World Unity: Cosmic Hologram

World Unity and the Cosmic Hologram with Jude Currivan

What does unity mean to a cosmologist who has studied the workings of the universe? Listen in as we explore the promise of World Unity through the eyes of Jude Currivan, a scientist, mystic, and award-winning author. Learn more about unity, coherence, the cosmic hologram, our inherent belonging, and so much more.

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Dr Jude Currivan is a cosmologist, planetary healer, futurist, author and co-founder of WholeWorld-View. She was previously one of the most senior businesswomen in the UK, has a Master’s degree in Physics from Oxford University specializing in quantum physics and cosmology, and a PhD in Archaeology from the University of Reading researching ancient cosmologies. She has traveled to nearly 80 countries and worked with wisdom keepers from many traditions and her extensive experience and knowledge of world events, systems and trends, has led her to speak on transformational reforms in the UK, US, Europe, Japan, South Korea and Australasia.

She is a life-long researcher into the scientific and experiential understanding of the nature of reality, integrating leading edge science, research into consciousness and universal wisdom teachings into a wholistic worldview. She is the author of six books, most recently the Nautilus award-winning The Cosmic Hologram (2017, Inner Traditions) and is a member of the Evolutionary Leaders circle. In 2017 she co-founded WholeWorld-View to communicate the emerging paradigm of unified reality and to serve the understanding, experiencing and embodying of unity awareness to empower conscious evolution. She lives in Wiltshire, England with her husband Tony. 

Unity as a Pathway to Peace

Unity as a Pathway to Peace with Dot Maver and Michael Lindfield

When we hear the word unity we often think of peace and harmony. Can unity be a practice of peace or is peace-building a practice of unity? Today we will explore the path of peace and unity from the inside out with two global leaders—one who directs people inward and the other who moves them into action. Join Dr. Julie and guests, Dr. Dot Maver and Michael Lindfield as we explore peace and unity. 

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Dr. Dot Maver is an educator and peacebuilder whose keynote is ‘inspiring cooperation on behalf of the common good.’ She is co-founder of Global Silent Minute, Global Alliance for Ministries and Infrastructures for Peace, National Peace Academy USA, and River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding and works closely with Unity.Earth, UnGUN Institute, and SINE.Network

Michael Lindfield supports individuals and organizations to unleash the creativity of the human spirit to meet the urgent need of our times and the compelling call of a more just and joyful future. His background includes a 14-year residency as gardener and Director of Education at the Findhorn Community in Scotland; small-scale organic farming in western Sweden, conducting seminars around the world on the theme of ‘transforming self and society from the inside out’ and ‘cooperating with the subtle realms of Gaia.’ He served as a senior organization development consultant with The Boeing Company from 1989-2005 working with large-scale systems change. He is author of ‘The Dance of Change: an Eco-Spiritual Approach to Transformation’ (Penguin Books 1986) with articles featured in psychology, education and business journals. Michael is co-founder of the Science of Group Work initiative, serves as Board President of Meditation Mount in Ojai, California and is a member of the Community of Living Ethics in Umbria, Italy.

Unity and Vibrational Intelligence

Unity and Vibrational Intelligence with Gary Malkin

What does unity mean to someone who has cracked the code of vibrational intelligence? Listen in and explore the promise of World Unity through the eyes and ears of Emmy Award winning musician, Gary Malkin. Gary will address “awareness fragmentation” and the secrets for developing deeper presence and heightened states of oneness through music.

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Gary Malkin is a multiple Emmy Award-winning composer, performer, public speaker and music and health innovator who empowers the world to embrace music and sound strategies as catalysts for health, wellness, and a connection to what matters most. He is dedicated to redefining music’s role in healthcare, with a particular focus on developing listening tools to support patients, care providers and families who are facing life transitions at both the beginnings and endings of life. He’s also dedicated to creating productive work environments through ambient strategies that generate sonic fields of “heart-centered mindfulnessTM. His globally acclaimed palliative classic, Graceful Passages, co-created with award-winning filmmaker team Michael and Doris Stillwater, has touched nearly a million people worldwide, offering psycho-spiritual support for patients and caregivers engaged in all phases of the life-threatening illness and end-of-life processes. Their Care for the Journey caregiver rejuvenation programs have been adopted and experienced by healthcare systems nationwide.

His groundbreaking contemplative films, WisdomFilms, are being distributed as “Islands of Inner Peace” throughout the world on GAIA TV. After co-authoring the award-winning Book/CD, Safe in the Arms of Love to strengthen the vital bond between parents and newborns with Lisa Rafel and David Surrenda, Ph.D., he is finishing up the creation of the social impact musical play, Can You Hear Me Baby? Still scoring visual media, Gary received a Best Soundtrack Award from the Hollywood Music in Media Awards for the groundbreaking documentary, THRIVE, seen by 90 million people in 28 languages since 2011. He just completed scoring the sequel to THRIVE II, released in the Fall of 2020.

He has presented at places such as Stanford Health, Houston Methodist, Google, Harvard’s Conference on Spirituality and Health, Scripps Clinic, UCSF Medical System, and Kaiser Permanente and is frequently asked to speak for integrative health, wellness, and life- affirming communities internationally. Having been featured frequently on the former PBS TV series, Healing Quest, he is often interviewed on national talk shows and summits promoting a deeper understanding of music as a catalyst for holistic wellness. His stress reduction media is featured on the RejuvenationStations platform, featuring multi-sensory resources for healthcare providers’ stress in hospitals.

His work is prominently featured on the new mobile app designed to serve healthcare workers on the front lines of the global the pandemic at He is the founder of Wisdom of the World Wellness, an events and publishing company focusing on psychosocial tools for wellness on all levels. Its CEO is Dr. Clint G. Rogers, the bestselling author of Ancient Secrets of a Master Healer, now being translated in over 30 languages. Gary’s presentations and trainings on Vibrational Intelligence will be available in late 2022. For more information, go to

World Unity and the Future of Humanity

World Unity and the Future of Humanity with Ben Bowler

There is a place, a beautiful, interactive world where we are actively growing a new story for humanity and a more sustainable, peaceful, just, and united earth. It’s called ONE World, co-created for World UNITY Week. In the midst of our changing and challenging times, we have an unprecedented opportunity to unite as a global community in purposeful and creative action. World UNITY Week is a celebration of this transformative potential, and you are invited.

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As a unity-activist and spiritual entrepreneur, Ben Bowler is the Executive Director of UNITY EARTH, a global network building a worldwide movement for unity and peace. In 2006 Ben and his wife Jildou moved from Australia to Thailand in response to an opportunity to volunteer along the Thai-Burma border. Together in 2008, they founded Blood Foundation, a micro NGO focusing on Burma issues, interfaith projects and education programs for migrant workers. In 2009 he founded Monk for a Month, a cultural and spiritual immersion program in Thailand. This then grew into World Weavers, a social enterprise specializing in authentic spiritual adventures into some of the world’s great faith traditions, including in Tibetan India, Nepal, Cambodia and Ethiopia.

In 2010, Ben launched  Muslim for a Month  in Turkey, offering guests a first-hand experience of Turkish Islam and Sufism, under the spiritually inclusive banner of Mevlana Rumi. Ben convened the first U DAY Festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand as part of the Birth 2012 global events. This event combined spiritual leaders from a variety of traditions with popular music artists, followed by U DAY in Ethiopia in 2018, India in 2019 and Jerusalem in 2020.

Dubbed  “The Faith Dealer”  by Readers Digest in 2013, Ben is a “Social Entrepreneur in Residence” at the prestigious INSEAD Business School and is a blogger for the  Huffington Post.

Ben and his team launched in October 2015 at the Parliament of the World’s Religions. The purpose and mission of this growing online platform is to “Unite the Tribes” and cultivate global spiritual unity, while maintaining and celebrating rich diversity. Together with Dr. Kurt Johnson and Doug King, Ben founded The Convergence Radio Series on Voice America. The series features a host of Evolutionary Leaders and other prominent voices looking ahead to the many exciting developments. In 2016 Ben partnered with United Religions Initiative and Cultural Infusion to found Sacred Australia, a network committed to a deepening of the Australian spiritual identity and connected with the historic repatriation of Mungo Man.

One World

One World with Jon Ramer and Becky Suzik

There is a place, a beautiful, interactive world where we are actively growing a new story for humanity and a more sustainable, peaceful, just, and united earth. It’s called ONE World, co-created for World UNITY Week. In the midst of our changing and challenging times, we have an unprecedented opportunity to unite as a global community in purposeful and creative action. World UNITY Week is a celebration of this transformative potential, and you are invited. Join Jon Ramer, Becky Suzik, and Dr. Julie to learn more.

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Becky Suzik spent 20+ years in traditional old-story corporate communications and running her own PR agency and then erupted out of her head, flowed into her heart and began reimagining a new story for media and communications. Becky’s sacred work—in addition to being raised by her three children– is Joyfuel—a mixed-media unforce dedicated to spreading stories of kindness, creativity, and joy through the Joyfuel Kindcast, social media, and her heART-themed playshops. Her work aspires to inspire a shift from logical mind to heartmind, where thinking and feeling combine towards a life lived with greater joy and creative expression. Since World UNITY Week 2020 Becky has collaborated with people and companies around the world dedicated to uplifting, unifying and healing humanity and our earth. Becky is exploring how she might contribute towards the media she wants to see in the world.

Jon Eliot Ramer is an entrepreneur, civic leader, inventor, musician and a co-founder of several collaborative technology companies and Deep Social Networks. He launched the International Campaign for Compassionate Cities, that led the effort to make Seattle the world’s first city to affirm Karen Armstrong’s Charter for Compassion. As a result, there are over 450 similar Compassionate Community Campaigns around the world. In 2012, Jon conceived of and produced the ” Compassion Games: Survival of the Kindest” that has to-date served over 18 million people. In 2018, he formed the SINE Alliance and Network. SINE (Synergized Impact Network Exchange) is a global collaboration that fuels collective empowerment. The SINE syndicated network and social change engine amplify the positive impact of the alliance member’s initiatives. SINE demonstrates how co-management and collective capacity building can uplevel and amplify social change initiatives and their outputs, outcomes, and impacts.

Hidden Mystery of Human Connectedness

The Hidden Mystery of Human Connectedness with Stephen G. Post

Many people throughout the ages have had dreams, intuitions, amazing premonitions, and unexpected encounters that feel “set up” by divine intervention—or Infinite Mind—and in fact these things simply cannot be explained in any other way. Stephen G. Post has helped people to notice the whispers of infinite Mind, to talk about them more freely, and to realize how cherished each of us is. He says you can unlock your deeper spiritual capacities for creative love and we’re going to talk about how.

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Stephen G. Post, PhD, is the bestselling author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life by the Simple Act of Giving (Random House, 2008). The British Medical Journal designated his book, The Moral Challenge of Alzheimer Disease (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995), a medical classic of the 20th century. Post is among a handful of individuals awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the national Alzheimer’s Association. In 2001 he founded the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love, which researches and distributes knowledge on kindness, giving, and spirituality. A frequent contributor to major magazines and newspapers including The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Time Magazine, Post has appeared on The Daily Show among other national television programs. Post served as a co-chair of the United Nations Population Fund conference on spirituality and global transformation. He is a Professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine at Stony Brook University, and the founder and director of the Stony Brook Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics. A leader in medicine, research and religion, Dr. Post’s latest book is a meditation on the meaning of life and the importance of spirituality.

Healing and Enlightened Wholeness

Healing and Enlightened Wholeness with Sherryl Lin

Don Oscar Miro-Quesada wrote, “All healing requires participation, full involvement, and empathic commitment to return to the optimum originating state of pure, luminous wholeness as a loving, pristine expression of Source.” There’s so much packed inside this description of healing. Join Dr. Julie and Sherryl Lin as they explore the layers of healing and a new paradigm of wholeness.

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Sherryl Lin has vivid memories of being a young child with a pure, loving heart who knew that everything was possible. She knew that she had intuitive abilities back then, but being that there was no one to explain to her what she was experiencing, she shut that part of herself down. Sherryl Lin was always interested in spirituality and spent much of her early adult life looking for the next teacher or guru who, she was certain, had the answers she was looking for.

Everything shifted when, through a series of mystical, awakening experiences, Sherryl Lin began to remember her connection to higher levels of consciousness and her abilities accelerated at an exponential rate. Sherryl assists her clients to move to the next level in all areas of their lives, including their health, business, life purpose, and relationships. As a Medical Intuitive Healer and Spiritual Guide, she reads the energy beneath your words, working deeply at the cellular level as a Spiritual Conduit, bringing you back into alignment with the truth of who you really are.

Living What Matters

Living What Matters with Mark Nepo

Delve into the spiritual alchemy of transformation in all its mystery, difficulty, and inevitability. In this riveting hour, Mark Nepo reframes the human journey and encourages us to walk in the world until we discover our true inheritance. This, he says, “lets us live in the open by widening our circle until we help each other stay awake.” Are you ready to inhabit your authentic and wholehearted life and stay awake?  Tune in and discover the purpose of the human journey and “Living What Matters.”

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Mark Nepo is a poet and philosopher who has taught in the fields of poetry and spirituality for over 40 years. A #1 New York Times bestselling author, he has published 22 books and recorded 14 audio projects. His work has been translated into over 20 languages. Mark has been interviewed several times by Oprah Winfrey on her Super Soul Sunday TV program, and was interviewed by Robin Roberts for Good Morning America. Recent work includes Drinking from the River of Light (Sounds True, 2019) More Together Than Alone (Atria, 2018) cited by Spirituality & Practice as one of the Best Spiritual Books of 2018; Things That Join the Sea and the Sky (Sounds True, 2017), a Nautilus Book Award Winner; and The Way Under the Way: The Place of True Meeting (Sounds True, 2016), also a Nautilus Book Award Winner.

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Make the World Work

How to Make the World Work for Everyone with Makasha Roske

Buckminster Fuller’s once asked: “How do we make the world work, for 100% of humanity in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation, without ecological offense or disadvantage of anyone?” Makasha Roske is a wayshower, cosmic steward, planetary healer, wise elder, and an all-in advocate of the beautiful, healthy world we depend on. His list of accomplishments and life’s service are so inspiring and contribute toward a pathway and solution to Buckminster’s question. So, how do we make the world work for everyone and nurture a co-creative culture? You will want to listen in to this episode!

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In 1972, Makasha Roske co-founded World Family and has been a principal focalizer for international festivals and link-ups for world peace including World Invocation Day Festivals, the John Lennon Tribute, Harmonic Convergence, Campaign for the Earth, and the Children’s Torch of Hope. In addition he was a key supporter for the First Earth Run, Live Aid Event, and Birth 2012.

Through entrepreneurial ventures and nonprofit organizations, Makasha has been instrumental in shifting consciousness in the areas of social investing, conscious commerce, health and nutrition, gentle birthing, integral education, and conscious media. His devotion to the younger generations has fueled his co-founding and contributing over the past 3 decades to the growth of his family’s youth organization, Earth Guardians.

Makasha is the father of 8, grandfather of 24, and great-grandfather of 24. As a guardian of the “new dream”, he is passionately committed to whole systems transformation and midwifing a Co-Creative planetary culture in service to the well being of all life. 

Individual and Collective Grief

Our Individual and Collective Grief with Claire Willis

We are in the midst of whole-systems change and transformation on the planet. This includes major breakdowns in systems and structures, a global pandemic that has dramatically changed life as we knew it, political unrest, deep cultural wounds surfacing to heal, and of course loss –and death – of all kinds. Many of us are feeling a mix of emotions, including anxiety, despair, sadness, and anger. We might not recognize all this as grief — but we are grieving. Expert witness of grief, Claire Willis, joins us to talk about our individual and collective grief.

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Claire B. Willis, a clinical social worker, has been working in the fields of oncology and bereavement for more than twenty years. Her work and her life experience were the primary sources of inspiration for Opening to Grief.

A former staff member of The Wellness Community, a national organization, and cofounder of the Boston nonprofit Facing Cancer Together, Claire has led bereavement, end-of-life support, and therapeutic writing groups. She has co-taught Spiritual Resources for Healing the Mind, Body, and Soul at Andover Newton Theological School. Claire maintains a private practice in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Claire has worked in hospice care for many years, both as a volunteer and a social worker. As a lay Buddhist chaplain ordained by Joan Halifax at Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, she focuses on contemplative practices for end-of-life care. For the past five years, she has been a student of Koshin Paley Ellison, a founding teacher at the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care. Claire is the author of Lasting Words: A Guide to Finding Meaning Toward the Close of Life (Green Writers Press, Brattleboro, Vermont, 2014)