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Anyone who uses drugs or alcohol will pick up entities when in a high, inebriated, drunken, stoned state of mind. It even happens with the use of some medical sedatives such as Oxycontin and others, or even too many sedative herbs, possibly.
When a woman is raped, for example, she usually picks up a slew of harmful, nasty or just mischievous entities from the rapist. Some entities enjoy hanging around rapists for the fun of it, or to burrow into the woman raped for some sort of odd sexual experience.
Although it is not mentioned much, whenever a baby is born, entities gather around. Unortunately, newborns are vulnerable to entity attachment. It could even happen before birth, but it definitely happens at and right after birth.
Some entities love being inside a woman’s vagina, or perhaps inside a man. When people have sex, particularly casual sex with people not their spouse, entity attachment is extremely common. It almost goes with the territory. This is a powerful reason to not engage in casual sex, even if you are single and unattached
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors. With the May 2013 publication of the DSM-5 diagnostic manual, all autism disorders were merged into one umbrella diagnosis of ASD. Previously, they were recognized as distinct subtypes, including autistic disorder, childhood disintegrative disorder, pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) and Asperger syndrome.
ASD can be associated with intellectual disability, difficulties in motor coordination and attention and physical health issues such as sleep and gastrointestinal disturbances. Some persons with ASD excel in visual skills, music, math and art.
Autism appears to have its roots in very early brain development. However, the most obvious signs of autism and symptoms of autism tend to emerge between 2 and 3 years of age. Autism Speaks continues to fund research on effective methods for earlier diagnosis, as early intervention with proven behavioral therapies can improve outcomes. Increasing autism awareness is a key aspect of this work and one in which our families and volunteers play an invaluable role.
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Does someone close to you suffer from borderline personality disorder (BPD)? If so, you already know that BPD not only affects those with the diagnosis—it affects everyone who loves them.
Those with BPD have difficulty regulating their emotions and behavior which can take a toll on their spouses, family members, and friends. But there’s hope!
You can’t force folks to get treatment, but you can take steps to improve and stabilize the relationship. Find out how!
BONUS INTERVIEW: Mark Redmond of NutriTutor
SHOW SPONSORS: Charismatic Central Roots of Health
Dr Valarie Whiting has worked in Human Services for over 30 years. She has experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, and Intellectual Disabilities which ensures her varied background working with families and individuals. For the past 10 years, she has been the Director of Training and Professional Development for the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services.
Dr. Whiting has created a side hustle business of online teaching and is offering online courses for parents and educators. Join me on April 25 as we discuss both her entrrepreneurial methods and how she is using her side hustle to empower families dealing with autism, brain injuries and othe rintellectual disabilities.
J. John Mann, MD, Director of Research and Director of Molecular Imaging and the Neuropathology Division at the New York State Psychiatric Institute
Elizabeth Sublette, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, and Director of the MIND Research Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute
Bipolar Disorder is one of the top ten causes of medical disability and mortality in the World. Developing more effective and more rapidly acting treatments, especially for the depression phase which is the most debilitating, depends on a better understanding of the causes of bipolar disorders. This blog radio talk by two of Columbia University’s experts on bipolar disorder will describe the latest results from brain imaging studies and regulation of the body’s inflammatory defenses. It will explain how these findings can lead to new treatment approaches and diagnostic tools.
For more information on treatment for bipolar disorder, and to learn about research opportunities, please visit our division’s website at www.columbiapsychiatry.org/mind or call us at 646-774-7560.
RobinLynne was born on May 7, 1962 to Murray Jay and Rose Annette Mabin. Growing up in Tacoma Washington,
RobinLynne attended Henry Foss High School and enlisted in the United States Air Force at the ripe age of 17.
Robin Lynne served our country from 1980-1988 where she acquired a phenomenal skill set in telecommunications
and computer operations. She also acquired post dramatic stress disorder due to a sexual assault that occurred early on
in her military career. This condition went undiagnosed and untreated for over twenty years and became the contributing
factors to homelessness and unemployment. Having overcome these obstacles, RobinLynne continues
to serve the people as a Minister and producer where she currently operates a Network that she uses to empower and
equip the people.
Currently RobinLynn operates an Award Winning Radio Network on Spreaker.com and her own private network
where she hosts business’s, independent artists, and other ministries all over the world providing awesome support
and network services. RobinLynne is the mother of Alton and Sarah and enjoys
serving as a Missionary. RobinLynne is a proud member of Total Victory Christian
Center and is community advocate at Family In Distress, Inc a 501c3 non profit organization serving South Florida
Melancholy is an honest attempt to illustrate the true experience of an individual dealing with a major depressive disorder. It does away with the stereotypes that often plague portrayals of depressed characters in TV and film.
The film focuses on one night in the life of Sara, a typical twenty-something going through a severe depressive episode while trying reach out for any kind of catalyst to pull herself free, searching for help through friends, faith, and medication. Through Sara's eyes we see the despair, hopelessness, and fear that can cripple the life of an individual fighting a major depressive disorder. Sara's boyfriend, Graham, provides the perspective of the outsider. He struggles to find some way to help the woman he loves but can't find a way to break Sara out of her cycle of lethargy and depression. The relationship between Sara and Graham demonstrates a common example of the misunderstanding and disconnect between any couple in which one person is suffering from depression. Melancholy explores this disconnect and provides an emotional insight into the struggles of both Sara and Graham.
Our guest this episode will be Writer/Director Nathan Edwards to talk about this project.
Check out the Kickstarter campaign for this film here.
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Of all the paths in life, make sure a few are dirt - John Muir
We celebrate Earth Day this week as Arbor Day. It is a time of celebration and placing our thoughts on the importance of our "Natural World." Let us look to the outside to take note of where we should spend much of our time when we are not committed to our work. As this broadcast is name..."In the Moment" the significance of this title is to make sure that we realize that living in the moment is important and the best place in the world to spend this moment is ooutside..
Our broadcast this week will be around finding the special dirt paths and dirt roads near you and searching out the trees. Looking around you do you see a special tree. Is this a special tree that you look at every time you are out side. As we travel aboiut the significance of making sure we travel on dirt paths and roads in our life is to take in all that is around us. this broadcast asks each one of us to look what Mother Nature has provided us as well as the specialness of the Tree. .
Please share this broadcast with friends, colleagues and family. Resources from our broacasts are all posted on the following websites...http://www.experiosity.com and http://www.brookndellvrtualvillage.com. Please join us each week. We also hope that when you are in Gardiner MT and visiting Yellowstone you visit with us at the Experiosity tree house. Just send us an email...email@example.com. We will make sure we are at the tree house waiting for you.
One announcement we will be having an open house on Jun 13th from 12:30 to 4 and 6 to 8 pm. Hope you will come. It is a time of celebration and an invitation for all to know the specialness of the Experiosity Tree House.
LANGUAGE IS THE KEY......THE HIDDEN KEY.......OF THE UNIVERSE.
Language is the Monster or god of this age that protects the technocrats or elite of the whirl / world.
LANGUAGE IS THE WORDS THAT WE USE THAT CREATE THE WORLDS OR WHIRLS
THAT WE LIVE OR EVIL OR LOVE AND EVOL IN!
DON'T MISS THIS MESSAGE....MESS WITH AGE OR AGE OF MESS!
Language is the human ability to acquire and use complex systems of communication, and a language is any specific example of such a system. The scientific study of language is called linguistics
Language is the Key of Knowledge
Recently, in the Pacific Northwest, oyster farmers were granted a permit to use the water soluble toxic chemical imidacloprid in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor. What prompted the Washington Department of Ecology to move forward with this decision? How will this protect oysters and other marine life? In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald will talk to Rich Doenges, Water Quality Manager from the Southwest Regional Office, Department of Ecology, State of Washington about this decision.
Later on in the show, scientist, Rich Andrews will join the discussion to talk about Colony Collapse Disorder otherwise known as CCD. Lately, there have been a number of discussions about CCD and there still is a great deal of confusion as to what exactly the term means. Stay tuned!
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Former law enforcement professional Lillie Leonardi has always lived with her feet planted in two separate worlds—the metaphysical and the physical. In the Shadow of a Badge: A Memoir about Flight 93, a Field of Angels, and My Spiritual Homecoming takes readers on a dramatic journey of what happens when Leonardi’s two distinct realities intertwine.
During her work at the Flight 93 crash site in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and as a result of the fateful events of September 11th, 2001, Leonardi was forced to confront her connection to the divine—something she has struggled with since youth. Her stirring personal account of the 12 days she spent acting as an FBI liaison carries readers into a world that combines the factual and logistical with the angelic and mystical.
After witnessing what she describes as a “field of angels” during her first hours at the crash site, Leonardi must finally reconcile the opposing sides of her life. Readers walk with her through the diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), experience the guilt and fear that grip her, and share in the remarkable transformation of her soul as she discovers that forgiveness—of self and others—can be the best remedy.
As an inspiring example of what it means to be called to service, Leonardi shows that it’s never too late to find your spiritual path and life’s purpose.
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