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New Dimensions

Wisdom Radio

New Dimensions explores the emerging possibilities for global transformation. Informed by an expanding awareness of the interconnectedness of all life, and the potential available through creative insights, innovative thinking, cross-cultural traditions and the human spirit, it is an original and powerful forum for inspired and inspiring voices and views on a wide range of timely and timeless topics.

New Dimensions explores the emerging possibilities for global transformation. Informed by an expanding awareness of the interconnectedness of all life, and the potential available through creative insights, innovative thinking, cross-cultural traditions and the human spirit, it is an original and powerful forum for inspired and inspiring voices and views on a wide range of timely and timeless topics.
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Santa Rosa, CA

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Wisdom Radio

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New Dimensions explores the emerging possibilities for global transformation. Informed by an expanding awareness of the interconnectedness of all life, and the potential available through creative insights, innovative thinking, cross-cultural traditions and the human spirit, it is an original and powerful forum for inspired and inspiring voices and views on a wide range of timely and timeless topics.

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P.O. Box 7847 Santa Rosa, California 95407 415-786-9979


Episodes

Developing our “Superpower” of Connecting with Others - Jonathan Robinson - ND3647

11/21/2018
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Jonathan Robinson helps us discover how we may be become more effective communicators to create more empathy, intimacy, and understanding in all our relationships. One of the keys to fostering deep trust and intimacy is asking questions while being vulnerable enough to openly share details of what we are thinking and feeling. The techniques and stories Robinson shares here are like sacred medicine. Robinson is the author of many books including Life’s Big Questions: 200 Ways to Explore Your...

Duration:00:57:12

Taking a Vow for Humanity & the Earth - Matthew Fox, Skylar Wilson, Jennifer Listug - ND3656

11/14/2018
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Fox, Wilson, and Listug share the vision of a co-creative “Order of the Sacred Earth (OSE)” as an antidote to the many negative forces that surround us. Many people are forming “pods” and joining this order by creating rituals, taking the vow “I promise to be the best lover and defender of Earth I can be,” and connecting with one another through a hub website. Fr. Mathew Fox is a wisdom elder, a theologian, an Episcopal priest, and author of 35 books on spiritualty and culture, including...

Duration:00:57:12

Removing The Emotional Hooks Of Conflict - Stewart Levine - ND3335

11/7/2018
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Attorney Stewart Levine loved the legal profession because of the ideals it represented. But when he realized the practice of law rarely allowed him to consider human values along with property values, he took down his shingle and became an expert in resolving conflicts in a way that preserves relationships as well as legal rights. He is the author of Getting to Resolution: Turning Conflict into Collaboration (2nd edition, revised & expanded, Berrett-Koehler 2009). Tags: Stewart Levine,...

Duration:00:57:12

Meditation-The Gardening of the Heart - Gary Gach - ND3649

10/31/2018
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Gary Gach is a lifelong meditator. He’s been an actor, bookshop clerk, dishwasher, hospital administrator, office temp, stevedore, teacher, and typographer. He points us toward increasing our mindfulness by drawing on our formal meditation throughout the day. He brings to light that being fully present in our daily life will help us keep our appointment with life, which leads us to live a more purposeful, meaningful life. Tags: Gary Gach, Thich Nhat Hanh, mindfulness, smile, breathe,...

Duration:00:57:12

Rebooting Our Innate Briliance - Arjuna Ardagh - ND3654

10/24/2018
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We all have an innate brilliance. Here Ardagh shows a path in which we can make the expression of our innate brilliance more predictable, less of a random accident and more of a probability. He demonstrates how we are capable of greatness and must snap out of our trance of self-indulgence to serve the greater good in these threshold times. Arjuna Ardagh is a writer, public speaker and founder of the Awakening Coaching Training in Nevada City, California. His books include The Translucent...

Duration:00:57:12

Balancing Our Charkra Systems for Emotional and Spiritual Healing - Anodea Judith - ND3653

10/17/2018
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Anodea Judith substitutes the word “charge” for energy. “Charge” as it relates to our life-force energy can be blocked or be freely flowing. It also relates to our chakra system, which comprises the organizational centers in the body. Here she takes us through the seven chakra centers and how we can work more effectively with them. Tags: Anodea Judith, chakras, habits, beliefs, trauma, awareness, consciousness, brain, positive charge, negative charge, seven centers of the chakra system,...

Duration:00:57:12

Loving Without Limits - Guy Finley - ND3651

10/9/2018
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Guy Finley is the founder and Director of the Life of Learning Foundation. He explores deescalating painful disagreements and fights in our relationships and gives us tools to transform anger and blame into healthy and fulfilling communication. He shows us a way to stop old, negative patterns in their tracks and leads us into a landscape in which we can deepen the loving bond between ourselves and our partners. He is the author of many books including The Secret of Letting Go (Llewellyn...

Duration:00:57:12

Creating the New Dream and the New Fuure of the Earth - Elisabet Sahtouris - ND3417

10/2/2018
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Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. is an internationally acclaimed evolution biologist and futurist. She is optimistic about the future and points to biology saying, “Life gets creative in a time of crisis.” She explains how the survival of bacteria, which have been on the planet for over four billion years, has given us a model of how we may evolve into a mature species. She’s co-author, with the late Willis Harman, of Biology Revisioned. Her books include: Earth Dance: Living Systems in Evolution...

Duration:00:57:12

Transforming Our Relationship with Chronic Pain - Sarah Anne Shockley - ND3648

9/25/2018
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When pain takes up residence in our lives there is no one-size-fits-all solution, no quick fix. Shockley has lived with pain over a long period of time and she can attest to the fact that when we create a new relationship with our bodies, our emotions, our minds, and our spirits, our healing can truly unfold. She is the author of The Pain Companion: Everyday Wisdom for Living with and Moving Beyond Chronic Pain (New World Library 2018) Tags: Sarah Anne Shockley, TOS, Thoracic Outlet...

Duration:00:57:12

Sekhmet, The Egyptian Goddess Of “Enough Is Enough” - Nicki Scully - ND3624

9/18/2018
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The Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet is known as “She Who Comes in Times of Chaos.” She transforms fear and rage into alchemical gold. Whether this is actual or metaphorical, Scully teaches us how to tap into these healing energies and spin them into creative solutions that benefit yourself, your community, and the planet. Nicki Scully has been teaching shamanic arts and Egyptian mysteries since 1983 and is the founder of Shamanic Journeys, Ltd., which specializes in spiritual tours to sacred sites...

Duration:00:57:12

Self-Discovery Through Photography - David Ulrich - ND3646

9/11/2018
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Thanks to cell phones, photography is now the great democratic medium, one of the most important means of communication of the 21st century. This is a new order, in which images are made, seen, and shared immediately and globally without curation or censoring by editors or governments. We can participate in shaping the reality of this order. David Ulrich is a college level professor and co-director of the Pacific New Media Foundation in Honolulu, Hawaii. His photographs have been exhibited...

Duration:00:57:12

Dreams-Messengers Of Wisdom - Anne Scott - ND3411

9/4/2018
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Anne Scott, the founder of Dream Weather Foundation, gives guidance as to how to tap into the wisdom that speaks to us through our dreams, how to interpret them, and how to start a dream circle of your own. She is the author of Serving Fire: Food for Thought, Body, and Soul (Celestial Arts 1994), The Laughing Baby (Celestial Arts 2001) and Women, Wisdom, and Dreams: The Light of the Feminine Soul (Nicasio Press 2008) Tags: Anne Scott, dream, dreams, longing, circles, feminine principle,...

Duration:00:57:12

The Doorway To Being Present To Life - Richard Moss, M.D. - ND3401

8/28/2018
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Moss says that there are two basic mistakes we make in this stage of the evolution of consciousness: We identify with our thoughts and we flee from our feelings. He gives specific instructions on how to examine our thoughts to identify stories we tell ourselves, and he makes a distinction between feelings and emotions. Tags: Richard Moss, presence, ego, story, awareness, contraction, dark feelings, shadow, continuum of feeling, practice focused spacious awareness, Personal Growth

Duration:00:57:12

Getting Dirty-The Joy Of Growing Food In Your Own Backyard - Rachel Kaplan - ND3408

8/22/2018
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Rachel Kaplan describes the Urban Homesteading Movement as a food movement, but also a movement of people, who are about conservation of energy, water, and waste. It is a movement of learning to live with less impact on the earth, and with a greater sense of what it means to be part of the place where we live, and to be thinking ecologically. Tags: Rachel Kaplan, compost, composting, gardening, garden, earth worms, dirt, water, composting toilets, chickens, natural building,...

Duration:00:57:12

The Spiritual Power Of Heartbreak - Susan Piver - ND3341

8/14/2018
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Susan Piver knows the joy of loving, the devastating groundlessness of betrayal, and the deep crushing loss when love goes away. But she also knows how to turn that trauma into something sacred, to learn the truth of who and what is most valuable in your life. She shows us how to gain authority over our pain and release its hold. Tags: Susan Piver, Intimacy, Heartbreak, Loss, Practice of Tranquility, Practice of Loving Kindness, Betrayal, Love, Personal Transformation, Meditation,...

Duration:00:57:12

Sacred Knowledge From The Indigenous Wisdom Of Hawaii - Hank Wesselman, Ph.D. - ND3400

8/7/2018
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Wesselman shares the spiritual knowledge he gathered from working with the late Hale Makua, a revered Hawaiian Kahuna wisdom keeper. Included are insights such as: the 3 directives of a spiritual warrior, the 7 life roles and how they are expressed in both positive and negative forms, the difference between a shaman and a medicine person, and the ancestral grand plan. Tags: Hank Wesselman, shamanism, Hale Makua, shaman, kahuna, transpersonal, medicine people, Pele, Aloha, Kapus, Ancestral...

Duration:00:57:12

Joy and Happiness Are an Inside Job - James Baraz - ND3377

7/31/2018
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Life is not a destination; it is a fluid movement. It takes practice to overcome the daily stresses that make us dense, concretized, and armored. Baraz gives us many steps that we can take to help life move through us as a blessing, and shares several simple but effective meditations to help each of us be more present and more joyful in our life. Tags: James Baraz, Mindfulness, Happiness, Joy, "The Kumbaya Factor", Breathe, Intention, Compassion, Storytelling, Caring, Gladness,...

Duration:00:57:12

An Awakened, Undefended and Intelligent Heart - Terry Patten - ND3645

7/24/2018
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In the midst of our present polarization and alienation from one another, Patten exhorts us to understand that “we are in this lifeboat together and the fiercest thing we can do is to say, I’m living in a new republic of the heart. I’m a revolutionary. You are not going to separate yourself from me. I refuse to be in separation from you.” Tags: Terry Patten, York Center Community Co-op, Church of the Brethren, Adi Da Samraj, Integral Institute, despair, climate change, overshoot, activism,...

Duration:00:57:12

Finding Our Sacred Kinship - Mark Nepo - ND3640

7/17/2018
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This deep dialogue explores the importance of community and how we can cultivate connectedness with others. Nepo speaks of two tribes: one that fears the differences in people and one that welcomes what can be learned by those differences. He gives advice as to how to keep our hearts open beyond our own opinions and how to tap into our innate nature of kindness. Tags: Mark Nepo, Irvin Laszlo, heart cells, Chinese philosopher Mencius, kinship, Emile Durkheim, technology, Howard Zinn, Paris...

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Living More Mindfully With Digital Technology - Claudia L'Amoreaux - ND3643

7/10/2018
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Studies show that humans are becoming more and more an “indoor species.” We are living in a culture that is hooked up to digital media 24/7. This deep dialogue with L’Amoreaux addresses how to mindfully navigate this technologically saturated environment. Having family conversations about values and how to be better informed about the technology we’re using is the first step. Tags: Claudia L’Amoreaux, Siggraph, computer graphics, cell phones, Oxford Junior Dictionary, digital searches, Eli...

Duration:00:57:12