Down To Earth Sienna Gold hour 2 September 18, 2017

Date 6 December 2017

Down To Earth Sienna Gold hour 2 September 18, 2017




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Down To Earth Sienna Gold hour 1 September 18, 2017

Date 6 December 2017

Down To Earth Sienna Gold hour 1 September 18, 2017




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Down To Earth Sienna Gold July17,2017

Date 6 December 2017

Down To Earth Sienna Gold July17,2017




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Down To Earth 19 June 2017

Date 19 June 2017

Down To Earth, hosted by Sienna Gold. Death And The Fear Of Death. Sierra Gold discusses death, the afterlife, and how we deal with death. With Guests.




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Sienna Gold Down to Earth 5-15-17

Date 15 May 2017

Sienna Gold Down to Earth 5-15-17




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Greg Bratman Nature and Rumination October 21, 2016

Date 16 February 2017

Dr. Greg Bratman of Stanford University discusses his research on the effects on the brain of nature experiences.

Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation.

Gregory Bratman, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences

gbratman@stanford.edu




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Down To Earth Mon Aug 08 2011

Date 8 August 2011

This is a special edition of Down To Earth. Sienna is sitting in for Haines Ely on the Earth Mysteries Show.

Sienna Gold is a highly skilled intuitive and personal coach whose lighthearted approach helps people enjoy life with ease and a sense of humor.

Traditional metaphysical and new-age thinkers encourage you to release painful memories that cause suffering and just “let them go.” Sienna identifies emotional blocks and then offers a down-to-earth and practical way to look at old patterns and unconscious belief systems that are the root of unpleasant personal and professional experiences in your life. She then provides you with tools and strategies to honestly feel the effects of the past so that it no longer impinges upon the present.

Depression is today’s topic.




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Earthquakes - Eldridge Moores - Soundings - March 22, 2011

Date 22 March 2011

Mt. Shasta bears a strong resemblance to Mt. Fujiyama. No coincidence: the tectonic setting of Cascadia – the Northern California to British Columbia – is much like that of Japan, so California and Japan share styles of volcanism … and patterns of seismicity.

Readers of John McPhee’s Assembling California will be familiar with Eldridge Moores’s (UC Davis) seminal work in plate tectonics. I spoke with Moores about earthquakes, tsunamis and gold.




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Conversations with Michael Stone, December 7th, Osprey Orielle Lake, MA: Uprisings For the Earth: Reconnecting Culture with Nature

Date 7 December 2010

Osprey Orielle Lake, is a lifelong advocate of social and environmental justice issues. She is the Director of the Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus, on the governing Board of Praxis Peace Institute and an advisor to the International Eco-Cities Standards initiative. Osprey has traveled to five continents studying ancient and modern cultures while making presentations at international conferences and universities. Her themes concern new cultural narratives and the way public imagery and stories either enhance or distance our relationship with the Earth. Her book, Uprisings for the Earth: Reconnecting Culture with Nature, has just been released.




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