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Lya K Luck is back to discuss Sexual Healing and the power that the sex energy can produce in your life a.k.a., building your intuition via sex energy.
Healing with Sexual Energy- Check out this article on sexual healing.
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returns with "battling addictions and finding forgiveness".
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Lya K is here to converse about the Luck Factor.
The Wheel of Life: How do we mend our relationships for our financial good?
Social Relationships that are rich in connection and communication are the golden ticket for financial wealth.
Do we have the fortitude and patience to learn what makes people tick in order to find Balance in ourselves and continuity in our relationships.
Lets heal and come to a place of balance!
Hello all this is a special segment show...,I just did an all nighter at the Casino and now I'm in the mood to do an after-hour show based on the nature of luck.
I'll talk about lucky numbers tonight, psychic readings of empowerment, and contemplating the nature of:
The Luck Goddess Kuan Yin and her counterpart The Valkyrie
More convo, I am can be contacted at LyaKLuckcasinoroyale888@gmail.com
Cheers and please enjoy!!!
Hello y'all, its me Lya!
I'm back with more juicy fun and the hidden gems of New Orleans seen through
Call in if you want to discuss my fun happenings.
there really two sides to every woman the slut/the housewife ? who are you?
Synchronicity part 1 towards the end of show.
Lya K picks up from last time with New Orleans part 2
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Lissa Warren’s father needed a retirement companion while his wife and daughter were at work. Enter Ting, a seven-pound Korat who changed his life, and the life of the family. All kittens are mischievous, but Ting “the cat grenade” was real trouble. She was also smart, endearing, and the soul of the Warren family.
In late 2008, Lissa’s father died of a heart attack. The images from that night still haunt her—especially the EKG readout ending in one long, devastating em dash. Less than a year later, Lissa and her mother stared at another EKG readout, this time for Ting. A living feline extension of the man they missed so much—the man they had tried, but failed, to save—she was diagnosed with a potentially fatal heart condition. The only option was to have a human pacemaker implanted in the cat—a procedure even the best animal hospital in Boston hadn’t performed in a decade. Thus they began a medical odyssey on behalf of the little gray cat who had been her father’s shadow—a journey that would prepare one of them for her own serious diagnosis. A gorgeously written memoir about grief, hope, and how pets both complicate and enrich our lives, The Good Luck Cat is a testament to the power of the human—and the feline—spirit. Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to Lissa Warren, author of “The Good Luck Cat!
If the legendary 2012 NFL Draft could be redone, who would you draft first: Russell Wilson or Andrew Luck? Our panelists will explore that along with week 3 in the NFL, week 4 in College Football and SEC dominance plus our Power 5 NFL teams, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and their struggles and much, much more.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh discussed "Responsibility & Luck, Chapter Four" with listeners in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
The purpose of a theory of moral responsibility is to limit moral judgments of persons to their voluntary doings, products, and qualities. However, moral judgments are not the only – or even the most common – judgments of people we commonly make. So what are the various kinds of judgments we make of other people? What are the distinctive purposes and demands of those judgments? What is the relationship between those judgments and a person's voluntary actions, outcomes, and traits? I answered these questions and more in this discussion of Chapter Four of my book,Responsibility & Luck: A Defense of Praise and Blame.
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
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