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Do you ever feel like you just aren't programmed for happiness?
Everyone wants to be happy and yet many find themselves seeking something that seems ellusive. Maybe they getting fleeting moments of happiness, or glimpes, but they never feel like they can own it.
In her book, Elusive Little Sucker, Anne Riley allows people to see what unhappiness looks like in all it's flawed glory. Then she lets them see that within the core of unhappiness is the source of true happiness.
America was founded on the principles of equal opportunity Education play a key role in achieving the "American Dream." When everyone don't have a fair chance at receiving an education, it can result in years or even decades of poverty. Though African Americans experienced slavery, racism, and other atrocities that would have deterred them, they were determined to gain equality that was promised to everyone in the United States Dr. Jeff Littlejohn co-wrote a book enti
When living in a state of balance we enjoy a sense of happiness and relaxation while moving forward in our personal evolution. Why then does the fertile territory of balance seem to be an elusive blink of an eye glimpse that we can never fully grasp? Why do we tend to unintentionally invent new ways of being imbalanced in our health, relationships, finances, habits, and connection with our self? What are the consequences that we suffer due to the imbalanced areas of our lives
Douglas Noll is a mediator, speaker, and author who earned a Masters Degree in Peacemaking and conflict studies.
In 2011 Noll published Elusive Peace: How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts. In his analysis, the peacemaker goes behind the headlines to understand why crucial negotiations fail. Noll argues that diplomats often enter negotiations with flawed assumptions about human behavior. Noll provides several examples while emphasizing the importance of irrational factors in the success of a mediated solution.
What if you spent years of your life seeking spiritual enlightenment but were looking in the wrong place? Dr. Robert Forman, one of the world's leading experts in the study of Mysticism, returns to the show to talk honestly with host Susan Larison Danz about enlightenment, mystical experiences and his fascinating 39-year journey of personal spiritual exploration.
During the last part of the show, you won't want to miss the discussion of why so many of us yearn for deeper connections with one another and how to navigate the powerful energy and emotions we can experience in the process.
Robert's highly acclaimed memoir Enlightenment Ain't What It's Cracked Up to Be: A Journey of Discovery, Snow and Jazz in the Soul was praised as "definitely chicken soup for the spiritual seeker's soul" by Jack Canfield.
The lessons Robert has to convey are intensely personal and heartfelt, yet also reflect his 20 years experience as a Professor of Comparative Religions, with a PhD from Columbia University and professorships at City University of New York and Vassar College.
The author of multiple books, Robert is the Founder and Executive Director of the Forge Institute for Spirituality & Social Change.
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To learn more about this program, visit FrontierBeyondFear.com.
Flute music segues written and performed by Colin Ross and freely distributed under GPL (www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html).
Finding intimacy and keeping it alive and an enlightening segment with special guest Barbara Saver on finding your spirit guides.
Intimacy is the heart’s one true desire but it so elusive. Why do we want to be enveloped in love and surrender? Is it possible that we are our own worst enemy when it comes to real intimacy? What can you do to draw it and keep it? Psychiatric Social Worker Octavia Carlos will assist our anonymous guest and callers in this quest.
Also on this week’s program, spiritual channel and teacher Barbara Saver will help us find our spirit guides and learn to recognize and listen that small, soft voice that is available to guide us on the journey. Barbara will take questions from the listening audience.
Barbara Saver’s segment will be followed by a short lesson on meditating.
Grayson’s Live2Love is an almost perfectly paced conceptualized look at the American pop scene from Aretha Franklin to Sade and from Hall & Oates to Maroon 5. Far more than an above average coverage artist, toss in some wildly creative originals including the first radio single “Afterthoughts” highlighting a prolific ability on soprano sax not to mention the ability to bring the long lost vocal art of scatting back to the modern audience. Who does that? While some of her contemporaries struggle with vocals that are “passable” at best, Grayson is a solid vocalist and uses her ability as flavor and texture without ever seemingly pushing the envelope in search of the elusive crossover hit despite the fact this release contains roughly a half dozen.
Now firmly settled and established in the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore scene, Bach has by way of a dedicated fan base and an ever-growing list of corporate and reputable clients honed a craft worthy of recognition. As recipient of two Gold Records and winner of the 2004 Maryland State Art Council Performance Award, he has tasted the fruit of his efforts firsthand. His band, The David Bach Consort, was the winner of the Jazz Discovery Showcase on BET, has performed at Jazzmatazz with B.B. King, and has played at the Kennedy Center.
Your weekly source for fitness and nutrition information. Tips for helping you live and healthy and happy life. Valerie Grant has been teaching fitness class and presenting at international conferences and retreats for over 25 years. Named "The Best Posture Coach" by Philadelphia Magazine, Valerie has taught at some of the most pretigious clubs in the area and plans to open her new studio Pure Energy in January 2014. She specializes in taking the elusive tenets of The Feldenkrais Method to the fitness world and making them obvious by sharing practical tips for both group fitness and personal trainers to use in every class or session. An adjunct teacher at Delaware County Community College, Main Line Adult School, and Drexel University, her specialties include relating to students of all ages, turning perceived disabilities through mind-body. An instructor for American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid CPR, Valerie also programs and leads mind-body retreats worldwide, supporting her charities of choice.
Certifications: ACE (CPT), AFAA (GFI), Pilates Method Alliance (PMA) and Guild of Certified Feldenkrais Practitioners (GCFP), American Red Cross Authorized Instructor.
Agents of SHIELD – The Girl in the Flower DressAn elusive girl in a flower dress may hold the key to the mystery that brings Coulson and the team to Asia to rescue a young man with an unusual and dangerous power. Meanwhile, Skye has a secret that jeopardizes her relationship with the team right when they need her most. Join Amanda and Lucia (heroinetv.com) as they discuss the new epidsode
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