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Are you teaching your children to truly take care of themselves and fill their own needs? Or have you made choices that leave your child dependent on you? Naturally we all want to keep our children safe, and of course we like to see them happy, but if we truly want to support our children expanding and growing then we need to foster their confidence in the Universe and their knowing of all they are capable of creating.
Join us for part 3 of a four part series created from a small group gather in October, 2014 with Delrae J Bantz, Life Strategist, Open Channel and visionary owner of the Life Learning Center of Self.
Todays show will host a lot of different commentary and will lead into our main topic of " Intra-Racism " between African Americans specifically but may branch off to the troubles in other cultures.
It is not uncommon for adult children of alcoholics to attract energy beings who are very similar to their parents. It is quite common in fact for adult children to attract alcoholics as partners and to have children with drug and alcoholc issues. I hear some wondering, "But how could this be? I did not drink, and I hated my father who was an alcoholic. How could I have attracted a spouse who drinks and have children who drink and do drugs?" The reality Dear One, is that we attract what we are on a vibrational level, and your childhood experiences have created certain emotional set points. These set points are no different than a radio station. So like moths to a flame, children who have been abused by alcoholics are tuned up for alcoholics. Why? Because ACoA's understand the dysfunctional love language of an alcoholic, and or narcissistic, denial based being. While a non-codependent being would avoid alcoholics whose actions might not match what is comign out of his/her mouth, and ACoA sees these beings as needing sympathy, help, or love. In addition, because their idea of love is evasive, complicated and confusing, ACoA's match up their energies perfectly with beings who are more than willing to be evasice, complicated and confusing. Taking a Toxic Vibrational Fast is a Fast Pass Way to Facilitate Emotional Healing.
WHAT DO OU CHILDREN THINK OF US?
Who are the Children of Now? What attributes are they sharing with the world? It is love, compassion, healing and energy, can you see it? Can you feel it? Why are we so bent on changing the children of today and demanding they fit our boxes of how we grew up, what our ancestors believe to be real or what medical science states is a fact? Can we let these children be, observe their every interaction and learn to live as they?
My guest is Dr. Meg Losey, author of The Children of Now: Evolution: How We Can Support the Fast-Forward Evolution of Our Children and All of Humanity will be sharing her research on the evolution of children over the last few decades. She is a national and international Keynote Speaker and also the recipient of the Culture of Peace Award.
For more information on Dr. Meg visit her website: www.SpiritLite.com
WHAT ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO PROPERLY RAISE BRIGHT CHILDREN OUT A DYING BLACK RACE? IS THIS REALLY NECESSARY TO KNOW & WHY? CAN GOOD CHILDREN BE REARED IN THIS SOCIETY AMONGST BAD ONES? ARE CHILDREN MISSING SOMETHING IN SINGLE PARENT HOMES? WHAT IS THIS SOCIETY DOING TO THOSE CHILDREN & PARENTS WHO HAVE NO INSTRUCTION? FIND OUT THE ANSWERSTO THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Let's talk everything ebola. How it came out, proceedures, how it spread, is it population control. Bill gates Involvement, etc. The vaccines, the medicines, it's attack on Africa, the support from African puppet governments, etc.
YO MOMMA BLACK SHOW SCHEDULE
Monday: The Love Jones - With Renee & Dawah (Relationships)
Wednesday: Run Down With Renee - With Renee (Social)
Thursday: Speak It Like You Think It - With Naj (Sports)
Saturday: Organise Or Perish Show With Marcus & Meshiah (Politics/Social)
Sunday: PAST (Problems And Solutions Show) With Peter & Mojo (Economics)
Topics discussed: Child Sex Trafficking, Child Sex Exploitation, Internet Crimes against Children, Missing and Exploited Children, Aggravated Physical Abuse, and Questionable parenting
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Healthy self esteem is a quality children learn in an environment where they are valued and encouraged. Unless such encouragement is strongly present in the home, a child living in a racially hostile environment may internalize feelings of inferiority which become a permanent part of the personality. Some areas of the USA, the deep south and even many northern urban areas, have become dangerous places for black males to live because of a pervasive climate of racial hostility. How is this affecting the self esteem, expectation of achievement, motivation, and sense of self worth of young men who are seeing themselves shot down daily by either supposed "gang" members or police who use the excuse that they are shooting a "gang" member? Parents who have been conditioned to accept being ignored and underserved by the elected officials whose salaries they pay through their tax dollars may not know how to instill in their children the instinct to fight back. How do we teach our children that they not only have a right to justice, but that they have the power to obtain it? How do we make voter education and voter registration part of the household culture? Tanjila Lippett of Orlando Florida shares her horrific story as a parent who did all the right things, yet saw her son shot down by police through the window of a church last January while he attended Bible study. A year later, this southern community remains too paralyzed in fear to mobilize against the offending officer, and Tanjila finds herself courageously standing alone in a quest for justice. How do families band together to provide a sense of safety for their children and how does a community fight back against centuries old traditions of racial oppression? Is it time to reach out to our greater extended human family across the country and across the world?
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