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Dreams are powerful. Waking up from a powerful dream can have an effect on a person well beyond the dream itself, leaving a person with lots of questions.

Why did I have that dream?

What does it mean?

Will it happen again?

Those seeking answers to their dreams have a wonderful resource in So You Think You’re Awake?, which is heard Mondays from 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The program has been a favorite of KKNW listeners for over six years.

“The program is solely focused on nightly dreams. Everybody dreams – even skeptics – so my audience is wide. Fans listen to discover their spiritual gifts and get help with their issues. Skeptics listen to poke fun, and end up becoming fans,” said Michael Sheridan, host of the program.

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Provocative Enlightenment: The Future of Fusion Energy

Tune into Provocative Enlightenment, Monday, November 30th at 12 p.m. as Eldon Taylor interviews  Jason Parisi, PHD and Justin Ball, PHD, about the future of Fusion Energy. The gap between the state of fusion energy research and public understanding is vast. We should understand how fusion works, its potential, and contemporary research problems. The Future of Fusion Energy explains how …

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CancerHacker Learning Lab co-founders join Randy Broad on C-Sessions

Cancer patients and their caregivers experience many breakdowns in our health system: they are overwhelmed as they confront their mortality and struggle to access and navigate complex, constantly changing treatment options across an uncoordinated healthcare system. CancerHacker Learning Lab accelerates patient-led solutions to these cancer care problems by organizing conversations with carefully selected advisors on their most urgent issues. Tune …

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Rick Rizzs guests on Don’t Ask Me to Talk. . .with Stacy Heller

Fans of local baseball know the voice of Rick Rizzs. Besides being the long-time voice of the Seattle Mariners baseball team, Rick is co-founder of Toys for Kids. “Rick is a a great guy with very interesting stories to share,” said Stacy Heller, host of Don’t Ask Me to Talk. Tune in Tuesday, November 24th at 3 p.m. (PST) to …

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PSR talking about spirals and giving readings, plus Sha'ron's Joke(s) of The Week, Skip's Corner.

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Toxic Relationships, Pt. 2

Tune in each week and listen as a relationship therapist and a trauma specialist team up to offer keen insight about the ways that human connections and damaging emotional situations complicate, confuse, and sometimes even conspire to heal and harmonize each other. Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify RSS Feed Download Episode  

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