Ex-Lt. Governor Diane Denish; Native American/Buddhist healer and activist Karen Waconda Lewis; Deborah Grossman, owner of Yarn & Coffee; and Marsie Silvestro, executive director of Esperanza Shelter for Battered Families talk about the significance of the upcoming Women's March on Washington.
One of the most passionate shows Melanie has ever done.
Research scientist Dr. Melinda Connor is fascinating in this informative show about subtle energy, neuroscience, and health and happiness.
Clinical supervisor at the SKY Center, psychotherapist and teacher, and non-actor Don McAvinchey explains the importance of story and narrative, and how to begin writing a better one for yourself and your loved ones.
What a powerful interview with Beata Tsosie-Pena, Environmental Justice Program Coordinator for Tewa Women United; and Maia Duerr, TWU Volunteer & Sponsorships Coordinator, and Zen Buddhist social activist! One of Melanie’s favorite shows of the year.
Julia Cameron shares her wisdom, and her grace in the second part of this intimate interview.
Melanie’s most personal conversation yet, with the inimitable and beloved author / teacher Julia Cameron. This is a 2-part show; tune in next week for more.
Love this show! Love this organization, which is changing tens of thousands of lives every year, all over the world. Not an exaggeration, folks.
Jeff Snell, CEO of the International Folk Art Market and Alliance, sits with Melanie inside the annual popup gallery and talks about big-picture social innovation. Hilary Kilpatric, Associate Director Artist Development and Social Impact, shares artist stories and social impact across the globe.
Dr. Peter Smith, former assistant director for education for UNESCO; founding president of Cal State University at Monterey Bay the Community College of Vermont; former Lieutenant Governor of Vermont as well as a Congressional Representative; and KSFR board president riffs on an intriguing idea, called "dynamic localism," and why it's more important than ever.
Dixon is the little town that can! A shining example of diverse populations working together to create a healthy community, this show was recorded during the Dixon Studios tour.
We hear from painter and potter Siddiq Khan; outsider artist Jeanne Treadway; Taos Pueblo artist Dominic Beau; Dixon Co-op Deli manager Maggie Greenwald; long-time Embudo Station restaurant co-owner Stacy Cox; and beloved local legend "the chokecherry lady," Eremita Campos.
Erin Doerwald, co-founder; Sarah Claudia Stout, co-coordinator of volunteers; and Lainie Grimmer, co-coordinator of volunteers -- all with Mindful Education Santa Fe -- have a rousing discussion of new research findings about mindfulness in the classrooms and how it's all being implemented in Santa Fe schools.
Terry Brunner, one of New Mexico's "Rainmakers" and State Director of the USDA's Rural Development program, discusses how his department has granted or loaned $1.6 billion to rural New Mexicans, as well as what makes New Mexicans happy and what needs to change. It's a provocative show.
Note: This is a replay of this important and timely show, originally broadcast February 2016.
Henry Shukman, Zen Master teacher at the Mountain Cloud Zen Center, and John Braman, co-founder of the Rio Grande Mindfulness Institute, chill with Melanie in the zendo. Really. Thoughtful, light-hearted, clear talk about Zen and mindfulness.
Bill O'Hanlon -- speaker, musician, author of 36 books, coach, hypnotherapist, psychotherapist, developer of a popular — because it works — therapeutic modality called Solution Oriented Therapy, trainer of psychotherapists and counselors (whew!) -- returns for another fast-paced, fun show.
From nine-year-old and 12-year-old sisters, to Jason Amaro with Trout Unlimited, and from Jorge Silva-Banuelos, superintendent of the Valles Caldera National Preserve (and his one-year-old daughter), to scientist Cara Gibson ... this is another rollicking and informative show recorded at the Valles Caldera.
How much happiness was there one crisp fall morning, way up in the Jemez Mountains?? A lot! From New Mexico Wildlife Federation's Executive Director Garrett VeneKlasen and Director of Community Relations and Education Andrew Black, to several Santa Fe Indian School students, and from father Julian Gonzales the 2nd, to his son Julian Gonzales 3rd ... we found an awful lot of happiness.
Celeste Yacoboni, author of "How Do You Pray?," returns for a lively show on the art of blessings, spirituality, and Burning Man. It's an intriguing conversational mix!
Another fun show, celebrating diversity, community, and happiness. Featuring northern New Mexico lowriders and their cars; New Mexico History Museum curator Daniel Kosharek; and Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales.
Internationally renowned author, speaker, psychologist and cell biologist, Joan Borysenko, talks about mind/body medicine, mindfulness, happiness, and her latest book, “The PlantPlus Diet Solution: Personalized Nutrition for Life.”
Water -- specifically, the Pecos River -- and wilderness are featured in this show, with guests Doug Jeffords, Upper Pecos Watershed Association board president; George Romero, UPWA board member; Scotty Rice, auctioneer, and chef extraordinaire Carl Hawkins. This fun show was recorded on-site, right next to the Pecos River.
Powerhouse author, coach, hypnotherapist and psychotherapist Bill O'Hanlon shares some insights in this fast-paced episode.
What's a tiny house? This fun, and informative show features designer and environmentally conscious social entrepreneur Daryl Stanton, as Melanie visits her tiny houses in Rio en Medio.
Dottie Indyke, Executive Director of Creativity for Peace, is joined by two Young Leaders — Israeli Shir Bar-El and Palestinian Taimaa Abu Ahmed, in this thought-provoking and wide-ranging discussion of what it means to be trained as a peacemaker and leader.
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Dottie Indyke, Executive Director; Israeli Shir Bar-El, Young Leader; and Palestinian Taimaa Abu Ahmed, Young Leader, all talk about this remarkable program -- Creativity for Peace -- which includes a 3-week Peace Camp in northern New Mexico.
These two young women speak from their heart about the realities of having been born in a war zone, and the challenges of working for peace.