Global Sense Show episodes explore spirituality, personal growth, relationships, new media, economics, politics, our changing environment, and more. No topic is off limits. In this cutting-edge program, host Judah Freed and expert guests each week discuss local-to-global issues and personal choices that make global sense.
The goal of the Global Sense Show is empowering you to make a difference in the world. When we are aware that everything we think, feel, say, and do affects all life on earth and the planet itself, our enlightened consciousness influences all aspects of our daily lives — the way we live, love, learn, work, play, pray, and vote. Since everything we do changes the world, by design or default, we might as well choose to create the most positive world we can imagine. Welcome to the evolution revolution.
Margaret Stuart has authored and co-authored numerous acclaimed books including Switch on Your Brain (which was third best seller in Australia for its genre and has been in continuous print since 1986) and “How to Write Essays,” which has been in continuous print since 1985 and is recognized for its outstanding technique for writing. Formerly a Senior English Teacher Margaret moved into Educational Kinesiology and from that developed her own system of helping people release the blocks and obstacles held in the subconscious mind that were preventing them being successful
Based on the landmark work of Brazilian/Austrian psychoanalyst and social scientist, Dr. Norberto Keppe, Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head is a radio program that offers a clear and scientific view of what’s really going on, and presents workable solutions to the myriad problems we shine the light on. Keppe’s published work and over 50 years of clinical practice in Europe, North and South America provide us with the expansive philosophical, theological and scientific overview we need to question, define and explain the human experience. Finally, we have the means to investigate the vast or subtle imperfections in the concepts we have taken for granted.