A Podcast to Align Ancient Wisdom with Modern-Day Action

Hosted by Heather Mizeur, Maryland’s best-known voice for progressive activism, Soul Force Politics is a podcast that teaches heart-centered mindfulness to strengthen our democracy and soften our political divides.  Our soul’s force for good in the world should guide our civic actions.

This podcast offers new tools and inspiration to build a social justice movement rooted in love.  Mizeur connects intimately with her guests, often with surprising revelations. Their conversations span a variety of topics that intersect at the crossroads of policy advocacy, spirituality, social justice, and community relationships.

Soul Force Politics teaches non-violent resistance, honorable leadership, and successful civic engagement.  It works to eliminate the illusion that we are separate by rejecting “Us” vs “Them” tactics in recognition that we are all connected as ONE. 

Profiled by National Public Radio’s “The Big Listen” As An Up-And-Coming Podcast to Add to Your Queue:

“The interviews are not your standard political fare because Mizeur isn’t your standard (former) politician”

029 — The Pulse Legacy: Love Always Wins (Part 2)

We end our first season of #SoulForcePolitics with the release of a special two-part series dedicated to exploring the healing power of love to conquer hate in the aftermath of the tragedy at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando.  Two years ago this week, forty-nine...

028 — The Pulse Legacy: Love Always Wins (Part 1)

We end our first season of #SoulForcePolitics with the release of a special two-part series dedicated to exploring the healing power of love to conquer hate in the aftermath of the tragedy at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando.  Two years ago this week, forty-nine...

024 — Warren Berger, author of “A More Beautiful Question”

Today’s guest is former New York Times journalist Warren Berger, the author of the provocative book, “A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas.” Explore with us the power behind one of the most underappreciated tools –…

021 — Dr. Martine Rothblatt: A Genius Mind and a Noble Heart

Today’s guest is a truly remarkable genius, tenacious innovator, and creative problem solver. She also happens to be one of the kindest, most generous, and caring humans I have met. If you have never heard Martine Rothblatt speak of the many ways she has...

019 — Sarah McLachlan ~ “World On Fire,” Find Your Voice!

The melodious and angelic sounds of Sarah McLachlan's voice have sold more than 40 million albums, launched a successful women's Lilith Fair concert series, and garnered three Grammy's and twelve JUNO awards to honor her work. McLachlan has a knack for...

016 — U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) On How To Be a Good Mensch

Our guest today is Maryland’s senior United States Senator, Ben Cardin. He’s often referred to around the state as, “My friend, Ben.” While he has the common man’s touch – probably one of the most humble and approachable members of the elite U.S. Senate –...

012 — Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III (D-MA)

Today’s guest is none other than the young man many are beginning to call “The next President Kennedy.” Representing the 4th Congressional District of Massachusetts is Joseph P. Kennedy III. This year, when the Republican leadership was bent yet again on...

010 — Congressman Andy Harris (R-MD) & Gun Control

GOP Congressman Andy Harris and Heather Mizeur have polar opposite world views, but in the aftermath of our country’s most recent mass shootings, Heather reached out to see if they could at least try to find some ways to break through the divide on gun violence,...