Jonas Magram's blog

Please join me and my very special guest, new thought hip hop/reggae artist "Wisdom," for this week's edition of It's A Wonderful World. Wisdom has traveled much of the world sharing his love-filled rhythic music with thousands of enthusiastic fans and currently has two chart topping hits in Jamaica. We'll play several of his songs during our interview. Discover the joy and irresistible beats of this extraordinary artist on this week's show. See you then. Jonas

"In All Things, Give Thanks"

During this season of Thanksgiving, many of us strive to be more grateful for all the blessings in our lives – health, home, food, family, friends, the gifts of wisdom we have received, etc. – but Master Jesus and many other spiritual luminaries have asked us to take gratitude to a bold new level, by giving thanks in all things. But is it really possible for us regular folks to be grateful when "bad" things happen? During this week's show, we'll explore the power of this profound practice and give examples of how we might make it part of our lives. I hope you can join me, tomorrow morning at 9:00AM Central time.

Blessings,

Jonas

The Artist's Way; A Spiritual Path To Creative Recovery with Carol Lee

Please join my special guest, Carol Lee, and me for a discussion of The Artist's Way, Julia Cameron's powerful approach to discoverying and recovery our creativity. Whether you think of yourself as an artist or not, uncovering and living your creative potential can enrich life immensely. In this week's show, Carol Lee, who has led several Artist's Way groups here in Fairfield, shares her experience and insights, both personal and through her observations of those who have participated in her groups.

This Sunday, at 9:00AM.

"The Work" of Byron Katie

After almost three years off the air, I've finally returned to KRUU FM, on Sunday mornings from 9:00AM to 9:30AM. Although my show is only a half an hour long, I offer far-ranging thoughts and suggestions about how we can live happier, healthier, and more peaceful lives. Nothing dogmatic here; just sharing my own experience and what I've seen work for others. Callers are welcome to join the discussion. I throw in some cool music too.

This week's show will be a continuation of our discussion of Byron Katie's "Work," which identifies our beliefs, not our circumstances, as the cause of virtually all of our conflicts and suffering. Through a simple yet very specific process of self-inquiry, Katie's Work allows us to see more clearly the impact of our beliefs and provides the opportunity to consider alternative views that may better serve us, all in a completely safe, self-regulated, and unforced manner. I hope you will join me.

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