VIEW FROM
THE HEIGHTS

Elevations

Positive messages to
inspire you.

Got a minute? Take a moment and listen to an inspiring message that can offer you an idea or reflection that could change your day, or perhaps your life. This is our view from Washington Heights in Manhattan.

Caregiving, Part 3

Walk the labyrinth of family caregiving guided by the gift of love with Rev. Gregory L. Johnson in his View From the Heights.

The Meaning of Seeing

Observe and learn from the visual portals of artistic expression with Acting Executive Director of the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, Niria E. Leyva-Gutiérrez, in her View From the Heights.

Commit to Reflection

Empower yourself and the world around you through reflection with Rev. Terence Harding in his View From the Heights.

Poles

Experiment with language that strays away from polarity with Singularity University’s Gary A. Bolles in his View From the Heights.

Faith

Find the courage to face life’s challenges with purpose and resolve with UPSA’s Rev. Richard Miner in his View From the Heights.

Co-Creation

Embrace your co-creative power and manifest your dreams with Interspiritual Minister and Chinese Medicine Practitioner Rev. Dr. Diane Rooney in her View From the Heights.

Change Your Energy

Give the energy you want to receive and “walk your talk” with Rev. Temple Hayes in her View From the Heights.

Mystery of Success

Resonate with the tune of love and decide which notes to play with Bio-Energetic Healer Stephen Quinn in his View From the Heights.

As You Like It, Part 2

Play a vital role upon the world’s stage and build our new story with Richard Olivier in his View From the Heights.

Mindset V. Skillset

Embrace the yin of mindset to the yang of skillset with Singularity University’s Gary A. Bolles in his View From the Heights.

Self-Healing Through Tao

Let go of the need to control and go with the flow with Interspiritual Minister and Chinese Medicine Practitioner Rev. Dr. Diane Rooney in her View From the Heights.

Sitting with Grief

Find ways to coexist with grief and honor loved ones with Rev. Rachel Hollander in her View From the Heights.