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Life is Unscripted! Life Unscripted with Betsy Chasse explores everything from Channels to Taoism, from Ancient Mysticism to Modern Day Mystics, Soccer Moms to Politicians, Authors, filmmakers, poets and interruptive dance (Okay, maybe not interpretive dance, which is tough for radio). Our show is about everyday people living and exploring life, and its meaning purpose. Betsy’s goal is to explain the mystery without losing the magic, to forge a spiritual path, a life path that inspires, excites and gives you a good laugh along the way. Betsy is insightful and often irreverent in her quest to dispel life’s myths about the how to’s and should do’s and inspire you to live your most purposeful and adventurous life.
First and foremost I am a mom with two wonderful kids, Elora and Max. They are the light of my life and my world revolves around them! We love to garden, paint, create and cause as much of a rumpus as we can together.
I’m a filmmaker. You may have seen my film “What The Bleep Do We Know?!” I was a co-creator of the film, credited with co-writing, co-directing and producing. I was also a big part of the film’s distribution.
In 2014 I was honored to be a producer on the film Song of The New Earth, a beautiful and I do say fun film about the power of sound featuring Tom Kenyon. I also produced a very powerful documentary, “Pregnant In America,” which examines the bleak state of natural childbirth in the U.S. This is a subject close to my heart since because things are so bad in the States I elected to go to Canada to give birth to my son.
I am also the author of “Metanoia: A Tranformational Change of Heart,” “TIPPING SACRED COWS” and the co-author of “What The Bleep Do We Know: Discovering the Endless Possibilities for Altering Your Everyday Reality,” a companion book to the film. My latest book “It Came out of my Vagina, Now What?!” is a hilarious and honest look at parenting, written with Debbie Spector Weisman and guest authors from around the world.
What I really am is a person trying to make sense of life, exploring all the possibilities, evolving, changing, listening and being in this amazing reality we have all created together.