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picture of Lisa Smartt words at deathHear the interview with Lisa Smartt. Lisa is the author of Words at the Threshold: What We Say as We’re Nearing Death. Click on the player to listen:



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Rachel Harris talks ayahuascaOn this edition of CHI FOR YOURSELF, we visit the world of Ayahuasca. What’s that you ask? Ayahuasca is a psychedelic brew from the Amazon rain forest. It’s considered a medicine and it has great therapeutic potential that’s just beginning to be studied.

Our guest is Dr. Rachel Harris. Rachel was inspired to research how this medicine was being used in North America.

Dr.Rachel Harris is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, P.T.S.D, and Anxiety.

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What It Means to Hold Space for Someone – Dr. Lissa Rankin (“I relish helping visionaries find their callings and realize their visions.”)



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picture of extrovert Tatiana JeromeToday on CHI FOR YOURSELF: Tatiana Jerome joins us to talk about relationships that go wrong. Tatiana is the author of LOVE LOST, LOVE FOUNDA Woman’s Guide to Letting Go of the Past and Finding New Love



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picture of mindfulness teacher Mark ColemanCHI FOR YOURSELF listeners are well acquainted with the “Inner Critic.” It’s the voice that makes us second-guess our every step by saying “not enough,” “not good enough,” or sometimes “too much.” At times the Inner Critic can be so strong that it feels invincible, but bestselling author and renowned meditation teacher Mark Coleman promises that it is not.

Mark Coleman is the author of Make Peace with Your Mind: How Mindfulness and Compassion Can Free You from Your Inner Critic. Visit Mark Coleman’s website.


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How Can We Cultivate Gratitude in Schools?
Giacomo Bono, Ph.D., is an adjunct professor at California State University, Fullerton, and studies positive youth development with an emphasis on prosocial behavior and relationships.


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In this video, Marianne Williamson personally speaks her famous “Our deepest fear” quote

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We’re eatin’ healthy with Jo Eager