Host Regina Meredith conducts interviews with thought-provoking luminaries, cutting-edge visionaries and tireless researchers, providing crucial information to awaken viewers to new perspectives that spark awareness, understanding and ultimately, transformation.
Imagine if you could wake up every day feeling SuperCharged -you just can’t wait to take on your day! What would it mean to you to sleep deeply every night and wake up refreshed, have boundless energy to get through your day, recover quickly from occasional ailments, and heal any chronic illnesses?
CRAZYWISE follows two young Americans diagnosed with "mental illness". Adam, 27, suffers devastating side effects from medications before embracing meditation in hopes of recovery. Ekhaya, 32, survives childhood molestation and several suicide attempts before spiritual training to become a traditional South African healer gives her suffering meaning and brings a deeper purpose to her life.
James and Laurentine have met, discussed and interviewed some of the world leading experts in nutrition, medicine, wellness and spirituality in a mission to bring answers to the forefront and give access to knowledge that has, for so long, been untapped.
Becoming Nobody is the quintessential portal to Ram Dass' life and teachings. Ram Dass delivers an engaging narrative, touching the joy, the foibles, and the honesty for the very essence of his work and relevance.
Throughout this series you will get to deep dive into the stories and interviews of the world’s most recognized doctors, scientists, high-performance athletes and thought leaders who are living a life of purpose through the power of food, mindset, education and self-discovery.
A 30-year-old "Average Joe" tries eating a clean, raw, plant-based diet and working out for 60 days, on an experimental journey to test the effect on his physical, mental, and emotional life. See what happens to Average Joe!
A scandal or a blessing? CRISPR is a new tool in the gene laboratory. Researchers are developing therapies for seemingly incurable diseases, but at the same time the designer baby is within reach. How far should we be allowed to go?