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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October 31, 2014In studio Ann Berchtold from our sponsor UBS talked about Art San Diego 2014. This contemporary art show ran from November 6th to the 9th. For more information on the exhibits, visit art-sandiego.com. LISTEN TO PODCAST Listen to a podcast of Ann Berchtold, from UBS, talk about San Diego Art Week 2014! Read more
October 31, 2014Listen to Podcast of the Show Democratic Scott Peters joined us for a pre-election call at the top of the show. Incumbent Congressman Peters is an statistical dead heat with Republican challenger Carl DeMaio according to a recent U-T San Diego poll. In studio, heard from Ann Berchtold from our sponsor UBS, to talk about Art ... Read more
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October 16, 2014This week featured returning guest and sponsor, Carl Sheeler, PhD of Berkeley Research Group. In addition to being the Director of the Los Angles branch, he also serves on two national valuation boards. Dr. Sheeler is known as a national thought-leader for quantifying and identifying how the intangible assets of business can create, enhance, ... Read more
October 9, 2014Art Barter returned to the show to discuss some of his upcoming events with Richard and Joe. The Servant Leadership Institute will be hosting three workshops this Fall. October 23rd: The Little Foxes: Engaging the Outliers. This workshop will focus on how to engage the small group of people in every community that undermine the goals ... Read more
October 1, 2014Richard and Joe interviewed Carol Kim, who is running for the San Diego City Council in District 6 and Daniel Gibbs, CEO and co-founder of Home Town Farms, LLC. Carol Kim for City Council District 6 With her background in education, she has long been an activist in the community and is making her political debut ... Read more
September 25, 2014Listen to Podcast of the Show Richard and Joe welcomed Rod Roddenberry, son of Gene Roddenberry who created Star Trek, to discuss his documentary Trek Nation. Last July, Joe had the pleasure of sitting down and interviewing Mr. Roddenberry at Qualcomm when they attended a private screening of the film. The documentary details Rod’s trek across ... Read more
September 23, 2014Public Speaker and accounting professional, Richard Muscio explains how the demographics of the accounting industry allows the firms to fulfill the roles needed to the business model of the future. Read more