This show is for women looking to elevate to their next level, who are ready to shift and grow their mindsets, businesses and health by saying YES to themselves and taking steps to call in the lives they desire and deserve. If you are ready to refuse mediocrity by combining strategy and spirituality in order to team up with the Universe and co-create the life of your DREAMS, live up to your true fierce potential and intense power, then this show is for you.
By Lily Howard
Sounds Like Bliss is a podcast hosted by women's mentor and writer, Tara Bliss. Conversations with friends, new and old and soul riffs straight from her heart into your headphones. Explore the struggles, celebrations and devotions that make life what it is, and ride the rollercoaster of deep thoughts; interrupted often by belly laughs.
By Tara Bliss
Before you can read an Akashic Record for others it's helpful to know what the Akashics is, how to navigate through it, and how to read your own. Each episode will explore an aspect of the Akashics ranging from general information on how to access it, discussions of beings who reside there and how to interact with them, tours of unusual or lesser known areas of the Akashics, healing practices, Akashic meditations, and of course discussions about the Akashic Library and your soul book. These discussions are focused on how to help you use the wisdom you gain in the Akashics to create the life you desire and deserve.
By Teri Uktena
This is a truly unique show. Jay is a pastor, and every week he gives a message to his church. He stands on stage and says a lot of words, and then gets off stage and thinks about all the things he should’ve said. There is always a bunch of stuff left unsaid and a bunch of stuff he wishes he didn’t say. This is a podcast for all the things that should’ve been said. It’s post-church, post-sermon, post-pastor...post-script... It isn’t a sermon – it deconstructs sermons and gives you an inside look at what goes on in the heart and mind of a pastor every week.
By Jay Hewitt
Is it time to listen to something different? Something alternate, without the usual bias, or levity applied to subjects routinely dismissed? If you find yourself viewing the normal world as odd, or perhaps out-of-touch with your own reality, tune in to our podcast, where we will be sharing the words (and various missions) of the OeC Magazine columnists, and people within the different communities that touch our hearts, our souls, and of course, manifest change within our fractured world.Our podcasts will be a combination of interviews with people who work and/or live outside of the mainstream, a plethora of scripted non-fiction educational discussions touching on the latest conspiracies, ancient origins, ufology, the paranormal, fringe or new science, metaphysical musings, natural living, various product, event, service, book and DVD reviews, as well as some of my own supernatural fictional stories (scripted and at times, unscripted).The goal of The Open Minded Skeptic is to make you question, as well as to create short and to the point podcasts, no longer than ten minute soundbites (finger crossed)!Initially we will be transitioning across from our other platforms a number of interviews and articles from inside past issues of the Oddities e-Club Magazine, whilst catching up with previous interviewees to see how they are going on their guided path!If this sounds like you - tune in, or check out our website www.tomspod.com!
By Sharon Ann Rowland
Welcome to a podcast all about authentic living and compassionate, holistic personal development, geared towards the highly sensitive person. Catherine Andrews, the author of the popular Sunday Soother newsletter, discusses topics like self-worth, boundaries, emotional intelligence, recovering from people-pleasing and perfectionism, personal growth, holistic tools, and more. She also shares tips for how to reduce overwhelm as a highly sensitive person and learn to thrive and flourish as your authentic self. If you're interested in knowing yourself more deeply, living your life more meaningfully, and growing as a person with space for wisdom and compassion along the way, this is for you. The podcast comes out every Sunday morning.
By Catherine Andrews
Lots of laughs. Lots of fun. Lots of secret insights and tips. Lots of daily Q&A. When was the last time you listened to a feel-good podcast or radio program, one that made you feel good from beginning to end? Probably never, if you're like most people. LOAToday discusses all aspects of the Law of Attraction and the Power of Positive Thinking, and we do it in a way that appeals to your feel-good side ... even if you didn't know that you had a feel-good side! Listening to loatoday.net is a new experience for most people, because they're not used to feeling good by listening to a talk radio network or a podcast that also gives them the best tips and secrets for practicing the Law of Attraction. Join Alyx King, Ami Blackford, Cindie Chavez, Dan Mangena, Dean McMurray, Debbie G., Louis de Souza, Monique Scott, Rita Gigante, and Walt Thiessen five days a week, along with call-in listeners and previous co-hosts as we laugh, have fun, cheer each other up, and leave all our listeners feeling good after every show episode. And what a nice change THAT is compared to other lawofattraction programs! Plus, get some amazing ideas, advice, shared wins, and inspiration to help you get the many benefits that come from changing your mindset from not-feel-good to feel-good! Please note: we are followers of Abraham-Hicks and Neville Goddard. https://flattr.com/podcast/lawofattractionw
By LOAToday Talk Radio Network