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Inviting us to receive the ultimate gift, Adam shares the direct experience of the heart and mind falling open. In this effortless opening, the suffering involved in resisting feelings and believing thoughts spontaneously releases. Our natural abundance of joy, peace, wisdom, and love becomes apparent and available. Heart-centered, gentle, and direct, Adam offers a path straight into the truth of who you are. "Adam is a great messenger of truth. He has a very unique transmission that does wo ...
 
Have you ever wanted to become an entrepreneur, but thought that goal never applied to you? Hear from people just like you! People who started at corporate jobs, eventually started their own businesses, and haven’t looked back. Get the encouragement you need to chart your own path and control your future. It’s Neil Thompson Speaks!
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
The coronavirus pandemic has turned our lives upside down. Parent Trapped is here to help. Each week, host Ann Marie Baldonado checks in with authors, educators, and celebrities to bring you real-world stories and tips. You'll hear from experts and listeners on everything from juggling work and school with kids at home to awesome pillow fort designs (!) and great family movies. Common Sense created Parent Trapped to capture parents' candid stories and moments when reality meets (comic) relie ...
 
World’s Greatest Love Stories is a podcast that celebrates the most compelling, inspiring, memorable real-life love stories from yesterday and today. Each episode embarks on the historical and romantic journey of one couple, unveiling the events and unique circumstances that bring them together and that create an unforgettable story. By combining intimate details with the most defining moments of each relationship, the series examines what it takes to cultivate meaningful love while giving u ...
 
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Dr. Autumn-Lynn Harrison is Program Manager of the Migratory Connectivity Project and a Research Ecologist at the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke University and an Affiliate Professor at George Mason University. Her research focuses on the migration of marine animals such as seabirds and seals. …
 
Dr. Jennifer Grandis is a Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Director of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and Associate Vice Chancellor of Clinical and Translational Research at the University of California, San Francisco. She is also an American Cancer Society Professor. Jennifer is a Cancer Bio…
 
Dr. Robert C. Malenka is the Pritzker Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Director of the Pritzker Laboratory, and Deputy Director of the Stanford Neurosciences Institute at Stanford University. Rob's research focuses on how brain cells communicate with each other through chemical and electrical signals. They examine how the connection…
 
The habit of looking outside of oneself is a collective trance that has to be broken, in order to be free. As long as we are in imagination about the future or constantly recycling the past, we are not able to access eternal truth that is always here. Making an inner decision in choosing to be present, and then practicing bringing ones attention ba…
 
Dr. Wendy Chung is the Herbert Irving Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine and Director of Clinical Genetics at Columbia University. As a human molecular geneticist, she seeks out rare and unexpected causes behind health problems in people. Her laboratory works to identify genes that cause human diseases and use this information to inform…
 
Dr. Randi Martin is the Elma Schneider Professor in the Department of Psychology at Rice University and an Adjunct Professor of Otorhinolaryngology and Communicative Science at Baylor College of Medicine. Randi's lab studies how the brain carries out language and memory functions. To do this, they work with people who have had damage to specific ar…
 
Dr. Gabriella Vigliocco is Professor of Psychology and Language Sciences in the Department of Experimental Psychology at University College London. There, she is also Director of the Cognition and Language Laboratory and Director of the Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme in the Ecological Study of the Brain. In addition, Gabriella is a Scientis…
 
Dr. Jim Hudspeth is the F.M. Kirby Professor at The Rockefeller University, and he leads the Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience there. In addition, he is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. In the lab, Jim studies hearing to address common hearing problems and to understand how the ear is able to accomplish impressive feats such as allo…
 
Dr. Vic Arcus is a Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Waikato in New Zealand. In the lab, Vic works as a biochemist to understand the function of enzymes both within and outside of cells. Lately, he has also been studying the evolution of enzymes. Vic's interests outside of science include music and exercise. He is an amateur tri…
 
Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon have the distinction of being the first gay couple to be married in the state of California. But their journey to the altar is far from an easy one. That's because, after that fateful day in 1949 when girl meets girl, the two will spend much of their 55-year love affair fighting for basic human rights beginning with the …
 
Dr. Jennifer Graham-Engeland is an Associate Professor in the Biobehavioral Health Department at The Pennsylvania State University. Jennifer investigates how psychological stress affects physical health. Though there are some instances where stress can be beneficial, severe or chronic stress can be harmful and debilitating. Jennifer’s research has …
 
Dr. Fan-Gang Zeng is Director of the Center for Hearing Research and Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Biomedical Engineering, Cognitive Sciences and Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of California, Irvine. The goal of Fan-Gang's work is to help people with hearing impairments hear better. He does this using an electroni…
 
This is the first meeting of a 5-part series, whereby Susanne met with a group of sincere spiritual travellers, answering questions in depth on a wide range of topics regarding spiritual practice. The full 5-meeting series is offered for sale under Premium Audio. For more information on current online events, visit: https://susannemarie.org/events…
 
Dr. Hélène Morlon is a Research Scientist with the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) at the Institute of Biology at the Ecole Nomale Supérieure in Paris. She is also affiliated to the Interdisciplinary Center for Research in Biology at the Collège de France. Hélène studies biodiversity and is interested in understanding questions like …
 
Realization has many stages. With the awakening of mind, the Self is clearly cognized as separate from relative experience. This brings the ability for the mind to rest in and as awareness. As the heart awakens, it sees the world and itself as united and undivided, birthing compassion for all of life. With the awakening of the body, form knows itse…
 
Dr. Ed Belbruno is a professional artist, specializing in abstract expressionist paintings, Clinical Professor of Mathematics at Yeshiva University, a Visiting Research Associate in the Astrophysics Department at Princeton University, and President and Founder of the company Innovative Orbital Design. Ed is a mathematician who applies his work to a…
 
Cesar Chavez is famous the world over for being a relentless labor leader and civil rights activist who spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of farmworkers and their families. For decades, he worked to get this disenfranchised group higher wages, safer working conditions, and a better life in general. But he doesn’t undertake this monumental cr…
 
Dr. Andrea Califano is the Clyde and Helen Wu Professor of Chemical Systems Biology in the Departments of Systems Biology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics, and Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University. He is Founding Chair of the Department of Systems Biology, Director of the JP Sulzberger Columbia Genome Center, and Associate Director for…
 
Dr. Sharon Antonucci is a clinical researcher, speech-language pathologist, and Director of the MossRehab Aphasia Center. She works primarily with people who have a language impairment called aphasia as a result of a stroke. Sharon is particularly interested in understanding how information related to the meaning of words can be accessed in people …
 
Dr. Jan Westpheling is a Professor of Genetics in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia. In the lab, Jan is dedicated to her research on biofuels. Her lab works to engineer bacteria that help convert non-food crop plants like switchgrass into useful fuels like ethanol. Jan lives on eight acres of old-growth forest a…
 
On February 10, 1863, a wedding occurs in Manhattan’s Grace Church that takes New York City and the rest of the world by storm. The “fairy wedding” as it will be known, has a guest list that consists of the crème de le crème of high society and is so popular with the masses that it knocks coverage of the American Civil War (which is at its height) …
 
Dr. Ricardo Araneda is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Maryland. In the lab, Ricardo is dedicated to studying the sense of smell. Smells are important for communication for a lot of animals, and there is a strong link between smell and taste. He studies the cells in the brain that help us determine what we a…
 
Dr. Paul Schimmel is Professor of Molecular Medicine and of Chemistry at Scripps Research Institute. He also holds an appointment with the Institute for Advanced Study at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, is the author of a widely used three volume textbook on biophysical chemistry, and is a co-founder or founding director of eleven b…
 
Dr. Wakenda Tyler is an Associate Professor in Orthopaedic Oncology and Metabolic Bone Disease and Adult Reconstruction at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Wakenda is an orthopedic surgical oncologist. She is an orthopedic surgeon with a clinical and research focus on cancerous tumours found in bones, tendon, soft tissue, ligament, and m…
 
Great love stories come in all shapes and sizes and the one Swedish model-maker Eija-Ritta Eklöf has for her man is no exception. The love affair begins in 1961 when she is just seven years old and watching a television program about an electrifying new construction project in Berlin, Germany. Unfolding on screen right before her eyes is the birth …
 
Dr. Shailesh Kantak is a clinician scientist, an Institute Scientist, and Director of the Neuroplasticity and Motor Behavior Laboratory at Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI). He is also a recently tenured Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Arcadia University. Shailesh is dedicated to helping people with neurolog…
 
Professor Dame Kay Davies is the Dr. Lee's Professor of Anatomy in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics and Director of the MRC Functional Genomics Unit at the University of Oxford. She is also the Honorary Director of the MRC Functional Genomics Unit, a deputy chairman of the Wellcome Trust, and Executive Editor of the journal Human …
 
Dr. Charles Cockell is a Professor of Astrobiology in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh and Director of the UK Centre for Astrobiology. In addition, he is the Founder and Chair of the Earth and Space Foundation and also the Co-Founder, current Board Member, and Past President of the Association of Mars Explorers. Ch…
 
Pierre and Marie Curie are the most successful and renowned husband and wife team in the history of science. Together they make discoveries in radioactivity (even coining the term ‘radioactivity’) that will lead to everything from the modern X-ray to radiation therapy for cancer treatment. But their path to true love and scientific innovation is fa…
 
Dr. Rachel Wong is a Professor in the Department of Biological Structure at the University of Washington. In her lab, Rachel is working to understand how neural circuits in the retina (the light-sensitive part of our eye) are assembled during our development and how they can be repaired or rewired in disease. Outside of science, Rachel has a passio…
 
Dr. Amanda Therrien is an Institute Scientist and Director of the Sensorimotor Learning Laboratory at Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI). As a sensorimotor neuroscientist, Amanda studies how the brain integrates incoming sensory information with motor commands to control body movements. She is interested in better understanding how the n…
 
Dr. Jess Adkins is a Professor of Geochemistry at California Institute of Technology. Jess is an oceanographer who studies the history of the earth's climate. He is working to understand the inner workings of the earth's climate system by studying long-term shifts in climate that are documented in the chemical, biological, and geological records of…
 
Dr. Herbert Geller is a Senior Investigator in the Developmental Neurobiology Section and Head of the Office of Education at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health. The Geller lab investigates why people don't recover from central nervous system injuries including spinal cord injuries. They are working on…
 
John and Abigail Adams are arguably, America’s first power couple. John is one of the United States’ founding fathers and its 2nd President. And although she grows up in a time and place when a woman’s role is a domestic one and they're meant to be seen not heard, Abigail is a true outlier. She is highly intelligent, multilingual, politically savvy…
 
Dr. Anna Frebel is the Silverman Family Career Development Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). As an astrophysicist, Anna spends her time working with students, reviewing and analyzing data on the computer, and occasionally traveling to telescopes for observing time. Her research focuses on identifying and study…
 
Dr. Jack Schultz is a Professor in Plant Sciences and Director of the Bond Life Sciences Center at the University of Missouri. Jack is interested in understanding why insects and other animals don't consume all of the plants in the world. In his research, Jack has examined chemical defenses of plants and also chemical signaling in plants that can b…
 
Pop icon Sir Elton John became rich, famous, and wildly successful by the age of just 23, but finding true love did not come so easily. After years of alcohol and drug abuse which fueled toxic and destructive relationships with both men and women, Elton knew something had to change. So after getting sober at 43, he decides to bring some new people …
 
Dr. Lily Wang is a Professor of Architectural Engineering in the Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction and the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Faculty Development in the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Lily's research is in the field of architectural acoustics, which helps us understand …
 
While each person’s spiritual journey is unique, there are common themes and landscapes that we share. In this meeting I share my personal understanding of the evolution that takes place as we evolve out of being a self-centered individual, to being divinely centered (unity), and finally beyond to No-Self. In Part 2, I fill in some gaps left out of…
 
Dr. Peter Crane is the Carl W. Knobloch Jr. Dean of the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and Professor of Botany at Yale University. Much of Peter’s work has involved studying fossil plants, particularly plants from about 130 million years ago, to find out what they tell us about plant evolution and the evolution of flowering plants. Pe…
 
While each person’s spiritual journey is unique, there are common themes and landscapes that we share. In this meeting I share my personal understanding of the evolution that takes place as we evolve out of being a self-centered individual, to being divinely centered (unity), and finally beyond to No-Self.…
 
Dr. Yasmin Hurd is Professor of Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Pharmacology and Systems Therapeutics as well as the Ward-Coleman Chair in Translational Neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine in New York. She is also Director of the Center for Addictive Disorders in the Mount Sinai Behavioral Health System. Yasmin studies the brain and addiction…
 
Jackie Robinson is the first black player to make it into Major League Baseball in the modern era. He is also one of the most important and admired people in baseball history… if not in American history. But what many don’t know about Jackie Robinson is that his rise to the big leagues was no solo effort. Although his wife Rachel doesn’t swing at a…
 
Dr. George Hajishengallis is a Professor in the Department of Microbiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. Through his research, George is trying to understand how the immune system interacts with oral bacteria. He is curious about why you see destruction of gums and the bone that supports the teeth in some people. They…
 
Dr. John Whyte is the Founding Director and Institute Scientist Emeritus at the Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI), as well as the Founding Director of the Responsiveness Program at the Drucker Brain Injury Center at MossRehab. The goal of John’s research is to help people perform the tasks and roles they are interested in doing, regardl…
 
Dr. Amy Vollmer is Professor and Department Chair of Biology at Swarthmore College. Amy is interested in understanding how bacteria sense and respond to their environment. In addition to her research, she is passionate about teaching through her classroom lectures and public science literacy efforts. Family is really important for Amy, and she like…
 
Falling in love with and marrying a prince has been written about and fantasized about by women for centuries. So when American socialite Wallis Simpson meets the Prince of Wales in 1931, a fairy tale story begins to take shape… sort of. That’s because when the prince is unexpectedly thrust onto the throne and becomes King of England, things begin …
 
In the final days of World War II, army intelligence officer Lt. Kurt Klein is given orders to go check out an abandoned Czechoslovakian bicycle factory. There, he comes across a young Polish woman named Gerda Weissman. Her unimaginable physical decay and frailty reveal the consequences of her years spent in arguably the worst place the war has to …
 
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