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Jewish Meditation

Tami Simon speaks with Rabbi David Cooper, one of today’s leading teachers of Jewish meditation. Rabbi Cooper is author of many books, including God Is a Verb and The Heart of Stillness. His programs with Sounds True include Invoking Angels, The Beginner’s Guide to Kabbalah, and two six-CD audio learning courses, Mystical Kabbalah and Seeing Through the Eyes of God. In this episode, Tami speaks with David about the ability of the Sabbath to restore our soul, the power of using Hebrew mantras in our meditation, what angels are and how we can relate to them, and a guided meditation for calling on help and support at any time in our lives. (67 minutes)

Intuitive Vision

Author and teacher Laura Alden Kamm has been described as a “walking MRI” for the remarkable accuracy of her medical intuition. She has worked as a medium and remote viewer, and trains corporate leaders in innovative problem solving through her Inner Edge program. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Laura about her near-death experience and how it informs her current abilities. In addition, Tami and Laura discuss how we can begin to cultivate our own intuitive skills—and learn to trust the guidance we receive from our intuition. Finally, Laura shares a guided practice for working intuitively with an event in the future. (66 minutes)

Life Visioning

Nobody else possesses your unprecedented blend of gifts, experiences, and perspectives. So why have you been given this singular treasure, and what will you do with it? This is the focus of Michael Bernard Beckwith’s new book Life Visioning: A Transformative Process for Activating Your Unique Gifts and Highest Potential. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Beckwith about the four evolutionary stages of the development of consciousness and how the Life Visioning Process works in each stage. Tami and Michael also discuss some of the biggest obstacles people experience with Life Visioning, and the importance of unconditional love as the atmosphere for the Life Visioning Process. (63 minutes)

Andrew Newberg: God and the Brain

In this week’s episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Andrew Newberg, director of research at the Myrna Brind Center for Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Medical College, and adjunct assistant professor in the department of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Tami asks Dr. Newberg about some of the new findings in the emerging field of neurotheology, which studies the links between faith, neurobiology, and the mysteries of the psyche. What changes take place in the brain of people who meditate or pray? What happens when we die? How does faith influence both our brain chemistry and the overall quality of our lives? Join Tami Simon and Dr. Andrew Newberg for a fascinating discussion of these questions and more. (63 minutes)

Donna Eden: Uplifting Energy

Tami Simon speaks with Donna Eden, a renowned energy medicine expert who has taught throughout the US, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and South America. Along with her partner David Feinstein, Donna is author of the books Energy Medicine and Energy Medicine for Women, and with Sounds True she has produced the multimedia program The Energy Medicine Kit. In this episode, Tami speaks with Donna about her experiences as someone who both sees energy and has healed herself from serious medical challenges. Donna also shares two energy practices: a technique to evolve our fight-flight-or-freeze response, and another for opening with total trust to the energy of the heavens. (63 minutes)

Jon Kabat-Zinn: The Mindfulness Revolution

Tami Simon speaks with Jon Kabat-Zinn, the founder and director of the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts, whose trailblazing research has helped bring mindfulness meditation into mainstream medicine. Jon is the author of Wherever You Go, There You Are, and with Sounds True he has written a new book with an accompanying CD of guided practices, Mindfulness for Beginners. In this episode, Tami speaks with Jon about the role of science in validating mindfulness practice, the 180-degree shift that lets us rest in awareness instead of identifying with our thoughts, and the potential renaissance in the world that may arise from a “mindfulness revolution.” (73 minutes)

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