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USC RADIO PRODUCTIONS CH TWO

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H.U.G.S. (Hearts Uniting Gods Spirit) featuring inspirational interviews with thought leaders and experts in wellness, nutrition, fitness and mindfulness who are following Gods lead and bringing light into our world. Join us each Wednesday at 3pm PST/6pm EST to be inspired. 

Antiqua Libbey is a thought leader, healer and trainer who is lovingly known as the trauma transformer.  Her divine gift which you will see as you listen to HUGS is to witness and celebrate the divine beauty within you.  Her intention with each HUGS is to help you see the beauty that lays dormant within you and be filled with hope, faith and love.

Learn more about her at www.AntiquaLibbey.com

THis weeks guest is Regina St Clare, Ph.D is a former Broadway and TV performer; a former professor of Education and Psychology and a world traveled researcher, teacher and writer on ageless wisdom traditions. She a is the creator of the Uni-Ed Curriculum, CORE PALS Learning Process, cited as  Excellent by NASDTEC--a national teacher certification agency.  She is also creator of IDPFT (In-Depth Personal Facilitator Training). Doctoral dissertation, Choreographic Models, Using a Group Process. NYU, 1973; Citizens Diplomat for Children as Teachers of Peace, USSR.  Regina is a Quaker and lives in NJ with her life companion, Frank Funicelli. 

What's in a name… my birth name, Gwendolyn Neser has changed with every career I have had.  In show business on Broadway, it was Gwen Neilson, (Google John Anderson's Almanac and see me.) As a teacher and later an a professor, it was Gwen Claas. I had a spiritual awakening and I legally took the name Regina St Clare; after St Clare the spiritual counterpart of St Francis of Assisi, who was the stimulus for my spiritual awakening when I thought I was to die. The name was received as a means for me to claim my full potential as a servant of God.

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