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If you feel drained and exhuasted all the time, could it be that you are reacting to appeals and stresses around you? Roland answers this question and offers a solution: meditation. In order to cope with and conquer stress, we must develop spiritual discipline. If you have stress symptoms, you must listen to this lecture. More information about coping with stress with meditation is at my resource center.
It is because there is a lot of temptation in the workplace, says Roland. Injustice, lying, gossip, and the pressure to be ambitious are all draining if we respond to them wrongly. Other topics include: The difference between industriousness and ambition. The role of resentment. The meaning of patience. Why we should not make any goals. How meditation can help you deal with stress.
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During the Holidays we get together with a multitude of people. that's what it's all about is people. people at the shopping malls, people gather at celebrations, people, people everywhere. What if your someone who gets triggered by all this interaction. What if you're dreading seeing family members who you anticipate will behave badly? What if you feel drained by all this merriment? Setting boundaries physically and energetically is the gift you give yourself. It's not an act of being stand-offish. It's actually and act of compassion and love towards yourself and all who you encounter. Be ready to submerge yourself in the figgy pudding of love, peace, and gratitude.
Throughout our shows, we have discussed monsters around the world, but we barely tapped into the most feared, most famous of creatures, the vampire. On Thursday's show, we look into the lore, the legend, and the "reality" of this scary bloodsucker. We check out people who have drained blood and energy from their victims, whether concretely or psychically. What makes vampires need blood? Who are the real vampires? How do we protect ourselves from bloodsuckers and psychic vampires? How can you tell who is a vampire? All this and more will be covered on this week's show on Thursday, November 20th, at 5:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Central and 10:00 PM UK.
According to Unity Spiritual Leader, Temple Hayes, many people do not realize there are many layers of being asleep and dying while we are living. We are so caught up in the motions of living, eating, and working that we don't realize we stop pursuing our potential along the way.
We have become robotic! How do you know whether you've been dying a bit every day? One key way is to notice if you are feeling disconnected or drained rather than energized or impassioned about your life, the inner cause of feeling disconnected and drained.
Join Temple Hayes and me on Tuesday, November 18, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss her latest book When Did You Die? 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up, and be on our way to achieving success.
When Did You Die? 8 Steps to Stop Dying every day and Start Waking Up with author Temple Hayes
When did you die? When someone told you that you weren't good enough? When you buried who you really are for fear that others would disapprove? Or when you gave up your creative dreams to take a "practical" job? Are you in a relationship which does not 'relate' to you? You may not have realized you were dying, but you have been dying a little more each day. And that's the miracle of Temple Hayes' remarkable new book When Did You Die? 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up (HCI Books). It empowers you to wake up and take back your life!
Temple Hayes is today one of the most respected and authentically inspiring leaders in spiritual enrichment and a sought-after speaker. A Unity minister in St. Petersburg Fl., with a global following, and an extremely popular radio show, Hayes knows firsthand what it is to die to your true self and your dreams.
A much-needed wake-up call for an emotionally and spiritually drained generation, the book offers a profound 8-step program to propel you to a healthier, happier, and more prosperous life. This inspiring, realistic guide is packed with motivational tools, shamanic surprises, daily practices, uplifting parables, and good, old-fashioned Southern storytelling.
For more information visit: http://www.templehayes.com/
How is you Chi? In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chi is considered our essential life force. Are you feeling drained? Lack motivation? Feeling SAD? I want you to join me as I discuss your options for pulling yourself out of your slump naturally! When you are done listening to the show, i am confident that your heads will be lifted up in hope, understanding that nature has many answers and I will help you to uncover them. Tell a friend.
In this busy world do you feel you are go, go, go non-stop. Do you feel you are going through the motions of life and life is just passing you by? Do you wonder why you feel so drained, unsatifyed or unmotivated? Are you burned out? Stress is all to familar reason why clients come to see me. Most of us are burning the candles at both ends. With work, maybe running a business, kids, bringing kids to thier activities, taking care of parents; how is there any time left for your self. In this show we'll discuss way to manage stress and reduce the stress in your life. The real kicker is it's about your belief about stress and how you react to it.
“A society must assume that it is stable, but the artist must know, and he must let us know, that there is nothing stable under heaven.”
“The sole purpose of human existence,” Carl Jung wrote in his reflections of life and death in 1957, “is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.” Five years later, in one of his least well-known but most enchanting works, the great novelist, playwright, poet, essayist, and cultural critic James Baldwin argued for this existential kindling of light as the sole purpose of the artist’s life.
Perhaps the primary distinction of the artist is that he must actively cultivate that state which most men, necessarily, must avoid; the state of being alone. That all men are, when the chips are down, alone, is a banality — a banality because it is very frequently stated, but very rarely, on the evidence, believed. Most of us are not compelled to linger with the knowledge of our aloneness, for it is a knowledge that can paralyze all action in this world. There are, forever, swamps to be drained, cities to be created, mines to be exploited, children to be fed. None of these things can be done alone. But the conquest of the physical world is not man’s only duty. He is also enjoined to conquer the great wilderness of himself. The precise role of the artist, then, is to illuminate that darkness, blaze roads through that vast forest, so that we will not, in all our doing, lose sight of its purpose, which is, after all, to make the world a more human dwelling place.
We all have them... the frenemies, the tough family members, the competitive co workers, the not so complimentary boss and the list goes on.
If you find yourself walking into a room and feeling drained, getting off the phone and wondering why you feel down when you felt great before or have friends who find it hard to be happy for your succes, you have experienced toxic people. There are a million combinations, but dealing with them head to head is not always the best way to go.
On this show we are going to talk about the various kinds of toxic people, how to know when you have been energetically zapped and 5 top ways to handle things withoug a head on confrontation energetically.
There are specific things you can do energetically to protect yourself, deflect negative energy and avoid energetic attacks of toxic people and most of them are quite easy to do.
I will be doing a few readings too. So be sure to call in early!
We as a nation are asleep at the helm. While other nations are prospering, America is falling behind. Oh yes, the GNP may be up and the corporate heads are applauding their bottom lines, while the nation's infrastructure is falling apart.
It doesn't matter to them, because their permanent residence may be in Switzerland, France or Italy rather in America.
The blessings on our nation were as a result of god-fearing men and women who made common sense laws that protected the innocent, protected our children from evil, and protected our citizens with the Bill of Rights.
Today, the innocent are aborted. Our children can buy drugs in schools and our citizen's rights are being eroded.
Yes, we can just complain. But November 2014, we can also do something! We must elect men and women to office regardless of parties, based on their moral belief in our constitution, bill of rights and biblical and moral values.
If we do not, our nation will continue to be drained by laws that protect big corporate businesses. Notice that the bail outs went to the corporations. The homeowners got evicted from their homes. The bail out of the corporations and securities and banks could have saved 100% of the foreclosures in America by forgiving their debt and reinstituting a new mortgage policy that would give everyone A SECOND CHANCE.
But that did not happen and thousands of good people LOST their homes and their retirement incomes.
It took more than 30 years of bad policy and it cannot be repaired overnight. The start however, is at every level of society we bring common sense and moral values back. We vote based on biblical and moral principles and for men and women who are willing to die for the Constiution and Bill of Rights.
Where are the Patrick Henry's and black robe clergy of yester year?
Wildfires may be just a newsflash on Long Island where the cool fall air does not signal a water shortage. But these are perhaps the two most significant issues of the American Southwest. Water is the most ignored at-risk commodity in the artificially lush Los Angeles area that has literally made water run uphill as it carelessly drained the water recourses of the state. In parallel, the recent rash of suspicious fires is a scary reminder of the death and destruction that sears through the region each year. The tinderbox of homes and trees are clearly at the mercy of nature and sociopathic arsonists testing skill and daring of the first responders…. the thin line of defense against wildfires.
About the Book: Tunnel Visions
Working 5 miles inside a water tunnel in 1971, Willie Carter was one of 17 men killed in a methane explosion. The ensuing underground fire burned for two days before Los Angeles firefighters could attempt a rescue in what became known in California as the Sylmar Tunnel disaster.
Tunnel Visions, a work of “faction,” blends fact and fiction, weaving together the historical facts of the Sylmar disaster, the current struggle for control over California's diminishing water supply, and a fictional plot to attack Los Angeles' water delivery system.
Tunnel Visions occurs on a single day, during which Nick and Cindi experience a series of harrowing events as they attempt to stop an act of eco terrorism.
Kurt Kamm’s expertise in the parallel issues of water and fire educates his readers in the telling of a fictional story laced in facts … providing a deeper understanding of the men and women across the country who fight the fires … and the politics. au