Creative Spirit: Connecting Art and Soul explores the profound and powerful ways creative expression can deepen our spiritual connection. Sadly, in our society, many people have stopped thinking of themselves as creative—but this show will inspire listeners to correct that misperception by tapping in to the creative wellspring each one of us inherently has, and using it to make conscious contact with Source.
Working with a monthly theme, each show will feature an interview with a guest who integrates creativity into spiritual practice, and will offer practical and inspiring suggestions about how listeners can do that too. Listeners will walk away with a renewed sense of creativity within themselves, and with new tools to explore. Most important, listeners will be able to widen their experience of prayer and meditation by learning the creative approaches addressed each week. For those who already see themselves as being creative, this show will be an ongoing source of inspiration; for those who don’t yet see themselves as being creative, this show will lead to new and empowering discoveries. Discover “Creative Spirit”—and experience the joy of connecting to Spirit through creative expression!
The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity.
|Wednesday, November 29, 2017Creativity and Empowerment: If You're Breathing, You're WorthyBack for the second time on Creative Spirit, Tina Greene is a licensed spiritual practitioner, life coach, inspirational speaker, and certified Intentional Creativity® teacher. Her mission…|
|Wednesday, November 15, 2017Creativity and Empowerment: Free the CaptivesKatie McLane describes her work this way: “I am a teacher and an encourager—‘free the captives’ would be my motto. I simply show up and let the spirit lead ... sharing in transparency and honesty. I…|
|Wednesday, November 8, 2017Creativity and Empowerment: Expressing Authentically Through Love and JoyCarsten Spencer is the spiritual leader of Unity of Ukiah, California, an inspirational speaker, teacher, mentor, and energy worker. Back on Creative Spirit for the second time, Carsten's…|
|Wednesday, November 1, 2017Creativity and Empowerment: Art as a Tool for TransformationBack to Creative Spirit for the third time, Shiloh Sophia lives life as a great adventure! For 25 years she has dedicated herself to art as a tool for transformation. She is the leader of a…|
|Wednesday, October 25, 2017Creativity and Collaboration: Restore Your Caring SoulEileen Nash is an artist, registered nurse, successful businesswoman, and the TV producer and host of Restore Your Caring Soul. Creativity has always been a thread throughout Eileen’s life,…|
|Wednesday, October 11, 2017Creativity and Collaboration: Art and Interfaith AdvocacyBack on Creative Spirit for the second time, Aimee Golant has been endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Pope Francis. Aimee is an interfaith advocate, a sixth-generation metal artist…|
|Wednesday, October 4, 2017Creativity and Collaboration: The Unclouded AdventureWorking with art collectors, students, and corporate clients, artist and teacher Kerry Lee's work inspires people to learn how intention can enhance their intuition, their gifts, and their wisdom. …|
|Wednesday, September 27, 2017The Creative Spirit in Elders: Remaining a Vital ForceComedian Jerry Lewis has said that today's guest, Allen Klein, is “a noble and vital force watching over the human condition." Allen is the immediate past-president of Unity San Francisco and a…|
|Wednesday, September 20, 2017The Creative Spirit in Elders: Creating Opportunities for ExpressionSusan Snyder has many years of experience as an activity leader and creative facilitator with elders. She has an master's in counseling psychology/drama therapy and has worked at the Jewish Home for…|
|Wednesday, September 13, 2017The Creative Spirit in Elders: An Invitation to EnchantmentA writer, poet, and spiritual mentor, and back for the second time on Creative Spirit, Dr. Ilene Cummings' career path has typically been one of innovation and risk-taking. At age 37, while…|