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ENVISION THIS...Humanity aligning with the flow of the Heart. This intimate, heartfelt, affectionate perception is Humanity’s birthright and the key to discovering Paradise on Earth.
Our guest is Tomas Qubeck, a former student of Sri Rajagopalan who taught in his yoga meditations to "accept all changes." Tomas says this was the beginning "of what I call ‘living meditations’ i.e. not sitting with eyes closed intending to quiet my mind and focus on something specific, but rather taking on the challenge to move into my normal life with a changed perspective and attitude and to observe like a scientist what happens.”
His website is "an oasis of peace in the heart of blogland." He shares his wisdom with us: "What inspires me to align myself with the Heart. I write Heart with a capital ‘H’ to express the one reality that we all are." (http://heartflow2013.wordpress.com/)
He wishes for "every human on our planet to understand how we got ourselves here where we are today, and to see how 'judgment' is something like a virus that has spread throughout humanity to wreak havoc in our own lives and on the planet as a whole."
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back recording artist and musician Tomas Doncker to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss how he continues to make music that makes people think and feel and what's coming up next.
Tomas Boykin invades The Phantom Zone with Nikki Meow & Jay Luna! He was born and raised in the "City of Brotherly Love," Philadelphia, PA. Growing up he enjoyed playing a musical instrument, painting, drawing, singing and dancing. He once stated, "We danced in our house. There were no wall flowers." He was encouraged to act as early as the 3rd grade. By the time he left college he had experienced "A Chorus Line," "Pippin," "Finian's Rainbow" and "Little Foxes" and many other musical productions. Today he has a slew of film and television credits under his belt including an award winning commercial that aired during Super Bowl 2015! We're looking forward to hearing all about his life, work and his love of music, and what he has coming up for all of us to feast our eyes upon!
What if your mission was to "envision a Wisconsin where postsecondary education moves forward through an open exchange of ideas, the careful consideration of research, and a strong focus on the public good?"
However what if you actually tried realizing that mission during the last 4 months of Republican sponsored carpet bombing targeting the concrete ideals on which that mission rests?
This Thursday in a special episode of BustEd Pencils, Jed and Tim talk to two of the warriors from the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE).
Noel Tomas Radomski: Director and Assciate Researcher
Jason Lee: Outreach Programs Manager
Among many topics, we will ask Noel and Jason to provide a sense of the damage that was done and how WISCAPE will continue to fight back the attack on the essential freedom to learn and focus on the public good.
Don says Scacred Blue! Tomas agrees! Doesn't anybody else find it ironic that the French march in the streets calling for free speech as their government increases restrictions on free speech? This combined with all the evidense that the Paris attack was at least facilitated by western establishment players - most likely elements of MOSAD, CIA and French Intelligence.
Call in and tell us what you think about this and also the relaxing of the imbargo with Cuba.
There is a core group of criminals within our government that is engaging in open criminal activity as if it won't matter in the very near future. So we pose the question, why? Why would the Justice Department give guns to Mexican drug gangs? Why would the IRS openly target political opponents of the regime? Why is the CIA and its allies openly funding ISIS, formerly Al Qaeda which they created in the first place? The concerning aspect is why aren't the perpitrators worried about being prosecuted? One answer is they have an enormous false flag planned for later this year that will make everything irrelevant. So call in and pick your poison. Will it be a nuclear false flag and if so which city or cities will be hit? How about Ebola? An EMP? Etc. Besides what kind of attack and where it might be launched, gives Don and Tomas your best guess as to who the traitors will blame this time. Will it be cave Arabs again? How about the CIA's mercenary army, ISIS? Of course the Russians are coming! The Russians are coming! They even made a funny movie with that title years ago when I was a kid. Give us your best educated guess and your reasons why.
Tomás F. Summers Sandoval, Jr., Ph.D., Oral Histories with Chicano Veterans of the Vietnam War and their Families
Pomona College History Department and author of "Latinos at the Golden Gate" from UNC Press (2013)
Tomás F. Summers Sandoval, Jr., Ph.D., historian of the United States, with specialties in Chicana/o histories and California.
Currently working on a book exploring the impact of the Vietnam War on Latino communities in the United States, based largely on oral histories with Chicano veterans of the Vietnam War and their families.
Dr. Sandoval, Jr. is the second of three children born to two Chicanos from East Los Angeles, and the grandson of Mexican immigrants who arrived to California in the early and mid 20th century. He grew up in La Puente, CA.
He states "teaching is my vocation". Dr. Sandoval, Jr. views teaching as a collaborative process of fostering learning in others.
He shares "As a child, no one in my immediate (nuclear) family could call themselves a “college graduate.” Today, all five of us hold at least a Bachelor’s degree, four earned a Master’s, and two of us earned our Ph.D."
Dr. Sandoval, Jr. attended St. Joseph’s Elementary School and Bishop Amat Memorial High School, both in La Puente. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Claremont McKenna College in 1994. Then attended the University of California, Berkeley, received both a M.A. degree (1996) and a Ph.D. (2002) in United States History.
In January 2006, he joined the faculty of Pomona College, one of the collection of higher education institutions collectively known as the “Claremont Colleges.”
Tomas holds a joint appointment in the History Department and Department of Chicana/o ~ Latina/o Studies. In 2012 he was awarded tenure Associate Professor.
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