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On today's Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis celebrates three change makers of the WE Campaign and 11 Days of Global Unity. With guests Rick Ulfick, the founder of We, the World; Robert Levine, Editor-in-chief of Trends in Global Grassroots Organizing Magazine; and Callum Cintron, Human Resources Director and Human Rights Coordinator at We, the World. We talk about the inspiration that drives us to make a commitment towards building peace and unity. WE.net - 11 Days of Global Unity - 11 Ways to Change the World - https://Trends.WE.net,

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Featured Music:

Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Brave New World by Stanley, Stockley

Guests:

Rick Ulfik is the Founder of We, The World and the WE Campaign at WE.net. Rick is the Co-Creator of the Annual 11 Days of Global Unity 11 Ways to Change the World September 11th through September 21st, the UN International Day of Peace. Supporters and participants have included: Desmond Tutu, Jane Goodall, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Ralph Nader, Bill McKibben, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Robert Thurman, Daniel Ellsberg and many others. And Rick is the Publisher of Trends In Global Grassroots Organizing - an Online Magazine found at trends.we.net

Robert Levine is Editor-In-Chief of Trends in Global Grassroots Organizing Magazine: https://Trends.WE.net, as well as a poet, essayist, activist, performer and yoga instructor in the New York area. He is the author of Without Knowing Where We Are Going: 108 Poems and his latest book, On a Journey, is planned for later this year.

Callum Cintron (They/He) is a student and volunteer residing in Northwest New Jersey on the traditional land of the Munsee Lenape. They are the Human Resource Director and Human Rights Coordinator at We, The World. There they have created a program called Rethinking Community that serves the LGBTQ+, BIPOC and Disabled communities. The goal of the program is to foster community and support among historically underrepresented communities. Callum is pursuing a degree in Anthropology with a focus on diversity studies at Oregon State University. They are a part of the LGBTQ+ community and are passionate about creating an equitable world for all.

On today's Heart Of Mind Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis talks with two dynamic speakers on personal transformation. Joe Weston, author of the book Mastering Respectful Confrontation, is an international workshop facilitator, author, consultant coach and advocate for lasting peace. Gretchen Rubin, author of several books including her newest, being released in the spring: Outer Order, Inner Calm, is one of today's most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature.

Featured Music:

Frog Dancing, by David Anthony Clark; Is Fada by Emer Kenney

Contact Kathryn:

HeartOfMindRadio@gmail.com

Guest Websites and Events:

Joe Weston: http://respectfulconfrontation.com/

Gretchen Rubinhttps://gretchenrubin.com/

Guest Bios:

Joe Weston is an international workshop facilitator, author, consultant, coach, and advocate for lasting peace. His book, Mastering Respectful Confrontation, is selling throughout the world. Joe has more than 30 years of experience in providing training to corporations, government agencies and nonprofits around the world addressing conflict prevention and resolution, leadership development, transforming work/social culture and deeper levels of collaboration. He is currently adjunct professor at Georgetown University, School of Government, Department of Conflict Resolution, teaching a course: Body-based skill building for navigating stress and confrontation. Born and educated in New York, Joe lived in Amsterdam for 18 years and now lives in Washington DC. Joe brings a wealth of insight to his work based on many teachings, including Tai Chi Chuan, mindfulness and a variety of traditions—plus his experience in theater and various organizational training, to create a unique style of training and coaching that combines theory with somatic exercises. His clients include NASA, The World Bank, Oxfam, KLM, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mitsubishi Motors and various government and educational institutions. Joe works with women’s rights and other humanitarian organizations in the Middle East and the US, focusing on empowerment and leadership, reframing power/masculinity, and overcoming gender-based violence. He has also worked with different veterans organizations, supporting returning and wounded veterans in their process of integration and healing, and has also volunteered for the Liberation Prison Project, teaching meditation and leadership to inmates.

Gretchen Rubin is one of today’s most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature. She’s known for her ability to convey complex ideas with humor and clarity.  Gretchen is an Oprah’s SuperSoul 100 member, and is author of the best-sellers Happier at Home, The Four Tendencies, The Happiness Project, and her new book, Outer Order, Inner Calm comes out Spring 2019.  www.Facebook.com/GretchenRubin

 

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio for the New Millennium, host Kathryn Davis will speak on The Power of Heart Consciousness. The program features the work of Arabic poets Ibn ʿArabī  and Rumi. And in the second segment, Kathryn offers her Infinity Meditation which is focused on the HEART.

Featured Music:
Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Free by Stevie Wonder; Miracles by Jefferson Starship

Ibn ʿArabī, full name: Abū ʻAbd Allāh Muḥammad ibn ʻAlī ibn Muḥammad ibn al-ʻArabī al-Ḥātimī al-Ṭāʼī al-Andalusī al-Mursī al-Dimashqī; 1165–1240), nicknamed al-Qushayrwas, an Arab Andalusian Muslim scholar, mystic, poet, and philosopher, extremely influential within Islamic thought. Out of the 850 works attributed to him, some 700 are authentic while over 400 are still extant. His cosmological teachings became the dominant worldview in many parts of the Muslim world.

Quote: “It is He who is revealed in every face, sought in every sign, gazed upon by every eye, worshiped in every object of worship, and pursued in the unseen and the visible Not a single one of His creatures can fail to find Him in its primordial and original nature” Ibn’ Arabi: al-Futuhat-al-Makkiyya, Ch 372

 
Learn more at: https://ibnarabisociety.org/

Jalāl al-Dīn Muḥammad Rūmī also known as Jalāl al-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī, but more popularly known simply as Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273), was a 13th-century Persian Poet was an islamic scholar, theologian and mystic poet. Rumi's influence transcends national borders and ethnic divisions: Iranians, Tajiks, Turks, Greeks, Pashtuns, other central Asian Muslims, as well as the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent have greatly appreciated his spiritual legacy for the past seven centuries. His poems have been widely translated into many of the world's languages and transposed into various formats. Rumi has been described as the "most popular poet"and the "best selling poet" in the United States

Free Download of document Rumi’s Secret: https://ia800706.us.archive.org/32/items/RumiSecret/Rumi%20Secret.pdf
Learn more at: https://www.rumi.org.uk/

On today's broadcast of Heart Of Mind, Radio for the New Millennium, host Kathryn Davis considers the consequences of stress on the human system and explores the possibilities for Immortal Living with Dr. Jewel Pookrum, the founder of Neuro-Redesign and the JEWEL University of Immortal Sciences (JUIS)., Justifiably Enchanted With Enlightened Living.

Dr. Jewel believes that “the body is the barometer for assessing one’s ability to live in harmony with his or her environment and that nothing in our world has the power to make us weak, sad, or diseased if we adopt the proper attitude, diet, and commitment to wellness; each of us can live in infinite perfection. Healing must be self-initiated and self-achieved”. https://www.juis.education/

Featured Music:

Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Beauty by Vargo; One World, One Heart Beating by the Children's Choir; Beauty by Vargo; Lovely Day Jill Scott

Host Contact Information:

HeartOfMindRadio@gmail.com – HeartOfMindRadio.com – (347) 480-1694

Guest:

Dr. Jewel Pookrum was born in Detroit, MI, where she established her roots as a mother and physician. Initially working at Henry Ford Hospital, performing surgery and practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology, she later became a pioneer in wholistic™ medicine; with a strong emphasis on healing through mental and spiritual wellness. After completing a double major at Roosevelt University in biology and zoology, she continued her matriculation at Roosevelt University to pursue a graduate degree in clinical microbiology.

Subsequent to her clinical work, she then enrolled at Creighton University Medical School where she obtained her medical degree. In 1976, she completed her surgical internship and obstetrics-gynecology residency at Henry Ford Hospital. Exhibiting excellence through her innate ability, she became the director of the Woodrow Wilson Clinic for women’s health, at Henry Ford Hospital. Fueled by an insatiable appetite for knowledge, Dr. Jewel completed a Ph.D. curriculum at the American College of Holistic Nutrition, in 1992.Dr. Jewel became a solo practitioner in 1982 which led her to form her first independent medical practice, “The Perfect Health Institute,” in 1987.

Now as a retired physician, with over 35 years of experience, and a specialist in women’s health and wholistic™ wellness, her skill, knowledge and wisdom is in high demand as she is consistently requested for lectures across the United States, as well as, Canada and Europe. In 2009, Dr. Jewel created The J.E.W.E.L Network with a mission to broadcast the sciences of life and living in a clear and accurate format. She, also, educates on the importance of nurturing the brain to support the health of the body through Dr. Jewel’s Balancing Program, which uses ancient sacred geometry to increase brain power and neuron activity through a focusing exercise; ultimately balancing the left and right hemispheres of the brain, empowering participants to create the life they desire.

Heart of Mind Radio, July 16, 2022

Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium... A central source for health, consciousness, spirituality, soul-communion and self-liberation, On today’s program host Kathryn Davis shares a conversation with Colette LaFia the author of The Divine Heart, about healing the wounds of the heart and making space for our own spiritual development.

Colette blogs and offers online retreats at colettelafia.com.

Featured Music:

Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark, On Earth by Rita Selby, Come to the River by Diane Reeves, Old Souls by Diane Reeves.

Guest:

Colette Lafia is a San Francisco based writer, a spiritual counselor, and an international retreat leader. She is the author of Seeking Surrender: How My Friendship with a Trappist Monk Taught Me to Trust and Embrace Life, and Comfort and Joy: Simple Ways to Care for Ourselves and Others, named one of the top spiritual books of the year. Colette blogs and offers online retreats at colettelafia.com.

In her new book, The Divine Heart, Colette takes us on a journey, moving beyond relating to God as a belief system and into the experience of trusting one’s own spiritual intuition and experiences. She developed seven spiritual practices, “invitations” that can lead us into the healing energy of love.

On today's Heart Of Mind Radio For the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis speaks with Aracely Enoe Brown, senior program director for the Open Center. After the challenges of the covid lock-downs, and having to give up their physical space and operating solely online for the past two years, are now confronted with the challenge of coming back to life in a physical space and meeting the expenses of the past years are seeking the help of its supporters.

In segment two, Aracely speaks with Kathryn about the inspiration and benefits of Qigong practice and Qigong Self Care. And discuss how Qigong can have a positive impact on physical health as well as psycho-spiritual wellbeing.

Learn more about Kathryn's work at DaoQigongLife.com – Also check out OpenCenter.org

Featured Music: Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Harvest Moon by Neil Young; Light of You by Emer Kenney; Gypsy by Fleetwood Mac;

 

Host: Kathryn Davis has over 30 years of experience as a practitioner and teacher of Qigong and Energy Healing Systems. She is certified by OCOM, the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and has engaged in extensive study in the US and Mainland China. Has participated in the Shift Network's Global Qigong Summit and teaches at the New York Open Center and Studio Maya. She is NOW offering classes and training at DaoQigongLife.com – StudioMaya.com – OpenCenter.org.
 

Kathryn is the host and producer of Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium over WBAI-Pacifica Radio, wbai.org, 99.5 FM in New York, the Progressive Radio Network PRN.Liveand is the author of the forthcoming book: Harness the Natural Rhythms of Life.

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On today's Heart Of Mind Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis speaks about the correlation between covid, stress and the vagus nerve system. Starting with a commentary on the narratives inculcated around the issue and personal tragedy that worked together to create an underlying anxiety that continues to play out past the danger zone of the crisis. Further explaining how the parasympathetic nervous system keeps the anxiety in place, threatening future compromise of well being. And how the vagus nervous system is both the mechanism for building triggers into the patterns of the brain and the mechanism through which stress can be mitigated. Summing up the conversation with actual methods to calm the vagus nerves and begin to reprogram the brain.
Learn more about meditation at: https://daoqigonglife.com/  Email: HeartOfMindRadio@gmail.com
 
Featured Music:
Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Someday We'll All Be Free by Donny Hathaway;
 
As part of their Summer Fundraising Series, I will be donating my time, teaching a 3-hour workshop on Qigong Self Care. Here is the link: https://www.opencenter.org/qigong-self-care-2/  
 
Host: Kathryn Davis has over 30 years of experience as a practitioner and teacher of Qigong and Energy Healing Systems. She is certified by OCOM, the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and has engaged in extensive study in the US and Mainland China. Has participated in the Shift Network's Global Qigong Summit and teaches at the New York Open Center and Studio Maya. She is NOW offering classes and training at DaoQigongLife.com – StudioMaya.com – OpenCenter.org.

Kathryn is the host and producer of Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium over WBAI-Pacifica Radio, wbai.org, 99.5 FM in New York, the Progressive Radio Network PRN.Liveand is the author of the forthcoming book: Harness the Natural Rhythms of Life.

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis speaks with Ross Guttler, Chief Executive Officer of The Open Center. The conversation centers on their special fund-raising Summer program of events.

The Open Center has served the people of NYC for 38 years, and continued this mission diligently through online programming throughout the pandemic. Now, like many organizations, we seek to rebuild and we ask our family of teachers and students to help raise awareness for our Summer Fundraising Series of programming, so that we can continue to serve the people of NYC and expand our reach to urbanites around the globe.” 

Visit to explore all the special June programs here: https://www.opencenter.org/

As part of their Summer Fundraising Series, I will be donating my time, teaching a 3-hour workshop on Qigong Self Care. Here is the link: https://www.opencenter.org/qigong-self-care-2/  

Featured Music:

Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Come to the River by Diane Reeves; Navayee by Hale; Get together by Liz Wright; Enchantment by Alchemy;

Guest:
Ross Guttler is Chief Executive Officer of The Open Center, the country’s longest-running urban center for personal growth and spiritual practice. Throughout his time with The Open Center, Guttler has led the evolution of a four decade-old New York City institution into a global changemaker with an engaged audience from more than 180 countries. After a career in wellness real estate, exploring how the built environment makes us healthier, happier, kinder and more creative, Ross found his calling at The Open Center, where wisdom traditions and spiritual practices, balanced with modern day medical and behavioral science, art and sound, are used to help us live more harmoniously with ourselves, each other and the earth. Prior to joining The Open Center, Guttler was Chief Operating Officer for Global Treehouse, a Tokyo-based startup combining meditation, creativity, collaboration and problem solving for large corporate clients. He previously led the growth of several business lines at Delos, a health, technology and real estate firm that focuses on optimizing the built environment for occupant health. Ross has served as an advisor to startups in the wellness and proptech spaces as well as held leadership roles on numerous industry and non-profit boards. He received a B.S. in Economics from Duke University and an M.B.A. from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.

On today's Heart Of Mind Radio for the NEW Millennium, host Kathryn Davis offers a query into the meaning of human existence. And asks the question “can our lives be more than mundane?” And looks at the magic of muse and contemplation.

Host:

Kathryn Davis has over 30 years of experience as a practitioner and teacher of Qigong and Energy Healing Systems. She is certified by OCOM, the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and has engaged in extensive study in the US and Mainland China. Has participated in the Shift Network's Global Qigong Summit and teaches at the New York Open Center and Studio Maya. She is NOW offering classes and training at DaoQigongLife.com – StudioMaya.com – OpenCenter.org.

Kathryn is the host and producer of Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium over WBAI-Pacifica Radio, wbai.org, 99.5 FM in New York, the Progressive Radio Network PRN.Liveand is the author of the forthcoming book: Harness the Natural Rhythms of Life.

Featured music:

Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Crimson and CloverJoan Jett and the BlackheartsDreaming Wide Awake by Liz WrightSunrise Prayer by Douglas Spotted Eagle; Breaths by Sweet Honey and the Rock; Life Uncommon by Jewel

Program ends with a treat: Four Route Relaxation Qigong with Kathryn Davis Kathryn is offering a For more information on the Qigong Self Care Program go to DaoQigongLife.com

You may contact Kathryn by the following means: HeartOfMindRadio@gmail.com

On today's Heart Of Mind Radio For The New Millennium, host Kathryn Davis speaks about accessing the quantum vibrational levels of our being to help us stay grounded in the chaotic times in which we live. Music, muse and meditation for all to use as needed to center and reground themselves.

Featured Music: Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark; Music of a Desire by David Darling; Pure Consciousness by Vargo; Malu Samshen, Invocation of the Masters of Enlightenment by the Monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery; Freedom Dance by Diane Reeves

Host: Kathryn Davis has over 30 years of experience as a practitioner and teacher of Qigong and Energy Healing Systems. She is certified by OCOM, the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and has engaged in extensive study in the US and Mainland China. Has participated in the Shift Network's Global Qigong Summit and teaches at the New York Open Center and Studio Maya. She is NOW offering classes and training at DaoQigongLife.com – StudioMaya.com – OpenCenter.org.

Kathryn is the host and producer of Heart Of Mind, Radio for the NEW Millennium over WBAI-Pacifica Radio, wbai.org, 99.5 FM in New York, the Progressive Radio Network PRN.Liveand is the author of the forthcoming book: Harness the Natural Rhythms of Life.

Email: HeartOfMindRadio@gmail.com

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