The NO OUT THERE Show goes “Old School”

Happy Halloween

My scheduled guest for today’s show, Rev. Joan Lopez, is having a hospital outpatient procedure.  As Joan is an “Old School” metaphysician and teacher, in her honor, I am sharing my first, and one of my favorite “Old School” author’s and book with you.  I consider this book a “primer” on the path.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:   Florence Scovell Shinn (1871 – 1940) was an artist-turned spiritual teacher, healer and writer who lived in New York. She is best known for her first book The Game of Life and How to Play It(1925), which includes quotes from the Bible and real-life anecdotes to explain the author’s understanding of God and man.

So join me today as I share one of my favorite author’s LIVE TODAY, October 31st, at NOON CST (1pm-EST, 11am-MST, 10am-PST) online at and/or CALL-IN to 646-716-9798.

If you missed last week’s show, with Shelley Amdur of Cycles, give it a listen at: as she explains why she felt NO OUT THERE was narcissistic and solipsistic.

I look forward to hearing from you at NOON CST TODAY (1pm-EST, 11am-MST, 10am-PST) online at and/or CALL-IN to 646-716-9798.

Llenar (aka Danita)

“. . .how can you continue to see the world as real if the self that is determining it to be real is intangible? Ramtha

*Solipsism (Latin: solus, alone + ipse, self) is a philosophical theory that everything is in the imagination, and there is no reality outside one’s own mind. As a philosophical theory it is interesting because it is said to be internally consistent and, therefore, cannot be disproven. But as a psychological state, it is highly uncomfortable. The whole of life becomes a long dream from which an individual can never wake up. Even friends are not real, they are a part of the dream. A person may feel very lonely and detached, and eventually becomes apathetic and indifferent

Solipsism is the philosophical idea that “My mind is the only thing that I know exists”. Solipsism is an epistemological or metaphysical position that knowledge of anything outside the mind is unjustified. The external world and other minds cannot be known and might not exist. In the history of philosophy, solipsism has served as a skeptical hypothesis.

A skeptical hypothesis is a hypothetical situation that raises doubts about knowledge.

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