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  • 01:00

    Psychic Medium Melissa Hansen joins us as our guest for our first episode

    in Spirituality

    Tune in as Psychic Medium Melissa Hansen joins us for our first episode! Melissa will be discussing her spiritual journey, how she developed her mediumistic abilities, as well as her making of "spirit jewelry." Both Melissa and I will be giving live readings during the broadcast and taking questions from callers to the show.


    She is the owner of That's My Impression Custom Jewelry Designs in Foster City, California where she creates pet memorial jewelry and other custom jewelry, and provides mediumship and psychic consultation services to the bereaved.


    For more information about Melissa Hansen please visit www.thatsmyimpression.com


     

  • 02:11

    QSI: The Seerah Of The Prophet (pbuh) "The Battle Of Uhud"

    in Education

    The Battle of Uhud was a reprisal against the Muslims following the battle of Badr. Some of the leading members of Quraysh such as Abu Jahl, Utbah, Shaiba, Walid, Umayya bin Khalaf, and Hanzala bin Abu Sufyan, had been killed in the battle of Badr. After the death of Abu Jahl, leadership of the Makkans had passed on to his compeer, Abu Sufyan, who was the chief of the clan of Banu Umayya.


    There was profound sorrow in Makkah at the loss of so many chiefs but Abu Sufyan had forbidden the bereaved families to cry and to lament their losses. Tears, he knew, could wash away malevolence from the hearts. But time and tears, he asserted, would not be allowed to heal the wounds received by the Makkan aristocracy at Badr. He himself had taken an oath that he would remain a stranger to every pleasure until he had paid the Muslims back in their own coin. He and the other leaders of the Quraysh spent a whole year of feverish activity in which they equipped and trained a new army.


    One year after the battle of Badr, the new army of the idolaters of Makkah was ready to take the field against the Muslims. In March 625 Abu Sufyan left Makkah at the head of three thousand seasoned warriors. Most of them were foot soldiers but they were supported by a strong contingent of cavalry. Also accompanying the army, was a band of warlike women. Their duty was to wage “psychological warfare” against the Muslims by reading poetry and by singing amatory songs to spur the courage and the will-to-fight of the soldiers.


    They knew that nothing held such terror for the Arabs as the jibes of women for cowardice, and they also knew that nothing was so efficacious to turn them into utterly reckless fighters as the promise of physical love. These amazons included the wives of Abu Sufyan and Amr bin Aas, and the sister of Khalid bin Walid.

  • 01:01

    Shattered Lives: Set an Extra Plate with Mary Lee Robinson

    in Self Help

    Mary Lee Robinson and her husband had just relocated 11 months prior to their brand new home in the Low Country of the Carolinas. Her husband suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage and was gone at age 63. She hit the wall of loneliness and grieving at 90 mph. It was startling not only to her, but to the other story tellers that most people don’t have the faintest idea what to do for the bereaved. Strangers can be very kind, and familiar folks can be downright cruel.


    Grief is very poorly understood and not tolerated well in our culture.


    Not only has Mary Lee Robinson written books on the subject, as well as participating in the Grief Diaries anthology series, she started a movement, Set an Extra Plate, that encourages everyone to invite that person who may be alone on holidays to enjoy a meal with our families.


    Website: http://www.maryleerobinson.com

  • 02:13

    QSI: "The Battle of Uhud" (Part One); The Significance Of Shuraa

    in Education

    The battle of Uhud was a reprisal against the Muslims following the battle of Badr. Some of the leading members of Quraysh such as Abu Jahl, Utbah, Shaiba, Walid, Umayya bin Khalaf, and Hanzala bin Abu Sufyan, had been killed in the battle of Badr. After the death of Abu Jahl, leadership of the Makkans had passed on to his compeer, Abu Sufyan, who was the chief of the clan of Banu Umayya.


    There was profound sorrow in Makkah at the loss of so many chiefs but Abu Sufyan had forbidden the bereaved families to cry and to lament their losses. Tears, he knew, could wash away malevolence from the hearts. But time and tears, he asserted, would not be allowed to heal the wounds received by the Makkan aristocracy at Badr. He himself had taken an oath that he would remain a stranger to every pleasure until he had paid the Muslims back in their own coin. He and the other leaders of the Quraysh spent a whole year of feverish activity in which they equipped and trained a new army.


    One year after the battle of Badr, the new army of the idolaters of Makkah was ready to take the field against the Muslims. In March 625 Abu Sufyan left Makkah at the head of three thousand seasoned warriors. Most of them were foot soldiers but they were supported by a strong contingent of cavalry. Also accompanying the army, was a band of warlike women. Their duty was to wage “psychological warfare” against the Muslims by reading poetry and by singing amatory songs to spur the courage and the will-to-fight of the soldiers.


    They knew that nothing held such terror for the Arabs as the jibes of women for cowardice, and they also knew that nothing was so efficacious to turn them into utterly reckless fighters as the promise of physical love. These amazons included the wives of Abu Sufyan and Amr bin Aas, and the sister of Khalid bin Walid.

  • 00:50

    The PODcast #25: The Calvin Johnson stages of grief

    in Football

    Chris, Ryan, Alex and Jerry gather together and give their sad farewells to Calvin Johnson, who announced Tuesday he would retire from football and the Detroit Lions. It's a full cycle of grief. We don't know how many cycles there are but there's a lot of sadness, acceptance, anger, grief and all kinds of madness. They also take reader questions from those who are also similarly bereaved. In hopes of lifting their spirits, they also dissect a T-Pain burrito take and his cover of the Miami Dolphins fight song.

  • 00:46

    Love Never Dies: Connecting with Deceased Loved Ones with Dr. Jamie Turndorf

    in Spirituality

    Internationally famous relationship therapist, bestselling author, and media personality, Dr. Jamie Turndort (aka Dr. Love) shares the amazing true story of her spiritual reconnection with her beloved deceased husband Emile Pin.


    Discovering for herself that relationships don't end in death, Dr. Turndorf has created her groundbraking new Trans-Dimensional Grief Therapy that brings her acclaimed conflict-resolution method to the world of death communication. The result: An unprecedented new method that enables the bereaved to reconnect, heal unfinished business, and make peace with the deceased.


    Dr. Turndorf's radio show, Love Never Dies can be heard each Tuesday on Hay House Radio. Most recently CNN has been featuring her as the resident authority on relationship advice and human behavior.


    Dr. Jamie has authored several books on resolving relationship conflicts with partners, friends, family members and children. She is here today to talk about her latest book, Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased.


     

  • 01:01

    Dan Millman Authored The Way of the Peaceful Warrior & The Four Purposes of Life

    in Self Help

    Dan Millman's The Four Purposes of Life offers direction, hope, clarity, comfort and direction in times of troubling changes.   When you are at the crossroads of your life and everything is changing, fluctuating into the chaos and confusion of unknowns and perhaps unwanted changes, how do you approach the next phases of your life.   Are you facing being retired, laid-off, fired, divorced, widowed, empty-nester, diagnosed with chronic illness, bereaved from a loved-ones death, suffering severe money loss, or grieved by crises of natural or cruel disasters?  Life changes are inevitable so how do you make the changes that optimize the next phases of your life?  Join us today to discuss the paths available to you as you resurrect yourself out of the disasters or radical changes that have derailed you from your comfort zone or catapulted you into dispairing circumstances.   Daniel Millman, the resoundingly impactful author of The Way of the Peaceful Warrior, joins Dr. Carol Francis today discussing the help embedded in every page of his newest book:  The Four Purposes of Life.   For more information contact Clinical Psychologist and Hypnotherapist Dr. Carol Francis at drcarolfrancis.com or 310-543-1824 and enjoy Dan Millman's amazing list of life-changing books on Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/Dan-Millman/e/B000AQ0IXS/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1453322994&sr=1-2-ent 

  • 00:25

    Get an A+ in COUNTRY, a better President, with Write-In Ballots: Curtis Clinton

    in Elections

    Am I worried, your betcha. Your are making mistakes right in front of your noses and you can’t smell the roses. I don’t know why you can’t see the Political parade of charades spoken by the Presidential Candidates on TV. I am not on TV and you can’t see how much better we would be if I were elected to the White House. It is so simple a thought to have a single person elected from the people, instead of a candidate with an over-stuff staff and a boatload of favored donors to be assigned cushy jobs with big pay. You are going to PAY FOR IT. Not everyone of the donors is qualified and so the government mess continues. The head of Homeland Security – HS - is not qualified to head up that Agency and you can see why with all the mistakes made by him and his poor leadership of the HS. Picj any Agency and I can show you Stupidty, Stupidity and more: IRS, FDA, EPA, Dept of Education – now are they really ignorant – and when should I stop with the Abbreviations. I am not a Politician and I see the mess that Politics has visited  us and chained our country to a cement Boot and more BOOTS On The Ground. We should be finished with the Middle East and long ago. But Politics played its hand and our President stopped short of wiping out Saddam and placing a Pro Forma Government Template to govern until Democracy could be instituted and before the IRAQ Army could ditched their uniforms and blend into the down trodden/bereaved populace. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out this mistake and others. I am no genius, but I have smarts galore to avoid mistakes, bad leadership and worse government. Please please see me and not just close me off from your mind. I tell the truth about what has to be done and what needs to be done and what cries out to be done. The longer you hesitate, wait and get deeper into your Poltical Candidates, the close we get to charades, chaos and conspiracy. 

  • 01:01

    Suicide Epidemic: What Can YOU Do? …on Read My Lips Radio with Bonnie D. Graham

    in Lifestyle

    Read My Lips host akaRadioRed brings you lively, unscripted, spontaneous, non-canned interviews with interesting authors on a range of topics. Listen LIVE on Mondays 7-8 pm/Eastern or anytime on-demand.


    Topic: Suicide has reached such epidemic proportions that we all know someone affected by suicide – and we all have a part to play in reaching out to save lives.


    The epidemic: The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 800,000 people die by suicide each year –  more than annual deaths due to war and homicide combined. World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10 creates awareness of our role in providing support to the vulnerable, at-risk people we know or may meet.


    Our expert: Adele McDowell, Ph.D is a practicing psychotherapist and former crisis hot-line responder, with 30+ years of experience helping people find hope and balance in the face of crisis, trauma and grief. She is the author of Making Peace with Suicide: A Book of Hope, Understanding, and Comfort (White Flowers Press, 2015). "Reaching out to anyone who feels disconnected or is struggling can be a life-saving act."


    On READ MY LIPS today: Dr. McDowell will discuss…



    Suicide risk factors and how to spot them

    Fact or Myth: More suicides occur around Christmas? Women are more prone than men?

    Ways to engage non-judgmentally with someone who needs support

    Where to find professional services and ensure appropriate care

    The role you as an individual, our communities and society play in responding to the epidemic

    Assisted suicide


    Dr. McDowell's book speaks to everyone who has lost a loved one to suicide, anyone who is considering committing suicide, and those who work with or counsel the bereaved and suicidal.


    www.AdeleRyanMcDowell.com


     

  • 00:30

    Bereaved Families of Ontario with Lisa Alexander

    in Self Help

    Life for Lisa seemed perfect, living in her dream house with a wonderful husband and a teenage daughter who still liked her. The next thing she knew, they found themselves in the hospital with their daughter, being told that she was dying. 42 hours later their worst nightmare was realized and their daughter died. The bomb that was thrown into the middle of their perfect life lead them to Bereaved Families of Ontario. The amazing support of this agency led Lisa to be service to other grieving families, giving many hope and a sense that they are not alone. Don't miss this inspiring interview with Director of Community Engagement-Lisa Alexander

  • 01:01

    “How Can We Deal With Death?”

    in Spirituality

    Learn life coaching through Quantum Conversations: live in-the-moment coaching conversations every week on Quantum Alchemy Broadcasts in the Quantum Alchemy Café Join  Quantum Alchemy News and get “The Wisdom of Self Love” email mini series free!


    This week Anya offers INTUITIVE COACHING live on the show - Call in for coaching on ANY personal or business matter!


    Death is the end of what we knew as we knew it - what could it be the beginning of?! It can be difficult sometimes to deal with the death of a loved one, a parent, sibling, spouse, partner, friend and/or pet. Not only because we are often dealing with a sense of loss, but also because so very little is understood about the process of death itself. In our modern society that focuses so much on youth, health, life and living, it can almost be a taboo subject to speak of death. This can leave us with very little understanding about what death is, including what processes are involved in dying. In other cultures it is a different story. While there may still be a sense of loss for the loved one, in some traditions death itself may be welcomed as a passage to another state of being. This week we explore  the whole subject of death to come to a deeper understanding of what it is, and how life and love may continue after what we call physical death. Call early, the coaching line could be extremely busy for this one!


     


    Call the coaching line (818-495-6930) - between 9.00am and 10.00am MST - on ANY personal or business matter- this is an opportunity to receive masterful coaching in the moment leading to a shift in perspective that can quantum leap your life!