Doug Lynam, author of the popular book, "From Monk to Money Manager: A Former Monk's Guide to Becoming a Little Bit Wealthy -- and Why That's OK", is back for another lively show about your finances.
Topics include how good political systems increase wealth, wealth-creation school programs, and what it looks like to have an abusive relationship to money.
money, finances, wealth, financial ptsd, money archetypes, poverty and stress, retirement planning
Listen in as the inimitable Kate Reynolds, licensed psychotherapist and mindfulness expert, coaches Melanie through one of latest and most powerful mindfulness training tracks -- mPEAK (Mindful Performance Enhancement Awareness & Knowledge).
"Mindfulness is not a pet rock. It's the foundation of how to participate in our own health and healing."
Elite ultra runner, contributing editor and former managing editor at Outside Magazine, writer and author Katie Arnold discusses her critically acclaimed memoir, "Running Home."
Katie's inspiring story of how she dealt with the grief of losing her father is a heart-warming one.
"Grief has its own topography, jagged and unpredictable. In the beginning it was like dragging myself up a vertical face, the surface loose and slippery, trying not to slip backwards into darkness."
Dr. Mary Littrell, author and head of the Selection Committee for the International Folk Art Market, shares stories from Guatemala and the Maya women's art collective, Multiflores.
Women's empowerment through innovative art-making, the transformation of personal identity, and social entrepreneurship are the focus of this episode (along with a wee bit of fundraising for KSFR).
Artisans and artists around the world are often forced by circumstances of poverty and isolated geography to create beauty from nothing.
This is true for many of the artists featured at the world's largest folk art market -- Santa Fe's International Folk Art Market.
This episode features Peggy Gaustad sharing stories of remarkable group of Cuban artists.
Can art-making and beauty help heal trauma? Listen in.