The Richard Brendan Show

The Richard Brendan Show

The Richard Brendan Show

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The Richard Brendan Show...Bringing Love to Life, is inspiring talk radio that engages socially and spiritually conscious visionaries, musicians and artists

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On this week's radio show, Fred Luskin, Ph.D. talks about the power of forgiveness. Fred is an author, lecturer and director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Project. He is also the keynote presenter at the upcoming Midwest... more
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On this week's radio show, and in honor of her 86th birthday this week, a rebroadcast of my interview with Maya Angelou. She is one of the most renowned and influential voices of our time. It was an honor to meet her and... more
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On this week's radio show, Boni Lonnsburry will share insights from her book, The Map to Our Responsive Universe: Where Dreams Really Do Come True! Applying the laws of attraction to her own life, she trasformed poverty, loneliness and... more
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On this week's radio show, dream teacher and author, Robert Moss shares insights from his newest book, The Boy Who Died and Came Back: Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist in a Multiverse. This book gives readers a window... more
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Penney Peirce is a respected and gifted intuitive empath with deep psychological understanding, visionary ability, and business sense. She is one of the early pioneers in the intuition development movement, having worked since 1977 with... more
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On this week's radio show, author Fran Smith shares insights from her new book, "Changing The Way We Die: Compassionate End-Of-Life Care and the Hospice Movement." Co-authored by Sheila Himmel, this book is a vital and uplifting... more
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Betsy Chasse is an internationally known author and filmmaker. She is the co-creator of the film "What The Bleep Do We Know?" and the author of three books. On this week's radio show, Betsy joins me to discuss her newest book,... more
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Thomas Moore is the author of the bestselling book "Care of the Soul" and fifteen other books including his newest work, "A Religion of One's Own: A Guide to Creating a Personal Spirituality in a Secular World." On this week's radio show,... more
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In 2005, Richard Louv's last book, "Last Child in the Woods" launched an international movement to reconnect children with nature and coined the term nature-deficit disorder. Since then, he has been focusing on something even... more
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This week's radio show features Richard's conversation with Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D. Richard recorded this in 1998 and it was the last radio interview Leo did before he passed away. His presence and teachings made a huge impact in his life. Leo... more

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