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  • 00:44

    Women of The Bible: Bithiah. The Faculty is Love.

    in Spirituality

    I Chronicles 4:18


    A daughter of Pharaoh  who became the wife of a Jewish man.


    What is the archetype of  Bithiah? 


    What is the archetype of (a) Pharaoh


    Did Bithiah and her husband have children?


    How many Pharaoh's were there in Egypt?


    What is the metaphysical interpretation of this story?


    There will also be a brief explanation of the faculty or spiritual gift of Love and how we can apply Love in our life, world, and affairs.


    Learn to listen. Listen to learn.


    Rev. Barbara

  • 01:01

    Sylvan Middle School Faculty bullying and Abuse of students

    in Social Sciences

    Join me as I take a trip Sylvan Hills Middle School after an emergency call from my son about having his hair yanked and pulled AGAIN! and thrown into tables and into rooms. When I asked Ms. Dees if it was protocol to abuse the students this way, she denied doing what I heard her doing which was agitating the situation WHILE I was on the phone with him. Only to later hang admit that she did. FINALLY I get to put them on BLAST on SPOT! AND YOU GET TO HEAR IT!

  • 01:18

    Colorism, Faculty and Administration

    in Culture

    Join Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Linda Wilson-Jones for a discussion on "Colorism, Faculty and Administration"

  • 00:36

    Information Session about the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program

    in Education

    Tune in to learn about the history of the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program and how it has evolved since the program launch in 2007.  Learn how the program has influenced the leadership development of faculty, Lynn Andrews and Joanne Dalton, as they have been designing and teaching Buell Fellows across seven different cohorts.   Gather insights from faculty Lori Ryan and Rebecca Soden about joining the program in 2012 when the program transitioned to the University of Colorado Denver from University of Denver.   All of the faculty will discuss the leadership development Curriculum based upon what are called the Big Ideas and Buell Star framework.  The newest faculty member to join the program, Diana Shaack, will share with the audience the importance of a leadership program for early childhood professionals and why it matters for the field and our communities.  Overall, it will be a time for listeners to hear and callers to ask faculty about their experience is as faculty and how they see fellows grow over the year long program and beyond.  And finally, you will learn how you can become a Buell Fellow and when the Buell Recruitment Tour will be coming to your local area. 

  • 01:31

    Consummate astrologer, Samantha Samuels, will give free readings

    in Spirituality

     I have a bachelors degree in Psychology from York University. I have taken formal courses at the International Academy of Astrology and the American College of Vedic Astrology. I've lectured for organizations such as Astrology Toronto, the State of the Art Astrological Conference, and Kepler College and published articles in Astrology Toronto's Midheaven newsletter, the International Academy of Astrology's Newsletter and the Canadian Association for Astrological Education newsletter. I am currently on faculty at the Canadian Association of Astrological Education where I teach Introduction to Psychological Numerology, Introduction to Predictive Astronumerology, Introduction to Astronumerology, Introduction to Vedic Astrology and Astronumerology and Relationship Compatibility. I write the Numerology column "Your Destiny in Numbers" for the Weekly Voice, Canada's largest South Asian newspaper where I have also published several articles. (Attached are two media profiles of me.)


    For spiritual counseling and free initial consultation or reasonably priced past life regression with host, David Clarke, email dcowder@twcny.rr.com or call 315-478-1086 

  • 00:31

    Dr. Mark W. Muesse: Practicing Mindfulness

    in Motivation

    Our Host:


    Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of "White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee," and Consultant. Please visit her website at www.svetlanakim.com. 


    Our Guest: 


    Dr. Mark W. Muesse is W. J. Millard Professor of Religious Studies, Director of the Asian Studies Program, and Director of the Life: Then and Now Program at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. He earned a B.A., summa cum laude, in English Literature from Baylor University and a Master of Theological Studies, a Master of Arts, and a Ph.D. in the Study of Religion from Harvard University. Before taking his position at Rhodes, Professor Muesse held positions at Harvard College, Harvard Divinity School, and the University of Southern Maine, where he served as Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He is a recipient of the 2008 Clarence Day Award for Outstanding Teaching, Rhodes College's highest faculty honor. Known for his experiential teaching style, Professor Muesse was honored for his effective use of imaginative and creative pedagogy as well as his ability to motivate his students toward lifelong study. Professor Muesse has written many articles, papers, and reviews in world religions, spirituality, theology, and gender studies and has coedited a collection of essays titled Redeeming Men: Religion and Masculinities. He is currently compiling an anthology of prayers from around the world. Professor Muesse is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Society for Indian Philosophy and Religion and has been Visiting Professor at the Tamilnadu Theological Seminary in Madurai, India. He has traveled extensively throughout Asia and has studied at Wat Mahadhatu, Bangkok, Thailand; the Himalayan Yogic Institute, Kathmandu, Nepal; the Subodhi Institute of Integral Education, Sri Lanka; and Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey.

  • 01:04

    Getting A Better Understanding of Your Personal Finances

    in Women

    Robin R. Haynes is a Baltimore, Maryland native.  Having worked in the financial industry for over a decade, she understands the growing need for basic financial literacy to be taught in a way that it can be understood by everyone.  Robin has a passion for helping others succeed financially not only by teaching  the basics of finances, but also by making sure that there is a thorough understanding of financial concepts and how they are applied to everyday living.


     


    Robin holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Accounting from Morgan State University.  Her first published project entitled “The Fundamentals of Finances – Applied to Everyday Living” has been designed to help readers navigate the complicated and sometimes frightening world of finances. Along with her partnerships to combat financial illiteracy with organizations such as Dream Girls Mentoring Program, Operation Hope,  New Beginnings Youth Development & Coaching Program and Mt. Zion Baptist Christian School, Robin is an adjunct faculty member with Community College of Baltimore County teaching various financial topics such as personal finance, and the fundamentals of entrepreneurship.  Robin is currently working on the second portion of the Fundamentals Series which is scheduled for release fall 2015, and is also preparing to obtain her CFP (Certified Financial Planning) certificate.


    Visit Robin at http://www.understandingfinances.org/


    Telephone: 443.214.2216


    Email: info@understandingfinances.org


    Skype: robin.haynes8


    Robin’s area of expertise: accounting, bookkeeping, budgeting, business development, estate planning,  investments, life insurance, and retirement planning  

  • Entering Your Own Heart with Carole Morton

    in Spirituality

    "The beliefs we hold are responsible for our behaviors; and, as adults, we are responsible for the beliefs we hold. Beliefs are thoughts we have faith in. You have beliefs, but you are not your beliefs; rather, you are the power behind them. To love yourself for each and every emotion you feel is to understand that, if that feeling exists within you, it has, or once had, a loving purpose." ~from the book


    Carole J (Meisner) Morton is a licensed integrative psychotherapist, a mind-body-spirit medicine professional, faculty member in the Masters in Psychology Department at the Western Institute for Social Research in Berkeley, CA, and a public speaker. She holds two master's degrees, one in Human Communication and one in Clinical Psychology. She is presently a doctoral and Ph.D. candidate in Integrative and Natural Medicine, based in quantum physics theory. She is dedicated to teaching self-healing and awakening through the development of self-love, self-trust and self-compassion.


    www.EnteringYourOwnHeart.com  - where 10% of the proceeds for the book go to feeding and educating destitute and disabled children in Calcutta, India through www.Empower-Children.org

  • 01:01

    Dancing in Another Dimension

    in Spirituality

    Guess what???  You could be dancing in another dimension right now.  


    I'm sitting here at my desk answering emails and shuffling through Facebook posts, clicking on links and basically getting lost in the Internet when I should be writing our newsletter and preparing a show topic for this week's Talk-N-Angels Radio Show, when I decide it is time to close all tabs and open up Constant Contact so I can write to you.  


    In a small dish on my desk is a collection of crystals.  I picked up the clear thin one and held it to my forehead. I saw an image of myself dressed like a beautiful professional dancer and I was swirling around with a partner dancing!  The crystal told me I was dancing in another dimension.


    We are multi-dimensional beings and we have experiences, such as dancing, in other dimensions.  When we close our eyes and focus on our third-eye, we can ask it to show us what we are doing in another dimension.  


    This week, we'll be talking about all the ways we are serving our higher self by using the gift of the Third-Eye Chakra to penetrate the perceived barriers that separate us from these various dimension.  All of this is aimed at allowing you to open up your creative faculty and begin imagining a life that has fun, adventure and spontaneous happenings.  You're growing and this is part of that growth!

  • 00:32

    Get to know CAPPA Faculty - Amanda Marshall

    in Women

    Our guest today is Amanda Marshall, the owner of Birth Blessing Doula Services in Colorado.  She is a member of the CAPPA (Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association) Postpartum Doula Faculty.  We will get to know Amanda and discuss the role of a postpartum doula, common misconceptions about postpartum doulas, and why someone might want to hire a postpartum doula.  Amanda Marshall also shares her experiences supporting breastfeeding mothers.  If you are interested in becoming a postpartum doula or hiring one to help you after you have a baby this show will increase your knowledge of all things postpartum doula.  


     


     

  • 00:39

    Chit Chat Friday

    in Entertainment

    My name is Deborah R. Brandon and I am a new author under Creative Flow Publishing. I released my very first book on June 22, 2015, entitled To Love and To Protect. Writing has always been a passion of mine and I enjoy reading as well. I have always enjoyed how the written word could take you on an amazing adventure. It has been an incredible journey filled with so many first. I have a wonderful supportive team in the other authors of Creative Flow.


    I am married to my best friend and partner Alex Brandon. I am the mother of three beautiful children that I count as my miracle, my blessing and my joy. I am currently earning a degree in nursing with a minor in Human Services. Upon completion I hope to work in my field of study. I would also like to open and operate a faculty that helps and empowers women who are struggling with unplanned pregnancy and adoption, drug addiction and alcohol abuse, domestic violence situation, employment and education.


    I strongly believe in social responsibility and plan to offer opportunities for advancement to youth in the communities and which my businesses will serve. Blessed with the ability to speak elegantly and boldly I also plan to be a voice of encouragement and empowerment for women ministries that call me to serve. Lastly, I would like to help further the growth of our country through political works, with a focus on Immigration reform, Drug Reform, Criminal Domestic Violence, and the like.