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When it comes to soul crafting as it relates to intuition, healing the wounded Self is an important action to take to enhance intuition. The wounds we carry cover or mask the soul. The soul speaks to the us through intuition. Heal the wounds and you open communicative channels for intuition to have a louder, stronger voice to guide you with.
Tune in live for Hex Education, an irreverent Witchcraft radio show featuring your hosts, Warlocks Christian Day and Brian Cain. For this segment, we'll be speaking with Practicing Witch Ember Grant, author of The book of Crystal spells and Magical candle Crafting. Tonight we will be discussing Crafting Magic in our everyday lives, Call (347) 308-8731 with questions for the guest and be sure to join us in the chatroom where you can interact with other listeners!
Crafting for relaxation is a booming industry—just walk into your local fabric or craft store and you will see all of the wonderful gadgets, supplies, and tools available to give us that “me” time that centers us so well. But what happens to those crafts once they are made?
In this episode of The Mind to Homestead, hostess Kristi Stone shares how she went from seeking relaxation through creating wonderful–and useless–items to crafting practically for her homestead, using each item she makes, and gaining that “centered” feeling all the while. Tune in to hear Kristi on The Survival Mom Radio Network.
Coach Cafe' is thrilled to welcome Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon!
Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon, M.A., is an interfaith minister, spiritual director, workshop and retreat facilitator, and author of six books including her latest, Crafting Calm: Projects and Practices for Creativity and Contemplation.
In 2000, Maggie Oman Shannon founded The New Story, a coaching and consulting business focused on helping people create deeper meaning in their lives. The former editor of three national magazines, including The Saturday Evening Post, Oman Shannon also served as Director of Marketing for the Institute of Noetic Sciences. In addition to being a certified life coach, she completed the three-year training program of the Spiritual Directors Institute at Mercy Center in Burlingame, California. A graduate of Smith College, Oman Shannon also holds an M.A. degree in Culture and Spirituality from Holy Names University. She is an ordained interfaith minister who graduated from Manhattan’s One Spirit Interfaith Seminary in 2010. Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon currently has the honor of serving as Spiritual Director of Unity Spiritual Center of San Francisco. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and 10-year-old daughter. Learn more about Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon- www.maggieomanshannon.com
When you think about health, wellness and beauty, it's not just about physical excercise, eating right or wearing make up that's natural...being healthy, well and beautiful also means doing something that's good for the mind, body and soul.
MARLENE CAT joins our IN THE MIX web radio HEALTH, WELLNESS AND BEAUTY series to talk about crafting and how it feeds her mind, body and soul and explains the love and compassion of making things by hand and how that is the essence of small business in this country.
See Marlene's work Saturday November 9, 2013 Craft Faire
10:00am - 3:00pm
Christ Luthern Church
28850 S Western Ave
RPV, Ca 90273
(Across from the Terraces)
Visit Marlene on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/268205883196590/
Put down the Prozac and Pick Up a Project!
As we become increasingly dependent on technology to make our lives easier, we lose the ease and find ourselves angst, overwhelmed and unaware.
There is a quiet revolution going on wherein people are choosing to live "handmade" lives. Artisans and everyday crafters are finding a renewed satisfaction in making something with their own hands. The physical and mental benefits in handwork bring about contemplation, serenity and mindfulness.
Using a potpourri approach, Maggie Oman Shannon demonstrates that you can "craft the craziness" away for calm, clarity, comfort, contemplation, connection wtih others and/or spirit to reflect and commune within and with the God of your understanding.
Creativity is a spiritual journey. By immersing ourselves in a creative activity, we can quiet those voices around and in us and enter into the stillness that characterizes prayer and the "house of love". Whether cooking, sewing, knitting, gardening or scrapbooking, your intention to create space to do so is all that's needed and the beneftis are as active as sitting in a church monastery.
Whether you call yourself an artist or craftperson, or neither, we are all creative and through art- and craft-making, we can commune with the soul and the Divine. From the ingredients of everyday life we can find the tools to create a spiritual practice
Tynicka Battle and Liz Nickles discuss how to craft the perfect tagline for your business
Top 5 ways to identify the ideal tagline:
1. Keep it simple, but most importantly, keep it short (2-5 words)
2. Address your customer's needs
3. Be unique (say what your competitors are not saying)
4. Stay away from trendy phrases or buzz words (keep it colloquial)
5. Make sure it sounds GREAT! Does it roll off the tongue?
Just Do It
Betcha Can't Eat Just One
I'm Lovin' It
There is a growing debate that maybe taglines are obsolete. http://www.adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/death-tagline-152255
Most parents today say they don’t have work-life balance. In this interview inspirational speaker Dr Robyn Mills (www.RobynMills.com.au) and parenting expert Dr Rosina McAlpine (www.DrRosina.com) discuss 5 steps to crafting and living a life you love and offer positive parenting advice.
Key 1: Take time to re-evaluate your life
Key 2: Have a clear vision for yourself and your family
Key 3: Make your changes small, incremental and systematic
Key 4: Be OK with mistakes, setbacks and become resilient
Key 5: Enjoy and be grateful your life every day.
When we focus on the wonderful positive things in our lives we are less likely to feel anxious, depressed or defeated. Seeing the positive helps us feel good about our lives and see a bright future.
We are creatures of habit and changes take time to become embedded in our life – especially if we’ve had bad habits like saying “yes” to everything when we really mean “no”! Be kind and pick yourself up and keep going! Having a buddy (friend, partner, child or other family member) can really help keep you stay on track.
Come join us and learn more about going from a life that’s Ok to one that makes you shine – you owe it to yourself and your family!
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Join Paul Lawrence Vann as he hosts author, Keith C. Holmes who shares his incredible book, "Black Inventors Crafting 200 Years of Success.
Keith C. Holmes is goign to provide a behind the scenes look at black inventors and how their inventions make our daily lives better each day.
Mr. Holmes book documents quite a few inventions, patents, and labor saving devices conceived by Black Inventors. This book provides insight on Black inventions from around the world.
Keith C. Holmes introduces inventions, both past and present that balck people invented and patented globally and multiculturally. There is no other book like this one and that's why listeners should tune in to discover more about Black Inventors Crafting 200 Years of Success.
Tune in, listen in and call in with questions at (877) 404-1615 or join us in the web chat room: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paullawrencevann
Radio Enso is back with all new episodes beginning Monday, August 4th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern when I welcome serial crafter, blogger, and maker Elise Blaha Cripe. She joins me to discuss discuss like as a maker and a creative. Her speech at #wds2014 was a favorite of many attendees for her message that each of us can and should take our passions and turn them into income. Elise will share tips for how she’s done just that as well as her own life journey and what she’s got on tap, project-wise!
About Elise Blaha Cripe: My name is Elise. I live in San Diego, California with my husband Paul and baby girl, Ellerie. I have been blogging since Christmas day 2005. And I started a blog for the same reason everyone does... I thought I had something interesting to say. Over seven years later and I am still typing away. For better or worse, this makes blogging my longest running hobby ever. And it's the one I would most like to keep.
Amidst the falling in love, deciding to make a lasting commitment bits and cross-country military moves, I kept blogging. And kept crafting. Soon my blog and my shop became a business that allowed me to forsake all other day jobs and just do this.And "this" is a bunch of little stuff. I sell rubber stamps & books. I teach workshops. I was honored and thrilled to design the Seafoam kit for Project Life. But really, my focus is on this blog. I work really hard to develop original, creative and honest content.
For more information, visit http://www.eliseblaha.typepad.com.
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