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  • 01:47

    ANCA STORIES

    in Social Networking

    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for ANCA Stories on Tuesday's. Maria read from Author Christopher K. Germer PhD  "The Mindful Path to self--Compassion"  Chapter 2: Listening To Your Body and play special encored and music. October 1-6-2015 ANCA World Autism Festival, Autism Convention, Interactive Workshops, Delegets Packages includes Experiences walking on Red Carpet, being Photograph by Professionals and Maria Iliou is your Ambassador for Long Island NY for Autism. 

  • 01:57

    ANCA STORIES

    in Social Networking

    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for ANCA Stories on Tuesday's. Maria read book...


    Maria Iliou is your Ambasador for Long Island NY for Autism.

  • 00:30

    Changing Seasons

    in Christianity

    Seemingly, in the Natural, Spring just doesn't want to be consistant. As it is in the Natural, so it is in the Spiritual that the season has just not appeared to have been consistant. The truth of the matter is that it is not been THE SEASON that has been inconsistant, spiritually speaking, it's been you. Learn to accept what God allows to "GROW" you.  He that hath an ear, let him HEAR!!! .

  • 02:00

    Stories From The Heart 20th May 2015

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 00:28

    Liberal Stories, Conservative Stories: Analyze Your Own

    in Psychology

    The current political scene often seems to pit liberals against conservatives with Democrats defined as liberal and Republicans cast as conservative. I suggest that the current political struggles do not reflect the traditional liberal/comnservative dialogue but are perversions and extreme versions of legitimate life stories. The extremes in these struggles reflect a tribalization of political differences which include self-glorification, demonization of opponents and demands for total loyalty to leaders and tribe. Todays discussion will suggest that liberal/conservative differences are one of emphasis, often subtle, between a focus on the environment in which we live and the qualities by which individuals live. Liberals traditionally seek social justice while conservatives seek individual moral integrity and responsibility. I will suggest that we cannot have one without the other and if we try we will produce a country that will reflect either anarchy or totalitarianism. If we psychanalyze our own emphases we can negotiate and take strong stands against the current tearing of American Democracy now taking place.

  • 01:59

    Old Men Stories 05-18-2015

    in Fun

    First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 177: Learning New Tricks & Skills


    Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young


    In this hour you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.


    Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"


    Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits


    Featured Artist Interviews and Their Music:


    1. Pat Boilesen: "Prairie Fire"


    2. Kat Lee: "Free Your Mind"


    3. JC Bonds: "Definition of Love" (Intermission)


    4. Pam Setser: "Too Far Gone"


    5. Carolyn Carter: "Mother's Prayer"


    In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.


    Listen live and join the chat at:  http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com


    Visit "Old Men Stories online at:  http://oldmenstories.org

  • 02:09

    ANCA STORIES

    in Social Networking

    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for ANCA Stories on Tuesday's. Maria Iliou is feature a special show


    Maria Iliou is your Ambassador for Long Island NY

  • 00:30

    Don't Get Stuck in Between Seasons

    in Entrepreneur

    Oftentimes life journey can throw us some curb balls that we do not see coming.  It could be your marriage, your health, your children or on the job.  Even those in business can start their entrepreneurial journey and find themselves not understanding why everything is not as smooth as they hoped it to be.


    I want to take you to a 1960’s sitcom by the name of “Get Smart.”  The sitcom opens by Maxwell Smart walking through numerous doors until he reaches the telephone booth.  For the sake of this blog, I want to focus on the doors.  Let me paint the picture for you, in case you are not familiar with this sitcom.  Maxwell was walking toward the doors and as he approached the door, is when the door opened.  The door did not open ahead of time, nor did Maxwell have to stop for the door to open.  Simultaneously, as Maxwell approached the next door, it opened and he kept walking.


    These doors represent the beginning of new seasons in our lives. You don't want to miss this broadcast.  It is guaranteed to bless your life.


    Upcoming events: http://www.karenpresley.org/Calendar-of-Events

  • 01:56

    How Will You Preserve Stories told by Women? Who Will Tell Our History?

    in Film

    Joining Can We Talk for REAL, Wednesday night will be Dr. Watson, from Real Woman Speak. RWS is dedicated to impacting the lives of women through visual media and print by collecting our stories and preserving our histories So many stories have been lot but so many have been captured and will hold our history forever.Most recently, she was featured on the LGBT Radio Nation Show the topic being Intergenerational Communication. Dr. Watson has also been a guest on the Rhonda Sciortino radio show Crack the Code and the Detroit Area Agency on Aging Senior Solutions Radio Show. Since her retirement, she has ventured into yet another genre, film making. Starting a production company, Reel Women Speak is dedicated to impacting the lives of women through visual media. Women will have the opportunity to become empowered, enhance and develop their quality of life and recalibrate their future, thereby strengthening families and transforming communities. Collective Voices: Wisdom of our Lesbian Elders is her first independent film. Dr. Watson states that “whether it’s in my writing, art or film I have a deep need to recollect traditions and generational legacy, this perhaps comes from listening to stories from my elders specifically, African American women sitting, laughing, talking on porch steps or around the kitchen table.”


    Dr. Debraha Watson describes herself as a mother of two adult children, a film maker, poet, short story writer, essayist, editor and retired higher education administrator. “I can be driven or complacent. Insecure or egotistical like all living creatures I am passing through stages. I am recovering, discovering and growing.” 


     


     

  • 01:59

    Stories From The Heart 13th May 2015

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 00:58

    Conversations with Counselor Mandy: Inspired Stories of HOPE! Elizabeth Berrien

    in Psychology

    Mandy Eppley and Elizabeth Berrien, two of the co-founders of The Respite, A Centre for Grief & Hope, will be unveiling an exciting new online program called Heart Centered Healing. Inspired and created by Elizabeth, this program is yet another extension of her service to those who are hurting and in need of hope and empowerment. Elizabeth is a living example of how The Model of Heart-Centered Grief can have a huge impact on your life.


    Elizabeth is a coach, author, support group facilitator, speaker, spiritual entrepreneur, and proud mom. After the unexpected losses of her husband and son by the age of 27, she has passionately dedicated her life to helping others experience healing, joy, and purpose after loss. She established the unique support community, Soul Widows, in 2010, a supportive space for young widows to become empowered on their journey from grief to hope. Elizabeth’s background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Dance. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in 2004 and attended graduate school at the University of Missouri at St. Louis for Community Counseling in 2008. In 2013, Elizabeth became a Certified Creative Grief Coach. She has also completed Spirit Junkie Master Class Teacher Training Levels 1 and 2 with New York Times bestselling author Gabrielle Bernstein. She believes in the transformative power of the human journey and our sacred stories. Through sharing her own story, she hopes to light the way for others seeking a healthy, heart-centered, and fulfilling life. To connect with Elizabeth further, visit her author website at CreativeGrieving.com.