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Positively Incorrect! with Scott Cluthe -Mallika Chopra & Justine Toms

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LOVE Cafe with Scott Cluthe

LOVE Cafe with Scott Cluthe


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Join former Sirius Satellite daily tak show host Scott Cluthe with two guests this evening. First, Mallika Chopra,author,mother and co-founder of www.Intent.com, the powerful new global Social Networking site that brings forward our intent for change and transformation, shares with Scott her Intent for this new electronic site for balance, health and more. With blogs, features and news from around the globle from a variety of voices such as Larry Dossey and many more, www.Intent.com is hooked into the pulse of the planet for Good. Then, Justine Toms, co-founder of New Dimensions, the media becon that is know for thought and mind changing radio for decades, has authored a new book. Small Pleasures: Finding Grace in a Chaotic World. In it Justine finds that there are five pieces of advice that have consistently served her over the years. They are five insights that have firmly supported her like stepping stones as she crossed the ever changing, chaotic stream of my life. 1) The wisdom of keeping one's mind and heart open. Remaining ever curious about the world. Being open to new questions. In order to nourish the gift of imagination we must remain alive to new and wondrous possibilities. 2) Being active socially and politically by serving others in some way, but, without driving ourselves crazy. It is important to able to anchor oneself in the world with some spiritual practice, or time for introspection, while we continue to be involved and sharing our passions in all of the different layers and levels out in the world. It is analogous to breathing in (one's spiritual practice) and breathing out (one's outer activity in the world). We need the balance of both. 3) Using nature and animals as teachers. Listening beyond the human voices that so dominate our world. 4) Developing a strong sense of community through circles of "friends of the heart." 5) and finally to celebrate fiercely. Scott talks with Justine how applying these life principals have helped gu