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When recurring negative feelings plague my conscious mind, I realize that I am being called to remember the Truth of my being. Every negative thought or feeling is a sign that I have turned my attention to false evidence appearing real. Each negative feeling is an invitation to change the angle of my point of view. It is not for me to wallow in the shadowy realm of negativity but to call myself to Divine Attention. Deliberately and intentionally, I call forth Love-Intelligence to reveal the Truth that I had been missing; I call for Divine Insight. I call forth Divine Love to dissolve those thoughts and feelings at their false source and to scour the places where the thoughts began with the Light of Eternal Truth. This Inner Radiance of Truth – called LOVE -- is a powerful cleanser as it falls down into my subconscious mind. I activate this quality in Its fullness now, and the gentle yet thoroughly cleansing Light floods my soul, my heart, and my mind, removing the dark places in my thoughts and feelings. My entire outlook on life grows brighter and brighter in every moment. More and more I realize that challenging circumstances and encounters with negative people can be cleared instantaneously in the Light of the Universal Truth that the Spiritual Man/ or the Spiritual WoMan is Perfect. In Spirit and in Truth we are all Perfect; we are the All-Encompassing One’s unique expressions of ItSelf. In the One Mind, The Eternal One’s Idea of Itself as each of us is Perfect. Knowing this releases me from shame and blame. I focus on the Divine Nature in me—at the center of my being, and I realize that my True Nature is Love. I realize that the True Nature of everyone I meet is Love. The Divine Self arises in me as I contemplate this Truth. Pure Radiance of the Divine fills me to overflowing. ~ Maisha
On today's FARcast, we'll look at the revolutionary landscape that is the month of February and Aquarius. In the aftermath of the Iowa Caucus, the results are in and they aren't pretty. From Ted Cruz's lies, to the voter machine manipulation, to the whispers and murmurs of what's lurking in Marco Rubio's closet, we'll dish the electoral dirt. We'll also have a look at Obama's visit to a mosque in Baltimore and how it relates to Islam, and the sign of Aquarius.
Lastly, we'll catch up on the latest news regarding the Zika virus.
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Join us as we look at why the media is having a problem with bringing Donald Trump's gameplan of winning to a halt.. Is it possible the voter is fed up with business as usual? Will the media and others admit that they have failed to stop Trump's progress? This deserves closer inspection. Join us as we disect what's really going on in American politics.
"Nine months ago we began our campaign here in New Hampshire. We had no campaign organization, we had no money, and we were taking on the most powerful political organization in the United States of America. Tonight, with what appears to be a record breaking voter turnout, because of a huge voter turnout — and I say huge, we won. Because we harnessed the energy, and the excitement that the Democratic party will need to succeed in November.now it’s on to Nevada, South Carolina, and beyond.The people of New Hampshire have sent a profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment, and by the way, to the media establishment.What the people here have said is given the enormous crises facing our country, it is just too late for the same old, same old establishment politics, and establishment economics. The people want real change. What the American people are saying — and, by the way, I hear this not just from progressives, but from conservatives and from moderates, is that we can no longer continue to have a campaign finances system in which Wall Street and the billionaire class are able to buy elections".Bernie Sanders
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The 2016 political primary season rolls past Iowa, & into New Hampshire, Nevada, & South Carolina, we discuss how the potential candidates relate to Your Issues, Events, & Concerns.
Issue: Republicans have been freakishly obsessive (& successful) legislatively blocking African Americans & people of color, poor, elderly, & students, their rightful access to VOTE. However, in Iowa there is same day registration, as well as allowing 17.5 year olds to 'pre register,' as long as you are 18 on election day.
We talk voter registration/participation & the Issues, Events, & Concerns compelling your civic engagement.
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Murdering for sneakers: my persepctive on this horrific self destruction.
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ZIKA Virus: Q's & A's
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Bring Your REAL RAW RIGHT NOW... Perspective.
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What did the founders think about when it came to democracies? Are we a democracy? If not then what are we? A follower on Twitter is trying to convince me that we are a democracy, and we are going to exam that on today's show.
Also voter ID's are back in the news in North Carolina, we are going to look at this issue on today's show.
Is Ted Cruz the establishment candidate or does he stand apart from them?
Oh and also other news of the day!!!
RECON FILES, SHOW NOTES, SOCIAL MEDIA
When the Republican Party loses an election, they go to their bag of dirty tricks to fix things for themselves. We all thought Jim Crow was dead and buried, but some of the laws that were around from Reconstruction are trying to come back. In this week's episode of The Ant Canery Experience, we will talk about this and discuss what we need to do to counter the right's dirty tricks. Join me for another great as we drop some knowledge. Peace and Blessings.
Choosing a government leader is llke choosing a spouse: you try to select someone whom you believe has your best interest at heart, because they'll be making decisions that affect your life. If you have a government official in office that doesn't care about you, that's like being in an abusive marriage. You feel trapped, you're hurting, and they don't care. We have a collective responsibility to vote for good government leaders. Marching, picketing and protesting may get attention, but it doesn't elect a single government leader. Today's guests, Community Organizer Jedidiah Brown, creator of the investment project The First 50 and Citizens Action Illinois Co-Director William McNary discuss their efforts to organize people to move beyond protest marches and take control of their government by registering and voting.
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New virus to keep an eye on: The Zika Virus, out of South America.
First time voters: From registration to research, helping our kids learn.
A shout out to Argyle High School for their “Joke of the Day.”
Motor skills and deficiencies in young people raised on devices.
Muscular Dystrophy: A gene vector in therapy.
Politics and Caucuses: What can we learn about voter polls?
XFiles new 6 part series: Is the truth out there?
Birth control and thoughts on species population control.
Human sexuality and the female orgasm.
Music: Happy Jack by the Who, released 1966.
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Robert's guests are Byron Durham , Erin Heaney (national ), Christine Irvine, Chicago from Standing Up for Racial Justice
The civil rights movement of the 60s was a rainbow in terms of both race and age; young and old, black and white worked together to achieve voting rights and roll back segregation in the south. As new voter suppression laws are introduced nationwide, unarmed African Americans are gunned down in the street by police, it will take another multi-racial, multi-age movement to achieve racial justice.
Robert's guests will discuss how the struggle for racial justice is everyone's fight.
Running a government, whether it is a city, state, or country, is like running a household. You look at what your operating costs are, look at your total household income, and decide how to spend the money you make to pay bills and make sure everyone is fed, clothed, kept warm and safe, and educated. That's what good parents do to take care of the children whose lives are in their hands. The problem with some elected officials is that they are not being good "parents" of the "children" they are supposed to take care of, namely, the voters who are entrusting them with decisions that affect people's lives. Schools in Illinois are being threatened with closure because Governor Bruce Rauner, elected by a small percentage of votes, has held up the release of funds for education, refusing to sign legislation presented by the Illinois General Assembly. Students have united to fight for their right to receive education and are mounting a massive voter registration drive, as well as mass demonstrations and lobbying elected officials to push the Governor to act. If not, what next? Students have already shown how economic boycotts and refusal of sports teams to play can have an impact. Today's guests, student leaders Darren Martin from Chicago State University and Nicolas Martinez from Northeastern Illinois University discuss the power of a new, politically involved, educated generation.
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