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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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Correcting your politically-correct speak

Tune into Provocative Enlightenment, Monday, November 16th at 12 p.m. as Eldon Taylor turns the attention on politically correct speak and how you too can escape the trend to conform. Joining Eldon and Ravinder Taylor in the conversation will be Loretta Breuning, Ph.D. You care about the greater good, but you want to define it for yourself. What if you …

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Story U: What’s Freud got to do with it?

Tune in to Story U Talk Radio with your host Coach Debby as she poses the question “What’s Freud got to do with it?” The show airs Thursday, November 12th at 4 p.m. (repeats Friday at 6 a.m.) “The ego and her other esoteric friends may be playing unconscious roles in your writing,” said Coach Debby, adding, “Grab a quick …

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Epic poem, Gilgamesh, discussed on Talk Cosmos

Tune in Saturday, November 14th at 6 p.m. for Talk Cosmos, as host Sue Rose Minahan brings attention to the oldest written existing story, Gilgamesh, an epic poem based on the historical King Gilgamesh, ruling Sumerian Uruk  (modern day Iraq) in 2700 BC.   Initially the epic poem was shared orally, and written product from the “cradle of civilization” begun in …

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Latest Podcasts

Barn Find Hunter Tom Cotter Searches Route 66

Route 66 is part of the native range for Tom Cotter aka The Barn Find Hunter. He and his BBF (best barn finder) pal Brian Barr sought rusted gold in every state The Mother Road passes through. Along the way, ace lensman Michael Alan Ross documented their finds, mishaps, and various adventures. Starting in the…

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