Conscious Media Network
Season 5 . 41 Episodes

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S5:Ep2, Jean Houston on our Personal Mythology (Preview)
Episode 1
46 mins
Alan Wallace is the president and founder of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies, and teaches Buddhist philosophy and meditation worldwide. In this interview Alan talks about Happiness, from the International Conference on Happiness.
Episode 2
49 mins
In this candid interview Jean Houston shares her most profound moments of awakening and her depths of humiliation that came from a working relationship with Hilary Clinton.
Episode 3
41 mins
For astrologer, scholar and author Rick Levine, the cycles of the cosmos speak more deeply than the simple predictions made by many astrologers. He even goes so far as to say that predictions themselves help to manifest reality, which is not the purpose of astrology.
Episode 4
41 mins
For the past six years, Don Miguel Jr. has applied the lessons learned from his father and grandmother to define and enjoy his own personal freedom while achieving peace with all of creation.
Episode 5
45 mins
Donna Eden has been teaching people for 25 years to, methodically and with precision, direct their energies for health and happiness, using methods akin to acupressure, therapeutic touch, and qi gong.
Episode 7
25 mins
In 1989, as a scholar on the subjects of Western Psychology and Philosophy, Dr. Owen Flanagan was selected to educate the Dalai Lama on the nature of emotions in the West. In this interview he discusses the history of the of the concept of happiness.
Episode 8
25 mins
When clairvoyant Robert Perala was young he had visitations and saw dead people. As he matured, he began to understand a much deeper context for these experiences, which hurdled him into a lifelong search for the truth behind extraterrestrial presence.
Episode 9
35 mins
Author and investigative mythologist William Henry discusses stargates - what they are, their history, and how they work.
Episode 10
39 mins
Pamela Cayton, founder of the UCWP Essential Education pilot school, Tara Redwood, in Santa Cruz, California, discusses Universal Wisdom Education, her inspiration for its development and where she would like to take it.
Episode 11
20 mins
Dr. David Spiegel, Medical Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, discusses the stress indicators that foretell the development of cancer.
Episode 13
45 mins
Certified hypnotherapist, regression therapist and crop circle researcher Barbara Lamb discusses alien visitations and how people deal with them. She also talks about John Mack and their joint study of crop circles.
Episode 15
40 mins
Dr. Eva Selhub discusses her path to understanding the important connections between mind and body through the emotions.
Episode 16
58 mins
Charlotte Gerson, daughter of famed naturalist physician Dr. Max Gerson, discusses the history of the suppression of natural cancer treatments and the science of detoxifying the body and allowing its own healing capabilities to do the rest.
Episode 17
53 mins
Dr. Leonard Laskow discusses the profound experiences that changed his approach to medicine.
Episode 18
41 mins
Dr. Robert Milne discusses pain and pain management.
Episode 21
42 mins
In this fascinating interview, harpist and sound therapist Ani Williams discusses sound and healing.
Episode 22
57 mins
Stephen Lewis, creator of the AIM (all inclusive method) Program, discusses the life force (qi) of the country, and what he sees happening to it.
Episode 23
50 mins
Sangduen Chailert, known as Lek (which means small in her native dialect), relates her story and discusses her passionate quest to provide sanctuary for elephants who have suffered a lifetime of abuse and harsh working conditions.
Episode 24
24 mins
Azim Kamisa discusses the power of forgiveness, even over the loss of a child.
Episode 25
34 mins
Throughout his medical career, doctor and author of The Power of Premonitions, Larry Dossey has been intrigued by premonition. His own experience with precognition began when he was fresh out of medical school.
Episode 26
50 mins
Michael Tsarion discusses his belief that history as as we know it omits proofs that the highly advanced Egyptian civilization move west, to Britain, and that prior to that, the the ancient Druids moved to Egypt.
Episode 27
40 mins
Tony Redhouse grew up learning the ways of his ancestors. This proved to have its benefits and its burdens. Today, Tony uses his energies to healing others, including women with addictions, through his Native American arts and music.
Episode 28
30 mins
Dean Radin discusses quantum theory and his work on entangled minds.
Episode 29
30 mins
Dr. Lee Lipsenthal discusses the stresses of being a doctor in the modern medical system and how we, as patients, might benefit from knowing what kind of person is sitting across the consulting table from us on our next visit.
Episode 30
49 mins
Thom Rogers discusses Scalar Waves (invisible information systems), the means by which the Quantum Field can be programmed.
Episode 31
49 mins
In this, the second part of a two-part interview with Michael Tsarion on the Irish Origins of Civilization, he continues to discuss his belief that history as as we know it omits proofs that the highly advanced Egyptian civilization moved west, to Britain, and that prior to that the ancient Druids moved to Egypt.
Episode 32
41 mins
Dr. Dean Shrock discusses why feeling heard, cared for and supported is perhaps the most potent healer of all.
Episode 33
50 mins
Diane Goble discusses how, as a young woman, she died and was shown the purpose of incarnation here on Earth.
Episode 34
48 mins
James DeMeo, founder and director of research at the Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory, discusses the career and research of Wilhelm Reich, an Austrian-American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, known as one of the most radical figures in the history of psychiatry.
Episode 35
35 mins
Steve Sisgold discusses what happens when our words say one thing and our body language says something else, and why that happens.
Episode 36
1 hr 15 mins
This is a video and picture enhanced version of a radio interview with Dr. Judy Wood on the anniversary of 9/11.
Episode 37
54 mins
Bruce Lipton, author of Spontaneous Evolution, looks at the evolution of the species as a whole. If each of us is a community of trillions of cells, how do we respond to the stimuli of our time as a global community? Dr. Lipton gives a precise overview of his work on this subject.
Episode 38
31 mins
In this first of a two-part interview, Nassim Haramein discusses the acceptance of his work by mainstream physics, how all of life comes from nothing and how this knowledge affects the understanding of our world, from the smallest particle of every cell to the universes beyond our space time continuum.
Episode 39
43 mins
After Danny’s death he began communicating with his mother, Terri Daniel, in a language that was fluent, insightful, inspired and eloquent. Danny’s message is filled with profound spiritual wisdom and provides clear answers to some of life’s trickiest spiritual questions.
Episode 40
30 mins
In this second of a two-part interview, Nassim Haramein discusses the application of technologies, beginning in Lemuria.
Episode 41
50 mins
Sonia Barrett, author of The Holographic Canvas: The Fusing of Mind and Matter, discusses how we create our reality, extend our time on Earth, and much more. Join this fascinating ride into the nature of perception.
Episode 42
46 mins
William Henry discusses how the U.S. Capitol was intended as a sacred space, a temple for the people.
Episode 43
47 mins
Cafe owner and activist Judy Wicks discusses what prompted her first act of civil disobedience, and her passion for protecting communities and small businesses from corporate takeovers.
Episode 44
38 mins
Tom Greco, author of The End of Money and the Future of Civilization, discusses complimentary currencies and exchange systems.
Episode 45
59 mins
Steven Hairfield discuss the 12 sacred principles of karma and how western-influenced people can better understand and apply them.
Episode 46
46 mins
For thirty-one years Kenny Johnson’s most fervent desire was to hear his name “ringing in the streets” as a hustler, thief, and pimp. While behind prison walls, Kenny experienced a spiritual awakening so profound that it transformed his very field of consciousness.