Jul 16, 2019


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Love and Shamanism

Why would the spirits bother to teach us about love? Because love is all there is. Think you've heard that before? We don't think so. Join host and shaman, Christina Pratt, as she explores Love as you've never heard it before. What is it love really? Why do you need it? Where do you find it? And, most importantly, how do we cultivate this most powerful essence energy in our lives?

Let's face facts: couples are not necessarily in love, love is fleeting, and love always seems to show up where it shouldn't. Perhaps we don't really understand True Love as well as we think we do. From the beginning of our lives the very human flaws of the adults around us shape what we believe about love. Love is shaped, contorted, limited, and defined by our childhood experience.

One of the most valuable uses of a contemporary shamanic skill set in every day life is to learn to live in love. When we are in love everything feels possible, we find humor in the quirks of life, a song in our heart and lightness in our step. And through shamanic skills you can be in love in any moment whether or not you have discovered the love of your life or even want to.

**This show originally aired August 31, 2010.**

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Our guest today is Bahamian-born Haitian-American author, physician, and neuroscientist Dr. Cholet Josué (say sho-LAY jo-ZWAY). His experiences as an American immigrant and a neuropsychiatrist have given him a unique insight into how individuals can use specific brain tools to create their best lives. Now, he is sharing these tools with the world. Welcome to the program, Dr. Josué. www.drjosue.com/

Wed, July 17, 2019 at 12:00 pm Pacific


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