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BOOKED! hostess Shannon Delany predicts a great chat with the wonderfully witty YA author, Natalie Zaman about her upcoming release of the Graven Images Oracle Deck, writing fiction, non-fiction and balancing her co-writing projects with her solo work, and the upcoming release of her Graven Images App this October!
Natalie Zaman writes and works her magic from central New Jersey where she lives with her family, and several fine looking chickens.
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MADAM COACH will conduct her final segment on Relationships, Family, and LOVE. This show will be a special interview with guest GENE SYES, an experienced, and professional Wedding Photographer. He's been in business for 25+ years, and is the owner of LEGACY IMAGES, providing Top Quality products and service for over a generation.
GENE SYES has won several award winning blue ribbon portraits capturing weddings and special events, as these moments will always be cherished by using a variety of photographic styles. His trained eye captures interesting, unique images that you and your family will treasure forever. The professional photo's attached are official pictures of a few examples of his client's.
Join me tomorrow, Thursday, FEBRUARY 26 at 5:30 pm CST. Come listen to learn and gain essential insights regarding the when, where, who, what's before attending a bridal show. GENE SYES is the best professional photographer who can create a beautiful experience from your Engagement Photo's to your Wedding Day, and Reception.
Don't miss the show. But if you do miss the live show, no worries after a podcast will be posted on www.facebook.com/madamlifecoach.
Shalom and Salaam everyone. This evening I will continue our subject on the negative images we labeled African Amerrican (AA), Black/Negro seem to love to adopt and imitate that doesn't promote Racial Pride or self esteem but instead embraces and encourages we to be everything but our natural selves. Is this healthy or harmful? And if we all can agree it is harmful then why, do we promote that which negatively impacts who we are as a already exploited people? Why haven't we seen the ongoing attacks against Black Images in movies and media dangerous enough for we to (defend) ourselves against it? Are we simply a defeated race? I don't know, because it sure seems like we have accepted that which shouldf be unaccepatable. The cost is our African-melenin rich children are seeing fewer and fewer positives images of melenin rich men as well as melenin rich aka Black, women. We should be at red alert where this issue is concerned but instead, because of our need and desire to (mix) ourselves out of existence. Many of we won't be mad if there is no more pure blood or true blood Black melenin race. Why? PROPAGANDA - is the first thing that comes to mind and the power it has to make one believe that which is FALSE to be FACT. Let's delve into this subject and find out are we truly victims or are we VILAINS who just needed the right spells to bring it out of us.
Michael Wilson joins me live on the air to discuss our love for horror movies. We are going to talk about our favorite movies, least favorite movies and the most underrated movies of all time. He is going to fill us in on Arkham Images and the like. Guarrenteed to be great time.
Not sure how to make your images on Facebook look the best that they can be?
Tune into today's episode of The Social Marketing Academy and host Christopher Tompkins will take through through all of the sizes and formats that you need to know to create professionally branded images on Facebook!
The Social Marketing Academy, presented by The Go! Agency, is your ongoing classroom for all of the social media topics that you want to learn more about. Host Christopher Tompkins, CEO of The Go! Agency, will be covering a wide array of topics from how to get your business step up using social media to more advanced tactics and techniques. Tune in live or on-demand to take full advantage of all of the social media marketing information provided in each show. Visit The Go! Agency online for more details: http://www.thegoagencyusa.com
Please listen as Dr. Malik Raheem and guest Mr. Rheon Gibson some of the recent issues around the Impact of Stereotypical Images of the Black Man and Black Female on Mental Health and Interpersonal Relationships. Join in the conversation....3:00 Pst, 5:00 Cst, 6:00 Est (646) 649-1116.
"Making Ordinary Extraordinary " Is somthing Samantha Goss lives by !
Samantha Goss is a Fine Art photographer. Art has always been her passion since she can remember. She originally started off as a fine art drawer and later found her passion for fine art photography. In her own words she says ,We all have ideas, stories, and dreams. I make mine come to life through my work. Not only am I expressing my inner most personal thoughts, I am also exposing other people’s as well giving them the okay to feel. With my work I’m letting my audience think, get lost, and even become part of the images itself. We all connect somehow and how I connect to other people is through photography. I've always said, “Where my words fail me, my images speak.”
Go see her work https://www.flickr.com/photos/sleepingawakephoto
Read her thoughts and Images http://www.sleepingawakephoto.blogspot.com
Dr. Dean Posey, author of the book 12 Gifts We Can't Afford to Lose, believes that much of the depression and anxiety plaguing today’s society stems from our unwillingness to simply follow the rules of a moral life instead of trying to make them up as we go. Based on the character and life of Noah, Posey lists the core values of morality for us. If one focuses on hope, faith, patience, friendship, righteousness, family and more, he says, living a moral life is not as complicated as one might think. Tune in to listen and give his concepts time to soak in.
American Vernacular welcomes Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson back to the program to discuss her new book, Godless Americana: Race and Religious Rebels, the followup to explosive Moral Combat: Black Atheists, Gender Politics and the Values Wars. The founder of Black Skeptics Los Angeles and Women of Color Beyond Faith offers an uncompromising anaylsis of the "myths behind Americana images of Mom, apple pie, white picket fences, and racially segregated god-fearing Main Street USA. Her book pointedly highlight the intersection of these two aspects of past and present American culture and the parallel existences it has created in the United States of America. Tune in and join the conversation with one of the emerging and important voices for social and racial justice.
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Tonight on the program, we chat with Chris Dobbertean of BloggingTheBracket.com to talk some more Bracketology! We chat about his latest bracket, his thoughts on #1 Kentucky in a (dawg) fight with Georgia this evening and more! Steven Meador joins the program in the second half to talk #NBA and his thoughts on the MASSIVE trade between the #Eagles and #Bills. All of this and more as we are LIVE!
Images via Bronco Nation News and Google Images
Opening Song is Fireball by Pitbull
Closing Song is the CBS March Madness Theme Song
The word Yoni is a Sanskrit word. Translated, it means womb, origin, source, and vulva. It is also known as the divine passage or sacred temple. The Yoni consists of the entire female genital system. Many of us have chosen to use the word Yoni in preference to vagina as it offers us the opportunity to reclaim the sacredness and power of our sexuality as women, as goddesses. The Yoni is where we find Shakti, the universal creative energy.
A woman’s yoni has been worshipped all over the world. In India the yoni is worshipped as the sacred symbol of the Divine Feminine, referred to as the Devi, the Great Goddess, the source of life, the Universal Womb.
Since the beginning of time, we have created artistic expression for the forces of creation. We see Yoni symbolism as a part of spiritual traditions all over the world. We see the Yoni in naturally occurring rock formations, in Hindu temples, in early Celtic sheela-na-gig carvings as well as images in Japanese ritual. We see it in folk tales, in alchemy, in Tantric practices and in contemporary art.For those of us who practice pagan traditions, we are entering the season of Beltane, the season of the blossoming Earth. Festivals and traditions focus on fertility, creativity and sexuality. Within Goddess Traditions this season is the perfect time for honoring our sexuality as women. I recently attended a small women’s festival here in Austin and presented a Yoni Blessing Rite in the temple. Our theme for the weekend was honoring our women’s bodies. Much of this rite consists of sacred texts from eastern traditions. I offer it to you here, for it is something you may do for yourself if you wish.
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