In this episode, listen to Aingeal Rose & Ahonu deliver what the Akashic Records say about 2020 and Planet Earth! It continues the theme of changing within in order to change external events. With over 60 years combined experience and publishers of over 1,000 books, Twin Flames Aingeal Rose & Ahonu have been helping people awaken for years through ✔️Cool Coaching, ✔️Wild Webinars, ✔️Akashic Records Readings, ✔️Conscious Courses, ✔️Beautiful Books.
Author-read Chapter 13 on Spring Forward, Fall Back: Eternal Cycles talks about the focus needed to pull ourselves out of habitual negative patterns. As many of us move into daylight savings time, it is a good time to reflect on the cycles in our lives and what needs to be reviewed and renewed.
Author-read Chapter 12, But I Have No Choice! continues the theme of my previous podcast with Lenita Newberg to get out of old habits and patterns in order to see new options. Creating choices is a learned skill that lets you reclaim your power and move out of victim to taking back energy and your ability to respond to situations.
Lenita Newberg uses her expertise as a psychoanalyst to encourage us to name our negative emotions in order to tame them. She draws from movies – Frozen 2 and Mr. Rogers – and her rich background as a psychoanalyst to show a path for self reflection and to get us out of old habits and patterns to see new options.
As a renown classical and Shakespearean actor, Peggy Rubin shares her work with Sacred Theater, Mystery School and her favorite topic, the creation of happiness. She says it is quite a feat to sustain joy in the face of multiple, daunting crises of today. Joy is a state rather than an emotion and if sustained can lead to scintillating bliss. It can allow us to deeply experience the pains of the world without being overcome by them. She gives courage in a time when it is much needed. Order her book to delve deeper:
To Be and How To by Dr. Peggy Rubin by Dr. Peggy Rubin
Author-read Chapter 14 of my book, Change Within, Change the World, builds on my previous podcast with Denise Kester on Drawing on the Dream. I talk about imaging something into reality, using the genius of your inner space, that in-between state between waking and dreaming. The complexity of our world seems to demand we go deeper in search for new paradigms and then to cultivate those gestative seeds into reality.
The art of Denise Kester comes through her, informing her as it co-creates with a life and an intelligence of its own. A well-known artist and teacher in the Rogue Valley, Oregon, she has tapped into the source of creativity in her inner dream life, which is populated by a host of characters that speak to and guide her art – crows, bears, rabbits, blue monkeys, mythical beings and more. She shares some of the processes that inspire her art for all of us to enhance our own creativity. Her website is drawingonthedream.com, and her book, Drawing On The Dream, can be ordered here.
Do you sometimes prefer listening to a book rather than reading it? Chapter 11 of Change Within, Change the World, read by author Battenberg, is a sequel to the previous podcast by Nancy Battenberg. Even if you've already read the book, enjoy the fresh experience of listening.
Nancy Jones talks about discovering what really matters, what’s the point of ones life. As a mother of four, she’s been an English teacher, writer and a coach to guide students in writing their college entrance essays. Using the essay as a catalyst for uncovering what deeply matters to them, she elicits their true passion. Now she’s asking herself those same questions as she prepares for “empty nest” and for listeners to find their own purpose and value in life. Her blogs, read by over 25,000 people worldwide, are posted on boardmothers.blogspot.com.
Known as Uncle Gerry on Music Together (musictogether.com/unclegerry), Gerry Dignan weaves tales of his many adventures in teaching and sharing music. He gives hope to all that music is a universal language that creates community, pulling us together in song. Rather than being a skill that some are good at and others not so good, he describes music as a natural, birthright belonging to us all from birth. He flows easily between word and song to open our hearts to this universal language of connection.