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Fieldstone Common Host Marian Pierre-Louis will interview Plimoth Plantation culinarian Kathleen Wall about the First Thanksgiving and all the traditions that surround the holiday. Join us for a fascinating discussion about traditional food, the history of Thanksgiving and the myths that just won't go away. For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://FieldstoneCommon.blogspot.com LIVE: THURSDAY, 22 November 2012 at 1:00pm EST
Today we are honored to have Sally Fallon a well known author and speaker. She will be sharing with us some history about the Weston Price foundation. Weston Price was a dentist and was sometimes referred to as the Charles Darwin of Nutrition. ," Price traveled the world over studying healthy primitive populations and their diets. The unforgettable photographs contained in his book document the beautiful facial structure and superb physiques of isolated groups consuming only whole, natural foods.
Shirley Gutkowski will ask Sally questions about the history of WPF and how she became involved and why this is relevent for the world we live in today.
We will also find out about the Wise Traditions Conference now in it's 14th year drawing people from around the world.
Ms. Fallon is the author of the best-selling cookbook Nourishing Traditions and founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation.
I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well (Psalm 139:14).
This episode is focused on Prayer, Thanksgiving and Praise. Encouraging Scriptures will be shared and following will be prayer for listeners.
You may send your prayer request to @BucknerBooks on twitter, so that we may agree, for our Lord Jesus states in Matthew 18:19, “That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven.”
Call in and tell us about your Halloweens traditions! Nicole and Dianne will also discuss ancient and contemporary ancestoral practices on "All Hallow's Eve" also known as Samhain, the Gealic festival marking the end of the harvest season.
Phone lines will be open. Share your story! Host Nicole Tomassini and co-host Dianne Mallett look forward to hearing from you.
Spirit Therapy is a holistic approach to Mind, Body, Spirit Wellness. As we learn to balance our own energies, we see how the vibration we are putting "out there" is creating our world and effecting our experience of life. The goal of Spirit Therapy is to achieve peace within yourself and therefore, peace with all that happens around you. Spirit Therapy also addresses Manifestation and how we all can create our desired reality. Join Host Nicole Tomassini and Co-Host Dianne Mallett as they offer tools and insights on different topics to aid you on your journey of Enlightenment.
Love and Light to all Spirits!
Nicole Tomassini is trained in Psychology, Education, Performing Arts, Music and the Intuitive Arts. Although not a scientist by trade, she has dedicated many years to the science of Happiness and Well-Being.
Contact Nicole for a private Spirit Therapy session via phone or Skype. Email: email@example.com or on Facebook.com/nicoletomassini Reasonable pricing!
Sponsered by Daughters of Isis essential oils, essences and tools to aid you on your spiritual journey.
My Mother's Secrets for a stress free holiday is revealed by looking into her detailed Thanksgiving notebook that she has used for years. It outlines the time table for each detailed action that must happen in so dinner is ready on time and stress free. It even has time planned into the schedule so our family can sit down and watch our favorite Thanksgiving episode of Cheers! Although Mom has used this easy reference handbook for years she will show you how you can create one of your own that can be customized for your family.
Learn My Mother's Secrets to a festive tablescape that can have your guests feeling connected to the loved ones that are unable to gather with them on Thanksgiving.
Relationship Roles? & Racial Gender Traditions?
Are you committed in your relationship to what you believe your role is in a relationship as a man or woman?!? What affect do you think that has on your relationship?!?
Do black women want to be the Man in relationships?!? Are they more comfortable being the dominant matriarch more than the traditional support mate?!? Is there a notable difference in white and other cultures?!?
Tune in Call in Share your Opinions...