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    Understanding Universal Laws Part 2

    in Self Help

    We have all heard of the Law of Attraction, but did you know that the Universe is governed by other spiritual laws as well?  In this episode of Coach Café, hosts and Law of Attraction life coaches, Estra Roell and Kathleen Martin will continue to teach about the other Universal Laws that, if you understand them, will help you to live with more consciousness and greater ability to create your life the way you most desire.  Estra and Kathleen will discuss what is meant by a universal law, what these laws are and how to work in harmony with them in your life to live with more ease and joy!


    Find your hosts:


    Kathleen Martin, LOACC: www.KathleenMartinCoaching.com and Sign up for your Quick Coaching 5 Part Audio Series!


    Estra Roell, LOACC: www.AmericasLifePurposeCoach.com and Sign up for your free interactive Visioning Report!


    And be sure to visit us at www.CoachCafeRadio.com to keep up with all that's happening and get your free Self-Empowerment Gifts!


     

  • 00:56

    Taboo Talk Celebrating Minority Mental Health Month with Mike Veny

    in Spirituality

    Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest starring Mike Veny. 


    Mike Veny is a sought after keynote speaker and professional drummer. He delivers entertaining, engaging, and educational experiences to conferences and events throughout the world.  After filing for bankruptcy at age 25 and reading the book, The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber, Mike made the decision (on the way to the bankruptcy court) to commit all of his efforts to being a successful entrepreneur. His product idea stood out clearly in his mind – his drumming.  Today Mike is fiercely committed to the idea that success in business and entrepreneurship is spiritual success. His core message is “You need to develop and consistently nurture relationships in order to be successful”.  For more information on Mike Veny please visit his website: www.transformingstigma.com. Mike can be reached at mike@transformingstigma.com

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    Sunday's with Dr. Shawn - "How then shall I live?"

    in Christianity

    Have you ever wondered how exactly, as a believer, you are to live out your daily life?  The simple stuff, the every day.


    In the thousands of emails and messages I receive each week from this program, one of the most common questions I receive is, "How am I supposed to live now that I am a Christian, Messianic Jew or Follower of the Way of Christ?"


    It is a great question!  It is also a question that many already have been a Christian for years christian's are afraid to ask.  In this message I give the straight up Truth from well explained Scripture, how then we shall live.


    Join me today at 5:30pm EST for this powerful message.  I know it will bless you!  Also, feel free to share it with a friend!  Would you also consider subscribing to my show page?  It is easy, only takes a minute, and that way you will receive reminders of my speaking schedule and free downloads.  


    Don't forget our awesome and newly renovated website:  www.theninjapastor.com for great content.


    Follow me on Twitter @theninjapastor and on Facebook at:  www.facebook.com/GodInCountryRadio


    Thank you!

  • 00:59

    Psychiatric Nurse Shares How He Healed Himself Using Holistic Healing Techniques

    in Self Help

    This episode highlights a conversation with a psychiatric nurse - Joel Ayapana - author of The Book of Positive Light and how he healed himself from anxiety and depression using alternative healing modalities like Sacretherapy versus the traditional model. 


    This show is an extension of the book: From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy® – Alternative Holistic Descriptions & Healing Processes for 170 Mental & Emotional Diagnoses Worldwide, by Amelia Kemp, Ph.D., LMHC – Licensed Psychotherapist and Metaphysician. Listeners may call in questions toll-free to: 1-347-677-0795 or send questions via website to: www.DrAmeliaKemp.com (Click the Radio Show link). Also, please feel free to visit and like us on www.Facebook.com/drameliakemp . 

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    What's Your Excuses ? w/ Professor Omar A. Muhammad

    in Motivation

    Join this eppisode when we discuss how to go from stagnant to living the life you desire. King's University Professor, Omar A. Muhammad will join me in this life-changing discussion.


    www.oumconsulting.com - couples counseling


    www.coreworkulm.com - Counseling/Healing Work


     


     


     


     

  • 01:29

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

    in Culture

    Hosted By:


    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


    Join the Host tonight as she welcomes her guests Al Santana and Madeline Anderson to discuss an essential collection of major works done by activist New York-based Black independent filmmakers. TELL IT LIKE IT IS: Black Independents in New York, From 1968 to 1986 will be presented over a two-week span from February 6 to February 19 at Lincoln Center in New York City.

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    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

    in Culture

    Hosted By:


    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


     


     

  • 01:30

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

    in Culture

    Tell it Like it Is: Black Independent Filmmaking in NYC 1968-1986


    The Film Society of Lincoln Center – Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center and Walter Reade Theater 


    Friday, February 6th – Thursday, February 19th 


    Tonight’s program highlights the opening night film, “Losing Ground” by Kathleen Collins.


    Guests include co-producer and director of cinematography, Ronald Gray and Nina Collins, daughter of the late Kathleen Collins.


    Ronald Gray is a filmmaker, musician and photographer. Working in film, he has been a producer, director, cinematographer and editor. His first film was the multi-award-winning Transmagnifican Dambamuality (1976), which also received two Creative Arts Program grants and one American Film Institute grant. Gray collaborated with Kathleen Collins as co-producer, cinematographer and co-editor on The Cruz Brothers and Miss Malloy and Losing Ground. 


    Nina Collins' mother, Kathleen Collins’s film career began in 1972. She was working at Channel Thirteen as an editor when she met Ronald Gray. Rejected by the WNET filmmaker-training program, he crashed and sat in on the course anyway, and that’s where they first met. A couple years later Ronald heard that Kathleen was teaching at City College. The first class he took with her was in the Speech department, where the assignment was to analyze how three speeches by Malcolm X changed over time.    

  • 01:21

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

    in Culture

    Hosted By:


    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


    Co-Host Sabrina Schmidt Gordon is currently the co-director of The Black Documentary Collective, an organization founded by renowned documentary filmmaker, St. Clair Bourne. Sabrina is a film editor and producer who made her editing debut with an Emmy-winning episode of WGBH’s Greater Boston Arts series. She is the co-producer and editor of HIP-HOP: BEYOND BEATS AND RHYMES, a documentary about manhood and gender politics in mainstream HipHop that premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and was broadcast nationally on PBS' Independent Lens. 


    Jessica Green is the Cinema Director of Maysles’ Cinema, host of the upcoming series on Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck. She is also associate producing an adaptation of Henry James' The Beast In the Jungle and producing a documentary on Graffiti titled Anything You Can Get Away With. She got her new media sea legs as the executive editor of BET.com from 2000 independent hip hop magazine Stress (1994-2001). 


    Jake Perlin is currently the Programmer at Large for The Film Society of Lincoln Center, host of the upcoming series “Tell It Like it Is: Black Independents in NYC 1968-1986” opening on February 6th. He is the Executive Director of Artists Public Domain, a nonprofit film production and consultation organization that includes Cinema Conservancy, which preserves and releases works of American independent cinema. From 2003 to 2011, he was the Associate Film Curator at BAMcinématek and in 2013, he co-programmed the New Yawk New Wave series with Bruce Goldstein at Film Forum.


     

  • 01:32

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

    in Culture

    Hosted By:


    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


     


     

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