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Season 6 . 45 Episodes

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S6:E1, Rick Hanson on Buddha’s Brain (Preview)
Episode 1
54 mins
Neurophysiologist Rick Hanson, co-author of Buddha’s Brain, tells us that neuroscience can help us understand what’s happening in a brain when it is in a desired state so that we can work backward and figure out how to use the mind—not drugs—to stimulate and strengthen the underlying neural states that promote that mental state.
Episode 2
36 mins
Philosopher and author Timothy Freke discusses embracing all of our parts in the journey back to our true selves.
Episode 3
49 mins
Dr. David Daniels is a clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Stanford Medical School and believes the Enneagram is one of the most powerful tools to help heal our relationship with ourselves and others.
Episode 4
41 mins
Musician Stephanie Rearick discusses the practical aspects of Time Banking, a system of barter that trades one hour of time for one hour of time, regardless of skill or profession. Time Banking is based on the philosophy that communities work better when all contributions are valued, regardless of the type of work.
Episode 5
58 mins
In a much awaited follow up interview with Gregg Braden, Regina discusses his vision of 2012 and the next great cycle from the perspective of Fractal Time, the title of Gregg’s latest book.
Episode 6
1 hr 20 mins
With all of the grand events that seem to be playing out across the world, we met up once again with Jessica Murray, to see how the stars point to the opportunities embedded within the challenges.
Episode 7
46 mins
Shaikh Kabir Helminski was the first westerner recognized as a Shaikh, or elder in the Mevlevi Order of Sufism. He explains that, among other things, Sufism has been at the heart of Islam, but has been marginalized by extremism.
Episode 8
38 mins
Ellen Brown explains the seeds of the current economic situation and why the system must be changed if we are to create a sustainable peaceful economy. In this interview she talks extensively on money and what is needed to end the Federal Reserve.
Episode 9
57 mins
Chris Martenson is not an economist! He is trained as a scientist, having completed both a PhD and a post-doctoral program at Duke University, where he specialized in neurotoxicology. His extensive training as a scientist informs and guides how he thinks on economics, energy, and the environment.
Episode 10
45 mins
Chris Spheeris says we were born to create. He makes a life of creating. Aside from selling more than a million CDs and winning awards for his music, Chris creates something new every day, from photography, gardening and poetry, to fixing old clocks
Episode 11
54 mins
Errico discusses the true meaning of words that have been misinterpreted in their translations and how they have affected our thoughts and beliefs.
Episode 12
36 mins
Sarah McLean, the founding director of the Sedona Meditation Training Company, explains why silence and listening is so important in our lives.
Episode 13
51 mins
Known as the Walking MRI for her ability to see into the human body, Laura Alden Kamm discusses her awakening, her gift and her ability to teach others to be able to do the same.
Episode 14
52 mins
Civil engineer Lloyd Mear explains how numbers can represent frequencies and be used to balance energies in the body.
Episode 15
43 mins
Steven Ross, author of And Nothing Happened, discusses powerful healing technologies that have been bypassed or deliberately ignored by the medical profession, in spite of the fact that many of the inventors and practitioners were medical doctors themselves.
Episode 16
1 hr 13 mins
Tom Campbell discusses his 35 years of research and investigation into altered states of consciousness.
Episode 17
42 mins
In this follow-up interview, Michael Horn continues past the context and background of Billy Meier to talk about The Prophecies themselves.
Episode 18
56 mins
Brian O’Leary has seen more than just about any civilian when it comes to the world of free energy, or Zero Point energy devices. On one of Brian’s rare visits to the US, Regina asks him about the pattern of suppression of energy devices that could have provided a solution to our energy demands.
Episode 19
44 mins
Leonid Sharashkin came into contact with a book titled, The Art of Soaring, at a time when he needed some serious emotional adjustment. He found the work to be profound and chose to bring the book to the English-speaking world, just as he did with, Anastasia.
Episode 20
54 mins
Mahendra Trivedi abilities enable him to focus and project healing energy, enough to reach thousands of people in a crowd, to charge seeds for healthy crops and heal orchards, bodies of polluted water and just about anything else that is out of balance.
Episode 21
52 mins
Sheila Gillette shares her near-death experience, and how she became a channel for the consortium of twelve archangels known as THEO.
Episode 22
58 mins
Aajonus Vonderplanitz had an amazingly difficult start to life and his story is almost beyond belief. This interview lays out his life in clear detail and explains the reason he eventually ate raw meat in an event that would change his life forever.
Episode 23
38 mins
From the way Bert Janssen looks at it, crop circles are the greatest mystery of modern times. Being an intellectual, however, he could not find the practical implications of the knowledge until he made the acquaintance of an American shaman who gave Bert the context for his discoveries in the crop circles.
Episode 24
32 mins
Michael Beckwith, founder of the Agape International Spiritual Center, shares his spiritual journey, beginning with his concern that he belonged in a mental institution.
Episode 25
56 mins
In this interview Regina speaks directly with the THEO Group, who shares information about some of the energetic challenges facing mankind, what can be done to help manage them, and what life will be like in the future when we move, in mass, into the finer fifth-dimensional field.
Episode 26
1 hr
Renowned energy healer and self-help expert Burt Goldman shares his secrets of life with his own method, called Quantum Jumping.
Episode 27
47 mins
Lucia Rene´, author of Unplugging the Patriarchy, explains that the cycle of patriarchy did not occur by happenstance; that, in fact, there was an agreement on a collective spiritual level that enabled the masculine to take the lead and learn the lessons embodied within that experience.
Episode 30
59 mins
Many of the boomer generation of Americans grew up with the television program called The Phil Silvers Show. Today, his daughter Candace Silvers credits her dad with giving her the insights needed to grow into her role as motivational trainer and teacher.
Episode 31
40 mins
Dolores Cannon reveals the new messages coming through her thousands of hypnotherapy clients regarding the changes that are in motion for humanity, specifically, our evolution as a species.
Episode 33
58 mins
Michael Tsarion and Regina sit down to talk to about the emerging feminine. In this interview, Michael provides a deep look at the suppression of women throughout history. There is a growing need for the feminine to come to the forefront, again, for the sake of humanity.
Episode 34
29 mins
Known for his work with Sacred Activism, Andrew Harvey was inspired to talk about many of the things that people shy away from: picking something you are totally passionate about and then doing something about it.
Episode 35
59 mins
Barbara Marx Hubbard refers to herself as an evolutionary. Born with a curious mind, asking even more curious questions, it was not until Barbara was finished with her childrearing that she expressed her own voice in the form of Conscious Evolution.
Episode 36
44 mins
Regina sat down to talk to José Arguelles after his lecture at the Prophet’s Conference in Vancouver in the summer of 2010 to dig deeper into the purpose of the Mayan Calendar as opposed to the Gregorian calendar.
Episode 37
53 mins
Dr. Leonard Horowitz can tell you more about the world’s most urgent problems, and who is creating them, than possibly anyone on earth. But he prefers to tell you about the suppressed solutions, and how “We The People” are manifesting them.
Episode 38
50 mins
Author Lucy Wyatt explores the cycles in which the rise and fall of empires drives our evolution and devolution. In her book, Approaching Chaos, she also speaks of the Roman Empire as the fall of humankind’s spiritual consciousness.
Episode 39
50 mins
Michael St. Clair discusses the imperative that each one of us chooses the place we call home, our relationships and the means of thriving through the times ahead. He calls it the path of living in Radiant Zones.
Episode 40
1 hr 3 mins
Homeopathic practitioner and author Henrietta Wells discusses the quantum physics behind homeopathy, and the creator of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician who claimed that the medicine of his time did as much harm as good.
Episode 41
58 mins
In this interview, with Peter Taylor, a lot of ground is covered from the alchemical origins of modern science to the financial boardrooms of City of London banks.
Episode 42
48 mins
Grahm Hancock discusses his first work of fiction, Entangled, a fast-paced story of two women who become entangled through Time and Space. Graham explains why he turned to fiction and what is important about the message that we all have divine sovereignty over our own heart and mind.
Episode 43
53 mins
Gregory Sams discusses what he calls, the longest running cover up in history, how humanity has deliberately been driven away from the understanding of, contact with and appreciation of the huge ball of life that we call the Sun.
Episode 44
56 mins
Michael Tellinger is a scientist in the true sense of the word, never shying away from controversial issues, scrutinizing every clue meticulously to bring an ancient civilization, in South Africa, to the center of Zecharia Sitchen’s thesis on the Anunnaki.
Episode 45
58 mins
In this interview with Michael Tellinger, he talks about his desire to run for office in South Africa on a platform of contributionism, a way of thriving as a community.
Episode 47
43 mins
Naturopathic physician Jean Slatter, author of Hiring the Heavens, discusses the law of grace. She explains that we can request help from a talented and willing world of energy.
Episode 48
39 mins
Former economic hit man John Perkins, author of Hoodwinked, discusses the modern way of taking over a county, and offers suggestions for a new form of global economics.
Episode 49
48 mins
Architect Richard Gage, head of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, discusses the structural evidence of the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings and the logical conclusions of subsequent research.