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Sister Jenna welcomes Psychologist & Educator, Diane Tillman to the America Meditating Radio Show to discuss Values Education, mindful parenting and Oprah Winfrey's docu-series on Belief and Spirituality.
Diane Tillman enjoyed working with young people and their families as a school psychologist for 23 years in Southern California. One of the creators of a global values-education initiative, Living Values Education, she has authored 15 resource books on values education, and circled the globe numerous times to do seminars in more than 30 countries. She has done values education seminars for UNESCO, educators, educational organizations and street children agencies, at universities, schools and retreat centers, and in refugee camps. She recently wrote a mindful parenting guide, “Nurturing with Love and Wisdom, Disciplining with Peace and Respect.”
As a meditator with the Brahma Kumaris for 34 years, she finds people of all ages enjoy and benefit from inner stillness, peace and love. Diane’s deep personal interests are the process of transformation and helping create a better world for all. Visit www.livingvalues.net.
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Today we will explore stated values and lived values. What happens when they become out of sync and how to get back on track
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During this show, you will hear from Dr. Pam Love's special guest, Dr. Mark Anshel, Full Professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology, at Middle Tennessee State University. Dr. Anshel will discuss why we do things every single day that we know are bad for us but keep doing them and why it is so hard to stop and do the "right" thing. Dr. Mark Anshel's Disconnected Values Model has helped many people shift their behavior and take action that aligns with their values.
Today's show will help you address some of the things that keep you stuck and move forward to do those things that are in your heart.
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Kevin O'Rourke from Community Values Magazine. Community Values is a proven successful direct mail vehicle for advertisers & is extremely popular with consumers because it has been designed for consumer acceptance and advertising results. For more informaiton please visit their website at http://www.communityvalues.org/
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On tonights show we are joined by Richard Barrett, an author, speaker and internationally recognised thought leader on the evolution of human values in business and society. He is the founder and chairman of the Barrett Values Centre. He is also a Fellow of the World Business Academy, Member of the Council of the Centre for Integral Wisdom, Honorary Board Member of the Spirit of Humanity Forum, and Former Values Coordinator at the World Bank.
Richards work over many decades has created a process that brings to our awareness how much we Value the things we most want to experience in life and that if we consciously chose to focus on creating those values in our life, we can transcend the conflicts and suffering of egoic existence for a heart-based, joyful and fulfilling experience of life in each moment. Imagine a a values-driven civilisation, fully aligned to experiences that which leads us to thrive in every way!
Join Tammy Anahata, Amy Brimicombe and Chris Hales as we explore the potentials of making a conscious free-will choice of a life based on what you value...
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Cultural appropriation is a sociological concept which views the adoption or use of elements of one culture by members of a different culture as a largely negative phenomenon. What is it about and how can we avoid it. I think it is time we discuss this at length. If you’re Katy Perry, for example, you believe it’s A-OK to don corn rows and gel down your baby hair, put on some long fingernails and so-called sassy mannerisms with a “blaccent” and slang to portray how you believe certain black women behave and speak. But when you do it, as a white artist, you perpetuate a long legacy of white cultural theft—in addition to bypassing all the racist and misogynist insults those black women must contend with on a daily basis. That includes being called “ghetto” by white (and other) people, typecast as a welfare queen or otherwise told that your natural hairstyles and expressions are inferior and unwelcome. These are symptomatic of slavery and segregation in America and, yes, this really still happens every day. And it’s cultural appropriation.
As writer Tamara Winfrey Harris expertly notes over at Racialicious, it’s the oppression that causes the intense offense that many people—mainly white people—seek to explain away rather than critically question.
Johnathan of the Meskwaki Cultural Center & Museum. He runs the historic preservation department for the Sac & Fox tribe of the Mississippi.
The Meskwaki are not well known in popular culture, but they have been well documented in academic circles. This tribe, almost single-handedly brought down "New France". They rejected attempts towards being Christianized (including an attempt by Dr Charles Eastman to convert them in 1897) and going to boarding schools. They rejected the "no dancing letter" of 2-24-1923 which attempted to suspend Pow Wows, by hosting a big Pow Wow event that attracted 3000 Iowans a day. Very amazing history! Ask Johnathan to talk about this. Thanks!
Demonologist Jerry Williams covers Exorcisms and Deliverance and expelling Demons. What was the history? Where did it come from? and What are the views of cultures and Church Doctrines on this subject.
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Tune in as Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) and hostess of "Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio" interviews southern soul blues artists, Jeff Floyd for "Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Awareness Month." Jeff Floyd will be the featured artist for the "2nd Annual Juke Joint Jam" during the Heritage Days Celebration on historic St. Helena Island, SC. Jeff Floyd is a native of Jacksonville, FL in the Gullah/Geechee Nation. Tune in as these two southern musical artists discuss the roots of soul music and the upcoming celebration.
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Dr. Mark H. Anshel is professor emeritus at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee (USA). Dr. Anshel received a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Illinois State University, a Master of Arts degree from McGill University (Montreal) and a Ph.D. from Florida State University (Ph.D.) in performance psychology. Dr. Anshel has 140 research articles published in scientific journals, and numerous books and book chapters in the areas of sport psychology, exercise psychology, and coping with stress. His books include Applied Health Fitness Psychology, Applied Exercise Psychology: A Practitioner’s Guide to Improving Client Health and Fitness (2006), and Sport Psychology: From Theory to Practice (5th ed.). Dr. Anshel has worked as a consultant for the Murfreesboro Police Department for six years in the areas of wellness and stress management. In more recent years of his career Dr. Anshel has developed, validated (in several journal publications), and authored research articles and book chapters on the Disconnected Values Model. The model posits that people are motivated to change their unhealthy habits when they identify an inconsistency, or “disconnect,” between their unhealthy actions and their values (e.g., health, family, faith, integrity, happiness, among others). Behavior change is more likely when the long-term consequences of maintaining unhealthy habits – maintaining the disconnect – are acknowledged and viewed as unacceptable.
His work with skilled athletes, law enforcement, and highly successful corporate clients over the years indicated a clear need to reexamine our culture’s tendency to recognize success without acknowledging, even celebrating, failure as an integral part of achievement and success. To winners, failure is a gift.