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On Todays Poetic Vision, We'll be talking to Yves Messer an artist who paints portraits and also has a blogspot. Yves has done paintings of Kate Middleton and Steven Hawking among many others. We will be talking about his artwork and blogpot as well as his experiences with autism and life in the military. links- http://ymesser.blogspot.com/ http://messerportraiture.co.uk/ http://messer-art-design.com/#
Naosherwan Anzar is the editor and publisher of the periodical magazine Glow International (formerly The Glow), which he has been publishing for 47 years, launched under spiritual master Meher Baba's direction in 1966. Strongly committed to preserving, documenting and sharing the story of Meher Baba's life, he established The Beloved Archives, a non-profit, tax-exempt foundation in Hamilton, New Jersey. He grew up in a family of Parsi-heritage lovers of Meher Baba in Dehra Dun, India, and experienced several meetings with Meher Baba while still a young man. Naosherwan will give us an authoritative account of the rich tapestry of Meher Baba's life.
Guitarist Andrea Razzauti releases his label debut project on Woodward Avenue called "Front Street." Produced by Paul Brown it features the legendary Patti Austin, labelmate saxophonist Elan Trotman, keyboardist Greg Karukas and more. Andrea is also an amazing painter. Check out his beautiful artwork at www.andrearazzauti.com
This week, we have a "Double Feature". We're announcing our next Crystal Quest to Arkansas, and telling the story of the Atlantean coded crystals there. Lavandar will tell you how you can find the Star Markings in your chart that tie you to the Grand Design of the Crystal soul groups they form.
We'll also be talking to Katherine Keilman about her new book," Paint to Remember". Through Visionary Artwork, Katherine helps people in their spiritual awakening. Colorful sketches relevant to current needs of the client promote personal shifts for growth.
In 2000, Katherine became a massage therapist and began seeing old, forgotten trauma in her clients. After an auto accident, while healing her body, she began her spiritual healing journey and started mentoring with other healers. In 2006, she began working as a massage therapist, massage therapy instructor and continuing education provider. The massage therapy work evolved and she began offering energy healing that released stuck emotions in the meridians and other grids in and around the body. In 2011, Katherine realized that some of her experiences might help others in their personal journey. Her book, Paint to Remember, offers insight into some of her own past lives that caused issues in this lifetime. This book is intended to encourage you to consider that blocks might be related to trauma of other lifetimes. Each chapter describes the journal writings of individual healings and the problem that is resolved. Some chapters offer a potential future … a deep desire that might be manifested in the space that has been cleared. Check her website: http://www.katherinekeilman.com
At the top of the show, it's the Starseed News segment with Anastasia, covering topics of interest to starseed.
On this week's episode of Slasher Studios Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Steve Goltz will be discussing their favorite horror movie posters. Slasher posters that were a cut above the rest! Also tthey will be announcing the winner of the Don't Go to the Reunion poster contest. Find out what artwork YOU picked as the slasher favorite. Show starts Monday night at 10PM central.
To vote for your favorite Reunion poster:
Host Pia Louise gets an opportunity to talk with Artist and Illustrator, Elizabeth Kirby-Gaither. Let's find out more about her passion for painting and illustration. Elizabeth is an extremely talented artist who has been cultivating her talent throughout her life. One of her most recent projects is the illustrations for a children's book, "RAELYN'S SHADOW' by Teresa Willoughby.
Her paintings are vibrant and alive with color and symbolism. Tune in to listen as Elizabeth shares her thoughts, inspirations and what's coming up next for her and her artwork.
To view some of her joyful artwork visit the Willingboro Library, Willingboro, NJ June 3- 28th. Elizabeth will be at the Willingboro Library to meet and greet you Sat. June 8th at 2p.m.
Elizabeth also has an upcoming event at The Spiral Bookcase in Manayunk, PA. this August.
This week on Women Warriors (Wed, May 29 at Noon ET) our special guest is Tracy Crossley. Tracy wears many hats: writer-for-hire, intuitive coach, artist, marketing maven, rugalah royal, social media savant, entrepreneur extraordinaire, public speaker, clairvoyant, trusted friend & mom. She will discuss the topic of “How to make relationship work.”
Tracy’s diverse background began in the world of one-sheets and magazine ads where she worked in the family pre-press/printing business. She then spent several years in marketing & sales management, working with companies such as Dimensional Impressions, Cox Auto Trader, VMS, and TMP Worldwide in positions where she handled training and management, new business development, strategic planning, and deal closing. She put her marketing, publicity, & event-planning skills to work as the Festival Director of the World Animation Celebration. Her entrepreneurial spirit led her to create two companies, which she ran & operated simultaneously: Mad Media, where she monopolized in marketing, and Mad Batter, where she reigned over rugalah, creating delicious and inventive cookies.
Tracy studied neuropsychology at Charter Oak State College. And if that isn’t enough, she paints & writes too. She sells her artwork and is writing not one, but two books.
Tracy’s current time is spent developing more public speaking opportunities. While pursuing so many interests and career paths in life may be unthinkable for some, it's her diverse background and varied life experiences that make her uniquely qualified to speak and offer guidance. She has three beautiful kids who are hugely devoted to her and is also featured in the November 2012 edition of Law of Attraction magazine.