Religion And Spirituality Podcasts
From the early 1970's through the late 1980's, Lex Hixon hosted a radio program at WBAI in New York City that was unprecedented in its depth, scope, insight and creativity. Entitled "In The Spirit," it appeared as both "Body/Mind/Spirit" for a time and "Spirit/Mind/Body" as well. On this long running inspirational program that spanned two decades and which was sponsored in listener supported fashion on WBAI Radio, Lex interviewed educators, healers, clergy, authors, artists, psychics, spiritual leaders, teachers and a host of others. As a list, the fruit of this selfless work reads like a comprehensive Who's Who of the spiritual, artistic and intellectual heart and mind of both eastern and western cultures. With subtle tenderness and insight, though never lacking the penetrating edge which makes for excellent broadcasting, Lex welcomed the orthodox and the unorthodox, the conservative and the radical, the famous and the obscure, the popular and the controversial, the powerful and the humble, the aggressive and the retiring. He interviewed swamis, priests, rabbis, roshis, sheikhs, rinpoches, yogis, gurus, poets, musicians, psychics, occultists, authors, writers, teachers, politicians, businessmen and more-a collection which also includes such guests as the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa, to name a few. Lex himself wrote: "During my ten years as a graduate student, I became a radio journalist, broadcasting a weekly, two hour interview show called "In the Spirit," over New York radio (WBAI), from 1971 to 1984. This endeavor involved a tremendous amount of fieldwork in newly emerging American spiritual consciousness, as well as an opportunity to meet the finest representatives of world-traditions who visited New York City. I met literally hundreds of teachers and students - both unknown and well-known, both authentic and not-so-authentic-observing the interesting dynamics of cultural interaction and spiritual growth"
By Lex Hixon, Puroshottama, Sheikh Nur al-Anwar al-Jerrahi
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By Meb Crystal
Lancé il y a 10 ans, Hozana.org est un réseau social de prière (site web + application) qui permet de rejoindre des communautés de prière autour de thématiques spirituelles, et de déposer des intentions de prière. Il rassemble plus d'un million de membres à travers le monde, en 4 langues (français, anglais, espagnol, portugais).
Experience the dynamic Ministry of Pastor Loren Larson in these anointed Messages. Your life will be touched and your heart changed by Spirit of God. Brother Larson has been anointed to teach and explain the Message of the Cross. Your faith will be challenged as you listen to these messages. These messages are taken from Bro. Loren Larson's daily Sonlife Radio Preaching Broadcast and recent Family Worship Center services aired over the Sonlife Broadcasting Network. For more information please visit www.jsm.org and www.sonlifetv.com
By Jimmy Swaggart Ministries
The Casual Temple is a place where individuals gather to share and learn the many ways we are connected to the unseen world and how that empowers us to know our true selves and I am your host Merrily Duffy. On the Casual Temple we will hear from every day people discussing their magickal practices, psychic phenomena, energy healing as well as hear about their amazing mystical and paranormal experiences.
By Merrily Duffy
A former Christian of 30 years, I've joined countless others in breaking the bonds of fear and superstition to live a truthful, fulfilled, exciting life. As a professional video producer, I create short-form videos designed to entertain, generate discussion, ask and answer questions, and generally blow some fresh air through the cobwebs.
By The Thinking Atheist