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January 20, 2020 @ 8:40 pm

CEO Justin Miller Focuses on Doing the Right Thing for Humanity

Justin T. Miller grew up in Peachtree City, GA and has spent the past decade working to solve some of the world’s most complex social problems with the heart of an entrepreneur. He is author of the exciting new book Beyond Blood that offers hope and humanity in the forgotten struggle of HIV. Justin discusses his method of Co-Founding CARE for AIDS, and dedicated his life and leadership to empowering people throughout East Africa to live a life beyond AIDS. 


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December 29, 2019 @ 7:48 pm

Brian Ferguson CEO + Founder of Arena Labs; Shares His Truths

Brian Ferguson is the CEO and Founder of Arena Labs. In his career as a high ranking Security officer, Brian developed an essential practice of leadership for healthcare and those searching for purpose . This healing stories podcast explores his essential roots from Cleveland, an insight from the Alchemist and the time honored friendship of Bobby and John F Kennedy. Friendship and living your truth ground this top rated healing stories podcast.  


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November 3, 2019 @ 2:02 pm

Dr. Sara Warber, M.D. on Unconditional Love and Kindness

Dr. Sara Warber, M.D. is Emeritus Professor and founder of the Integrative Medicine Program at the University of Michigan.  Her first love is plants and her healing story illuminates learning as a way of creating family doctors.  Dr. Warber is currently advising the World Health Organization on wholistic health.  She inspires a movement to highlight women in leadership and the relationship to the earth.  She says, "Expressing our kindness and unconditional love to each other is the foundation of any relationship that heals."  Her studies provide insights into our healing journeys.

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October 6, 2019 @ 8:29 am

Finding The Truth of Life After 16 Years in Prison

T.M. Hoy spent 16 years reforming his life in prison that developed a way to live a life of meaning. 

His books, including Lasting Happiness, inspire an inward journey defending the simple, the true and authentic journey. https://lastinghappiness.net/ He helps to set down a practical step by step guide to lead a life with purpose as this healing stories podcast speaks to those seeking the soul.  Listen to a transformational moment that decided not to let "mental chatter" decide the course of his life.  

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September 21, 2019 @ 9:59 am

Ginny Whitelaw PhD., a former NASA Scientist, discusses leadership and healing.

Ginny Whitelaw is a former NASA scientist whose expertise helps heal.  Her leadership training workshops attract healthcare professionals from Merk, JNJ and Ascension to a practice that encourages resilience.  She speaks to us about the importance of presence as a leader.  Ginny’s new book Resonance is a toolkit for finding the meaning of soul, relationships and finding your strength within. 

 In her nearly 10 years at NASA, Ginny rose to the Deputy Manager for integrating the International Space Station, for which she received NASA’s Exceptional Service Medal. She holds a PhD in Biophysics, as well as a BS in Physics, a BA in Philosophy, and a fifth degree black belt in Aikido.  Ginny is the Founder and President of the Institute for Zen Leadership and a Zen Master in the Chozen-ji line of Rinzai Zen.

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August 15, 2019 @ 6:56 pm

Scott Shay - In Good Faith - Questions of Religion and the Role of Leadership

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Scott Shay is co-founder and chairman of Signature Bank and author of several books exploring the essential questions of life. He inspires us with the story of his father a Holocaust survivor and his courageous relationship to ask God why? Scott discusses the role of leadership in our current culture grounded in his Jewish faith.  His book, In Good Faith, unveils the idolatry of power highlighting the #METOO movement.   Learn more about this author and entrepreneur at ScottShay.com.

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July 5, 2019 @ 5:01 am

Ken Kushner discusses “Why there is suffering in life,” and how his 40 year practice with Zen restores the healer.


Ken Kushner, Psy.D. has practiced for 40 years as a clinical psychologist and professor at the University of Wisconsin.  He is a Zen priest and an author.  Zen is one of the most popular spiritual practices that Ken helps us understand.  It is more than mindfulness and the calm app but more concerned with the question - "What is the nature of suffering and how do we cope?"  One of Ken's wellness opportunities is with HEAL that helps medical practitioners with burnout and resilience. He discusses the breathing practice of Hara https://haradevelopment.org  . His martial arts will guide this healing stories podcast to understand a way to not run away but face our lives.  A special sound can be explored on his website with the video of Honda Roshi playing the shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute). Two websites that explain Ken's teachings and technique can be found at https://www.wisconsinzen.org/ken-kushner




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June 2, 2019 @ 4:52 pm

Richard Moss, MD shares a monumental method of seeing and listening to those we love

Dr. Richard Moss, MD is a world-renowned visionary thinker and teacher.  His seven books, among them Inside Out Healing, explore the power of presence in our life.  In this healing stories podcast he speaks about a framework for leadership, encourages a renewal for the practice of medicine and showcases how to listen to those we love.  "In 1977 Richard Moss was a practicing physician when he experienced a spontaneous state of illumination that irreversibly changed his life and profoundly transformed his understanding of human consciousness and behavior. With this opening came a new level of sensibility including a heightened intuition, subtle insight into mystical and spiritual teachings, and the ability to sense human body-energy fields."  His youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNOtCFZXnREQoR8DUybG94A and seven seminal books are worth exploring.  

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May 21, 2019 @ 1:22 pm

Everett Ogawa discusses a revolutionary method of Body Work for healing

  Everett Ogawa teaches the revolutionary healing method of integral body work http://integralbodywork.com/  He blends Zen and Rolfing to free the body from trauma and stress.  Everett will guide us into a beautiful reality of freedom.  He offers lessons from Sadhguru  to complete the podcast. 



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April 6, 2019 @ 8:30 pm

John Jeter, Music Director of the Fort Smith Symphony and his mom Dee Schore, share on how to listen

Music heals.  In this podcast the Director of the Fort Smith Symphony, John Jeter, and his Mom, Dee Schore, discuss the element of listening.  This exciting and thoughtful healing story opens the door to a mother-son team whose lives inspire and guide us towards a sense of wholeness.  We discuss the role of education, how to sooth a new born and the mother-son connection.  Dee Schore has practiced healing for the last 40 years.  John Jeter practices with the baton in leading a symphony of beauty.  Join us as we explore how music is the healing arts.

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