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Latest Episodes

Shambala Kids

We're interviewing Mellisa Dormoy, founder of Shambala Kids. She is on a mission to reach and teach self-esteem, stress management, and goal attainment to children and teens all over the globe through meditation and relaxation audio and programs.

59 MIN2014 DEC 17
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Shambala Kids

Sidekick Tsunami

It's a Sidekick Tsunami! Amanda and Tina make it that much more entertaining for our first live video episode. Listen here or watch on Ogun's YouTube page for some extra pre- and post-show hilarity.

59 MIN2014 DEC 10
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Sidekick Tsunami

The Guru and The Grasshopper

It's time for another edition of "The Guru and The Grasshopper" with our favorite Zen teacher, Andrew Weiss. Andrew studied Zen with Zen Master Seung Sahnh, Zen Master Su Bong, and Thich Nhat Hanh. He is an ordained Brother in Thich Nhat Hanh's Order of Interbeing, and has also been ordained by Zen priest Claude AnShin Thomas in the White Plum Lineage of Japanese Soto Zen. He is the author of Beginning Mindfulness, a complete short-course in mindfulness practice and spiritual development.

59 MIN2014 DEC 3
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The Guru and The Grasshopper

Kristi Nelson

Kristi is the executive director of A Network for Grateful Living (ANG*L), a global organization offering online and community-based education programs and practices to inspire and guide a commitment to grateful living, and catalyze the transformative power of personal and societal responsibility. She has spent virtually her entire adult life immersed in the rewarding work of nonprofit leadership, fundraising, and organizational development. She has helped to lead, support, and develop organizations committed to progressive social and spiritual change, including the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Spirit in Action, Wisdom 2.0, The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, the Soul of Money Institute, the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society.

59 MIN2014 NOV 19
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Kristi Nelson

Megachurch

What happens when the face of an organization becomes bigger than the organization itself? We see this all too often in megachurches. It takes a strong, charismatic leader to attract thousands to a megachurch, but what's the right balance of church versus pastor brand? Our panel of experienced ministers shares their insights ... It's time for another Rants Roundtable with Ellen Debenport, Hugh Hollowell, and David Hayward.

59 MIN2014 NOV 12
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Megachurch

Green Outfitters

Wish you could wear your values? Meet Green Outfitters, a brand-new clothing line of items made from 100 percent recycled materials. This week we talk with cofounder Dianna Poindexter and the original sidekick Tina will be sitting in for the fun! Green Outfitters will launch sometime this month. Find them at www.greenoutfitters.us.

59 MIN2014 NOV 5
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Green Outfitters

Halloween Pop Culture

All Hallow's Eve is upon us. It's only fitting that we have a special Halloween pop culture edition! Our guests are Malayna Dawn and Stacy Macris Ros from Pop Conscious radio. The discussion started Monday when I visited their show. Now it's time for Part 2 of Halloween Spirit-uality.

59 MIN2014 OCT 29
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Halloween Pop Culture

Politics, Religion, and Sexuality

LGBT people in conservative religions are often cut off from the contemplative or mystic facets of their traditions. Can prayer be a way back in? We're following up last week's Roundtable by interviewing Keisha MacKenzie. Originally from London, Keisha completed undergraduate work in English, law, and political science in Jamaica. She has graduate degrees in technical communication and rhetoric. Through McKenzie Consulting Group, she provides communication, educational, nonprofit, and other consulting services to individual and organizational clients in and beyond the Washington, D.C., metro region. You'll find her across the Internet and offline, discussing and working on issues in institutional leadership, education, science and technology, the arts, philanthropy, social justice, and the Three Taboos: politics, religion, and sexuality.

59 MIN2014 OCT 22
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Politics, Religion, and Sexuality

Rants Roundtable

It's another Rants Roundtable as Rev. Ogun hosts a panel to discuss the following issues: 1. The Supreme Court's recent decision to not decide on marriage equality. Did they miss a golden opportunity to make history? 2. The decision to legalize same-sex marriage is up to the states. Can they be relied on to honor the desires of the people or will it come down to the leanings of a given judge? 3. What can churches and spiritual communities do to be more welcoming to all, regardless of orientation and identification?

59 MIN2014 OCT 15
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Rants Roundtable

The Guru and The Grasshopper

Zen teacher Andrew Weiss returns for another installment of "The Guru and The Grasshopper." This week we explore the seeming paradox of releasing attachments and manifesting our reality through the core concepts taught by the Law of Attraction and the third Unity principle. Andrew has studied mindfulness meditation for many years in the United States, Europe, and Asia. His early studies of Zen focused early on in the Korean tradition with Zen Master Seung Sahnh and Zen Master Su Bong. In 1989 he met the Vietnamese Zen monk Thich Nhat Hanh, and in 1991, he was ordained a Brother in Thich Nhat Hanh's Order of Interbeing. In 1999, he was ordained by zen priest Claude AnShin Thomas in the White Plum Lineage of Japanese Soto Zen. He is the author of Beginning Mindfulness, a short-course in mindfulness practice and spiritual development.

59 MIN2014 SEP 24
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The Guru and The Grasshopper

Latest Episodes

Shambala Kids

We're interviewing Mellisa Dormoy, founder of Shambala Kids. She is on a mission to reach and teach self-esteem, stress management, and goal attainment to children and teens all over the globe through meditation and relaxation audio and programs.

59 MIN2014 DEC 17
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Shambala Kids

Sidekick Tsunami

It's a Sidekick Tsunami! Amanda and Tina make it that much more entertaining for our first live video episode. Listen here or watch on Ogun's YouTube page for some extra pre- and post-show hilarity.

59 MIN2014 DEC 10
Comments
Sidekick Tsunami

The Guru and The Grasshopper

It's time for another edition of "The Guru and The Grasshopper" with our favorite Zen teacher, Andrew Weiss. Andrew studied Zen with Zen Master Seung Sahnh, Zen Master Su Bong, and Thich Nhat Hanh. He is an ordained Brother in Thich Nhat Hanh's Order of Interbeing, and has also been ordained by Zen priest Claude AnShin Thomas in the White Plum Lineage of Japanese Soto Zen. He is the author of Beginning Mindfulness, a complete short-course in mindfulness practice and spiritual development.

59 MIN2014 DEC 3
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The Guru and The Grasshopper

Kristi Nelson

Kristi is the executive director of A Network for Grateful Living (ANG*L), a global organization offering online and community-based education programs and practices to inspire and guide a commitment to grateful living, and catalyze the transformative power of personal and societal responsibility. She has spent virtually her entire adult life immersed in the rewarding work of nonprofit leadership, fundraising, and organizational development. She has helped to lead, support, and develop organizations committed to progressive social and spiritual change, including the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Spirit in Action, Wisdom 2.0, The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, the Soul of Money Institute, the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society.

59 MIN2014 NOV 19
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Kristi Nelson

Megachurch

What happens when the face of an organization becomes bigger than the organization itself? We see this all too often in megachurches. It takes a strong, charismatic leader to attract thousands to a megachurch, but what's the right balance of church versus pastor brand? Our panel of experienced ministers shares their insights ... It's time for another Rants Roundtable with Ellen Debenport, Hugh Hollowell, and David Hayward.

59 MIN2014 NOV 12
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Megachurch

Green Outfitters

Wish you could wear your values? Meet Green Outfitters, a brand-new clothing line of items made from 100 percent recycled materials. This week we talk with cofounder Dianna Poindexter and the original sidekick Tina will be sitting in for the fun! Green Outfitters will launch sometime this month. Find them at www.greenoutfitters.us.

59 MIN2014 NOV 5
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Green Outfitters

Halloween Pop Culture

All Hallow's Eve is upon us. It's only fitting that we have a special Halloween pop culture edition! Our guests are Malayna Dawn and Stacy Macris Ros from Pop Conscious radio. The discussion started Monday when I visited their show. Now it's time for Part 2 of Halloween Spirit-uality.

59 MIN2014 OCT 29
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Halloween Pop Culture

Politics, Religion, and Sexuality

LGBT people in conservative religions are often cut off from the contemplative or mystic facets of their traditions. Can prayer be a way back in? We're following up last week's Roundtable by interviewing Keisha MacKenzie. Originally from London, Keisha completed undergraduate work in English, law, and political science in Jamaica. She has graduate degrees in technical communication and rhetoric. Through McKenzie Consulting Group, she provides communication, educational, nonprofit, and other consulting services to individual and organizational clients in and beyond the Washington, D.C., metro region. You'll find her across the Internet and offline, discussing and working on issues in institutional leadership, education, science and technology, the arts, philanthropy, social justice, and the Three Taboos: politics, religion, and sexuality.

59 MIN2014 OCT 22
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Politics, Religion, and Sexuality

Rants Roundtable

It's another Rants Roundtable as Rev. Ogun hosts a panel to discuss the following issues: 1. The Supreme Court's recent decision to not decide on marriage equality. Did they miss a golden opportunity to make history? 2. The decision to legalize same-sex marriage is up to the states. Can they be relied on to honor the desires of the people or will it come down to the leanings of a given judge? 3. What can churches and spiritual communities do to be more welcoming to all, regardless of orientation and identification?

59 MIN2014 OCT 15
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Rants Roundtable

The Guru and The Grasshopper

Zen teacher Andrew Weiss returns for another installment of "The Guru and The Grasshopper." This week we explore the seeming paradox of releasing attachments and manifesting our reality through the core concepts taught by the Law of Attraction and the third Unity principle. Andrew has studied mindfulness meditation for many years in the United States, Europe, and Asia. His early studies of Zen focused early on in the Korean tradition with Zen Master Seung Sahnh and Zen Master Su Bong. In 1989 he met the Vietnamese Zen monk Thich Nhat Hanh, and in 1991, he was ordained a Brother in Thich Nhat Hanh's Order of Interbeing. In 1999, he was ordained by zen priest Claude AnShin Thomas in the White Plum Lineage of Japanese Soto Zen. He is the author of Beginning Mindfulness, a short-course in mindfulness practice and spiritual development.

59 MIN2014 SEP 24
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The Guru and The Grasshopper
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