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I feel being mindful of any situation, whether within us or our outisde environment is important to have a good life. As well, compassion for myself & others helps to keep peace of mind. These topics are explored in this program, for the beneficial of what I need to learn; maybe it will be helpful for you as well.
The purpose of this channel is to assist humanity in learning how to apply the teachings and wisdom of Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha. Many are searching for the deep love, forgiveness, compassion and light with which the Divine Channels offer their teaching and guidance. They will need the practical techniques but will return for their love, forgiveness, compassion, and light.
Master Peter Hudoba is a leading Worldwide Representative of Master Sha. He has dedicated his life to supporting Master Sha and the divine mission, serving in any way the Divine chooses for him. Currently residing in British Columbia, Canada, Master Peter has had special interest throughout his life in martial arts and Asian energy healing systems, including Taoist, Buddhist, and Raja Yoga. He served for eight years as President and CEO of Sha Research Foundation.
Master Peter’s book, My Soul Enlightenment Journey with Master Sha, can be a model for transformation for any spiritual being.
As a Worldwide Representative of Master Sha and a divine servant, vehicle and channel, Master Peter travels worldwide to teach and offer soul healing and enlightenment.
“I Am Somebody” is a spiritually nourishing book by poet/author Frances H. Kakugawa - that is also likely to be healing for people who lack the words to describe their caregiving experiences, both past and present, and the range of emotions that accompany those experiences.
Her message is a powerful one: Despite all the demands and burdens that caring for someone with dementia entail, the bottom line is never to forget that person’s humanity. The care recipient may no longer have the memories, abilities and personality that he or she once did, but there is a soul within that body that responds to and is deserving of love and compassion.
What the world needs most is your kindness and compassion, but how do we cultivate this into our hectic, daily lives? Mother Mary will not only talk about how to incorporate these random acts of kindness and compassion, but will take your questions, as well!
Host Samarah is an internationally known channel for Mother Mary and many other ascended masters. "Mother Mary and the Masters" is an opportunity to hear from Mother Mary and other Masters who will offer perspectives and wisdom on everything from global issues to family dynamics to help you create the miracles that we are here to share.
You don't have to go it alone...tune in and see if “Mother Mary and the Masters” can lighten the journey for you! Mary Elizabeth Co-Hosts.
Being hard on ourselves because of what we deal with in the cleft and craniofacial community might come very easily to us. Why? Because there are some internal emotional patterns that make us believe we are not good enough, beautiful enough or just plain "enough" to live joyous, free and happy lives. This is not an isolated occurrence. Have you considered being more compassionate with yourself? It might be the greatest gift you ever give your heart and spirit. In this week's "CleftCast," host Joe Rutland discusses the timeless topic of compassion and how we all can send ourselves a little more heartfelt love each day. Download "CleftCast" at iTunes, Blog Talk Radio and Stitcher. Remember: Every minute counts ... and you are loved.
Recognizing and honoring boundaries is key for healthy relationships and performance. Regardless of whether we are the one setting the boundaries or are subject to them, compassion is a major & key element in boundaries. As usual, we'll start with a brief talk & meditate to practice doing it.
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Good morning, good morning, GOOD morning!!! What a beautiful, Thursday morning it is, at least where I am. Cold withstanding, the sun is shining brighter than it was allowed to yesterday. There's more snow on the ground, just enough to say, wow, it really snowed, so that's okay. But anywho, today's topic is, COMPASSION, and what an on-time topic this is. The world has seemingly chopped off the "com," and we've been left with nothing but passion, and that's not always a good thing. People are passionately, killing one another, passionately, betraying one another, passionately, becoming more and more, self-absorbed, so there's plenty of passion going on, we just need to add "com" back in front of it. All it would take is a simple act of kindness, a small gesture of reaching out, when one is in need, something that would put a smile on the recipients face, and leave a lasting impression. The fact that so many are in need of emotional support, spiritual support, mental support, as well as financial support, and feel as though no one cares, shows that the world is running low on compassion. Let's put the "com" back in passion, and passionately reach out to someone in need. As always, if you'd like to leave a love offering, please do so, through http://www.paypal.com, using the email address, email@example.com, or visit my website, http://theredhawk1967.wix.com/stwrhtheshow, to acquire my life-advice services.
Compassion and Common Sense on KCAA Mon, May 19, 2014
Compassion and Common Sense on KCAA Mon, May 12, 2014
Compassion is a key motivator of altruistic behavior, but little is known about individuals’ capacity to cultivate compassion through training.
Now, through a recent scientific study, we've learned that it's possible to become a more compassionate person by training your brain.
Researchers from the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconson-Madison's Waisman Center found that engaging in compassion meditation -- where you practice feeling compassion for different groups of people, including yourself -- seemed to increase a sense of altruism.
"It's kind of like weight training," study researcher Helen Weng, a graduate student in clinical psychology at the university, said in a statement. "Using this systematic approach, we found that people can actually build up their compassion 'muscle' and respond to others' suffering with care and a desire to help."
Helen Weng is our guest this week on the Voice of Leadership, sharing more about this study and our ability to become more compassionate human beings.
Compassion and Common Sense on KCAA Mon, Apr 28, 2014
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