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Tonight on "It's Real Talk Radio", the crew will be discussing if women are indeed better cheaters than men. This has been a very debatable discussion and continues to be. Men are known for being the obvious cheaters who tend to get busted rather easily verses women who are more known for being clever cheaters and very good at fooling their companions into thinking they're as innocent as a toddler.
Fortunately, there are some men who are clever enough to catch onto the signs and bust their woman dead in her tracks to expose the fact that not only men cheat. That being said, the question still remains: Are women better cheaters? Well to find out what the crew thinks, tune in by listening online or via phone by dialing 347-838-9540 and as always, dial 1 if you have a question or comment you'd like to add to the discussion.
Wednesday, Aug 6, 6pm EDT: This evening's radio show will be a call-in show with host of A Better World Radio, Mitchell Jay Rabin.
We will scan the planetary systems in place from this elevated view and see how we can intercede most effectively in this lower consciousness with a laugh or two, perhaps a tear or two, and seek to nudge the human species "upward and forward", in terms of mindfulness but beyond mindfulness, to a place of a new space of human potential, moving into the pre-frontal cortex and the heartspace of coherence where we can burst forward with appreciation, gratitude, compassion and love as we look out, from this purview, at the world we've created.
All are invited to call in and ask questions or comment.
Mitchell is a holistic psychotherapist, communication consultant, acupuncturist, Stress Management Consultant, Workshop leader, Host & Producer of A Better World Radio & TV & eco-entrepreneur.
Mitchell has chapters in several books, such as The Code, The Fire from Heaven and The New Heart at Work.
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He additionally writes for Natural News and the Huffington Post.
Tune in & become part of the conversation. Creating a better world starts at home, starts with reflection, vision, conversation, then builds community & emanates out from there.
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Better Than Sex: The Ecstatic Art of Awakening Coaching with author Arjuna Ardagh
In his newest book, Better Than Sex: The Ecstatic Art of Awakening Coaching, Arjuna invites the reader to a fun, informal party that provides the gateway for revealing the Seven Innate Brilliances that allow anyone to become a highly effective facilitator of living awakening to anyone else. He offers a step-by-step guide for Awakening Coaching, a process he has honed over nearly 20 years training more than 1,300 facilitators. The book is also a unique and valuable asset for those seeking to build a practice in professional coaching.
In addition to illuminating the Seven Innate Brilliances of Awakening Coaching, Better Than Sex also anticipates and succinctly answers most of the questions that its provocative style evokes. What is the difference between awakening coaching and psychotherapy? Is it the same for men and women? The book manages to nip every imaginable objection in the bud, and makes a strong case for a completely new way of going about our deepest longing for freedom.
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For more information visit: http://awakeningcoachingtraining.com/
During this 4-week series, we're going to teach you some basic brain science about stress, and its impact on why a lot of us don't like Mondays... and we'll also share tools and tips on making each of your Mondays for the next month better and better! Get ready to rock your Mondays for the rest of 2014!
Heather Smith and Stephanie Richardson, hosts of The Good Girl's Guide to Being Wrong, begin with the question, begin the episode asking if Happiness is just a choice and share stories of what happens when you ask, "How does it get any better than this?" In a previous episode they'd covered being grateful and asking for more and this episode explores the pragmatics of that and puts it into action!
The Good Girl's Guide to Being Wrong and Happy is a quirky exploration of the world and what's possible, with two Certified Facilitators of Access Consciousness who laugh too much and have too much fun.
Love is something that is so simplistic in society that most people don't have a clue to what love is.... It has been said that God so love the world that God gave His only begotten Son in order for us to have life free from sin. And with the life God added a life full of joy, peace, happiness and tranquility to name a few. So what happened and why?
Today we deal with the final installment of this series. It is entitled "Better Than Just Healthcare!".
What could possibly be better than healthcare? This has been billed as the greatest thing that could possobly happen to mankind, but those who present it this way are just wrong. Let's look at the Word of God and see what could possibly top this.
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To be in competition is that an insecurity?.Hating on someone is that apart of being competitive?What are the positives of being competitive?.What are the negatives of being competitive?.Why do so many bruthas try to out do our beat one another especially if they are doing the same thing for the same cause?
We are spirtual beings inhabiting a temporary biochemical physical structure, one that operates according to chemical changes based on changes in the energy surrounding the body and the energy generated from within. Depression is more than a mood swing, it is a biochemical reaction in the brain, which produces electrical impulses that send messages to every part of the body. Depression can be deadly, when biochemical reactions in the brain cause electrical impulses that trigger thoughts of self destruction. Suicide is often the consequence of depression, which is why some medications warn of side effects such as thoughts of suicide. Depression is not something you can talk yoursef out of. Ignoring it won't make it go away. People who are depression prone often use drugs to alter the brain's chemistry. Some may use prescription drugs and some may purchase illegal drugs on the street corner. Nevertheless, drug addiction can result when the brain becomes dependent upon outside help to combat depression. And yet, there is a natural way to alter the brain's chemisty and fight depression, which doesn't cost a thing: Laughter. How do we induce a state of joy to create laughter and change our brain's chemistry? Understanding how it works may help us make some choices about who we allow to influence our moods and how we can learn to control our thoughts. Dr. Kenneth Nave, author of "A Season Of Afflictions" helps us understand the intricate workings of the brain, and how we can protect ourselves against deadly depression that can prompt us to kill ourselves or others.
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