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Join us today for an hour of inspired conversation with Sharon White from Australia. Books are a good source of inspiration and can help us getting started on our personal path. When we find a connection with our own experiences, we can be 'turboed' into expressing our truth with the help of books and stories.
Exploring our own stories and those of people in our community is a great way to keep traditions alive and to connect with all the wisdom and knowledge we are part of.
When we set out to heal and make this intention clear, amazing things start happening in our lives. We meet the right people, things fall into place for us and we start soaring. Healing comes in many different ways, and we can pick and choose from a variety of tools that are right in front of us. The internet gives us access to global communities that are like-minded and support us while we walk - it is up to us to follow our hearts and find the connections that ignite our sparks.
in Self Help
Reading From Children Books Part I.
Would You Care To Read?
Join Omi in a Fun-filled Hour of Reading With Her Guest.
And The Little Children Shall Lead Them!
Featured books that will be read are:
Wolf by: Becky Bloom Illustrated by Pascal Biet
Growing Like me by: Anne Rockwell, Illustrated by Holly Keller
Colors Around Us by: Eugene & Evelyn Winslow,Ilustrated
by: Sherman Beck
Building Partnerships with Education, Business, Industry, and the Community.
This is the most important show I have ever done!
We have accepted the psychiatric story that virtually all of our children are mentally ill or disordered. Tonight we examine the section of the DSM that describes the many so-called disorders of childhood including Oppositional-Defiant Disorder, Learning Disorders, Attention-Deficit Disorder, Separation Anxiety Disorder and Reactive Attachment Disorder. The mental heath industry has successfully fostered the idea that drugs are often, if not always, the superior method of "treating" these problems and have turned our children into legions of little addicts. We have as a society convinced our children that they are failures if they are not super achievers in school and do not make the "right" college. We have successfully implanted the idea in millions of youngsters that any and all of the adults who are not their familiars are potential kidnappers, sexual perverts and otherwise dangerous to their interests and to be avoided at all costs. Increasingly our children see their society as a hostile and dangerous place to live in. Most importantly, we will examine the truth of the story now suffocating America's young and what we might do about it.
LOOKING BACK AT THE LAST INNOCENT AGE
"It's the place you'll always call home. The place you run to --if only in your memories-- when you've lost your way and your compass can't find True North" --Craig Daliessio "Remembering America: Looking Back at the Last Innocent Age" is a wonderful, sentimental, humorous, and emotional journey that takes one last look at the childhood of the last of the Baby-Boomers and their little brothers and sisters. If you grew up in the 60's and 70's, you'll fall in love with every story. The images are sweet and reminiscent of a different time...and what most would say was a better time. Author Craig Daliessio chronicled these wonderful stories during his own time of turmoil and homelessness after losing his career in the collapse in 2008. The memories, and images and words became his refuge during the most difficult and desperate time in his life. In his own words-"The only stories that didn't make me laugh with their silliness, were the ones that made me cry with their poignant sweetness. It was such a great time and a great period in America. My neighbors were my family and my friends and I walked together into adulthood with a bond that my own daughter will never know. I set out to simply chronicle the past in an effort to get a new grip on the future. What I wound up doing was revisiting the best time of my life and an America I miss more each day." It's an engaging, wistful, wonderful voyage to a sweet place in the hearts of those who were lucky enough to have grown up in "The Last Innocent Ag
The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids:
In The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids, Maureen Healy tackles the subject of indigo children from a whole new vantage point: energy. Aimed at healers, stay-at-home moms, and parents who are struggling to understand the unique qualities of their indigo children, the book covers such topics as: How indigo energy works, How indigos heal, The keys to indigo success. You will learn to see indigos from an energetic perspective—how they think, how they make decisions, what they need, how they heal, and what triggers them the most—as well as how to get them back on track, prevent meltdowns, and, ultimately, see them succeed.
The Energetic Keys to Indigo Kids is a groundbreaking book that reveals how these new children operate in the world. You’ll learn more about your child’s energetic system, including how his/her chakras operate differently. Along with this insightful information, Maureen also provides practical tips based on her real-life work with indigo kids worldwide. She shares how to help them manage their energy better, heal from emotional upheavals more completely, and create more harmony in their lives.
This month it's just me! Upcoming screening of "The Tablet Shorts, Out!", news on the documentary, and other chat.
Stories from the brainreels is our time to share real stories about real brains.
This show highlights the stories, arts, and activism, and advocacy of folks with brain injuries and other disabilities. It's not a show about medicine, research or rehabilitation. We want to know how you explore day to day life with brain injury. And we want to use our stories to connect with the larger disability community.
in Self Help
Many Adult Children of Alcoholics feel stuck, lost, afraid, resentful and frustrated by their circumstances. Because they were raised by inebriated, denial based caretakers--they were denied a healthy mirroring of Self-Love, Self-Appreciation, and Unconditional Love for Self.When your caretakers deny you the nurturing you deserve, you go through life feeling as if you are ill--wrong--broken--and stained. The wounds these feelings create are deep, and shatter a child's much needed sense of safety. The ability to trust Self is lost, as the child presumes the angst within--is something he/she deserves.
Future adult relationships all stem from the programmed dysfunctional perceptions of ones childhood. ACoA's often times attract into their experience partners who are very much like one of their caretakers. Because all beings attract what they know--even if what they know is dysfunctional--until a being becomes truly AWARE of that which is unconsciously driving all of their conscious decisions as adults--life cannot unfold happily.
Here we explore what it means to make that which is unconscious conscious--so to heighten our understanding and thus awareness of Self.
As awarness of self is expanded--so to is the love of self--for as one will ultimately learn here--we ACoA's were never not enough,we are not our pasts, nor our dysfuntional thoughts.
Lisa A. Romano
With European banks on the brink of insolvency, the CEO of the World Bank, tries desperately to negotiate a Chinese buyout to prevent an unstoppable run on European banks…and fails…
In London, World Bank analyst Myles Saldana is entrusted with a mysterious computer file just as commandos break in with guns blazing to prevent the data from leaking…
Saldana’s file could derail the last hope to contain Europe’s financial meltdown, except he doesn’t know who is pursuing him, or why they are so willing to kill…
…To ensure a bailout so toxic that the body count continues to rise, with Saldana caught in the cross hairs between an unthinkable salvation and certain global financial Armageddon… Show more Show less