Spirit Speaks with Cindy Paulos and Father Carel-Piet van Eeden Ph.D., D.Emed
We talk about how Spirit works through us.
We also talk about the creation of our new CD. In The Hands of God.
when Spirit speaks I listen
and from the soul I hear
light that carries frequencies
that from God now appear
when spirit reaches out to me
I go inside that space
the robe that has been offered
holds such amazing grace
there is a sacred chalice
that is offered in your name
the sacrament is given
to lift what words can’t say
when spirit speaks I listen
and go inside that inner space
where there’s a way to connect
and communicate and pray
I ask dear Lord my savior
to speak to me each day
and to inspire and lead me
by messages you bring my way
when Spirit speaks I listen
in great humility
and wonder at the miracle
that works so mysteriously
Beth Ann Hilton and I talk with Lisa Reagon and Suzanne Jackson about their deep work with Shunia. Shunia are a duo: Lisa Reagan and Suzanne Jackson | Shunia is a duo that combines mantra, melodies, ancient chants and polycultural rhythms into a sound that feels both new and timeless. Their music captures and conveys deep energies and spirit. The state of “shunia” means stillness, receptivity. A stillness of power, not passivity. Shunia’s members, Lisa Reagan and Suzanne Jackson, combine their influences, inspirations and experiences to form genre-defying music with the power to transform and to connect you to the energy within and around you. It can put you in touch with something as simple as your five senses or as mysterious as the infinite. Experience the music of Shunia, it will transport you.
Shunia YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVvsZECVFyfF5OFCS5VWJCw
Music Sales: https://lnk.to/shunia
I talk to author and eace pilgrim Brandon Wilson from his home in Chamonix. BRANDON WILSON, Chev. is a Lowell Thomas Gold Award-winning author/photographer and explorer, a peace pilgrim and long distance trekker. He has explored nearly 100 countries, including making an African transect from London to Cape Town. Over decades, he’s been especially passionate about hiking historic long-distance pilgrim trails. In 1992, Brandon and his wife Cheryl became the first Western couple to trek the 1100-kilometer trail from Lhasa, Tibet to Kathmandu. Then he focused on Europe, trekking the Camino de Santiago Francés (twice) across northern Spain, then the Via de la Plata from Seville, and the Camino Catalan and Camino Aragonés from Barcelona. Brandon was the first American to traverse the 1850-kilometer Via Francigena from Canterbury, England to Rome. In 2006, he hiked and founded the 4500-kilometer Templar Trail, recreating the route of the First Crusades as a path of peace from France to Jerusalem. Later, in 2009, Brandon and Cheryl trekked the Via Alpina along the backbone of the Alps across eight countries from Trieste to Monaco, climbing the equivalent of 12 Mt. Everests. In 2015, he hiked the ancient St. Olav’s Way for the second time across Norway and Sweden on an Explorers Club Flag expedition. Most recently, he trekked the Alta Via 1 across the Italian Dolomites and the Tour de Mt. Blanc in France, Italy and Switzerland.
Brandon is a Fellow of The Explorers Club and was recently knighted by the Sovereign Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem/Knights of Malta. He lives in the French Alps.
Here’s this weeks Astrological Insight from Oralea Starr Language of the Soul for Feb 22.
Valerie Romanoff is our guest on The Creators. Beth Ann Hilton and I talk to the ultra talented Valerie Romanoff. Guitarist/composer Valerie Romanoff takes her listeners through a full spectrum of music from STILL (music for meditation), CHILL (music for activation) to THRILL (music for celebration). Leader of the world-renown Starlight Orchestra, and producer of “Groove Into Bliss: Musical Meditations & More” Valerie crafts unique experiences, tapping into the vibration of sound and the energy surrounding us, by tapping into the vibration of music and the energy surrounding us. Valerie believes that bringing intentions, affirmations and prayers into each of our activities empowers a vibrant life of more peace, love and happiness.
Valerie will have a special concert from Sedona Feb 27th. Go to thi slink for tickets,
Here’s the latest updates on the 41st Annual Whale festival
41st annual Maui Whale Festival, presented by Pacific Whale Foundation
The Virtual Run & Walk for Whales continues
Feb. 8 – 28, $50
From February 8 – 28, whale lovers and exercise enthusiasts can join PWF staff and supporters as they walk, run or jog from the nonprofit’s world headquarters in Ma’alaea, Maui to its Ocean Store in Lahaina for a total of 14.9 miles by signing up at www.mauiwhalefestival.org/runwalk. Participants have 20 days to complete the mission to protect the ocean through science and advocacy and inspire environmental stewardship.
Fifth Annual World Whale Film Festival starts Friday
Virtual Feb. 19 – 28, $20
The Fifth Annual World Whale Film Festival (WWFF), an important cornerstone of MWF, kicks off on February 19. The 10-day virtual offering features thoughtfully curated visual stories about ocean conservation, environmental activism and champions of nature participants can view at any time throughout the film festival. Proceeds to attend the virtual and in-person Film Festival will go directly to furthering PWF’s mission work.
Maui Whale Festival Webinar Series
on Friday Feb. 19 – Research
Maui Artisan Virtual Craft Fair
Now – March 31
No charge to vendors
The Maui Artisan Virtual Craft Fair showcases products and services of Maui Nui merchants, artists and crafters, restaurants and businesses. Support Maui County businesses by shopping local at the two-month-long virtual marketplace celebrating the return of the whales. The platform encourages online consumers and collectors to shop local by driving them to the virtual store or e-commerce site of the businesses. This is not a fundraiser for PWF, as no money is generated for the organization, but a way for PWF to support other local businesses.
JAZZ MAUI PRESENTS A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO BLACK HISTORY MONTH”, A retrospective of classic African American inspired music Dinner and 2 Shows this Saturday at 5 and 7:30 by some of Maui’s most accomplished musicians, including Sal Godinez, Ron Metoyer, Jay Molina and more, at the Empanada Lady Restaurant in Wailuku. Show tickets are $10
available at Jazzmaui.org for dinner reservations call 868-4544.
An Astrological look at this week with Orolea Starr Language of the Soul for this week. Feb 15
Love talk, Valentine’s special
The soulful, award winning Jeff Oster talks to us about his time in Mexico. Jeff is one of the few trumpet/flugelhorn artists working in ambient terrain. His music will take you through chilled and dramatic soundscapes, led by the silken sound of his horn. Five of his albums, “RELEASED”, “TRUE”, “SURRENDER” and “NEXT” and “REACH” have been voted as ZMR Album of the Year by broadcasters worldwide. http://jeffoster.com