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Underneath the Midlife Crisis

Tami Simon speaks with James Hollis, licensed Jungian analyst practicing in Houston, Texas, and the author of 13 books, as well as the Sounds True audio learning program Through the Dark Wood: Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life. Jim speaks about the importance of realizing our real self versus our adapted self, moving through experiences of fear with courage and persistence, and what the most important questions are that we ask ourselves as we approach the end of our life. (43 minutes)

Awakening Is Endless

Tami Simon speaks with Gangaji, an American-born spiritual teacher dedicated to sharing the path of freedom through simple and direct self-inquiry. This year marks her twentieth year of teaching and sharing the essential message she received from her guru, Papaji, on the banks of the Ganges in 1990. She is the author of the Sounds True book The Diamond in your Pocket: Discovering Your True Radiance. Gangaji discusses the challenge of working with difficult emotions, the power of humiliation, and the endless nature of spiritual awakening. (47 minutes)

2012 and Natural Time

Tami Simon speaks with José Argüelles, a well-known author for his role in organizing the harmonic convergence event in 1987 and for his book The Mayan Factor, published the same year. He is the founder of the Planet Art Network, the Foundation for the Law of Time, and is a contributor to the recently published Sounds True anthology The Mystery of 2012. Jose speaks about the significance of the year 2012 in relation to the Mayan Calendar, natural-or lunar-based time and how he believes we have the opportunity now to enter a new era of advanced mental development in which telepathy will become our primary method of communication. (63 minutes)

What is Radical about Radical Forgiveness?

Tami Simon speaks with Colin Tipping, the creator of a method for personal and spiritual growth called Radical Forgiveness. He is the founder of the Institute for Radical Forgiveness Therapy and Coaching, the cofounder of the Georgia Cancer Help Program, and author of the new Sounds True book Radical Forgiveness. Beginning February 2, 2010, Colin Tipping will be hosting a three-part online live event with Sounds True entitled Radical Forgiveness for Healing. Colin discusses Radical Forgiveness, its five steps, and the relationship between Radical Forgiveness, the healing of cancer, and weight loss. (51 minutes)

The Power of Self-Hypnosis

Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Steven Gurgevich, a licensed psychologist who specializes in medical hypnosis. He is the director of the Mind-Body Clinic at Dr. Andrew Weil’s Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and the author of several Sounds True titles including the Self-Hypnosis Home Study Course, Deep Sleep with Medical Self-Hypnosis and The Self Hypnosis Diet. He will also be teaching an online course beginning May 5, 2010 on The Power of Self-Hypnosis. Dr. Gurgevich discusses how self-hypnosis works and the role our subconscious mind plays in healing. (56 minutes)

Choosing to Live Well with Pain and Illness

Tami Simon speaks with Vidyamala Burch, who for over 30 years has lived with chronic back pain as a result of a car accident, multiple surgeries, and congenital spine weakness. Searching for a way to cope with her situation she started practicing mindfulness meditation to help accept and move beyond the pain. She is cofounder of the Breathworks organization in the U.K. where she teaches mindfulness-based approaches to living with physical pain and illness. She is also author of the new Sounds True book Living Well with Pain and Illness. Vidyamala speaks about what it means to turn toward pain and soften, and how to live one moment at a time. (56 Minutes)

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