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The Institute for Spirituality and Health (ISH) SpiritMatters podcast includes reflections, lectures, and meditations from leaders across fields including health, spirituality, religion, and psychology. Visit www.ish-tmc.org for more information.

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The Institute for Spirituality and Health (ISH) SpiritMatters podcast includes reflections, lectures, and meditations from leaders across fields including health, spirituality, religion, and psychology. Visit www.ish-tmc.org for more information.

    Dr. Luis Rodriguez: La Espiritualidad del Divorcio

    Dr. Luis Rodriguez: La Espiritualidad del Divorcio

    En este episodio especial, nos acompaña Dr. Luis Rodriguez, Manager del Programa de Educación Pastoral del Hospital Metodista de Houston.  Con un gran sensibilidad, Dr. Rodriguez comparte sus reflecciones sobre el tema del divorcio, y los aspectos espirituales y emocionales.  Tuvimos la gran oportunidad de pasar este tiempo con Dr. Rodriguez en 2017, y agradecemos mucho su generosidad.   

    • 1h 8 min
    Rev. Gena Davis: YogaMass, Christianity, & Embodied Prayer

    Rev. Gena Davis: YogaMass, Christianity, & Embodied Prayer

    In our final episode of Season 2, Reverend Gena Davis reads from her beautiful book entitled Yoga Mass: Embodying Christ Consciousness.  In YogaMass, we create and participate in an embodied liturgy, expressed through movement and breath.  Rev. Davis bridges yogic principles and practices with Christian spirituality and worship as a path for bringing the whole body to the experience of spiritual awakening.  
    The Reverend Gena Davis Episcopal priest, yoga educator, and founder of YogaMass.  She serves a mission congregation in Houston, Texas, and is an active collaborator with the Institute for Spiriutality & Health. 

    • 17 min
    Andrew Miller: Love’s Proper Place in the Medical Encounter

    Andrew Miller: Love’s Proper Place in the Medical Encounter

    In Season 2, Episode 9, Andrew Miller reflects on his journey as a medical student, and the discernment around medically treating patients while also feeling called to care for individuals with a loving spirit.   Andrew is a fourth year medical student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a recent graduate of Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellowship at Duke Divinity School.  He reads from his paper entitled: “Love’s Proper Place in the Medical Encounter,” which he first presented at the 2017 Conference on Medicine and Religion, in Houston. 

    • 16 min
    Dr. John Graham: A Personal Story of Relationship, Spirituality, & Medicine

    Dr. John Graham: A Personal Story of Relationship, Spirituality, & Medicine

    In Episode 8 of Season 2, Dr. John Graham shares his poignant story of a pivotal experience as a young surgeon, the medical emergency that brought him together with a young boy and his family, and the spiritual impact that lead to a lifelong bond.  Dr. John Graham, D.Min., is the President of the Institute for Spirituality & Health (ISH).
     

    • 16 min
    Dr. Andy Achenbaum: The Roads We Choose

    Dr. Andy Achenbaum: The Roads We Choose

    Welcome to Episode 7 of Season 2.  Today's episode is shared in the spirit of the season of school graduations and the transition from spring ... onward.  Dr. Andy Achenbaum reflects on the choices brought along the life journey – roads traversed, roads left unexplored, and the differences along the way.  Dr. Andy Achenbaum is holds the Gerson and Sabina David Professorship of Global Aging at the University of Houston and is Scholar in Residence at the Institute for Spirituality & Health.

    • 7 min
    Kathi Beasley: Hope, Reassurance, and the Other Side of Life

    Kathi Beasley: Hope, Reassurance, and the Other Side of Life

    Welcome to Episode 6 of Season 2.  Today, Kathi Beasley takes us into the other-worldly realms of what is often called a near death experience, or NDE.  For Kathi, this emerged as part of a slow and debilitating health issue that was, as she says, “like watching grass grow.” She careened into a place of darkness that at first, terrified her, but in time, transitioned into something miraculous, and overwhelmingly positive: a near death experience.  Kathi reflects on the landscape of the end of life, which often stirs fear and anxiety of the unknown.  She brings her story with the hope of reassurance, sharing an encounter that brought what Kathi describes as "a soul healing that was custom made with care just for her," bringing hope and healing fro the other side of life.
    Kathi has spent most of her life telling other people’s stories in film and photography as a producer, editor, and writer.  She recently received numerous awards for a one woman documentary she shot on location in West Africa called “The Woe of Bo Town” which chronicles the trials of women in underdeveloped countries who have little access to healthcare during childbirth. But in this instance, she describes what compelled her to want to do outreach and mission oriented work.  This story is adapted from ISH’s Healing Stories Event held in February 2017.

    • 22 min

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