Being & Having Enough, Bradshaw on Reclaiming Virture and Body Healing (show 1365)

In Hour One, we have a spotlight with internationally known guitarist Robert Sequoia who previews his concert with master Cellist Michael Kott at Mikes Music Exchange at La Tienda in Eldorado, this Saturday, May 1st. Also early childhood educator and artist, Francine Foster previews her experiential event at the Santa Fe Children’s Museum on Thursday, April 29th.

Details Hour 1: Show Intro, Sponsors, Rosie’s Reading, Music Set #1, Sponsors, Spotlight: Robert Sequoia, Music Set #2, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #1, Spotlight: Francine Foster, Music Set #3, Sponsors

In Hour Two, Wayne Muller, bestselling author of several books, discussing his newest, A Life of Being, Having & Doing Enough offering some potent healing for those of us perpetually stressed by our obsessive, compulsive, materialistic culture which promotes the pursuit of money and success over authentic peace and happiness.

Details Hour Two: Featured Guest: Wayne Muller Seg. #1, Sponsors, Featured Guest: Wayne Muller Seg. #2, Sponsors, Singer Songwriter Music Set #4, Sponsors

In Hour Three, John Bradshaw, continues his TRM series based on his new book Reclaiming Virtue, and how we can develop the moral intelligence to do the right thing at the right time for the right reasons.  We also have a Spotlight with Toni Luisa Rivera, Western Training Coordinator and Senior Faculty member of Rubenfeld Synergy Training Institute previews two introductory hands on healing workshops in Santa Fe in the month of May.

Details Hour Three: Bulletin Board #2, Featured Guest: John Bradshaw Seg. #4, Music Set #5, Sponsors, Spotlight: Toni Luisa Rivera, Music Set #6, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #3, Show Close and Preview of May 2nd Show, Music Set #7

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