spiritual

  • Fri
    Nov 05
    1:00 pm -
    2:00 pm
  • Mon
    Nov 08
    9:00 am -
    10:00 am

"Stumbling Into Infinity" with Michael Fischman

Michael FischmanTune in to the next Writers' Voices for an interview with Michael Fischman. Michael is the author of "Stumbling Into Infinity: An Ordinary Man in the Sphere of Enlightenment."  The book is a spiritual memoir recounting Michael's journey, from a challenging childhood to a successful Madison Avenue advertising career, through a mysterious turn of events that leads him into a relationship with a great humanitarian and one of India's most revered spiritual leaders, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. Michael recounts inner traumas, glimpses of wisdom, a fight at an Indian ashram, and a blossoming of love and devotion.

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.

It's the Filmosophers.

Where we give our filmosophy on the movies and have fimosophical discussions.

Friday, Superstar Big Al Green joins beer brothers Miller & Busch.

We'll float a cold one or two to the best film experiences of 2008.

"Yeah. I can fly." ~ Tony Stark

Friday 12:30

Re-broadcast Saturday 8AM

Diane Glass

Deb Landwehr

Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline welcomes Iowans Diane Glass and Deb Engle, coauthors of "Tending Your Inner Garden: A notebook of personal transformation and renewal."

 

Tune in to hear about this program of spirituality and creativity just for women, based on the cycles of Nature as a model of change. "Tending Your Inner Garden" encourages women to use journaling, art and meditation to get in touch with their inner desires and find fulfillment.