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Three Things I've Learned with Susan Dolci: Sharing the Stories That Shift Our Souls

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Three Things I've Learned with Susan Dolci: Sharing the Stories That Shift Our Souls

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Join Susan Dolci and her guests as they share the stories that shift our souls. Harnessing the soul-shifting magic of storytelling, guests share their personal experiences of radical transformations, courageous breakthroughs, and life lessons. We are all students in this soul school called "life." We don't need to do this alone. Why not share our notes?

Latest Episodes

Surviving the Holidays After Losing a Loved One with Gary Roe

Holidays can hurt. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc. These times surface our losses like nothing else. We're keenly aware of who's missing. We bump into a memory with every step. How do we do this? Award-winning author, hospice chaplan and grief counselor Gary Roe has become a trusted voice to many hurting, grieving hearts. Written with hearfelt compassion, this easy-to-read, practical book has been dubbed by many as the "Holiday Survival Kit." - Surviving the Holidays Without You: Navigating Grief During Special Seasons. Get Gary's FREE e-book, Grief: 9 Things I Wish I had Known Also download Gary's 8 Tips for Handling Holiday Grief

--2 d ago
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Surviving the Holidays After Losing a Loved One with Gary Roe

Three Keys to Freeing Yourself From Suffering with guest host Susan Dolci and her special guest Walueska Lazo

Unbeknownst to you, your life has hidden some of the very best gifts it has for you inside your most painful and challenging circumstances. If you are unaware of their purpose at the time they happen, such events may seem devastating to you. But rest assured, it is in the dark, cloudy moments of your life that youll learn the most about your power and natural abilities as a human being. Often it is from the painful experiences where we must stare directly into the face of our fears, that we gain the wisdom and strength to become who we were meant to be and to do what we came to do. It was through finding the gift in her pain that Waleuska Lazo was able to use that same pain as a weapon for recovery and now uses it as her lifes purpose to help others find the gift in their's. Watch live on Facebook. www.facebook.com/transformationtalkradio/

--2 w ago
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Three Keys to Freeing Yourself From Suffering with guest host Susan Dolci and her special guest Walueska Lazo

Shoes That Fit, Every Child Deserves Them with Amy Fass

Many of us are not aware that 1 in 5 children live in poverty. One telling sign of this poverty is a kid's shoes. So many kids are teased and ridiculed just because of their worn out shoes. Hand me downs might provide a larger pair of shoes but it can't boost a kids morale and sense of self-worth like a brand new pair of athletic shoes. That's where Shoes That Fit comes in. They partner with local schools and chapters to provide brand new shoes to kids in need. Working with companies like Nordstrom they are able to impact a child's self-esteem, more physical activity and improved school attendance. Join me as I chat with Amy Fass, CEO of Shoes That Fit to learn how and why the organization was founded and how you can help. Giving Tuesday is only a few weeks away and you can make a difference in a kid's life!

--2 w ago
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Shoes That Fit, Every Child Deserves Them with Amy Fass

How to Have Grace-Filled Political Conversations with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers

It's ELECTION DAY y'all and regardless of what side of the aisle you stand on I hope you voted. It's not just a right but a privilege and everyone's vote matters. If there ever was a time that we needed guidance on how to have "grace-filled" politcal conversations, it's now! Join me as I chat with the creators of the podcast Pantsuit Politics and co-authors of their new book I Think You're Wrong, But I'm Listening: A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations,Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers. "Sarah from the left and Beth from the right show us that, impossible as it may seem, we truly can have calm, gracefilled conversations with one another - by putting relationship before policy and understanding before argument." I Think You're Wrong, But I'm Listening

--NOV 4
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How to Have Grace-Filled Political Conversations with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers

The Mortal's Guide to Dying Well with Cindy Kaufman

Certified End of Life Doula, Cindy Kaufman shares her wisdom gained in her more than 25 years in the field of death and dying. Kaufman highlights the ways our fear-of-death culture hinders our acceptance of the inevitability of our dying, and how this negatively impacts our willingness to talk openly within our families and communities about our wishes for our final days, whenever they may come. Cindy Kaufman, MEd, EdS, brings her background in counselor education, as well as her more than 25 years as a hospice volunteer, to her work as a Certified End of Life Doula, home funeral guide, death educator, and author of the international best-selling book, The Mortals Guide to Dying Well Practical Wisdom from an End of Life Doula. Cindy is the owner of HeartSpeak End of Life Companioning LLC, and she is a Co-founder and President of the Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative. She serves as a compassionate companion on lifes final journey for the dying person and their loved ones.

--OCT 21
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The Mortal's Guide to Dying Well with Cindy Kaufman

SCANDAL in the SHADOWS The Original Priest - Mother Mary with Margaret Mary O'Connor

SCANDAL in the SHADOWS focuses in on something unbelievably incredible which took place in the early history of the Catholic Church, the existence of Mary Priest, otherwise know as Mary Mother of God. Let any Catholic or Christian see the Catholic Church like they've never before have seen it. This book is meant to ignite a global discussion on the true fact of past Women Bishops, Women Deacons, and Women Priests, to finally end this centuries old scandal of lies and cover-up coming from the Catholic Hierarchy.

--OCT 7
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SCANDAL in the SHADOWS The Original Priest - Mother Mary with Margaret Mary O'Connor

The Wisdom of the Woods with author Holly Worton

Right now I need a little magic in my life. I want that feeling I had when I was a kid and I played in my Grandma's garden with my shimmering fairy friends. Immune to the woes of the world...a call to innocence and wonder. A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Holly Worton, author of the international bestseller "If Tree Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods." Holly is a self-proclaimed Tree Whisperer, a member of the Druid order OBOD and just an all-around amazing human. Reading her book took me back to that time before logic and reason hijacked my ability to perceive the magic of nature. Grab a cup of tea, a sprinkle of fairy dust and get ready to listen to the lessons of the trees.

--SEP 16
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The Wisdom of the Woods with author Holly Worton

"Persuade, Don't Preach: Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide" with Karen Tibbals

"Would you like to have Thanksgiving without yelling at your uncle about politics? How about spending the day with your in-laws on the opposite side of the aisle without walking on eggshells? Your best-friend from high-school? Your neighbor? Persuade, Dont' Preachgives you the tools to have productive conversations with those you don't agree with. As a society, we've become so polarized, we barely know how to talk to each other anymore. When we disagree, we often preach. And then the other person freezes or explodes. We wind up even more polarized than we were to begin with. What's the key to get past this? It all comes down to persuading instead of preaching. Karen Tibbals distills the latest social science research to create a practical plan for talking to others in a respectful way - a way that enables people to get past their differences." Excerpt from the back cover of Persuade, Don't Preach by Karen Tibbals

--SEP 2
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"Persuade, Don't Preach: Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide" with Karen Tibbals

Support for the School Year: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion with Cheryl Blackington

Each August, teachers, parents, and students anxiously await the beginning of a new school year. It is a time of new beginnings; of learning new things and making new friendsas well as facing new challenges. We look forward to seeing our friends again and returning to a predictable schedule. This year, however, we can add the fear of the unknown to this already rich stew. In times like these practicing mindfulness and mindful self-compassion is very helpful. By practicing these skills, we can see our worries more objectively, gain a better understanding of how we can take care of ourselves, and choose to focus on what is within our control during a national health crisis thats changing day by day. Join Susan and her special guest, Cheryl Blackington, Certified Mindfulness Instructor, as they discuss the value of mindfulness and self-compassion in times of uncertainty as well as how to create a compassionate weekly schedule for you and your family.

--AUG 19
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Support for the School Year: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion with Cheryl Blackington

Perfect to I'Mperfect: Breaking the Barriers of Addiction to Own Life with Shannon Rafalowski

Shannon spent a lifetime living on the edge of adventure and moving from one thing to another with several accomplishments. Busy, busy, busy! From the outside, it appeared as if she had it all! She lived in great cities with successful jobs, has a beautiful family, a beautiful house, great friends, very fit and athletic, traveled and studied to exotic places, etc. When a series of events rocked her world, she realized she was dying a slow death, and she had a choice to live or die. For 36+ years, her best friend was an unkind friend. Its name could be as simple as addiction or to be more specific perfectionism or bulimia. They were masks that overpowered her true self and who she truly was. She asked herself the bigger question, "How do I rid myself of this beast inside. What am I here to do? Who am I? What is my purpose?" Join me and Shannon as she shares how she was able to peel back the layers of limiting beliefs that held her captive and how she freed herself from bulimia, perfe...

--AUG 5
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Perfect to I'Mperfect: Breaking the Barriers of Addiction to Own Life with Shannon Rafalowski

Latest Episodes

Surviving the Holidays After Losing a Loved One with Gary Roe

Holidays can hurt. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc. These times surface our losses like nothing else. We're keenly aware of who's missing. We bump into a memory with every step. How do we do this? Award-winning author, hospice chaplan and grief counselor Gary Roe has become a trusted voice to many hurting, grieving hearts. Written with hearfelt compassion, this easy-to-read, practical book has been dubbed by many as the "Holiday Survival Kit." - Surviving the Holidays Without You: Navigating Grief During Special Seasons. Get Gary's FREE e-book, Grief: 9 Things I Wish I had Known Also download Gary's 8 Tips for Handling Holiday Grief

--2 d ago
Comments
Surviving the Holidays After Losing a Loved One with Gary Roe

Three Keys to Freeing Yourself From Suffering with guest host Susan Dolci and her special guest Walueska Lazo

Unbeknownst to you, your life has hidden some of the very best gifts it has for you inside your most painful and challenging circumstances. If you are unaware of their purpose at the time they happen, such events may seem devastating to you. But rest assured, it is in the dark, cloudy moments of your life that youll learn the most about your power and natural abilities as a human being. Often it is from the painful experiences where we must stare directly into the face of our fears, that we gain the wisdom and strength to become who we were meant to be and to do what we came to do. It was through finding the gift in her pain that Waleuska Lazo was able to use that same pain as a weapon for recovery and now uses it as her lifes purpose to help others find the gift in their's. Watch live on Facebook. www.facebook.com/transformationtalkradio/

--2 w ago
Comments
Three Keys to Freeing Yourself From Suffering with guest host Susan Dolci and her special guest Walueska Lazo

Shoes That Fit, Every Child Deserves Them with Amy Fass

Many of us are not aware that 1 in 5 children live in poverty. One telling sign of this poverty is a kid's shoes. So many kids are teased and ridiculed just because of their worn out shoes. Hand me downs might provide a larger pair of shoes but it can't boost a kids morale and sense of self-worth like a brand new pair of athletic shoes. That's where Shoes That Fit comes in. They partner with local schools and chapters to provide brand new shoes to kids in need. Working with companies like Nordstrom they are able to impact a child's self-esteem, more physical activity and improved school attendance. Join me as I chat with Amy Fass, CEO of Shoes That Fit to learn how and why the organization was founded and how you can help. Giving Tuesday is only a few weeks away and you can make a difference in a kid's life!

--2 w ago
Comments
Shoes That Fit, Every Child Deserves Them with Amy Fass

How to Have Grace-Filled Political Conversations with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers

It's ELECTION DAY y'all and regardless of what side of the aisle you stand on I hope you voted. It's not just a right but a privilege and everyone's vote matters. If there ever was a time that we needed guidance on how to have "grace-filled" politcal conversations, it's now! Join me as I chat with the creators of the podcast Pantsuit Politics and co-authors of their new book I Think You're Wrong, But I'm Listening: A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations,Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers. "Sarah from the left and Beth from the right show us that, impossible as it may seem, we truly can have calm, gracefilled conversations with one another - by putting relationship before policy and understanding before argument." I Think You're Wrong, But I'm Listening

--NOV 4
Comments
How to Have Grace-Filled Political Conversations with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers

The Mortal's Guide to Dying Well with Cindy Kaufman

Certified End of Life Doula, Cindy Kaufman shares her wisdom gained in her more than 25 years in the field of death and dying. Kaufman highlights the ways our fear-of-death culture hinders our acceptance of the inevitability of our dying, and how this negatively impacts our willingness to talk openly within our families and communities about our wishes for our final days, whenever they may come. Cindy Kaufman, MEd, EdS, brings her background in counselor education, as well as her more than 25 years as a hospice volunteer, to her work as a Certified End of Life Doula, home funeral guide, death educator, and author of the international best-selling book, The Mortals Guide to Dying Well Practical Wisdom from an End of Life Doula. Cindy is the owner of HeartSpeak End of Life Companioning LLC, and she is a Co-founder and President of the Colorado End-of-Life Collaborative. She serves as a compassionate companion on lifes final journey for the dying person and their loved ones.

--OCT 21
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The Mortal's Guide to Dying Well with Cindy Kaufman

SCANDAL in the SHADOWS The Original Priest - Mother Mary with Margaret Mary O'Connor

SCANDAL in the SHADOWS focuses in on something unbelievably incredible which took place in the early history of the Catholic Church, the existence of Mary Priest, otherwise know as Mary Mother of God. Let any Catholic or Christian see the Catholic Church like they've never before have seen it. This book is meant to ignite a global discussion on the true fact of past Women Bishops, Women Deacons, and Women Priests, to finally end this centuries old scandal of lies and cover-up coming from the Catholic Hierarchy.

--OCT 7
Comments
SCANDAL in the SHADOWS The Original Priest - Mother Mary with Margaret Mary O'Connor

The Wisdom of the Woods with author Holly Worton

Right now I need a little magic in my life. I want that feeling I had when I was a kid and I played in my Grandma's garden with my shimmering fairy friends. Immune to the woes of the world...a call to innocence and wonder. A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Holly Worton, author of the international bestseller "If Tree Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods." Holly is a self-proclaimed Tree Whisperer, a member of the Druid order OBOD and just an all-around amazing human. Reading her book took me back to that time before logic and reason hijacked my ability to perceive the magic of nature. Grab a cup of tea, a sprinkle of fairy dust and get ready to listen to the lessons of the trees.

--SEP 16
Comments
The Wisdom of the Woods with author Holly Worton

"Persuade, Don't Preach: Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide" with Karen Tibbals

"Would you like to have Thanksgiving without yelling at your uncle about politics? How about spending the day with your in-laws on the opposite side of the aisle without walking on eggshells? Your best-friend from high-school? Your neighbor? Persuade, Dont' Preachgives you the tools to have productive conversations with those you don't agree with. As a society, we've become so polarized, we barely know how to talk to each other anymore. When we disagree, we often preach. And then the other person freezes or explodes. We wind up even more polarized than we were to begin with. What's the key to get past this? It all comes down to persuading instead of preaching. Karen Tibbals distills the latest social science research to create a practical plan for talking to others in a respectful way - a way that enables people to get past their differences." Excerpt from the back cover of Persuade, Don't Preach by Karen Tibbals

--SEP 2
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"Persuade, Don't Preach: Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide" with Karen Tibbals

Support for the School Year: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion with Cheryl Blackington

Each August, teachers, parents, and students anxiously await the beginning of a new school year. It is a time of new beginnings; of learning new things and making new friendsas well as facing new challenges. We look forward to seeing our friends again and returning to a predictable schedule. This year, however, we can add the fear of the unknown to this already rich stew. In times like these practicing mindfulness and mindful self-compassion is very helpful. By practicing these skills, we can see our worries more objectively, gain a better understanding of how we can take care of ourselves, and choose to focus on what is within our control during a national health crisis thats changing day by day. Join Susan and her special guest, Cheryl Blackington, Certified Mindfulness Instructor, as they discuss the value of mindfulness and self-compassion in times of uncertainty as well as how to create a compassionate weekly schedule for you and your family.

--AUG 19
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Support for the School Year: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion with Cheryl Blackington

Perfect to I'Mperfect: Breaking the Barriers of Addiction to Own Life with Shannon Rafalowski

Shannon spent a lifetime living on the edge of adventure and moving from one thing to another with several accomplishments. Busy, busy, busy! From the outside, it appeared as if she had it all! She lived in great cities with successful jobs, has a beautiful family, a beautiful house, great friends, very fit and athletic, traveled and studied to exotic places, etc. When a series of events rocked her world, she realized she was dying a slow death, and she had a choice to live or die. For 36+ years, her best friend was an unkind friend. Its name could be as simple as addiction or to be more specific perfectionism or bulimia. They were masks that overpowered her true self and who she truly was. She asked herself the bigger question, "How do I rid myself of this beast inside. What am I here to do? Who am I? What is my purpose?" Join me and Shannon as she shares how she was able to peel back the layers of limiting beliefs that held her captive and how she freed herself from bulimia, perfe...

--AUG 5
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Perfect to I'Mperfect: Breaking the Barriers of Addiction to Own Life with Shannon Rafalowski
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