Recent podcasts from the Pathways Radio Show:

Leonard Shlain discusses his book, Sex, Time and Power: How Women’s Sexuality Shaped Human Evolution. He is the chief of laparoscopic surgery at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco and lives in the Bay Area.

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Teal Swan is the author of the new book The Anatomy of Loneliness: How to Find Your

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Kent Nerburn is the author of the new book Dancing with the Gods: Reflections on Life and Art. Kent is a sculptor and award-winning author of sixteen books. He has been writing about Native American history and culture for almost thirty years, and is

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Books by Paul O’Brien

Paul O’Brien pioneered the divination software category in 1989 by developing and publishing the interactive Synchronicity I Ching program for Macintosh, featuring his new version of the I Ching text. Later, he founded what became the world’s largest divination websites, I-Ching.com and Tarot.com. He wrote Divination: Sacred Tools for Reading the Mind of God and The Visionary I Ching: A Book of Changes for Intuitive Decision Making to help people access, understand and use these ancient tools for making better choices, tapping intuition, and living a more abundant and joyful life. His new book, Great Decisions, Perfect Timing: Cultivating Intuitive Intelligence is available now.

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From Paulo’s Blog

As this year draws to a close, the holiday season is upon us. Christmas is both a materialistic celebration and a religious holiday—a convoluted intersection of opposing belief systems. But the real spirit of the season derives from a celebration of nature

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Have you ever wondered why you’ve been feeling more anxious or depressed in the past couple years? Having more trouble sleeping? Feeling confused or overwhelmed by behavior that you can’t make sense of? If so, you may be a victim of “narcissistic

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Sometimes we are taken over by a part of ourselves that we don’t want to recognize. Various “selves” can show up for different situations and relationships. “Something came over me,” we say. It can be a helpful part

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