Ep 60: Phoenix Star


Interview with Canadian author and life coach, Kiernan Antares, as we discover how her own life path inspired the creation of a novel entitled, "Phoenix Star" in which a woman grieving the loss of her child makes a trip to the pyramids in Egypt and discovers her inner strength.

Opening music: "Dancing in Rare Waters' by John Pederson


Thanksgiving Edition: Condor Meets the Eagle

photo of volcano in Chile http://www.atacamaphoto.com

Interview with Mayan healer/ daykeeper Tata Victor

Tata Waqshaqib Kat, (Tata Victor) follows the tradition of the Kakchikel nation of Guatemala under the teaching of Tata Apolinario Chile Pixtun, He is a full member of the Great Confederation of Mayan Councils of Central America and Mexico.He is also a member of the Association of Natural Healing in Chile and member of the Sacbe Mayan Council in Toronto.

Tata Victor travels between Canada and Chile where he is currently working towards establishing a healing center in the Andes mountains of Northern Chile. He is also a Reiki practitioner and has established a Holistic Practice in the city of La Serena in Northern Chile, where he shares with other practitioners of traditional modalities as well as professionals practicing mainstream healing .

Tata Victor’s aim is to build bridges between main stream knowledge and traditional knowledge and weave understanding peace and tolerance among all peoples.


from podsafemusicnetwork.com

"Andean Stroll" by
Incidental Fusion

Tata Victor's email: cancagua@hotmail.com



Ep: 59 The Power of Place


In celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving I offer to my listeners a stroll through literary landscapes where the setting plays a central role in the lives of the characters. An appreciation for the comforts of a safe haven is particularly relevant in these economic times when many face the threat of losing their homes. Blessings to you all. And THANKS for listening.

Excerpts read from:

"Literary Houses" by Rosalind Ashe
Copyright Dragon's World Ltd. 1982
ISBN 0-87196-676-X

Classical literature included:

"Rebecca" by Daphne DuMaurier
"Brideshead Revisited" by Evelyn Waugh
"Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
"The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Music: All from http://www.podsafemusicnetwork.com with the exception of Chopin's Nocturne which is on CNET and Brideshead Theme

"To Walk with You" by Jeff Bosset
Chopin's "Nocturne in E flat major op.9 no.2" played by Katerine Gislinge
"Brideshead Theme" by Geoffrey Burgon
Sacred Ground" by Jon Schmidt
"Motherlands" by David Beard
"Mosane" by E. S. Posthumus

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