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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.
Do your relationships have you feeling a little emotionally drained lately? Do you take care of problems and emergencies of others as if they are your own? If family, friends, a significant other, or co-workers are invading your time and space, and you find it hard to say no because of fear and guilt, it might be time for you to set some healthy boundaries.
Boundaries are the limitations we set for ourselves and others. Those of us who have trouble setting boundaries by saying NO, might be avoiding confrontation, rejection, abandonment, or simply might just be afraid of hurting someone’s feelings.
If you have trouble setting boundaries, share your story with us. You are not alone. Listen to Open Book Blog Talk Radio on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 8:00 pm PST at
If you can relate to our topic, share with us by calling in at 646.4787.0114. Share your life with others who share theirs.
The Path to Promise: How to Move Forward after Brokenness.
Author Queen Esther Phillips has designed this episode to get you thinking and to remind you: It's a new day; yesterday is in your past. You can get on the path to promise today regardless of where are you today? Whether you mentally drained, emotionally broken, socially dysfunctional, or spiritually dead, or all of the above, you can get on the road to recovery. Let your healing process begin today This is your motivation to get you excited about your promising future regardless of your painful past.
Are you ready to move forward?
The Homestead Honey Hour! Thursdays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ Autumn is a great time to look around and see what else needs to be done around the homestead. Are your animals adequately protected from the elements, have your rain barrels been drained, have you put a fresh layer of mulch on the garden to be decomposing all winter so as to add vitality to your plants in the spring? There’s so much to do! Let’s review what needs to be done and them make a plan to get it accomplished. Join Katzcradul as she reviews what we need to do to be ready for whatever winter has in store for us. Fall is the perfect time to pull your ‘get home bag’ out of the trunk of you car and replace summer supplies with those more appropriate for winter. Katz will talk about how to critically review your supplies to ensure you have everything you’ll need when the temperatures drop. Tags: Homestead Honey Hour, winter, Prepare, Prepare
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Does your life start on Friday at 5pm at the end of an exhausting week? Do you dread Monday mornings? Or are your relationships a repeat episode where you can't figure out how you ended up in the same situation yet again or Even better, you're drained, unhappy, lost and disgusted. Well ladies and gentlemen, these are strong indicators that you are lost and weighed down by the MATRIX. Ask yourself this question…could you possibly be fulfilled by the IDEA alone that you can live your dreams? What if you discovered the formula to manifest your dreams via your imagination, EMOTIONS AND A LITTLE INNER WORK…WOULD YOU DROP EVERYTHING AND TRY IT? Tune in as we introduce you to a place where EVERYTHING already exists. A state of being that provides you with VIP access to your dream. Join us as we introduce you to the VORTEX.
Hosts Fanashaa Divine, Ms. Controversy & Shayla Ma'at Liberated welcome you as they present a TELEPATHICALLY ASSERTIVE, BOLD & UNAPOLOGETIC journey into the vortex deifying space and time.
Everyone who does energy work or does readings for people claim they have been touched by a psychic vampire, and feel completely drained by that person. However, many psychologist say the condition doesn't exist, and it is merely a psychological reaction to that person. What do the cards say? Join us and read along,
Host: Kinte Co-hosts: RammZee & Teoxis Guest co-host: Olaf Barbosa Guests: Ken White, TehPoptarkid Engineer: themonk Show: Night & Day by Ken White (7x14) 9/12/13 Synopsis
We talk to author Ken White about his book Night and Day plus we talk to TehPoptarkid about his new film Jerry the Agoraphobic Bunny.
After the Spotlight join us @ http://cctoolbox.org/indyshowcase for the re - airing of Jerry the Agoraphobic Bunny by TehPoptarkid and Two People by Fallen Thomas
Night & Day by Ken White Five years ago, life in the United States changed forever when swarms of vampires overran the country in a war that dwarfed the carnage of the American Civil War. Many died, others were turned into vampires, and the survivors were rounded up and sent to massive internment camps for the next three years. Five years after the war, ex-cop turned private investigator Charlie Welles is the day-side investigator for Night and Day Investigations. His partner, Joshua Thomas, a vampire and Charlie’s trusted friend, handles the night business. When a seventeen-year-old runaway Welles is tracking is found drained of all her blood in an Uptown dumpster, it seems like the sad ending of another vampire-related missing person case. But after his partner is murdered and the bodies, human and vampire, start to pile up, Welles discovers a web of police corruption, organized crime and dark medical experiments in a case that may cost him far more than his life. To find who killed his partner, and why, Charlie Welles must struggle to find elusive truth in the darkness of Night and the light of Day.
Chef Jill returns to the show to discuss her new cookbook, "The Essential Dehydrator: From Dried Mushroom Risotto to Grilled Tuna with Papaya Chutney, More Than 100 Recipes Bursting with Fresh Flavor"
And, we'll be giving away a copy. Tune in for details!
Visit The Recipe Box Show website for more recipes, giveaway and contest information.
Recipes of the Week: Beer Cookies Ingredients: 4 egg yolks 1/2 tsp, salt 1/2 (6 oz.) bottle beer 3 c. flour (or as needed for dough)
Zucchini Pineapple Bread
Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 c. oil 2 c. sugar 3 c. flour 3 tsp. vanilla 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp.baking soda 1 tsp. salt 1/2 c. raisins 3 tsp. cinnamon 1 c. chopped walnuts 1 (8 oz.) can crushed pineapple, drained 2 c. grated zucchini
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People today are in such a hurry all the time. Between work, freinds, intimate relationships, children, family and yourself, becoming emotionally exhausted is an empidemic. Stephanie will give you tips on how to maintain a balanced life to reduce experiencing the emotionally exhausting feelings. She will gives you strategic direction on how to manage your thoughts to create feelings that will produce positive lasting effects.
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Oleander came to prominence in the late 1990s and early '00s, releasing February Son (1999) and Unwind (2001) before moving over to Sanctuary for Joyride (2003). Hailing from Sacramento, the band built up a healthy following of fans and garnered radio support, thanks to their melodic, post-grunge sound. But the music extended beyond hybrids and music critic jargon and terminology. It had a pulse and a heartbeat, with blood surging through its riffy veins. But despite the success, the grind of touring and promotion took its toll, as it often inevitably does, and the band felt drained. Things weren't fun anymore around 2003 and the boys decided it was time to take a step back, something they were well within their rights to do. That's a refreshing and honest attitude to have, and it's also indicative of the organic nature of the album, all factors that should help Something Beautiful find its audience. And judging from the songs that comprise Something Beautiful, Oleander may get what they weren't looking for. The result is an album that bridges the gap between modern and alternative rock, with Eldridge going so far as to say that the band can't and won't pinpoint influences. "Since our second record and the writing of our third to this point, being our fourth release, I think we have come into our own. If there are influences there, I can't tell you what they are. We get together and write from our hearts," he said. Oleander bassist Doug Eldridge offered a simple but profound statement about his band's new album Something Beautiful, their first effort since embarking on a self-imposed hiatus (but not a break up) that began somewhere around 2005. "We did this for ourselves and to have fun, since we love it," Eldridge said. "If this [record] is huge, great. If not, we had fun and we loved doing it. What happens now is out of our hands." For more information, visit www.oleander.net
Life isn’t always the dream we want it to be. Situations and events occur that often are simply out of our control and beyond our power to resolve to our satisfaction. When faced with complex decisions and consequences, there are many roads to travel. After some time, we may begin to wonder why we aren’t completely satisfied with our life, while others appear to be living the dream we were promised. To some, the idea of reaching out to another seems ridiculous. For those feeling stuck in the sticky situations that life presents, there are counseling professionals like David Clift of Connexus Counseling Center who can truly help people find their way.
From adults to adolescents, individuals to couples: Psychotherapist David Clift has assisted people through a wide variety of obstacles and personal issues. His typical client struggles with overwhelming feelings of anxiety, depression, rage, grief, abandonment, or isolation and have drained their resources for knowing how to manage them all. Many past or current situations can induce such a state for people, and David brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the varying difficulties people face.
David is genuinely intrigued by each situation a client may share. He cherishes the experience and truly values the importance of his work with people. Acceptance is a key factor behind the work of therapy. No matter what anyone has done to cope or react to their challenges, they have always been doing the best they can with the knowledge, skills, and resources available to them. David offers his highly effective services to people of all ethnicities, backgrounds, and alternative lifestyles, including those who identify as homosexual and transgender.
For more information visit www.connexuscounseling.com or 303-523-8108.
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