Join Rabbi Rami Shapiro as he interviews spiritual teachers, health experts, authors, and more from the pages of Spirituality & Health Magazine.
Clark Strand, Waking Up to the Dark
Clark Strand is the author of Seeds From a Birch Tree: Writing Haiku and the Spiritual Journey and Now Is the Hour of Her Return: Poems In Praise of the Divine Mother Kali. He is the co-founder of an international, non-sectarian rosary fellowship dedicated to sharing the messages of Our Lady and the co-author, with Perdita Finn, of The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary. For more information, visit wayoftherose.org.
His essay “Wake Up to the Dark” is featured in the January/February 2023 issue of Spirituality + Health.
In this episode, Clark and Rabbi Rami talk about harmful technology, evolutionary sleep patterns, and the Divine Feminine.
Dr. Ken Mogi, The Way of Nagomi
Dr. Ken Mogi is a neuroscientist, writer, and broadcaster based in Tokyo. He is the author of Awakening Your Ikigai and The Way of Nagomi. He has published more than thirty papers on cognitive science and neuroscience, and over one hundred books in Japan covering popular science, essay, criticism, and self-help. His books have sold close to one million copies.
In this episode, Ken and Rabbi Rami talk about harmony in disagreements, the five pillars of nagomi, and finding purpose in your current moment.
Dr. Joanna LaPrade, Navigating Darkness
Dr. Joanna LaPrade earned her MA and PhD in Jungian and Archetypal Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, California. She is now the founder of Aion Psychotherapy and a practicing Jungian psychologist in Colorado. Her therapeutic work focuses on helping clients find a meaningful connection to their inner worlds.
Joanna is the author of Forged in Darkness: The Many Paths of Personal Transformation, a book that unites self-discovery with mythology to handle an important dilemma of our times—how to live with the darkness in life, reminding us that we have more ways of accepting and growing from the deep and dark places within us than we ever thought possible. Joanna is an educator who has taught, lectured, and written extensively on the Jungian and archetypal perspective. For more information about her work, visit www.aionpsychotherapy.com
Joanna’s essay “The Ascent” appears in the November/December 2022 issue of Spirituality & Health.
This week, Joanna and Rabbi Rami dive deep into depth psychology, archetypal energies, and the power of initiation.
Julie Peters, Decolonizing Therapy
Julie Peters is a yoga and meditation teacher, counselor, and Tarot reader based out of Edmonton, Alberta. She is a staff writer for Spirituality & Health and the author of two books: Secrets of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses: Meditations on Desire, Relationships, and the Art of Being Broken and the Canada Book Award-winning Want: 8 Steps to Recovering Desire, Passion, and Pleasure After Sexual Assault. She offers live and on-demand yoga as well as one-on-one sessions online through her website juliepeters.ca. Follow her on Instagram @juliepeterswellness.
Her article "Decolonizing Therapy" is featured in the November/December 2022 issue of Spirituality & Health.
In this episode, Julie and Rabbi Rami talk about Freudian therapy, cultural colonization, and therapy for women.
Dr. Deborah Egerton, Social Justice and the Enneagram
Dr. Deborah Threadgill Egerton is a psychotherapist, spiritual teacher, and IEA-certified Enneagram practitioner, consultant, and coach. She’s the founder and president of Trinity Transition Consultants, and the author of Know Justice Know Peace: A Transformative Journey of Social Justice, Anti-Racism, and Healing through the Power of the Enneagram.
The book is reviewed in the November/December issue of Spirituality & Health Magazine.
In this episode, Deborah and Rabbi Rami discuss the Enneagram, anti-racism, and how to counter "othering."
Ari Wallach, Becoming Great Ancestors
Ari Wallach is a futurist and the founder and executive director of Longpath Labs. A sought-after speaker on innovation, AI, and the future of public policy, Ari Wallach’s TEDTalk on longpath thinking has been viewed by 2.6 million people and has been translated into 21 languages.
His new book is Longpath: Becoming the Great Ancestors Our Future Needs. Ari was interviewed for the November/December issue of Spirituality & Health.
In this episode, Ari and Rabbi Rami talk about planting trees for future generations, win-win relationships, and how to develop longpath thinking.
What an exciting (but much too short) program on dreams. Doing that little exercise tonight! Thank you
I’ve been feeding my soul by binge listening to Rabbi Rama xo
One of my favorites
Always informative, usually quite entertaining.
i listen to over 30 different podcasts; Rabbi Rami is about the most rational of all the hosts and interviewers.