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Last month we opened the door to discussions on the frequency of communications that are non-traditional. We will be continuing this conversation and will allow our callers to help guide where the show takes us.
As your moderator, I will encourage callers who have their own point of view, or have questions on the topic we've been discussing. This show has always been open to people who sincerely want to engage in open discussions about #SacredScience, Spirituality as it can build tolerance in our world, and metaphysical techniques that help us to expand our consciousness in order to become the future human - the Quantum Human whom I have seen in my own mystical experiences.
Show starts at 11 am CST - oops I think there is a time change that day. Just remember that I'm broadcasting from Tulsa, Oklahoma and you'll be able to figure the time out if you live elsewhere.
Name of the radio show on blogtalkradio is: The Multiple You Universe. There's a reason for that name, and we'll be talking about our marvelous universe and how complex it is, but how metaphysics can help us understand its complexity from the sacred point of view which is much easier to understand.
Loving good will to everyone. Rev. Cassandra Martin, Independent New Thought Minister
This show will discuss the effects segregation had on black businesses, families, and black unity in the 50’s and 60’s. Was segregation better for blacks? Would segregation be beneficial for blacks today?
“It resumed being a vital black community until segregation was overturned by the Federal Government during the 1950s and 60s. Desegregation encouraged blacks to live and shop elsewhere in the city, causing Greenwood to lose much of its original vitality. Since then, city leaders have attempted to encourage other economic development activity nearby.”
“Not only did African Americans want to contribute to the success of their own shops, but also the racial segregation laws prevented them from shopping anywhere other than Greenwood”
White owned business – $10.3 Trillion
Asian owned business- $513.9 billion
Hispanic owned business- $345.2 billion
Black owned business- $137.4 billion
Black people make up the second largest population in America, are one of the largest consumers, but generate less business income than other races.
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Tonite (10.23.2013) we covered:
Slavery in India, Red China, Africa and elsewhere. We also explained the problem of economic slavery, political slavery, religious slavery and philosophical slavery.
A school teacher who was murdered by a 13 year old student.
The greedy bishop of Germany spent $42 million to rennovate his residence.
The UN finally discovered that air pollution causes cancer. In 2010 233,000 people worldwide died from cancer caused by air pollution.
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The Vision for “Rural Prosperity and Health” starts with the promotion of literacy, the creation of economic development opportunities, the empowerment of women, improvement in the detection and treatment of chronic illnesses and diseases. With the emphasis on literacy, Senator Rains has dedicated much of his time, efforts and resources on building libraries, providing books, recruiting teachers, and health care professionals for undeveloped and rural villages in Nepal and India, and other remote countries where he does the majority of his work. His hope is to inspire others to undertake similar action, in their own communities or elsewhere in the world.
Omer Rains received both his B.A. (Political Science) and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of California at Berkeley. Senator Rains served for many years as the President & Chairman of the Board of Rural Education and Development (READ) Global. During this time READ built over 50 libraries in rural and remote areas of Nepal, India and Bhutan. With a passion for travel and outdoors, he has been to over 120 countries.
Esther Gokhale (Go-clay) has been involved in integrative therapies all her life. As a young girl growing up in India, she helped her mother, a nurse, treat abandoned babies waiting to be adopted. This early interest in healing led her to study biochemistry at Harvard and Princeton and, later, acupuncture at the San Francisco School of Oriental Medicine.
After experiencing crippling back pain during her first pregnancy and unsuccessful back surgery, Gokhale began her lifelong crusade to vanquish back pain. Her studies at the Aplomb Institute in Paris and years of research in Brazil, India, Portugal and elsewhere led her to develop the Gokhale Method, a unique, systematic approach to help people find their bodies’ way back to pain-free living.
Gokhale has practiced acupuncture and taught posture, dance and yoga in her Palo Alto wellness center for over twenty years. Esther's Gokhale Method continues to grow as qualified Gokhale Method teachers now teach her method worldwide.
Gokhale's book, 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back, has sold over 75,000 copies and has been translated into six languages. In 2010, Gokhale hosted the nationally televised program Back Pa
A View From The Hill - The Rugby League Supporter's Program.
The NRL Grand Final has come and gone. Tune in to A View From The Hill to hear a full review of the Roosters vs Sea Eagles decider with Anthony, Daniel, Nathan and Steve. There's also plenty of news on what's happening elsewhere:
Updates on the Rugby League World Cup. A review of last week's NSW Cup Grand Final between Cronulla and Windsor. Plus there's an interview with our fan of the week, Adrian Wright from St George. And we'll hear what other fans are saying around the LeagueUnlimited forums.
Last but not least, as part of our summer edition, A View From The Hill will be talking Cricket!
Hello from Washington DC. We will be discussing mental health legislation, the shutdown, and all the other hot topics of the day, but we will get to as many callers as we can. Mental Health is a growing issue in the United States and elsewhere, and one our healthcare community is struggling with. The Shutdown is just astounding, that a few extremists in Congress can shut the Federal Government down. We welcome your thoughts and concerns on this topic -
You are joining us here on the Rapid Radio Network (RRN) - the number to dial is: (347) 996-3187 – thanks for listening to us last week - and thanks to all who downloaded the show - sit back and enjoy!
Stop Treating the WHAT, Find and Fix the WHY! You know, it's so easy to find someone to treat or manage your Migraines and Headaches. If you're looking for the next best treatment, please look elsewhere! However, if you feel like you've "Tried Everything" and still haven't gotten any long-lasting relief, DON'T YOU DARE MISS THIS PROGRAM!
The young boy was 10 years old and he stabbed a classmate. It was unknown what he used. He was placed in a holding tank waiting for his mother's arrival. But she was afraid to ask to get off early to tend to her child in fear of being fired. There is something very wrong with this picture.
Non-violent offenders are being put in with violent offenders only to pick up on their behavior while waiting for their orders to be placed elsewhere. This is creating more violent crimes instead of resolving any issues at hand when they are let out back into society.
Parents and the community need to take a strong hold in finding solutions and avenues in keeping our kids off the streets and out of gangs, so they don't fall victim to the system. Please join me in live talk in discussing this crucial topic.
A View From The Hill - The Rugby League Supporter's Program, The NRL Grand Final weekend has arrived to A View From The Hill! Listen in to a full preview of the Roosters vs Sea Eagles showdown as Rob, Daniel, Nathan and Steve rattle off their predictions. There's also plenty of news on what's happening elsewhere in the world of Rugby League:
A review of the Dally Ms, and who should have won. A review of the Queensland Cup Grand Final between the Easts Tigers and Mackay Cutters. Plus there's an interview with our fan of the week, Mario Fachini from the Sydney Roosters. And we'll hear what other fans are saying around the LeagueUnlimited forums. Last but not least, there's Alby's preview of Sunday's NSW Cup Grand Final between Cronulla Sharks Vs Windsor Wolves. If you'd like to have your thoughts aired, feel free to email email@example.com
MTFBWY Episode starts 11:00 AM (AEST), Saturday 5th October 2013
Based on a true story, Zen Entrepreneurship is about succeeding in life while walking a spiritual path. Rizwan Virk has found a unique way to share the wisdom he learned along the way in an entertaining narrative format, augmented by specific end-of-chapter techniques, lessons and assignments for the person who wants a real formula for walking the Path of the Career Warrior. But if you think this is a book simply about the metaphysics of blending business with spirituality, think again! It's an extraordinarily valuable guide for the business leader or entrepreneur with lessons learned from an experienced start-up expert information you aren't likely to find elsewhere, but could make or break a business. This interview originally aired on the Transformation Talk Radio network and WBLQ.