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Gathering for Humanity interviews from our four guests: Matthew Reifslager, Mingtong Gu, Flordemayo, Timothy P. McLaughlin (TRM Podcast #1767)

Apr 7th, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Ecology & The Environment, Health & Wellness Alternatives, Leading Edge Perspectives on Science, New Paradigms in Socially-Responsible Business, New Psychology & Spirituality, Personal Growth & Sacred Sexuality, Relationships & Family, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Gathering for Humanity interviews from our four guests: Matthew Reifslager, Mingtong Gu, Flordemayo, Timothy P. McLaughlin (TRM Podcast #1767)

Gathering for Humanity  Link to the schedule and registration.

Matthew Reifslager Home Page

Flordemayo The Path

Chi Center Home Page

Timothy P. McLaughlin Home Page

 

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Full Gregg Braden Interviews on his new book “Human By Design: From Evolution by Chance to Transformation by Choice” (TRM Podcast #1767)

Apr 7th, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Ecology & The Environment, Health & Wellness Alternatives, Leading Edge Perspectives on Science, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Full Gregg Braden Interviews on his new book “Human By Design: From Evolution by Chance to Transformation by Choice” (TRM Podcast #1767)

New interviews with Santa Fe resident Gregg Braden, New York Times best selling author. We captured him fresh from his journey to the Middle East to talk about his new book Human By Design: From Evolution by Chance to Transformation by Choice.

Check out the six segments below.

 

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Alan reads from Dying To Know You, Matthew Reifslager on the Gathering for Humanity, new Gregg Braden interviews (TRM Show #1767)

Apr 3rd, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Ecology & The Environment, Health & Wellness Alternatives, Leading Edge Perspectives on Science, Politics & Government, Relationships & Family, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Alan reads from Dying To Know You, Matthew Reifslager on the Gathering for Humanity, new Gregg Braden interviews (TRM Show #1767)

In Segment One, Alan brings a reading from author Phyllis – P.M.H. Atwater, from her Dying To Know You – Proof of God in the Near-Death Experience book, all to the strains of a Peter Buffett track “I-90.” Our guest segments begin with Matthew Reifslager – Founder of The Wholeness Crystal Earth Project and also a guiding light for the upcoming Gathering for Humanity, Awaken Through the Seeds of Knowledge & Wisdom

We launch Segment Two, with the first interviews with New York Times best selling author and Santa Fe resident Gregg Braden. We captured him fresh from his journey to the Middle East to talk about his new book Human By Design: From Evolution by Chance to Transformation by Choice. Our Songwriter Pick for the Week features John McCutcheon in a powerful tune “The Machine” from his new album ghost light.

In Segment Three, Gregg Braden returns for a second segment of our interview series. Then, we go Into Trees from Martha Reich with “Buddha blue.” Ricky Lee Jones needs to, “Tell Somebody.”  “I Remember America,” with Dave Crossland.

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Prayers for Miten, “Essential Kundalini Yoga”with Dharm Khalsa, Tracy Grammer new album, AO Music (TRM Show #1765)

Mar 22nd, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Ecology & The Environment, Health & Wellness Alternatives, Personal Growth & Sacred Sexuality, Politics & Government, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Prayers for Miten, “Essential Kundalini Yoga”with Dharm Khalsa, Tracy Grammer new album, AO Music (TRM Show #1765)

Your TRM team invites you to the following new free online events:

Mayan Calendar

Finding Treasure in the Shadow

The Plant Medicine Summit

Dancing with Your Feminine Fire

Discover the Art of Face Reading with Jean Haner

7 Keys to Awakening Your Kundalini with Raja Choudhury

Writing to Discover Your True Gifts with Mark Matousek

It’s all free. Just go to our website, transradio.com, Tuesday afternoon, and click on the hot link for the free event of your choice.

In Segment One, we begin with Rudy’s new feature Where is the Love? Followed by Mitten of Deva Premal and Mitten as he recovers from open heart surgery. As you listen to him, send them both love.
In Segment Two, We join Dharm Khalsa talking about his new book, “Essential Kundalini Yoga” a masterful guide including beautiful illustrated poses with co-author, Karena Virginia. Dharm, a local resident, teacher of this form of yoga for some 38 years is really fun to listen to. Also, our Singer Songwriter Pick for the Week is Tracy Grammer featuring a track “Hole” from her debut solo album “Low Tide.”
In Segment Three,more Dharm Khalsa as well as music from AO Music with “Love Knows the Way” and to run you into the 11th hour, Not Brian Williams but Bruce Cockburn and “Soul Of A Man.”

Full TRM Show Podcast is below. Just hit the button to open.

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A Visit to Guthrieville with Arlo and Willie, Holotropic Breathwork, Pearl and Iris (TRM Show # 1764)

Mar 20th, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Ecology & The Environment, Health & Wellness Alternatives, Personal Growth & Sacred Sexuality, Politics & Government, Relationships & Family, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on A Visit to Guthrieville with Arlo and Willie, Holotropic Breathwork, Pearl and Iris (TRM Show # 1764)

Your TRM team invites you to the following new free online events:
Mayan Calendar

Finding Treasure in the Shadow 

The Plant Medicine Summit

Dancing with Your Feminine Fire

Discover the Art of Face Reading with Jean Haner

7 Keys to Awakening Your Kundalini with Raja Choudhury

Writing to Discover Your True Gifts with Mark Matousek

It’s all free. Just go to our website, transradio.com, Tuesday afternoon, and click on the hot link for the free event of your choice.

In Segment One, a tribute to three generations of Guthries to celebrate our friend Arlo Guthrie’s concert in Santa Fe this week. He gives us a global lesson in geography.
In Segment Two, we begin our interviews of Marianne Murray and Jay Dufescheau about their upcoming Holotropic Breathwork event at the Academy of the Love of Learning. Also, our Singer Songwriter Pick for the Week is John Gorka with The Ballad of Iris and Pearl.
In Segment Three, more heavy Holotropic breathing with Marianne and Jay. Gotta question for you. What do you get when you combine the families of Willie Nelson and Arlo Guthrie in the studio? Folk Uke!

Podcast button below.

 

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Rosie Reading and a Two-Part interview with Alan Webber to help get you to the polls to vote. (TRM Show #1762)

Mar 3rd, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Ecology & The Environment, Health & Wellness Alternatives, Leading Edge Perspectives on Science, New Paradigms in Socially-Responsible Business, Personal Growth & Sacred Sexuality, Politics & Government, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Rosie Reading and a Two-Part interview with Alan Webber to help get you to the polls to vote. (TRM Show #1762)

Your TRM team invites you to the following new free online events:

Finding Treasure in the Shadow with Tim Kelley: Why working with your shadow has a profound impact on your relationships and ultimately on the collective.

Discover the Art of Face Reading with Jean Haner

7 Keys to Awakening Your Kundalini with Raja Choudhury

Writing to Discover Your True Gifts with Mark Matousek

It’s all free. Just go to our website, transradio.com, Tuesday afternoon, and click on the hot link for the free event of your choice.

In Segment One, Rosie reads to the keyboard work of Michael Whalen on Heart So Filled With Joy…additional music from the album A Thousand Cups of Tea we hear Bob Sima’s I Am the One.
In Segment Two
, Alan and Jon interview the next Mayor of the City Different –Alan Webber. We go in depth in two parts now. But, the whole interview is already loaded on to the TRM website below. This interview should wet your appetite.
In Segment Three we feature our Singer Songwriter Pick for the week–John McCutcheon—singing Waiting for the Rain from his Ghost Light album.  And, Part Two of the Alan Webber interview.

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Full Interview With Alan Webber – Reason For Endorsement As Mayor Of Santa Fe – (TRM Podcast #1762)

Mar 3rd, 2018 Posted in Ecology & The Environment, Health & Wellness Alternatives, New Paradigms in Socially-Responsible Business, New Psychology & Spirituality, Politics & Government, Relationships & Family, Technology & The Arts, TRM Shows | Comments Off on Full Interview With Alan Webber – Reason For Endorsement As Mayor Of Santa Fe – (TRM Podcast #1762)

Alan Hutner and Jon Whitsell interview and converse with Alan Webber exploring his qualifications and vision as Mayor of Santa Fe: The City Different could become a model city for the U.S. and globally. In 5 segments below, Alan discusses concepts of unity in economics, health and wellness, social justice, housing, education, and sustainability.

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In depth with Bob Sima and his new album. Rosie’s Reading and a Lunar New Year moment. (TRM Show #1760)

Feb 21st, 2018 Posted in Ecology & The Environment, Uncategorized | Comments Off on In depth with Bob Sima and his new album. Rosie’s Reading and a Lunar New Year moment. (TRM Show #1760)

The 2/18/2018 TRM Show #1760 post is below these current Free TeleWeb Events. Scroll down to the next green box for today’s TRM show description and audio.


Enjoy our TRM endorsed Free TeleWeb Events: As you may know, your Transitions Radio Magazine team often invites you to different free online events with a variety of experts and presenters in their field. Try these, new free events:

With Mingtong Gu in Qigong Steps, experience healing sounds and movements designed to renew the organ systems that support your immune system. Also discover specific movements to release the stress from your day as well as cumulative stress from your past and how to start your own daily personal Qigong practice.

In Dreaming with the Bear with Robert Moss, learn to view the animal guides of indigenous cultures as “animal doctors” that can visit you in your dreams and guide you in healing and other pursuits as well as how to claim your nightmares as sources of your own power.

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The 7 Keys to Manifesting Through Your Chakras Anodea Judith shows how the chakras provide a step-by-step plan for manifesting dreams both large and small, also grounding practices, which are the key to turning your visions into reality and seeing that obstacles are actually stepping stones to your success.

Keys to Herbal Healing Holly Bellebuono teaches simple, yet unusual, ways to include medicinal herbs in your daily life for your nourishment, health, and healing; along with ways to grow your skills and deepen your confidence in using herbs to support your health and that of your family and/or clients.

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Welcome to Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) show (#1760), the Voices and Music of Presence; as always, presenting resources for change and music for a changing world. Thank you for meeting up with us again.
In Segment One, a Rosie Readings to the strains of AeTopus the track— “Others.” And, an “Opening to Freedom” from Byron Metcalf & Jennifer Grais. Bill Miller witnesses  the challenges with “Ever Mountain I Climb.”
In Segment Two and Three, Alan joins us with Bob Sima guest and music.
They introduce songs from his album, “The Movers, The Shakers, The Peacemakers.” We’ll relay Ken Yavit’s Singer Songwriter Pick of the Week featuring Abbie Gardner’s “My Darkness.” Chris Chickering reminds us, “It’s a Good Day for Rain.” ..or snow.

Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) Show recording button below (#1760)

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