May 5, 2017
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Few people alive today have the knowledge, skills and integrity with which to make a personal impact on humanity that is lasting and profound in the deepest sense. This week Richard and Joe welcomed Dr. Erhard Vogel, Ph.D., who has lived and taught among the sages in the Himalayas and been guiding people to the innate knowledge of their true Self for more than forty years. Erhard Vogel, Ph.D., founder of The Expert In Life™ Foundation and the Nataraja Meditation & Yoga Center, is recognized as one of the world’s foremost teachers of empowered living and meditation.
During the last 40 years, Dr. Vogel has worked with individual and corporate clients, teaching tens of thousands of students throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. His step-by-step teachings and easy to implement techniques have made Self-realization attainable for tens of thousands worldwide.
Born in war-torn Germany in 1939, Erhard faced certain death at the age of five. Surviving a bomb blast by the slimmest of circumstances. With that pivotal experience began, for him, a life dedicated to seeking, realizing and teaching the ways to live in lasting fulfillment.
Erhard immigrated to the United States at age fourteen. He graduated from the Pratt Institute of Design in Brooklyn, and as an architect rose to a respected position in a world-renowned architectural firm. At age 31, he set aside a brilliant architectural career to travel the globe on foot and thoroughly research the ways in which people of different cultures seek fulfillment. Erhard returned to the United States with his teachings and his conviction that the highest spiritual aspirations of humankind are ultimately practical. Following a lecture tour spanning the United States, Canada and Europe, he came to San Diego, California, and in 1974 founded the Nataraja Yoga Ashram, a not-for-profit corporation.
A true servant to humanity, Erhard personally teaches the classes at the Nataraja Meditation & Yoga Center, lectures, conducts workshops and teacher training courses, writes books and records CDs. His most recent book, “The Four Gates”, includes detailed points of knowledge that guide you on the path to fulfillment by living according to your true identity and thereby freeing yourself from the self-imposed limitations that curtail human lives.
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December 27, 2014Driven by his parent’s expectations for higher education, and his love of airplanes Dr. Jeffery Kirsch began his career in the physical sciences receiving a Bachelor degree in Science and Engineering (B.S.E) from Princeton University in 1962. From there, he obtained a M.S.A.E from the University of Southern California (USC) in 1963 and continued on ... Read more
December 19, 2014Listen to Podcast of the Show Byron Georgiou earned his undergraduate degree in political science from Stanford University in 1970 and his JD from Harvard Law School in 1974. He began humbly his career humbly working on behalf of farm workers in the late 1970s for the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board. He has had a ... Read more
December 12, 2014The guest was Rear Admiral Leendert “Len” Hering Sr. (U.S. Navy retired), the Executive Director of the Center for Sustainable Energy. Len grew up in Portsmouth, VA, and received his B.S. degree in meteorology and oceanography from State University of New York Maritime College. He continued his education after beginning his 32-year career in the ... Read more
December 5, 2014Dr. Dave Clayton of the Total Health Center earned his BS from the Stevens Institute of Technology, an MBA from Columbia University, his MD from New Jersey Medical School, and a certification in fitness from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. After 13 years in the field of internal medicine, he began to re-assess how ... Read more
November 28, 2014U-T San Diego featured photos and short comment about the 9th Annual O’side Turkey Trot on front page of the North County U-T Local section. The Thanksgiving morning was record-setting all around, with more than 10,000 participants (over 7,500 were for the 5K alone). The 5-mile record set last year by Lukas Verzbicas of 25:16 ... Read more
November 26, 2014Nick Hanauer is the fourth billionaire to join our show. He is a partner at Second Avenue Partners, a successful entrepreneur and a venture capitalist. He was one of the first investors in Amazon.com back in the 1990s. In recent years, he has focused on the issue of the disappearing middle class. In a recent ... Read more
November 20, 2014This Saturday’s show will feature returning guest, Sean Puckett from Regents Bank, and executive director of the mentoring group, Boys to Men Mentoring, Craig McClain. Boys to Men Mentoring Boys to Men Mentoring focuses on issues that arise in the lives of boys with no father-figure. Boys to Men has helped many young men reach their ... Read more
Richard Muscio interview on historic Mother’s Day Massacre Tennis Match between Bobby Riggs and Margaret Court
November 18, 2014Interview with Richard Muscio about the Mother’s Day Massacre, a tennis match between Margaret Court and Bobby Riggs. This interview was done in support of the New Black Films production of “The Battle of the Sexes”, which was made to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Read more
November 14, 2014See ABC 10News story: Local boy learning to walk with new prosthetic leg The Pacific Marine Credit Union O’side Turkey Trot has become a North County tradition at which thousands celebrate the joy of moving, while giving thanks for friends, family and health. For Tri-City Christian ninth-grader Andrew Seelhoff, this year’s Thanksgiving Day 5K will, remarkably, ... Read more
November 13, 2014Richard and Joe welcomed two guests.. At the top of the hour, Professor Thad Kousser from the UCSD Political Science Department analyzed the results of the recent midterm election and voter turnout. Professor Kousser has recently been published in the LA Times with this editorial piece “Want to increase voter turnout? Here’s how.” Next up was ... Read more