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"Sister Who Presents,"

Holiday Specials, and Others:  

The Thirteenth Season of Production

 

Episode 326:  Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to unique aptitudes, abilities, and empowerments.

 

Episode 327:  Sister Who and David Slater discuss ideas related to measuring manifestation.  

 

Episode 328:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the sometimes delicate challenge of opposing deplorable conduct without devaluing any of the people involved.

 

Episode 329:  Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to minorities and other nationalities.  

 

Episode 330:  Sister Who and David Slater discuss constructive, cautious, and careful interaction with the unfamiliar.

 

Episode 331:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on genuinely good relationship, essential to which are kindness, appropriate intimacy, honesty, and interpersonal connection.

 

Episode 332:  Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to geriatrics.  

 

Episode 333:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss light and dark sides of inclusivity.

 

Episode 334:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on coming to terms with suicide; neither sensationalizing the event, nor objectifying the person, nor obsessing about methods.  

 

Episode 335:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to gender.

 

Episode 336:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss narcissistic and relational individuality.

 

Episode 337:   Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on coming to terms with separation caused by physical death.  

 

Episode 338:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to ethics.  

 

Episode 339:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss psychological and sociological accountability within spiritual development.

 

Episode 340:   Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the pitfalls of popularity.

 

Episode 341:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to religion.  

 

Episode 342:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss the challenge of distinguishing Godde from religion.

 

Episode 343:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the Divine's possible experience of skepticism.  

 

Episode 344:  Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to relationships.

 

Episode 345:  Sister Who and David Slater discuss various challenges and insights related to discovering and living within one's own multi-dimensionality.

 

Episode 346:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on celebrating diversity, unconditional love, and inner truth, rather than judging merely by appearances.

 

Episode 347:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to death.

 

Episode 348:   Sister Who and David Slater discuss dynamics and aspects of freedom and control.  

 

Episode 349:   Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on the possible fear of women within patriarchy.

 

Episode 350:   Sister Who and Xenia Kathy Grant discuss autism in relation to expectations.

 

Episode 351:    Sister Who discusses ideas related to inclusivity, community, diversity and ultimately symbiotic relationship within societal systems.

 

Episode 352:  Sister Who discusses ideas related to conflict, narcissism, honesty, polarized thinking, inclusivity, and accountability.