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Energy Stew – Tom Verner – 09.15.17

Why are your dreams the way they are? – Energy Stew interview with Tom Verner This is a very deep show about how our soul consciousness reveals itself through dreams and how we can learn more about who we are. It’s not about dream interpretation but more about our dream themes and how they help us understand our deeper selves. …

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Energy Stew – Barbara Berger – 08.11.17

Do you follow your inner compass? Energy Stew interview with Barbara Berger Maybe you can make all the right decisions. What if you have a compass you really haven’t learned how to use properly yet? Barbara Berger has written a wonderful guidebook to “Find and Follow Your Inner Compass“. She helps you understand what your choices are actually based on …

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Ask Beatty – 05.22.17

ARE YOU IN A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP? Beatty asked her listeners to reevaluate all of their relationships,  including love, work, family, friends and even acquaintances.  Are these relationships loving, respectful and mutually satisfying or are they at worse, toxic and poisonous? Beatty’s guest today is Katherine Schreiber, co-author of the Truth About  Exercise  Addiction:  Understanding the Dark Side of Thinspiration, writer, …

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Energy Stew – Edwin Rutsch – 04.14.17

Is empathy the missing link?  –  Energy Stew interview with Edwin Rutsch How important is empathy in creating a better world? How powerfully do you think it’s working now? Maybe empathy is something we need to focus more on to help people have greater appreciation for each other. Most people are not able to empathize with others unconditionally for many …

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Visionaries – 01.16.17

“Joy.” There are entire industries built around happiness. Happiness is usually defined as a feeling of contentment, satisfaction, wellbeing, pleasure; a positive emotional state. But is that what we really want? Or do we we want to be engaged in the world, feel energies coursing through us. In this show we call on both van Gogh and Dr. Who to understand Joy.

Rare look at youth post detention is bleak

A new Northwestern Medicine study offers a bleak assessment in a rare look at the outcomes of delinquent youth five and 12 years after juvenile detention. Central to poor outcomes for the youth post detention are stark and persistent racial, ethnic and gender disparities, according to the massive study that began in the mid-1990s. African-American males fared the worst, with …