Audio/Video

Now you can download recordings that Louise sold in past years as cassette tapes: Breaking Through the Barriers, Transcending Linear Time, and Visualized Meditation Adventure. You can also listen to "Louise Goes Live" segments, broadcasts from London following Louise's move from NYC, following 9/11. (After each broadcast topic you'll find a corresponding mediation).

Watch and listen to previous television and radio interviews from some of Louise's favorite media spots—and stay tuned to upcoming recordings in the future!

Louise Goes Live - Meditation: Global Information

Louise Goes Live - Meditation: Air Balloon

Louise Goes Live - Meditation: Inviting in the Higher Self

Louise Goes Live - Meditation: Secret Garden

"Good Morning Arizona" interview

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Listen to the cute response from the anchor gal, when Louise's mentions the amazing turn of events in the story, "Snowman Poop," from her book, Heart-Links.

1998 Leisure World TV Interview

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Here's a vintage video from 1998 interview with Louise at Leisure World in So. California

Visualized Meditation Adventure

Louise will guide you through this journey to help you receive the gifts and illuminate the path you'll travel into the times ahead. [To download: Once the recording has uploaded, right-click (mac users control-click) on recording bar and select "Save as Source" (mp3) or "Save as a QuickTime Movie."]

Transcending Linear Time

Louise explores the illusion of time with functional applications to help you go beyond old perceptions. This will influence how and when good things come into your life and help you end time-stress. Includes a meditation to help you integrate these concepts.

[To download: Once the recording has uploaded, right-click (mac users control-click) on recording bar and select "Save as Source" (mp3) or "Save as a QuickTime Movie."]

Breaking Through The Barriers

Valuable tools to help you embrace inhibiting fears and move through old barriers. Release yourself from past patterns to allow you to live life more spontaneously and more fully in the present. Includes a meditation.

[To download: Once the recording has uploaded, right-click (mac users control-click) on recording bar and select "Save as Source" (mp3) or "Save as a QuickTime Movie."]