"Why Our Brains Age: And What We Can Do To Stay Youthful".
Dr. Alarik Arenander of the Brain Research Institute discusses his new course "Why Our Brains Age: And What We Can Do To Stay Youthful". Interviewed by Station Manager Stan Stansberry, Dr. Arenander assures us that knowledge, and following a few rules, is the basis of aging well - good advice on what to do, and what not to do to keep the brain healthy, the body strong and enjoy a fun-filled life.New Interview Feb 4, 2013. mp3 23 min, 6MB
”Healing the Feminine Heart — A Bold New Prescription”.
Dr. Nancy Lonsdorf brought her years of Ayurveda knowledge to a SRO audience in Dalby Hall March 19th. She spoke about the do's and don'ts of diet,exercise & Ayurvedic approaches to the three aspects of heart health - the physical, the emotional and the spiritual.
Dr. Lonsdorf was named “one of the nation’s most prominent Ayurvedic doctors” by the Chicago Tribune. She is the former medical director of The Raj Ayurveda Health Spa, and of The Maharishi Ayurveda Medical Center in Washington D.C.
mp3 95 min, 27MB
"Yogic Flying Competition"
Sunday, May 5th, 2013 M.U.M. will be hosting a Yogic Flying competition in the Maharishi Patanjali Dome on campus.In this lively panel discussion on Yogic Flying as practiced in the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi® Program, Vivek Vaidyanathan Of the Ultimate Flying (Student) Club at M.U.M. interviews Dr.Rod Eason, Ph.D. in Maharishi Vedic Science, Rod Falk(pictured above right), veteran of many Yogic Flying competitions, and upcoming competitor and former M.U.M/MSAE student Sheer-El Cohen.
mp3 26 min, 7MB
Recorded excerpts from M.U.M's commencement exercises held May 25,2013 in the Maharishi Patanjali Golden Dome.
Iowa Senator Tom Harkin was the commencement speaker. Honorary degrees were awarded to Senator Harkin and to Dr. Nat Goldhaber, who co-founded the university, with Dr. Keith Wallace, more than 40 years ago.
Also included is Valedictorian Kelly Mae Heroux's address, M.U.M. President Dr. Bevan Morris's charge to the graduates, and excerpts from the Awards Ceremony held the previous evening.
"Literature Department Reunion
Aug 30 - Sept 2, 2013"
Former Literature department chairperson Dr. Rhoda Orme-Johnson, assistant professor Nynke Passi and Alumni officer Anna-Maria Petricelli(left to right-above) discuss the upcoming Literature department reunion this summer. They are interviewed by station manager Stan Stansberry.
A link is also provided(below) to previous Literature Department Chair Dr. Susan Andersen's 4th of July radio program, celebrating the spirit of America's national holiday and the inauguration of the U.S. Peace Government by Dr. John Hagelin in July 2003.Interview - mp3 19 min, 5.5MB 4th of July program - mp3 72 min, 21MB
"That Reminds Me"
Author and M.U.M. Publicist Norman Zierold, interviewed by Dean Cathy Gorini and station manager Stan Stansberry on his newly published book "That Reminds Me".
Stan says: [This is] "a real-life adventure conversational memoir by our esteemed Norman Zierold. [Norman takes us from] "his hometown Amana Colonies, to the U.S. Navy, to New York City, to Hollywood, to finding Transcendental Meditation, teaching TM, and to the campus of Maharishi University of Management. Along the way he..interviewed and hob-nobbed with famous New York and Hollywood actors, writers and people like Barbara Walters".
mp3 63 min, 18MB
"Dr. Rhoda Orme-Johnson on Poetics"
Recent MIU-MUM Literature Reunion speaking events are being broadcast on World Radio KHOE.
The first one is former MIU Literature Chair Dr. Rhoda Orme-Johnson on Poetics, a few of her own poems, a word or two on her dissertation experience which included input by Maharishi, and the reaction to it, the rewards of jerks and jolts in writing and much more. Who could ask for more, an accomplished writer speaking on writing.
Rhoda on Poetics - mp3 40 min, 11.7MB
KHOE, World Radio 90.5 FM is broadcasting the program "A Chat with the Dean" this week with Dr. David Orme-Johnson as it's guest. Listen in to hear Dean of Faculty Dr. Cathy Gorini chat with Dr. Orme-Johnson about his latest research on the Transcendental Meditation and T.M. Sidhis program and the part that epigenetic s is playing in the unfoldment of deeper layers of understanding the effects and benefits of Maharishi's techniques.
David and Cathy on Epigenetics - mp3 34 min, 9.92MB
Why the Maharishi Effect is more relevant today than ever. Listen to this timely interview as a young faculty member delves into this contemporary issue with three community leaders.
Super Radiance - mp3 1 hr, 17.2MB
Veda and Greece: Foundations of Knowledge in the Experience of Higher States of Consciousness is the first of three volumes written by Dr. Kenneth Chandler.
Dr. Ken Chandler, a distinguished scholar of both ancient Greek philosophy and Maharishi Vedic Science, discussed main themes of his new book, Veda and Greece — that the knowledge the pre-Socratics, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle were offering was fundamental, eternal wisdom and that it was parallel to the teaching of the Veda and Vedic literature.
Dr. Ken Chandler, Veda and Greece - mp3 1.5 hr, 25.9MB
Listen in to World Radio KHOE, 90.5 FM to hear Dr. Anil Mehshwari, associate professor of Management Information Systems at MUM, talk about the successful on-line courses program recently started, and a complete description of just what Information Systems is. Professor Mehshwari also talks about the upcoming Dewali celebration, and its historical significance to be celebrated this November 2nd in MUM's Dalby Hall.
MUM's new librarian Ruzanna Vardanyan makes her debut on KHOE with a great description of her talented academic background including having initiated over 2000 people into Maharishi's Transcendental program.
Dr. Anil Mehshwari and Ruzanna Vardanyan - mp3 34 min, 9.7MB
Award-winning Canadian documentary filmmaker Leigh Badgley sits down with MUM faculty Jessica Keen, in the home of the David Lynch Master’s in Film, Headley Hall, Vedic City - and discusses interviewing as like falling in love, the connections between film and consciousness, and being a global citizen.
Leigh Badgley and Jessica Keen - mp3 31 min, 8.9MB
During the December Full Moon Celebration sponsored by the Ultimate Flying Club Dr. Ken Chandler spoke on "Veda and Christianity: Jesus's Teaching of Transcending and Enlightenment and How it Got Lost From Early Christianity" in Dalby Hall Tuesday Dec. 17th.
Author Steven Verney is interviewed by Dr. Cathy Gorini, Dean of Faculty at M.U.M. on the KHOE radio program "A Chat with the Dean". Titled "The Best of all Possible Worlds" Steven Verney's novel is based on his experiences as a teacher of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Transcendental Meditation. Steven sprinkles gems of Maharishi's knowledge before the reader along with threads of life changing experiences many teachers of TM will relate to while going about the business of bringing enlightenment to the individual and the world and balancing life in the "real world". Readers have found it difficult to put down this well written book.
Steven Verney and Cathy Gorini - mp3 58 min, 16.8MB
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