Are you curious about sustainable communities and learning more about the proven practices of co-creation? This episode interviews two original cultural creatives, Carolyn Anderson and Katherine Roske, as we delve into their lives, businesses, families, marriages, and more! Their book, Co-Creator’s Handbook, has evolved over the years as they put the book’s co-creative practices and lessons to the test both in their personal lives and through their stewardship of Hummingbird Transformational Living Center. Their business, Living Co-Creation, which they manage with their husbands, now trains and coaches groups worldwide on such practices and ways of creating in collaboration, peacefully and thoroughly, so everyone’s skills are honored and included.
Have you ever been abused and buried the feelings attached to the experience? Listen and watch as Patricia Diorio, wise woman / TV show host / public speaker, tells us about her delicate, multi-decade recovery from being raped as a young child. Her intuition guided her along the way and comforted her as she healed and sought help. Today, she mentors women of all ages so they can be their best, most transparent selves. She attributes her latest burst of healing to Paul Selig, the channel and author of a series of books starting with, “I am The Word”.
Dr. Luc and Barb Maes own and operate a thriving naturopathic practice in Santa Barbara, CA. Navigating their life, as a couple and business partners, through intuition and street smarts has been a journey! Listen to their journey on this show and hear how they came to love the healing and nutritious properties of the baobab tree in Africa. Today, they manufacture several products related to lost crops, such as the baobab, and distribute them nationwide – creating a conscious supply chain has put them on the map and they are being acknowledged by Burt’s Bees, Nature’s Path, Patagonia, Whole Foods, and other industry leaders.
Barbara Savage is the Founder of The Tribal Trust Foundation and an Author, Filmmaker, Indigenous people’s advocate, and Momma Bear. Listen as she shares what its been like to be intuitive and connected to native lands and peoples – her whole life. Hear how she earned her name (Barbarian Savage she used to say as a young girl!) and the incredible lengths she and her team are going to to protect ancient wisdom keepers and our planet’s biodiversity.
Check out this episode #OneHourOfSunshine where Dr. Andrea Neal describes what its like to be very intuitive and science-driven. This Momma Bear is tackling our world’s greatest challenge – WATER. Also,Taki Gold, shares how mentoring youth basketball teams is his modern-day right of passage gift to his boys. As a child soldier who escaped war, Taki now makes war beautiful with his apparel/art/music and LIFE!
Listen as guest Adam Hall reveals his intuitive path, going from self-proclaimed multimillion-dollar corporate CEO-narcissist to truth seeker to conscious leader and acclaimed author. The mission, of One Hour of Sunshine, is to normalize and elevate intuition as a respected skill and asset for ourselves, our families, our communities, our companies, our organizations, and our governments.
“One Hour of Sunshine” Episode 3 is up with Dr. David Pohlman of the Maharishi School / University / Center and his take on teaching transcendental meditation in the school setting, maintaining the emotional bond while holding his students accountable, and addressing worldly topics with them consciously including gun control.
Introducing “One Hour of Sunshine,” a Video Podcast dedicated to showcasing real people, business leaders, who are actively using their intuition to navigate their lives, including their business endeavors.
In this episode, Dr. Hesu Whitten shares how kinesiology can enhance your life as an intuitive tool. Also, hear how minerals ignite the circuitry in your body and how juicing with Juice Ranch can improve your health and vitality.
“One Hour of Sunshine” Episode 1 with CEO of Oniracom, Jacob Tell, was the kick off… the launch pad…the no turning back point for elevating intuition as an asset in business and life. Jacob bravely shares, as a male leader from SoCal, how accessing his intuition took his entire lifetime to date. He courageously shares funny revealing bits about his story and how he built a successful marketing and tech development firm in Santa Barbara, CA, servicing global rockstars and mom and pop shops alike.