Are physical and mental illnesses the result of karma acquired in a past life, and, if so, does uncovering that lifetime lead to healing? According a yearlong research project conducted by author and past-life specialist Joanne DiMaggio, the answer is yes! Tonight’s phone guest, Joanne DiMaggio, MA, CHt, is also an educator and lecturer with … Continued
Today on KPFA Radio’s Women’s Magazine we listen to a recent conversation recorded at the Impact Hub Oakland with feminist historian and cultural critic Lata Mani and filmmaker Nicolás Grandi, who are the co-directors of the inspiring new film “The Poetics of Fragility.” Ashara Ekundayo hosts a conversation with the filmmakers and activist and scholar … Continued
There are many ways to understand depression. Nurse Rona and her guests, David Frankel, PhD, and Dr. Teray Kunishi, will discuss traditional and alternative ways of helping people understand their moods and how lifestyle changes can be powerful medicine. Join us on “About Health.”
In the US approximately 5 children die every day as a result of child abuse. Join Nurse Rona and her guests to discuss the complex subject of Child Abuse and Neglect. Every child deserves to be safe and healthy.
Sunita Pattani, author of The Transcendent Mind–The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing, describes the four elements of the Transcendent Healing Process. She discusses the role of nutritional healing and how healing our body can accelerate the process of healing our minds.… Sunita is a psychotherapist who draws inspiration from Course in Miracles, the Bhagavad Gita, … Continued
Challenging Dehumanization We talk with Margo Perin, founder and director of Write & Rise, about how she uses narrative to help incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, at risk youth, as well as police and their families, heal from trauma. Perin is the author of the memoir The Opposite of Hollywood, and contributing editor of the … Continued