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Kay is honored to welcome back Catriona MacGregor, M.S., D.D. for a second interview! In this hour, she will share with us her wisdom on winter – its spiritual meaning, implications for us, practical tips and guidance – so we can live to the fullest as Mother Nature intended. Catriona is an award winning author, an authority on global environmental initiatives, and a vision quest leader among other prestigious accomplishments. http://www.naturalpathfinder.com/ Her first interview on June 7, 2012 is still in the archives.
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Partnering with Nature won a Gold Medal in the 2011 Nautilus Book Award. Catriona MacGregor shares this prestigious title with such spiritual pioneers as His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Caroline Myss, Gary Zukav and Dr. Andrew Weil. Catriona joins Kay to illuminate us with her scientific and spiritual wisdom, to inspire us on the benefits of working with nature for our health and well-being. This will prove to be a fascinating hour!
I am a wife, mother, and believer.
I am an eating disorder survivor, who makes art with words and paint.
I have two books coming out, this year and next, on the eating disorder journey. The first is 'Chasing Silhouettes: How to Help a Loved One Battling an Eating Disorder' (Ampelon, 2012), and the second, co-authored by Dr. Dena Cabrera, is 'Mom in the Mirror: Body Image, Beauty and Life After Pregnancy' (Rowman and Littlefield, 2013).
My first book, 'Save My Children: The Story of a Father's Love,' was published by Castle Quay Books in September of 2008.
I am represented by Sandra Bishop of MacGregor Literary. I also serve as a volunteer counselor through FINDINGbalance and am a Navigator with the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA).
I am a monthly columnist for the Christian Courier, arts feature editor for TS Poetry, regular contributor to A Deeper Story, and a paid contributor to The High Calling. A former associate editor, ghostwriter and staff writer, I have written for Christianity Today (Kyria), Christian Week, Faith Today, Adbusters, Geez, The Anglican Planet, Focus on the Family, Christian Courier, and In Touch, in addition to having served as copy editor for the Christian Courier.
In May of 2012 my news story for Faith Today, "Parents Forgive their Child's Abductor," took first place in the Canadian Church Press Awards. According to Judge Mark Bourrie, "This is a very moving piece. The sense of joy, hope, faith and forgiveness that comes through simply grabs the heart. An inspiring story. Wierenga captures the terror of every parent's worst fear and tells how the parents of Kienan Hebert's faith never wavered in spite of the tremendous test that it faced. Told with sensitivity, care and skill. "
The Thomas Loop Radio Show will feature tracks from three world class guitarists - David MacGregor's Jazz Fingerpicking, Jamie Holka's Groove Sound Filling Fingerpicking and the precision Fingerpicking Style of Adam Rafferty. An interview is possible from either of these three incredible musicians.
They will be performing live in Niagara Falls, New York - USA - at The Evening Star Concert Hall - 8808 Niagara Falls Blvd, this Saturday - November 16th, an 8pm start.
Tough Talk with Tony Gambone with his guests Carmen M. Herrera & Lawrence Agresto
There are over 30 million good reasons to lace up your sneakers and join the American Liver Foundation’s Liver Life Walk Houston on April 26th at MacGregor Park. Help support the 30 million Americans who suffer from liver disease and be part of the solution to find new treatments and educate people about staying healthy. With snacks and entertainment, this 5k or 1k walk promises to be fun for all ages. For more information and to register or donate, please visit www.liverfoundation.org/walkhouston
Lawrence Agresto is a licenses MFT with a certification from UC MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco in Sex Therapy. I have written a book HERE WE GO AGAIN SECOND EDITION on the effects of unresolved issues and the coping skills needed to both understand and make sense of symptoms as well as achieving the skills to make choices that are in one's best interest.I have shared personal experiences to make the book more interesting,understandable, and human.I have about 500 additional credits past my MA in psychology.I found that non-organic sexual difficulties had underlying issues such as fear of intimacy,control,guilt,abandonment,trust,anger, control freedom, rejection, loss, and invalidation.
Larry Agresto was a single father for ten years before he remarried in 2004. On May 20, 1995, Larry became a single father literally overnight. His wife Jody and the mother of his two daughter’s Lauren age 12 and Julia age 8, was rushed to the hospital on Thursday night and pronounced dead on Saturday morning. She had not been ill, so these turn of events were both a shock and tragedy for Larry and his daughters.http://www.singledadswithheart.com/
Tuesday 02-18-2014 at 10pm EST/ 9pm CST
Humans are Blind -A Discussion on Aleister Crowley-
Hosted by Brett Pachmeyer on Stay Bold Radio
Aleister Crowley, born Edward Alexander Crowley, and also known as both Frater Perdurabo and The Great Beast, was an influential English occultist, mystic, ceremonial magician, poet and mountaineer, who was responsible for founding the religious philosophy of Thelema. In his role as the founder of the Thelemite philosophy, he came to see himself as the prophet who was entrusted with informing humanity that it was entering the new Aeon of Horus in the early 20th century.
Born into a wealthy upper class family, as a young man he became an influential member of the esoteric Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn after befriending the order's leader, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers. Subsequently believing that he was being contacted by his Holy Guardian Angel, an entity known as Aiwass, while staying in Egypt in 1904, he "received" a text known as The Book of the Law from what he believed was a divine source...... tune in for more info!
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Hope42Day interviews authors, musicians, inspirationalists and "Hope Ambassadors" from across the globe. Please join us Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 2pm CST when Host Lynn Kindler interviews, Author and Nature-Based Coach Catriona MacGregor A bridge builder between nature and humankind, Catriona MacGregor helps people develop connections to the natural world that add richness to their lives and support them in creating meaning, a sense of place, and ultimately aligns them with work that positively impacts the world.
Catriona offers vision quests and nature based coaching to help people meet their unique path and live more fulfilling lives. She is also the founder of Awen Grove, an international non-profit dedicated to bringing the inspiration and wisdom of nature to benefit people’s lives and the Earth. Through this foundation Catriona offers youth quest nature adventures, support for outdoor education programs, and scholarships. Catriona’s believes that strengthening the connection between people and nature will lead beyond personal fulfillment to social prosperity, a bountiful natural environment and ultimately, global harmony.
Interested in the ways in which nature can help us survive? Want to know more about how we can live to better life in harmony with the spirituality found in the natural world?
Catriona MacGregor, author of Partnering with Nature, believes that the natural world has been neglected as our lives become more and more complicated and that we need to get back to our roots in order to achieve true health and well-being.
Tune in to Sound Health Options Radio this Sunday, May 23rd to hear Sharry talk with Catriona MacGregor about her new book can help us reconnect with Mother Earth.
With the classic recordings “Baby Why” and “What Kind of World” the legendary Jamaican harmony vocal group The Cables secured their place in music history. It was in 1968 when the group rocketed to stardom when Clement “Sir Coxsone” Dodd took them into Studio One recording studios. Founded by lead vocalist Keble Drummond, along with harmony singers, Vince Stoddart, tenor, and Elbert “Stewie” Stewart, baritone, the Cables brought with them the lyrics and the upbeat, lilting melody of “Baby Why”. The tune was a sensation on the Jamaican sound system circuit before being released on Coxsone’s Studio One label where it soon established itself as the number one hit on all charts for four weeks. Also recorded on the same session was “What Kind of World,” a Vince Stoddart composition.
Coxsone continued as The Cables’ producer, and the result was a long string of consistently strong tracks. The Cables first LP, “What Kind of World”, released in 1970, is a compilation of their Studio One achievements. Since then the album was re-released on Heartbeat Records in 1987 and is now a steady international seller in CD format. “Baby Why” is the first track on Heartbeat’s sought after “Best of Studio One” disk, and “What Kind of World” is featured on Heartbeat’s “Full Up, More Hits From Studio One”. The tunes are entrenched in Jamaican music consciousness as the rhythm tracks have been revitalized by dee jays such as Dennis Alcapone and Prince Jazzbo, as well as other vocal groups and singers, including the Gladiators, The Mighty Diamonds, Freddie MacGregor, Sanchez, Morgan Heritage and Barrington Levy.
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When you experience a death of a loved one, everyone has a version of how you should act, what you should do and how you will 'handle it'. While the event is similar the responses are very individualized. There really are no perfect answers nor are their any magic wands to wipe away the pain and suffering that all go through. And then, what will you do when you are on the other side of grief? How can you go on and pull yourself together to enjoy the life you are given without guilt or despair?
My guest today is Cynthia MacGregor, author of Good Grief who will share with us her personal experiences. Crying, regrets and a funeral are just a few of the topics we will be speaking on and just how do you handle the memories? Can you put memories away? How to honor everyone and bring a celebration of each individual in life and after death will be touched on this hour.
No one will escape having a death of a loved one and no can fly through the event without having some scars. We are talking about this because some people will take the event and allow it to take their life days left here on earth as a token of pain to carry.
Life is precious, be with it, move through events and learn how to keep going. We have your back, we can hold you up and we can support all your feelings, that is how we do it.
Lori is a Christian recording artist, worship leader and women’s ministry speaker. A survivor of sexual abuse that thought for many years because it was no longer happening, that it no longer affected me.
Michael became an author alongside building a successful career in feature film publicity, but his passion to create stories with suspense, laughter, and heart is not his only love. Michael also volunteers for Meals on Wheels in Southern California, as well as aids in his local area's capture/spay/neuter/release program.?
Cynthia is an author of over 100 published books (54 conventionally published, the remainder e-books, NONE self-published).not only am I not a college grad but, having had health issues that dated back to my teen years, I found it necessary to drop out of high school just a few months short of my graduation.
Janet is a social media specialist for a major car company; I write blurbs for the company’s online newsletter. In addition, every other Tuesday, I co-host the radio talk show “Aspects of Writing” along with the show’s host, James Kelly, and fellow co-host, Dana Micheli. I have currently authored two books. My first novel, The Secrets of Time.