If there is only one email you ever read from me, please make it be this one.
You may be aware that that for the last 6 months I have hosted a radio program on the I’m Thankful Network called “The Way of the Toddler Hour.” It has been my supreme honor to interview authors, spiritual leaders, inventors, child psychologists and many other guests from all walks of life. Throughout my tenure on the I’m Thankful Network, I made it my intention every week to create intelligent, thought provoking conversations that mattered to the listeners.
Now I am starting a new adventure by taking “The Way of the Toddler Hour” to an internet radio station called Toginet Radio. This will allow listeners to tune in from all over the world (or download to listen later). I am excited, but admittedly trepidatious, about this new direction for my beloved radio show and my life. It would mean the world to me if you would do me a great favor and forward this message to anyone you know who is a parent, knows any parents or has children in their lives.
Starting Tuesday, November 2nd, my sister, Lori Hamilton, and I will begin our radio partnership with an all new show, but with the same title and commitment to life-changing conversations. “The Way of the Toddler Hour” is here to stay. Here is a list of upcoming shows:-
· Who are you and what do you stand for? (November 2nd)
· How to remove the excuses from our lives (November 9th)
· Creative parenting, Autism, Toy Making and more (November 16th, 23rd, and 30th)
· An exploration of the major faith traditions and how they influence our parenting (ALL of December)
· A month of male voices: a teacher of teachers, a story of triumph over tragedy, a sports psychologist and a family therapist (January)
· A month of love: a counselor in grief and loss, a Love and Logic teacher and more (February)
· Dreams, Goddess Cards, Tarot, Psychics and more: Spiritual Crutches or Meaningful Messages? (March)
· Energy Healing Modalities: What are they and what are the options? (April)
In addition to the above, we are doing shows on the soul, the human bio-field (a.k.a. auras), consciousness, the truth or otherwise of reincarnation, radical forgiveness, death from a spiritual perspective, mysticism, vibration, the A to Z of popular spiritual teachers, Who/What/When/Where/Why is God?, cults, creating a personal belief system, politics and spirituality (does God care?), differences in beliefs within the family, karma and dharma, and so much more.
We need your help. Can you forward this email to your friends, colleagues, sons and daughters?
This show is about tools for how we become the qualities we want our children to experience in life.
The show is at 2pm Pacific, 5pm Eastern every Tuesday on www.toginet.com. Podcasts will also be available for download. More information can be found at http://www.letahamilton.com/radio-show or http://toginet.com/shows/thewayofthetoddlerhour.
To be on the mailing list to receive weekly show information and guest descriptions, please email email@example.com. (We promise not to spam you – just one short email per week with show title and guest bio.)
Author & Presenter
“The first time I heard the name of this book I knew it would be a success. The topic of modern motherhood is not only an important one, it is something of interest to many people. Leta Hamilton has written about her experiences as the mother of two young boys and she has done it with great humor, honesty and insightfulness. Both mothers and fathers will want to read this book. Rather than stopping at only sharing stories, this book takes the next step. Because the author is on her spiritual journey, she has taken her experiences and translated them into spiritual lessons. She shares what she has learned from her little Zen Masters about loving, judging, being in the now, relationships, and so much more. Even if you have never had human children, like myself, you will find this a thoroughly engaging, entertaining, and inspiring book. I have always admired mothers who try to “do it right” with their children. Now I admire them even more.” Book review by Krysta Gibson of the New Spirit Journal (March 2010)