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March 29, 2012

  • Aired: 03/29/2012
  • 27:44
  • Rating: NR
Alexandra Salazar interviews Victor Shamas in regards to different aspects of consciousness and how he teaches and describes different types of human consciousness. Also, one result of the tragedy that struck Tucson in January of 2011 was that it opened up a conversation about mental illness in our community. Although much has been said about the need for compassion, has the situation improved?
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Mental illness impacts many AZ residents, but what resources are available to them?
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