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Kathy will be interviewing Rosemary Marchetta about Harmonic Doodling. Rosemary will explain exactly what Harmonic Doodling consists of, as well as the benifits it offers, such as entering the void where all creations stem from. Find out how you can begin Harmonic Doodling- An approach to instantly creating a state of ease and harmony using a pencil, paper and your own imagination! It is a simple process of drawing rythmic, organic shapes with your attention focused on a paricular sound or tone. http://harmonicdoodling.blogspot.com/
Whether doodling in a notebook or drawing in the sand, stream of consciousness drawings are windows into the intuitive self. Inside every simple mark lies visual imagery with the power to open us to solutions and answers, heal the past and increase our empathetic sensing.
Author Elaine Clayton joins me to empower you to tap into your creative self for growth and inspiration through the intuitive language of drawing.
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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Steven Walker of http://www.electroninks.com/ to talk about Circuit Scribe. It allows creating circuits as creative and easy as doodling with a conductive silver ink in a ballpoint pen.
Kickstarter Link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/e...
Dawn DeVries Sokol is an author, book designer, lettering illustrator, and an avid doodler and art journaler. After seven years of art directing magazines, she decided to design books from her home studio. Dawn designs coffee table books, gift books, cookbooks, and kids books, and my design work has been included in Print’s Regional Design Annual 2002 and also has been recognized by many industry publications and organizations.
In 2008, Quarry published her first book, 1000 Artist Journal Pages: Personal Pages and Inspiration, which she also designed. Her second and third books are Doodle Diary: Art Journaling for Girls and Doodle Sketchbook: Art Journaling for Boys.
Dawn teaches art journaling and doodling workshops at retreats and online. Her DVD workshop “Art Journaling: Pages in Stages”, is available from Cloth Paper Scissors and Interweave Press. Her articles about art journaling and doodling have appeared both in print and online magazines and websites.
Art Doodle Love is Dawn's latest boo
Learn how to use automatic writing for your own healing & communication with the other side, and even with your higher self. Alice will explain how her Intuitive Spirit Art developed after years of automatic writing & doodling, and how it is now used during readings..
Messages From Beyond® with Twin Soul spiritual psychic mediums, Dennis and Alice Jackson, is a show where people will feel comfortable being with others of like minds.
Today, we're in for some fun! Karen with Autism Empowerment Radio is interviewing popular Aspie cartoonist, Matt Friedman, creator of the cartoon series, blog and book, Dude, I'm An Aspie.
Matt was looking for a clear and fun way to explain his Asperger's traits to others so back in 2009 he created, Dude I'm An Aspie as a way to help friends and family understand where he was coming from. His cartoons are funny and relatable. His humor speaks well to those with and without Asperger's.
Matt Friedman is an autism advocate, cartoonist, writer, and nonprofit fundraiser/marketer. Since 2009, he has authored the blog "Dude, I'm An Aspie," depicting life with Asperger's syndrome with honesty and humor.
Matt self-identified as an Aspie in his mid-thirties. Recognizing his obsessive doodling in elementary school had been a special interest, he returned to drawing after 20 years. The first "Dude" cartoon was his own disclosure of Asperger's to friends and family.
With a Master's Degree in Guidance, with 25 years experience and 20 years as a Specialized Handwriting Analyst, Edith Namm has a lot of wisdom to share. Add that to the fact that she is an 86 year old author and tonight's show is more then unique !
Her new book is titled, Change To A Positive Mindset and Extend Your Lifeline.
Words are the roots for all your thoughts. What you think affects what you believe. What you believe affects your attitude. Your attitude influences how you act. How you act influences your relationships with others. Words generate positive or negative emotional energy It takes one word- positive or negative- a fraction of a second to affect your emotional state of well-being and bio-chemically change your heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and digestion. Change to a Positive Mindset introduces you to 11 Winning Ways to Positively Energize Your Brain and Body. Learn the write way to train the brain to drain the pain caused by emotional stress.
Practice PEP (Positive Energy Power) Aerobics- safe, simple, self-help strategies that positively energize your brain and body and empower you to be healthy and happy from sunrise to sunset.
Adopt the Ideal Ways to Boost the Immune System.
See how doodling 2 dots and a curve is the way to go to relieve your stress from head to toe.
Read and recite the Motivational Text Messages.
Read and recite the PEP One-Liners that positively replace Toxic Negative Thinking.
Read the inspirational poems that provide solutions to life's challenges.
Discover the Food/ Mood connection- the chemical/ emotional energy connection.
Discover the color energy connection to your mood, food, clothes and environment.
Tune in to the power of musical energy to heal what ails you.
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Your attitude influences how you act. How you act influences your relationships with others. Words generate positive or negative emotional energy. It takes one word a fraction of a second to affect your emotional state of well-being and bio-chemically change your heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and digestion.Change To A Positive Mindset introduces you to 11 Winning Ways to Positively Energize Your Brain and Body.The Write Way to train the brain to drain the pain caused by emotional stress. Practice PEP (Positive Energy Power) Aerobics, self-help strategies that positively energize your brain and body and empower you to be healthy and happy. Adopt the Ideal Ways to Boost the Immune System. See how doodling 2 dots and a curve is the way to go to relieve your stress from head to toe.Read and recite the Motivational Text Messages.Read and recite the PEP One-Liners that positively replace Toxic Negative Thinking.Read the inspirational poems that provide solutions to life's challenges.Discover The Food/Mood Connection -- The Chemical/Emotional Energy Connection. Discover the Color Energy Connection to your mood, food, clothes and environment.Tune in to the power of musical energy to heal what ails you.Have endless fun with the word game activities that positively activate the brain.
Jonathan Gould, author of Doodling, Flidderbugs and Magnus Opum, talks to the Book Bloggers' Collaborative about his writing and what 'dag lit' really is.
Book Bloggers' Collaborative: http://bbcoll.com
Magnus Opum: http://amzn.to/Jw8kkH
Sixteen-Year-Old Author Rachel Coker makes her young adult debut with a riveting historical romance book set during the Great Depression and WWII Era
While many teenage girls may have been doodling in their notebooks, daydreaming about their high school crushes, or hanging out at the mall, 16-year old Rachel Coker wrote a novel that may be remembered for decades-a romantic narrative set during the Great Depression and World War Ii era. Now a published author, Coker has crafted an insightful and well-written novel that reveal maturity beyond her years.
In INTERRUPTED: Life Beyond Words (Zondervan; March 2012; $15.99), Coker a Virginia native, presents a tale set in the late 1930's to mid 1940s about fourteen-year-old Tennessean Alcyone Everly. Alcyone (Allie for short) loses her mother to cancer at a young age and is sent to live in Maine with an adoptive mother she has no interest in meeting.
Bitter and bewildered in her new surroundings, Allie retreats to her journal, where she shares with her mother her frustrations with living in her new home, biting comments on her life as a reluctant society girl, and her struggles with the Christian fiath her mother shunned and her adoptive mother embraces.
Allies childhood friend Sam re-enters her life at a time when she's feeling most alone; and the boy who used to be an annoying presence suddenly has an allure Allie can't dismiss, no matter how hard she tries. Meanwhile, war is looming and Allie is forced to deal with a host of confusing emotions. Her insistence on clinging to the past may ruin her chances at future happiness-unless Allie can learn to recognize the love that surrounds her.
Book trailer can be viewed at: http://youtu.be/N7MMGPI3q8A
Teaching with Technology on the Teach Jim Show. When you teach you have so many ways to get your message across.
Now with technology there are many more possibilities. Does the technology you use make a difference? It might. You just never know.
In this session you'll get exposed to two interesting ways to create presentation. 3 lesson sequencing strateges and some white surface doodling to help with your story telling.
Apply what you'll learn in this session and your learners will be engaged. Enjoy!
Remember...."Teach" Jim and share your unique contribution that we may all learn a little more by learning from the lives we lead. Please request YOUR appearance on The Teach Jim Show, the place to teach, to learn, to grow by visiting teachjim.com
Carol Edmonston is an expert when it comes to addressing panic and disarming fear.
A two-time breast cancer “conqueror,” her work has been profiled in The New York Times and her story is featured in Chicken Soup for the Breast Cancer Survivor’s Soul. She has also appeared in Woman’s World, ElleGirl, Women’s Health & Fitness, among others. Integrating 20 years of eastern philosophy into her life’s journey, she has authored two books: “Connections…the Sacred Journey between Two Points”, and “Create While You Wait…a Doodle Book for All Ages.” She has shared her work in schools, corporate settings and hospitals, in the United States as well as in the UK.