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Dr Jubb will keep you on the edge of your seat with more information on Atlantis and the connection to today. Continuing our information about "Superizing" food. Why does anything have to be super? Why not just lifefood - food with life force energy. Why not just be self? Not a higher self or a lower self? What is the connection? "Whole brain functioning", a topic that gives insight into behavior and connections with neurology. Waking up the mind through "I awareness", going inside, balancing our emotions. It becomes a lived meditation; a way of living. How does sound effect our consciousness and level of vibration. The vestibular system and integrated, congruent behavior. How does this associate someone to a subject matter or disassociate someone from a subject matter? What are the benefits and perils? And updates on any information on Andreas Moritz death Call in to ask Dr Jubb any questions on these topics and others. GUEST CALL-IN (858) 815-2300 or toll free GUEST CALL-IN (877) 904-1630 Email your questions to DrJubb@DrJubbRadio.com Official Websitehttp://DrJubbRadio.com/ Like Dr. Jubb Radio Facebook page here for updates! https://www.facebook.com/Dr.Jubb.Radio Show Twitter https://twitter.com/DrJubbRadio Online broadcast at 9pm EDT. – 6pm PDT
Eventually, every man, woman and child must die. Death is such a horrible time. It signifies the end of a cycle never again to be renewed. Sometimes I feel as though I will live forever, but I know that it is just a matter of time. When a person dies, lives are irrevocably changed forever. But the question is, "Do we really die?"
At the core of human existence, are we really immortal? On my next show I will explain to you that there is more to a human being that we can see. Death is just an illusion.
Jim Beaver and the Down & Dirty Radio Show are bringing you yet another slam packed episode with some of the biggest names in off-road and action motorsports. Guests today include World Rallycross Championship driver and frontrunner Andreas Bakkerud, Trophy Truck driver and King of the Hammers competitor TJ Flores, and media personality/model/snowmobile racer Dani Medin. On the results side we'll have full coevrage from TORC at Sturgis, WRX in Canada, MX from Unadilla, and Surfercross. #GameOn
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This week Hank and Nash unfortunately discuss the death of Robin Williams. An icon, adored by the world, and fondly remembered as a funnyman, childhood friend, teacher, hero, role model, and more importantly, a genuinly good person.
Listen, and hear how Nash and Hank personally felt, and discuss some of Robin's films
Discover • Manifest • Transform!
In light of the recent passing of Robin Williams, and so many others, we felt this show topic would be timely and of interest to our listeners.
Join us as Rob and I venture into the topic of physical death. We will explore the experience of energy transition, the affect upon those left behind, and its affect upon the 3rd and 4th dimensional energy fields.
Do join us for this "down the rabbit hole" discussion! Please do call in and share your personal experiences around the death experience, you never know whose heart you will touch with your story. We love to hear from you!
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Guest Host Ellyn Dye talks with The Rev. John W. Price, B.A., M.Div.Born Corpus Christi, Texas, 1938 Graduate, St Stephen’s Episcopal School, Austin TX, 1957 Graduate, the University of Texas, (Plan II) B.A.’61, history and psychology majors; the Virginia Theological Seminary, M.Div. ’64; and the Pecos, New Mexico, Benedictine Monastery’s School for Spiritual Directors, ‘85.All courses of the US Army Chaplain School ’66-‘91.Episcopal priest since 1965; served churches in San Antonio (4), Austin (20), and Spring (8), Texas, 1964 -‘96 Retired as Staff Chaplain, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Texas Medical Center, 2004 (7 Years) Chaplain (Colonel), Texas Army National Guard, (retired) ’65-‘95; Retired as State Chaplain of the Texas Military Forces. In retirement, Pastoral Associate at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, Houston, Texas, and Chaplain, F.B.I., Houston Region Member, Spiritual Directors International, Member, International Association of Near-Death Studies Pastoral Consultant, Near-Death Experience Research Foundation Member, American Center for the Integration of Spiritually Formative Experiences Faculty, the diocesan institute to train spiritual directors, F.IND.Frequently presents lectures, retreats, and workshops in spiritual formation & direction and Near-Death Studies Sailor - sailing since ’71, Licensed as Captain, skippered 40 and 45 foot sailboats a total of 6 weeks in the Virgin Islands, 1 week sailing the southern islands of Croatia; woodworker; photographer; computers; expert with rifles & pistols Author, Revealing Heaven: The Christian Case for Near-Death Experiences. HarperOne, San Francisco, Feb 19, 2013. www.crsradio.com 661-467-2407
Whatever you call them in whatever region you live in there is a story of a paranormal noise that precedes someone's death. Ireland has its Banshee's, Samoa has its Death Clicks, whistling ghosts from the UK, etc. Join in on our show and explore the possibilities and curiosities of the paranormal.
Today we would like to talk with our audience about a sensitive topic.
We would like to approach our audience with the title, " Death, how to talk to your teen?"
I sought the internet for resource material to help us through our lost.
http://adapp.org/wp-content/upload/GUIDE.pdf listed a short guide for parents.
I highlighted some of the info. We would like to share what we have learned. The guide starts with:
HOW AND WHAT TO TELL THEM?
It’s best to tell the truth.
Provide accurate information about the death and the circumstances surrounding it. Be as
truthful as possible about the facts. Remember, teens cognitively understand the nature of
death as adults do. Respect their knowledgeand developmental stage. You don’t have to
give all the details, but ask the adolescents if they have any questions. If they do, answer the
questions to the best of your ability!
Dealing with reactions
We thought it was a wonderful passage to remind parents that we do not deal with death in the same way.
Teens may seek their parents, Teens may seek friends, Teens may choose to be alone or have erratic behavior.
Some choose to act out while others take time to show symptoms of their feelings. Its best to monitor them close, talk freely about the death, and support them through grieving process.
Getting More Help
A doctor, school guidance counselor, or mental health organization can provide assistance and recommendations. Also look for books, websites, support groups, and other resources that help people manage grief. Parents can't always shield kids from sadness and losses. But helping them learn to cope with them builds emotional resources they can rely on throughout life.
Several events in recent months in the United States have raised the question of whether or not the death penalty should continue to be allowed as a form of punishment in America. Some states have said that it is becoming more difficult to obtain the drugs used in lethal injection. In Arizona, Oklahoma, and Ohio, there have been 'botched' executions -- where the person sentenced to die was not killed in short order according to procedure. These cases garnered a lot of media attention and renewed calls for the death penalty to be abolished. There have also been cases where a person on death row has been found innocent of the crime they were put there for. In fact, a recent study determined that at least 4 percent of all people sentenced to death are actually innocent.
Currently, there are over 3,000 people on death row in the United States. Can you imagine what it is like sitting on death row? Waking up every day in a cell knowing that each minute that passes puts you closer to the time when your life will be terminated by a lethal injection or an electric shock? Can you imagine living every day with a countdown ticking in your mind?
You might shudder at the thought of that kind of existence. However, every person born into this world is sentenced to die. We are all under a death penalty. The Bible says in Hebrews 9:27, "It is appointed unto men once to die." Whether you want to accept it or not, your life -- and the life of every person alive -- is slowly winding down to a point of termination.
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