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Ariana Brackenbury – International Inspirational Speaker, Writer, Mentor, Camino Coach and Tour Guide. Ariana has walked the path and gained some incredible insight. She shared her personal experience. If you've ever thought about whether The Camino is for you, this sharing might be exactly what you are looking for. (Read her bio and get contact links here: http://letsgetrealchattinwithcatherin... )
Such an interesting exploration of Ariana's journey to the Camino and the insight she has gained from it on empowerment, awakening and awareness and the benefits for others! This is the audio from a chat we had in March 2015 originally broadcast on the youtube channel.
Do you want to learn more about the Camino de Santiago and ways on how you can live a stronger, more spiritual existence? Listen as I interview my great friend and spiritual brother -- the wonderful German author Manolo Link.
Mr. Link has walked the 500-mile journey known as Camino de Santiago and found his own Angel & soulmate while on his pilgrimage along the Camino. Manolo has published a book about his Camino experiences, and many other books about his spiritual and life experiences.
During this show, we'll explore more of Manolo's Camino adventures as well as some ways to live a more spiritual and positive life. This is Manolo's 2nd appearance on 'Conversations' we are thrilled he's back with us once again!
Learn more about Manolo Link at http://www.twitter.com/manololink
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Seguimos hoy con la entrevista especial con una "Cruzada", Claudia Barillas de Guadalajara, México. Es un testimonio lleno de valentía y de amor. Escuchen todos. Y en la reflexión semanal, Antonio nos hablara un poco sobre el camino de los Reyes Magos siguiendo la estrella y el camino de la Fe en nuestros dias. Escuchemos todos, e invitemos a otros a escuchar.
Horario de Hoy
7:30 PM - Rosario
8:00 PM - "Epifania y el camino de la Fe" - Antonio Pérez-Alcalá
8:30 PM - Entrevista a Claudia Barillas - Parte 2
9:00 PM - LLamadas
Pueden escuchar el programa haciendo click aquí, o llamando al 347-857-3183. El programa queda grabado en You Tube. Por favor suscribirse y pasar la voz. No olvide dar un "Like" a nuestra página en Facebook y seguirnos en Twitter.
La Lechuza - Se hace camino al andar
La Lechuza alza su quinto vuelo. En esta ocasión nuestro primer bloque tratará sobre la necesidad de encontrar un camino, nuestro derecho a equivocarnos de sendero, las modas con respecto a la religión y esas fobias con respecto a lo que ya no esta de moda espiritualmente. En "El Diccionario" definiremos los términos Alta Magia, Baja Magia, Brujería de Cocina y Magia Ceremonial y acalararemos algunas cosas sobre ellos. En el segundo bloque trataremos una de las metáforas espirituales más comunes a todas las religiones en una serie de las que nos ocupará durante varios programas. En este episodio trataremos la del viaje al lugar de la visión y el poder. Y para acabar en la sección "El baúl de las ideas" donde se leerá un fragmento de "Vacas, cerdos, guerra y brujas" de Marvin Harris titulado "Escobas y aquelarres" donde comprenderemos un poco mejor esa deformación de la imagen de la brujería y las brujas a lo largo de la historia.
En el Mundo:
11:30am - Alaska.
12:30pm - Los Ángeles.
1:30pm - El Salvador.
2:30pm - México, Colombia; Chicago y Houston.
3pm - Venezuela.
3:30pm - Atlanta, Miami, Bolivia y República Dominicana.
4:30pm - Argentina y Uruguay.
8:30pm - Reino Unido y Portugal
9:30pm - España, Francia, Italia, Grecia, Alemania y Suiza.
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Join hosts Clairvoyant Life Coach Bernadette Dickinson and Psychic Medium Mark troy for this Special Guest interview. Director/Producer Lydia B. Smith will share the amazing documentary Walking the Camino Six Ways to Santiago.
Since the ninth century, millions of world travelers have embarked on an epic pilgrimage across northern Spain that is known to be profoundly enlightening, spiritually nourishing, and physically challenging. Today, several hundred thousand people a year embark on this mostly unpaved path with little more than a backpack and a pair of boots.
Through Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago, we are able to journey into the hearts and minds of six modern-day pilgrims as they cope with blisters, exhaustion, loneliness, and self-doubt to triumph over fears and prejudices that have become roadblocks to living a fulfilled life. Find out why audiences everywhere are raving about the film that Marin Sheen, star of The Way, calls a “brilliant documentary.”
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For more info go to www.caminodocumentary.org
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Retired Fortune 500 executive Kurt Koontz returns to the show to reflect more deeply on lessons and experiences emerging from his transformative journey of nearly 500 miles on the historic Camino de Santiago in Spain. Kurt is the author of A Million Steps, in which he chronicles his inspirational, life-changing journey on the trail and into the heart, following the steps of a 1300-year-old pilgrimage bridging inner and outer worlds.
Kurt has been on tour sharing his experiences with audiences. We will talk about the lasting lessons emerging and how others are responding to his profoundly powerful stories of navigating through his personal history of addiction, recovery and love, all the while embracing the beauty of the countryside and joyful connections to other pilgrims from around the world.
Kurt retired at the age of 36. For the past decade, his travels have taken him to all corners of the world, requiring both physical and mental endurance. We will also discuss Kurt's plans for upcoming journeys.
Kurt's web site: KurtKoontz.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.
The Camino de Santiago (also known as The Way, Camino Francés and others) – the 500-mile path that starts just over the border of Spain in St. Jean Pied de Port, France. From there, the Camino winds through 4 of Spain’s 15 different regions.
First, travelers make the grueling trek up and over the Pyrenees Mountains, and descend into Navarra – a vibrant, green expanse of mountainous highlands and home to the famous Running of the Bulls in Pamplona. Next, they pass through La Rioja – full of rich vineyards that produce the wine for which this small region is famous. The bulk of the Camino passes through Castilla y León – in which lies a terrain that many find to be the most challenging – the Meseta. This flat, seemingly endless landscape of green and wheat colored crops is said to remove all external distraction, leaving a pilgrim with only their thoughts for company.
A rare few do the Camino in as little as 20 days, trekking close to 25 miles a day. The majority of pilgrims take between 4 and 6 weeks to walk the entire 500-mile journey. Though it is traditional to walk the Camino on foot, some elect to do it by bicycle or horse. Whatever one’s method of transportation, whichever Camino one chooses to do, and however fast one’s pace is, each of the millions who have stepped foot on the Camino feel its inexplicable magic and are forever changed by it.
Don't miss another special 'Camino' show with Christopher and his good friend, Jean Callanan, who has traveled the Camino, and will be sharing some advice on how to prepare for your Camino, some great websites, books and other valuable Camino resources! Jean will also recount some of her fondest day-to-day memories of life while on the Camino. This is the 2nd time Jean joins us for another uplifting Camino chat!
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http://www.nevernevergiveupyourdreams.netTHE ONLY WAY TRUTH LIFE IS JESUS CHRIST
EL UNICO CAMINO VERDAD Y VIDA ES JESUCRISTO
in The Bible
Muchas personas profesan que están el camino hacía el crecimento espiritual. Por tales personas usualmente se relacionen su crecimiento con un libro de auto estima, una filosifia o un movimiento social. ¿De qué se trata el crecimiento spiritual? ¿Se trata de adherirse a una filosifia o doctrina en nuestra socieadad? ¿Cómo podemos notar verdaderamente si estamos creciendo espiritualmente? En la programacción de hoy, vamos a investigar en La Biblia Santa el concepto del crecimiento spiritual y algunos de sus components.
My guest is Bob Stahl, Ph.D. who answers the question "What is mindfulness?" and discusses how mindfulness would help living better with Parkinson's. As explained on his website [www.mindfulnessprograms.com]:
"Mindfulness is the practice of being aware of what’s happening in the present moment. Whenever you bring awareness to what you’re directly doing or experiencing in your body and mind, you’re being mindful."
Dr. Stahl founded 7 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction programs in medical centers throughout the San Francisco bay Area and currently directs programs at Dominican Hospital in Santa Cruz, El Camino Hospital in Mountain View and Los Gatos. He serves as a Senior Teacher for the Oasis Institute for Mindfulness-based Professional Education and Training. Dr. Stahl is a co-author of "A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook", "Calming the Rush of Panic" "A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook for Anxiety", "Living with Your Heart Wide Open" and other marvelous books.
El camino para poder llegar al pico más alto de la montaña no es fácil, pero llegar a la meta es posible. Lo mismo pasa con el proceso para cambiar de hábitos. Dar el primer paso es lo necesitas para lograr un gran cambio en tu vida.
in Self Help
Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Award-winning Author, and Consultant. www.svetlanakim.com
Our Guest: After retiring early from his job as a successful sales executive for a Fortune 500 technology company, Kurt Koontz volunteered in his community and traveled across Europe and North America. He never considered writing a book until he walked nearly 500 miles across Spain in 2012. Those million steps were so compelling that he returned home and began writing and speaking about his life-changing adventures. He lives and writes on a tree-lined creek in Boise, Idaho.
Kurt Koontz is available for select lectures and presentations.
To inquire about an appearance, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kurt Koontz thought he was well prepared for his 490-mile walking trip on the historic Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain. He was fit and strong. He had a good guidebook and all the right equipment. His pilgrim passport would grant him access to the shelter of hostels along the way. But all that, however helpful, did not begin to encompass the grandeur of his external or internal adventure. A Million Steps climbs over the high meadows of the Pyrenees, quests through the unceasing wind of the Meseta, and dances in the rains of Galicia. While following the yellow arrows that mark the route, Koontz also navigates through his personal history of addiction, recovery, and love. With outgoing humor and friendliness, he embraces the beauty of the countryside and joyful connections to other pilgrims from around the world. Part diary, part travelogue, A Million Steps is a journey within a journey all the way to the Cathedral de Santiago de Compostela and beyond.