My name is Marla Hughes. I have worked with children my entire life. I have a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology. I have worked in the pediatric transplant unit at UCSF Hospital in San Francisco, teaching children about exercise, good nutrition and relaxation. I also worked at the Center for Attitudinal Healing with its founder, Dr. Gerald Jampolsky, using art and music therapy to help young children who had life threatening diseases or who had a parent or loved one who was severely ill. My greatest teachers, however, have been my children. I have never experienced a love that deep or profound. I created this podcast because I am intrigued by how children can help us reconnect with our spiritual selves. I believe the young are our teachers; after all they are the masters of living in the moment, enjoying the messiness of life and curious about the universe in all it's dimensions. They are not concerned with ego or comparisons. These young souls enter life with driblets of heaven cl... more
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Magic". This 7-minute podcast will explore the comforting tale of 6-year-old Charlie, who navigates the grief of losing her grandfather, Pop Pop. Marla will share the inspiration behind the story, emphasizing the book's core message that the most imp... more
In this profoundly enlightening episode of "Interviews with Innocence," we are honored to host Dr. P.M.H. Atwater, L.H.D., an internationally recognized authority on near-death experiences (NDEs). With a career spanning over 38 years, Dr. Atwater has... more
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Such beautiful and comforting podcasts! Building the bridge between faith and science. Thank you for all the work that you do and share!❤️
Simply amazing. I’ve come across this podcast a few weeks ago and I’m absolutely stoked. Every interview is extremely eye opening and thought provoking. I highly recommend! Looking forward to future episodes.
Great job, interesting guests and interviews!
I heard Marla with Sandra Champlain We Don’t Die radio show. Loved them both. Can wait to share this new podcast. Thank you both.
Thank you, Marla, for your uplifting and inspiring interview with Madhu Anziani. You have a wonderful way of gently and skillfully leading the conversation to make sure that we get the full picture of the intriguing story. Madhu’s astounding experience of healing has given me a big boost to continue deepening my own healing experience. Thank you for continuing to expand our awareness of what is possible with your spectacular Interviews With Innocence. What a gift to us, your lucky listeners! more
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