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A religion & spirituality podcast from Wonderstruck Productions

Experiences of awe and wonder can transform us, awaken our intuition, inspire vision and cultivate our creativity and imagination. Such Wonderstruck moments can, in fact, change our lives and the world. From the everyday extraordinary to the beyond incredible, we talk about the what, wonder and wow of being. Delving deeper through levity and thoughtful curiosity, Wonderstruck explores consciousness and those both humbling and empowering experiences that connect us to something greater than ourselves, while generating a sense of community with others and our natural world. Sometimes these tales are so astounding, they are misunderstood, dismissed and even ignored as they don’t fit our tendency for tidy rationality and reductionism. Join awe-embracing host Elizabeth Rovere, a clinical psychologist, yoga teacher, Harvard Divinity School graduate and seeker, and a collection of experts and experiencers, shamans and scientists, agnostics, academics, artists, atheists, and more as they share their stories, wisdom, and insight. Every week on Wonderstruck, they’ll unpack life’s mysteries by bringing the “out there” in here.

Presented by Creative Visions, Wonderstruck Productions, Baillie Newman and FreeTime Media. 

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