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Energy Stew – Deep lessons of a Navajo Medicine Man – 04.20.18

Charles Langley, the author of “Spirit Land” has dedicated years of travel with an authentic Navajo shaman/medicine man and has had many unbelievable experiences. He has witnessed a culture that lives with strange and magical phenomena that are made real by their belief systems.. It was only through observing hundreds of ailing natives who were brought back to health through …

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Leid Stories—Got Something to Say? Say It on ‘Free Your Mind Friday!’—03.30.18

It’s been quite a week. No doubt you have something to say about the issues and events that made the headlines. Or, maybe you’d like to share your thoughts about something altogether different. Either way, there’s plenty of room for your information, opinions and ideas on Leid Stories’ “Free Your Mind Friday,” the world’s best open forum. Call in (888-874-4888) and let’s hear …

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Energy Stew – The Human Design predictions for 2018 – 01.26.18

Download this episode (right click and save) Every new year, ReGina Concotelli and I analyze the Human Design chart that tells us what the year will be like. We have to wait for a specific day and time that the chart clicks in and this year, it was on January 22nd at 2:19 AM. From this moment in time, it …

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A Bowl of Soul – 09.01.17

A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 09-01-2017 Wish – Soul II Soul – R&B – 1993 Dead or Alive – Ran Christian – R&B – 2017 This Is My Life – Robin Bramlett – Smooth Jazz/R&B – 2013 For You To Love –  feat. Oleta Adams-Terri Lyne Carrington – R&B – 2015 Give It A Chance – James Rouse – …

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A Bowl of Soul – 08.25.17

A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 08-25-2017 You’re What’s Missing In My Life – G.C. Cameron/Remix DJ’S – R&B – 1977/2015 That’s How Love Goes – Jermaine Jackson and The Jackson Five – R&B – 1972 Ain’t Got It Like That – Earl St. Clair – R&B/Funk – 2016 Tender Kisses – Tracie Spencer – R&B – 1991 Gotta Get …

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Meditations and Molotovs – 07.10.17

On today’s program, Vince plays Part 2 of Adam Curtis’ documentary film, “The Trap: The Lonely Robot.” Part two reiterated many of the ideas of the first part, but developed the theme that drugs such as Prozac and lists of psychological symptoms which might indicate anxiety or depression were being used to normalize behavior and make humans behave more predictably, …