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11/6/2005
Sarah Pederson's Song of the Soul

Sarah Pederson is owner of Gaia Massage and has recently completed training as a yoga teacher. She combines the fruits of her Roman Catholic upbringing with her deep interest in Eastern spirituality as part of her spiritual journey.

Through Gaia Massage, located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Sarah provides Massage Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Reflexology, Usui Reiki and Jin Shin Acupressure.

 


10/30/2005
Michelle Lyons' Song of the Soul

Michelle Lyons has a BA in Religious Studies with a minor in Legal Studies, and is currently pursuing a BFA in Interior Design.

Having been raised by Buddhist parents and having attended Catholic high school, Michelle profited from her BA in Religious Studies to sort out her own views and opinions.

 

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10/30/2005
Communicating with Compassion

Uzi Weingarten started teaching Communicating with Compassion about 10 years ago, a way of listening with empathy which transforms workplaces as well as personal relationships. Uzi is a Rabbi, a teacher and a compassionate presence.

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10/23/2005
J.E. McNeil/Center on Conscience & War

J.E. McNeil, of the Center on Conscience & War describes the message and work of that organization, helping those seeking conscientious objector status, and those in the military seeking to get out, whatever the reason, and the spiritual roots that led her to this work.


10/23/2005
Ian Holzman on Song of the Soul

Interview with Ian Holzman, a 16-year-old member of Eau Claire's Unitarian Universalist Congregation.


 


10/16/2005
Ian Holzman on Song of the Soul

Interview with Ian Holzman, a 16-year-old member of Eau Claire's Unitarian Universalist Congregation.


 

Jill Sternberg
10/16/2005
Jill Sternberg/Gamaliel Chair in Peace & Justice

Jill Sternberg was the first graduate of UW-Milwaukee's Peace Studies Program she is the Sept/Oct 2005 Gamaliel Chair in Peace & Justice. She has established a peace center in East Timor, training men and women in non-violence. Jill self-designed the first Peace Studies Major at UW-Milwaukee and has established herself as a gifted and creative leader.


10/9/2005
Justin Otto's Song of the Soul

Justin Otto's Song of the Soul tells of his thought and journey leading him to Christian Science, where he was a member until the summer of 2006. Justin was a senior at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, studying social work at the time of this interview. 

 

Sandra Lyons
10/9/2005
Sandra Lyons/Bernadine Franciscan Sisters

Our guest is Sandra Lyons of the Bernardine Franciscan Sisters. Sandra shares the roots and fruits of her life, including her years as a nurse midwife and her current passion as the director of Justice, Peace and Earthcare for her congregation.


10/2/2005
Roger Anderson's Song of the Soul

Roger Anderson is a former English teacher and long-time professional musician teaching guitar, bass, banjo and other instruments. Folk music is his preferred music, a form that well-expresses the non-mainstream values he's come to hold as an adult. Raised Lutheran, he tends to think of himself as non-religious.

 

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