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2012:
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January 2011

January 5


DR. YEHUDA SHABATAY, professor of Bible at San Diego State University, discusses the history and process of Biblical archeology, especially in the Land of Israel; the effect of findings on history and faith; recent findings; and the current political implications of digging up the past in the Holy Land.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

January 12


JOSEPH MARK COHEN, astrologer and mystic, discusses the meaning and purpose of Kabbalah, the workings of Kabbalistic astrology, the Light Body, the current “buzz” about superfoods, the movement from 3D to 5D, and 2011 as a gateway to the cosmic happenings that will take place in 2012.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

January 19


RABBI DR. ARTHUR WASKOW, director of The Shalom Center and lifetime political activist, discusses the lives and legacies of two of the greatest spiritual leaders of the last part of the 20th century — The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and Rabbi Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel, and how their teachings and political leadership grew out of their understanding of biblical prophetic social justice.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

January 26


ELLEN KAUFMAN DOSICK, frequent and popular guest on SpiritTalk Live! joins her husband, our host, Rabbi Wayne, in discussing their recent sojourn to the Holy City of Jerusalem; their adventures, the people they met, the lessons they learned, and the messages they bring from the city that is the center of the world.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

February 2011

February 2


SANDI DOLBEE, former Religion & Ethic Editor of the San Diego Union-Tribune, discusses the role of the public press in providing information and commentary about religious ideas and events, and the place of secular discussion and debate in the arena of religious and, especially, ethical issues.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

February 9


RABBI MALKA DRUCK
, congregational rabbi, spiritual guide, and author of more than twenty books for adults and children, including Women Spiritual Leaders, and Women and Judaism, discusses the place and emerging role of women in religion, and also how her books for children influence the spirituality of the next generation.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

February 16


DAVID BARON, computer expert for one of the world’s largest technological companies and mid-life rabbinic student, discusses how his life combines the scientific and technological achievements of the modern-age, and the ancient teachings of Torah and the religious and spiritual traditions.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

February 23


EHUD SPERLING
, founder and publisher of Inner Traditions - Bear & Co. spiritual book publishers, and his wife VATSALA discuss their new book, For Seven Lifetimes: An East-West Journey to a Spiritually Fulfilling and Sustainable Marriage, and their partnership of love that is sourced in an interweaving of religious and cultural traditions from both the West and East.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

March 2011

March 2


ELLEN KAUFMAN DOSICK, frequent and most popular guest on SpiritTalk Live! continues her discussion with our host, her husband, Rabbi Wayne, about their recent sojourn to the Holy City of Jerusalem; their adventures, the people they met, the lessons they learned, and the messages they bring from the city that is the center of the world.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

March 9


JACK LIEF, founder and CEO of Arena Pharmaceuticals discusses the ideals, principles, and practicalities of running a major corporation that is sourced in a deep commitment to ethical values and behaviors; how to treat associates, employees, customers, and stock holders; how to do well and do good.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

March 16


RABBI DR. VICTOR GROSS, who holds a doctorate in philosophy from the University of California at Berkeley, and teaches philosophy and theology to rabbinic student, returns to SpiritTalk Live! to discuss the life and thought of Rabbi Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel, one of the most creative and influential theologians of the mid-20th century, emphasizing Heschel’s work in spirituality, and the personal relationship with God.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

March 23


DR. VIRGINIA LYONS, author of, On Awakening and the Awakening Process, reports on her interviews with Ron Hall, the founder of the Awakening Process, which allows a person to connect his/her personality to the Higher Self, to the true essence of being, and the focus, peace, and action results that follow every session.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

March 30


RABBI WAYNE discusses the old adage that "Life begins on Opening Day" (of the baseball season) and how the lessons of individual achievement and team play teach our children valuable life-lessons about loyalty, obligation, responsibility to community, and the "game of life."

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

April 2011

April 6


JAN TOBER, anchor of the Kryon channeling and introducer to the world of the phenomenon of the Indigo Children, now turns her attention to healing through the magical sounds of Crystal Bowls and the powerful beauty of her own voice.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

April 13


DR. SHAYA ISENBERG & DR. BAHIRA SUGARMAN, directors emeriti of the Aleph Age-ing o Sage-ing program, discuss the process of growing older with grace, dignity, and wisdom; how to transform natural regrets and sense of loss into renewed purpose and inner peace.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

FR. JAMES J. O'LEARY, one of SpiritTalk Live!'s most frequent and popular guests, returns to our program to discuss with Rabbi Wayne the history, themes, purposes, and observances of the springtime festivals of Easter and Passover; their similarities and differences, and the great impact these holidays have had on each other's religious traditions and on the world.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

April 27


RABBI SHEFA GOLD, world-renowned chantress, performer, recording artist, and author, discusses the beauty and the power of spiritual chant as a means for coming into deep connection with the Divine; how chant is structured, how it is best utilized, how it effects body and soul, and how it shapes the spiritual journey.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

May 2011

CANTOR KATHY ROBBINS who served Temple Solel as its Cantor and Director of Music for 26 years, and has now joined with Rabbi Wayne in leading religious services for The Elijah Minyan, discusses the role of Cantor - in all faith communities - in coming to God through the music of the prayer-service, inspiring congregants in their worship, and leading the spiritual journey through song.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

RABBI RAFAEL GOLDSTEIN, director of pastoral care at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York, and founder of Dynamics of Hope Consultants, discusses the role of the hospital chaplain in bringing spiritual care and comfort to the ill and the dying, to those who care for and about them, and to those living with serious illness of painful loss.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

May 18

FRIENDSHIP

ALAN RUBIN returns to SpiritTalk Live! on his 64th birthday t discuss with Rabbi Wayne their friendship of more than 56 years; how is deep friendship formed and maintained of more than half a century - especially when the friends have not lived in the same city since high school? How do men form new, intimate friendships throughout their lives? What are the core values that sustain long-lasting friendships?

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

RABBI KARYN BETH BERGER, who recently enlisted as a United States Army Chaplain, and her father, RABBI MURRAY BERGER, long-time active and reserve military Chaplain, come to SpiritTalk Live! on the even of Memorial Day to discuss their discussions to serve in the military, the role of the military Chaplain in serving our troops, and the delicate balance between representing a religious tradition and that passionately advocates peace, while, at the same time, going to - and supporting the troops - in war.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

June 2011

June 1


ELLEN KAUFMAN DOSICK, the most frequent and popular guest on SpiritTalk Live! updates us - through her channeled revelations - on what is happening in our World of Spirit, and gives us spiritual news - both the challenging and the comforting - that we can use, and the processes we can invoke, to enhance and enrich our lives, and to ennoble this universe in which we live.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

SIOBHAN WILCOX, clairvoyant and blogger at The Angelic Messenger, discusses her ability to connect with the Angelic Realm and the world of Spirit, and how her gifts are used to help people meet and communicate with their Angels and to hear messages from the Other Side, leading to an enriched life of inner knowing, joy, and peace.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

June 15


GLORIA LINDSAY, author of Sacred Prayers: Inpirational Words of Healing, discusses how the original prayers she has written help open the spiritual pathway, and guide each one of use toward the holy treasure that is within, connecting us to the Infinite Divine Inner Realms.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

June 22


THE REV. DR. KAHTY HEARN, president of the United Centers for Spiritual Living (formerly United Church of Religious Science) based on the philosophy of its founder, Dr. Ernest Holmes, discusses the Universal Spirit, the deep Spirit within each human being, the unity of all life, the power of the mind, and the power of prayer.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

June 29


SALLY PLONE, director of the Kallah of Aleph: Alliance for Jewish Renewal, joins us live from the Kallah, the bi-annual gathering of more than 600 people, held this year at the University of the Redlands, Redlands, California, to discuss the program of classes, worships services, activities, and social justice actions that are taking place to celebrate and affirm Jewish spiritual renewal.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

July 2011

July 6


BEA WRAGEE, trained meta-physician with expertise in alternative modalities, discusses EPFX, a dynamic computer biofeedback system, that scans of 9,000 different categories that affect human wellness, and the channeled plan that can guide each of use to health, well-being, and personal empowerment.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

July 13


RABBI DR. SHOHAMA HARRIS WEINER, director of Spiritual Direction and Development for Aleph, the seminary without walls ordination programs and its training program for clergy to receive ordination as a Spiritual Director, discusses the purpose and the process of spiritual direction, SHOHAM, her unique psycho-spiritual healing process based on biblical texts and mystical teachings, and the anthology, Seeking and Soaring, which was published by her colleagues in her honor.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

July 20



MICHELLE HEAHER, energy worker, psychic, and healer, discusses how she uses her energy to connect with another, so that information flows through her for the other's highest good; how her connection with God, the Angels, and Guides, bring healing and direction; how Divine Light comes through her to bring understanding and enlightenment about life's paths.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

  July 27


DOC COLLINS, who plays SPIRITTALK LIVE!'s theme song every week, discusses his life as a professional baseball player, road musician, lead actor in San Franciscos's longest-running state play, music teacher who has developed his own unique system for learning to play piano, and highly developed spiritual being, who is immersed in the world of Spirit. (These are all my accolades, not his, for he is too humble to say any of these things about himself).


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

August 2011

RUTH PLATNER, who survived the Nazi onslaught, discusses her life as a child, her survival from the Nazis, her reborn life as mother, grandmother, extremely talented artist, art teacher, and author, and her faith that gave her the courage and the ability to survive.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

August 10


RABBI T'MIMAH ICKOVITS
, teacher, spiritual guide, and movement practitioner, trained both in an Orthodox Yeshiva and as an electronics engineer, discusses Holistic Kabbalah, and shares the benefits of building a relationship with Earth and her patterns; how the seasons and the lunar cycle constellations are a continuously available means for meeting the consciousness of our Maker; and how it is up to us to listen for and learn conscious living through mystical teachings and ongoing practice.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

August 17

THESE COSMIC TIMES

ELLEN KAUFMAN DOSICK, our most frequent and popular guest, returns to SpiritTalk Live! with an update on what is happening spiritually and energetically in our world and in our cosmos. Ellen’s channeled information helps us make sense of our sometimes chaotic lives, and gives us guidance and direction for personal - and cosmic - understanding and fulfillment.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

  August 24

BABEL'S DAUGHTER

CHAYA KAPLAN LESTER
, extraordinarily talented poet, artist, performer, and Scriptural commentator, holy Rebbetzin (Rabbi’s wife), and mother of three adorable - and very smart - little children, discusses her journey from the Bible Belt to Jerusalem - how a daughter of America’s deep south is now a daughter of the Holy City, and how her background and her current life weave together to bring depth and wisdom to those who learn from her.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

  August 31


SHULAMIT FAGAN
, director of Aleph’s Rabbinic Pastor program, discusses the art and science of being a pastoral chaplain; how one trains to be a ministering pastor, the work of the pastor, and the great benefits of pastoring to those who are in need of spiritual comfort, guidance. and direction.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

September 2011

FR. J. J. O'LEARY, one of SpiritTalk Live!’s most frequent and popular guests, returns to discuss with Rabbi Wayne the current state of Jewish-Catholic relations, the worldwide threat of fundamentalists, and how spirituality can affect world politics and governments.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

September 14


HAZEL WILLIAMS CARTER
, spiritual intuitive and specially trained Shamanic healer, discusses the many spiritual modalities she uses for healing, including Constellation work, trauma therapy, relationship bonding, Soul Memory Discovery, Indigo spiritual healing, sound healing, color light therapy, and Shamanic and energy healing.


Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

September 21

STATES OF BEING


JAY CRUZ, the extraordinary producer of HealthyLife.net, show host, daily newscaster, and talented musician, helps celebrate the completion of SpirtTalk Live!’s second year on HealthyLife.net, and brings his perspective to the issues discussed on this program, including the World of Spirit, religions and faith, the geo-political world in which we live, and some of his most enduring loves including music and baseball.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

  September 28

LOSS, MOURNING, AND RENEWAL

RABBI DR. ANNE BRENER, author of Mourning and Mitzvah: Walking the Mourner’s Path From Grief to Healing, discusses all the losses we experience, the grief-work we can do, and the rebirth that comes. This program is especially relevant on the day when Rosh HaShanah, the commemoration of the Jewish New Year, the opportunity to take soul-inventory of our lives — begins in the evening, when we measure our losses and our triumphs of the past year, and find the path toward healing and renewal.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

October 2011

October 5

AT-ONE-MENT

ELLEN KAUFMAN DOSICK, SpiritTalk Live!’s most frequent and popular guest, returns to celebrate with Rabbi Wayne the beginning of the third year of SpiritTalk Live! on HealthyLife.net; the season of rebirth and renewal of At-One-Ment with God; and the most recent channeling of information about our universe from Ellen’s Internet publication, The Cosmic Times.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

October 12

SPIRITUAL ART

RUTH PLATNER, who recently appeared on SpirtTalk Live! to share the story of her childhood and survival in Nazi Germany, returns to discuss her life-long passion for art, the inspiration for her paintings, and her teaching of art for meditation and spiritual growth.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

  October19

QUANTUM THINKING

DIANNE COLLINS, author of Do You Quantum Think?: New Thinking That Will Rock Your World, discusses new ways of thinking that can bring real solutions to modern problems in this fast-paced and often chaotic world. Here discovery provides understanding and methodology to rise above problems of the moment by laying the foundation for an entirely new way of thinking.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

  October 26

RAISING HAPPINESS

DR. CHRISTINE CARTER, sociologist at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, author of Raising Happiness: 10 Simple Steps for More Joyful Kids and Happier Parents, and blogger for Greater Good, discusses joyful, fulfilling parenting, and raising happy, successful, and resilient kids.

Rabbi Wayne's  "Here's What I'm Thinking."

November 2011

November 2

SOUL JOURNEY

RABBI SHAWN ZEVIT
, spiritual guide, award-winning recording artist, author of Offerings of the Heart: Money and Values in Faith Communities, and consultant to numerous organizations in the areas of leadership, community building, creativity and spirituality in the workplace, discusses the individual, communal, and global soul journey that enriches and ennobles our lives.


DAVID CORBIN, successful businessman, entrepreneur, consultant, award-winning inventor, and author of Illuminate: Harnessing the Positive Power of Negative Thinking, discusses a positive mental attitude, and acknowledging the negative, solving problems by choosing not to ignore them, fostering a healthy business environment, and other techniques that bring success to business and to life.

November 16

THE ORIGIN OF SORROW


ROBERT MAYER, author of the new historical novel, The Origins of Sorrow, discusses the themes of his book, in which he tells the story of the Jews of Frankfort in the 1700’s, trapped physically by the walls of the ghetto, and, in a greater sense, by the rules of a society in which they are outcasts.

November 23

THE KABBALAH OF FOOD

RABBI LEAH NOVICK, spiritual Elder, and author of On The Wings of Shekinah, returns to SpiritTalk Live! on the eve of American Thanksgiving to discuss what the mystical tradition teaches us about our relationship with food — and abundance and lack — to deepen our search for balance, harmony, justice, and higher consciousness.


ELAINE JESMER. author of I’m Hot! …and I’m Bald: Chemotherapy for Winners, discusses her bout with breast cancer, what she learned about chemotherapy, and how lives can be saved when treatment is accepted with wit, laughter, tears and triumph. A program in honor of Cancer Awareness Month.

December 2011

December 7


ELLEN KAUFMAN DOSICK
, our most frequent and popular guest, returns to SpiritTalk Live! with an update on what is happening spiritually and energetically in our world and in our cosmos. Ellen’s channeled information helps us make sense of our sometimes chaotic lives, and gives us guidance and direction for personal - and cosmic - understanding and fulfillment.



December 14


CAROL DAVIDSON BAIRD, genealogist, discusses the purpose and the process of tracing family roots, the many sources to be tapped, the fascinating — and sometimes plodding — research to be done, and the thrill of discovery; of particular interest is her Holocaust research, and the tracing of her own family roots in Europe.



December 21


ABBY LEIBMAN, the new president and CEO of Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger, discusses the crisis — and the shame — of worldwide hunger, and, particularly, hunger here in the United States; what can and must be done to alleviate hunger, so that every human being can live in dignity.



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           August   September   October   November   December

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           August   September   October   November   December

2012:
  January   February

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