Show Times

  • Sunday

    9:00- 9:30 am

The Aware Show With Lisa Garr

The Aware Show is a solution-oriented program that provides possibilities to move humanity forward. By connecting current events with today's thought leaders, Lisa Garr finds solutions where most only see chaos and challenge. After suffering a traumatic brain injury during a California State Championship Mountain bike race several years ago, Lisa Garr had a near-death experience that transformed her level of consciousness. This transformation inspired Lisa to build her own media platform about awareness. This platform now reaches millions of people per month worldwide. Lisa's goal is to communicate information that inspires positive growth and change so humanity can heal and grow together. The Aware Show works to create communities that allow us to feel a part of a bigger whole, alleviating isolation and loneliness. In a time of unprecedented change, chaos in the news and uncertainty, we need tools, solutions, and coping skills to deal with these changes and constant disruption. Watch The Aware Show every Sunday at 9 am ET on Free Speech TV and anytime on VOD.

Full Episodes

John Densmore

How is it that some people can perform moving pieces of music, or write a thrilling manuscript, or create a deeply emotional piece of art? What is the secret to artistic genius? Today’s guest is Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and iconic drummer of The Doors, John Densmore. In this uplifting interview, he talks about his latest book, “The Seekers – Meetings with Remarkable Musicians (and Other Artists).” Inspired by mystic G.I. Gurdjieff’s classic work, “Meetings with Remarkable Men,” Densmore’s latest book is a collection of short vignettes of his encounters with musicians such as Patti Smith, Lou Reed, and Janice Joplin, as well as spiritual teachers like Ram Dass, the Dalai Lama, and Joseph Campbell. Each a luminary in their own right, Densmore shares stories of the creative thread that runs through each mystic, musician, and teacher as he searched for the origin of creativity and artistry. He shares several experiences he’s had with LA Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel and how so much can be learned in the moments of silence between notes. The universal language of music is always a direct connection to one another’s heart. Info:

Mandy Morris -- "Power of Manifestation

Did you know there’s an actual formula for manifesting what you desire? According to today’s guest, author and entrepreneur Mandy Morris, science has studied this phenomenon and she has further broken it down into eight easily digestible steps. She will share these eight secrets, so you too, can manifest your dreams and live a life of endless possibilities. By removing the emotional, mental, and energetic blocks which hold us back, Mandy explains how we can reach a higher frequency, and thereby achieve dramatically successful results at a faster pace. She discusses the importance of self-love in the process and ways to “check in” with our energy throughout the day. She is the creator of Authentic Living, an online company designed to help individuals reconnect with their authentic selves to find purpose, peace, and deep healing. Mandy and her brands have been featured in media outlets and publications including Shape, Mind Body Green, The Chalkboard, BuzzFeed, Well + Good, and Thrive Global, as well as on many notable podcasts. Her new book is “8 Secrets to Powerful Manifesting: How to Create the Reality of Your Dreams.” Info:

Lon - Uncover Your Magical Powers

Are you interested in concepts like manifestation, energy, dimensions, magic, and more? Do you know that you create your own reality? Today’s guest, Lon, is an author and artist who specializes in Sacred Geometry. Patterns make up all of nature and how we look and understand these magical constructs can make vast differences in our perceived reality. Lon explains how we all have the power within us to work magic and by understanding these sacred shapes and patterns, we can further experience our unlimited potential. She discusses her new book “Modern Merlin” and explains how it is an easy-to-use guide so we can expand our current paradigm and belief systems, as well as witness the unlimited abundance and potential of nature. Info:

John Assaraf - The Power to Change

Are you craving change, but not sure what to do? Are certain aspects no longer working in your life? Do you want to feel better physically and mentally, while having more happiness in your life? According to our guest, John Assaraf, it is all possible and starts by making different choices. We can react to situations in our life based on our past, or, we can be in the present moment and choose our thoughts more deliberately. If you want to lose fat, feel healthy, be more focused, or make more empowering decisions, John invites us all to slow down, stop reacting to our subconscious programming, and take on a victorious mindset. He teaches us how to get our brains, our hearts, and our guts all in alignment for greater good in our lives. John is one of the leading high performance, success coaches in the world. He is a behavioral neuroscience researcher who has written four books including two NYT bestsellers. He has been featured in 11 movies, including the “The Secret” and "Quest For Success" with Richard Branson and the Dalai Lama. Today, he is CEO of, a neuroscience-based company, dedicated to helping individuals strengthen their mindset and skills, so they achieve their goals and dreams. Info: &

William Peters -- Shared Death Experiences

Perhaps you’ve heard people talk about Near Death Experiences, the concept of crossing over and coming back, going “toward the light” and other similar examples. Have you heard of the profound concept of Shared Death Experiences? Today’s guest, William Peters, explains what this phenomenon means as people at the end of life experience a loving connection and communication beyond the human realm. He is recognized as a global leader in the field of shared death studies and has spent decades studying end-of-life experiences. He is the founder of the Shared Crossing Project and director of its Research Initiative. He will discuss particular studies and experiences with clients, as well as his latest book, “At Heaven's Door: What Shared Journeys to the Afterlife Teach About Dying Well and Living Better.” His findings are informed by his therapeutic work with individuals and families, personal experiences with death and dying across cultures, and his family’s own end-of-life journeys. Previously, Peters worked as a hospice volunteer with the Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco and as a teacher and social worker in Central and South America. A practicing grief and bereavement therapist, he holds degrees from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education and UC Berkeley. Info:

Bob Roth - What is TM?

Have you heard about Transcendental Meditation® or “TM”? Our guest is Bob Roth, one of the most experienced and sought-after meditation leaders in America, and CEO of the David Lynch Foundation. Info:

Terri Cole - How to Set Healthy Boundaries!

Do you feel like you have a hard time maintaining boundaries? Do you feel people sometimes walk all over you because you are just so nice, and you don’t know how to say “No”? Do you want to have greater communication skills, especially in the face of potential conflict? Today’s guest, licensed psychotherapist Terri Cole, will explore these ideas and teach you how to have healthy boundaries and thereby much more balance in your life. She explains exactly what boundaries are and how sometimes they can be porous, while others are rigid, depending on our preferences, our limits, and our total dealbreakers. She shares ways to set healthy boundaries in order to have your real voice and feelings be heard. She also discusses why empathic people and narcissists are so often together, even though it is an unhealthy fit. Terri Cole is a global relationship and empowerment expert, and the author of “Boundary Boss-The Essential Guide to Talk True, Be Seen and (Finally) Live Free.” Info:

Rena Greenberg - Lose Weight Through Hypnosis!

The Gastric Bypass Hypnosis method for weight loss has been taught in hospitals for more than 30 years. Developed by Rena Greenberg, it's called Easy Willpower. Rena is the author of "The Right Weigh" and "The Easy Sugar Break Up."

Marci Shimoff and Dr. Sue Morter - Your Year of Miracles 2022

Do you want to experience more happiness in the upcoming year? Would you like to learn the secret to living a miraculous and fulfilling life? Be sure to tune in when today’s powerful guests are #1 New York Times bestselling author, world-renowned transformational teacher, and an expert on happiness, success, and unconditional love, Marci Shimoff and International speaker, Master of Bio-Energetic Medicine and Quantum Field visionary, Dr. Sue Morter. Marci is the founder of Your Year of Miracles, a yearly online program with Dr. Sue and Lisa Garr in which they discuss the numerous ways of living a truly miraculous life! Today they discuss the importance of living in the moment and being present, asking for and receiving divine guidance, daily habits that can make people happier, radical gratitude for all the good (& bad!) things that happen, and how we can ALL calibrate to a more fulfilling, more aware way to live. Learn how 2022 can be a “restart” so that you can truly be the creator of your own reality! Info and free ebook gift:

Dr. Cari Schaefer - Feel Better with Optimal Hormone Health

Would you like to have more energy and clarity? Would you like to feel more fit? Do you feel like you’ve tried everything and nothing is really working? Today’s guest Dr. Cari Schaefer, DACM, is an expert in hormones and specializes in fertility and menopause. She is the best-selling author of the book, “The Food Solution.” As a healthcare expert and provider, educator, and lecturer, she is also the founder of Wise Woman Emerging, a platform designed to midwife women through the menopausal change. She is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine with more than 21years experience who has helped thousands of women identify and remove the barriers blocking them from feeling their best, while offering solutions to optimal health. She has an upcoming online event for women (& their men!) of all ages. Info:

Dr James Greenblatt --- Nutritional Solutions in Psychiatry

As we enter the holiday season, festive gatherings around the table abound. Yet for many people who suffer from eating disorders, these parties cause an enormous amount of stress and anxiety. For people with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and body dysmorphia, they may be experiencing an extreme amount of fear about their weight, their food, and the calories they intake. Today’s guest, Dr. James Greenblatt, is a pioneer in the field of integrative medicine and has been treating patients for many decades. His nutritional approach to psychiatry is revolutionary and has helped patients worldwide. He is the author of seven books, including “Answers to Anorexia” and “Finally Focused: The Breakthrough Natural Treatment Plan for ADHD.” He is the founder of Psychiatry Redefined, an educational platform dedicated to the transformation of psychiatry, which offers courses, webinars, and fellowships for professionals about functional and integrative medicine for mental illness. After receiving his medical degree and completing his psychiatry residency at George Washington University, Dr. Greenblatt completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School. He currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, MA and serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine and Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine. Info:

Dr. Michael Tobin -- Secrets to a Loving Relationship

What’s the secret to a happy, long-lasting relationship? Marital and family psychologist Dr. Michael Tobin believes it’s mutual respect for one another. He’s been with his life partner, soulmate, and wife, Deborah, for 47 years, and in practice as a psychologist for more than 45 years. His most recent book, “Riding the Edge, A Love Song to Deborah,” chronicles a six-month transformative journey in 1980 when Deborah, an Arab American, and Michael, an American Jew, bicycled across Europe, Lebanon, and Israel where they confronted the challenges of love, war, and identity. Today he discusses ways to work through trying times, even when life-transforming situations such as illness or marital infidelity occur. He is also a life-long writer, and has written extensively on marriage and family relationships, aging, health, fitness, and travel. Info:

Lisa Broderick - Do You Wish You Had More Time?

How many of us feel like there’s just not enough time in the day? Wouldn’t you love to control your experience of time, even stretching it to feel like there’s more hours in the day? Well, it may be possible, according to our guest Lisa Broderick. She is the author of the brand-new book, “All the Time in the World,” and today she shares her secrets about perception, physics, and the psychology of the human construct of time. Lisa is a senior executive who earned her BA from Stanford and her MBA from Duke. She is also a Transcendental Meditation teacher and studied expanded states of consciousness at the Monroe Institute. She believes if we embrace time as an ally, we can truly create our own reality. Info:

Robert Thurman - Wisdom is Bliss

We’ve all heard the expression, “Ignorance is bliss,” but what if the truth was just the opposite? Professor Robert Thurman, the preeminent scholar and interpreter of Tibetan Buddhist philosophy for the modern world, believes that “Wisdom is Bliss” and in fact, that’s the name of his latest book. Professor Thurman is a very close friend of HH Dalai Lama and today he discusses deep ideas about mindfulness and presence and leads us on a joyful exploration into the nature of reality through Buddha’s threefold curriculum of “super-education.” He invites us to shift our attention of suffering to know we are part of the bigger flow of life. He asks us to manage our mind and thoughts through meditation, awareness, and compassion. He believes by cultivating intuition, and coming from a perspective of neutrality, we can all attain a more peaceful state. Thurman is Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University as well as Co-Founder and President of Tibet House US in service of HH Dalai Lama and the people of Tibet. He is a leading worldwide lecturer on Tibetan Buddhism, passionate activist for the plight of the Tibetan people, and skilled translator of Buddhist texts. Info:

Mark Anthony - Science and Spirit

Is it scientifically possible to consider what happens in the Afterlife? It is a natural question to ponder what happens after we die, and scientists have been studying this phenomenon for decades, attempting to bridge the divide between science and faith. Our guest today is Mark Anthony who is well-known as the “Psychic Lawyer.” Traditionally trained at Oxford, Mark was a practicing trial attorney who also acknowledged his gifts as a psychic and medium. His latest book is “The Afterlife Frequency: The Scientific Proof of Spiritual Contact and How That Awareness Will Change Your Life” where he deeply studies what happens after the cessation of consciousness from a neuroscience and physics perspective. In this discussion, Mark offers hope for those in grief, experiencing PTSD or guilt, or from a loved one’s suicide or homicide. He shares very personal stories of how he overcame grief as well. Info:

Dr Jill Bolte Taylor - Whole Brain Living and Choice

"How does our brain create our reality? And is it true that our emotions are based solely in the right hemispheres of our brains, as science has taught for more than 50 years? Our guest today, Dr Jill Bolte Taylor, is a Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist. She shares with us the idea of cellular circuitry and how there are four distinct modules of cells that make up who we are, combining the thinking mind and the emotional side. She discusses her new book, “Whole Brain Living: The Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characteristics that Drive Our Life,” which blends neuroanatomy with psychology in order to gain balance and thereby deep inner peace. Today she also talks about the beauty of our human brain and its ability to recover from trauma. In 1996, she experienced a severe hemorrhage in the left hemisphere of her brain causing her to lose the ability to walk, talk, read, write, or recall any of her life. Her memoir, “My Stroke of Insight,” documenting her experience with stroke and eight-year recovery, spent 63 weeks on the NY Times nonfiction bestseller list and is still routinely the #1 book about stroke on Amazon. Dr. Taylor was chosen as one of Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World” and she was the premiere guest on Oprah Winfrey’s “Soul Series” webcast. Her TED Talk now has more than 26 million views. Info: "

Dr. Harley Rotbart - No Regrets Parenting

Dr. Harley Rotbart, a nationally renowned infectious diseases specialist, pediatrician, parenting expert, speaker, and educator discusses his latest book “No Regrets Parenting: Turning Long Days and Short Years into Cherished Moments with Your Kids.” He shares special keys for parents to guide children to live a life of wonder and contentment by conscious parenting and notes that there are just 940 Saturdays before children turn 18. He talks about the importance of boundaries and includes forgiveness, appreciation, and opening to discovery. A man of science, and the son of a Holocaust survivor, he talks about his believe in a higher power and how that belief has guided him to live a life of meaning and purpose. Named to "Best Doctors in America" for eighteen consecutive years, as well as receiving numerous other national and local awards for research, teaching, and clinical work, Dr. Rotbart continues to serve as professor and vice chair emeritus of pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital Colorado. Info:

Dr Paul Conti - Healing Trauma

What is the invisible, pervasive epidemic which influences each and every one of us on some level? Psychiatrist Dr. Paul Conti believes it’s trauma. Recognizing that some people have more severe and burdensome circumstances, he suggests that all of us have been affected in some way as we’ve all been living under the stress of the pandemic, with health concerns, changing finances, job instability, and constant uncertainty. In his new book, “Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic,” Dr. Conti examines the most recent research and shares stories to present a deeper and more urgent view of trauma. He helps us to understand its insidious effects and offers us a path to healing. Dr. Paul Conti is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine and former chief resident at Harvard. He is a practicing psychiatrist with training in brain biology and psychology, and a leading trauma treatment expert. Info:

Connie Zweig, Ph.D. - Thriving in Later Years

Does it seem like society is obsessed with youth? Do you find yourself questioning as you go into middle age and beyond? Well, why not embrace older age? Today’s guest, Connie Zweig, Ph.D., is a retired therapist and author who says it’s possible to thrive as we age. It’s time to re-define the process, as we are essentially “aging” from the moment we are born. Her latest book is “The Inner Work of Age: Shifting from Role to Soul.” She is an expert in “the shadow” and has written numerous books about that topic. Today she talks about extending shadow-work into late life and teaches aging as a spiritual practice. Connie has been doing contemplative practices for 50 years and she also notes the importance of meditation in daily life. Info:

The Aware Show - Serena and Saje Dyer

How does one begin to navigate sudden loss? International best-selling author Wayne Dyer passed away suddenly in August 2015 and today Lisa interviews his youngest daughters Serena Dyer Pisoni and Saje Dyer. Growing up with the “Father of Motivation,” as he is so compassionately known, forced Serena and Saje to draw upon deep wells of inner wisdom and consider his life-long teachings at a very personal level. Find out how we can all access the deepest wisdom of our soul, through the good times and the seemingly rough seas, to find our rightful place — essentially how to ""become a host to miracles instead of a hostage to circumstances,"" as they write in their new book, “The Knowing.” Together they all share stories and memories about Wayne, his profound wisdom, and even the signs they believe he is sending from the Other Side. Info: and

Dr Mario Martinez -- Do Cultural Beliefs Impact Your Health?

Clinical neuropsychologist and founder of Biocognitive science, Dr. Mario Martinez, lectures worldwide on how cultural beliefs affect health and longevity more than genetics. His research demonstrates how thoughts and their biological expression coemerge within a cultural history, even as current science continues to divide mind and body, and ignore the influence cultural contexts have on the process of health, illness, and aging. Cultures that view growing older as positive are associated with increased wisdom and have higher numbers of centenarians living healthier lives than cultures that view aging as a process of inevitable deterioration. He also teaches how joy requires sufficient self-esteem to accept it without self-sabotage. He is the author of "The MindBody Code." Learn more about his field of “biocognition” in today’s interview. Info:

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