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    A look at Forgiveness - The Other F-word, with Psychotherapist, Kim Honeycutt!

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    IForgiveness is one of those things - a love/hate relationship of sorts. How do we forgive when we can't seem to? Are certain acts unforgiveable? Do we make the mistake of focusing on forgiveness for others, while withholding it from ourselves? How do we protect ourselves when we are attempting to forgive chronic, abusive behavior? Who is forgiveness for? How do churches mess up the concept of forgiveness? What does Jesus have to say about it? And what's in it for non-Christians?
    Kim Honeycutt has a mental health ministry in North Carolina that focuses on shame, blame, and guilt issues that people suffer inside and outside of churches. She knows first hand that forgiveness is a process, one that can benefit from a better understanding of what forgiveness is really about and what it defintiely isn't about!
    Please join Co-Hosts Debbie Chisholm and Kendall Heath as we wiggle and wriggle through a tough show on forgiveness with our resident Psychotherapist!
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    Chemjobber on the air, with Dr. L.C. Campeau

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    Hear from Dr. L.C. Campeau, process chemist and chemTweep. 

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    Live Episode - New products, October observing report, November observing

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    Getting back to doing some LIVE episodes. Tonight we are going to be covering my observing report for the month of October, of course we will be discussing new products, and wrapping up this episode with recommended objects for the month of November. 
    All this and MORE, on this episode of At The Eyepiece. 

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    MyNDTALK - Employment Options 2017 - Dr. Tracey Wilen

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    MyNDTALK - Employment Options 2017 - Dr. Tracey Wilen
    Dr. Tracey Wilen is a researcher and speaker on the impact of technology on society, work, and careers. A former visiting scholar at Stanford University, she has held leadership positions at Apple, HP, and Cisco Systems. She was an adjunct professor for Bay area colleges teaching classes in business, technology and women's workforce topics.
    Dr. Wilen has authored 11 books, including, Employed for Life, 21st. Century Career Trends (2014), Women Lead: Career Perspectives from Workplace Leaders (2013) and Society 3.0: How Technology Is Reshaping Education, Work, and Society (2012)." Today she discusses employment options/opportunities in 2017 - what career path is best suited for YOUR personality?

  • 00:48

    Ann Betz: The Neuroscience of Liberals and Conservatives

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    Are the brains of conservatives different than the brains of liberals? Voice of Evolution Radio's guest is the acclaimed Ann Betz, of BEabove Leadership.
    Ann Betz, CPCC, PCC, CNTC, is the co-founder of BEabove Leadership and an international speaker and trainer on the intersection of neuroscience, coaching and human transformation. She is the co-developer of BEabove Leadership’s popular training program for advanced coaches: Neuroscience, Consciousness and Transformational Coaching, currently available in the U.S, Canada, Europe and China. Considered a true thought leader in the field of neuroscience and coaching Ann recently completed a white paper on the neuroscience of the ICF competencies and also served as the neuroscience consultant to The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) for many years.
    A certified professional coach for 15 years, Ann is the author of a groundbreaking white paper on brain research and coaching. She contributes to Choice Magazine, ICF Coaching World, Coaching at Work, the International Coach Federation’s and CTI’s blogs. She is also the lead author of Integration, the Power of Being Co-Active in Work and Life (John Hunt Publishing, 2015), an exploration of how neuroscience supports the use of coaching skills in day-to-day life and leadership for greater effectiveness.
    Ann is engaged in groundbreaking work on the future of coaching, exploring the limitations of our current thinking and proposing a new model of human development which stands on the shoulders of what the profession has learned in the past 30 years and expands into new and exciting spaces from there.
    Linda Lombardo hosts. 

  • 00:41

    Richard Stallman and The History of Open Source & Free Software, Pt. 2

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    In 1998, a group of people broke away from the Free Software Foundation and created instead the Open Source Initiative. What were their motives? Richard Stallman, the founder of the FSF, and Tim O'Reilly who helped popularize the term 'Open Source' discuss the history of Open Source & Free Software.
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    Frank Mcmanus from Australia is going to DEMONSTRATE LIVE ON AIR that ALL PHYSICS IS USELESS. 
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    Frank McManus is a regular guest on the Out of Darkness, Into the Light TALKSHOE call with Dave Eager. You can listen to Dave and Frank speak here: llluminati Monotheism Programming, Flat Earth = Tier 2 Illuminati Propaganda, & the Coming Pristine Cosmology https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujsAO-B2LC4 

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    A Story of Politics, Shame, Fear and the Search For Unlimited Power

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    If the title of this episode sounds like someone you might know you are probably right. One of the more overlooked emotions in psychology and the genesis of what might be termed pathological behavior is shame. Shame is a powerful, intensely painful emotion that emerges when indviduals feel that other people, particularly those important to them, hold them in contempt and disgust. Shame is one of the emotions that shapes the moral norms of a society. When we experience intense shame we try and hide, wish we were invisible and could disappear. We tend to escape shame by conforming to the social demands put upon us by fulfilling the roles that define identity. In males shame can play a very powerful role in defining what it means to be a man among other men. (I will leave for another time the role of shame in the development of women.) In our society being a man very often demands success as a sexual being and as a competitor in sports, the economic marketplace or perhaps politics! Difficulties can arise if a child is held as failing social demands to be a successful man and can do nothing to escape from constant shaming. Boys perceived by significant adults as not being smart, athletic, good looking, or successful enough might well grow up to feel intensely ashamed of their very being. Under certain circumstances such children might well spend their lives fearing any judgments or criticisms that would arouse shame and develop personalities geared to avoid shame at any cost. Such individuals might define economic success in which no amount of money is ever enough. It would not be enough to win at sports but these individuals would find it necessary to humiliate opponents. Bullying others, bragging about sexual exploits and shaming others might well be central to their identities. The search for power would be endless and exhausting.  

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    Violence & Phenomenology I

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    Please join us for a phenomenological exploration of violence.

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    Can the Autism Epidemic Be Stopped?

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    Kent Heckenlively is a science teacher, an attorney, and a founding contributing editor of Age of Autism. During his undergrad years at St. Mary’s College, Heckenlively worked for U.S. Senator Pete Wilson and was the school’s Rhodes Scholar candidate. In law school at Golden Gate University, he was a writer and editor of the school’s law review, spending his summers working for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in San Francisco.
    In the summer of 2010 and 2011, Heckenlively attended the Teacher Research Academy at Lawrence-Livermore National Laboratories, spending eight weeks in a virus lab investigating the expression of micro-RNAs in a monkey model of Ebola infection. Kent is also a member of the Compass group, a consortium of autism parents, leading scientists, and philanthropists in Silicon Valley looking for answers to neuro-immune diseases.
    Heckenlively served on the Executive Council of the San Ramon Valley Education Association for several years and was the Health and Safety Committee Chairman for the teacher’s union, representing more than 1,600 educators, therapists, and psychologists
    In the fight against chronic diseases, Kent finds great wisdom in the strategy used by Nelson Mandela in South Africa. Mandela believed the change could only come about when one engaged in satyagraha, a Buddhist concept which insists on speaking the absolute truth, while at the same time practicing ahimsa, a commitment not to harm those who might be your adversaries.

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    Wellness, Wholeness & Wisdom: Psychologist Parthenia Izzard CNHP & Gregg Braden

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    Tonight, 2/15//2017, Host, Psychologist, and Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner Parthenia Izzard, talks with, Gregg Braden, author, The Divine Matrix: Bridging time, space, miracles, and beliefs.  Join our Newsletter. Get quick wellness help! Blood Type Specific Products! Parthenia’s a Your Tango Expert! BLOG
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