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Since 1973 New Dimensions Radio/Media, a not-for-profit membership organization, has been producing and distributing the “New Dimensions” radio series heard worldwide. Each week, this life-long learning program series presents leading-edge thinkers, scientists, artists, healers, ecologists, spiritual leaders, and social architects in award winning, deep dialogues. It is the longest running, most successful independently produced radio interview program on public radio. On this website, the New Dimensions’ program archive contains hundreds of programs now available for downloading in digital format.
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Wildness in a Modern Age – The Reintroduction of Wolves to the Landscape with Brenda Peterson June 27, 2017 | 5:00 am
There is much opposition to the programs reintroducing wild wolves into their natural habitat, at least some of which stems from our mythological view of wolves as standing for all that is vicious, dangerous, and savage. The recovery activity for this endangered keystone species is a long game. Here Peterson outlines this uphill endeavor on their behalf.
Viewing Human History As A Spiritual Epic with Robert Atkinson, Ph.D. June 20, 2017 | 5:00 am
Robert Atkinson offers a deeply thoughtful view of conscious evolution drawn from the continuous wisdom of the world’s religions. He inspires hope as he traces love’s unifying power throughout history, and encourages us not to be distracted by seeming setbacks. He says, “love is the spiritual activism of our time.”
Becoming a Trustworthy Listener with Andrew Forsthoefel June 13, 2017 | 5:00 am
Andrew Forsthoefel created for himself a coming of age ritual. After graduating from college, he took a year to walk 4,000 miles across America. Along the way, he experienced the hospitality and wisdom of hundreds of strangers and encountered countless remarkable stories. He reveals how he become a trustworthy listener. Tune-in and be inspired by this authentic tale.
The Bounty Of A Generous Heart with Andrew Bienkowski (ENCORE) June 6, 2017 | 5:00 am
Bienkowski grew up in Siberia, his family exiled by the Communist regime. In a life that began with nothing, living on soup made from discarded potato peelings, he learned that true wealth and happiness come from giving, and made his way observing the true value of gratitude, forgiveness, and understanding.
Wandering And Wondering In Our Native Landscape with Kate Marianchild May 30, 2017 | 5:00 am
Marianchild has trained herself as an amateur naturalist watching wildlife, leading nature walks, and giving slide presentations. Here she shares the delight that comes from walking slowly or sitting quietly in nature, including how we might go about discovering our local eco-system.
Imagining A Sustainable And Regenerative Society with Daniel Pinchbeck May 23, 2017 | 5:00 am
Change is going to come no matter what. Pinchbeck is advocating nothing less than the need to embrace our responsibility for understanding what’s happening and play an active part in caring for the world. He feels this time in our human history can serve as our initiation to the next level of consciousness: ecologically, socially, politically, and spiritually.
The Creative Path Is A Life Path with Cathy Wild May 16, 2017 | 5:00 am
Cathy Wild suggests that there is no set formula for the creative process and that it is our natural state, our birthright. She gives advice on the importance of knowing yourself deeply, which sustains the creative process. She also talks about how to cope with resistance and how to remain calm and vulnerable once your gift is presented to the world.
Feel First/Think Later: Finding Your Way To Emotional Freedom (ENCORE) with Raphael Cushnir May 9, 2017 | 5:00 am
Discover what emotions are governing your life and learn how to release them and heal your addictions. Cushnir explores such ideas as why your brain perceives emotions as a threat to your survival, why you don’t need to understand an emotion to be able to release it, and how you can “surf” your way through difficult emotions.
The Care And Feeding Of Intentional Communities with Diana Leafe Christian May 2, 2017 | 5:00 am
For decades, Diana Leafe Christian has been researching and giving workshops on ecovillages. She feels that Sociocracy is one of the most effective methods of governance for serving intentional communities. It is a whole–system science that goes a step beyond consensus–governing practices. It uses transparency and inclusiveness, and creates a resilient and coherent system.
The Matristic Culture Of Pre-historic Europe with Mary Mackey, Ph.D. April 25, 2017 | 5:00 am
In her prequel to the Earthsong series of novels that take place in Neolithic times, Mary Mackey envisions when the matristic and patriarchal cultures clashed. One culture lived in collaborative partnerships with a communal way of governing. The other was a more warlike and aggressive culture. She shares the research on which she bases her stories.
Wise Guidance For Empaths And Highly Sensitive People with Judith Orloff, M.D. April 18, 2017 | 5:00 am
Orloff says that empaths don’t have the same neurological wiring that other people do and so they tend to absorb things and take on the world’s angst. Her goal is to give people strategies on how to keep empathy open, alive, and growing, while learning how to set very clear boundaries.
Justine Toms is co-founder and Managing Producer and Host of "New Dimenions," a nationally-syndicated show on KKFI airing Tuesdays at 5:00 am.