Since 1973 New Dimensions Radio/Media, a not-for-profit membership organization, has been producing and distributing the "New Dimensions" radio series heard worldwide. Each week, this life-long learning program series presents leading-edge thinkers, scientists, artists, healers, ecologists, spiritual leaders, and social architects in award winning, deep dialogues.
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Justine Toms is co-founder and Managing Producer and Host of "New Dimenions," a nationally-syndicated show on KKFI airing Tuesdays at 5:00 am.
Since 1973, Michael Toms, host of the nationally-syndicated "New Dimensions" program, has been engaging in dialogue with the world’s leading-edge thinkers, social architects, creative artists, scientists and spiritual teachers.
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Since 1973 New Dimensions Radio/Media, a not-for-profit membership organization, has been producing and distributing the “New Dimensions” radio series heard worldwide. Each week, this life-long learning program series presents leading-edge thinkers, scientists, artists, healers, ecologists, spiritual leaders, and social architects in award winning, deep dialogues. It is the longest running, most successful independently produced radio interview program on public radio. On this website, the New Dimensions’ program archive contains hundreds of programs now available for downloading in digital format.
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October 4, 2022 Arts & Culture
Sound is medicine, according to the research of David Gibson. Every person, emotion, and ailment has a tone. He explains that we can use frequency to match or cancel out a negative vibration, or meet a negative emotion more easily.
On our October 4 show, our speaker will be David Gibson who is a leader in the field of sound healing and therapy. He’s the founder and director of the Globe Sound and Consciousness Institute in San Francisco, which offers an Associate Degree in sound healing therapyListen
September 20, 2022 Arts & Culture
This deep dialogue explores a life-affirmative story of hope and respect for men of color at a time when Black men are routinely stigmatized. Will Jawando’s vivid and moving story not only applies to black men but is a reminder for all our children, most especially those at risk, how even a brief encounter of positive mentoring can make all the difference in their lives.
On our September 20th show, our speaker will be Will Jawando who is an attorney, an activist, a community leader, and a councilmember in Montgomery County Maryland, a diverse community of more than 1 million residents.Listen
August 30, 2022 Arts & Culture
We spend a bulk of our time in a very boisterous world of noise. We are in a constant deluge of information and chat whether it is from our email and social media, or the 24-hour news cycles with its constant announcements of breaking news. Even our households can be filled with noise.
On our August 30th show, our guests will be Justin Zorn who has served as a senior advisor for Policy and Strategy at the Center for Economic and Policy Research and Leigh Marz who is a collaboration consultant and leadership coach for major universities, nonprofit coalitions, and federal agencies.Read More
August 23, 2022 Arts & Culture
It is true most of us have questions we wished we had asked of loved ones before they passed away: questions about what mattered most in their life, what gave their life meaning, what did they regret, what did they love and value, and what was their greatest challenge and how did they get through it.
Steve Leder is senior Rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. After receiving his degree in writing and graduating cum laude from Northwestern University, studying at Trinity College, Oxford UniversityRead More
August 16, 2022 Arts & Culture
After more than two years of the Covid Pandemic, the long war in Ukraine, and monthly mass killings, we long to go back to the ways things used to be: When there were no masks, we enjoyed large collective gatherings, the price of gas was affordable, and children were safe in their schools.
On our August 16th show, our guest will be Michael Meade who is a renowned storyteller, author, scholar of mythology, and student of ritual in traditional cultures.Read More
July 26, 2022 Arts & Culture
On our July 26th show our guest will be Andrew Harvey who is a whirlwind of inspiration. This deep dialogue plunges into a myriad of topics and musings. He speaks of his “soul brother” the 88-year-old pianist and teacher, Seymour Bernstein, who is a true wisdom elder. He shares his wisdom and experience of why it takes rigorous discipline to be an artist, why solitude matters, how to cultivate our personal passions, how “networks of grace” can save humanity
Andrew Harvey is an internationally acclaimed poet, novelist, translator, mystical scholar, and spiritual teacher. He is the Founder/Director of the Institute of Sacred Activism.Read More
July 19, 2022 Arts & Culture
Lupa is a strong advocate for connecting with animal or plant totems as allies to enhance our spiritual life and help us reconnect with nature. They can provide a “bridge” between us and the rest of the natural world.
Our guest on the July 19th show will be Lupa who is a neo-shaman, artist and sustainability geek. She has been working with animal magic for more than 20 years and has developed a self-created and spirit-directed neoshamanic path. She possesses a master’s degree in counseling psychology with an emphasis on eco-psychology.Read More
July 12, 2022 Arts & Culture
Most people believe the loss of the body is the loss of life. When his 23-year-old son Jordan was suddenly shot and killed, for Matthew McKay, it was not the end of Jordan’s life. It was the beginning of a quest to penetrate the veil of death through some extraordinary communications.
On our July 12th show, our guest will be Matthew McKay, Ph.D. who is a clinical psychologist and professor at The Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA.Read More
June 28, 2022 Arts & Culture
One does not need to believe in God to be a practicing mystic. It doesn’t take a priest or rabbi or an Imam to get you there. Anyone can have a connection to Divine Source; but it takes practice—a spiritual practice. We often begin our spiritual journey with inherited doctrines, established traditions, families, churches, and cultures that lay out the rules and regulations.
One our June 28th show our guest will be Jan Phillips who is an award-winning photographer, writer, multimedia artist, and workshop leader. She’s a co-founder of the Livingkindness Foundation, a global network for grassroots philanthropists.Read More
June 21, 2022 Arts & Culture
“Letters are the remnants we leave to mark important episodes in our lives… We introduce ourselves, confide our hopes, confess our errors, offer our thanks, and say goodbye in letters.
On our June 21st show, our speaker will be Judith Valente who is a former staff writer for the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal and is a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in journalism.Read More