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America Meditating Radio Show w/ Sister Jenna

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Marilyn Peterson Haus spent her childhood playing with her twin brother on their farm in western Minnesota. She learned to read and write in a one-room school set in the midst of a sea of corn and oats. To go to junior high and high school, she
Ms. Vijai Nathan is a comedian, storyteller, writer and trainer - entertaining people across America and internationally too. Vijai's stories have been featured on NPR’s “Snap Judgment” and "Invisibila Live.” She's also a contributing writer fo
Two-time best-selling author, professional speaker, educator, and parent, Jeanie Cisco-Meth shares her scientifically proven system for improving communication and decreasing conflict. As a high school educator for more than 17 years, she witn
With the election of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris whose mother is of Indian descent, three Indian American women created the Inauguration Kolam 2021 Project to creatively welcome the new administration and Vice President
As an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Nevada, Dr. Teruni Lamberg holds a doctorate in mathematics education from Arizona state and a Post Doctorate from Vanderbilt. She has been a college professor for 17 years
Having gone through the experience of the death of two husbands, as well as the deaths of her father, mother, sister, many family members and friends, Emily has much experience in the grieving process and has learned to face life with love, opt
Preity Üpala, actress and producer, is a global citizen given her remarkable heritage. She is a former investment banker turned Hollywood Actor, TV producer and entrepreneur. Being crowned several beauty queen titles, she also is multi-lingual
There are still so few females in America in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, commonly referred to as STEM. Sharmi Albrechtsen joins Sister Jenna to discuss gender-based learning and the role her company, SmartGur
The great sages have taught that the answers to healing, spiritual evolution, elevation of consciousness, and living a happy and fulfilled life are inside of us. But where exactly are they and how do you work with them?   Our guest today, Jona
Joshua M. Greene is a renowned Holocaust scholar, filmmaker and author whose biographies have sold more than a half-million copies worldwide. His groundbreaking book on the Dachau war crimes trials, Justice at Dachau: The Trials of an American
After establishing his dental practice, though, Param Gill soon yearned for more. "It gets to a point where your life gets very mundane, boring, so I thought I would do something creative," Gill said. "Dentistry is a form of art. It was a natur
Don Joseph Goewey is the executive director of the Center for Spiritual Exchange, which is the official archive for all the works of Anthony De Mello. Don has also worked at Stanford University Medical School, ran a regional emergency medical s
There are still so few females in America in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, commonly referred to as STEM. Sharmi Albrechtsen joins Sister Jenna to discuss gender-based learning and the role her company, SmartGur
At the age of 3, Ed Hajim was kidnapped by his father, driven cross-country, and told his mother was dead. Shortly after, his dad left him behind and Ed grew up in orphanages and foster homes, with no mother or father. Ed Hajim, the son of a S
Dr. Dain Heer is a best-selling author, change-maker, internationally renowned speaker and co-creator of Access Consciousness, one of the largest personal development companies practiced in 176 countries. For more than 20 years, Dr. Heer has tr
Zalah walked away from a successful career in finance to find freedom by going deep within spiritually. Studying abroad with a living Master for seven years, he brought his knowledge of ancient truths back to Canada to grow through huge life ch
Death, even for a moment, changes everything. Jacob Cooper’s near-death experience as a child ripped an opening between him and the spirit world. He lived but was forever changed. As he grew, darkness and light led him on a roller coaster ride
Ann Purcell is an award-winning author of The Transcendental Meditation Technique and the Journey of Enlightenment and The Power of Transcendence: Growing in Love, Creativity, Health, and Happiness. She also published two collections of poetry:
Rabbi Moshe Gersht is a sought out spiritual teacher in Jerusalem and a Wall Street Journal bestselling author. A student of Torah, Kaballah, and Chasidus, he shares ancient mystical and philosophical wisdom in a way that is practical, relatabl
Adam Weber is an author and speaker who’s overcome tremendous challenges, both mentally and physically, through meditation. Adam was working in commercial real estate in New York City when a back surgery led to a devastating diagnosis that he h
Tina Sloan spent 26 years on The Guiding Light, the famous soap opera on CBS, and was featured on 60 Minutes when the show closed after an historic 75 year run. Tina, then in her 60’s, reinvented herself as an author, playwright and speaker. S
Gina Belafonte has spent her life in the arenas of entertainment and activism where her professional work thrives today. She is the Executive Director of Sankofa.org, a social justice organization, that enlists the support of today’s most celeb
Since he first picked up his sister’s guitar at age 12, music has taught Gerald Leonard many things: the discipline of practice, playing fairly, how to listen, connect with others, and how to have fun. Today, the conservatory-trained musician
Dr. Augustus White III has been called “the Jackie Robinson of Orthopedics.” He was the first African American medical student at Stanford, the first African American surgical resident at Yale, the first African American professor of surgery at
Is it possible to talk about racism without being racist or without causing other people pain? Should the “what are you” question even be on the census form? Can we build enough trust to talk about race without judgment? Just as he does with hi
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