• 01:48

    The Complexity of Race, Color and Identity

    in Culture

    Join hosts, Dr. Culbreth & Dr. Jung-Kim  for a discussion titled "The Complexity of Race, Color and Identity. 

    Topics include:

    New show format
    Identity Issues
    The Facebook message and posting attacking Black women possessing dark skin
    Staying in your lane
    Complexity Magazine 

  • 01:03

    "Complexity" New Zealand's Fine Wine

    in Wine

    Join Mary E. as she explores "Complexity" Fine Wine from New Zealand. Recently, Mary E., attended a roof-top wine tasting event at Brixen Ivy, Chicago. The event was hosted by Complexity Fine Wines, New Zealand. The wine experienced by Mary E. and sister Marissa, while "up on the roof," will be the focus of the show.  Music provided by ArtSees' musical friends from NZ, Adam Greenwell and Tommie Brewster.  Special thanks to Stef Schwalb. The following winemakers/wineries were represented at the event: 

    Matt Dicey, Mt Difficulty Wines 

    Rudi Bauer, Quartz Reef 

    Blair Walter, Felton Road 

    Craig Erasmus, Amisfield 

    Clive Weston,  Nautilus Estate

    Blair Gibbs , Spy Valley

    Clive Dougall,  Seresin 

    George Geris, Villa Maria Estate 

    Alistair Soper, Highfield Estate 

    Ben Glover,  Mud House Wine Group

  • 00:42

    Complexity: Public Enemy #1

    in Politics

    Complexity... is it the culprit for all this divide? How can two opposite parties both present irrefutable "evidence" when stating their cases? If we start by simplifying everything then there's a chance that we might be able to actually communicate with each other rather than just choosing the side with the most aesthetic appeal.

    Is it a classic case of "The Emperor Has No Clothes"? Or is it much much worse than that?


  • 01:01


    in Education

    We will discuss how to analyze and resolve complex issues.

    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Chicken and Vegetable Fajitas, and the "adventure" recipe will be Pasta with Peas and Ham.

  • 01:01

    Turn on the Lights! The Complexity of Shame & Disclosure

    in Lifestyle

    Fear is the reason we wear masks and why many of us are only naked in the dark. Unfortunately shame is not covered under Obama care and that is the purpose or life work we are here to do while we have this time on the planet. Shame diminishes are truth telling ability, we lie to one another and we lie to ourselves. All that we do is based on either love or fear. Shame is fear and the more we are able to combat the fear that lives inside of us, the more opportunity we have to be motivated by love. Love is Freedom from judgment and shame and concealing our most vulnerable selves or what we see as imperfections is one of the many ways we have learned to navigate this dog eat dog world but it doesn’t have to be that way. We can live in fear live in our shame and remain hidden in the dark and never make love with the lights on. Or we can make a personal commitment to work on our own fear and shame, combat it with love and acceptance wear a little less of the mask each day stepping out of the dark and closer to the light until we feel the Sun shining on our full selves reflecting the essence of our truth to the world.

    Join us on Sunday, July 20th at 1pm EST, as we discuss removing the shame in our lives to fully disclosing who we really are in this world. Would love to have you a part of this dialogue, so call (646) 915-9198 to chat with the co-hosts. 

    Not just alive but living...


  • 01:59

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Wednesday, December 10, 2014th broadcast day with Sándor Szabó, pronounced “Shandor”, Minister of Music at The Reformed Church of Bronxville. "To serve in a church community is not simply a job for me, but rather an expression of my faith and fulfillment of my gifts." We'll explore the complexity the attributes his education and international travels present to meeting those challenges and if the demands are greater as Christmas embraces our daily routine.

    At about 11:00 a.m. we pivot onto the national and international news arena to delve into their telling and the rational being their talking place.

    Hezi Aris is your host today. 

    Your participation in the show is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic. Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/

  • 00:31

    Empathy & Telephathy How it effects us all

    in Spirituality

    This next talk radio episode comes through inspiration by a generation that is extreamly senstive to this ever changing world. With the world growing and shaping so fast we must grow to full conscious awareness. Now is the most essential time that we learn to ground our true identities into reality; so we dont loose sight of the reason we came to earth and incarnated for a reason. Have you been feeling more and more energies lately? Such as dreams? Do you feel the pain in the world? Are you in an intellectual rut? Seeking information that can give you as much information as possible? ar eyou having family problems?This is normal.

     Many of us have been living in illusions for safety. But in reality the only illusion is fear. When we realize that FEAR is our greatest weakness we will be able to understand the complexity of our existance and who we are. This Talk radio pod cast will discuss types of negative feelings and what is associated with them in our empathy.

    Such as:

    -Other people feelings                                                                                                                               

    -Worldy conditions

    -Attached Spirits

    We will also discuss what to do, to purify our spirits and questions from our callers.


  • 01:02

    Discover Your Signature Voice to Master Your Leadership Presence

    in Self Help

    People are drawn to and influenced by leaders who communicate authentically, connect easily with people, and have immediate impact. So how do you become one of them?  How can you learn to “own the room”?

    Join us with our special guest Amy Jen Su, co-author of  the Washington Post best seller and Harvard Business Review Press book “Own the Room: Discover Your Signature Voice to Master Your Leadership Presence”.

    According to Amy Jen Su and Muriel Maignan Wilkins, leadership presence is the ability to consistently and clearly articulate your value proposition while influencing and connecting with others.  Learn how to own the room no matter where you sit in your organization.

    Amy Jen Su is Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Isis Associates, a leadership development firm that has coached and trained thousands of leaders on areas of leadership presence and executive endurance critical to a leader’s success. Amy has a proven track record helping leaders to build vision, voice, and followership while sustaining their personal best amidst organizational complexity and change.

    Amy has written on leadership and communications for the Harvard Business Review and Huffington Post blogs, Leader to Leader magazine and has been interviewed by a variety of media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Spirit Magazine, and Newswire.FM.

    Amy holds a MBA from Harvard Business School and BA in Psychology from Stanford University, graduating from both with honors and distinctions.

    For more information on Amy, Isis Associates, and to purchase “Own The Room”; visit her website at www. Isisassociates.com

  • 00:34

    Escaping The Minds Illusory Imagination Machine & Realise the Truth of Reality

    in Spirituality

    The Mind is a Consciousness Rabbit Hole

    A Principle of Mind functioning is to create Illusions by force of Imagination.

    The Illusion of Imagination and the TRUTH of Reality are an Entalnglement of Gigantore proportion... How do we get a Sane and Effective Approach to dealing with it without being an "Einstein " ourselves? 

    In other words, how do normal people, like you and me, deal with this level of our reality and do it without overwhelm? Being a mystic and student of mysticism seems to just take you deeper into the complication of its complexity. This gets harder to manage your life and Spirit realities as a Oneness.

    Is there another way that advocates appropriate wisdom and power to do this with ease and not just becoming another victim of diluting what needs to be done?

    Join us, Sharon Quinn and Will Gable 

    A direct approach through the illusions of a cloudy imagaining world is necessary. Listen and Discover how SIMPLE it is when you got the grounding of the bottom line.


  • 01:55

    Astrological Boot Camp

    in Spirituality

    Join us as we get back to basic on some long-forgotten concepts. There's a difference between astrology that works, and astrology that works only marginally. The astrology we use is harder and more complex, but it's worth getting to know. In this episode we discuss some of the most basic considerations in astrology. Listen and discover that there's nothing basic about the basics at all. Complexity spills from the pores of the universe. But Stephen & Steve do their best to break it down. This show's considerations: Aspects, Signs, Houses, & Sect.

  • 01:10

    Senseless Hate, With Rabbi Yossi

    in Spirituality

    We once again welcome Yosef Yitzchok Serebryanski to broadcast, who is known simply to his friends as “Rabbi Yossi.” Behind that simplicity lies a complexity of understanding and analysis of Torah and creation that brings joy and warmth to those who immerse themselves in his teachings. A true friend and confidant to thousands of people who turn to him weekly for guidance and wisdom, Rabbi Yossi is renowned for his compassion and open heart to all who enter his scope. During this broadcast Rabbi Yossi interacts with us regarding senseless hate, with some of the following questions being addressed: (1) What are some of the reasons hatred can come about? (2) Why do people not care about real truth and instead focus on imaginary truth that is man-made? (3) Why is the sound, music, chanting, etc., that people hear so important? (4) It is true that people hate that which they do not understand? (5) Should we try to reason with people who have baseless hatred? (6) It is possible for a person to choose to leave the cycle of senseless hatred and return to reason (and true freedom)? (7) Often when a person feels abandoned or rejected the result is hatred rather than sorrow. Why do you feel this is the case?

    Rabbi Yossi is a major force in his general community. He is on the governor's committee of New York Rising to decide how spend 12 million dollars from the governor of New York in the community as well as connect with other government agencies to make a resilient community. He is part of a committee of NYC Planning from the mayor of New York for Canarsie, being co-founder of Canarsie Strong that deals with all issues of Canarsie to make it a resilient and self- sustaining community and is also Co-founder of Canarsie Blooms, creating the first public organic garden in the community. Rabbi Yossi's website is <http://www.revealingthesoul.com/>.

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