Our closing show is the beginning not the end to spiritual growth.Â Wise Chats series has been about love and forgiveness.Â Itsâ about how to “Stand in the Light” using a variety of perspectives: spiritual development, voice for hope, laughter, ethics, healing relationships, getting hooked up, life beyond life, words as healing tools, creating healing environments, ONENESS of all using spiritual cultural traditions.Â This episode will include a special story-telling process for âThose Who Servedâ in the armed forces, to help them heal. In addition, materials from other spiritual leaders I am friends with will be included:Â Maori Tohuna-Rose Pere-NZ, Shaman-Amelia Pandora-Peru, Sangoma-Credo Mutwa-South Africa and Buddhist teacher-Lama Surya Das-USA.Â I quote John Angotti “As I continue on the journey of life with all of its trips, stumbles, and falls, I begin to see that there are two ways to approach this walk.Â One is to follow the existing trends, the status quoâ¦ The other is to close my eyes and envision what could beâ¦to see what the final picture looks like and then figure out how to get thereâ¦to see a world that “gets it,” that understands that the way to peace is through love and forgiveness…”Â I hope these shows have helped you “get it”Â that understands that the way to peace is through love and forgiveness…”Â I hope these shows have helped you “get it”. Blessings and love to all. Mary Jo Opening song âStand in the Light and âI Send You Out on a Mission of Love closing song used with permission from John Angotti.
Tune in with Dr. Mary Jo Bulbrook Every Wednesday at 11 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel Listen to her upcoming episode “Aboriginal Elder, Bob Randall”
This show was prerecorded with Bob in Central Australia at his home in Uluru where he tells in his own words, the plight of the Stolen Generation sanctioned by the Australia government to take Aboriginal children away from their families and put them in government institutions.Â He never saw his mother again.Â Filled with a sense of loss, he transcended his pain to communicate that we need to come to peace and respect each others background, rights and heritage.Â It is not right to take anotherâsâ culture to be replaced by anotherÂ who took their land.Â Through his pain and suffering, Bob become a gentle spokesperson for the journey of his people.Â He speaks the truth that will fill you with inspiration at the beauty and oneness of all things replacing struggle with peace, replacing anger with forgiveness and replacing sadness with joy and love that is the heritage of all.Â He speaks of living in harmony with the land, nature and the animals addressing the Kanyani Principles passed down from the Aborigines elders.Â A rare treat to hear firsthand what happened from this gentle, loving soul speaking about unconditional love and responsibility.
âWise Chats: Simple Talk, Profound Wisdomâ brings leading edge expertise to deep challenges faced by individuals and humanity. Our discussions will introduce you to energetic approaches to health and healing that offer practical, personal solutions. We now recognize that health is in the hands of the individual. What one does and doesnât do maps a course for oneâs life, until new behaviors are adopted. This illuminating series taps into multi-dimensional healing, and draws on ancient wisdom, as well as the latest research from diverse guests. New ways of being in the world will emerge with insights, innovations and internal shifts. Our topics include spiritual approach to health and healing for individuals, groups and families, supporting former and active members of the military and their families, individual and collective solutions to health care costs, the healing power of laughter, and more. Wise Chats is broadcast live every Wednesdays at 11 AM Pacific Time on 7th Wave.Â Â Â