Tales from the Golden Cabinet: Carla Woody on NLP and More…

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I was honored to be interviewed once again by host Teresa Maijala on Tales from the Golden Cabinet on KOOP Radio streaming live from Austin, Texas on 91.7 fm. Our conversation was broadcast on September 15, 2012. You can listen to it here or go to the archive on KOOP Radio. We discuss Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), indigenous wisdom traditions, spiritual travel—and the dynamic effect of integrating these aspects. The interview is 52 minutes. I hope you enjoy!

Here’s what Teresa has to say about Tales from the Golden Cabinet:

It’s…”sharing stories about natural medicines and holistic lifestyles, from qualified practitioners. Every culture on earth, has their own traditional medicines and healing ways. Traditions that have been handed down from generation to generation. I feel it is important for us to remember the wisdom of our Ancestors, and share them so we can keep the natural medicines of our cultures alive, it’s one of my passions. We are now pod-casting our shows for you to enjoy at your convenience. Please follow the link at the bottom of each blog entry to get to the Internet Archive of the show!

The name of our show Tales from the Golden Cabinet, is my way of honoring an ancient Chinese Doctor and Alchemist by the name of Ge Hong. Ge Hong is the author of a famous ancient text on Chinese Herbal Medicine called Essentials from the Golden Cabinet, hence the name!”

Categories: Healing, Healthy Living, Indigenous Wisdom, NLP, Spiritual Evolution, Spiritual Travel | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

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