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We are a UK based TV channel broadcasting here on the Internet at www.conscious.tv. Our aim is to stimulate debate, question, enquire,
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Our latest programmes

Bart Marshall - 'Only This Emptiness' - Interview by Iain McNayNon Duality - Awakenings (loaded 12 September 2014)
Bart Marshall - 'Only This Emptiness' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
In the Vietnam War a mortar landed nearby that blew Bart into a clear and brilliant blackness that, "Felt like home. I would have gladly stayed in that blackness, but instead I was brought back into a world I could no longer view in the same way." When he returned in 1968 he experimented with LSD, read everything he could find that might offer clues to what had happened to him, studied meditation and attended workshops. After 20 years he hit a wall as a seeker and then met the teacher Richard Rose whom he studied with for 5 years. It was after a weekend with Douglas Harding that a breakthrough finally happened. "Being the source of everything that is nothing - everything and nothing, only this emptiness."
 
Deborah Westmoreland - 'Being Knowing Being' - Interview by Renate McNayNon Duality - Awakenings (loaded 12 September 2014)
Deborah Westmoreland - 'Being Knowing Being' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Deborah Westmoreland is a poet, a spiritual teacher and the author of Being Knowing Being, which is an upcoming book of spiritual essays. After several tragedies her big question was, "How can I end suffering?" She was sick and tired of Deborah. Her mind was too busy to sit in meditation so she started doing running meditations... finding the moment. Never got ahead of her breath, nor behind. She disconnected from all her belief structures and attachments till she awakened one day, and realized that she had always been in Heaven. She says, "You have to become disinterested in the character, not interested in the story. Suffering is optional... it's self-imposed." She never had a spiritual teacher, nor followed any teaching.
 
Ocke de Boer - 'Higher Being Bodies' - Interview by Iain McNayConsciousness - Other (loaded 12 September 2014)
Ocke de Boer - 'Higher Being Bodies' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Ocke is the author of the book, Higher being Bodies, which is based on a non-dualistic approach to the Fourth Way. Ever since hearing the song, 'Why Are We Sleeping' by Kevin Ayers when he was a teenager, Ocke realized that reality was different to what he had learnt and wanted to wake up. He became a sailor when he was 16, worked in a youth prison when he was 20, and then started to read Ouspensky and Gurdjieff. "This was like coming home," he says. In this interview, he talks about applying sacred ideas and explains 'coating,' the dual-nature of human beings. We have a physical body composed of material from the Earth and a Kesdjan body which is composed of matter from the solar system. "I am the absence of my presence and I am the absence of the presence of my presence."
 
Thomas Mueller - 'The Matrix Of Silence' - Interview by Renate McNayConsciousness - Other (loaded 12 September 2014)
Thomas Mueller - 'The Matrix Of Silence' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Thomas Mueller is the author of The Natural Health Matrix: Eastern Wisdom for Western Minds. He is an Ayurvedic Practitioner, Meditation and Yoga Teacher and the Founder of AYUWAVE. In this interview he tells us his journey for health and peace and his path to waking up. He spent 10 years in the Ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at the Vedic University in Holland and taught hundreds of students around the globe Ayurvedic therapies, meditation and yoga. The biggest thing he learnt was TRUST, and listening to the Song of Silence became the Matrix leading him to an incredible source of energy and peace.
 
Christine Jensen - 'Trauma and Awakening' - Interview by Renate McNayConsciousness - Other (loaded 20 June 2014)
Christine Jensen - 'Trauma and Awakening' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Christine specializes in 'Trauma Resolution Work' which was originally pioneered by American psychologist, Peter Levine. She was brought up in the outbacks of Australia very connected to nature, the stars and the earth and sees today the importance of it for regulation and harmony of our nervous system. She talks about trauma in spirituality and why trauma is in the way to fully Awaken. "Everything we experience is registered in the body and it has to be felt there so that the nervous system can release the blocked energy of the trauma, shock and stress, and heal. Our whole human system from psyche to cell wants to heal and move towards greater wholeness."
 
Faisal Muqaddam - 'The Essential Enneagram as a Spiritual Path to Awakening'Consciousness - Enneagram (loaded 20 June 2014)
Faisal Muqaddam - 'The Essential Enneagram as a Spiritual Path to Awakening' - Interview by Eleanora Gilbert (watch this programme)
Faisal Muqaddam is the originator of the Diamond Logos teachings. He is a psycho-spiritual teacher and a trained Reichan and bioenergetics therapist. He has been teaching for the last 35 years in the USA, Middle East and Europe. In this interview we explore the concept of 'the family hole' and how the child develops his personality structure based on what's psychologically 'missing' in the family. Also we explore the essential states of each type and which organs in our body are related to its ennea-type.
 
Faisal Muqaddam - 'The Glory Of The Human Being.' - Interview by Renate McNayNon Duality - Awakenings (loaded 20 June 2014)
Faisal Muqaddam - 'The Glory Of The Human Being.' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Faisal is a spiritual teacher and the founder of the 'Diamond Teachings' and the 'Diamond Logos Academy'. In this interview he talks about Enlightenment and beyond shedding more light on the nature of enlightened space and some of the experiences that unfold within that great opening and how through the deepening within this great domain, one can dawn on the 'Kingdom of the Three Domains' that is our human home. "The Absolute is our Nature and the Human Being is the Mandala of existence." He recites the 'The Verse of Light' from the Koran in Arabic which mirrors the complete Diamond Teachings.
 
 Ivan Tyrrell - 'The Brain's Big Bang' - Interview by Iain McNayConsciousness - Science (loaded 17 June 2014)
Ivan Tyrrell - 'The Brain's Big Bang' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author (with Joe Griffin) of 'Godhead - The Brain's Big Bang', together they have also written several other books including, 'How to Master Anxiety', 'Human Givens: The New Approach to Emotional Health and Clear Thinking' and 'Dreaming Reality: How Dreaming Keeps Us Sane, or Can Drive Us Mad'. The book 'Godhead' draws together psychology, science and mysticism but it all basically boils down to one topic: "Why do we exist?" Ivan puts forward the idea that 40,000 years ago during the stone age a 'big bang' took place in the human brain enabling our ancestors to experience and exploit the world in a new way. This irrevocably changed the way the human race functioned. Ivan says, "When experimenting at the quantum level the consciousness of the experimenter always influences the outcome of the knowledge about reality in the experiment." And "Effective psychology is always based on a holistic understanding of the relationship between the biological, psychological and social aspects of human functioning. Everything is interconnected."
 
Colin Drake - 'Beyond The Separate Self' - Interview by Iain McNayLife Stories - Authors (loaded 17 June 2014)
Colin Drake - 'Beyond The Separate Self' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of several books including, 'Awareness Of Awareness', 'Awakening And Beyond' and 'Beyond The Separate Self', Colin says, "The vital question is, Who Am I? Without a clear idea of one's essential identity one cannot relate to the world and others in an appropriate way." "There is a need for continual cultivation of awakeness - there is always the danger of nodding off again, staying awake is like walking on a razor's edge." "We need direct investigation, to put aside all belief systems and acquired knowledge. The easiest way is to enquire into the direct experience itself from the position of knowing nothing."
 

Dennis Moorby - 'Freedom Through Path Of The Jhanas' - Interview by Iain McNayNon Duality - Traditions (loaded 10 June 2014)
Dennis Moorby - 'Freedom Through Path Of The Jhanas' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Dennis was a successful business executive in London when he went with a friend to India and looked into the eyes of his friend's Guru. He saw a really happy man with sparking eyes. He returned home to find his wife of 17 years wanted to leave him and he was no longer motivated to do his high powered job. He went on a spiritual adventure which culminated in .his creating his own 'cave in the mountains' which was in fact an apartment in a small German village. There he spent 18 months meditating for 8 hours a day working through the path of the Jhanas as outlined by Ayya Khema, until he found freedom.
 

Helen Palmer - 'Relationships Matter - The Enneagram Tells us How' - Interview by Eleonora GilbertConsciousness - Enneagram (loaded 10 June 2014)
Helen Palmer - 'Relationships Matter - The Enneagram Tells us How' - Interview by Eleonora Gilbert (watch this programme)
Helen Palmer is the author of two best sellers, The Enneagram: Understanding Yourself and the Others in Your Life and The Enneagram in Love and Work: Understanding Your Intimate and Business Relationships - currently translated in 28 languages. In this interview Helen talks about the Enneagram and its importance in our personal and spiritual evolution. She describes how it could impact our relationships in the development of real understanding of our deep-rooted habitual patterns and that of others. She talks about our assumption that we are 'seeing consensus' in our views of the world. We believe that we can have differing opinions but fail to understand that we might actually have fundamentally different views of the world and different internal structures. For us to evolve out of automatic patterns takes reflection on our inward patterns, development of an attention practice. She says, "Take a pause, centre yourself, so you are not going into a premature conclusion or projection about what will happen. A temporary silence brings you to your senses and enables you to be receptive to reality as it is occurring between two people".
 
Helen Palmer - 'The Enneagram - Gateway To Spiritual Liberation' - Interview by Iain McNayConsciousness - Enneagram (loaded 10 June 2014)
Helen Palmer - 'The Enneagram - Gateway To Spiritual Liberation' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'The Enneagram: Understanding Yourself and the Others in Your Life' and 'The Enneagram in Love and Work: Understanding Your Intimate and Business Relationship' as well as other books on the Enneagram. In this interview she talks about how she first heard of the Enneagram and met with Claudio Naranjo in the 70s. At the time there were very few teachings that included the mystical realms along with a psychological understanding. She explains how the Enneagram can provide important pointers to the barriers to spiritual liberation. Self-observation and self-reflection are key as is concentration and witnessing consciousness.
 
Alan Budge - Challenges of The Spiritual Path - Interview by Iain McNayLife Stories - Authors (loaded 14 May 2014)
Alan Budge - Challenges of The Spiritual Path - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of For God's Sake, Alan describes this book as the true story of his tragi-comic quest for spiritual enlightenment. He says, "Having given up on the entirely godless realm of would-be smart London restaurants, I journeyed widely through India, China, Tibet, and parts of West Yorkshire. I also worked for various would-be deeply spiritual organisations. This unflinching quest for truth led, not entirely unexpectedly, to a far from enlightened descent into alcoholism and misery. But then after sobering up I began to ponder: what is really at the heart of all this spiritual carry-on? Can it be of any use, given the challenges we face?"
 
Mike Kewley - You Are Not What You Think - Interview by Iain McNayConsciousness - Transformations (loaded 14 May 2014)
Mike Kewley - You Are Not What You Think - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Mike was obsessed with becoming enlightened since childhood - for him that was the point... of living. He knew from an early age that the voice in his head wasn't him. He had some terrifying experiences of no-self which led to panic attacks and depression. Eventually he decided that he needed to drop the desire for enlightenment and somehow fix his life; after a time, he was much happier. He then had the experience that ended his search for enlightenment. Mike said, "There's just the impersonal flow of awareness being everything without exception, no way to get it and no way to get out of it. It basks in the ordinary and mundane as well as the fireworks."
 
Miranda Macpherson - Be Nothing Do Nothing Get Nothing Become Nothing - Interview by Renate McNayNon Duality - Awakenings (loaded 14 May 2014)
Miranda Macpherson - Be Nothing Do Nothing Get Nothing Become Nothing - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of the book Boundless Love, Miranda has been teaching since 1995 and is known for her depth of presence, clarity and refined capacity to guide people into direct experience of the sacred. In this interview she tells us of her 'Dark Night of the Soul' begging God to let her die. Eventually she experienced profound Non Dual awakening while Meditating in Ramana Maharshi's cave and her life was completely changed. She says, "Our soul is longing to belong to humanity and Enlightenment is the Human Nature."
 
Erika Uffindell and Nigel Linacre -The Art Of Stillness In Business - Moderated by Iain McNayConsciousness - Business (loaded 17 April 2014)
Erika Uffindell and Nigel Linacre -The Art Of Stillness In Business - Moderated by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
(under Consciousness/Business) Nigel is author of several books including, Why You are Here - Briefly and An Introduction to 3-Dimensional Leadership. He is the co-founder of 'Extraordinary Leadership' and his clients include 'Wellboring' which provides water solutions for African communities. He says, "I practice self-awareness. I can be still. I practice gratitude and explore consciousness. I Pray. See and you shall find yourself, and you find everything." Erika worked as a brand manager for 25 years and is now transitioning out of this business to focus more on working with leaders to embrace the principles of conscious business. She works with Pinea3, the Global Institute for Conscious Leadership and Consciousness Capitalism UK. They both talk about the self enquiry they do, mindfulness, and that fact that organisations are energy and like people they too can get sick.
 
Prakash Mackay - Preparing For Death - Interview by Iain McNayConsciousness - Other (loaded 14 April 2014)
Prakash Mackay - Preparing For Death - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Prakash grew up in Glasgow and travelled overland to Australia when he heard an inner voice telling him to change his life. He started to work with people with AIDS who were dying at a time when it was a taboo subject and there was a lot of ignorance on how AIDS was transmitted. It was a time when there was little resource available to help people die in a conscious way. Prakash says, "Death was in the closet and only Stephen Levine and Elizabeth Kubler-Ross seemed to be talking about how to bring it out in the West." After a time Prakash became burnt out. One day three of his patients died and he had to take time out to recharge. In 2009 he had his own scare and was told he had 3 months to live. Despite all his work with dying people he realised that he himself was not yet prepared for his own death. The diagnosis turned out to be false, but the scare deepened his work. He talks us through the stages we all go through when faced with death and shares his vast experience he has gathered over the years. This is not an easy subject but one we all have to face at some point.
 
Tim 'Mac' Macartney - The Invisible Path - Interview by Iain McNayConsciousness - Business (loaded 14 April 2014)
Tim 'Mac' Macartney - The Invisible Path - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of Finding Earth, Finding Soul: The Invisible Path To Authentic Leadership, Tim in 1983 was a gardener at a management training centre. By 1987 he was the head of consultancy at the same place, and two years later had his own London based people and organisation development consultancy working with leaders of multinationals. He has foot in two worlds. There has been times when they have been at war with each other: one part is shocked at the beauty of the earth, the other loves the business of business. He says, "Leaders are failing us and we fail them too - we get the leaders we deserve. We are at a time when we all need to find our own self-leader." "Real vision cannot embrace conformity, yet most organisations insist upon it. Conformity is the place of the slave. Leaders need to be dangerous to the status quo and restless truth seekers. They exist to articulate the dreams and aspirations of a community, they may get burnt but they don't give up; they must sit by the people side by side as equals and listen." "We are in a war with ourselves, with life, and the lines are drawn." "We are implicated whether we like it or not. We can pretend that the corporations are the enemy, but all of us are employed by, eat their food, derive our power, fuel our cars, furnish our houses, take out entertainment from the same organisations. We can deride our politicians but someone keeps voting them into power. We are the problem." "Around the world small and big initiatives are being born that are the response of dedicated and visionary people. There are millions of people just one step away from entering the garden and picking up the spade."
 
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Iain McGilchrist - 'The Divided Brain' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of The Master And His Emissary - The Divided Brain And The making Of The Western World and The Divided Brain And The Search For Meaning. Iain McGilchrist is committed to the idea that the mind and brain can be understood only by seeing them in the broadest possible context, that of the whole of our physical and spiritual existence and of the wider human culture in which they arise: the culture which helps to mould, and in turn is moulded by our minds and brains. He argues that the division of the brain into two hemispheres is essential to human existence, making possible incompatible versions of the world, with quite different priorities and values.
 
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Aloka David Smith - 'The Awakened Mind Is Born' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Practicing Buddhist for 40 years who began training with Zen, practicing with the Venerable Myokyo-ni, at the Buddhist Society in London for 5 years. He then travelled to Sri Lanka in 1980 where he lived for three years as a Theravada monk. While there his spiritual breakthrough took place and it is ...that, that formed the framework of his first book, 'A Record of Awakening.' He then returned to London and matured by living on his own for a number of years. He has written 4 further books, 'Dharma Mind Worldly Mind' 'A Question of Dharma' 'The Five Pillars of Transformation' and 'Blue Sky, White Cloud.' 'At the moment of 'coming back to life' after awakening the 'awakened Mind is born'. Before awaking there is only the ordinary mind, a mind that is always deluded. After years of practice this mind develops wisdom into the nature of itself and becomes more and more refined in that respect until it finally reaches the point where it cannot know any more about itself and falls into equanimity. There is a popular misconception that with awakening the everyday ignorant mind is swept away leaving just the pure wisdom of enlightenment. There remains a paradox which many find hard to accept, the transcendental is awakened but shortly after that, the small mind comes back with all its ignorance and power - everyday living doesn't change much at all. The practice that takes place afterward, the 'breakthrough' is precisely about these two.'
 
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Phillip Jacobs - 'Chronic Illness and The Spiritual Path' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Philip is the Sheik for the 'Turning' group at Colet House in West London. He studied with... Dr Francis Roles for many years. In this interview he talks about the challenges he faced when he became seriously ill with Lyme disease. 'I had always previously thought that it was possible to change my attitude to any situation. With the illness, I realised that there was a stage where you couldn't. You could have a good attitude either side of the experience, but not while you were in it. This was when the illness was deep in the brain, there was no way out until it passed and you just had to allow the experience to be what it was and if it was darkness then it was just darkness.' ' I was having to assimilate the idea of illness and suffering as a gift - what looked like suffering on the physical and psychological levels could often have a transforming effect on the deeper spiritual levels, that may not be apparent to the casual observer.'
 
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'Turning Into The Great Stillness' - Discussion with Philip Jacobs, Helen Oates and Shams Azizam - moderated by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Dervish turning from the Mevlevi order of Dervishes is a potent method for experiencing inner stillness and the opening of the heart. It has been taught and practised at Colet House in West London since 1973 on a regular basis. The turning is a part of a ceremony known as a 'Mukabele' (meaning 'coming face to face') and it was originally developed by followers of the 13thcentury Persian mystic Jelaluddin Rumi. The ceremony is open to people of all beliefs and backgrounds. Rumi said he was the friend of 73 religions. As well as having a deep transforming effect on the turners, the whole ceremony has a profound inner symbolism, which represents man's inner journey back to the realisation of his essential oneness with God and the unity of all creation. Three turners, Philip Jacobs, Helen Oates and Shams Azizam talk about how this practice of Turning has changed their lives.
 
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Charlie Morley - 'Dream of Awakening' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Charlie Morley is a Lucid Dreamer and the author of Dreams of Awakening. He teaches lucid dreaming within the context of Tibetan Buddhism and is the co-creator of Mindfulness of Dream & Sleep and gives workshops and lectures around the globe. He says: " We sleep for about 30 years in our life, we are for 30 years in a 'black out' why would we not be interested in where we are?" In this interview Charlie talks about the benefits of lucid dreaming which is also a preparation for Death and Dying and for going through the BARDOS realms. Lucid dreaming offers the opportunity for the full Realization of our True Nature. Lucidity is not only about dream dimension, it's about all dimensions and being awake in everything we do.
 
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Susanne Marie - 'Embodiment Is Never Ending' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Susanne Marie is a spiritual Mentor and Guide. In this Interview she tells us her story of Awakening and her experience of Oneness as a child. She talks about the challenge of the realization of our True Nature within the context of raising children and having a family. Close to her Heart is Embodiment, welcoming all of ourselves, knowing everything is God. Embodiment is never ending until the last breath. She says: "There is a growing movement in the awareness of the collective consciousness to include the understanding that our bodies are Divine. Consciousness is evolving to include all of itself. The era of recognizing the Absolute Truth that I am not the body, is expanding......"
 
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Tom Condon - 'Living the Dynamic Enneagram' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'The Dynamic Enneagram - How To Work with your personality style to truly grow and change.' Tom explains how the Enneagram is an inner map of what we have learnt, but it is incomplete. It offers many clues to out truth strengths and can greatly help us improve our communications with others and our relationships. It is a springboard for change. We are in a deep trance, only perceiving a fraction of reality. We are living the story of our lives rather than our actual lives. The Enneagram can be an invaluable vehicle to help us wake up to who we really are.
 
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Tom Condon - 'The Enneagram and Relationships' - Interview by Eleonora Gilbert (watch this programme)
Tom Condon, author of The Dynamic Enneagram and of How to See Enneagram Styles in the Movies, combines in his trainings his knowledge of the Enneagram, Ericksonian Hypnosis and NLP to bring about change. Tom has also produced over 50 DVD's and CD's. In this interview we go deeper into the exploration of what other factors, besides our Enneagram type, influence our patterns of behaviour in how we relate to people and to our world. We explore parental points, the Enneagram style of the family, the subtypes and much more. Tom says: "As you apply what you learn to your life, you might remind yourself that an Enneagram style is more than the sum of someone's visible behaviour. The Enneagram describes the inner strategies that drive behaviour. It's not what people do, it's why they do it".
 
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Philip Jacobs - 'The Pathless Path' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Philip is the Sheik for the 'Turning' group at Colet House in West London. He studied with Dr Francis Roles for many years. He talks us through his life. He first learned meditation at 16, started Turning when he was still a teenager, and had to deal with the challenge of being severely compromised, energy-wise, with Lyme disease for many years. "You discover that the only safe place where there is security and no fear is the present. When I awoke in the early hours full of fear, I would say, just stay in the present, just rest in that deep secure sense of Amness. You notice that you are in a place beyond fear, even physical pain becomes just another series of sensations that you are witnessing from a point of stillness."
 
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Amoda Maa Jeevan - 'Radical Awakening' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Amoda Maa Jeevan is a spiritual teacher and the author of: Finding God in Everything and Change your Life, Change your World and of the forthcoming book Radical Awakening - The Birth of a New World and a New You. In this interview Amoda Maa talks about the need of a truly holistic spirituality and of the need to reframe our understanding of what it means to be an awakened human being. Awakening is just the beginning... the real journey is the Embodiment of this Awakening. It appears as if the outer world of form is breaking down, but it is the inner World of Consciousness that has reached a Crisis Point and we are called to turn around and join forces with Evolution itself.
 
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Davide De Angelis - 'The Guiding Principle' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of The Guiding Principle, The Seed and Living Actualized, Davide is inspired by adventure and a passion for learning; he has travelled extensively, connecting with the art and cosmologies of many diverse cultures. He has trained with Shamans and Seers from both East and West, and spent over twenty-five years studying the dynamics of Shamanism, Self-Enquiry, Yoga and Sound Healing. He shares his remarkable story and the realizations that came to him on his path. "Central to everything is a sense of play and innovation. The Tangible is created from the intangible".
 
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Francoise Tibika - 'Molecular Consciousness' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of the book, Molecular Consciousness: Why The Universe Is Aware Of Our Presence, Francoise studied for many years with Colette Aboulker-Muscat and works as a researcher in Chemistry for the Hebrew University. She says, 'According to science we are all victims of a fantastic sensory illusion. In quantum mechanics any particle of matter behaves like a solid body in some cases and like waves in other cases. This depends on the observer. We and everything around us are only waves, waves of probabilities, and when interacting with this very sophisticated device called our brain, these waves are reduced to certainty, a certainty WE choose.'
 
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Igor Kufayev - Flowing Wakefulness - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Igor, artist and Advaita Tantric Teacher was born in Uzbekistan and his book, Flowing Wakefulness - Essays on the Nature of Consciousness and Reality will be released soon. In this interview he tells us his view on Enlightenment and that true Awakening has to take place in the body on a cellular level. It is the Nervous System that supports the individual Consciousness to mature into full Enlightenment; it's an alchemical process. He states, "The Enlightened is one who's Nervous System can no longer be swept away by chemical storms inside. In this interview Igor talks about the importance of meditation and of the need for utter dedication to the truth.
 
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Igor Kufayev - The Impact Of Awakening - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Igor was born in Uzbekistan and in his childhood Igor had many episodes associated with the awakening of Kundalini. Later in the wake of an advanced yogic course, TM-Sidhi Program, he went through a profound expansion of Consciousness. By the age of thirty six Igor had undergone a radical transformation of consciousness which subsequently blossomed into spontaneous unfoldment of Grace. For the next five years he continued long hours of meditation, integrating expanded state of awareness throughout his daily activities. Around that time he began sharing his insights with those who were attracted by the energy emanating in his presence. In this interview he talks about his early life and awakening. His book Flowing Wakefulness - Essays on the Nature of Consciousness and Reality will be released soon.
 
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'So, Now We Are Awake, Are We Going To Save The Planet?' with Elisabet Sahtouris, Will Pye and Jeff Warren. Moderated by Iain and Renate McNay. (watch this programme)
There is often a reluctance for those who have attained a level of awakening to be interested in worldly concerns. The planet is rapidly approaching a man-made crisis. Do we care? What does being awake mean on a practical basis when it comes to our custodianship of the planet?
 
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'What is Enlightenment?' with Paul Smit, Tim Freke and Gary Weber. Moderated by Iain and Renate McNay (watch this programme)
This panel explores what the terms people use actually mean; Enlightenment. Awakening; self-realisation, Non-dual. Absolute Reality etc.. how does it all fit together? Does it fit together? People say they have experienced or live in these different states; is there some kind of map or understanding that brings them together.
 
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Faisal Muqaddam - 'Enlightenment Happens In The Heart' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Faisal talks about his life; his enlightenment, and how awakening happens in the mind, and enlightenment happens in the heart. He also talks about how he formed the Ridhwan school with AH Almaas and helped develop the 'theory of holes' and work with the Latiaf and essential qualities and enquiry. He later left to form his own teaching, 'The Diamond Logos.' 'The more that understanding comes through, the more the personality begins to resolve and we can retrieve the original state that is lost.' 'In our world today two major topics need to be emphasized; humanity needs to be spiritualized and spirituality needs to be humanized'
 
$titleConsciousness - Energy (loaded 04 July 2013)
Burgs - 'Energy Fields and Modern Technology - Part 1' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'The Flavour Of Liberation' and 'Beyond The Veil' Burgs has been teaching meditation in Europe and Asia since 1998. He initially trained as the main assistant to the Balinese meditation teacher and healer Merta Ada and helped him set up his Meditation school in Indonesia. The Healing meditation practices he learnt during this period, heavily influence Burgs' current teaching practice, which have a strong emphasis on the application of meditation in the maintenance and cultivation of physical and mental health. While learning from Merta Ada, he also trained in Chi Kung with a number of well-known Taoist teachers in Asia, and today integrates many of these practices into his teaching system. Went on to learn meditation from the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw in Burma. Burgs has since been teaching both meditation and Chi Kung in the UK. He has a deep grounding and understanding in all aspects of meditation and energetic cultivation, and has a profound appreciation of how different spiritual practices and traditions fit together as a whole. He can directly perceive the mechanics of the mind and body, and can help elucidate the relationship between these aspects of ourselves.
 
$titleConsciousness - Energy (loaded 04 July 2013)
Burgs - 'Energy Fields and Modern Technology - Part 2' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'The Flavour Of Liberation' and 'Beyond The Veil' Burgs has been teaching meditation in Europe and Asia since 1998. He initially trained as the main assistant to the Balinese meditation teacher and healer Merta Ada and helped him set up his Meditation school in Indonesia. The Healing meditation practices he learnt during this period, heavily influence Burgs' current teaching practice, which have a strong emphasis on the application of meditation in the maintenance and cultivation of physical and mental health. While learning from Merta Ada, he also trained in Chi Kung with a number of well-known Taoist teachers in Asia, and today integrates many of these practices into his teaching system. Went on to learn meditation from the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw in Burma. Burgs has since been teaching both meditation and Chi Kung in the UK. He has a deep grounding and understanding in all aspects of meditation and energetic cultivation, and has a profound appreciation of how different spiritual practices and traditions fit together as a whole. He can directly perceive the mechanics of the mind and body, and can help elucidate the relationship between these aspects of ourselves.
 
$titleNon Duality - Traditions (loaded 04 July 2013)
Burgs - 'The Silence is Always There' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Beyond The Veil' and 'The Flavour Of Liberation - Volumes One, Two and Three.'

Has been teaching meditation in Europe and Asia since 1998. He initially trained as the main assistant to the Balinese meditation teacher and healer Merta Ada and helped him set up his Meditation school in Indonesia. The Healing meditation practices he learnt during this period, heavily influence Burgs' current teaching practice, which have a strong emphasis on the application of meditation in the maintenance and cultivation of physical and mental health. While learning from Merta Ada, he also trained in Chi Kung with a number of well-known Taoist teachers in Asia, and today integrates many of these practices into his teaching system. Went on to learn meditation from the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw in Burma. He was personally tutored by the Sayadaw, and became the first Westerner to complete the entire series of 40 Samatha meditation practices as described by the Buddha.

After disrobing as a monk in Burma, he was asked to visit the Tibetan Light Master, His Holiness Dodrupchen Rinpoche, who gave him the direct Dzogchen Mind Transmissions and subsequently recognised his attainment of some of the highest levels of Dzogchen practice. Since then, Burgs has been teaching both meditation and Chi Kung in the UK. He has a deep grounding and understanding in all aspects of meditation and energetic cultivation, and has a profound appreciation of how different spiritual practices and traditions fit together as a whole. He can directly perceive the mechanics of the mind and body, and can help elucidate the relationship between these aspects of ourselves.
 

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A.H. Almaas and Karen Johnson - 'Two Hearts Beat As One' - Interview by Renate and Iain McNay (watch this programme)
A.H. Almaas is the pen name of Hameed Ali, who is the creator of the Diamond Approach to Self Realization. The Diamond Approach is a contemporary teaching that developed within the context of awareness of both ancient spiritual teachings and modern depth psychological theories. He has authored several books about spiritual realization, including The Diamond Heart Series, The Pearl Beyond Price, The Void, The Unfolding Now and The Point of Existence. He founded the Ridhwan School, an inner work school devoted to the realization of True Nature. Karen Johnson is a co-founder of the school and is involved with Almaas in its ongoing development. They talk about their relationship going back over 30 years and how it has matured and deepened over that time.
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 08 June 2013)
Carla Verberk - 'It Started With A Kiss' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Carla tells her story of how her first kiss brought her dramatically in touch with her body and was the first clue that she would eventually become one of the leading teachers of Tantra in Europe. Her Journey included the Humaniversity, Sannyas with Bhagwan/Osho; The Ridhwan school and many years studying and teaching Tantra.
 
$titleNon Duality - Awakenings (loaded 06 June 2013)
Mukti - 'The Embodiment of Enlightenment' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
The Feminine Face of God - Part 2. Mukti, whose name is translated as "liberation" is a teacher in the linage of Adyashanti, her husband. In this interview she talks about her spiritual path of Faith and Trusting, her longing to have a spiritual marriage with Adya and her experience of "True Stillness" which lead into her profound Awakening where Reality completely shifted. Mukti also points out that Women need to listen to their direct experience in their bodies and explains with such beautiful clarity how Enlightenment is felt and manifested through the 3 Centers - Mind, Heart, Belly - in the body
 
$titleConsciousness - A.H. Almaas (loaded 03 June 2013)
A.H Almaas - 'Endless Enlightenment' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
A.H. Almaas is the pen name of Hameed Ali, who is the creator of the Diamond Approach to Self Realization. The Diamond Approach is a contemporary teaching that developed within the context of awareness of both ancient spiritual teachings and modern depth psychological theories. He has authored several books about spiritual realization, including The Diamond Heart Series, The Pearl Beyond Price, The Void, The Unfolding Now and The Point of Existence. He founded the Ridhwan School, an inner work school devoted to the realization of True Nature. The goal (orientation) of the school is directed toward helping students to become aware of and embodying their 'essence' or essential nature. In this interview he talks about his life, his experiences, and how he feels 'Enlightenment' is never ending.
 
$titleConsciousness - Healing C (loaded 03 June 2013)
Emilie Conrad - 'Continuum: My Story' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Emilie Conrad is the founder of "Continuum" and the author of 'Life on Land - The Story of Continuum.' In this interview she talk about her traumatizing Brooklyn childhood and discovery of Dance with the psychic and physical collapse that led to the development of Continuum and to her ground-breaking movement and self-realization technique.
 
$titleConsciousness - Transformations (loaded 03 June 2013)
Karen Johnson - 'The ALIVENESS of Presence' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Karen is a co-founder of The Ridhwan School/Diamond Approach with A.H. Almaas (Hameed Ali). She talks about her life, her meeting with Almaas and how their friendship lead to the creation and the on-going development of the school. She also shares her own remarkable expression of presence in its many manifestations.
 
$titleConsciousness - Science (loaded 03 June 2013)
Lothar Schafer - 'The Infinite Potential of Quantum Physics' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Infinite Potential' and 'In Search of Divine Reality' talks about 'What Quantum Physics reveals about how we should live our lives.' Retired Professor of chemistry he spent a large part of his life in a laboratory looking at quantum-chemical computations and electron diffraction studies of molecular structures. He says, "You need to first understand the order of the universe and your place in it - you can't find happiness in your personal life if you are not living in harmony with the universe. The constituents of real things are found not to be real - these findings show that the quantum phenomena make it possible to establish a new covenant between the human mind and the mind-like background of the universe - one that provides a home again to the homeless and meaning to seemingly pointless life. The universe must be assumed to have a moral as well as a physical order, and facts and values derive again from a single source."
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 02 June 2013)
Pim Van Lommel - 'Consciousness and The Near Death Experience' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Pim worked as a cardiologist in the Netherlands and in 1986 became interested in near-death experiences in patients who survived a cardiac arrest. In 2007 he published his book 'Endless Consciousness: a scientific approach to the near-death experience.' He looks in detail into what actually happens in people's experiences during a NDE, and how it can dramatically change their lives. It raises such fundamental questions as: 'Where is Consciousness located?' 'What Happens when we die' 'Who am I?'
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 31 May 2013)
James David Parker - 'The Magic Of Philosophical Illusion' (watch this programme)
James Parker is a master of the mysterious magic arts who has created the phenomenal 'Philosophical Illusion'. He is a former teen prodigy and has now developed into an internationally respected virtuoso of his craft. Here he performs a unique show for conscious.tv.
 
$titleLife Stories - Spiritual (loaded 10 May 2013)
Rhea Powers - 'My Journey Unfolding My Soul' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 10 books including 'Riding The Dragon,' 'Unfolding The Soul, 'Past Lives' as well as her first novel 'Beads On A string.' Rhea talks about her life, her work as a Past Life therapist; her experiences channeling, and how she used these experiences to find a deeper level of who she really is.
 
$titleConsciousness - Books (loaded 26 April 2013)
Marlies Cocheret - 'Important Books In My Life - Edition 7' - Interview by Eleonora Gilbert (watch this programme)
In this interview Marlies talks about the books that have touched her the most in her life. These 5 books were all written by women on women's spirituality and mysticism embracing the paths of Sufism, Tibetan and Tantric Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism. Marlies explains: "All my teachers have been male, but all the books that deeply touched me are written by females." The following books are explored: The Chasm of Fire by Irina Tweedie, Cave in the Snow by Vicki MacKenzie, Passionate Enlightenment by Miranda Shaw, Totality in Essence by Vimala Thakar and What Is Self? by Bernadette Roberts
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 26 April 2013)
Marlies Cocheret and Ellen Emmet - 'The Feminine Face of God' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
This is the first programme in a new series which will explore the subject of Women and Consciousness. In this exploration Spiritual Teacher and Psychologist Marlies Cocheret, and Ellen Emmet who is a Transpersonal Psychologist and a teacher in Non-Duality Yoga and Movement Therapy, talk about how it is to be a woman on the path of awakening and liberation. It is important to first know that what we really are is beyond female and male and form. We can then begin to learn to express ourselves in a balanced way and reach our full potential as Human Beings.
 
$titleNon Duality - Awakenings (loaded 18 April 2013)
John Rowan - 'The Centaur, Subtle, Causal and Non-Dual' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Started to work in the Transpersonal field in 1982 and wrote the book, 'The Transpersonal: Spirituality in Psychotherapy and Counselling'. John also co-wrote, 'The Therapist's Use of Self' arguing that the transpersonal has a unique contribution to make in the therapy field. He has been exploring the higher levels of mysticism since 2003, and has written several papers with detailed arguments, as well as leading transpersonal workshops in 25 countries.

In this interview we hear about John's fascinating history and explore the Centaur, Subtle, Causal and Non-Dual states and demonstrate the differences between these stages.

'In my daily work as a psychotherapist I attune myself to the client's way of being, in order to get on to the same wavelength, so to speak. I am what has been called 'an authentic trickster' in the sense that I can genuinely match the client's level of consciousness at all times. In other words I do not claim to be a dedicated mystic who is always at, say, the Non-Dual level of consciousness. I would rather claim to be able to enter that state at will or as appropriate.'
 

$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 18 April 2013)
Robert Gebka and Kathy Monaco - 'Less Is More' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Robert Gebka is director of the Dorset Mindfulness Centre. He spent five years living and working at the Nan Hua Buddhist monastery in South Africa. He tells his story, including how he had to deal with many afflictions including anxiety, depression and drug addiction. He now works part-time within the mental health field for the NHS. He is passionately engaged in bringing mindfulness to the NHS and is the originator of the Mindful Recovery Project, a Mindfulness Based Recovery Support approach for individuals with severe mental health conditions.

Kathy Monaco was introduced to Buddhism to get answers to some of the questions that were always in the back of her mind. She lived as a nun both in South Africa and Taiwan before disrobing and constructing a simple life for herself using Buddhist tools.
 

$titleNon Duality - Traditions (loaded 12 April 2013)
Burgs - 'The Flavour of Liberation - Part 1' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Beyond The Veil' and 'The Flavour Of Liberation - Volumes One, Two and Three.'

Has been teaching meditation in Europe and Asia since 1998. He initially trained as the main assistant to the Balinese meditation teacher and healer Merta Ada and helped him set up his Meditation school in Indonesia. The Healing meditation practices he learnt during this period, heavily influence Burgs' current teaching practice, which have a strong emphasis on the application of meditation in the maintenance and cultivation of physical and mental health. While learning from Merta Ada, he also trained in Chi Kung with a number of well-known Taoist teachers in Asia, and today integrates many of these practices into his teaching system. Went on to learn meditation from the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw in Burma. He was personally tutored by the Sayadaw, and became the first Westerner to complete the entire series of 40 Samatha meditation practices as described by the Buddha.

After disrobing as a monk in Burma, he was asked to visit the Tibetan Light Master, His Holiness Dodrupchen Rinpoche, who gave him the direct Dzogchen Mind Transmissions and subsequently recognised his attainment of some of the highest levels of Dzogchen practice. Since then, Burgs has been teaching both meditation and Chi Kung in the UK. He has a deep grounding and understanding in all aspects of meditation and energetic cultivation, and has a profound appreciation of how different spiritual practices and traditions fit together as a whole. He can directly perceive the mechanics of the mind and body, and can help elucidate the relationship between these aspects of ourselves.
 

$titleNon Duality - Traditions (loaded 12 April 2013)
Burgs - 'The Flavour of Liberation - Part 2' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Beyond The Veil' and 'The Flavour Of Liberation - Volumes One, Two and Three.'

Has been teaching meditation in Europe and Asia since 1998. He initially trained as the main assistant to the Balinese meditation teacher and healer Merta Ada and helped him set up his Meditation school in Indonesia. The Healing meditation practices he learnt during this period, heavily influence Burgs' current teaching practice, which have a strong emphasis on the application of meditation in the maintenance and cultivation of physical and mental health. While learning from Merta Ada, he also trained in Chi Kung with a number of well-known Taoist teachers in Asia, and today integrates many of these practices into his teaching system. Went on to learn meditation from the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw in Burma. He was personally tutored by the Sayadaw, and became the first Westerner to complete the entire series of 40 Samatha meditation practices as described by the Buddha.

After disrobing as a monk in Burma, he was asked to visit the Tibetan Light Master, His Holiness Dodrupchen Rinpoche, who gave him the direct Dzogchen Mind Transmissions and subsequently recognised his attainment of some of the highest levels of Dzogchen practice. Since then, Burgs has been teaching both meditation and Chi Kung in the UK. He has a deep grounding and understanding in all aspects of meditation and energetic cultivation, and has a profound appreciation of how different spiritual practices and traditions fit together as a whole. He can directly perceive the mechanics of the mind and body, and can help elucidate the relationship between these aspects of ourselves.
 

$titleLife Stories - Spiritual (loaded 12 April 2013)
Jean-Paul JeanRenaud - 'Be More and Do Better' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Joined World Wildlife Fund in 1990 and founded 'One Planet Leaders.'. 'We are part of the web of life but also co-weavers and we need to make sure our actions are benign and of benefit to all. The new paradigm will be an expression of a transformed way of being, bade on compassion, understanding and founded on mutual respect: the Earth and each other. We express our being in and through nature - the current state of the planet reflects the impoverishment of the human psyche that has lost its sense of wonder and awe. No longer sees the 'great spirit' in the natural World. The ecological crisis we are experiencing today is a rather predictable outcome of the deluded behaviour the Buddha described as 'GREED, HATRED and IGNORANCE. We are quite literally poisoning the seas, the air and the earth. The imperative of the present is to be BE rather than to DO. In order to DO BETTER we must BE MORE. This is not a justification for passivity and inaction but a call for intensification of action, but at an interior level. A call for interior transformation and growth - the potential for limitless, interior, spiritual expansion. We have to focus less on the other and more on the inner worlds. Through the transformation and growth of our inner being and the liberation of the hidden self, outer renewal will occur. '
 
$titleNon Duality - Advaita (loaded 16 March 2013)
Billy Doyle -'The Mirage of Separation' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Billy is a Spiritual Teacher and Yoga Teacher in the Kashmir Tradition, and author of the book "The Mirage of Separation". He had a strong spiritual orientation early in life and started to explore non-dualistic teachings in his twenties. He met Jean Klein, a master of Advaita and Yoga who became his teacher for 14 years. He practiced 'Art of Listening' and self-inquiry and then one day, while on a silent retreat, "all identification with a separate Entity dissolved" and he then knew himself as Silence.
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 16 March 2013)
Camilla Carr and Jon James -'The Sky Is Always There' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
In 1997 Camilla and Jon drove to Chechnya to help set up a rehabilitation Centre for war-traumatized children in war-torn Grozny. Two months later they were kidnapped at gunpoint. For the next 14 months they were kept in basements with no natural light or fresh air. She was also raped. They tell their story, and how they survived by using meditation, Tai chi, Qigong and prayer circles. They wrote the book 'The Sky Is Always There' as a kind of cathartic healing for themselves. Camilla says, 'the captors could never touch my essence - my body is only a part of who I am. My spirit will always be free'.
 
$titleConsciousness - Science (loaded 16 March 2013)
Dr Imke Bock-Mobius -'Experiencing Cosmic Oneness - Qigong Meets Quantum Physics' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Qigong Meets Quantum Physics', Imke studied Nuclear Physics and Particle Physics and became interested in Qigong after she experienced a dramatic healing in Beijing. During her teens she had questions such as, 'What operates behind visible reality?' and 'How was the Universe Built?' She explains how Qigong and Quantum Physics meet, Non-local interactions, the Observer effect and Entanglement. 'All things only exist because they arise together with their complementary opposite'. 'There is no such thing as an isolated particle; can there be such a thing as an isolated human being?'. 'The oneness of emptiness and the world of apparent phenomena is the last secret on the path to understanding reality'.
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 14 March 2013)
Camille Carr, Jon James and Christine Jensen - 'Consciousness and Trauma' - Moderated by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
In 1997 Camilla and Jon drove to Chechnya to help set up a rehabilitation Centre for war-traumatized children in war-torn Grozny. Two months later they were kidnapped at gunpoint. For the next 14 months they were kept in basements with no natural light or fresh air. They talk about how they dealt with the trauma that came up for them after they were released and how they dealt with it. Christine Jensen works as a trauma therapist and is based in Bath, in Somerset. The three guests discuss the importance of recognizing and healing the many different types of trauma that we all face in life. How we are unaware of the layers of trauma hidden in our psyches, bodies and nervous systems and how this trauma is one of the barriers to discovering who we really are.
 
$titleLife Stories - Authors (loaded 14 March 2013)
Scilla Elworthy -'My Life - Transformation Through Listening' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Scilla is author of several books and important papers including 'Making Terrorism History.' She talks about her life and how at an early age she learnt to listen to people and how healing that was for them. After her daughter was born she contracted encephalitis and was ill for 6 years. After she was cured questions came up such as, 'Who AM I?', 'What AM I here for?' which changed the course of her life. She became very involved with the anti-nuclear movement and helped start Peace Direct and the Oxford Research Group. She learnt how to engage in real dialogue with the nuclear policy makers. 'Try to understand why people are seeing things differently'. 'Change must take place inside me'
 
$titleConsciousness - Transformations (loaded 10 February 2013)
Jo Berry and Pat Magee - 'Building Bridges' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
On 12th October 1984 a bomb exploded in the Grand Hotel in Brighton. The majority of the senior figures in the Conservative Party Conference were staying there at the time as it was during the Conservative Party annual conference. Five people were killed including Jo Berry's father, Sir Anthony Berry, the MP for Southgate. IRA member Pat Magee was convicted of the bombing and sentenced to 8 life sentences. He was however released from prison in 1999 after the Good Friday peace agreement. Jo Berry was determined that something good should come out of the tragedy and eventually met Pat Magee several months after he was released. They now work together in the area of Reconciliation and Conflict Resolution. In this moving and intimate interview they tell their stories.
 
$titleConsciousness - Science (loaded 25 January 2013)
Theodore Usatynski - 'Instinctual Intelligence - Part 1' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Theodore (Ted) is author of 'Instinctual Intelligence - The Primal Wisdom Of The Nervous System and The Evolution of Human Nature.' He talks about how Instinctual Intelligence reveals the hidden dimensions of our most personal experiences. It is a comprehensive resource for the newest pathways for harnessing the innate energy of our basic biological programing - the next stage of human evolution.
 
$titleConsciousness - Science (loaded 25 January 2013)
Theodore Usatynski - 'Instinctual Intelligence - Part 2' - Discussion with Iain and Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Theodore (Ted) is author of 'Instinctual Intelligence - The Primal Wisdom Of The Nervous System and The Evolution of Human Nature.' He discusses here how we are all, to some extent, affected by trauma and addiction which keep us bound to our personalities. By understanding that process we can move beyond this and open to the bigger picture of who we really are.
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 23 January 2013)
Jeff Foster - 'Conscious Relating: the Power of Honesty' - Interview by Eleonora Gilbert (watch this programme)
Jeff is author of 5 books including, 'The Deepest Acceptance: Radical Awakening In Ordinary Life,' 'An Extraordinary Absence: Liberation in the Midst Of A Very Ordinary Life,' and 'The Wonder of Being.' In this interview relationships are explored from the perspective of consciousness. Can we really find the 'One' in the form of another human being? Everybody is just seeking for unconditional love. Fearless, clear and honest communication brings the end of seeking. Jeff says: "Life is about meeting ourselves, meeting our own pain, our own fears, our own bliss, our own joy - meeting all those waves in ourselves and meeting the one in front of us in the same way actually. In the end it is the same meeting - we are really just meeting ourselves."
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 23 January 2013)
Jeff Foster - 'The Crucifix is the Present Moment" - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Jeff is author of 5 books including, 'The Deepest Acceptance: Radical Awakening In Ordinary Life,' 'An Extraordinary Absence: Liberation in the Midst Of A Very Ordinary Life,' and 'The Wonder of Being.' In this interview Jeff uses the crucifixion of Jesus to explain Life lived in the Present Moment. He also shares his own despair and talks about how we have the tendency to spiritually BYPASSING our human stuff and how we all long for the unconditional rest of the 'Ocean'.
 
$titleConsciousness - Transformations (loaded 23 January 2013)
Jeff Foster - 'The Waves are the Ocean' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Jeff is author of 5 books including, 'The Deepest Acceptance: Radical Awakening In Ordinary Life,' 'An Extraordinary Absence: Liberation in the Midst Of A Very Ordinary Life,' and 'The Wonder of Being.' In this Interview he gives us the Metaphor of the Ocean and the Waves and invites us to discover the Ocean of who we are: an Awareness that has already allowed every Wave of emotion and experience to arrive, they are our beloved children. Jeff explains how we can stop running from "the mess of our life" into the deepest Acceptance of the moment and radically Awaken in Ordinary Life. He also shares with us in depth his own process.
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 06 December 2012)
Anne Geraghty - 'Death. The Last God' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'In The Dark And Still Moving', Anne talks about the sudden death of her son Tim Guest and how that started her journey to find out what death means for her.
 
$titleConsciousness - Transformations (loaded 24 November 2012)
Tony Samara - 'The Human Heart Is The Hero' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of several books including, 'Deeper than Words', 'From the Heart', 'Shaman's Wisdom', Tony was initiated into Shamanism in the jungles of South America. In this interview he talks about the loss of our instinctive connection with Nature and how we can regain our ONENESS with All That Is. Also, Tony talks about his deep commitment to the Evolution of Consciousness. He says, "the heart is what makes a Human Being a HERO".
 
$titleConsciousness - Books (loaded 23 November 2012)
'Important Books In My Life - Edition 6' - Joan Tollifson interviewed by Eleonora Gilbert. (watch this programme)
Author of four books, Joan's teaching resonates with Advaita, Buddhism, Zen and other forms of Non-Duality. In this interview the books explored are: The Book, On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are by Alan Watts. The Light of Discovery by her much loved teacher Toni Packer. I Am That, talks with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and lastly Buddhism Is Not What You Think by Steve Hagen.
 
$titleConsciousness - Evolution (loaded 23 November 2012)
Jason Liosatos, Peter Hughes and Kinga Monica - 'The Birth Of A New Society' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Jason is author of 'The Emergency Transformation Of Human Beings'. Peter and Kinga's book is called, 'A Big Strategy.' They all share a concern for the way our society is going and understand that any real change on the outside has to come from within. In this lively and at times quite inspiring discussion they talk about their lives and the content of their books.
 
$titleNon Duality - Advaita (loaded 23 November 2012)
Joan Tollifson - 'Painting the Sidewalk with Water' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
She is the author of 'Bare-Bones Meditation: Waking Up from the Story of My Life', 'Awake in the Heartland', 'Painting the Sidewalk with Water' and 'Nothing to Grasp'. Joan points to the most obvious and impossible to avoid: the ever-present, ever-changing present moment. She also talks about her disability and compulsive, habitual behaviour and her biggest relief... that there is nowhere to go and nothing to become. Toni Packer was her Teacher.
 
$titleNon Duality - Awakenings (loaded 23 November 2012)
Richard Bates and Blue Marsden - 'From Fear To Oneness' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Richard is author of 'The World Is My Mirror' recently published on Non-Duality Press. Blue's book is coming out in Spring 2013 on Hay House and is called Soul Plan: Reconnect With Your True Life Purpose.' They both talk about their lives and how they once had fear and anxiety which have disappeared, now that they have discovered who they really are. Richard: "One day I just saw that separate people, places and objects out there in the world, separate from anything else is untrue". Blue: "I experienced a far deeper and unfolding realisation of my essential lack of individuality".
 
$titleConsciousness - Evolution (loaded 22 November 2012)
Alastair McIntosh - 'Community and the Divine Human Being' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Alastair is author of several books including, 'Hell and High Water', 'Rekindling Community' and 'Soil and Soul.' His work is very much built around Community whatever form that takes and how a real experience of that can take someone into the heart and experience the connectedness that we all share beneath the surface. Alastair says: "Community is about creating synergies out of diverse parts. Becoming grounded means having one foot in the physical realities of this world and the other in the dynamics of people".
 
$titleConsciousness - Other (loaded 06 November 2012)
Robert Waggoner - 'Lucid Dreaming - Gateway To The Inner' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Lucid Dreaming - Gateway To The Inner Self', Robert talks about his early dream experiences and how he discovered Lucid Dreaming after reading Carlos Castaneda. He quantifies the scientific evidence that now exists on this subject and explains why he feels that Lucid Dreaming is a revolutionary tool to explore the actual nature of reality. It can clearly show shadow issues and the limiting nature of self-attachments and may lead to an experience of non-dual awareness. He says: "Something pre-exists the sense of self. The making of the 'I' is a mistaken perception, the source of a whole series of errors."
 
$titleConsciousness - Energy (loaded 15 October 2012)
Bruce Frantzis 'Journey into Taoism' Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 12 books including,' Opening the Energy Gates of Your Body', 'The Chi Revolution' and 'The Great Stillness', Bruce talks about his life; how he started enquiry at 6 years old, learnt Shiatsu and Zen when he was 14, and went to Japan when 18 to study with the founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba. He ended up living in China, Japan and India for 16 years where he studied Zen, Yoga, Kundalini and Taoist Fire traditions. Bruce speaks fluent Chinese and Japanese. Also he is the first Westerner to be certified in Beijing by the People's Republic of China to teach the complete system of Tai Chii Chuan. This is a really unique interview.
 
$titleConsciousness - Evolution (loaded 14 October 2012)
Andrew Harvey - 'The Death And The Birth' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 30 books including 'Hidden Journey', 'The Hope' and of his forthcoming book 'Radical Passion', Andrew talks about his life, his awakening and his dark nights. He travels worldwide encouraging people to explore and engage in Sacred Activism. Here he also talks about his time with Mother Meera, the importance of shadow work, and how as a human race we are right on the edge of death, but also of a new birth. Andrew explains: "Compassion in Action is the marriage of practical action and spiritual wisdom to create a holy force capable of transforming our world crisis and preserving our planet".
 
$titleConsciousness - Evolution (loaded 21 September 2012)
'Consciousness And Evolution - A Discussion with Chris Parish, Dave Pendle and Patrick Bryson' - Moderated by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Three long term seekers discuss Consciousness And Evolution from their own experiences.
 
$titleConsciousness - Transformations (loaded 21 September 2012)
Ian Wolstenholme - 'Negotiate Your Freedom' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Emotional Hostage - Negotiate Your Future' talks about his awakening and how it impacted his life. 'Self Discovery is the process of seeking yourself, seeing through the illusions of your conditioning and finding the real you. Everyone will tell you to be yourself but how can you know which of the voices inside your head is the real you?
 
$titleConsciousness - Transformations (loaded 21 September 2012)
Mandi Solk - 'Self Enquiry - Know Yourself' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'The Joy Of No Self' talks about her complete turn around of her belief that there is nothing you can do to awaken ... to "YES" there is something you can do......Mandi found lasting freedom through the method of "Self Enquiry" by Ramana Maharshi.
 
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Saraswathi - 'The Light Of Wisdom' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Averi And The Unknown' talks about her Awakening in 2003 and since then the constant peeling away of old structures and beliefs. Awakening is just the first step, then you need to clear up the whole world. She was asked by her teacher Sai Baba to hold talks on the Heart. After her Awakening also words started to emerge and she wrote a thought provoking spiritual Novel.
 
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Dr Amit Goswami - 'Consciousness, Quantum Physics and Being Human' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of many books including: 'How Quantum Activism Can Save Civilization,' 'The Visionary Window: A Quantum Physicist's Guide to Enlightenment' and 'God Is Not Dead' talks about his life and how discovering that consciousness Is the ground of being changed his scientific thinking and also his approach to life. He also explains downward causation, quantum non-locality, free will, Intention, the observer effect, quantum collapse and how consciousness creates the manifest world.
 
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Turiya Hanover - 'I Wanted To Know How To Die' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Co-founder of 'The Path Of Love' seminars. In 1972, Turiya and her husband were part of developing the first German Humanistic Psychology Growth Center known as Zist. The internal shift that she experienced there was profound and set her and her husband on a new course of human development, which lead them to India where she was to meet and become a disciple of Bhagwan/Osho. The sudden, unexpected death of her husband marked a turning point for Turiya and deeply influenced her own personal search and how she works with people today. In this interview she talks honestly and openly about her life and her spiritual journey.
 
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Alan Lowen - 'The Art Of Being' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Alan talks about his life and his work. Having been adopted by Catholic Nuns at an early age he started to find his way when he discovered Carl Rogers and Encounter Groups. He describes his awakening: "I disappeared into the most brilliant oneness in the whole of existence. All the boundaries dissolved". Alan worked at the Community Centre in London before going to Poona and becoming a disciple of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (later Osho). At this time he becomes known as Rajen and ran Encounter groups before moving on to the Rajneesh ranch in Oregon. In this interview, Alan reflects on his time with Bhagwan/Osho and talks about 'The Art Of Being.'
 
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Byron Katie - 'The Story Of The ONE' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of many books including, 'A Thousand Names For Joy', 'Loving What Is: How Four Questions Can Change Your Life' and 'Who Would You Be Without Your Story? Byron Katie is the creator of 'The Work'. Here she talks about her life and how she sees reality. She says: 'Stay in the place you are not creating the illusion. Stay in the I AM.' 'I am the awareness of Consciousness observing itself'.
 
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Dr Robert Forman - 'Enlightenment Ain't What It's Cracked Up to Be' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of several books including 'Enlightenment Ain't What It's Cracked Up to Be' and Director of 'The Forge Institute for Spirituality and Social Change', Dr Forman talks about his spiritual search and how the 'pot of gold' he longed for was not what it was cracked up to be. But in time he realised that it was of a kind and nature, wholly different than anything he could have known, or wished for. He also discovered that transformation at that level comes by grace and not by self-adjustment. He says: 'It is time we stopped mistaking the content for the awareness that beholds it. Vastness issues a challenge: tell the truth so completely that there is nothing left to be afraid of.'
 
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Jason Shulman - 'A Path To An Awakened Soul' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Kabbalistic Healing' and of 'The Instruction Manual For Receiving God', he is the Founder of 'A Society of Souls' The School for Non-Dual Healing and Awakening.' Jason talks about his life and the non-dual Kabbalistic healing process he has developed. He says: 'Kabbalah healing is not transmitted energy, it is working with conditions of unity that are prior to energy.' 'Duality is also Oneness, duality is reality. Thus the ego has within it the kernel of oneness.'
 
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Dr Eric Pearl - 'Reconnective Healing' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Healer and Author of 'The Reconnection - Heal Others, Heal Yourself'. Eric walked away from one of the most successful chiropractic practices in Los Angeles when he and others started witnessing miraculous healings. He talks about his mission in bringing the 'new' bandwidth of frequency never before present on Earth which awakens and upgrades our minds and human system. Dr Pearl brings his mission worldwide to a fast growing audience, to Governments, to the Healthcare System and to Prisons.
 
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Miek Pot - 'Into The Great Silence' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Miek was living a full life when she spontaneously decided to enter one of the strictest Monasteries within the Catholic Church - the Carthusian Order - where life was lived in SILENCE according to the "Desert Fathers". In the Solitude of her hermitage Miek lived her life in silence for 12 years with great discipline and focus on her practice; without that one is soon left at the mercy of the "Demons" of one's mind; without structure one can go mad. After 9 years she had her great Awakening, her perspective completely shifted and her old image of God was smashed. It took her 3 years to leave the Solitude and Silence and go back to the "Market Place" and live her Awakening. She is now a Guide to help people find their own way into the Great Silence.
 
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Philip Roderick - 'The Beauty Behind The Beauty' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Anglican priest, percussionist, educator and author, Philip started the 'Quiet Gardens Movement' and 'Contemplative Fire.' Here he talks about his life and the pointers that appeared to direct him along the way to the Christian Faith. He says: 'Silence and solitude are precursors to service.'
 
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'Important Books In My Life - Edition 5' - Martine Batchelor interviewed by Eleonora Gilbert' (watch this programme)
Buddhist meditation teacher and author of eight books, Martine's choice of books which have been impactful in her life include: Chinese poetry; the exploration of the relationship between body and mind and the paradox of embodiment. Martine explains the myths and the reality of meditation in the management of chronic pain and her final book choice tells the true story of a schizophrenic man and his harrowing fight to manage this mental illness. Cold Mountain 100 Poems by the T'ang poet Han-shan, translated by Burton Watson Being Bodies edited by Lenore Friedman and Susan Moon Finding a Joyful Life in the Heart of Pain by Darlene Cohen The Day the Voices Stopped: a Memoir of Madness and Hope by Ken Steele
 
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Martine Batchelor - 'Clap. Where Did The Sound Go?' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Martine is a Buddhist meditation teacher and author of several books including: "Meditation for Life," "Women in Korean Zen," 'Let Go - a Buddhist guide of breaking free of habits.' From a young age she wanted to change the world. Reading the "Dhammapada" was a turning point and instead of trying to change the world she decided to change herself. She went hitchhiking to India to learn meditating and ended up in a Korean buddhist Monastery where she decided to become a nun. She stayed there for 10 years under the guidance of Master Kusan Sumin exploring "hwadus" and meditating.
 
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Marlies Cocheret - 'My Biggest Love is Silence' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
She is a spiritual teacher in the lineage of Adyashanti. Born with a genetic kidney disease, her condition played a big part in her awakening and in the overcoming of her suffering. She emphasizes the importance of Meditation to calm the nervous system. This is an important aspect for full Embodiment to occur. In 1998 she became a student of Adyashanti and was taken by surprise when in 2000 he asked her to share the Dharma. She is not a teacher who talks about truth only in the sense of emptiness: EMBODIMENT of the Silence. Living our Humanity in the marketplace is her teaching.
 
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Alain Forget - 'How To Get Out Of This World ALIVE' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of the book 'How To Get Out Of This World ALIVE' Alain talks about his awakening in Chartres Cathedral when he was 25. He says: "It is nothing else but our natural state, always there but masked by our psychological entity". Alain worked for many years to integrate his awakening and has now created a system called The 4 D's: DISTANCING, DISCERNMENT, DISINDENTIFICATION and DISCRIMINATION.
 
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Art Ticknor - 'Solid Ground Of Being' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of the book ' 'Solid Ground Of Being' Art talks about his search for The Truth as his life, though perfect in one way, lacked purpose and meaning. After many years of working with Richard Rose's TAT groups, attending numerous individual retreats, and participating in Douglas Harding's work, a breakthrough occurred. Art says: "Art Ticknor was never alive, something broke the identification with the observer, there was no regret in seeing the sense of separate self go."
 
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Bob Fergeson - 'The Listening Attention' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of the book 'The Listening Attention, Bob talks about his life and awakening. He says: "I was taken beyond myself into the place of no concern. The years of wondering, of alternating between pleasure and misery came to an end along with the searching and longing it generated. I saw that in all that time I had never really moved; rather I simply woke up."
 
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Dr Peter Fenwick - 'Consciousness and Dying' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of several books including 'The Art Of Dying', 'The Truth In The Light' and 'The Hidden Door', neuro-psychiatrist Peter Fenwick talks about his research into End of Life Experiences and deathbed phenomena. In this interview Dr Fenwick explains what these occurrences mean in the greater picture of who we really are.
 
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Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton - 'The Genius Groove' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Punk Science' and the recently published 'The Genius Groove - The New Science of Creativity', Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton talks about her life and how she found her own 'genius groove.'
 
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Adrian Scott - 'Being Held' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Studied for the Catholic priesthood for five years and lived in an experimental religious community whose way of life was inspired by St Francis of Assisi. Here he developed an interest in the spirituality of monasticism and contemplative practice. Worked for the Bishop of East London as a community worker during the building of Canary Wharf, working with tenants groups whose lives were blighted by the development and then worked with a Bangladeshi Community Project based on Brick Lane, East London developing projects aimed at social regeneration. Studied various ways of engaging with the soul such as Christian Mysticism, the Enneagram, Mythology, Jungian Psychology, Spiritual Direction and Masculine Spirituality. Talks about his life and his work.
 
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'Important Books In My Life - Edition 3' - Guy Smith Interviewed by Eleonora Gilbert (watch this programme)
Author of the highly regarded Non-Duality book, 'This Is The Unimaginable and Unavoidable - Irresponsible Writing On Non-Duality' Guy talks about books that have influenced him during his journey.
 
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'Important Books In My Life - Edition 4' - Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton Interviewed by Eleonora Gilbert (watch this programme)
Author of 'Punk Science' and the recently published 'The Genius Groove - The New Science of Creativity', Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton talks about the books that have influenced her life and thinking.
 
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Anita Moorjani - 'Dying To Be Me' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Anita worked in the corporate field before being diagnosed with terminal cancer. Four years after being diagnosed her body began shutting down. As her organs failed she entered into an extraordinary near-death experience where she realised the cause of her disease as well as waking up to who she truly is. On regaining consciousness she found her condition had improved so rapidly that she was released from hospital within weeks.
 
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Tez Sawicki - 'The Master Game' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Founder of the retreats 'Gathering Essence: The Master Game', Tez takes us through his life. After years of struggle and alienation he started to find his way through studying the Daoyin system, The I Ching, Meditation and Qi Gong. After a series of openings which 'permanently re-opened the Universal Field' of his consciousness, Tez spent time developing and understanding the meditative process and cultivating the potential of the life force and its field. He says: 'The communion of body-mind and spirit with the Universal Field brings us into the effortless awareness of Wu Wei and leaves us standing at the doorway to the Absolute, to boundless Wholeness.'
 
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Guy Smith - 'The Challenge of Integrating Who You Are' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of the highly regarded Non-Duality book: 'This Is The Unimaginable and Unavoidable - Irresponsible Writing On Non-Duality', Guy talks about his awakening and the challenges he has faced with integrating this on a human level, since that time.
 
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Sophy Banks - 'The Transition Movement - Inner and Outer' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Sophy talks about the different ways The Transition Movement works, both on the outside and on the inside. She founded the 'Heart And Soul' groups which later became known as 'Inner Transition.'
 
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Nicholas Vesey - 'Developing Consciousness' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 'Developing Consciousness - A Roadmap of The Journey to Enlightenment.' Nicholas Vesey worked as copywriter for Saatchi and Saatchi before having a life changing experience after returning from the Himalayas. Eventually he decided to join the 'only real God business in town' and became an Anglican Priest. He tells a fascinating tale of his journey, realizations and integrations.
 
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Daan Van Kampenhout 'Shamanic Rituals' - Interview by Renate McNay (watch this programme)
Author of 10 books including 'Images of the Soul: The Workings in Shamanic Rituals and Family Constellations' and 'The Tears of the Ancestors: Victims and Perpetrators in the Tribal Soul.' Daan talks about his life and his experiences with Shamanic Rituals and Family Constellations.
 
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Oscar David - 'Consciousness in Government and Business' - Interview by Iain McNay (watch this programme)
Oscar is author of the book, 'The Enneagram For Managers.' He works in Holland with Government officials, Army Generals, Police officials and Business leaders on how to integrate more understanding and harmony within their organisations.
 

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