Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Reframing the Universe: Evolving Consciousness


Reframing the Universe: Evolving Consciousness
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
There is never a better time to embrace the evolution of consciousness than in the middle of chaos. If there were ever a time where all normalcy has been shattered and the future is up for grabs, that time would be now.
How we respond to this shakeup as individuals and cultures will shape the future in ways inaccessible for generations. In order to do so, we will need to think out of the box to the point we reframe our concept of reality and the universe itself.

With us this hour to embark on this amazing journey of consciousness is Richard Grossinger. Richard has a BA from Amherst College and a PhD in anthropology from the University of Michigan. He is the founding publisher of North Atlantic Books, and the author of forty books, including: “Planet Medicine,” “The Night Sky: Soul and Cosmos,” “Embryo-genesis: Species, Gender, and Identity,” “Dark Pool of Light: Reality and Consciousness,” and his latest, “Bottoming Out the Universe: Reality and Consciousness.”
His website: richardgrossinger.com
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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

The COVID-19 Challenge: Preserving Relationships


The COVID-19 Challenge: Preserving Relationships 
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
As COVID-19 and the resulting stay at home orders drag on, we are being confronted with an unforeseen challenge. Our lives and family dynamics have been arranged around parents going to work, children going to school, after school activities and trying to give our family undivided attention on the weekends. Our jobs, schooling and curricular activities have given us much needed space away from each other and a separate identity from that of our family positions.
Children are expecting the same level of attention we have always given them on “off times,” but now we are together 24-7. In addition, parents are saddled with the responsibility of home schooling, creating further stress between family members.
Tempers are running high and patience running out. How can we steward our family through this trying situation – meeting everyone’s needs while preserving our relationships? We need viable tools and we need them now!

With us this hour to discuss this dilemma is DR. MOSHE ENGELBERG. Dr Engelberg inspires businesses worldwide to be their best by thinking differently, acting courageously, and leading with love. His innovative ideas and approaches are deeply rooted in a combination of applied behavioral science and diverse wisdom traditions. His extensive academic credentials include a PhD from Stanford University in Communication, and two Masters degrees. His new book, “The Amare Wave: Uplifting Business by Putting Love to Work,” is inspiring people and organizations everywhere to prosper differently by putting the power of love to work. He is here today to help us apply the same principles in stewarding our families through COVID-19 and the resulting isolation and stressors.


Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Demystifying COVID-19: Conversations with a Biomedical Scientist


Demystifying COVID-19: 
Conversations with a Biomedical Scientist 
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
It is ironic really. One tiny little virus has brought the entire planet to a virtual standstill and world economies crashing down. Hype, hysteria and confusion abounds about the nature and threat of COVID-19 with stories changing daily. With all the rapidly shifting and often conflicting information. it is nearly impossible to know how to respond in order to find safe passage.
Several months back, no one would have believed it was possible…well, almost no one. There have been those disregarded voices in the wilderness that saw this coming. One among them is today’s guest.
With us to discuss where COVID-19 came from and where it’s going is Dr. Dennis Carroll. Dr. Carroll has a doctorate in biomedical research, with a special focus in tropical infectious diseases, from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He was a Research Scientist at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory where he studied the molecular mechanics of viral infection. He has over 30 years of leadership experience in global health and development. Dr Carroll served as the Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Emerging Threats Division. Dr. Carroll was responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership for the Agency's programs addressing new and emerging disease threats. He currently heads the Global Virome Project, an international partnership to build the systems and capacities to detect and characterize future viral threats.
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Suffering Over Our Suffering: Evolving Beyond the Trauma Trap

Suffering Over Our Suffering: Evolving Beyond the Trauma Trap ~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~ There is nothing like unprocessed trauma to lock us ...