development and has since worked with some of America’s top organizations to teach and train and has been featured on ABC News, the Oprah and Friends Radio Network and several prestigious magazines. View Guest page

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Michele Rosenthal

Michele Rosenthal is a trauma survivor who struggled with undiagnosed PTSD for 25 years. And then she was diagnosed and went on a healing rampage! Today, she is 100% PTSD-free and the founder of Heal My PTSD, LLC, an advocacy organization for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. She is also a Self-Empowered Healing Coach helping survivors release fear, pain and stress so they can live with courage, confidence and imagination. As a mental health advocate, public speaker, blogger, writer, workshop/seminar leader, Certified Professional Coach, Hypnotist, and Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Michele uses her personal experience, education, professional training and research to help others further their trauma and PTSD recovery. She works at a wellness center in Palm Beach Gardens, FL and can be reached via the Heal My PTSD website at View Guest page

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Dr. Jenn Royster

Dr. Jenn Royster is an internationally known Intuitive Counselor, Spiritual Teacher, Energy Healer, Visionary, Speaker, Writer and Radio Host of The Jenn Royster Show, that syndicates to over 430 stations worldwide. Jenn became aware of her spiritual gifts at an early age and has realized her gifts in energetic healing and her work as a visionary. Her work with empaths and PTSD recovery has gained respect with many Medical Doctors and Psychologists, who refer patients to her for Spiritual Counseling when clinical routes show no results. A positive move forward in showing the importance and power that Energy Healing brings to healthcare. She believes that Energy Healing is the ultimate advancement in Health care. Jenn has inspired many around the world as an inspirational writer, speaker and teacher sharing her knowledge and discoveries through Articles, Channeled Messages, Radio, Video, Workshops, Webinars and Private Sessions. View Guest page

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Don Jose Ruiz

Don Jose Ruiz, co-author with his father, don Miguel Ruiz, of the book, The Fifth Agreement, grew up in a world where anything was possible. From the moment he could speak, he became an apprentice of his nagual (shaman) father, don Miguel Ruiz, and his curandera (healer) grandmother, Mother Sarita. As a teenager, he traveled to India to study with friends of his father, and at the age of twenty-three, he became the successor to the family lineage. In the tradition of his ancestors, don Jose has dedicated his life to sharing the teachings of the ancient Toltec. For the past seven years, he has been lecturing and leading classes across the United States, and at sacred sites around the world. View Guest page

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Don Miguel Ruiz

Don Miguel Ruiz is the international bestselling author of a powerful series of books including The Four Agreements, which stayed on The New York Times bestseller list for seven years and became the 36th bestselling book of the first decade of the 21st century. He has dedicated his life to sharing the wisdom of the ancient Toltec through his books, lectures, and journeys to sacred sites around the world. His other bestselling books include: The Mastery of Love, The Voice of Knowledge, Prayers, and The Fifth Agreement, a collaboration with his son don Jose Ruiz. He was born into an humble family whose mission it was to pass on the legacy of the Totec Traditions. But instead, he became a neurosurgeon, who after a near-fatal auto accident, came back home and became a shaman. Since that time he has been facilitating the awakening of humanity and comes to the Authentic Living Show now to tell us of “Awakening the Giant” event of 12/7/12-12/21/12. View Guest page

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Joyce Rupp

Joyce Rupp, author of Open the Door: A Journey to your True Self, is well known for her work as a writer, a spiritual "midwife," and retreat and conference speaker. She has led retreats throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and New Zealand. With a Masters Degree in Transpersonal Psychology, Joyce is a member of the “Servites” a Servants of Mary Community, the mission of which is to manifest compassion in the spirit of Mary, the mother of Jesus, which she manifests in part through her volunteer work with hospice. She has authored 18 books, including such titles as: Prayer and May I have this Dance, a book about the dance of life, and Fresh Bread and Other Gifts of Spiritual Nourishment. Joyce offers us a true example of walking, talking spirituality. Her soothing and poignant message about the path to authenticity opens doors View Guest page

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Joyce Rupp

Joyce Rupp is well known for her work as a writer, spiritual “midwife,” international retreat leader, and conference speaker. She is the author of numerous bestselling books, including Open the Door and May I Have This Dance? Rupp is a member of the Servite (Servants of Mary) community and the Co-Director of the Institute of Compassionate Presence. This will be her second interview on the Authentic Living show. You can learn more about her at View Guest page

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Steve Ryals

Steve Ryals, author of Drunk with Wonder: Awakening to the God Within, understands homelessness and methamphetamine addiction first hand. He was raised on a mix of love, hurt, anger, secrecy, emotional and physical abuse. Not surprisingly, Steve took to drugs and alcohol, as he puts it, “like a Rottweiler takes to delivery people.” But today Steve is substance free. In 1990 Steve founded Rock Creek Press, through which he published some of his own work, as well as the work of other authors. He has written several articles and reviews for New Age Retailer, Sedona Journal of Emergence, PC World and Electronic Design magazines. Drunk with Wonder offers the reader a unique view of the wisdom that can be gained through dialoguing with the Authentic Self, the Divine within. It's been hailed as where "Conversations with God meets What the Bleep Do We Know?" View Guest page

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Marilyn Mandala Schlitz

Marilyn Mandala Schlitz, Ph.D. is a clinical research scientist, medical anthropologist, writer, speaker, and thought leader who has pioneered clinical and field-based research in the area of human transformation, consciousness studies, worldview literacy and cultural healing for more than three decades. She is the President and CEO for the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Senior Scientist at the Research Institute, California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Schlitz has published hundreds of articles on consciousness studies in both scholarly and popular journals. She is a visionary leader and an engaging speaker with a rare ability to translate complex ideas into a common sense language that excites the imaginations of her audiences worldwide. Her books include: Consciousness and Healing, Integral approaches to Mind-Body Medicine and Living Deeply: the Art and Science of Transformation in Everyday Life. View Guest page

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Tom Shadyac

A onetime actor/comedian and the youngest writer to work for comedy legend Bob Hope, Tom Shadyac’s writing/directing career was launched in 1994 with the Jim Carrey smash hit Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. Since then he has become one of the most prolific and successful writer/director/producers in Hollywood with huge hits such as Liar Liar, The Nutty Professor, Bruce Almighty, Patch Adams, Accepted , and I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. Shadyac has received four people’s choice awards, including three for best comedy and one for best new Television Comedy, with 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. With Patch Adams, Shadyac earned his first Golden Globe nomination, also for best comedy. But his latest project, a documentary entitled I AM, which has already won some awards at its premier, gets a little more serious. In it Shadyac asks some of today’s most profound thinkers, two questions – What’s wrong with our world, and what can we do about it? View Guest page

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Rabbi Rami Shapiro

Rabbi Rami Shapiro, or Rabbi Rami, as he is affectionately known, is an award winning story teller, author, poet, professor and essayist as well as the Director of the Simply Jewish Foundation. He has authored several books, including, Minyan, Hasidic Tales, The Wisdom of Solomon, Open Secrets, The Sacred Art of Lovingkindness, The Divine Feminine, Recovery, The Sacred Art, and out in the fall The Angelic Way. He writes a column for Spirituality and Health Magazine, called “Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler,” and teaches InterSpiritual courses at the Spiritual Paths Institute. Rabbi Rami is considered one of the most creative voices in contemporary Jewish spirituality. But he is also working on a documentary film called “Holy Rascals,” which tells the story of his own journey into a deeper spirituality, which allows him to blend beliefs from several different world religions with those of his own Judaism. View Guest page

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Rabbi Sherre

Driven by a desire to deepen her understanding of her faith, Rabbi Sherre Hirsch began studying at the Jewish Theological Seminary. And after a year-long detour through Asia, where she studied eastern philosophy, she was ordained in 1998. She spent the next 8 years as the first woman rabbi at Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, the largest Conservative synagogue in the western U.S. Since leaving Sinai in 2006 she has been sharing her unique blend of the spiritual and the everyday with a larger audience, appearing on “The Today Show” , “ABC News”, “Inside Edition”, “Faith Matters Now” and others. Rabbi Hirsch also serves as the spiritual life consultant and teacher for the Canyon Ranch Spas in Arizona and Massachusetts. Her first book, We Plan, God Laughs: 10 Steps to Finding Your Divine Path When Life Is Not Turning Out Like You Wanted reflects a theme in Hirsch’s own life and she expertly guides readers through a spiritual and introspective journey toward reaching their divine potential. View Guest page

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Susann Taylor Shier

Susann Taylor Shier is an author, teacher, psychotherapist and intuitive counselor, who is committed to inspiring the people of this world to access and live from the magnificence of their soul gifts, strengths and purposes. Her books include “Soul Mastery: Accessing the Gift of Your Soul,” “Soul Radiance: Bring Your Soul Riches to Life” and “Soul Reunion: The Return Home from Separation.” She presents Soul Mastery, Soul Radiance and Soul Reunion workshops, book events, trainings and teleclasses as well as her renowned “Learning to Read the Akashic Records” and “Soul Clearing” trainings. She has been featured on numerous television and radio shows and travels nationally and internationally as a therapist and intuitive counselor for clients and groups in person, online and by telephone View Guest page

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Bernie Siegel

Even those of us in the mind/body field still struggle with old beliefs that tell us that the body and mind are not united. But Dr. Bernie Siegel, one of our spiritual leaders in the field of medicine, sees it differently. Through his advocacy for patient empowerment and his powerful, poignant stand on living life fully and dying in peace, he teaches that the body responds positively to authentic living. His first bestselling book, Love, Medicine and Miracles, led to several other self-help books on healing by learning to live authentically. More recently he’s written a children’s book, Smudge Bunny, a parenting book, Love, Magic and Mud Pies, and a book for anyone struggling with loss, Buddy’s Candle. Currently he is working on a book of cancer survivor stories entitled Faith Hope and Healing. As a witness to thousands of personal stories Bernie has a story of his own to tell about authenticity and health. Don’t miss it. View Guest page

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Simran Singh

Simran Singh is a Love Catalyst, Visionary Creative and a Rebel Humanitarian. She is the publisher of award-winning 11:11 Magazine and 11:11 Talk Radio is also author of IPPY Gold Award winning Conversations With The Universe and Your Journey to Enlightenment, along with new release, Your Journey to Love. In addition to Tedx, Gaiam TV, and speaking nationally and internationally on The Rebel Road Tour, Simran initiates movement into new paradigms for humanity through vulnerability, realness and loving expression. Simran resides in Charleston, South Carolina. www.iamsimran View Guest page

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Andrew Solomon

Andrew Solomon is a writer and lecturer on psychology, politics, and the arts; winner of the National Book Award; and an activist in LGBT rights, mental health, and the arts. He is the author of two NY Times Bestselling and award winning books: The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression (2001) and Far From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity, as well as two earlier books, The Irony Tower: Soviet Artists in a Time of Glasnost (1991), and the novel A stone Boat (1994). He has served as a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine, and has written for The New Yorker. He has authored essays for many anthologies and books of criticism and his work has been featured on NPR’s Moth Radio Hour. He is a frequent writer on gay marriage, and his own marriage to John Habich was reported in New York Times, The London Sunday Times, Tatler, Newsweek and numerous other publications. He is a philanthropist, serving on many boards for humanities and the arts. View Guest page

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Mary Bea Sullivan

Mary Bea Sullivan, author of “Dancing Naked Under the Moon,” a personal account of her own spiritual journey, is our guest today. Mary Bea’s compelling journey took her to teachers from diverse traditions to assist her in landing squarely in her own wisdom. Through her own spiritual dark night of the soul, beginning at the death of a dear friend, her quest is one example of how we both demand and resist crises that bring us past the veil and into the inner sanctum of authenticity. The American Institute of Holistic Theology, offering Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Holistic Theology, presents this dialogue, meant to offer a guide to listeners seeking an affirmative approach to the Divine that doesn’t necessarily fit within the construct of any particular dogma or creed. Do we actually get to decide who God is on our own? Actually, if we don’t we never really know God. The only way to have a real relationship with a real God is to be real. Don’t miss this show! View Guest page

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Caroline Sutherland

Caroline Sutherland has a vast clinical background as an allergy-testing technician in environmental medicine, where her intuitive gift developed. She was raised in a medical family: Her mother was a dietician, and both her father and grandfather were medical doctors. As a child, the blueprint of her family lineage created important seeds for her future career as a medical intuitive. For the past 23 years, she has lectured internationally on the subject, and her intuitive impressions have positively affected the lives of more than 100,000 people. Caroline is the founder of Sutherland Communications, Inc., which offers medical-intuitive training programs, weight-loss programs, and consultation services for adults and children. She is a frequent guest on radio and television and the author of several books in a series called “The Body Knows,” the latest of which is “The Body Knows How to Stay Young.” View Guest page

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Eldon Taylor

Eldon Taylor is a New York Times best-selling author and the subject of his books range from exposing the darker sides of mind programming and brainwashing to the spiritual search for life’s meaning. In addition to being an author, Eldon created and patented his InnerTalk subliminal technology--the only such technology that has been researched by numerous independent universities and institutions and been demonstrated effective at priming self-talk. Eldon Taylor is an expert in the area of preconscious information processing and has served as an expert trial witness with regards to both subliminal communication and hypnosis. Eldon was a practicing criminalist for over ten years where he supervised and conducted investigations and testing to detect deception. His earliest work with changing inner beliefs was conducted from this setting, including a double-blind study conducted at the Utah State Prison from 1986 to 1987. Gotcha' is his latest book, for which the research took years. View Guest page

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Lisa Tener

Lisa Tener has helped dozens of published authors get their books written, into print and into the hands of readers around the world. Some have been published by major publishers, and others have self published. Lisa teaches on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s CME publishing course and her book coaching clients have appeared on Oprah, Montel, CBS Early Show and more. View Guest page

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Sue Patton Thoele

Sue Patton Thoele is the author of nine books including The Courage to Be Yourself: A Woman’s Guide to Emotional Strength and Self-Esteem, and The Mindful Woman: Gentle Practices for Restoring Calm, Finding Balance, and Opening Your Heart. Sue’s strength is in her personable interaction with her readers and followers. She opens her heart and her story for us in a way that invites us into her mind so that we can more clearly see our own. Check out her work at View Guest page

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Betsy Thompson

Betsy Thompson is the author of several books, including The Mirror Theory, LoveParent, LoveHuman, You Are What You Think, The What Happens If I…Book, and the topic of today’s discussion, Walking Through Illusion. Betsy’s has worked largely in media, at radio stations. She has also worked as a commercial print model and acted in television commercials in Philadelphia and New York. For several years she worked in Los Angeles at Castle Rock Entertainment, and later at Warner Brothers. She retired in 2005 and is now writing full time. View Guest page

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Kevin Todeschi

Our guest today is Kevin Todeschi, the Executive Director and CEO of the Edgar Cayce organization, Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E) and Atlantic University. He is the author of twenty books, many on Edgar Cayce’s work, including his most popular book, Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records, which has been translated into seven languages. Kevin is an expert on dream interpretation, having taught thousands of students the art of dream interpretation, and having authored two books on the subject: Dream Images and Symbols and Dream Interpretation (and More!) Made Easy. Kevin is known for his ability to explain complex subjects in a straightforward and easy-to-understand manner. And today, on the subject of dream interpretation, he’ll be doing just that. Have you a dream that confounds you? Listen to see if you can get some clues to its meaning. Or, if you are ready, call in and ask Kevin to help you interpret your dream. Don’t miss this eye-opening show. View Guest page

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Peter Tongue

Peter Tongue is the Co-Founder of “My Heart Centered Journey” providing the opportunity for individuals, groups and businesses to develop their highest potential. For the past six years he has been engaged in empowering individuals and groups to resolve difficulties while awakening to their own spiritual path. Peter has been through his own personal and professional transformation—starting out as an international rugby player, moving to 30 years experience in the field of education as a Chemistry teacher and high school Principal in two top ranking independent schools in Canada and the UK, to finally becoming a spiritual mentor and healer, using his own wisdom and understanding of alchemy and meditation to assist others in increasing higher levels of consciousness. Peter now hosts his own weekly radio show called “Awakening to Conscious Co-Creation” here on the 7th Wave Network of VoiceAmerica, on which he interviews experts in their respective fields on higher consciousness. View Guest page

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Shefali Tsabary

Shefali Tsabary, PhD, received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University, New York. Dr. Shefali was exposed to Eastern mindfulness at an early age and integrates its teachings with Western psychology. This blend of East and West allows her to reach a global audience. Her ability to appeal to both a psychologically astute and consciousness-driven audience establishes her as one of a kind in the parenting field. Dr. Shefali has worked with a varied demographic, ranging from survivors of the Asian Tsunami to Third World women, from inner city youth to suburban families, and from the elderly and infirm to corporate leaders. Dr. Shefali lectures extensively on mindful living and conscious parenting around the world, and is in private practice. She resides with her husband and daughter in New York. View Guest page

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Iyanla Vanzant

Iyanla Vanzant, is clearly one of America’s most profound spiritual leaders and acclaimed empowerment legends. NY Times Bestselling author, host of the number one reality show on the OWN network, Iyanla: Fix My Life; and frequent guest on Super Soul Sunday and Oprah’s Life Class, she empowers individuals all across the globe to live into the truest self. Her body of work spans over three decades and includes CDs, television, radio and on stage performances, 15 published books, and 5 New York Times Bestsellers, which have been translated into 23 languages. Iyanla’s no nonsense approach to living healthy and whole runs throughout her personal story as well as her message and teaching style. She serves as a living testament to the value of life’s valleys and the power of acting on faith. As she serves, she applies spiritual practice and principles, to bring peace and healing to those who allow her behind closed doors and deep inside their lives. As we watch her do this we are healed. View Guest page

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Dee Wallace

Dee Wallace is one of Hollywood’s most sought after TV guest stars. She played an unforgettable role as the mother in that special moving and uplifting movie ET, and in several other movies, including Cujo, The Howling, Ten, The Frighteners, and Critters. She starred in four television series and more than 400 commercials. But the most interesting role of all is the one in which she followed her own individualized and authentic pathway to become a healer and spiritual leader. Her journey is unique in that it was her own acting career and her attempts to get into certain kinds of acting that allowed her to tap into that intuitive level of understanding that brought her to her best performances, and simultaneously allowed her to let go of emotions and issues from the past and tap into her own inner light. Her book, Bright Light: Spiritual Lessons from a Life in Acting, allows readers to come to understand how they might tap into their own inner light. View Guest page

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Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. With an early interest and deeply felt connection to spirituality, he spent the majority of his life searching for spiritual meaning before beginning his Conversation with God, a NY Times Bestselling series that has been translated into 34 languages, touching and inspiring millions. In addition, he has published 16 other works, and a number of video and audio programs. Neale’s work has redefined God and shifted spiritual paradigms worldwide. And because of this response, he founded the Conversations with God Foundation, a non-profit educational organization dedicated to inspiring us all to move from violence, confusion and anger to peace, clarity and love. Neale has traveled the world from the sacred to the mundane, finding everywhere a hunger for a new way to live in peace and harmony. His work is an effort to offer new insights that will feed that hunger. View Guest page

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Chaney Weiner

Chaney is an inspirational and transformational speaker and Co Founder of the Law of Attraction Network for Women and the Wealth Mastery Success Program. His knowledge and experience comes from 20 years of study and work in various disciplines including: fitness, psychology, communication , physiology, and neuroscience. He teaches others how to apply these disciplines to everyday life. Chaney has a passion to inspire people worldwide to develop their personal power from within, and master their lives so that they can live a life of gratitude and presence, filled with passion and purpose. View Guest page

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Brian Weiss

Brian Weiss, M.D., is the best-selling author of Many Lives, Many Masters and the world’s foremost expert on past-life regression. Dr. Weiss, a Miami-based psychiatrist who maintains a private practice, conducts national and international seminars and experiential workshops, aw well as training programs for professionals. He is a graduate of Columbia university and Yale Medical School, and is the former Chairman of Psychiatry at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami. View Guest page

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Darren Weissman

All healing is self-healing, because we heal from inside out, not from outside in. Dr. Weissman, our guest, is an internationally renowned physician, speaker, and educator and the developer of The LifeLine Technique, through which he offers an integrated approach to healing. He is the author of The Power of Infinite Love and Gratitude: An Evolutionary Journey to Awakening Your Spirit and a contributing author in the best-selling book by Dr. Masaru Emoto, The Healing Power of Water. He has practiced holistic medicine for 14 years and in 1999 opened The Way to Optimal Health medical center in Northbrook, Illinois. His approach to healing is one that recognizes the body as a self-healing organism, which is only blocked from its natural ability to thrive because of old patterns and wounds. Once these are recognized and released the body returns to its natural state of wholeness. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about self-healing. View Guest page

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Francis Weller

Francis Weller, MFT, is a psychotherapist, writer and soul activist. He is a master of synthesizing diverse streams of thought from psychology, anthropology, mythology, alchemy, indigenous cultures and poetic traditions. Author of "The Wild Edge of Sorrow: Rituals of Renewal and the Sacred Work of Grief," he has introduced the healing work of ritual to thousands of people. The core of his work is creating pathways to reclaiming our indigenous soul, what psychologist Carl Jung called the “unforgotten wisdom” that resides in the heart of the psyche. Out of this core, he founded and directs Wisdom Bridge, to provide educational programs that seek to integrate wisdom from traditional cultures with insights and knowledge gathered from western cultures. His work was featured in The Sun magazine (October 2015) and he is a frequent presenter and keynote speaker at conferences. He is currently completing his second book, "A Trail on the Ground: Tracking the Ways of the Indigenous Soul." View Guest page

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Linda West

Author of the book, “8 Keys: Special Delivery from the Angels,” Linda West is one of the psychics endorsed by Allison Dubois, that famous psychic of the TV series, “Medium.” Holding a Master’s Degree in Metaphysics from the American Institute of Holistic Theology, Linda provides healthy lifestyle services to enhance lifestyle, and special guidance for life’s issues through various psychic means. She also offers a special method for strengthening life force energy using Quantum Energy Medicine. View Guest page

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Marianne Williamson

Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher. Six of her ten published books have been New York Times Best Sellers, and four of those have been #1 on the list. A Return to Love is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, beginning "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure..." - often misattributed to Nelson Mandela's Inaugural address - is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers. Marianne’s latest New York Times Best Seller, A Course in Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever was selected by Oprah to be one of her 2010 Favorite Things. She is a popular TV guest on Oprah, Larry King Live, Good Morning America and Charlie Rose. Marianne has done extensive charitable organizing throughout the country including, Project Angel Food in Los Angeles and the grassroots campaign to establish a U.S. Department of Peace. View Guest page

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Sara Wiseman

Sara Wiseman, a features journalist and award winning musician, having released 3 CDs with her band Martyrs of Sound, reports that in 2004 she experiencing her own intuitive opening. Later, in 2008, she tells us that she unexpectedly received channeled writing from a spirit guide in which she learned of what she now refers to as The 33 Lessons. Those lessons are the meat of her newly released book, “Writing the Divine: How to Use Channeling for Soul Growth & Healing.” Since that time, beyond writing, she has spent her time consulting, and teaching workshops on how to formulate a direct connection to the Divine. Sara teaches that we don’t need a go-between, a middle-man to teach about the Divine, and offers simple concise guidance on connecting one-on-one with the Divine. Her next book, “Divine Child” will be released in 2010. View Guest page

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Linda Wolf

Linda is the founder and executive director of Teen Talk Circles (TTC), lead trainer, and co-author of TTC's books including Speaking and Listening From the Heart; Daughters of the Moon, Sisters of the Sun: Young Women and Mentors on the Transition to Womanhood; and Global Uprising: Confronting the Tyrannies of the 21st Century; Stories from a New Generation of Activists. She is also a recognized photographer ( and has received numerous grants for art and multimedia projects over the past thirty-five years. Her work is a part of permanent collections in museums, libraries and public institutions worldwide, including the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris. She travels widely teaching TTC Facilitator Trainings and speaking on behalf of Teen Talking Circles. She is on the board of advisors and is a certified facilitator with the Compassionate Listening Project. View Guest page

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Laura B. Young

Laura B. Young is a Life Coach, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. She draws on many years of clinical experience with the last sixteen being in her private practice, Life Resource Center in Montgomery, Alabama. Laura specializes in the resolution of grief, relationship struggles, the challenges of life transitions as well as the healing of early childhood traumas. She gives presentations, writes articles for publication and is the Manifestation Expert on Her book “The Nature of Change” is available through her website and She also hosts “Life Resource Center Solutions” on VoiceAmerica. Her show is a dialog with others offering encouragement, upliftment and information on how to become more fully alive. During her show, Laura offers tools that will assist in self-understanding for others including those who may never seek professional help. View Guest page

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Gary Zukav

Gary Zukav has impacted the lives of millions of people all over the world with books, and workshops as well as with many radio interviews and his appearances on TV shows like the Oprah Show. He challenges us all to see the depth of our potential in the world and to act on that awareness. He is the author of several New York Times Bestsellers, including “The Dancing Wu Li Masters,” “The Seat of the Soul,” “Soul Stories,” as well as the two-book series, “The Heart of the Soul” and “The Mind of the Soul,” both co-authored with Linda Francis, and also New York Times bestsellers. He and his Spiritual Partner, Linda Francis, founded The Seat of the Soul Institute, dedicated to assisting individuals in the alignment of the personality with the soul—or the creation of authentic power. Gary’s latest book is “Spiritual Partnerships: The Path to Authentic Power,” is the topic of his discussion this week on the Authentic Living Show. View Guest page

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