Life, Death and the Space Between
Summary: Dr. Amy Robbins explores life, death, and what it all means. She has the unique perspective of a clinical psychologist and medium. Put your preconceived notions aside and learn how to live in the now by exploring life, death, anxiety, consciousness, and the space between.
Jonathon Aslay, is the author of What The Heck Is Self-Love Anyway, founder of Mid-Life Love Mastery, and a successful dating coach that specializes in mid-life and purposeful dating, and the podcast host of What Would Love Do? - but his mission went through a makeover after the loss of his son.
Bill Guggenheim is a pioneer in the field of After-Death Communication (ADC) experiences. He is considered to be the "father of ADC research" and has written and spoken on this subject for more than 30 years.Bill and his former wife, Judy Guggenheim, founded, defined, researched, and named an entire new field of human experience that may be as old as mankind. They call it "After-Death Communication." Have you ever had and ADC? Listen to this epsiode to find out...
You ask, I answered. For months I keep saying I am going to do a solo podcast answering your questions. This is the first one... In this epsidoe I answer the questions What attracted me to my chosen profession and how do I feel my knowledge/experience from it impacts my interest & curiosity in the afterlife and what surrounds it? Has my interest in it changed how I approach/help those in my professional life?
Colm Holland reveals how you can discover the power to miraculously change the world around you beyond all recognition and for the better. Colm will tell you the story of his encounter with Paulo Coelho and his bestselling book The Alchemist and how discovering the secret in Paulo's novel gave him the insights to achieve true Empowerment in his life.
Emily, a Life, Death and The Space Between Podcast listener, shares her ghost story that happened years after her mother's untimely death when Emily was only 9 years old. Listen to how Emily continues to stay connected to her mother and feels her mother all around her.
How often do you find yourself having a conversation that is triggered by something you see? What is the catalyst that leads you to have this conversation? Maybe a piece of art. In this episode I have a conversation with Jacqueline Claire, who is an artist that explores how art can evolve into a transformative spiritual experience.
Vikas Srivastava holds a M.A. in Education from Harvard GSE and a B.A. in Sociology from UC San Diego. He focused on school design with an emphasis on student centered curriculum, creative confidence and expanded consciousness. On this episode we review mindfulness and why it matters, how can we truly be mindful in everyday lives including mindful walking and eating, the daily impact of mindfulness, mindfulness as a tool and a bridge to a spiritual practice and much more.
Dr. Andrew Newberg has been asking questions about reality, truth, and God since he was very young, and he has long been fascinated by the human mind and its complex workings. Andrew’s research now largely focuses on how brain function is associated with various mental states—in particular, religious and mystical experiences.
Judita shared this incredible story that is sure to make the hair on the back of your neck stand up. It is an incredible story about an apparition that has been seen by many. Ghost Stories is a way for listeners to tell their amazing stories of the metaphysical. If you have a great story to tell, something similar to this, contact you have had with your loved one who has passed, or any other mystical experience please reach out and let me know.
Leslie Kean is an independent investigative journalist focused on bringing credible information about hidden, paranormal and “impossible”realities into the mainstream. Her latest book, Surviving Death: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for an Afterlife (Crown Archetype, 2017) was awarded the Parapsychological Association Book Award. We get more in depth with some of the amazing discoveries she exolored in this book, many of which I have explored on other episodes of this podcast.
Debra Diamond,s a natural psychic/medium and death doula is back on the show to answer the questions that so many are asking right now when they can't be with a loved one in the hospital...Do We Really Die Alone? So many people right now are left feeling like their loved ones are dying alone and it is awful. Debra provides her insights on this and what might be done to ease this painful time.
In this incredible episode, Piotr Bienkowski discusses the history of human's obesssion with immortality and why it has spanned time and culture. We discuss varying historical and contemporary cultural beliefs in immortality globally, including western, eastern and animist traditions. His new book, Where Airy Voices Lead is out now and is an in depth look at these varying perspectives.
Dr. Shamini Jain is a psychologist, scientist, and social entrepreneur. She is the Founder and Director of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative (CHI; www.CHI.is), a collaborative accelerator that connects scientists, health practitioners, innovators, and social entrepreneurs to forward the science and practice of healing.
In today's episode we revisit a story with Rabbi Wendi Geffen. It is a meaningful episode about the importance of reflecting on our implicit biases and how we each have the potential to change the outcome of a situation if we just stop for a minute and challenge our assuptions. It is difficult work to look inside ourselves but think about the potential outcome if Rabbi Geffen hadn't done so.
AMY B. SCHER is the bestselling author of How To Heal Yourself When No One Else Can and two other books about human-ing and healing. Today we discuss simple ways to begin the process of healing when it feel like you have tried everything. In this epside we talk about energy healing, tapping or EFT, chakras and much more.