Sam Bennett, Start Right Where You Are: How Little Changes Can Make a Big Difference

Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett

Want to change your life, don’t know where to start?

An overwhelmed procrastinator, frustrated overachiever, and recovering perfectionist herself, Sam Bennett knows all the ways we avoid pursuing our dreams and reaching our goals. She also knows how to “get it done.” A friend along the way, she offers small, easily doable changes you can make to achieve your goals and dreams.

She says, “Just because your dreams haven't happened up to now doesn't mean they won't happen. And just because your life, career, or projects haven't gone the way you may have wanted doesn't mean they are not going well. No matter what has happened to you up to now, you have an opportunity to create a new story, beginning right now.” 



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Ruth Whippman, America the Anxious

Ruth Whippman

Ruth Whippman

Are you happy? Right now? Happy enough? As happy as everyone else? Could you be happier if you tried harder?

Journalist and documentary filmmaker Ruth Whippman found herself increasingly perplexed by the American obsession with happiness. She found that despite spending more time and money in search of happiness than any other nation on earth, research shows that the United States is one of the least contented, most anxious countries in the developed world. So Ruth set out on to get to the bottom of this contradiction, embarking on an uproarious pilgrimage to a controversial self-help course, visiting a “happiness city” in the Nevada desert, delving into the darker truths behind the “positive psychology movement,” and more.

She’ll share a rigorously researched yet universal answer, and one that comes absolutely free of charge.

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Karen Casey, 52 Ways to Live the Course in Miracles

Karen Casey

Karen Casey

First introduced to A Course In Miracles during the early stages of sobriety when she hung on to Alcoholics Anonymous like her life depended on it (and, of course, it did), Karen yearned for something that could quiet her near-constant anxiety. These simple ideas and affirmations for meditation have done that for her, bringing her a simpler, softer, slower, and more loving life.

Karen not only offers an explanation of the ideas, but also shares her own experiences with them—stumbles and all—offering proof of how helpful and practical they really are and showing that the goal isn’t perfection, but rather progress toward creating a life of love and peace.

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Eric Walrabenstein, Waging Inner Peace

Eric Walrabenstein

Eric Walrabenstein

How 5,000 veterans used the ancient secrets of yoga & mindfulness to reclaim their lives from stress and find inner peace, and how you can too!

Former U.S. Army infantry officer turned yoga master Eric created the BOOTSTRAP yoga system to help returning veterans and their families cope with the effects of PTSD and other psychological effects of war, and it works for ordinary people in real life. It’s one of the world's most comprehensive mind-body solutions for calming and rebalancing the nervous system. He’ll share how to explore the often unexamined internal sources of stress and emotional disturbance, and introduce ancient wellness techniques.

You can learn a proven methodology to apply mind-body wisdom to solve one of today's most pressing wellness issues--stress. Find out how to use it to help us master our humanness and live happier, healthier lives.

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Donald Altman, Clearing Emotional Clutter: Letting Go of What's Blocking You

Donald Altman

Donald Altman

You’ve heard about the psychological benefits of clearing out the clutter in your surroundings, but shutting away and trying to hide old pains and traumas can also create toxic clutter keeping you from the life of your dreams.

Integrating mindfulness and cutting-edge neuroscience, international expert Donald Altman teaches us how to modify entrenched habits and patterns with only a few minutes of attention daily. He’ll give us tips on how to realize what our baggage consists of and how to transform or toss it, then show how to avoid the daily danger of accumulating new emotional clutter. No matter how fraught your life or relationships may be, you can cleanse, heal, or accept the old wounds, mistakes, and disappointments.

You’ll discover how to address your past, better deal with the present, and cultivate the best possible future. Start fresh now! 

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Zen Cryar DeBrucke, Your Inner GPS: Follow Your Internal Guidance to Optimal Health, Happiness, and Satisfaction

Zen Cryar DeBrucke

Zen Cryar DeBrucke

Cars have GPS’s; we are born with access to a powerful tool called an Internal Guidance System (IGS), says Zen Cryar DeBrucke. It's a broader, wiser and more infinite part of ourselves. When it’s closed, we feel constriction in our chests or a tightness in our stomachs, or lumps in our throats--and if we don’t know how to change our thoughts and shift our perspective, that leads to misery and suffering.

Once we learn how to access our own IGS, we can leave painful memories behind, abandon destructive relationship patterns, and create the life of our dreams. As we increase our level of consciousness and capacity to remain present to our IGS’s we move toward divine collaboration with others, leading to more love, joy, compassion and forgiveness on the planet. And pure fun!

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Jean Shinoda Bolen, Artemis: The Indomitable Spirit in Everywoman

Jean Bolen

Jean Bolen

Feeling indomitable, untamed, unsubdued? Or maybe not so much?

Jean Bolen explores the myth of Atalanta, the famous hunter and runner in ancient Greek mythology, a mortal woman who is identified with Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt and Moon. Atalanta began life abandoned and left to die because she was born a girl. She went on to conquer fierce animals and make a man prove himself before she would be his bride. She exemplifies the indomitable spirit in competent, courageous girls and in the women they become who will not be victims, no matter what.

Looking at today’s girls with grit like Princess Merida from the film Brave and Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games, Jean gives us ways we can explore and find our own uncrushable spirits.

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Shari Brown, Seven Commandments for Happiness and Prosperity

Shari Brown

Shari Brown

Every day people all over the world are getting killed by other people who believe in different religions. We see and hear these differences and conflicts brought to our attention every day. Maybe it’s time to look at the commonalities in religion instead of focusing on the differences.

Shari Brown has been deeply involved in the Islamic, Christian, and Jewish faiths and communities. Through her earnest study of the three scriptures, she discovered that most share a common threshold of seven principles. She takes you on a voyage of each religion’s history of commandments and combines them into the seven common values you can use to understand and create happiness and prosperity.



Carmen Harris, Sh*t Happens, Magic Follows

Carmen Harris

Carmen Harris

Think magic belongs only on the stage or in the imagination of young children? Carmen’s book will teach you to reconsider and experience it again!

30 years a creative TV scriptwriter, she stumbled into becoming a healer when unexpectedly the awakened energy in the palms of her hands roused a terminally-ill cancer patient from an unresponsive state. The extraordinary events in her life can only be called magical, and she says this is available to all of us. Find out about the sixteen magical elements of the universe that can positively transform our perception of the outer world and bring peace and harmony to our inner existence. In the next section, Brown Stuff, she lists seventeen challenging scenarios.

Within each of these different sections are dynamic tips and techniques that are designed to help shift the Brown Stuff, resolve difficulties, and get to the Magic.

Kayt Sukel, The Art of Risk: The New Science of Courage, Caution & Chance

Kayt Sukel

Kayt Sukel

Are risk-takers born or made? Kayt Sukel uses cutting-edge research to illustrate which parts of the brain drive behavior, the different genes and neurochemicals at play, and the “particular blend of biology and experience held within that allows us to know what risks are worth taking and what risks should be left alone.”

She shows us the fascinating neurological pathways that provide the “gas” and the “brakes” when we are faced with a risky decision. And she shares human interest stories from the boardroom, the classroom, the playing field, and military frontlines.

Marrying the knowledge of science with the wisdom of those who have played the game and won--professional poker players, female firefighters, top neurosurgeons--Kayt gives us a few key rules to reset our definitions of risk and shows how to put artful risk-taking into action.

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Naomi Katz, Beautiful: Being an Empowered Young Woman

Naomi Katz

Naomi Katz

Do you remember your first kiss? Your first heartbreak? Your first bra? The first time your best friend betrayed you? 

Author and teacher Naomi Katz peels back the truth behind becoming a empowered woman in a chaotic world where airbrushed perfection is beauty - when in reality, beauty is who you are. She offers strategies to help young women cope with issues like body image, the media, relationships, competition, sex, and peer pressure. Tune in for guidance and inspiration...and a fun conversation.

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Matthew Fox, A Way to God

Matthew Fox

Matthew Fox

Are you full of awe, delight, amazement (Via Positiva)? Or silence, darkness, and suffering (Via Negativa)? Birthing, creativity, passion (Via Creativa) or justice, compassion, healing, celebration, and service (Via Transformativa)? These are the four paths of Creation Spirituality we travel on the way to God.

Matthew Fox, theologian and bestselling author, says every one of us is a mystic, an artist, and a prophet! He’ll talk about Trappist monk and social justice activist Thomas Merton’s ways of mixing contemplation and action, and how you can find a reliable connection with the underground river of Divine wisdom. 

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Arthur Ciaramicoli, The Stress Solution


“We work too much, sleep too little, love with half a heart, and wonder why we are unhappy and unhealthy,” says clinical psychologist Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli. He'll share simple, realistic, powerful techniques for using empathy and cognitive behavioral therapy to relieve stress, perceive situations accurately, correct distorted thinking, and trigger our own neurochemistry to produce calm, focused energy.

He developed this approach over thirty-five years of working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, and addictions. Over and over again, he has helped sufferers overcome old hurts and combat performance anxiety, fears, and excessive worry.

Join us for a calming and practical hour. 

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Steve Berry, The 14th Colony: thrilling history and politics


Did you know that for 30 years there was a plot for the US to colonize Canada? That President Reagan and Pope John Paul met secretly, and over the next 6 years the Soviet Union was brought to its knees? 

Bestselling author (14 books, 40 languages, 20 million copies) Steve Berry talks about how he creates his characters, why he has so many strong women, and how much of his thrilling history is true (try 90%). Prepare to be surprised by the way history and politics shape our relationships. 

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Peg O'Connor, Life on the Rocks: Finding Meaning in Addiction and Recovery


Addiction and recovery are, at their core, about the meaning of life. Peg looks at behaviors from a Western philosophical perspective, offering a powerful set of tools sharpened over millennia. She is a recovering alcoholic who maintains that philosophy got and helps her to stay sober.

You don't have to be familiar with philosophy to enjoy her insights on issues all addicts and their loved ones face: self-identity, moral responsibility, self-knowledge and self-deception, free will and determinism, fatalism, and the nature of God. Not to mention their relations to others! She brings abstract thought out of the ivory tower and into our living rooms. Listen in for ways to live a rich, meaningful, and joyful life beyond addiction.

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Antonia Hall, Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life


Did you know that both men and women are wired for full-body orgasms? And that we all have the potential to be multi-orgasmic? Society has taught us to restrict our sexual energy, but with awareness, it can be creative, joyful, and fulfilling. Clue: it's not just about getting naked and having great sex.

Antonia Hall teaches you techniques to tap into a potent energy fueling your creativity, keeping you centered, enriching your day, revitalizing you, and helping you get in the flow!

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Traci Stein, Self-Acceptance


"I am so stupid...why did I do that again? I am so dumb. I'll never learn." Sound familiar? If your Inner Critic sometimes takes over and paralyzes you, listen in for Traci Stein's wise ways to help you find and further develop your strengths, and identify beliefs, patterns, and behaviors that can in the way of feeling and functioning well. We are far more than our challenges or self-judgments!

Traci reinforces the perspective of the loving observer and wise guide, to help us release self-criticism and enhance feelings of compassion, kindness, and gentleness towards ourselves and others. We can release self-doubt, cultivate feelings of personal mastery, envision a future stronger self and encourage present moment self-acceptance - while embracing positive change. 

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Marie D. Jones, Mind Wars: A History of Mind Control and Electronic Surveillance


From the dawn of humanity, we’ve wanted to control other people’s thoughts, behaviors and actions. From the use of coercive persuasion by ancient Egyptians and the Knights Templar, to today’s "mind wars" claims of electronic harassment and microwave “bombing,” we have been at the mercy of “mind hacks” who try to reprogram our thoughts and reshape our beliefs.

Listen in for:

  • Ancient mind control via spell casting, potions and rituals.
  • The quest for a real Manchurian Candidate –MKUltra and the CIA connection.
  • Mind control techniques including hypnosis, drugs, sexual abuse, electroshock, radiation, and psychic driving.
  • Controlling mass thought through advertisement, media, politics, and religion.
  • Cults and the use of mental re-programming.
  • The brave new world of Voice to Skull Technology, cell phone hacks, drones, secret cameras and satellites

The inner frontier of the human mind is the last bastion of privacy. But are we really in control of our own minds? Find out ways to protect yourself and stay centered here.

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Dr. Edwidge, You're Not Crazy, You're Awakening!


You're having new insights, new experiences, lucid dreaming, even astral traveling; and you can tell very few people about this because most will say you're crazy, not awakening! What to do?

Not everyone is as sure-footed about the arrival of their paranormal, multi-dimensional and consciousness breakthroughs as Dr. Edwige. She is your guide to embracing your multi-dimensional self and your helpers so you can realize your soul purpose, joy and abundance. If you’re unsure about your odd dreams, experiences, coincidences, budding paranormal experiences and more, Dr. Edwige puts it all in perspective!

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Bob Wheeler, The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money


Bob goes straight to the intersection of your heart and your wallet, the "money nerve," talking about the “why” of poor financial decision making. He gives you ways to

  • Replace outdated belief systems related to money
  • Overcome fears around money
  • Have a healthy relationship with money
  • Create honest budgets and change your mental maps to be more proactive and positive in your money-making decisions.

When you’re clear on your emotional response to money, you’ve got a path to financial freedom! And did we mention he’s got a great sense of humor?

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