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  • 00:18

    Flow and the Unexpected: a Dharma talk with Jaya Julienne Ashmore of Open Dharma

    in Spirituality

    Poetry and texts like the Tao Te Ching will enter this half hour of sharing Dharma with Jaya Julienne Ashmore. 

    The sweetness and the seriousness, the rough and the fine, the fire and the freshness. 
    Together we will touch the paradoxes of life and of our ways of growing ripe.

    We can sense our inner need and love of fluidity, and we can sense where we have grown rigid or stuck in our lives.  Accepting the contrasts and surprises of life and transformation, we can come into a genuine living.

    To listen to other talks and meditations with Jaya and other Open Dharma teachers, please visit


    This talk and other Open Dharma projects are offered on the basis of generosity.

    Please feel free to donate to the Open Dharma nonprofit or to the teachers, who offer their time freelywithout receiving any salary.


  • 01:02

    LOA Paradoxes With Jeannette Maw

    in Spirituality

    Let go and let God, or "make it happen"?  Be very specific about what you want and tell the world or keep it under wraps?  Do vision boards and affirmations or just focus on feeling good? Be very careful about your thoughts or just let it rip? There are so many paradoxes in the way LOA is taught and practiced - what are to make of all this? Special guest, Good Vibe University's Jeannette Maw will help Matt and Phil sort it all out!

  • 00:31

    The 7 Laws of Tehuti - Prayers to the Neter and the gods

    in Spirituality

    Today we will offer prayer to the Neter and the gods of the universe. We will examine the 7 Laws of Tehtui and elaborate on each. 

    Begin your journey towards the greater self you envision. We will examine the 7 laws to align ourselves with the real and the not-real.  Yet even though the not-real is real.  All paradoxes may be reconciled.

    I will strip all western influences from today’s lesson and all future lessons.  We know that KMT translate to ‘The Black Land’ and it is a description of its people.  Come join us and I hope we can grow and expand infinitely together.

    Who am I:

    Tehuti Ma'at-Ra

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  • 00:08

    The Argument from Efficient Causality for the Existence of God (Part 2)

    in Religion

    The Reasons to Believe #43

    Our Reasons to Believe Scripture passage for today is 2 Corinthians 10:5-6. It reads, "Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ; And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled." 

    Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from Randy Alcorn. He said, "While Western atheists turn from belief in God because a tsunami in another part of the world caused great suffering, many brokenhearted survivors of that same tsunami found faith in God. This is one of the great paradoxes of suffering. Those who don't suffer much think suffering should keep people from God, while many who suffer a great deal turn to God, not from him."

    Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "The Argument from Efficient Causality for the Existence of God" (part 2) from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli:

    Why do we  need an uncaused cause? Why could there not simply be an endless series of things mutually keeping each other in being?

    This is an attractive hypothesis. Think of a single drunk. He could probably not stand up alone. But a group of drunks, all of them mutually supporting each other, might stand. They might even make their way along the street. But notice: Given so many drunks, and given the steady ground beneath them, we can understand how their stumblings might cancel each other out, and how the group of them could remain (relatively) upright. We could not understand their remaining upright if the ground did not support them --- if, for example, they were all suspended several feet above it. And of course, if there were no actual drunks, there would be nothing to understand.


  • 00:46

    Chris McDaniel

    in Politics

    Can you hate the federal government but love the money it spends on you?
    The electoral earthquake that was Mississippi's Republican Senate primary has pushed this question to the forefront of American politics. E.J. Dionne
    The Mississippi Paradox
    "Our anti-Washington politics has been to make sure that we got as much of it here as we could," he said. "You've got the tea party excited that they've corralled a big spender, but he was bringing it back to Mississippi. That's the paradox of all paradoxes."Marty Wiseman, former director of the Stennis Institute


  • 02:01

    95ers Movie Interview

    in Hobbies

    Dungeon Crawlers Radio welcomes  to the show writer/director Tom Durham, talking about his new movie, 95ers: Time Runners.

    In the distant future, the Reckoning will devour the Earth.  Time machines provide an escape into the past, where refugees and fugitives seek new homes and lives.  But their troubles follow them…

    Soon, their wars and intrigues span thousands of years, warping history and creating explosive timespace paradoxes.

    For reasons known only to a few, the great timespace rift known as Interstate 95 is the most important battleground. And there, the 95ers—human time machines—are born. They are the warriors, the pawns, and the heroes who will either save the world, or unravel time and choice into oblivion.

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  • 00:29

    Speaker and Author, Sandy Galiano Shares Her Passion and Secrets to Life

    in Women

    The Global Sisterhood speaks with author Sandy Galiano about motivation, passion and empowerment of women that are all ages from across the world. Sandy has written 3 books: Umbrellas in the Rain, A Memoir; Umbrellas in the Rain: Find Forgive Accept Yourself; and Mom and Dad Say I Have to Go to College . Her passion is to share her own wisdom and happiness so that she may influence others through positive peer pressure. As you travel through the paradoxes of life let Sandy be your guide with tools of the heart, mind, and soul. 

  • 01:00

    Staying Balanced in an Unbalanced World

    in Spirituality

    Sue Graywolf Petruzzi and Vicki Ainsworth welcome you to join them on Sunday 19th Jan at 1pm MST, 2pm CST, 8pm GMT for this week’s Women’s Healing Circle Radio Show.

    Staying Balanced in an Unbalanced World...

    Stephen R. Covey was quoted as saying, “We are not human beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.”  Boy does this human journey test’s us along the way!

    There is so much out there to test our patience and solitude, and before you know it you’re out of touch with your true self and at odds with others.

    Balance is the key and like most key things in life, it’s simple but not easy!

    Life tends to throw many things at us that can tip the scales, send us off in a tail spin, and make us feel disjointed. We are living our human journey in this wonderfully paradoxical world that constantly tries to throw us off balance. Sometimes no matter what we do we still feel as we are heading in the wrong direction.

    Once we accept what life throws are way, once we understand that is it our choice as to what meaning we give to our journey, we can then truly bring balance into our lives.

    On today’s show Sue and Vicki will be chatting about ways to simplify life, find a middle ground with all the paradoxes and keep those scales balanced!

    See you across the airwaves.

    The Women's Healing Radio Show is part of Ciracle Radio, to find out more about us visit www.sotem.org

    You can also follow us on facebook http://www.facebook.com/sotem.org

  • 01:59

    Supreme Sense with 1SupremeGoddess = Politics As Usual ...

    in Politics Conservative

    10/20/2013 Supreme Sense with 1SupremeGoddess = Monday, at 7:30pm Eastern ... 
    ::lesigh:: .... Yes, it's just another day of Paradoxes, Hypocricies, Scandals & Disappontments .... in other words, Politics as Usual!
    Everyday its just more of the same, just LOTS MORE OF IT, isn't it.
    ObamaNONCare vs Healthcare, Manipulative Shutdowns, Astronomical Deficits, Scandals, Glitches, Media Lies & Manipulations, ... Overwhelming, upsetting, disappointing & discouraging! .... More Politics as Usual!
    With the latest "kick the can down the road" move what do YOU think we should do to get out of this vicious cycle?
    What are YOUR concerns for the future?
    Call in & let me know!
    Join active chat roll or Call:  914-338-1458, to participate in the discussions & let me know what YOU think.
    We WILL get through these stormy seas TOGETHER!

  • 01:59

    Reflections on Truth and Paradox

    in Podcasting

    Theories of truth, paradoxes, validity, truth-invariance, and paraconsistent dialethicism

  • 02:59

    What is wisdom?

    in Spirituality

    I will discuss the paradoxes of the 21st-century information age:

    1. Despite having online social networks that allow us to communicate through text, most of us communicate through images and thus don't really communicate.

    2. We live in the information age, but not the communication age. We can easily acquire information and produce information, but we still don't know how to have a great conversation. 

    3. We live in the age of self-expression, but not in the age of relationships. So many of us are so busy expressing ourselves that we don't make time to question, listen, relate, and learn from other people around us.