Superhero of Love Podcast

You have a Superhero of Love inside you! Come learn to love and be loved more than ever before + fly high with that Mighty Heart of yours!

We lost a beautiful light and force on this planet last week.  Adelaide Finkbine Hixon was 101 when she passed and was nothing short of the Grande Dame of my Love League.  Since I was eleven years old, she has been a source of wisdom, laughter and a swift kick in the pants when I needed one.  She was an extraordinary philanthropist, who was passionate about early childhood education.  Adelaide's list of philanthropic credits is miles long, but I love the twinkle in her eye behind the writing program she started with her husband Alec at CalTech to help scientists convey their ideas to the rest of us folk.

In the photo above, as we waited for a play to begin about 4 years ago, she had just uttered this hilarious sentence "Opera is the television of the 1880's!"  

Here she is in her one and only visit when she came to my new home for lunch.  I had only very recently gotten settled here, but she was so excited for me she wanted to come as soon as I would have her.  She was my champion.



We shared a passion for flowers and butterflies.  I always brought flowers which she would inspect in great detail ("Is this from your garden?"  "What's this one here?) and deeply inhale their aroma as if she were ingesting their deliciousness. Whenever possible I would bring her a special butterfly find too.  This is one of the wind-up butterflies propelled by a tightly wound rubberband.  It delighted her so when it flew up high and then landed on her blanket.  I couldn't help snap a photo of its synchronistic lavender butterflied landing strip!


This podcast is a love letter to Adelaide with excerpts from Supehero of Love: Heal Your Broken Heart & Then Go Save the World that she inspired.

With love from Bridget...

Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton were at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles on November 6, 2019 hosted by Book Soup as part of their book tour for The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience.


Bridget casually recorded some snippets on her iphone and was moved to share them her.  She sought and received permission to share them in honor of these two Superhero of Love authors who celebrate over 100 Gutsy Women who also happen to be Superheroes of Love.  



Brilliant interviewer Maria Shriver led the conversation through heart territories that some had never heard about before, and led to Hillary giving some hints about another possible presidential run. 

Buy "The Book of Gutsy Women" Wherever You Get Your Books



One of the most often mentioned books in the Superhero of Love Podcast is the NY Times Bestseller (for three years!) The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield.  James talks about how his work has evolved since he first self-published the book that quickly went old-school viral as a "pass-along book." Today it is reaching a whole new audience including rappers Jay Z, P Diddy, Wyclef Jean who name it one of the books they live by, becoming again a book that isn't staying on bookstore shelves.



James talks about a new passion for enneagrams which you can explore further with James Redfield article "THE SECRETS OF THE ENNEAGRAM: KNOWING OURSELVES"

James will be in Los Angeles on 2/11/20 and Sedona on 4/11/20 on his Celestine Prophecy Tour

Read more about what James is up to and catch up with all things Celestine Prophecy and beyond at James' website:

Buy the NEW EDITION of The Celestine Prophecy wherever you get your books!







Yet another synchronicity comes into the Superhero of Love world. Bridget was watching a YouTube video and the next video that YouTube automatically played -- on a topic completely unrelated to the one she was watching! -- was on Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI's).  Bridget did an interview with Jerri earlier this year but visited her home for another quick conversation about synchronicity, love, making a difference in the world and TBI's.

EMMY winning director Jerri Sher's new movie, QUIET EXPLOSIONS, is inspired by Adam and Andrew Marr's book Tales from the Blast Factory and follows the stories of several people with traumatic brain injuries who are being helped by some medical miracles now available to TBI patients.

You can also check out the YouTube Version of this Interview

Find out more about Jerri's movie: Quiet Explosions

Anthony Guthmiller has been making a difference in this world since he was a tiny tot growing up in South Dakota and Minnesota.  For the past many years he has been making a difference in the Pasadena area, first as a guiding light at the AIDS Service Center in Pasadena.  Since then he has lent his magic Midas touch to fundraising and bringing light to many nonprofits including Thrive Tribe, AIDS Project Los Angeles, Cancer Support Community, American Cancer Society, Pasadena Fire Foundation, Leadership Pasadena, and more!  

He also is a true Superhero of Love, inspiring all he meets to love more.

He also helped Bridget with Love Forward Talks and inspired her (just after this interview was completed!) to join the fun in the upcoming fundraiser that Anthony himself invented for Leadership Pasadena: Setting the Table: The World of Conversation.  Join us on November 9th at the Pasadena Convention Center!

Andrea Pflaumer is the author of Shopping for the Real You: Ten Essential Steps to a Better Wardrobe for Every Women – Fashionistas, Fashion-phobes and the Over Fifty and She’s Got Good Jeans. She writes about fashion, style and the arts in the San Francisco Bay Area.



We talk about beauty inside and out -- how you can wear your beautiful heart on your beautiful sleeve in a way that makes you look and feel great.

Please visit her blog at Shopping for the Real You

Find a plethora of inspiring videos Andrea has made to help us all at Shopping for the Real You YouTube Channel


Trudie Strobel and Sharon Kagan are two extraordinary and beautiful artists who have a lot in common.  They both were changed by the Holocaust.  Trudie spent up to age seven in camps.  Sharon was five years old when she started hearing the vivid stories from the people her mother saved from the Holocaust.  They both work with needles: Trudie as a master embroiderer and Sharon with knitting as one of the important mediums she is working with at the moment.

But the most important thing that they share is that they both have stories of how their art helped heal their hearts.  They also are passionate about making a difference with their art and their hearts -- and they both do exactly that with great success.

Find out more about each of them and see their art at their respective websites: and



Linda Joy's name fits her. She has been a source of joy and inspiration to women around the globe for decades. She is a former welfare mom, high-school dropout and self-professed "queen of self-sabotage," Linda knows first-hand the journey of healing, forgiveness and transformation and the importance of embracing the dreams in your heart.  She believes in the power of possibility and that every woman has the power to transform her life.

Through her numerous inspirational media brands, including the beloved Aspire Magazine, Inspired Living Publishing™, the Inspired Conversations™ radio show, Inspired Living Secrets™ Summit Series and the all new Inspired Living University™: A Sacred Community & Curriculum for Women, Linda has been passionately spreading a message of love, feminine wisdom and self-empowerment since 2006. Her message now reaches over 40,000 subscribers and a thriving social media community.  Learn more at


If you are in the mood to be inspired and fill your heart with joy, listen in -- and share with those you love!

New York Times Bestselling author Robyn Spizman is a true Superhero of Love who is committed to helping each and every one of us spread love and kindness.  Her new book Loving Out Loud: The Power of a Kind Word is full of inspiring stories and hundreds of ideas to get you started on changing the world with love and kindness.

Robyn just had a tough couple of years losing both of her parents and she shares how even through that loss she brought love and kindness into each and every corner of her life during these very intense times caring for her ill parents.

 If you are trying to shift a relationship or breathe fresh energy into a situation, listen in.  


Visit Robyn online at  and find her book wherever you get your books!

Dr. Christopher Hartnett has had billion dollar businesses, owns the largest pink emerald on earth, and brought VOIP technology to the world. Those are a mere few of his long list of extraordinary credits.  His greatest mission, though, is the one he speaks about in this interview: to help people become Soul-Realized. 

Dr. Hartnett studied for decades with masters of self-realization including Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, but an extreme physical condition brought him to Master John Douglas in 2008. After many years of suffering and searching the globe for someone who could heal the illness that caused him to endure over 29 week-long hospital stays and countless surgeries, Master John performed the miraculous cure for which Dr. Hartnett will forever be expressing humble gratitude through his service. 

This interview was taped on September 11, 2019 and Dr. Hartnett talks about how an intervention by Maharishi saved his life on September 11, 2001, and also about the consciousness of the world on that day and since.  

For many years, Dr. Hartnett has been "in the business" of helping people raise their consciousness, and the consciousness of the planet. You will hear his passion for Master John in this interview and his excitement about the free global call with Master John Douglas LIVE from Sydney on September 28th at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET.  For call-in information for that call, click HERE.

Dr. Hartnett also mentions the October 27th video events featuring Master John Douglas to be held at over 30 locations around the globe, is available for registration HERE!

For more information about what drives Dr. Hartnett's life --Master John Douglas and all that he does for the world, go to

To read more about Dr. Christopher Hartnett, click HERE.

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