The Spark, 15/06/2022
The Spark with Stephanie James LCSW
Guest, Christopher Maher, former Navy SEAL who endured intense amounts of physical, mental, and emotional stress as a child and during and after his military career.
Christopher taught himself how to free his energy, body, mind, and emotions from pain by developing the emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of being. Christopher studied Traditional Chinese Medical Practices at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and Yo San University, then continued his studies at The Universal Healing Tao System. He is a student of Grand Master Mantak Chia at the Universal Tao Master School in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and is currently pursuing his Master's and Doctorate degrees in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The Spark with Stephanie James is a radio show and podcast designed to ignite your best life and to bring a message of hope, love, and healing to humanity. With a following in 58+ countries, The Spark has been a platform for today’s most influential thought leaders, change-makers, and luminaries to share their voice, wisdom, and genius with a worldwide audience.
Honored Spark guests include Bruce Lipton, Mark Nepo, Arielle Ford, Larry Dossey, Amit Goswami, Don Jose Ruiz, Jamie Wheal, Tom Cronin, Philip Goldberg, and many, many more. In our 4th year with over 100+ episodes, we are setting the bar for meaningful, essential, interviews and information that will help enlighten, enliven, and inspire a world that truly needs all of our collective light.
Stephanie James is a dynamic presenter, author, filmmaker, transformational coach, and psychotherapist with 30 years in the personal growth and mental health field. She brings her vision and her passion to every episode and connects to the guests in a profound way which brings out the gems and true treasures that they have to offer. Her Spark Summit (and soon-to-be-released documentary, When Sparks Ignite) brought together luminaries from her radio show in a beautiful and unique way that ignited passion, playfulness, and expanded expression in the presenters as well in the audience.