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JOIN US AS WE GIVE A BREAKDOWN OF WHY OUR EMOTIONS ARE SO POWERFUL AND HOW WE HAVE THE CHOICE TO FEEL EVERY EMOTION. THE POWER OF FEELINGS GOING IN ANY DIRECTION REQIURE THE TOOLS OF TRUTH. WE OFTEN CONFUSE THEM AND WE WILL DISCUSS THEM.
UK based Spiritual & Personal Development Coach, Barbara J. Hunt is joining us for Thursday's edition of Mind Magick. Barbara wil be sharing with us the difference between our thoughts and our feelings as well as how to become more skillful at managing both so that we can shift from being "reactive" into being "responsive". Call in to listen at 347-850-8030 and press 1 at any time if you have questions or join us via chat.
Contact Barbara: http://www.evolutionarycoaching.co.uk/ http://www.hushabyeworld.com/
Are you becoming more and more sensitive to energy, emotions, people and places around you? Join Intuitive Life Coach Kelly Smith and Angel Practitioner Andrea Dombecki for a closer look at what it means to be empathic and intuitive and some of the energetic challenges we face. We will teach you how to understand where your energy begins and someone else's energy ends. Join us for this exciting show, as we share with you many techniques, tools and resources for understanding your unique ability to read energy. Call into the show for an intuitive reading as we work with your guides and angels to bring clarity to what you may be experiencing regarding the energy around you.Together we will work with your spiritual team to answer your questions and help you fully understand your spiritual gifts.
Andrea Dombecki is an author, artist and healing arts practitioner. She is a certified angel healing practitioner and is trained in energy healing, theata healing and a variety of other holistic healing modalities. To learn more got to: www.angelfairyhealing.com
Kelly Smith is an intuitive, life coach and hypnotherapist. Her greatest joy is helping you step into your greatness and live life to the fullest! To learn more go to: www.intuitivelifecoachingwithkelly.com
Today we're going to talk about being "In Your Feelings". Its okay to be sometimes, but when is it normal, and downright annoying? Also, we'll talk about Farrah Abraham's sex tape, Who's "IT" is, and finish off with some NBA updates.
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My Cousin Vinny staring Joe Pesci, Marisa Tomei, Ralph Macchio with supporting cast members Mitchell Whitfield and Fred Gwynne. Watch the trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL4HdaZXuOw&noredirect=1 This movie highlights self-esteem issues. Have you ever been in a situation where you felt you didn't "fit in?" This movie literally presents a fish out water scenario that most of us can relate to in some fashion. Did you have self-esteem issues when you were younger or possibly now? Try to catch the movie if you haven't seen it before. If you have, try to watch it again. See what emotions speak to you. Have you been blamed for something you did not do? Have you been to jail or prison? All these situations can shake one's self-esteem to the core or possibly strengthen it once you emerge with all appendages still intact. See how the characters' perspectives change in the film. The absolutely wonderful performance by Fred Gwynne is almost worth watching as much as the other actors if not more! Pay special attention to the facial expressions of Fred Gwynne and the comments he makes almost under his breath. Marisa Tomei won an academy award for her foot-stomping performance, which catapulted her presence in the acting profession. The point here is that all genres of film can provide a means for discussing issues in our lives. I know I have experienced moments where I felt like I had been dropped in a foreign country without knowing the language. Remember, (beside not using "instant" grits "Good Films Evoke Strong Feelings!" I look forward to hearing from you all and hope to enjoy a rousing conversation about what to do in the South when mud gets in your tires! Doc2BBerry.
Feelings are not right, wrong, good or bad. Feelings are the language of your soul. When you bury your feelings, they never die. They just become supressed and repressed until they explode at the wrong time, person, and to the wrong degree.
In this episode, we eplore what feelings are and the healthy and mature ways you can feel and express them.
Overcoming Feelings of Loneliness
1. Psalm 22 – Take your pain to God 2. Psalm 68:4-6 - Ask God to provide family me 3. Matthew 26:36-46 – Realize loneliness is common to all humans 4. 2 Timothy 4:16-18 – Focus on the one who will never leave you 5. Revelation 3:20-22 – Enjoy the company of Christ
Stand by Me is a movie that touches on some of the most important aspects of life: Friendship, loyalty, integrity, childhood, family, and death. Here's a trailer to remind you of the first time you saw it, or to remind you to see it! http://www.imdb.com/video/imdb/vi3398631705/ You can watch the movie on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) on Saturday May 11th, 2013 from 9:30PM -11:15 PM PDT (West coast) plan accordingly. If you miss that or want to watch it now Youtube.com has a six-part version you can catch anytime before next Friday: here is the link:
Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrRbJezTOR4
Follow the link to the other parts once you are there. They are not HD versions, but all parts work. Childhood is a great topic psychologically because it sets the foundation for the rest of our lives. Most of us can remember at least one from childhood (and that is an immense understatement!), that we will never forget or still affects us. Maybe it was a fight your parents had, or your first kiss, fumble or "all the way!" It could be anything even the first time you received an "A" in class; everything seems to matter more in childhood. That probably has more to do with the fact we are so inexperienced as children and childhood is all abut "first times." Do you have a childhood friend that you'll never forget or possibly a bully from your past? Do you still know them? Are they still alive? How about family, were you an oldest, middle, youngest, or only child? Much is made about birth order and it is psychologically supported. This is a movie we can all appreciate; it speaks to all of us. Remember "good films evoke strong emotions!" -Doc2BBerry
Host Jim Ventura (professional Navigational consultant - Astrology, Runes, Tarot, Animal cards etc...) is the author of two metaphysical books and does seminars and classes on many different subjects. Snake Oil is Jim's monthly blog column. Snake Oil radio is a forum for discussion of a wide range of metaphysical subjects with a primary focus on how everyone can learn to fine tune their unique intuitive abilities and skills. Callers may call in toward the end of the live show with questions or comments and some shows include 5 minute free mini navigational consultations. Todays show: Sensitive Suzy. As our intuitive abilities increase there are some tremendous benefits, yet also some real challenges that may surface as well. Our bodies (mental, emotional, intuitive, and physical) become more sensitive. Join me for a live read of my April column and a discussion about how our bodies change as we become more "enlightened."
Join Nick & Joanna for an intersting discussion with Liz Chesla, MA, CYT, writer, and Mom of three, about the benefits of Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and how it can help anyone with the processing of traumas, both physical and emotional, large and small. Learn how TSY is different from a traditional yoga practice, what a student can expect from a series of classes, and how this can be an excellent adjunct to traditional therapy.
TSY is offered at Kalyana Centre every Thursday 10:30 - 11:30 AM with Liz. Pre-registration for the 4-class series is required.
To reach Liz: (917) 405 8031
Book Recommendation - for teachers, clinicians & survivors:
"Overcoming Trauma Through Yoga - Reclaiming Your Body" by David Emerson & Elizabeth Hopper, PhD
www.TheKalyanaCentre.com/calender/ to learn more, confirm schedule & see prices.