Addiction, depression and anxiety are unfortunately hot topics, and so its friend called loneliness. Hear with me to shine a light on changing perceptions and wellbeing in America is Columbia University doctoral candidate, Micheline Anderson. This is an important conversation you don't want to miss!
Ever listen to words that make you feel full of awe and have you thinking about them for days? This week we're taken on a magic carpet ride of creativity and personal artistry with poet, writer, creative conduit and priestess, Alana Saab. Strap in for this one, wordsmith alchemy awaits!
Do you meditate or do you medicate? Do you hide from yourself or do you want to come home to yourself? Here's my thoughts on the power of meditation, depression and medication numbs and fools you, and your opportunity to break free.
Courtney Cooke takes us backstage in this episode into dimensions beyond our senses. Take a trip into her world of accessing past, present and future information and wisdom, while she melts my technology in the process! There are psychics and then there's Courtney Cooke, spiritual healer, Akashic Record reader...and alien medium:)
In this episode, Miracle Worker, Joe'l Adifon talks about the power and possibility of working with Spirit, miracles he's performed on people, and how each one of us has the capacity for miraculous healing in our own lives. Joe'l also discusses the shamanic impact his African lineage has played in his development, and shares his singing and conscious rapping talents live in the studio!
7 minute submission to On Air Fest - this is a sample of the multi-model elements we are adding to the show moving forward. Enjoy a mixture of meditation, musical mantra, a short story read by Alana Saab followed by a conversation about her creative process.
In this episode, singer and Clinical Psychology Master's student at Columbia University, Tianna Soto, discusses her sacred relationship to music and how it has impacted her life and how it relates to her spirituality. Tianna also shows off her amazing voice and delivers a beautiful live performance in the studio.
In this episode, Breath For Change co-founder, growth guru and Clinical Psychology Master's student at Columbia University, Sam Levine, talks about navigating challenges in your twenties, harnessing the power of empathy and the power of peak states.
In this episode, storyteller, artist and poet, and Clinical Psychology Master's student at Columbia, Haile Bennett talks about her transformational experience in Ghana and integrating those spiritual experiences back in the U.S as woman of color, what she's learned from grief and the importance of self-care.
In this episode, shamanic practitioner, healer and Clinical Psychology Master's student at Columbia University, Tatum Ali Barnes, talks about growing up with a stay at home dad and how that influenced his masculinity, shamanism and neo-indigenous wisdom, and shifting the educational paradigm with today's youth.