Join our online community discussion to further explore the topic of what you think you can’t do and whether it’s true that you can’t. You will be fascinated with the insights that people shared about such patterns as; feeling that we can’t stop shaming ourselves and realizing this is because we are shaming ourselves to punish others who make us feel stupid. Or, feeling that we can’t do physical things and realizing that we are perfectly able to do them, but we don’t like the envy and separation that come from others’ envy, so we pretend to be weak in this area. Add your contribution and help co-create a very real online community!
On todayâs InsideOut Forum Discussion Call, we continued the conversation about whether we rush to judgment and why and how we can stop it. Every single person admitted that they do, indeed, rush to judgment. This seems to be a completely universal characteristic that we share. That fact takes away the shame immediately and allowed us to share openly and honestly about this less-than-attractive quality. Smile.
Join us for The InsideOut Forum Discussion Call at 6:00am Pacific time on Thursday mornings every week at 832-551-5100 x 173936, where we expand the conversation from the InsideOut radio show of that week. This week we look forward to continuing the discussion about grounded spirituality, what it is and how we can achieve it. It is a real call to awareness about how we use our spirituality to escape, at times, and what the consequences are. On the other hand, we can see how, if we use our spirituality to be grounded and to FACE reality, rather than escape it, we can become much more powerful agents of divine consciousness on earth. Join us! Bring your experiences and feelings to the community!
On today’s InsideOut Forum Discussion Call we expanded the conversation from the show about what we want to change in ourselves and can we begin to do it today. The theme that emerged in our discussion was that the things we want to change all have to do with changing the way we relate to ourselves, each other and reality. Whether it’s that I want to stop being self-absorbed or to stop looking good to others but not being real or to stop giving my resources to others out of obligation, we ALL have things we want to change. Join our very real conversation and help us continue to change together!
Join us on our blog to continue the fascinating and stimulating conversation about Democracy and how afraid we all are of having to listen to everyone’s feelings and take them into consideration! Share your feelings about who is “ruling” us. Explore how your own childhood experiences have shaped your political beliefs. We’d love to hear from you on the blog and we will respond, so that we can co-create an online community where it’s safe to be real.
What causes someone to become a spiritual teacher who dedicates his or her life to inspiring others? Have you ever wanted that identity for yourself? What are the joys? What are the pitfalls of ego, expectations and self-delusion that can accompany such an identity? Meet Simran Singh, host of 11:11 on VoiceAmericaâs 7th Wave channel, publisher of 11:11 Magazine and creator of the Rebel Road Tour. Many of you have heard her program and would like to know more about her from the inside out. We will be asking Simran about her early life as the child of an Indian Sikh family growing up in Bamberg, South Carolina. What can she share about living at the divide of 2 cultures? How did those experiences shape her personality? What was it like entering an arranged marriage? Why is she so passionate about transformation and authenticity? How does she handle having a bad hair day? If you are interested in an intimate portrait of Simran Singh, join us. And call in or email your questions.
Guest: Simran Singh
Born in South Carolina of Sikh parents, Simran Singh is an author, creative visionary, transformational catalyst and what she calls a rebel humanitarian. She is the publisher of the Nautilus AwardâWinning 11:11 Magazine and the host of the number-one rated 11:11 Talk Radio show on the 7th Wave ChannelÂ with VoiceAmerica. The author of Your Journey to Enlightenment and Conversations with The Universe, this Lead Rebel of The Rebel Road Tour impacts thousands with her message. Having lived in the divide of two cultures and suffered from living an inauthentic life, including an arranged marriage, her emergence is unique but very much like our own. Her passionate style takes individuals on a journey into courage, fearless authenticity, and presence through writing, speaking, creative expression and experience as the Rebel in her one-woman show, The Rebel Road: Connecting the Dots of What Was to What IS by illustrating the bridge between dark and Light. Meet her on InsideOut.
Tune in for a new episode of InsideOut “Inside a Spiritual Teacher” Listen in Tuesday April 1st at 3 PM Pacific on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel.
Step into a world of entertainment and enlightenment, where itâs safe to be real and fun to transform. Join us at InsideOut, where our outsides match our insides and we question anything and everything. Host Beth Green is wise, witty and down-to-earth, delving into issues that impact us all and offering fresh perspectives that make us think. She is joined by co-host James Maynard and two of her alter egos â the hilarious Madam Mazurka and the lofty âGuruâ â who add unexpected wisdom and humor to the mix. Blend in fascinating guests and great callers, and youâve got a show thatâs lively, funny and profound, all at the same time. An internationally-known intuitive counselor and spiritual teacher since 1980, Beth uses her amazing insight, compassion and humor to help us see ourselves more clearly and become both happier and a greater blessing to our world. Tune in. Call in. Email.Â And become a part of the gang at InsideOut. Tuesdays at 3 PM Pacific on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel.
Is this season getting to you â making you green with envy, red with frustration or just altogether blue? OR are you feeling great â green as in abundant, red as in jolly or blue as in serene? Or some mix of the above? To help us get centered for this holiday season, weâve invited back the warm and wise Helen Hillix-Di Santo, intuitive Marriage and Family Therapist, whoâll help us explore whatâs going on inside US during the holidays: why we get stressed, overindulge and overspend, and how we can turn this holiday season into a time of nurturing for our bodies, minds and spirits. Informed sources also tell us that Madam Mazurka and the âGuru,â two of Bethâs alter-egos, might make an appearance and add their delightful and unexpected comments. So put up your feet, sip on a healthy beverage, and join us for a moment of introspection, peace and goodwill toward ourselves, as we support one another to make this holiday season the best one yet. Join us! And call in or email us in advance.
Guest Bio: Helen Hillix-Di Santo
Helen Hillix-Di Santo is an intuitive counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice since 1985 in north San Diego County. Her career began with traditional training in psychology, with no real goal of becoming a counselor. The universe had other plans. After 8 years working as research psychologist and then director of a psychiatric hospital alternative, during which time she co-authored academic articles, presented at conferences and served on the Mental Health Advisory Board of San Diego County, Helen met Beth Green and her life changed. Helen has been studying intuition and body-mind-spirit healing with Beth since 1985. She integrates her warmth, humor, down-to-earth style and intuitive skill in her counseling work and continues to have a passion for transformation, hers and that of others. Sheâs also the Spiritual Director of The Stream Center for The New Spirituality. Sheâd love to meet you.
Tune in to this weeks episode “Green, Red or Blue? How Are You Doing in This Holiday Season?” on InsideOut Tuesday Dec. 17thÂ at 3 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel with Host Beth Green andÂ Co-Host James Maynard.Â Catch this episode and others here: http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/insideout
Step into a world of entertainment and enlightenment, where itâs safe to be real and fun to transform. Join us at InsideOut, where our outsides match our insides, we question anything and everything, and guests focus less on what they do and more on why they do it. Beth Green comments on life and the news, interviews fascinating guests, channels the hilarious Madam Mazurka and generally turns everything upside down and inside out. An internationally-known intuitive counselor and spiritual teacher for over 30 years, Beth has been using her amazing insight, wisdom, compassion and humor to help us see ourselves more clearly. And beyond that, she offers fresh ideas and approaches for us to change and heal. Tune in. Call in. Trust Beth to apply the same refreshing directness and honesty to everything â you, herself, her guests and the Divine. Expect to laugh, cry and see how alike we really are. Join us Tuesdays at 3 PM Pacific on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel.
NextÂ weekâs episode Nov. 12th,Â Does Spirituality Improve Sex? WeÂ Think So!Â onÂ InsideOut Tuesday at 3 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel. Â Catch this episode and others here: http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/insideout
Religious beliefs, bad personal experiences and ignorance can bring shame and dysfunction into intimate relationships, gay or straight. Spirituality can help us heal by supporting the release of old traumas and deepening our experience of Oneness, intimacy and energetic connection. Letâs discuss how. Hear from Todd and Christine Benton, who have been in a Sex & Spirituality program for many years. Learn about their challenges, as well as their victories over old patterns of alienation and disconnection. Host Beth Green will share as well. Beth has been teaching programs about Sex & Spirituality for over 30 years. And enjoy the unique perspectives of our guest hosts, the guru and Madam Mazurka! Whether you or your partner has a block to sexuality or an obsession with the act itself, this show could offer you both the comfort that youâre not alone and some guidance as to how to overcome the blocks to your own and your partnerâs fulfillment. Tune in, email questions or call in live!
Todd Benton is a website and graphic designer who also advises on technology and relationship marketing. He launched his first client website in 1997 for renowned acrylic furniture designer Charles Hollis Jones. Since then, he has co-created dozens of websites for coaches, consultants, authors, artists and other small business owners. His natural instinct for visual design was cultivated by working with his father, a 4-time academy award nominated set decorator for feature films. Todd also has 20 years of media, marketing and sales experience and a history of obtaining media coverage by major outlets. He holds a bachelorâs degree in radio and television from San Francisco State. In addition to his work with clients, Todd is Executive Director of The Stream, a non-profit organization and spiritual community. Todd lives in Bonsall with his wife Christine and their two young boys. Heâs been working from home full time for the past 12 years, sharing in housekeeping and raising his sons.
Christine is a public relations professional with a deep love of spirituality. She has been a participant in and promoter of many of the programs of The Stream, a non-profit organization and spiritual community. She credits these workshops and the teachings of Beth Green with helping her to evolve in all of her relationships, at work, in her marriage and in her family. She has been married for 13 years to her husband, Todd, and is the mother of two children. She has also been in the field of PR for 13 years, previously working as a writer and editor in technology and public policy. She was born and raised in San Diego, with a Japanese mother and Caucasian father, and also spent a few years of her youth living in Springfield, Virginia. Many of her early years consisted of struggling to accept her race and understand her identity, though over time through healing work and spiritual practices these distinctions have started to disappear. She is a very astute observer of herself and life.
Step into a world of entertainment and enlightenment, where itâs safe to be real and fun to transform. JoinÂ them at InsideOut, whereÂ our outsides match our insides,Â they willÂ question anything and everything, and guests focus less on what they do and more on why they do it. Beth Green comments on life and the news, interviews fascinating guests, channels the hilarious Madam Mazurka and generally turns everything upside down and inside out. An internationally-known intuitive counselor and spiritual teacher for over 30 years, Beth has been using her amazing insight, wisdom, compassion and humor to help us see ourselves more clearly. And beyond that, she offers fresh ideas and approaches for us to change and heal. Tune in. Call in. Trust Beth to apply the same refreshing directness and honesty to everything â you, herself, her guests and the Divine. Expect to laugh, cry and see how alike we really are. Join us Tuesdays at 3 PM Pacific on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel: