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Join Constance and her special guest Mr. Richard Schultz – Coach, Spiritual Mentor and Healer. (www.wisdomways.net) Richard shares how to learn to surrender, trust and allow life to happen to you. You will also acquire insight into how to let go of control, trust and receive the gifts that you are learning from your current experience. You will enlarge your knowledge into how move through the dark night of the Soul and turn it into a growth experience. Lastly, you will discover how to write and tell a different story, create a new vibration and manifest your best life.
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Hilarie Barry will be talking about her mission to, along with her husband Joe, talk about the courageous decision to share their story of infidelity. She will be talking about the pain of discovery, the emotional rollercoaster of partner betrayal and PTSD. She will also be sharing with Carol the Coach the realization and understanding that her husband wanted to get well, and he needed her help! Together they have helped men and women struggling with sex addiction betrayal and they have shared these life lessons to give marriages hope.
Full moon lunar eclipse in Sagittarius ?? The Nodes have shifted and are now in Gemini ?? and Sagittarius ?? And Mars is traveling to spend far too long with Aries.
We will discuss the current events and trends happening on Earth that are taking their cues from the cosmic energies above as we all dance upon the stage of life.
Join Astrologer, Anne Ortelee and Soul Alchemist, JeMaja Selas, as they explore what's going on above and Planet Earth and how it shows up in our personal and professional lives.
We welcome questions and comments: DM us via Instagram @TheAstrologerandTheAlchemist. We sometimes broadcast using Instagram Live.
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Repeat show about how to find the right polygraph examiner.
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Dr. Dinorah Nieves (aka Dr. D) is a behavioral scientist, personal development coach and consultant for OWN's "Iyanla Fix My Life." She works with clients across the country, providing tools to become healthier, happier and more productive by shifting their thoughts and behaviors that block them from leading fulfilling, balanced lives.
Iyanla Vanzant, Dr. Dinorah Nieves and Rodney A. Scott recently created a public service initiative called #OneSingleWord, a consciousness campaign and movement, inspiring change through the power of a single word! They’re partnering with the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) to spread the word. To join in, take a photo of yourself holding a piece of paper that has on it, one word that motivates and inspires you... and post it to your social media using #OneSingleWord.
Dr. D, who has been featured on national television, provides research-based advice and insightful commentary in her lifestyles blogs featured in the Huff Post and Sivana East. She is the author of LOVE YOU - 12 Ways to Be Who You Love and Love Who You Are; LOVE YOU - The Latina edition and LOVE YOU - The Workbook. Visit https://onesingleword.com & www.dinorahnieves.com.
Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna. Visit www.americameditating.org.
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Are you kind to everyone but yourself?
In today's special guest's book, Out of Love: Finding Your Way Back to Self-Compassion, Marianne Ingheim, a doctoral student researching self-compassion, shows you how—and why—to be as kind and compassionate to yourself as you are to others.
Marianne Ingheim knows what it means to face adversity and tragedy. Raised in a rigid religious household, depression and anxiety were constants in her life. Diagnosed with breast cancer, she underwent a double mastectomy at 41. After that her husband, whom she had decided to divorce, committed suicide. These challenges prompted her to probe her own psychological patterns and coping mechanisms.
She soon realized that her brutal inner dialog and lack of self-compassion were under-recognized sources of suffering. They undermined her ability to face tough circumstances and made her feel as though happiness—even when life took turns for the positive—was out of reach. She committed to self-compassion, collected and customized a number of exercises to practice it, and saw changes in almost every area of her life. “What’s so amazing about self-compassion is that I can be the container for myself, taking care of me even when the world around me seems to be falling apart,” says Marianne.
Marianne Ingheim is a Danish-Norwegian American writer, teacher, and PhD student at the California Institute of Integral Studies.
Sheldon Williams has experience in both military and public service. He has served a total of 18 years in the military first as a combat medic in the Army then transferring to the Air Force National Guard where he served as an Emergency Management Specialist. Additionally, he has served as a public servant for 21 years. Although his primary discipline was in law enforcement, he has distinguished himself as one of a few individuals who has certifications in all areas of public safety to include fire, hazmat, and EMS. As a police officer, he became a subject matter expert in tactics and explosives and was a key team leader Pittsburgh's SWAT team and the Bomb Squad. He retired in 2011 to pursue his call to ministry by serving as one of the Administrative Pastors at Allegheny Center Alliance Church and is now the Homestead Campus Pastor. Sheldon joins John to discuss his views on the recent kililng in Minneapolis and state of race relations in the church and society.
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Riverside, California is lucky to have teacher, coach and neuroscience (and consciouness) fan Shay Sun. For the past few years, he has been teaching coaching skills and neuroscience concepts and tools to peer leaders, as well as using them in his own teaching. Join us for a fun, rich, dynamic interview with this amazing teacher and human. Shay will share with us some of his ideas for what young people need, and how we can support them based on the brain and consciousness.
Quote...Ernest Holmes said...The action of the LAW never changes, but the direction of the action is always up to us.
Why not me?
The action of the LAW never changes,but the direction of the action is always up to us.
Every day we engage in a world that's ripe for tagging with infinite...WHY NOT ME FOR EXAMPLES OF GOOD.
The good. etc.
I claim the good. etc.
I allow the good. etc.
I allow examples of good. etc.
Why not me...etc.
The action of the law never changes, but the direction of the action is always us to us...E. Holmes
Every day we're challeged with 'WHY NOT ME?" Every day offers visual opportunities to play the exciting game of TAG...
Justice for George- Part II
Last week, you heard my thoughts on the tragic murder of George Floyd. '
Today, I’ll be discussing my thoughts on the subsequent protests, riots, looting and overall destruction we’ve seen around the country as a result.
LIVE RECORDING of “The Dedan Tolbert Show…
The Original Urban Podcast”
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