Dr. Amy Robbins explores life, death, and what it all means. She has the unique perspective of a clinical psychologist and medium. Put your preconceived notions aside and learn how to live in the now by exploring life, death, anxiety, consciousness, and the space between.
Q&A with Dr. Amy Robbins
Questions I answered today, asked by listeners Sara and Donna, both about reincarnation:
1) If someone I lost has chosen to reincarnate, can I still communicate with them?
2) If a soul in heaven decides to reincarnate, will they be born into a different body? How can a soul be in a different body since that’s no longer that person?
What Would You Do on Your Last Day? with Alua Arthur
“Life only matters because we die.” – Alua Arthur
“There is something absolutely miraculous about standing at the doorway of existence. I am absolutely humbled by it every time. Rather than it being heavy, there is a lightness of being that goes along with it because there is such a mystery to this human ride.”
– Alua Arthur
A Dream with Power to Heal - A Ghost Story
"We don't see things are they are. We see things as we are."
Ghost Stories is a way for listeners to tell their amazing stories of the metaphysical. If you have a great story to tell, something similar to this, contact you have had with your loved one who has passed, or any other mystical experience please reach out and let me know. Tell me your story and so we can feature it on the show.
Grief Dreams with Dr. Joshua Black
“The research has shown there are ways to improve dream recall. Some people say each dream is an unopened letter. But not all dreams are meaningful; we get a lot of junk mail.”
– Dr. Josh Black, Grief Dream Researcher
Life in 20 Lessons with Chris Meyer
“Do epic shit every day.” – Chris Meyer
Chris Meyer is a lawyer, filmmaker, funeral home owner and author of a new book, "Life in 20 Lessons: What a Funeral Guy Discovered about Life, from Death" is like "This is my Life" meets "Tuesdays with Morrie." Meyer spent 14 years in the funeral business assisting grieving families. It was a life chapter he never intended to write, but he feels grateful for, given the impact the career detour had on him personally.
Reclaiming Ritual Healing with Ji Hyang Padma
“Hopefully we don’t believe everything we think.” – Ji Hyang Padma
Ji Hyang Padma has combined an academic career with her vocation as a spiritual teacher. Ji Hyang served as Director of Spirituality & Education and Buddhist chaplain at Wellesley College for fourteen years, meditation teacher at Harvard University, Boston University, Babson College, Esalen Institute and Omega Institute. Ji Hyang Padma currently serves as a chaplain at the University of California at San Francisco.
I love this podcast. Great host who comes across very unbiased. She leaves the listener to make their own mind up rather than pushing her views on to you.
Helpful and Healing
As someone that had a bit of death anxiety I was really disappointed to think that there is nothing after physical death, it just didn’t sit right with me but I’d never looked at any scientific evidence (for or against post-mortem survival). After I did my research looking at both sides I came to my own conclusion that there must be something as there are lots of studies that support it, and the skeptical studies all basically say materialism is king and we are biological machines with no real substance in my opinion. This podcast was a huge catalyst in my change in mindset and I really recommend for anyone who has any interest in the subject. Amazing work 👏🏼
My favourite Podcast
I find this podcast inspirational, relaxing, healing and life changing really. Thankyou Dr Amy Robbins for this podcast- keep up the good work ❤️