Making Peace With Death
Radio interview by Paul Ingles on Peace Talks Radio with Camille Adair, Karin Thron & Denys Cope.
Interview with Peruvian Healer & Medicine Man, Hernan Braveheart
Hernan shares his experiences in being with dying people from a perspective that integrates traditional wisdom. In this interview, Hernan gives us a glimpse through a sacred lens that is an invitation beyond the borders of mainstream culture. Hernan is the founder of the Arawaka Ceremonial Center northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Born in Peru he was trained as a healer in his own country and then became a Lakota medicine man. His connection with both South American and North American Spiritual traditions generates the dedication of his work the the fulfillment of the prophecy of the eagle and the condor. According to this prophecy, the union of the spiritual ways of the South and North America will bring major healing to the earth and all peoples.
015 – Grave Matters: An Interview with Mark Harris
Camille and Mark discuss his book, Grave Matters, which documents the funeral industry and green burial alternatives and the related experience of families who chose what they consider to be more meaningful and sustainable options in death care.
Mark Harris is a former environmental columnist with the Los Angeles Time Syndicate. His articles and essays have appeared in the Chicago Tribute, Reader’s Digest, E: The Environmental Magazine, Hope, and Vegetarian Times.
014 – Stephen Levine’s Soft Belly Meditation
This is Stephen Levine’s Soft Belly Meditation.
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013 – Interview with Michael Ortiz Hill
Camille interviews Michael Ortiz Hill, a registered nurse and author of The Craft of Compassion. Michael shares his experience as an initiated medicine man with the tribal people of Zimbabwe and his diagnosis of MS. www.michaelortizhill.com
012 – Ho’oponopono & How Do You Pray with Celeste Yacoboni
Interview with Celeste Jacoboni, a massage therapist, and singer sharing her CD Ho’oponopono: Hawaiian healing process based on taking total responsibility for the world we create. www.celestialbodyandsoul.com
011 – Jane Smith Bernhardt
Jane discusses her book, Author of We Are Here: Love Never Dies, which describes her incredible journey with the passing of her father. http://www.janebernhardt.com/
010 – Stan Goldberg
Dr. Stan Goldberg discusses his book, Lessons for the Living: Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life. He shares his experiences with prostate cancer and how he became a hospice volunteer. www.stangoldbergwriter.com
009 – Holding Sacred Space and Marking Rites of Passage with Meredith Little
Meredith Little, founder of the School of Lost Borders shares her personal journey into the natural world, where she guides people through rites of passages. www.schooloflostborders.org/
008 – Making of a Nurse with Tilda Shalof
A Life Long Practice – Tilda Shalof, author of the bestselling book, A Nurses Story joins Camille to discuss her most recent book The Making of a Nurse. Tilda shares personal stories about her life and work as a nurse and how her challenges ultimately led to the writing of her book. http://nursetilda.com/