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Episode 11

Conductive medicine: Intuition Physician Dr. Laura Koniver connects us to Earth

Guest Dr. Laura Koniver

Lang English

It was an AHA moment when a medical doctor realised why her child was crying constantly, a moment not even years of training had hinted at. In this passionately stated interview Dr. Koniver shares something you REALLY need to know about i.e. grounding your human body to Earth. With a refreshing and vivacious spirit of rebellion against a dead medical system that tries to keep people alive at any cost, her completely positive perspective on how we can transform our understanding of health today could be the best news you have ever heard. Rather than focus on the many years of double blind studies as well as a plethora of anecdotal evidence from her patients Dr. Koniver draws the broad strokes for us. In this no holds barred conversation about conductivity in every cell she shares why your brain, bones and blood need to get grounded to your planet for better sleep, for weight loss and mostly for a new quality in your life. Ultimately it is about the very real prospect of getting up ever

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Episode 10

Thinking allowed

Guest Dr. Jeffrey Mishelove

Lang English

Parapsychology. How many people have an accredited degree in this field? One. Join Dr. Jeffrey Mishelove in a conversation about his decades long research and sharing of astonishing information about the still emerging new paradigms in science, healing, remote viewing, ancient archaeology, shamanism, dream research, spiritual experience, altered states, the afterlife and the most important of all: consciousness itself. His PBS television program enlightened millions from 1986 for almost two decades before he began the current New Thinking Allowed, available on youtube. He has interviewed hundreds of leading edge men and women in these areas with a careful, erudite and warm personality that this interview will clearly reveal. From the problems he has encountered as the first and foremost researcher to tackle issues that science still continues to belittle, through his singular study of a real psychokinesis subject the PK man, to where we are now in a world still amnesiac to the depths

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Episode 9

Changing Horses: Russian visionary Marie Dahlgren

Guest Marie Dahlgren

Lang English

Enso Coach Marie Dahlgren commits herself to paradigm shifting because she has done it herself. The black horse and the white horse haunted Marie in recurring dreams. She there sees the collapse of the USSR and the life that follows in an unfolding vision. She knows she is not her name, her identity or any other label. She has awoken to a deeper level of the energy.. As she takes us from childhood in the Ukraine to the US, on the way a Tibetan monk shows her beyond looking at yourself in the mirror, Milton Erickson’s teaching points beyond the past and a solid career in government and banking reveals its inherent limitations to her. With a vibrant spirit of entrepreurship Marie connects the intuitive with the rational and demonstrates the solid power of modern coaching techniques. She shares a prescient sense of how technology and spiriitual wisdom get combined as we begin to understand the two horses galloping together. We need never choose only one horse but rather saddle up f

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Episode 8

Shamanic Resurgence in London

Guest Daren Ellis

Lang English

Urban shamanism: the proliferation of workshops and actual plant ceremonies in cities across the world is fast becoming a social statement perhaps of our dissatisfaction with the current medical approach to human dis-ease. Daren Ellis, a former graphic design artist provides a ‘space’ called Aho in East London where people can get connected to the profound power and transformative energy of sacred plants and other shamanic tools for exploring consciousness, purging our bodies of ill-ness and thus creating a stronger possibility of renewal. He shares his experiences with shamans from Siberia to Peru with a quiet understanding and a humble heart. Whether it is the Amazonian tree frog or the now (in)famous use of ayahuasca as well as techno-shamanic tools for hacking consciousness there is clearly a need for new ways and new understanding. This is where the ‘archaic revival’ as Terence Mckenna so aptly called it, has resurged into the social sphere the world’

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Episode 7

The Electric Universe: Gettting connected with physicist Wal Thornhill

Guest Wal Thornhill

Lang English

For over two decades an Australian physicist has championed the revolutionary theory that our universe operates electrically. Though all of our modern science proves itself in mathematical theory it could actually have no true basis in fact. This potentially stunning conclusion becomes inescapable to any open minded enquiry as the interview unfolds. With a precise understanding of hard physics (as it used to operate), and a robust examination of the observed universe Thornhill has used a plethora of approaches to show us the obvious: our universe has its power source in electricity. His rational approach is multidisciplinary whilst never wavering from the fulcrum of real physics. He eschews the largely unintelligible gibberish of mathematical theory and grounds us in a return to sanity in science. Black holes, quantum physics, the expanding universe and multiple secret dimensions, the ‘giants’ like Einstein etc. all receive a thorough intellectual spanking by this master o

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Episode 6

Earth Walker Paul Coleman

Guest Paul Coleman

Lang English

Earth Walker Paul Coleman takes us on a quixotic life journey planting trees all over the planet to address one of the most pressing problems of our age: what difference can we make in the midst of environmental catastrophe? His astonishing walk around the world truly matters. With no means of support, no sponsors at the beginning, and nothing but a fairy tale dream, inspired by Iceland, he shows you what one person can do who believes the vision. With unrelenting humour he shares the life that began as a Rolls Royce chauffeur to Royals, with all of the wealth and connections such a life bestows, and then completely shifted to that of a pilgrim wanderer on a quest to plant one tree for every person who died in the great wars of the twentieth century. He has accomplished at least ten percent of the 100 million trees target through sheer power of imagination and commitment. Now 63 he lives with his wife in a place he chose so she could be safe and happy, in a house they built themselves

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Episode 5

Animal communication with a Japanese pioneer

Guest Keiko Watt

Lang Japanese

Keiko Watt is a Japanese woman living in a very small community of British Columbia, Canada. She works as an animal ‘soul leve’l communicator i.e. she can communicate at a deep levels with animals. She shares how it is their relationship with humans that reveals so much about both us and them. Her journey to this small town with only one shop, where she is the only Japanese, unfolds as a story of great determination against language problems, cultural difficulties and of course financing a huge shift in lifestyle-from Hokkaido in Japan’s far North to Canada. She started started a formal study of soul level animal communication in 2016 and is the only Japanese to graduate from the Danielle MacKinnon school of animal communication. You can find her website by googling Keiko Watt. Now a Canadian citizen she shows us how it is only deep determination against the odds that will move us from one country to another in the long run. This is the first of many interviews condu

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Episode 4

Wild and compassionate: Inside the heart of a Japanese pastor

Guest Koichi Hirano

Lang English

Koichi Hirano has a truly powerful message in this age of lukewarm Christianity, a message of increasing faith and hope just when so many have given up on an ancient religion. With warmth, wisdom and unrelenting optimism he shares a life testing his faith on both sides of the Pacific showing us what it means to act as if you really do have a father in Heaven. Trained in Japan after a teenage crisis led him God he went to America as a young man. Despite language obstacles, lack of funding and in a completely foreign milieu he established several very successful churches and ended up in the creme de la creme of places, Santa Barbara California. But with an unbelievable sense of obedience he listened to the call to return to a country that had completely changed in the two decades away. Now the women call the men cute, the women are powerful and the men are rather lost. Now abstentee fathers are the norm and marriage has ceased to be an aim of the women. In both the East and the West bel

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Episode 3

Finding Your Butkus: The warrior artist and the emmy

Guest Bob Mueller

Lang English

Join Bob Mueller for an hour of real inspiration, joy and tough-guy tactics. Follow his extraordinary life journey to age 61 as he transforms a Canadian carpenter into an emmy award winning artist. Learn from Bob how every life can become extraordinary as he gleans wisdom from almost half a century of Japanese martial arts practise in combination with the hard working application of karate philosophy. The Law of attraction will never work until you take action, and that is what Bob does best. With an unassuming eloquence he shares the real journey, against all odds, of how a true blue fan of American football’s greatest hero, Dick Butkus, takes that passion and rediscovers the artist in himself. Imagine Bruce Lee meeting Anthony Robbins..they are then joined by Matisse for a tete a tete. Bob is a true warrior artist who takes us to that inevitable fact: that we all came here with a unique vibratory signature .. that is what gives us the greatest joy. To find it you have to look

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Episode 2

Keeping abreast on informed consent

Guest Pat Kennedy

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Pat Kennedy zeros in on a big issue: the use of mammograms in diagnosing breast cancer. Using four decades of experience as a registered nurse in Canada she carefully explains how ‘informed consent’ has been almost non-existent in this issue. A passionate and balanced defender of our right to know the risks involved in shooting radioactive material through a breast sandwiched between plates (with metal chips permanently embedded in the soft tissue!) often multiple times in one session, she offers a sane and safe alternative to knowing our body’s condition. It is thermography i.e. minute measurement of temperature changes all over the human body. She does not claim to have all the answers and she is clear in stating what thermography can and can not do. Informative, wise, inspiring and most of all eloquent Pat gives us the highlights of a long career in helping people get informed about their own bodies, their own health.

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