The best gift we have to give is what we discover when we stop and listen.
Singer/songwriter and humanitarian Karl Anthony discovered Mantra, a transformational musical experience, in just this way.Read More »
Whether you are in a romantic partnership or learning to love your own life more, it’s the energetic aliveness that keeps it sizzlin’! Few people ever learned how to be in a healthy relationship with ourselves or another because we’ve not been exposed to the soulmate skills taught in The Soulmate Connection: A Practical Guide to Creating Extraordinary Relationships.
Authors and soulmates Mali Apple and Joe Dunn, have been enjoying their “honeymoon period” over the nine years they have been together.Read More »
Everything works out in the end – and if it hasn’t worked out, it is not the end…. this is Rev. Duke Tufty’s motto for life and his journey into ministry.
From the ups and downs in his family’s car dealership business, to a drug overdose, a time not knowing the next step, and finally a slow but steady climb into ministry, Duke has tenaciously created from the quote of Winston Churchill’s “Never, Never, Never give up!”Read More »
Today’s “Let’s Get Naked” interview is with a man dedicated to his soul-awakening, committed to the revealing of how he was raised as a male, observing the playing out of that belief system and the willingness to change the “learned” dysfunctional behavior by applying spiritual principle.
Rev. Baine Palmer, a father of three…Read More »
How clear is your Life Vision? How well do you know yourself? Do you focus on your gifts and strengths, or are you distracted by those blind spots of doubt, worry and fear? To Improve your I-sight one needs regular I-exams…where do you find one of those I exams?
Well Friends, you’re in luck, one is being offered Saturday June 9 from 10-4 at Unity Temple on the Plaza in Kansas City, MO, with myself and Karen Taylor Good, Grammy-nominated, singer/songwriter and keynote speaker.Read More »
Memorial Day is an important time to honor the men and women and their families who have given so much to serve this country. On our spiritual path we must also honor our past, from where we have come, and what can serve us in our future.
Tune in Monday to hear an interview with songwriter/singer, “transparent-living” Teri Wilder.Read More »
Jeffrey Bentley was an over-working, over-eating man caught up in the American culture of trying to make the outside of his life look like everything was “working”, while his inside was “broken”.
One day he caught a glance of himself in the mirror and really “saw” himself, and what he saw was not who he was. Jeffrey had been living in such a “pretend world” that he’d fallen for the charade himself. At that moment he was ready “as only the dying can be” to do whatever it took to feel alive and reclaim his birthright of joy.Read More »
Laura Brooke loved dancing as a child, she felt happy and free. As she grew up, and life “responsibilities” started to present themselves her world was filled with the activities she felt she “should” do rather than what she would choose to do. Freedom and happiness were not the foundation of her existence, and slowly her life felt less and less authentic.
After many years of attending Unity Temple on the Plaza, learning spiritual law and applying it to her own life, she realized her inner vibration did not match her outer behavior and she became ready for a change. (Can you relate?)Read More »
Frank Ferrante, the star of the documentary MAY I BE FRANK?, transformed his life by being willing to “get naked” about the behavior that was damaging his life. Frank, though sober, had eating and self-destructive habits that did not allow his more vibrant and true self to be exposed.Read More »