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  • 00:30

    The Moral Menace of Psychologized Man Vanished Beneath the Genesis Flood

    in Spirituality

    This episode of A Sound Heart will investigate the end of the mythos of psychologized man.  Psychologized man was the creation of persons who greeted the dawning of the 20th century with psychotherapy.  A philosophical tenet which believed that one could probe the dephts of the human psyche with talk.  This technique assumed an amazing power differential.  It gave power to the questioner and no power to the questioned individual.  However, later the depht psychologists found that at the deeper levels of the psyche man was/is filled with dark designs, and harrowing motives. God is still saving souls ruined by the sin. 

  • 00:30

    Traumatic Stress and Black America

    in Current Events

    Every therapist agrees that the impact of a traumatic event goes beyond physical damage. The emotional toll can result in a wide range of intense emotions and it takes time to recover emotional equilibrium. Being Black in America can be extraordinarily stressful.  Being treated as “second class” citizen, called names, and being excluded shatter all sense of security, causing feelings of helpless and vulnerability in a dangerous world where  feelings of anxiousness and  uncertainty.  These unsettling thoughts and feelings can only fade if life circumstances change. How to cope with feelings of injustice, racism and covert discrimination is a topic of debate in many Black American communities.


    People react in different ways to traumatic events. There is no “right” or “wrong” way to think, feel or respond. The American public is intolerant of the reactions and feelings of Black Americans in Baltimore when they rioted protesting the murder of an unarmed Black American man. The city was put under curfew and the street activists were called “thugs”. There was no effort to send in counselors to help the “traumatized” people with the emotional event. 


    Persons who ignore feelings will slow the healing process; however, in the Black community, “forgive and forget” is the tenet. Following the killing of nine Black people in Charleston, South Carolina in a church during a prayer meeting by a young White American, statements of “we forgive him” were made before the dead was buried. That is not benevolence; that is denial.


     The symptoms of traumatic stress include physical manifestations as well as emotional, such as, pounding  heart, feelings of choked up, stomach churning, racing thoughts, raised blood pressure, headaches and difficulty sleeping. 


     

  • 00:31

    Social Justice in United States of America: Part 2

    in Current Events

    Social justice imposes on each of us a personal responsibility to work with others to design and continually perfect personal and social development. The term "social justice" was seen by the U.N. "as a substitute for the protection of human rights [and] first appeared in United Nations texts during the second half of the 1960s. At the initiative of the Soviet Union, and with the support of developing countries, the term was used in the Declaration on Social Progress and Development, adopted in 1969.


    The Quran contains numerous references to elements of social justice. Charity and assistance to the poor – concepts central to social justice – are and have historically been important parts of the Islamic faith. The notion of social justice first surfaced in Western thought and political language in the wake of the industrial revolution and the parallel development of the socialist doctrine. It emerged as an expression of protest against what was perceived as the capitalist exploitation of labor and as a focal point for the development of measures to improve the human condition.


    Many authors criticize the idea that there exists an objective standard of social justice.Some people accept some of the basic principles of social justice, such as the idea that all human beings have a basic level of value, but disagree with the tenet that all people are equally entitled to the respect of their fellowmen.Some scholars reject the very idea of social justice as meaningless, religious, self-contradictory, and ideological, believing that to realize any degree of social justice is unfeasible, and that the attempt to do so must destroy all liberty. 

  • 01:00

    DTBM: Marriage 101: "Subjection" That's the Subject

    in Spirituality

    Next on "Dying to be Married" with Winston & Sondra Lewis:


    "Subjection", as it pertains to this cyber-service, is a common tenet found throughout the Bible, yet it is one that is of quite a bit of controversy these days. The question is "why"? What is subjection and what does God's word say about it? Are there limitations to subjection? What are your views concerning it? Join us as we discuss this provacative subject.


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  • 00:30

    Tenet Healthcare Corp, YMIA, Desert Hot Springs Spa Tour

    in News

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  • 01:49

    Fascism From Mussolini to the Corporate State in America. Two Discussions

    in Politics

    *The F-word is “fascism”. It’s tenets include supremacy of the military, the need for perpetual war and a disdain for pacifism, a merging of corporate and state power, dismantling the unions, indirect control of the media, national security and patriotism as a motivational tool for the masses, government corruption, candidates appointed by the party command, and an erosion of voter rights." Sound familiar? Media talks about capitalism, communism, socialism, libertarians, theocracies, and various systems in-between them. But the media never discusses fascism. Why?  I first discuss the history of Fascism with one of the world’s leading experts on Fascism, Donald Sassoon – a professor of Comparative European History at Queen Mary, University of London.  Then I am joined by two acclaimed talk show hosts, Egberto Willies of Politics Done Right and Bobby Rodrigo, of I Take LIBERTY With My Coffee as we dissect fascism tenet by tenet and examine them to see how they might apply to the United States.  Please listen to this important conversation and judge for yourself. Could fascism occur in the U.S.? If so, what are you going to do about it? The Tim Danahey Show discusses economics, government, social issues, history, and non-fiction books in a magazine format featuring in-depth conversations with guests. Politics and inflammatory conversations are discouraged as they are divisive and counter-productive. Instead, the show seeks under-reported topics and delves into facts, different perspectives, and ramifications of each perspective. The show does not espouse a political agenda. Danahey’s strength is to take complex subjects, talk with experts and make them comprehensible and entertaining for average listeners.

  • 01:06

    Doreen Carter: The Inner Workings Of A Serial Multi-Tasking Bread-Winning Mother

    in Moms and Family

    What do you get when you mix the sauce of a community leader and entrepreneur with a Chamber of Commerce president, accountant, City Council member, author, church leader and mom? It's Doreen Carter, of course; the Georgia native who loves to challenge the status quo.


    Join Chloé Taylor Brown, host of Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé as she goes deep into the workings of a serious and serial multi-tasking breadwinning mother. Doreen Carter is a dedicated and committed community servant driven by her life’s tenet that service to one another is God’s highest calling. Find out how this single mother of three boys makes her busy life work while giving so much to others. Also, Chantél Thompson, Director of Client Relations at Sweet Job Spot joins the conversation to go deeper into the trenches of work ethics, perseverance and motivation.


    Chloé Taylor Brown is the creator of Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé, a progressive lifestyle enhancement blog and podcast for working mothers. She’s a three time author, women and girl’s life coach & mentor and a lifestyle model. Chloé's books are available at Amazon.com. Connect with Chloé @ChloeTBrown 

  • 00:41

    Friday Java 26 December 2014

    in Politics

    The political magazine with a full cup of Coffee and a few polling numbers in between the refills.
    La revista política con una taza llena de café y algunos números de las encuestas entre las recargas.

  • 01:15

    #196 More Deep Dark Goddess Talk with Marja West & Rashmi Khilnani

    in Spirituality

    Waking Gods & Goddesses—
    Embodying Divine Wisdom and the Sensual Life
    Episode #33, #196 HSRN
    3 October 2014 2PM Pacific
    More Deep Dark Goddess Talk with Spiritual Teacher and Filmmaker/Executive Producer for the movie *iGod*—Rashmi Khilnani


    Join me in welcoming the return of spiritual teacher/filmmaker Rashmi Khilnani. Rashmi was our beloved guest last year for October and we had a beautiful time together. This year she shares more of her deep dark Goddess wisdom through her encounters with Babaji and her manifestation of and triumph with breast cancer--debunking the false New Age tenet that one who is spiritual awake would never manifest a life threatening illness. Her cocreative movie venture, iGod is due this fall.


    Rashmi Khilnani is a modern mystic. She teaches and practices several healing modalities and has taught Reiki Masters, doctors, scientists and people from many walks of life the secrets of the Mystery School teachings. She is a global metaphysical teacher, urban shaman, international lecturer, artist, seminar leader and TV personality. She is the author of three books: The Divine Mother Speaks, Buddha Speaks, and Shiva Speaks.


    She is also a Spiritual film maker, and is the executive producer for the IGod A documentary film on God, a collabration with Producers Robert Friedman and Neale Donald Walsh, Director Jonathan Friedman,  Executive producer Rashmi Khilnani, Rashmi Khilnani is one of the speakers in this film which will feature spiritual authors, heads of various religious denominations and people at all levels of soul journeying.


    Rashmi Khilnani


    iGod


    Marja West

  • 00:30

    Empowered Women of Social Media - Co-Author Karine Gordineer, Green Girl Herbs

    in Writing

    Karine Gordineer will be joining us tonight at 6 PM Central to talk about her chapter in Empowered Women of Social Media - "The Healing Power of Social Media - Healing People/Healing Planet. 


    Bio: 


    I have spent much of my life being close to nature.


    Nature brings balance and awakens tremendous forces for healing in a way that nothing else does. Everything that I practice and teach springs from that tenet. My exposure to herbal medicine began with my father as a child. My father is of Native American heritage (Mahican/Montauk) and would often use herbal remedies that were handed down through our family.


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  • 00:39

    WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT; CONTENT OR CONTAINER????

    in Spirituality

    CONTENT=  C14: from Old French, from Latin contentus contented,that is, having restrained desires, from continere torestrain. from content(adj.) "satisfied," from Latin contentus "contained,satisfied," past participle of continere (see contain).Sense evolved through "contained," "restrained," to"satisfied," as the contented person's desires arebound by what he or she already has.


    CONTAINER = to hold or include within its volume or area: "to hold together,enclose," from com- "together"com ) + tenere"to hold" (see tenet).

    INTENT = something intended; aim; purpose; design, Latin intentus "a stretching out," in 
    Late Latin"intention, attention," noun use of past participle ofintendere "stretch out, lean toward, strain," literally"to stretch out"  or intend

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