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Join Nancy Gentle Boudrie as she explores how many people experience a feeling of isolation and loneliness when there is a world to communicate with at your fingertips on your computer and your smartphone. What is it that is creating this feeling when you are around people yet feeling detached and alone? Listen in as Nancy discusses releasing this experience and how to replace it with a feeling of wholeness.
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During this segment...'She' will discuss connecting to your highest self. Finding the balance to being in the world and being of service to it. Tools to assist you on your journey with music from around the world to inspire inward wisdom to ripple up and out. Attune, Align, and take a few steps FORWARD! These segments are perfect for anyone walking through a life transition, disease, wanting to transform and authentically explore and align the inner self.
Focus...Alone. Finding the balance between being with self and engaging in life authentically. Making peace with being ALONE. Become your own best friend.
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Music: Best Friend by Random Rab, Trap by Elizaveta, Taireva by Yeshe Music, I Walk in Beauty by Michelle Dumond
Passage from The Prophet By Kahil Gibran
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Feeling great is all about putting your life in order and remembering who you really are. It’s an authentic way of living from the inside that will sustain you through life’s challenges. Kelly Johnson, coauthor of Feeling Great: Creating a Life of Optimism, Enthusiasm, and Contentment, joins Karen to provide practical tools for feeling great! This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
Follow Your Heart presents "You Are Not ALONE!!!!" by Dr. Brenda L. Bates, Most people believe they are alone on the journey called life and it's furthest from the truth. If you'd like to know more please join Dr. Brenda as she uncovers hidden meanings she's discovered from her travels through the unknown world called Spirituality.
"Follow Your Heart for Only You Know Which Path is Right for YOU!"
About Your Host:
Dr. Brenda L. Bates was inspired in 1998 by Father Bascio who stated in several of his sermons, “There’s a difference between Religion and Spirituality.” That statement sparked something within her to begin searching for the difference between them and has helped her become the person she is today. Her research has taken her into different cultures, belief systems, and religions.
Dr. Brenda converted to Catholicism in 1992, shortly after her conversion she met Father Patrick Bascio. It would be a quote used in many of his sermons “There’s a difference between Religion and Spirituality” that would inspire her to research the difference between the two. Dr. Brenda became an ordained minister in 2002 and received a Doctorate in Metaphysics in August 2005 and for the past 16 years she has studied under the guidance of a North American Medicine Man.
In 2006, Dr. Brenda studied mediumship under Janet Nowak at the Spiritualist Community of Lily Dale, NY. and in 2007, she returned to Lily Dale to study spirit writing. Through her discoveries she has found research is never ending, as new ways and new aspects of connecting with God, Goddess/Source/Spirit/Higher Power is never ending.
Tonight we are talking about the merits of singlehood and whether we are happier, more satisfied with life, more prosperous, healthy or sexually fulfilled when we live alone. According to the office for national statistics in London 43% of women 18-49 are not married and a woman aged 25-44 is five times more likely to be living alone than she was in 1973. There is evidence in a survey conducted by Relate and YuGov which found that 81% of people who are married or living together feel good about themselves compared to 60% of singles. This obviously depends on the quality of the relationship. It has been found single people feel better about themselves than those in average relationships. In 2010 Kinsey found that among women aged 30-39. 12% of those who were single had sex only a few times a month compared to 50% of married women. According to another report women who have high self esteem and are confident about their bodies had high levels of satisfaction whether they were single or not.
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We never have to feel alone...for we are always surrounded by those, unseen, who are waitng for us to call upon them. Join Deirdra Storm and Rosemary today for Live Intuitive Angel and Oracle Cards Readings and a discussion about Protection.
Call in at 914-205-5883, join us in the chat room or find me on Twitter @deirdrahepler to ask questions or simply say hello!
Join Dr. FAB, BIGGDADDY AYERS & THEBOSSLADY for another spicy, real talk episode discussing "Man Sharing"!!
You have heard the same, as I have, that there are 5 women to/for one man, huh? Today, many women feel freer to make the choice to man-share. "These women want to get their needs met, and these needs can be emotional, physical, the need for companionship, or a financial need; some women man-share just for the sex."
Is it much less of a taboo today than it was 20 years ago?
There is a spectrum of reasons as to why a woman would knowingly share a man. What would you say are the reasons?
Is it because a woman who would willingly share a man is afraid of commitment herself? "She may have witnessed her father cheat on her mother. She may have been abused, and now she has issues with trusting others. She doesn't do well when she's alone, and she often sits around, crying about where her man is. The man-sharer's intention is not to hurt her lover's main woman, but if she truly empathized with her, she wouldn't do it."Do you agree / disagree?
A common misconception about the men involved in man-sharing relationship is that they are, too, having their cake and eating it too. But if the man is in a loveless marriage, and he's only with his wife for the sake of the kids, or to avoid shelling out half of his money in a divorce, his involvement in man-sharing can be equally distressing. It is only when the man is enjoying his marriage and the woman on the side that he is happiest.
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