Dr. Jennifer Howard is host of "A Conscious Life," a weekly podcast that is part of the Co-Creator Radio Network. On this week's show, at 4 pm EST/1 pm PST, she is speaking with spiritual teacher and author, Andrew Harvey. I have read some of his work, particularly the translations of Rumi, but I am not very familiar with his work as a whole - seems a little woo to me, but then I am a skeptic.
Date: December 19You can listen to the show at the A Conscious Life page from the Co-Creator Radio Network.
Andrew Harvey is an internationally acclaimed poet, novelist, translator, mystical scholar, and spiritual teacher. Harvey has published over 20 books including The Hope a Guide to Sacred Activism (Hay House) and Heart Yoga the Sacred Marriage of Yoga and Mysticism (North Atlantic Books). Harvey is a Fellow of All Souls College Oxford from (1972-1986) and has taught at Oxford University, Cornell University, The California Institute of Integral Studies, and the University of Creation Spirituality, as well as various spiritual centers throughout the United States. He was the subject of the 1993 BBC film documentary The Making of a Modern Mystic. He is the Founder of the Institute for Sacred Activism in Oak Park, Illinois, where he lives. His website is www.andrewharvey.net.
Here is a little ad copy about Dr. Howard's A Conscious Life podcast.
In “A Conscious Life,” internationally known psychotherapist, life and business coach, energy healer, and speaker, Dr Jennifer Howard, Ph.D., and her guests, will explore what it means to be awake and conscious in your daily life, in your relationships, in your spirituality, in relationship to your health and wellness, and in your work and financial life. Dr. Howard’s guests will encompass interdisciplinary perspectives and multi-faith, and a wide range of modalities, from psychology and spirituality to medicine and wellness to quantum physics science and social activism – plus much more.
“A Conscious Life” is an invitation to take charge of your life, to identify and change what is getting in the way of you reaching your full potential. Even if you’re pretty happy with your life, the reward of living consciously is a continually deepening sense of wholeness, and satisfaction with life. The goal, here, isn’t perfection, but progress—greater awareness, steady growth, and lasting change.