Bill Douglas

Bill Douglas


William (Bill) Douglas is an award-winning mind-body author, who was recently invited to Harvard Medical School to present on two global movements to educate the planet on the science of the power of our consciousness, and how mind-body practices can take us to whole new levels of possibility in our lives. He was the 2009 Inductee to the Internal Arts Hall of Fame in New York, and has been a mind-body source for major media planetwide: New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BBC World Radio Network, China's Xinhua News Agency, South China Morning Post, etc.

Bill currently teaches Mind-Body for the University of Kansas health system and the University of Kansas School of Medicine. His books and teaching have changed the lives of thousands of people worldwide; including his books "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Tai Chi & Qigong," "The Tao of Tai Chi: The Making of a New Science," and "The Gospel of Science: Mind Blowing New Science on Ancient Truths to Heal Our Stress, Lives, and Planet."



Past Shows:

  • Astrology Insights / Mind-Body Practices

    Astrologer and teacher Leslie McGuirk shared insights on astrology and what she sees in the year ahead. Followed by meditation teacher and author Bill Douglas on the benefits of mind-body practices.More »
  • Numerology of 2022 / Mind-Body Practices

    Numerologist Glynis McCants discussed how the energy of 2022 is playing out. Followed by teacher Bill Douglas on the transformative nature of mind-body practices.More »
  • Search for ET Life / Power of Meditation

    Seth Shostak discussed SETI and the search for ET life. Followed by Bill Douglas on the transformative power of meditation techniques.More »

Last Night

AI Weaponization / Anomalous Encounters & Disappearances
AI Weaponization / Anomalous Encounters & Disappearances
Author of the series of "Gray Man" novels, Mark Greaney, discussed the future of AI and military weaponization. Followed by paranormal researcher Steve Stockton on anomalous incidents and disappearances.


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