You'll definitely want to take time to sit back and enjoy this week's wonderful edition of Writers' Voices.
Our guest is Priscilla Warner, who has written the new book, "Learning to Breathe: My Yearlong Quest to Bring Calm to My Life". For many years, Priscilla struggled with anxiety and panic attacks despite having a loving family and a successful book ("The Faith Club"). This book chronicles her journey and transition from panic to peace. Testing spiritual chanting, Ayurvedic oil treatments, meditative painting, meetings with mystical rabbis, silent retreats, self-examination and much more, she attempts to find a place of calm.
Don't miss this delightful conversation!
In our fast paced, ever changing world, patience is often our most needed, but least cultivated virtue. Allan Lokos is the founder and guiding teacher of New York City's Community Meditation Center. His book "Patience: The Art of Peaceful Living" lays out a compelling and helpful path to deeper patience. Drawing on Lokos many years as a Buddhist practitioner and teacher, as well as interviews from a wide range of people who have had their patience dramatically tested, this book provides a realistic approach to becoming calmer and happier with one's self, in relationships, at work, and with the world.
Don't miss out on this very inspirational Writers' Voices!
Alan Gompers, author of Maximum Security - The True Meaning of Freedom, will be our guest on Writers' Voices this Friday, May 22, at 1pm.
Monica Hadley and Chamaigne Montanab will take a look inside this profound book about a man whose search for worldly security landed him in prison where he discovered real security and freedom through meditation and the teachings of Swami Muktananda.
He takes us on his journey with him through high finance, selling drugs, navigating the dangerous waters of prison, and finding unshakable peace. A former con-man, in this book he describes a spiritual awakining, profound insights, and inner peace with clarity that can't be faked.
Hello People of Earth! This in my first entry in the KRUU-FM blog so congratulations to me! This is a quick update on the topics we've talked about in our Show, MUM in the Air- Sundays from 2-4pm.
We are students at Maharishi University of Management (MUM) and we talk about issues affecting our university and the students. Our show is very spontaneous and we love to ask our listeners questions and have them call with the answers.
Come and listen every sunday from 2-4pm at 100.1 fm or at kruufm.com. We always have lots of fun!
Love and light,