Archive for the New Psychology & Spirituality Category

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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Easter Fool’s Day Tribal Kibbitz, Musical Parables, Musical Soundtracks, Rosie and Rudy (TRM Show # 1766)

Apr 3rd, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, New Psychology & Spirituality, Politics & Government, Relationships & Family, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Easter Fool’s Day Tribal Kibbitz, Musical Parables, Musical Soundtracks, Rosie and Rudy (TRM Show # 1766)

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, if you are working today, we’ll give you some unexpected unasked for advice. In other words, we’ll have a little Tribal Kibbitz here about April Fool’s Day and Easter. All to the sounds of some New Mexican musicians-Amani Friend & Desert Dwellers with The Dub Sutras and Eliza Gilkyson Who gives us some advice we may not want to hear about a Man of God.
 In Segment Two, a Rosie’s Rumination to the music of Kalyani and also Ani Williams. Our Singer Songwriter Pick for the Week was specially selected for today’s Easter holiday by TRM Folk Music Director Ken Yavit bringing us a parable Stained Glass by David Schmidt.
In Segment Three, Alan’s alter sidekick, Rudy, Raps “A Funny Resurrection: Being A Resurrecting Fool” to the Shaman Drums of James Asher. Chris Chickering follows with some more encouragement for hard times with The Resurrection of Me. In the closing mix, some Jesus Christ Superstar a bit of Bob Marley live with Exodus and some other surprises.

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

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Full Interviews with Marianne Murray and Jay Dufrechou about Holotrophic Breathwork

Mar 17th, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Health & Wellness Alternatives, New Psychology & Spirituality, Personal Growth & Sacred Sexuality | Comments Off on Full Interviews with Marianne Murray and Jay Dufrechou about Holotrophic Breathwork

The Academy For The Love of Learning presents a Holotropic Breathwork™ Retreat with Marianne Murray and Jay Dufrechou, (do frah shoe) certified facilitators of Holotropic Breathwork, a transformative process inviting a gentle, profound encounter with our internal selves. Titled, “The Spirit of Exploration,” this April 5th through the 8th retreat offers a way to experience one’s self through perspectives that are uncommon in our everyday awareness. It invites discovery and exploration of our internal territory—unfamiliar aspects and parts of our selves —in a way that is new, fresh and inviting of new insight, awareness and possibility.

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Rudy Rap steeped in Reggae, courtesy of Chuck Foster. Mari Perron talks about A Course of Love and Creation of the New. John Gorka in New Mexico. (TRM Show # 1763)

Mar 6th, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Health & Wellness Alternatives, New Psychology & Spirituality, Relationships & Family, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Rudy Rap steeped in Reggae, courtesy of Chuck Foster. Mari Perron talks about A Course of Love and Creation of the New. John Gorka in New Mexico. (TRM Show # 1763)

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, Rudy raps to reggae in a piece, How is Paradise?, accompanied by the music of Chuck Foster from the Rebel Dub album.
In Segment Two
, Mari Perron speaks about her work in A Course of Love and Creation of the New.
Our Singer Songwriter Pick for the Week is John Gorka he sings of his strolls through arroyos of Northern New Mexico.
In Segment Three we get back to the Mari Perron interview.  And more reggae from
Marty Dread to send us off.

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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More poetry and music insights with Bob Sima. Exceptional work from Gaia Richards and David Crosby working with dogs to help us with PTSD. Get Together with Banana.(TRM #1761)

Mar 1st, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Health & Wellness Alternatives, New Psychology & Spirituality, Politics & Government, Relationships & Family, Suicide, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on More poetry and music insights with Bob Sima. Exceptional work from Gaia Richards and David Crosby working with dogs to help us with PTSD. Get Together with Banana.(TRM #1761)

The 2/25/2018 TRM Show #1761 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.

Free audio recordings of these events are available with a click.

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.

QUICK LINKS: In addition to the above current free event offerings, we have a valuable list of other transformational archived free events that you are welcome to explore and download. Just click on this hot link and enjoy!

Join our TRM Emailing data base for previews of upcoming Transitions MultiMedia Activities. Just go to TransitionsMultiMedia.com and Join The Love Tribe. Get sneak previews of TRM shows & your hosts activities on Facebook. While there, give us a like!

Welcome to Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) show (#1761), 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.

Segment One brings us more music and insight form Bob Sima as he continues to introduce and explain songs from his album, The Movers, The Shakers & The Peacemakers. Today, he talks about what Love is in Be Humble, Be Hungry, Be Love. Annie Guthrie goes on an Odyssey from her Dragonfly album.

In Segment Two, Gaia Richards and David Crosby highlight the exceptional work they do with dog training and human behavioral adjustments to mitigate PTSD. We’ll also preview their upcoming free (Tuesday March 6) talk about canine health, wellness, and first aid for your dog and you on both ends of the leash. Note, their complete interview, segments 1 and 2, in their entirety are before this post.

Banana AKA Lowel Levinger helps us Get Together from the album Get Together Banana Recall Youngblood Classics.

In Segment Three, Singer Songwrither Picks Johnsmith and Abbie Gardner explore some changes in the elders with Love This Growing Old and Wallflower Days. From the Power of Peace album, The Isley Brothers & Santana team up to revisit What the World Needs Now, Is Love Sweet Love

Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) Show recording button below (#1761)

 

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Full Interviews with Gaia Richards and David Crosby highlighing their dog and human training

Mar 1st, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Health & Wellness Alternatives, New Psychology & Spirituality, Relationships & Family, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Full Interviews with Gaia Richards and David Crosby highlighing their dog and human training

Interview with Gaia Richards and David Crosby regarding their exceptional work they do with dog training and human behavioral adjustments to mitigate PTSD. Buttons below for Part 1 and for Part 2

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Two hour 34th Anniversary Show Featuring Joan Baez and Ram Dass (TRM #1759)

Feb 13th, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Interview Gems, New Psychology & Spirituality, Personal Growth & Sacred Sexuality, Politics & Government, Relationships & Family, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Two hour 34th Anniversary Show Featuring Joan Baez and Ram Dass (TRM #1759)

The 2/18/2018 TRM Show #1759 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:

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.

Free audio recordings of these events are available with a click.

Here’s a favorite presenter and former TRM guest, of an important, FREE online event, Ram Das offering, Freedom from Anger, Fear & Separateness: How to Transform Suffering & Befriend Your Difficult Emotions.

Gods in Every Woman (and Man), Jean Shinoda Bolen introduces specific male archetypes which can nourish you spiritually, professionally, and creatively.

The New Human Story: Awakening Your Evolutionary Potential for Self-healing, Longevity & Super-perception from Gregg Braden.

QUICK LINKS: In addition to the above current free event offerings, we have a valuable list of other transformational archived free events that you are welcome to explore and download. Just click on this hot link and enjoy!

Join our TRM Emailing data base for previews of upcoming Transitions MultiMedia Activities. Just go to TransitionsMultiMedia.com and Join The Love Tribe. Get sneak previews of TRM shows & your hosts activities on Facebook. While there, give us a like!

Welcome to Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) show (#1759), 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, To celebrate this anniversary show, a Rosie’s reading casts a spell accented by the Vangelis track “Heaven and Hell” …which began everything back in February of 1984 launching our broadcast of what was then called Cosmosis. We segue into “Prayer to Rudra” from Krishna Das, an example of some of the earlier visionary chanting…back when. Then on to Music from a Painted Cave a breakaway album for Robert Mirabal. Here we feature “The Dance.”
In segment two, Jon and Alan invite you to the Bee Corps concert, as well as, launching a new feature, “Jon’s Journey” this one on how he came to Santa Fe and his first Cosmosis. That bridges to segment two and out of the ‘80s in ‘90s with some calypso from David Rudder. Ken Yavit joined us as Folk Music Director in 2003. He joins us to look back at “God’s Poet Now” from Erik Balkey and Infamous Angel Iris DeMent wants to “Let The Mystery Be.” God’s Poet is Dave Carter and Ken has resurrected Dave, along with wife Tracey Grammer, singing “The Mountain.”
In segment three, we feature gem archived interviews with Ram Dass and Joan Baez. Ram Dass also puts on a far out rant to music, titled “Spacesuit for Earth.”  Joan Baez lays it all out in “Diamonds and Rust.”                                                                                                                                                                                 In segment four, we go longer and higher with a Rosie Rumination accompanied by our first Dueter track, while Bob Sima implores us to “Be Humble, Be Hungry, Be Love.” Rudy Raps with an “Ode to TRM: How Odd Our God,”to the Drum Distillery music of James Asher and Arthur Hull.  With Leonard Cohen’s help, “Democracy” is coming soon. David Wilcox teaches us  to “Show the Way.” Many have moved on during these past decades, among them is Santa Fe Community Yoga founder Michael Hoppe. We bring a tribute from his memorial from Round Mountain with “Miatreya.”

 

 

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