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LivingFromHappiness's podcast

Living From Happiness is a weekly talk show devoted to exploring the deeper meanings of happiness, and why it matters so much. Thoughtful, engaging, light-hearted, wide-ranging, interdisciplinary, cross-cultural conversations every week! From mindfulness to shamanism, and from transpersonal and narrative psychology to getting real about money … if it has anything to do with living from happiness, we’re talking about it!
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Now displaying: April, 2019
Apr 24, 2019

This one's all about hope and how-to's for happiness.

What a wide-ranging conversation this is! Erin Doerwald, licensed clinical social worker, Program Director and Clinical Supervisor at The Sky Center, and co-founder of Mindful Education Santa Fe, returns for another mindfully fast-paced show.

Mindfulness, resiliency, how-to's for hope, and women's fierce self-compassion ... this show covers a lot of ground.

Melanie Harth's free guided relaxation meditation here

more on fierce self-compassion for women: https://self-compassion.org/women-fierce-self-compassion/

mindfulness and unconscious bias: Rhonda MacGee, JD "The Way of ColorInsight" link: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_mindfulness_can_defeat_racial_bias

more on implicit bias: Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt, co-founder of SPARQ (Standford University) https://www.npr.org/2019/03/26/706969408/macarthur-genius-recipient-jennifer-eberhardt-discusses-her-new-book-biased

 

Apr 17, 2019

Listen in to this fast-paced show with ex-Marine, 20-year Benedictine monk turned money manager, and generally cool guy, Doug Lynam.

Doug's personal story of having grown up in a "rich" family, then embracing a life of poverty among the Benedictines, led him to deep personal and professional understanding about how money can work for us.

His brand-new book is From Monk to Money Manager: A Former Monk's Financial Guide to Becoming a Little Bit Wealthy -- and Why That's Okay.

It's fascinating, folks.

Want more how-to's for hope and happiness? Sign up for Melanie's free newsletter here: www.melanieharth.com.

More about Doug: www.douglynam.com.

Doug's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/douglynam.

Apr 10, 2019

Exuberant academic researcher and professor, William Calvo-Quiros, riffs on horror movies, spiritual and imaginary geographies, immigration, femicide, and the emergence, evolution, and migration of five folk border saints in this fascinating, fast-paced show.

Dr. Calvo-Quiros is a 2018-2019 Mellon Research Fellow at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe.

School for Advanced Research: www.sarweb.org

 

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Apr 3, 2019

Love this show with scientist, photographer, altruistic volunteer and all-around cool guy John Vavruska.

John talks about his work re-building water systems and a school in Nepal following the devastating 2015 earthquakes.

Plenty International is the beloved "Hippy Peace Corps": www.plenty.org

 

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