Back to the Source provides an ongoing dose of inspirational stories and insights that spark a deeper understanding of ourselves and the sacred connection that holds us all together. The show is done in a distinctive, informative, and engaging style, with the intention of helping each other grow so, together, we can change the world.
A tribute to the world renowned master Ayurvedic physician, Vaidya R K Mishra, who was born into a 5000-year-old family tradition of Ayurvedic doctors dating back to the time of Lord Krishna. His in-depth theoretical knowledge of this ancient science was accompanied by unparalleled compassionate and practical healing skills.
Eastern Spirituality Travels West
The story of how yoga and meditation became so widely accepted in the US dates back to 125 years. Phil Goldberg who chronicled the impact of India's spiritual teachings, in his best selling book, American Veda, discusses the core milestones that brought Vedic teachings to its current prominence in the West.
Social Emotional Learning
A cutting-edge public middle school in Freeport, NY has integrated yogic breathing techniques into their curriculum to help students and faculty enhance social-emotional learning, boost grades, curb disciplinary problems with remarkable results.
Elevating Humanity Through Business
A founder and leader of the fast growing global Conscious Capitalism movement, Raj Sisodia shares a new and novel way to approach business in the 21st century. He’s joined by Sharleen Ernster founder of Hot as Hell and Erik Oberholtzer founder of Tender Greens to discuss the benefits that can be derived when organizations put people first and are truly committed to the greater good.
We're All A Little Crazy
During a successful career as the chief revenue officer for the Florida Panthers, Eric Kussin’s mental health took a rapid decline that led to numerous visits to psychiatrists and even Electroconvulsive therapy, which left him almost permanently in bed with severe cognitive deficits. Eric finally had a remarkable recovery after seeing an integrative psychotherapist who recommended he enroll in a breathing meditation workshop.
Ghee or clarified butter is referred to as the “golden nectar” because of its potent gut nourishing and health promoting properties. This healthy fat can even be helpful for patients with high cholesterol. Sandeep Agarwal, whose family has been making and selling ghee for 5 generations, founded Pure Indian Foods to preserve his family’s tradition of producing this ancient food. Learn about the art of making ghee, its numerous health benefits and how best to integrate it into the western diet.
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I love this podcast not only for its beautifully spirited guests, but also for the level of audio quality and story narration that reminds me of NPR and other professional teams. Well done :)
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