• Yogi Cameron: Practice Makes Purpose

    in Lifestyle

    Yogi Cameron left the world of high fashion in 1998 to seek the higher path available to all of us. He began his ongoing studies in Ayurveda at Arsha Yoga Vidya Peetam Trust in India under the guidance of his guru Sri Vasudevan after training at the Integral Yoga Institute in New York City and Yogaville of Sri Satchidananda. Since then, Yogi Cameron has worked with individuals throughout the world to provide them with these ancient methods to live healthier, greener, more spiritually-minded lives in accordance with the Ayurvedic and yogic path.


    Using a combination of treatments, meditation, herbal remedies and diet guidance, Yogi Cameron helps treat specific conditions and set his clients on a path to greater mental, physical, and spiritual health. A primary goal of this path is helping each person find their purpose and practice.


    With the help of the Amanuddin Foundation, Yogi Cameron has brought Yoga and meditation to Afghanistan as part of a peace and education program for Afghan children, soldiers, and other members of the civilian population. He also works with young girls rescued from sex trafficking practices in Cambodia in coordination with the Somaly Mam Foundation.

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    Power of perception with writer Ian Thomas Malone

    in Spirituality

    Ian Thomas Malone is an author and a yogi from Greenwich, CT. He is a graduate of Boston College, where he founded The Rock at Boston College. He is the grandson of noted Sherlockian scholar Colonel John Linsenmeyer. Ian has published thousands of articles on diverse subjects such as popular culture, baseball, and social commentary. His favorite things to post on social media are pictures of his golden retriever Georgie and his collection of stuffed animals.


    Ian believes firmly that “there’s more to life than books you know, but not much more,” a quote from his hero Morrissey. When he’s not reading, writing, or teaching yoga, he can probably be found in a pool playing water polo. He aspires to move to the Hundred Acre Wood someday, though he hopes it has wi-fi by then.


     


     


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    Tri-State Sports Guys

    in Sports

    Debating the recent announcement that the Yankees will be retiring the numbers of Andy Pettitte, Bernie Williams and Jorge Posada...Do any of them belong in the same conversation and Ruth, Mantle, Berra, and the rest of the legends that came before them???

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    "Another Fork in the Road" Jamie & Crystal Fairles - Brain Injury - Love Story

    in Education

    It took two brain tumors to make a love story. It was unlikely that Jaime and Crystal would have met had they not each suffered a brain tumor. But they did have brain tumors and they did meet . . . with a little help from their friends. An email relationship began, which eventually led to their engagement and some years later Jaime and Crystal were married. They now walk the road of brain injury hand-in-hand.


    Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, an IED blast, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slips from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating.


    But as Yogi Berra once said, “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” Life is all about choices!

    To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.

    Survivng Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com

    Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

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    Agri-Talk featuring Emily Weaks, Research Assistant on Feb 18, 2015 at 2:00 pm

    in Training

    This week on Agri-Talk, Kimberly Roush and Mike Thompson will feature Emily Weaks, Research Assistant with The Ohio State University South Centers on February 18, 2015 at 2:00 pm.  Emily will give an overview of the different educatoinal programs with the Soil and Bio-Energy research programs at OSU South Centers.


    ITS PROGRAM MISSION


    To develop and promote research, extension and educational programs for agricultural management practices that sustain soil & water resources and are economical for producers and growers.


    OUR TEAM


    Our team for the Soil, Water, and BioEnergy team at OSU South Centers consist of scientists, and engineers with a diverse background, as well as a strong background in research and extension activities.  Dr. Rafiq Islam, is leading the program for the Soil, Water, & BioEnergy team, and Emily Weaks is supervising lab and field reasearch activities.  We currently have 8 grant research projects on agriculture sustainability, climate change and mitigation, and ecosystem services.  Other team members include: Charissa McGlothin, Emily Weaks, Hasni Jahan, Thom Harker, Wayne Lewis, Yogi Raut.

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    Ana Forrest: Fierce Medicine

    in Lifestyle

    Ana Forrest is an internationally-recognized pioneer in yoga and emotional healing, a Medicine Woman, the creatrix of Forrest Yoga and author of the highly-acclaimed book, Fierce Medicine: Breakthrough Practices to Heal the Body and Ignite the Spirit. [Hyperlink for Fierce Medicine: http://www.amazon.com/Fierce-Medicine-Breakthrough-Practices-Ignite/dp/0061864250]


    Ana teaches yoga from an intuitive and highly-developed understanding of the human body and psyche. Native American Medicine and the clinical application of healing modalities—including homeopathic and naturopathic remedies, anatomy, reflexology, pressure point therapy, craniosacral therapies, Shiatsu, chiropractic, polarity and hands on healing—always inform her work. 


    Ana is a certified regression therapist, Reiki Master, ordained practitioner of Native American Medicine and consultant to a number of education and research bodies, including: F.A.R.E. Play (Foundation for Athletic Research and Education) and The University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic. She received a Los Angeles Mayoral Commendation for her outstanding teaching and healing work in the community — the first time a major US city bestowed such an honor on a yogi or yogini! 

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    What We Want: Special Guest Sandy Jordan Jordana Sands

    in Women

    Sandy is a  Singer, Actress, and Director of New Apple Productions. Fund raiser for charities,Artist and consultant to corporations on handwriting analysis. Lecture and write self help & psychic handbooks. Artist and entertainer. Columnist with Skyline magazine & City Hall Magazine.Write soul mate connection columns & NYC entertainment and restaurant columns. 


     


    What WE Want is a Women’s Networking Organization dedicated to Women's personal growth and business development.


     http://neverstoplivingbig.webs.com/ 


    https://www.facebook.com/whatwewant


    Our appeal is to strong, diverse, multicultural, caring professional women of all ages. We aspire to help you increase your bottom line while also sharing your knowledge and resources so other can do the same.


    Stephanie Ellen Almeida joins me as my perminate Co-Host. She is the definition of ambition. She's done it all from TV, Runway, Real-Estate, Medicine, and More!  A Spiritual being and a religious yogi! Blessed with a beautiful family and partner, living life to the fullest.

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    Keith Mitchell: Pro Football Player Turned Yogi

    in Lifestyle

    NFL Star Athlete Keith Mitchell #59, a former linebacker for the New Orleans Saints, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars, was at the top of his professional game when he ascended into the 2000 NFL Pro Bowl.


    Without warning, his football career suddenly ended after being confronted with a paralyzing spinal injury during a game,  resulting in the agony of early retirement by the young age of 31.


    Unwilling to surrender to the plague of emotional depression and physical defeat he often observed in many NFL peers facing similar traumas, he channeled his energy into the practice of yoga and meditation for healing.  


    By great surprise, he discovered that these two daily practices not only helped him physically recover from his injury but created a refreshing sense of self-awareness and fulfillment which surpassed his love for football. 

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    What WE Want: Guest Sonia Johnson Box Me Mommy

    in Women

    What Women Entrepreneurs Want returns with a Perminate Co-host, A new Web Site, lots of news, events and more. We kick things off with Very Special Guest SONIA JOHNSON CEO of Box Me Mommy.


    They are a subscription box company for mom and baby products, Sonia has developed a ‘Mommunity’ of over 11,000+ women and has also launched a very successful Mommy Ambassador Program for women looking to grow in the workforce while staying home with their children.


    What WE Want is a Women’s Networking Organization dedicated to Women's personal growth and business development.


     http://neverstoplivingbig.webs.com/ 


    https://www.facebook.com/whatwewant


    Our appeal is to strong, diverse, multicultural, caring professional women of all ages. We aspire to help you increase your bottom line while also sharing your knowledge and resources so other can do the same.


    Stephanie Ellen Almeida joins me as my perminate Co-Host. She is the definition of ambition. She's done it all from TV, Runway, Real-Estate, Medicine, and More!  A Spiritual being and a religious yogi! Blessed with a beautiful family and partner, living life to the fullest.


     


     


     


     


     

  • 01:18

    Nothing New Under the Sun: The Danger of Transcendental Meditation (TM)

    in Christianity

    Jerry Seinfeld promotes it; the US Army spends millions on it for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder therapy; public schools teach it to your children...or will.  What is it?  The Hindu practice of meditation courtesy of the Beatles' favorite guru:  Maharishi Mahesh Yogi--also known as the "Giggling Guru."


    Walter Martin examines the theology and power behind this dangerous cult...on Night Watch.

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