Join Rabbi Rami every Friday as he interviews spiritual teachers, health experts, authors and more from the pages of Spirituality & Health Magazine.
Author Natalie Goldberg
Rabbi Rami's guest this week is author Natalie Goldberg. She is the author of 15 books, including the classic Writing Down the Bones, (Shambhala, 1986). Her new book is Three Simple Lines: A Writer's Pilgrimage into the Heart and Homeland of Haiku.
Podcast: Therapist Maci Daye
This episode’s guest is Maci Daye. Daye is a licensed professional counselor, a certified Hakomi therapist, and certified sex therapist. She and Rabbi Rami discuss the connection between spirituality and sex, and how mindfulness techniques can be used to rediscover erotic potential.
Podcast: Progressive minister Rev. Jes Kast
Rabbi Rami’s guest this week is Rev. Jes Kast. She is a pastor at Faith United Church of Christ in State College, Penn.
Rev. Kast is featured as one of the trailblazers in the Jan./Feb. 2021 issue of Spirituality and Health, in the feature story “7 Spiritual Radicals.” It interviews seven leaders who are redefining contemporary religion and making it more inclusive.
Kevin Anderson, Ph.D. on Nested Meditations
This week, Rabbi Rami speaks with Kevin Anderson, Ph.D. Dr. Anderson is a psychologist, life coach, author, and speaker. He reads from his recent book, "Now Is Where God Lives: Nested Meditations to Delight the Mind and Awaken the Soul." Using a playful approach to words, such as with nested meditations, can be a form of cognitive therapy, Anderson says, helping us deal with stuck emotions and maladaptive thoughts.
Listen to the episode to learn how to use the technique.
Sarah Wilson, author of This One Wild and Precious Life
Individualism and capitalism are simply not working. Author Sarah Wilson talks with Rabbi Rami about the challenges we face as humans, such as climate change and racial injustice, and proposes healthier systems to heal a fractured world.
Robyn Moreno, a modern-day curandera
Robyn Moreno is a certified yoga teacher, trained life coach, and practicing curandera (Mexican folk healer). Moreno transitioned from media maven to modern curandera, rediscovering her family’s Mexican culture—and herself. She and Rabbi Rami discuss her journey to studying an earth-based wisdom tradition that her great-grandmother had practiced, curanderismo.
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