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ENVISION THIS...Joyful motherhood, constantly evolving, and understanding that love and forgiveness have the power to heal both yourself and your family.
Our guest, Sigrid Kjeldsen, is the mother behind www.thejoyfulmother.com. People often wonder if she walks her talk. “You bet I do!...Each program, webinar, and podcast is meant to inspire that same kind of joyful resourcefulness in you as well.” Besides being a seriously happy camper, Sigrid describes herself as a non-conformist, dare-devil, and grounded idealist.
Sigrid has been working as a life coach since 2003. She is both American and Norwegian – having lived the majority of her life in Atlanta, GA and 14 years in Oslo, Norway. She now resides in Dubai as an expat with her husband and two children.
She will share with us how she helps mothers harness their passion and positivity in concrete ways so that they too can be, have and do all that they wish in this lovely life!
It's a mix of adult fiction, memoir and children's fiction on tonight's Literary New England Radio Show. Tune in for interviews and book giveaways featuring:
Pam Jenoff on The Winter Guest
Jon Keller on Of Sea and Cloud
Sigrid MacRae on A World Elsewhere: An American Woman in Wartime Germany
GA Morgan on The Fog of Forgetting
If you can't listen live, be sure to download as an iTunes podcast or stream from the Literary New England Radio Show archives.
An In-Depth discussion with Sigrid Fry-Revere, founder and CEO of Stop Organ Trafficking Now! This 501c non-profit, non-partisan agency is dedicated to removing barriers to living organ donation by communicating relevant scholarly research to Congress. SOTN! is lobbying Congress, to support living donors by removing financial disincentives that form often insurmountable barriers to Americans who wish to donate organs. Besides huge savings for Medicare, the proposed legislation could close the staggering kidney supply and demand gap, improve the quality of life for hundreds of thousands of Americans waiting for a kidney, strengthen the penalties for illegal organ trafficking, and help decrease exploitation in developing countries.
The efforts of Sigrid and her organization will have a great impact it donations of organs for those with kidney failur.
Dialysis Advocates highly supports their efforts.
Sigrid Fry-Revere, J.D., Ph.D., is the founder and president of the Center for Ethical Solutions, a non-partisan, non-profit, 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to educating the public on issues in patient care ethics. Sigrid is also the medical ethics consultant to the Washington D.C. Regional Transplant Community’s Organ and Tissue Advisory Committee, and just founded a new 501(c)(4) non-profit “Stop Organ Trafficking Now.” She has taught bioethics and law at the university of Virginia and George Mason University; been a consultant to hospitals, hospices, and home health agencies; and practiced health and FDA law. Sigrid’s more than a hundred articles have appeared in newspapers, journals, and trade publications such as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, The Journal of Clinical Ethics, and Pediatric Nursing. Sigrid holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and a law degree, both from Georgetown University. The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery in Iran is her first non-fiction adventure book. She lives with her husband Bob Corn-Revere on a farm in Northern Virginia where they raised their four children. (Full CV available upon request.)
Frank discussions with Dialysis patient's, healthcare workers, doctors and clinics about care issues in Dialysis.
An open forum to help patients and caregivers work together to improve training and the overall health of patients.
Hosted by: Dialysis Advocates LLC
15 years advocating, and consulting within dialysis care.
For more information go to dialysisadvocates.com
"I've enjoyed cultural discovery and solving real life problems my whole life. I started traveling with my parents when I was six. Since then, I've been to more than 40 countries and lived in six of them".
The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery brings together all my passions -- medical ethics, learning about a generally misunderstood culture, and working to solve a critical policy issue -- the organ shortage. With this book, I hope to share these passions with you in an entertaining manner and motivate you to think beyond cultural limitations to help save American lives.
EVENTS: Please see http://www.stoporgantraffickingnow.org/events/ for a list of my live appearances.
All author royalties from my book go to support the Center for Ethical Solutions SOS (Solving the Organ Shortage) project.
Learn how you can get involved in motivating Americans and Congress to make living kidney donation easier and safer in the United States at
Livets håndbok ble gitt ut i 2007 av Kolofon forlag og tjener som hoved verket i en serie med tre bøker om bevissthet, samfunnet og livet. I dette programmet vil Ken Kjeldsen være den som stiller spøramål til Mike om bokens forhistorie, hvordan det ble til, om innholdet og dens relevans til den nye energien og samfunnsendringer som er på vei. Vi snakker også en del om de ulike modellene som brukes innen psykologi og psykiatri . og om hvordan Livets Håndbok løfter vitenskapen noen lysår inn i fremtiden.
Susan Besser, MD, and Jennifer Bright Reich talk with Mommy MD Guides--doctors who are also mothers--about pregnancy and parenting. Call or email us your most pressing parenting concerns. We help moms and moms-to-be lead healthier, happier lives!
This week's guest is Sigrid Payne DaVeiga, MD: a mom of a seven-year-old son and a two-year-old daughter and a pediatric allergist with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, in Philadelphia, PA.
Sigrid Wagner is a certified teacher of both the Alexander Technique and Yoga, and is passionately interested in the application of AT to Yoga to promote safe, effortless movement and unencumbered breathing. She qualified to teach at the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles in the mid-1990s, and currently serves there as a member of the faculty. Sigrid began her Yoga studies at the age of 16 and received her initial certification to teach Yoga in the tradition of Sri T. Krishnamacharya in 1981 from Cheryl Harriman, a student of Indra Devi. She was subsequently certified by the Krishnamacharya Healing and Yoga Foundation and counts among her teachers Gary Kraftsow, Sonia Nelson and T.K.V. Desikachar. Sigrid is also a long-term student and teacher of Vedic Chanting.
The study of historical musicology at UCLA, biochemistry and pre-med at Cal Poly SLO, CSULB, and the University of Maryland, and Sanskrit and Indian philosophy at the University of Heidelberg in Germany comprise her formal educational background. Sigrid resides in Redondo Beach, with her dog, two cats, and nine turtles.
Listen to Jules Mitchell interview Sigrid as she answers the question, "What is the Alexander Technique?"
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Kveldens tidligere annonsert program vil bli viet mindre plass - sendere i sendingen til fordel for en åpen panel diskusjon om begrepet "kjærlighet". "Jeg elsker deg" - Hva betyr det?
Sammen med Mike i kveld er Hilde Aastrup og Ken Kjeldsen og vi inviterer gjester til å ringe inn via Skype ved å klikke på skype symbolet i på blogtalk skjermen mens det er sendetid.
Wearing an outfit designed by Sigrid Olsen is like walking through a meadow in spring. The colorful, animated print enlivens your senses and puts a bounce in your step. Now that she's no longer in the apparel business, Sigrid (a boomer over fifty) has transformed her life and is using her boundless creativity to design ceramics, stationary, prints, and other artwork. She's even leading what she calls "Inspiration Retreats" where she guides participants to unleash their own creative juices. Be certain to tune in and find out the latest about this remarkable artist of our generation. It promises to be a lively discussion you won't want to miss!
Cynthia Echterling was born in and currently lives in Northwest Indiana. In between, she has lived in Georgia,Texas and North Carolina. She was stationed at Fort Bragg while serving in the military. She studied psychology and worked as a employment and training counselor. She has had a long time interest in anthropology, paleontology and cognitive studies. Her fiction asks the question: What does it mean to be Human? Originally a short story, Scavengers won the Sigrid Starke Literary Awards and Purdue University Literary Awards. Torqed: The Quest for Earth began as a dream. She also writes the humorous science fiction series, Help Wanted,Human; autobiographical journals of Stephen Wytrysowski, alien interpreter. She claims Steve is her invisible friend from a parallel universe.