Pathways Radio with Paul O’Brien features 30-minute conversations with authors, luminaries, and leaders about personal development and cultural evolution. Paul O’Brien has been the host since 1984, when the program began airing on KBOO 90.7 FM in Portland, Oregon.
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Trauma does not just happen to a few unlucky people; it is the bedrock of our psychology. Renowned psychiatrist and author Mark Epstein uncovers the transformational potential of trauma, revealing how it can be used for the mind’s own development. Read More & Listen »
Relationships and circumstances are altered by time… and the result can be feelings of loss, or disappointment, or worse. Matthew McKay writes about how love can endure in the face of life’s unpredictable challenges. Read More & Listen »
At various times, we have all stayed too long in what doesn’t work. But when do you know you’re ready to move on? In Ready
, author David Richo combines psychological and Buddhist practices, to help us open to our own perfect timing for the big decisions in life. Read More & Listen »
What happens after we die?Deepak Chopra tells us there is abundant evidence that “the world beyond” is not separated from this world by an impassable wall; in fact, a single reality embraces all worlds, all times and places. At the end of our lives we “cross over” into a new phase of the same soul journey we are on right this minute. Read More & Listen »
There is a certain elegance and beauty to the human mind and its complexity. But it can also be confusing and make us all the more vulnerable to suffering. Dr. Lori Olds is passionate about helping people use therapy to navigate those complexities. Read More & Listen »
It can be heartbreaking to experience what is happening around the world. We know that more losses will come, and that we have to cope with and adapt to change. This has contributed to a growing sense of despondency and doom, reinforced by apocalyptic stories. Karen O’Brien believes it’s not too late to do something. Read More & Listen »