I didn’t actually DRAW on RADIO… but, I did have a half-hour show, briefly, after I brought out my memoir.
February 7, 2012 - Inaugural Show - The Nancy Who Drew on Blog Talk Radio
I cannot think of any more important topic during these crazy wonderful shifting times than healing our wounds and letting go of everything that has held us back in any way from being the true Divine selves that we are. I begin, and will carry on with my theme of Sacred Betrayal, finding the Blessing in the Wound. We can go to all the healers we want, but in the end, we have to be willing to heal ourselves.
I come to you as the author of a memoir I call The Nancy Who Drew, because it was through the writing that I finally discovered the blessing in the wound.
It is my intention to Spread the Healing and Shout Out the Sacredness of All Experience, no matter what it is!
April 6, 2012 – And the Meek Shall Inherit LINK to Show ~ 3pm EST / 8pm GMT
March 27, 2012 – Bridging Worlds with Poetry LINK to Show
March 13, 2012 – Bridge of Enchantment LINK to Show
March 6, 2012 – The Holistic H LINK to Show
February 28, 2012 – Creative Imagination LINK to Show
February 21, 2012 – Bridging Worlds LINK to Show
February 14, 2012 – The Rose In The Fire LINK to Show ~ This show is dedicated to the memory of Whitney Houston. And her song - Where Do Broken Hearts Go
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December 13th Daring To Be Ourselves
Looking at the ways we have dared to be ourselves, and what the consequences were and are, and what still stands in the way of daring to be ourselves.
Join me in a nutshell conversation with Anora McGaha, poet, author, essayist, and editor of the online magazine Women Writers, Women Books as we discuss ways of moving beyond the small self and releasing fear. LINK TO SHOW
Dec. 6th was The Great Fear Out on blog talk radio – where we dance in the Shift and say fiddle-de-de to all that! Worries are fears. Anxieties are attachments, are fears, and it’s all about wanting things to be somehow different than they are. There’s always an underlying lack of trust in what is, or what may be, or what we think will be.