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My Heartsongs Podcast 182 Worth Cultivating Part Three, Wisdom

My Heartsongs Podcast 182 Worth Cultivating Part Three, Wisdom

August 5, 2022

A recent Psychology Today article purported that wise folks have 5 characteristics: they self-regulate their emotions, they act, decide, and counsel mindful of the wellbeing of all involved, and they recognize patterns where the past may offer useful info. Finally, they adapt to their environment, shape it, or change it completely, and they make the best of disappointing situations.

My Heartsongs Podcast 181 Worth Cultivating Part Two Curiosity

My Heartsongs Podcast 181 Worth Cultivating Part Two Curiosity

July 30, 2022

Our innate novel seeking curiosity behavior energizes the motivational drive for investigating unknowns and making new discoveries. How do we feel when we are curious? Annoyed, an itch we can’t scratch, bugged, stressed, excited, fun to figure out an answer? Energized to find out more? Take the curiosity quiz : https://curiosity.britannica.com/curiosity-personality-quiz.html

My Heartsongs Podcast 180 Worth Cultivating

My Heartsongs Podcast 180 Worth Cultivating

July 14, 2022

Patience seems hard to come by in our multitasking hurry hurry world, hiding in the bamboozle of “out of my way, I’m up to important things”. Subtle at first as it plays peek a boo with my awareness, encouraging me with hints of a different way of being. If rushing is a form of violence against self and others then is patience an antidote?

My Heartsongs Podcast 179 Creativity and Healing

My Heartsongs Podcast 179 Creativity and Healing

July 2, 2022

I was recently on a friend's podcast: Create to Heal Podcast is about life, leadership, and conversations from the heart. Each episode, we explore what creativity and healing mean to our invited guest. Enjoy!

My Heartsongs Podcast 178 Celebration Talk On Mortality

My Heartsongs Podcast 178 Celebration Talk On Mortality

June 22, 2022

We have many end of life options these days, but we can make conscious choices only if we are willing to get more comfortable with our own mortality. So how do we do that?

My Heartsongs Podcast 177 Windy Days, Winding Thoughts

My Heartsongs Podcast 177 Windy Days, Winding Thoughts

June 17, 2022

The wind supports me in rattling my own cage, pulls me out of circling the wagons of illusion with rationalization & self- protection, often with the ends justify the means as a mantra. I'm summoned to examine those nooks and crannies where I might have made rationality a god, at the expense of my vitality. Its wild and crazy nature refuses to condemn my passionate primitive energies to an underground existence—the life I live and the one I have forgotten. It urges me to welcome fathomless darkness and sidereal silence.

My Heartsongs Podcast 176 How Wide The Divide Part Four

My Heartsongs Podcast 176 How Wide The Divide Part Four

June 11, 2022

Seems like perhaps we need a category of PRTSD, Pre- traumatic stress disorder, given the abundant opportunities for anxiety around anticipated trauma from shootings or emerging climate change disasters. Although it sounds a bit big brother-ish, why not allow schools to monitor facebook & other social media posts, especially by young males? We check their drawers and lockers for guns and drugs, isn’t that part of the monitoring function of adults with young people?

My Heartsongs Podcast 175 how Wide The Divide Part Three

My Heartsongs Podcast 175 how Wide The Divide Part Three

June 4, 2022

How wide the divide between the NRA and the average gun owner. I suggest seven areas which not all gun owners will agree with, but many of them do.

Here is a short important link I encourage you to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8DP3ssCfLY Time for some effective initiatives!

My Heartsongs Podcast 174 How Wide The Divide Part Two

My Heartsongs Podcast 174 How Wide The Divide Part Two

May 28, 2022

All those save the planet signs and especially the energy of young people engaged in this issue are inspiring but the reality is that the planet would be fine without us: it is the humans that need the saving energy. I’ve often said that the human species is in its adolescence: full of both creative and destructive potential. This next decade will clearly bring a series of defining moments as to which path we choose: survival vs suicide. And the quality of life in terms of future survival is very much dependent on our current-day choices. How wide the divide between climate science and our collective ability to take action!

My Heartsongs Podcast 173 How Wide The Divide

My Heartsongs Podcast 173 How Wide The Divide

May 21, 2022

How wide the divide between how I see myself and others perceive me; how wide the divide in terms of what a society purports to be and the reality; how wide the divide between science and truth/reality, between health care for the rich vs the poor?

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