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May 28, Stacey Couch: A Shamanic Journey with Hawks

May 28th, 2015

Life often throws us a curve, especially when we least suspect it. Wildlife biologist Stacey Couch went off to work with a captive breeding program for foxes, and ended up being guided by hawks in what appeared to be an “accidental vision quest” provoked by her isolation. Until she later works with a gifted shamanic […]

January 22, Bill Crain: The Emotional Lives of Animals and Children

January 15th, 2015

January 22, Bill Crain: The Emotional Lives of Animals and Children Most pet owners will tell you, hands down, that animals have and experience emotion. Many scientists still don’t accept it, however. We’ve been discussing this question here on Full Power Living, this week bringing you Child Psychology Professor Bill Crain (who is married to a pediatrician). He […]

Zoobiquity: What Animals Can Teach Us About Health and the Science of Healing

Our scheduled guest, Pam Oslie, is unable to join us because her voice is not working! We apologize for the change. In her place, we bring you a favorite program of Ilene’s.   Our delightful little Fox Terrier-Corgi mix dog, Bella, died 4 days after Christmas in 2012. She was 12, and like most animals had […]

March 13: Zoobiquity: What Other Animals Have to Teach Us About Health

Zoobiquity: What Other Animals Have to Teach Us About Health Our scheduled guest for today, Stan Tatkin has been rescheduled for a later date, due to travel problems. Ilene has chosen, instead to host a “command performance” of one of her favorite shows “Zoobiquity”, featuring Kathryn Bowers and Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz today on Full Power […]

Feb 21: Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz & Kathryn Bowers, “Zoobiquity”

Our delightful little Fox Terrier-Corgi mix dog, Bella, died 4 days after Christmas in 2012. She was 12, and like most animals had stayed in the pink of health her whole life, until the malignancy that killed her started invading. What is it that animals can teach us about health and the science of healing? […]

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