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As the global cauldron heats up, we need to get a geocentric fix on the soul of the planet. Understanding the deep, culutral and esoteric forces that shape our reality matrix is essential. On today's show, we'll be discussing what's happening in two of the global hot spots in Ukraine and Israel.
In the first hour, E. Michael Jones, publisher of Culture Wars will join us and give us the latest as to what's happening in Ukraine and how it impacts the bigger picture on the global chessboard.
In hour number two, musician, activist and author, Gilad Atzmon will join us from New York, where he is on tour. We'll talk about his life and journey and what he thinks is going on in the Middle East and Greater Israel.
Don't miss this show.
Culture Wars: http://www.culturewars.com/
Gilad Atzmon: http://www.gilad.co.uk/
Gilad Atzmon is a jazz musician and author born in Israel in 1963. His new book 'The Wandering Who' discusses Jewish identity and how it is tied up with some of today’s most difficult and contentious issues. A Study of Jewish Identity Politics, is to open up many of these issues for discussion. He examines Jewish identity politics and Jewish contemporary ideology using both popular culture and scholarly texts. Since Israel defines itself openly as the ‘Jewish State’, we should ask what the notions of Judaism, Jewishness, Jewish culture and Jewish ideology stand for. Atzmon analyses secular Jewish political and cultural discourse, both Zionist and anti Zionist. He looks at the Jewish political attitude towards history and time, the role of the holocaust, anti-gentile ideologies, Jewish pressure groups, Zionist lobbying and more. In this interview we also compare the treatment of Palestinians by the Israeli regime to the treatment of Jews by Nazi Germany, Gilad also explains some of the many nuances of the situation.
My interview with Gilad Atzmon, jazz musician and author born in Israel in 1963. His new book 'The Wandering Who' discusses Jewish identity and how it is tied up with some of today’s most difficult and contentious issues. A Study of Jewish Identity Politics, is to open up many of these issues for discussion. He examines Jewish identity politics and Jewish contemporary ideology using both popular culture and scholarly texts. Since Israel defines itself openly as the ‘Jewish State’, we should ask what the notions of Judaism, Jewishness, Jewish culture and Jewish ideology stand for. Atzmon analyses secular Jewish political and cultural discourse, both Zionist and anti Zionist. He looks at the Jewish political attitude towards history and time, the role of the holocaust, anti-gentile ideologies, Jewish pressure groups, Zionist lobbying and more.
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Eliana Gilad joins us from Jerusalem especially for Christmas week to share with us the power and history of sound. Eliana is a motivational speaker, teacher, composer, performer and founder of Voices of Eden Ancient Healing and Transformational Music.She is dedicated to her life’s work to revive the conscious use of voice and rhythm as natural healing instruments. Eliana is a frequent keynote presenter, teacher and performer at healing music, medical, and peace conferences throughout the world including the UN, The Chopra Center, and TEDx. She is also author to Rhythms of the Natural Voice: Sound Healing with Hebrew Meditation Workbook and Quiet in the Eye of the Storm: Living Peace in a War Zone.
Sound is the essence of all matter and the spark of all creation. It emerges from a place of silence and exists without cognitive thought. Sound is our essence and our soul. This is why, when we are disempowered, it is said we have “lost our voice.” Our voice, our sound is the expression of our soul. This is also why there is such a fear of public speaking, for when we speak we vulnerably express our soul, our being to others.
Listen in to learn more about sound and how its role in ancient times is reemerging. Learn how sound created through friction and conflict mirrors our own life and transformation and encourages us to embrace conflict in order to find harmony and peace. Experience for yourself the power of sound coming out of silence as Eliana plays a piece for empowerment. Be empowered to look inside yourself for answers instead of the quick fix promises of outside forces.
Eliana’s music on YouTube or her own site. Her upcoming book,
Dean has cultivated his passionate and commanding playing style through a vast range of experience in Jazz, R&B, Rock, Pop, Funk, and Gospel, as well as producing and arranging numerous projects and leading several of his own groups in various musical genres.
Dean’s solo album debut. This album includes 10 tracks of all original compositions in a wide range of styles, along with Dean’s unique and inventive approach to using effects pedals with the saxophone, and features the talents of guest stars Khristian Dentley (Take 6), John Turville (Gilad Atzmon, Tim Garland), Anton “TC” Castillo (Akon, Jeff Kashiwa), and many others.
On the more traditional side, Dean has performed with jazz artists Rufus Reid, Marcus Printup, Sam Rivers, and Danny Gottlieb, as well as contemporary artists such as Chieli Minucci, Marc Antoine, Ed Calle, Chris Standring, Mike Phillips, Craig Chaquico, Will Donato, and Blake Aaron. He’s also performed and/or recorded with a diverse array of mainstream artists including The Temptations, The O’Jays, Steve Cropper, The Drifters, Ryan Shaw, Khristian Dentley (Take 6), and Tony Battaglia (Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, Mandy Moore, Shinedown). He has also been featured on recordings alongside Brandon Fields, Mike Miller, and David Sanborn.
Join us for a LIVE question-and-answer session with our Day 1 SexyBack Summit presenters, including: * Dr. Sara Gottfried - 50 Shades of Better Sex * Alisa Vitti - How to Cross Train Your Cycle for a Better Sex Life * Adam Gilad - How to Communicate Your Sexuality... * Brett Klika - Exercise and Sex: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Register to attend this FREE weeklong online event at www.sexybacksummit.com. Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
COME TOGETHER TO HONOR THE MEMORY OF NAFTALI, GIL-AD AND EYAL.
In the summer of 2014, these three Israeli teens were kidnapped by terrorists on their way home from school. Jews from around the world came together to search, pray and offer support. The sense of unity reached its peak as the three boys were found and buried together.
A year later, the families of the boys are asking the Jewish world to re-experience and strengthen this unity by participating in their first yarzheit. Their call to action has been amplified by Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, Gesher and the Israeli Ministry of Education, along with dignitaries and Jewish institutions around the world.
This anniversary, both poignant and powerful, invites us to honor the teens’ memory by committing one day, “Unity Day,” to bringing back that sense of togetherness and hope.
Registration - www.JewishBoca.org/Unity
On June 3, 2015, the global Jewish community particpated in "Jewish Unity Day". The organizers estimated that 1.2 million Jews came together, in an unpresedented way, to attend "Unity Events" all over the world.
The rallies will commemorate the killings of Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaer, and Naftali Fraenkel, who were on their way home from school last summer when they were kidnapped and killed by terrorists.
Here is the broadcast of the event that took place in Boca Raton. It was the largest program in North America and was hosted at the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County. What made this event truly unique was that every synagogue in the community supported it and all of the Rabbis & leaders of the synagogue and local Jewish Day Schools.
"What do you identify yourself with? How do you describe yourself? Does this create a sense of stress or joy in your life?
The most basic of identities e.g. "I am a woman", when consciously questioned, can bring up a mixed bag of feelings. Questioning thoughts, also allows for questioning feelings. Are you really who you think you are? Who is it who decides what you think? Parents? Society? Schools? Friends? Media? There are so many influences within which we are raised. We are influenced by those around us. Yet it is we who decide how we think..." -says Israeli Eliana Gilad, gifted music therapyst who thru ancient healing and transformational music helps her clients reconnect to the Source of their authentic and natural voices. Since 1994 Eliana Gilad has worked with thousands of healthcare professionals, coaches, yoga teachers, spiritual healers and peace leaders, helping them to reconnect to the Source of their authentic and natural voice. Eliana has dedicated her life to revive the ancient healing music practices of the biblical prophetess Miriam through the creation of Voices of Eden music. The music was medically researched for three years at Meir Hospital Neonatal ward and found to lower blood pressure, heart rate, increase focus and quality of sleep amongst the neonates, their parents and the medical staff. Gilad has presented with Dr. Masaru Emoto (Messages from Water) who has also researched her music, and has been invited to present before the United Nations three times. Join Peruvian show host, healer and founder of Inner Healers Luciana Stiglich, while she interviews Eliana Gilad on how music and the sound of our voice can help us connect with our Spiritual Identity.
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