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Just coming out of a 4 day ceremony with High Shaman of Peru, medicine woman Annique will share her experience and sacred medicine with you. Download this sacred moment of shamanic landscaping your inside and outside worlds.
Medicine Woman Annique shares her gifts of healing alchemy freely with you. Each week we start with a short meditation, and then we discuss different pathologies and receive gifts of alchemy to heal these topics. In this unique show Annique takes live caller's requests for alchemical healing. Recieving from source, the real touching the real, frequency dissipates distortion and light dispells the illusion of underlying disease that separates us from our greater oneness with all of its healing potential. High alchemy healing is the medicine of moment and the future.
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meditaion music: the seven breaths of eternal life by Almine
exerpts from Poetry of Dreaming by Almine
A special thanks to my teacher Almine for the gifts she has brought forth, and to Roman Hanis for his teachings and blessings.
Michael Shawn Kelly & Blinda Ann Kelly, owners of Mirror Lake Designs, will entertain you with landscaping ideas, reviews and more. Mirror Lake Designs is an award-winning landscape architectural company serving The Woodlands TX, Spring TX, Houston TX and the surrounding areas.
On today's show discover how to make your livable garden kid-friendly and the difference between a horticulturist and a landscape architect. Stay tuned if you ever wondered whether a backyard pool is worth the investment.
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Join us as we talk with Steven Letz, Letz Design Landscape, to find out the hottest trends in eco-friendly landscaping.
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Last year, the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains talked with the Gateway Garden Railroad Club and during that episode, talked with members about plant selection and ground cover for a garden railroad. After many listeners expressed an interest and suggested we do a whole show about choosing the right landscaping and plants. We listened and lined up several garden experts from different parts of the country including Edward Assaf from the Long Island Garden Railway Society,; Mike Kdiman, Kidman Tree Farm and Reindeer Pass Railway Supply; Rae Ann Banks, a member of the Denver Garden Railway Society; Nancy Norris, the Bay Area Railroad Society Outreach Director and contributing editor to Garden Railroad Magazine; and Jane Clarke, the Gateway Garden Railroad Club's Landscape Gardener to have a round table discussion and take your calls.
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Welcome to Medicine Walk radio with your favorite hosts visionaire Galan of Gaia and cosmic love bearer Annique of Gaia. In today's show our hosts gift you with becoming the heart of Earth. Listen in and change the world.
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What do DIY TV hosts build at their own homes? We ask This Old House and Ask This Old House’s Kevin O’Connor what he DIYs when he’s not on TV with Tom Silva, Norm Abram, Rich Trethewey, and Roger Cook.
Starting out as a guest on Ask This Old House, Kevin became host of the both shows and works side-by-side with “Tommy and the guys". He’s seen first hand what it takes to bring a This Old House project to life. From urban remodels to country homes, plumbing nightmares to luscious landscapes Kevin take us through the process of building and fixing our homes from frame to finish to final details. But what does he build, make and fix when the cameras aren’t rolling and the clients aren’t there?
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Episode 47 – 07/23/2014 – Don't be scared, but be respectful
Big alligator allegedly chases children from a pond in Texas;
Nick’s unplugging project - using technology as a tool not a noose;
The inability to fix your own cars due to current technology;
Remember the music industry? It’s in big trouble;
Scorched Earth landscaping - great for hot climates;
Passing personages and respect for the departed;
Terry’s book report of the week.
About our program:
Hell No! the radio show is a socially conscious water cooler talk show about what’s going on in the world as we feature guests and callers who express their thoughts. Hell No! is friendly, funny, real and focused on empowering the truth. We give a voice to people left in the dust. This program is not democratic, fascist, politically correct or a place for sacred cows. We do advocate peace, critical thought, education, reading and social awareness.
Email us! HellNoTheRadioShow@gmail.com and to find other episodes you can play on demand anytime, please Like us on Facebook.com/HellNoTheRadioShow and follow us on Twitter @HellNoRadioShow.
and welcome back this week to our Clips and Tips Segment! It's a great Wednesday and we have a great topic of discussion ahead for you. Summertime is in full force and that means a great time for outdoor's entertainment, backyard barbecues, and lots of festive activites to engage upon.. Yep, what a great time to dress up that patio, and our yards to help enhance and even provide an extension of our homes with some added character! Tonight we address several elements in Patio Landscaping and the latest trends for decoration with outdoor's entertaining.. So join us tonight!
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Thinking about adding a DIY fire feature to your backyard, but low on budget? We got this covered with help from Ahmed Hassan.
From easy low-budget DIY fire pits to mega-amazing fire features, we're talking with DIY Network's original 'Yard Crashers' host Ahmed Hassan about his favorite ways to bring fire features into the backyard.
Ahmed is a California licensed Landscape Contractor (C-27), and PLANET Certified Landscape Maintenance Technician. In addition to hosting 'Yard Crashers,' Ahmed also has contributed to numerous DIY Network shows including, “The Dirt On…,” “Green Me Up,” and “Blog Cabin.”
Join us as Celebrity Designer and Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate Dream Team member Carson Arthur stops by to help his Social Media Girlfriends® turn their outdoor living space into fabulous!
Carson started his television career as a behind-the-scenes prop coordinator for a national garden call-in show. With international coverage, he has become a voice of environmentally-friendly landscape design on a global scale.
With his first series, Room to Grow, Carson created inspired outdoor spaces for homeowners and taught a generation of viewers how to increase their own living spaces by expanding outside. Carson stars as a Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate member in the Home, First Home® series on The Better Show. In addition, he also anchors the Critical Listing team for HGTV Canada as he renovates the outdoor spaces for listed homes that need a little shock treatment.
When not in the dirt, Carson stays busy building, planting, writing or designing as a featured guest on CityLine, and as a contributing writer for Wal-Mart’s upcoming retail magazine.
Be sure to TUNE in and TWEET us on Twitter during our interactive show! It’s easy - follow our host @DabneyPorte and our guest @CarsonArthur and be sure to add our Community Hashtag #SmGirlfriends to join the conversation LIVE during our show!
Planting shrubs and trees not only beautifies our homes, but also allows us to dig in the dirt and develop a closer relationship with nature. There can be many factors and considerations that go into landscaping and choosing plants, but one may be overlooked. Can you landscape your home in a more sustainable way? And could you actually landscape in a way that helps to prevent damage from natural disasters? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Cassy Aoyagi, an Expert is Sustainable Landscaping. As it turns out, there are things we can do to landscape in a more sustainable fashion and also help minimize damage from natural disasters. Great information to have!
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