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Dr. Rene answers your questions about fiber. Soluble vs. insoluble fiber? How much should the average person eat daily? What's the best way to consume fiber? Send us questions through twitter: @GTOLyoga or on facebook: facebook.com/GenesisHealthBeauty use #fibermindbody. In this show we will be covering models of healing coming from a broad range of disciplines, integrating the best of modern science with the best of the healing wisdom that has been transmitted to us from the most ancient cultures.
Dr. Renè David Alkalay is a life-long student of meditation, Yoga science, Kabbalah, and the religious and philosophical texts of the East and West, and is the author of numerous articles and books. In private practice as a naturopathic practitioner since 1980, he provides holistic services at the Genesis Tree of Life Wellness Center offering help with nutrition, weight management, pain and illnesses, fitness and holistic treatment for cancer patients. Genesis Society (501 c3) is the not-for-profit organization Dr. Renè David Alkalay offers help to veterans and yoga classes for children with cancer.
Join the Parenting Sessions on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 as we dive deep into the arts as a method for consciousness expansion and transformation. We will hear a wonderful message from Master Morya about the power of art, music and dance to usher us, playfully, easily and naturally, into expanded, multidimensional states of consciousness. Morya will also talk about the many various dimensions of the arts that are not currently perceived by our ordinary human senses and how we can expand our abilities to access all new levels of perception.
We will follow up this message with a dynamic round-table discussion with Patti, Heather, Lulu and Susan. And lastly, we will close this episode with a guided session that reveals yet an even deeper level of understanding about how the arts ultimately bring us into direct communication with our Grand Self.
Join the Collective Voice for parents, teachers, guardians and caregivers all over the world! For more information, visit www.ParentingSessions.com, www.LilysTruth.com and www.PeaceOutProject.com.
Culminating the 2014 Community Symposium Series of The Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC (October 22-26) was a timely keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, former Director of Opera and Music at the NEA and now President and CEO of Michigan Opera Theatre. In his address, Brown shares his trajectory in the arena of arts management, its important and passing the torch to the future of the field. Brown has had considerable experience in the arts, himself first playing cello and singing as a tenor. his talk comes from a place of sound perspective and in Part 2, his talk culminates in a panel moderated by host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy. Joining the panel is Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
In response to the keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, President and CEO of the Michigan Opera Theatre, our host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy moderates a panel discussion culminating the Community Symposium Series of the Colour of Music Festival with Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
Tarot, Astrology, Scrying, Augury ...... The Mantic Arts have been practiced by many different cultures throughout the centuries for providing a glimpse into what the future might hold for each of us. These divination techniques have been utilized by various civilizations without their knowing it. Why is that? How can a group of people thousands of miles away from each other practice the same rituals, possessing the same understanding of Nature and its abilities, without knowing of each other's existence?
Let's explore how these rituals came about, the difference between an omen and a prophecy, and what all of these techniques have in common, and why they are still used to this day. We all seem to be connected beneath the surface more than we know.
SUNDAY 11/16/2014, 11 am Pacific Time. SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOW! (347) 677-0699
We've seen it in any activity....the Ego that demands recognition and respect. We all have Ego, but some have bigger ones than others, to the point of inflated self image, a sense of superiority over anyone, and an attitude where everyone should know who you are.
How does Ego affect martial arts training? Or even teaching martial arts? Is humility all that it's cracked up to be? We'll discuss these questions and more, so join us for the conversation! Give us a call or listen live on Blogtalkradio.com!
Special Guest Anne Bean joins Marly to talk about the Arkansas Fiber Arts Extravaganza: http://www.arfiberartsextravaganza.com/
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Under the leadership of founder and Director, Sandy Mitchell, Spirit of the Arts is a nonprofit, 501c3 organization whose mission is to support the arts and humanities. Founded in 1999, we have been producing events since then and have developed into a production company working within the North Jersey community.
THE BCS EXPERIENCE:HISTORY-ARTS -CULTURE-POLOTICS IN REVIEW AND DISCUSSION
The legendary Katherine Dunham was more than just a dancer. She was an Anthropologist and a Historian who helped preserve the cultural heritage of African people through music and dance, bringing honor and respect to the ancient rituals of rhythmic body movements that recorded history. The Katherine Dunham Centers For The Arts and Humanities in St. Louis Missouri has been a beacon of light in preserving the rich African culture and inspiring many performers to appreciate the deeper meaning and uses of the dance expression. It is an institution that stands as a beacon of hope in a city so recently plagued with despair. Financial challenges threaten to cause the Katherine Dunham Center to be closed, and dedicated activists are fighting to raise the necessary dollars to preserve this institution. Will the community win this fight to maintain a powerful legacy? Professional dancer Laurie Goux, Artistic Director of SpiritWing Dance Ensemble and a student of the Katherine Dunham Technique, is organizing a cooperative community effort to preserve this historic site in St. Louis.
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We've have got such an exciting segment for you tonight as we explore some great elements in Antique Collectibles and Decorative Fine Arts! I'm so excited because this is a favorite subject of mine as antique bronze sculptures are very captivating for me. I love all of the intricate detailing and fabulous finishes with antique bronzing. Join us tonight as we go over various aspects of Fine ARts with Australian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco Bronzes.. and many more...
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