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There are a lot of things in life that you want to do but you have feelings of helplessness. You want to go to school but you don't have the money to pay for tuition. You want to play an instrument but you don't have the instrument to practice with and you don't have a teacher to teach you how to play. You want to have a good friend but you feel you have nothing to offer the friendship. You want to have a good job but you don't have the skills necessary to hold the job. You want to help the sick but you don't know how. You want to have extrta money but you don't have a job. There are many reason why you feel helpless, but you have to go on! How do you pick yourself up from a negative position of helplessness? You can do it and we will talk about different ways to do it.
Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the May 14-20, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. Included in this episode:
The importance to the rise of National-Socialism of having its own national press;
The people want a leader - leadership is a masculine trait;
The lax patriotic standards during the first world war and the issue of handing out decorations to both Germans and foreigners;
The danger of arming small nations, and the faults of diplomats;
Usefulness of Japanese alliance and necessity of swift decisions toward Russia;
Why National Socialism is not for export and the special qualities of and decorations for the German worker;
The new Man and the accomplishments of the National Socialist revolution;
Good relations with the Czechs.
An open discussion with minds of all ages on the movement in time involving the human intellect. How the human intellect evolved expressively so during the youthful experience. Youthful in different experiences. Youthful in age. Youthful in thought. Youthful in leadership. etc Addressing all ones to COME ON AND TAKE A STAND and get engaged in space, time, orbit, intelligence, social and matter etc.
Daeva and Pairaka are the male and female Arch-Demon to the devil Angra Mainyu. The term arch-demon is used as a common term to denote the ranking amongst the Devil's hordes. Just as Ahura Mazda has 7 Ahuras aka arch-angels, Angra Mainyu has his 7 Daeva that are arch-demons. There are other daeva, divs, and druj as well. These are the levels and types of demonic entities that found within the Traditional Ahrimanic sorcery and spiritual path.
Zarathrustra chose to demonize the Vedic Hindu Deva as False or Wrong gods. He also did the same to some Persian gods as well. Through this we find chaos at the heart of undoing. This lecture will discuss the aspects of what Daeva are and what usefulness do they have in sorcery, mantra, and prayer.
Long term fuel storage!
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Curtis Morton of Power Research Inc. talks about long term fuel storage and products which can extend the usefulness of gasoline and diesel for years.
Destiny Survival Radio explores a variety of preparedness and survival topics. How can we prepare for survival in a rapidly changing world? How will we live when life as we’ve known it has changed forever? Host John Wesley Smith knows he doesn’t have all the answers, so he seeks information from those who do have answers and passes it along to you, his listeners.
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All three books of the Transformation Trilogy by author David Moyer are now available. These include Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain, 10 Ways to Keep your Brain from Screaming “Ouch!” and Beyond Mental Illness. Moyer has provided clinical social work services and consultation at the federal, state and county levels.
Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain, published in 2003, is a medical memoir/detective story. In the course of a four-generation bipolar odyssey involving his great aunt, his grandmother, his father and his son, he learns that bipolar disorder can result from nutritional imbalances as well as infections. He discusses effective treatment methods that relieve symptoms in some patients. He begins to question the usefulness of the bipolar disorder diagnosis, then the entire range of mental disorders.
Moyer’s new book, 10 Ways to Keep your Brain from Screaming “Ouch!” contains useful perspectives and interventions frequently overlooked in mainstream psychiatry. Moyer invites clients and their healthcare providers to consider these innovative solutions.
In Beyond Mental Illness, Moyer examines the scientific evidence supporting the need to move beyond the labels of “mental disorders” toward individualized biomedical assessment and treatment. It is written for professionals, family members and clients interested in better understanding multiple factors that play a role in these syndromes. Moyer predicts that in the future, mental disorders will to be redefined as syndromes. Clinicians will treat the biological bases of these syndromes. Portions of the book are technical. As the book’s subtitle reads, “Transform a label. Transform a life.”
in The Bible
Today’s episode will focus on the Day of Atonement or Yom Kippur. What I hope you will find is that Yom Kippur is a day that is used to wipe the slate clean of your past shortcomings.
It can be a day to reflect on your past, repent of failings, and be symbolic of a renewing as referenced in 1Jn 1:9 -10 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.
In this episode and the episodes ahead, I hope you will also find that the culture that God introduced to his people in the scriptures was give with wisdom and love and the spirit of the guidance has just has much application and usefulness today as it did in Horeb. Most of the verses sighted will come from the days of Horeb and Moab, however there will always be a segment that provides guidance as to how the guidance should be interpreted considering the sacrifice the Lord made on the cross.
A modern definition of culture can be defined as an integrated system of learned behavior which are characteristic of the members of a society and which did not come about through biological inheritance.
To me, this definition does a good job of explaining what God has done. Talmidim should embrace the biblical cultural system that God gave to man. Because when it is properly applied, the spirit within the system promotes peace. This is the same culture that Yeshua will use as the foundation of his government during the thousand year reign.
As in the past, we are going to continue to use the show’s namesake to break down the word of God. This week’s verse is Lev 23:32.
I hope that after another application of the method, you will be well on your way to allowing the word of God to not just enter your mind, but permeate throughout your heart, spirit, and soul.
in Self Help
Nika Annon (www.nikaannon.com) interviews Dr. Vera John Steiner, PhD, & Dr. Kathryn Miller, PhD, PCC on creativity and collaboration. The discussion will focus on the impact of a new idea and it’s usefulness. How creativity contributes to an ethical view of the world. And, how creative individuals can balance their ethical concerns with creative endeavors.
Kathryn Miller, Ph.D. PCC, is a Sr. Partner with the Design Training Collaborative, a firm that specializes in executive coaching, organization development, and leadership development. Drawing from more than twenty years of training and management experience, she is committed to the development and design of organizations where individuals and teams are encouraged and supported to reach their highest levels of competence, creativity, and quality. Currently, her coaching and consulting focuses on development of individuals and organizations that expand and create opportunities for bettering individual lives, their businesses and our world.
Vera John-Steiner, PhD, Regents’ Professor Emerita of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies and Linguistics, has been engaged in interdisciplinary teaching and research at the University of New Mexico and as a visiting lecturer. She has published in psycholinguistics, cultural historical theory, creativity, collaboration and bilingualism. John-Steiner co-edited Vygotsky’s Mind in Society, a text that has been very influential in educational, psychological, and linguistic theory and practice. In Notebooks of the Mind she explores the development and diversity of thought processes and creative endeavors. The book received the William James Award in 1990. In Creative Collaboration, John-Steiner documents the impact of working partnerships in the human sciences.
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Feb. 27 to March 7th 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:
Hitler's planned response to the housing crisis - to build a million standardised houses a year for five years "after the war";
His treasured experiences at Bayreuth and with the Wagner family;
Stories about the NSDAP printer Müller and his women;
Criticisms of women's vanities, followed by men's, followed by marriage and his acceptance of single mothers;
How to treat the Eastern territories, plus school curriculums in Germany;
The virtues and faults of the German language compared with others and usefulness of "borrowed words".
September 18, 2014: Choosing Wisely is a national campaign to promote conversations between health care providers and patients about utilizing the most appropriate tests and treatments, and avoiding care whose harm may outweigh the benefits.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) joined the campaign, initiated by the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation, and created a list of "5 Things Physical Therapists and Patients Should Question." In this episode, two physical therapists examine this list and discuss how this effort aims to educate consumers on health care procedures that tend to be done frequently, yet whose usefulness is called into question by evidence.
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