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Join Soul Psychologist, Clairvoyant Teacher, Dr. Tracy Thiem as she celebrates her 50th Birthday while launching this exciting broadcast, "Soul Psychology." In this FUN show, Dr. Tracy will be inviting friends, collegues, and family to call into the show to say "hello" and join the Birthday Celebration!
Tonights Guests, in order of appearance:
Tracy Thiem, www.TracyThiem.com
Cindy Mayer, www.NorthCoastCarpetCare.com
Julia Harell, www.JuliaHarrell.com Music: "Seeds of Change" by Julia Harell, Available for purchase at: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/juliaharrell
Zareena Garrison, TimeToLiveLifeCoaching.weebly.com
Robert Horek, Hospice Volunteer
Joseph Rafalo, www.JosephRafalo.com
Special guest this week will be rising FASHION phenom, Isabel Varela, whose innovative FASHION DESIGNS are currently rocking the Big Apple. Ms. Varela will share some of the current FASHION TRENDS in New York, Milan and Paris. She will also share some of her insights into how PSYCHOLOGY affects FASHION, and how FASHION can also affect our collective PSYCHOLOGY. Get ready for an exciting walk on the RUNWAY!
What happens when you just know there's nothing wrong with you, but you keep reading / hearing / seeing messages that tell you otherwise?
Meet Derek P. Scott, a Registered Social Worker, Founder of YourTherapist.org and certified Internal Family Systems therapist. His journey to discover more to his story regarding his sexual orientation inspired him to enter and practice in the field of counseling. He enjoys life as a professional therapist for over 30 years. His work locally, and internationally (via Skype) facilitates the use of self-compassion to release stress.
This segment sets the stage to explore Derek's passion to link the fields of psychology and spirituality.
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What really makes the Green Earth Guide for Traveling Naturally in Spain and the Green Earth Guide Traveling Naturally in France unique is that it includes options for those on a budget—an important aspect considering the current global economic downturn. Eco-friendly travel is often associated with increased expenses, but Dorian Yates explains how travelers can experience Spain and France's sustainable side without draining their bank accounts. For those really eager to get off the touristbeaten path, Green Earth Guide offers information on camping as well as volunteer opportunities where one can work on an organic farm in exchange for meals and accommodations. Ms. Yates provides contact and address information for each destination featured, and useful insider's tips to planning your trip, from visiting the most bicycle-friendly locations, to planning your meals around the local dinnertime Dorian Yates has worked for consumer advocacy organizations as an environmental activist and congressional lobbyist; as an advisor on environmental, health, and social justice issues; and as a consultant on non-toxic products, indoor air quality, and organic farming issues. A researcher and consultant for the books The Green Pages and Ecopreneuring, as well as publisher of The Alternative Health Guides, a web and print guide for Vermont and New Hampshire. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, Dorian Yates. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
Today on World Footprints we’ll contemplate the personal boundaries of Stone Walls with Ansel Adams protégé, photographer Mariana Cook. We’ll also look at the fusion between eco-friendly couture and glamour. We’ll talk to one traveler's initiatives to fight human trafficking and we’ll learn about Dubai’s sustainable initiatives.
Mariana Cook is an extraordinary photographer who is actually the last protégé of Ansel Adams. She joins us today to discuss her newest photographic book, Stone Walls: Personal Boundaries.
Designer Elizabeth St. John is known for her elegant couture that is a masterful fusion of Eco-Friendly and Glamour.
Please join Steven N. Peskind as he interviews Philip Stahl, Ph. D., a nationally recognized authority on the topic of the psychology of relocation. Dr. Stahl co-authored the book, “Forensic Psychology Consultation in Child Custody Litigation.” He also recently published an article in the Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, entitled “Emerging Issues in Relocation Cases.” Dr. Stahl addresses the research and psychological issues confronting judges who consider child relocation matters – some of the most challenging issues confronting courts today.
His book titled "Forensic Psychology Consultation in Child Custody Litigation: A Handbook for Work Product Review, Case Preparation, and Expert Testimony" with co-author Robert A. Simon, PhD. is available to the ABA web store. Click here if you would like to purchase.
Jazz Biancci is a certified LifeMastery and movement coach and founder of www.SpiraingIntoGenius. She is also an author with Simon and Schuster and Professional Salsa Dancer. She has lit the stage up at various New York City nightclubs to include the legendary Copacabana. This fall her Salsa dancing, lifecoaching and writing come together at www.SALSEEK.com.
Brenda Ramos a Positive Psychology Practitioner and a master salsa instructor, specializing in Afro-Cuban movement. She has performed internationally, burning up the stage in Spain, Japan, London, Peru,switzerland and Italy. Most recently she has introduced Journey Dance into her healing practice.
Jazz and her guests get together every Sunday night at 7:30pm EST to bash rigidity, delve deep and get a little personal.
We have been trained to be negative, pessimistic, cynical, skeptical, and frightened. We have been trained to believe that these traits are practical and will enable us to more effectively navigate our lives through a mine field of chaos, horror and confusion because we will know what to realistically expect and be prepared for it.
They’re not practical. They don’t make us better equipped to deal with a difficult future.
By virtue of the fact that they contribute to our depression, anxiety, anger and belief in victimhood, they make us less equipped to deal with a difficult future.
They give us tunnel vision, they distract us from potential opportunities that exist all around us which we don’t see because we’re in a doom and gloom mode that narrows our vision.
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