01-17-17 Universal Soul Love Interview with Real Estate Investor Mike Wolf
Mike Wolf will be making a special guest appearance discussing how our beliefs and values impact our relationship with the energy of money as tool to improve our quality of life and the lives of those around us.
Real Estate Entrepreneur, Speaker, Mentor, and Vegan Advocate
Mike Wolf is an international speaker, author and mentor. He has been investing in real estate for over 23 years and helps people realize their dreams of a lifestyle of freedom by teaching strategies to achieve passive income.
Mike has been featured in media such as TV, radio, and various print publications. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and is frequently invited to speak in both Canada and the U.S.
Mike believes that you should love what you do every day and enjoy life. He helps people build businesses that they want to have, along with lifestyles that they want to live.
Mike has been featured on a TV program with Bob Bare and Pat Dougher Called “Monetize Your Mind” http://mikewolfmastery.com/
01-10-17 Det David and Dr Lana Love speak to world renowned author and mystic Andrew Harvey about being a spiritual warrior and sacred activist.
Author, Spiritual Counselor, and Sacred Activist
Andrew Harvey is Founder Director of the Institute of Sacred Activism, an international organization focused on inviting concerned people to take up the challenge of our contemporary global crises by becoming inspired, effective, and practical agents of institutional and systemic change, in order to create peace and sustainability. Sacred Activism is a transforming force of compassion-in-action that is born of a fusion of deep spiritual knowledge, courage, love, and passion, with wise radical action in the world. The large-scale practice of Sacred Activism can become an essential force for preserving and healing the planet and its inhabitants.
Andrew was born in south India in 1952, where he lived until he was nine years old. It is this early period that he credits with shaping his sense of the inner unity of all religions and providing him with a permanent and inspiring vision of a world infused with the sacred. He left India to attend private school in England and entered Oxford University in 1970 with a scholarship to study history. At the age of 21, he became the youngest person ever to be awarded a fellowship to All Soul’s College, England’s highest academic honor.
By 1977, Harvey had become disillusioned with life at Oxford and returned to his native India, where a series of mystical experiences initiated his spiritual journey. Over the next thirty years he plunged into different mystical traditions to learn their secrets and practices. In 1978 he met a succession of Indian saints and sages and began his long study and practice of Hinduism. In 1983, in Ladakh, he met the great Tibetan adept, Thuksey Rinpoche, and undertook with him the Mahayana Buddhist Bodhisattva vows. Andrew’s book about that experience, Journey in Ladakh, won the Christmas Humphries Award.
In 1984, Andrew Harvey began a life-long exploration and explication of Rumi and Sufi mysticism in Paris with a group of French Sufis and under the guidance of Eva De Vitray-Meyerovitch, the magnificent translator of Rumi into French. Andrew has written three books on that subject: The Way of Passion, The Celebration of Rumi and Perfume of the Desert, an anthology of Sufi mysticism. With Llewellyn Baughn Lee, he founded the Sufi Conferences, which have played a prominent role in uniting Sufis of all persuasions during the past six years. He has close connections with great Sufi teachers in America, Africa, India and Pakistan, and a very clear, comprehensive grasp of the state of modern Sufism in both the west and the east.
In 1990, he collaborated with Sogyal Rinpoche and Patrick Gaffney in the writing of The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. In 1992, he met Father Bede Griffiths in his ashram in south India near where Andrew had been born. It was this meeting that helped him synthesize the whole of his mystical explorations and reconcile eastern with western mysticism.
Andrew has since lived in London, Paris, New York, and San Francisco, and has continued to study a variety of religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity. He has written and edited over 30 books. Other honors he has received include the Benjamin Franklin Award and the Mind Body Spirit Award (both for Mary’s Vineyard: Daily Readings, Meditations, and Revelations). Among Harvey’s other well-known titles are: Dialogues with a Modern Mystic, Hidden Journey, The Essential Mystics, Son of Man, The Return of the Mother and The Direct Path. www.andrewharvey.net
01-03-17 Det David and Dr Lana Love speaks with special guest Ed Rubenstein Licensed Psychologist and Director of Education for the Heart Based Institute about Heart Based Therapeutics.
Licensed Psychologist and Director of the Heart Based Institute
Ed Rubenstein, Ph.D. is the Director of Education and Professional Training Programs for Heart Based Institute. He is also a licensed psychologist who has been at the forefront of the human potential field for over 30 years.
Ed received his Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Florida State University, and holds a Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling from Florida State University, a Masters in Psychology from Radford University, and a Masters in Spiritual Studies from Goddard College.
Over the course of his career, he has worked with a multiplicity of client populations and has conducted workshops and trainings for federal, city and county agencies as well as university, hospital, non-profit, corporate, and community settings.
Ed’s focus within psychology is on a heart based approach and its impact on the psychological and relational well-being of his diverse clientele. His transformative approach to psychology demonstrates a natural way for developing resiliency, emotional management, and for building positive relationships.
Facilitating professional workshops internationally, Ed shares his insights and in-depth knowledge about living a heart-centered life, supported by tools and approaches that contribute to a deeper experience of personal fulfillment.
He has successfully presented workshops at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Pan American World Health Organization (PAHO), and other agencies.
12-20-16 Det David & Dr Lana Love Explore a Therapeutic Technique called “Adaptive Empowerment Therapy
Modern medical science attempts to treat people with “psychiatric disorders”. It may be possible to treat mental issues by having a different perspective.
Throughout history we have seen people with significant medical challenges achieve phenomenal success . . . and not in spite of it . . . but because of it.
Adaptive Empowerment Therapy is a modality where the doctor/therapist/healer assists the patient or client in looking at how their “disability” might actually be an “ability” that the person can use to achieve success in some area of their life.
We have special guest Jacqueline Boyd joining us on the show.
Computer Repair Technician
Jacqueline Boyd Born in Sydney Australia 1975
Relative of artist Author Boyd.
At age 12, Jacqui sold a painting at gallery to Environment Minister Tim Moore who displayed the painting in Parliament House Sydney Competed in dressage on a national level.
Won Rider of the Year twice. Turned down position to train the stallions at El-Cabano Blanco.
Formidable chess player, has won a match against the NSW state chess champion and played a famous grand master from Russia.
During her teen years, Jacqui committed to volunteer work including Riding for the Disabled, Animal Care, Teachers Aide to Special School Students, Neighbourhood Aid, and many other charitable organizations.