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This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the new thing that God has done in Jesus. God has acted outside of the theological box that some made for him in an attempt to control his actions. These individuals have forgotten that God cannot live in a box designed by us. God is Spirit and as the I AM he can only be in constant movement. God is dynamic Spirit and he is ever involved in the creative activity of the salvation event in Jesus.
This week on Weird Scenes, we take on the two most important directors in 70's British cinema!
Think about it: outside of Hammer, Tigon and Amicus (and perhaps short lived wunderkind Michael Reeves), how many British "new look" cult directors of the era can you name? And yet, Pete Walker and Norman J. Warren have managed to carve themselves something of a conjoined niche unto themselves, outside the larger studios.
With their efforts gracing grindhouse theatres and syndicated programming alike throughout the 70's and 80's, their names have become synonymous with concurrent sidelines in sex and horror, often featuring some very well established names in the business!
Join us as we speak to the dark and gritty (or saucy and bouncy) boundary pushing efforts of Norman J. Warren and Pete Walker!
Keeping the British End Up - a friendly pint with Norm and Pete
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in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is David J Brown from Fort Collins, Colorado, an abuse survivor and first time author of a novel called "Daddy Had To Say Goodbye." The novel, written in the third person, is based on a true accounting of David's life story. "I was born in Duluth MN in 1948," David writes, "the 2nd born of 4 boys. My dad was a blue color union man. Mother was a stay at home drug addict. I had to repeat the 1st and 2nd grades. The Duluth school district classified me as retarded. My parents placed me in parochial school to avoid the stigma of having a retarded kid." The beatings stopped when David was was ten, when his father got sober. "I could never trust mom or dad even after he stopped drinking. I was always scared that they were going to kill me. I knew that if I told anyone about it I would get beaten even worse and for sure they would kill me. Teachers didn't dare to ask or want to know what happened to my face. "Daddy Had To Say Goodbye" is based on a true story of how a severely broken man hides his mental illness. But he develops PTSD from his work as a Paramedic and a Police Officer. Conjoined with his lifelong depression and Alcoholism, the main character, based on David, faces suicide. He knew what he had to do but feared he didn't have the courage to live sober and face the truths. Gutting himself of his false pride and ego was a tall order. Taking responsibility and not blaming others would be all but impossible. Thinking that the pain of living had to be worse than the pain of dying, was a constant. Surrender was his only hope. David reports he's, "been sober for 24 years thru the grace of God and the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous."
This is the path the Shamballah Kings have prescribed for the followers of the Diamond Path. Learn it well.
The path of the Sun and Moon conjoined as one, the Kalachakra Tantra which contains the dharmas of both the path of the two nadis, pingala and ida, the two truths, relative and absolute, the two natures, animus and anima, and conjoins them in a unique synthesis to create what Dao calls "Taiji" or the "Great Pole", this then leads to the union of emptiness & bliss..
What is on your mind? A blunt question, and the impact on our society.
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Workshop Wednesdays with Tony Gambone and his guest Dr. Jeffrey LaGrasso
Dr. Jeffrey LaGrasso is a plastic surgeon in the complete sense. His desire to make things more beautiful, his ability to listen, his artistic sense and his superior technical skills set him above the rest. When asked how to define his work, Dr. LaGrasso replies that no detail is left neglected. From the consultation, to the operative procedure and the post-operative care, everything is considered and planned down to the last meticulous detail. Dr. LaGrasso uses a rigorous approach to his patients, with a highly individual touch. His plan adapts to the concerns and goals of each new patient, as no two patients are alike.
Dr. Jeffrey LaGrasso is a world renown plastic surgeon who is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. His surgical skills were perfected through his extensive training and experience. Dr. LaGrasso completed his General Surgical training at the New York Hospital of Queens and then continued onto his Plastic Surgical training at Albany Medical Center. He was then selected to complete a prestigious Craniofacial and Pediatric Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, an honor only a select few plastic surgeons receive. This is an advanced specialty with emphasis on the reconstruction of complex deformities in children. During his fellowship, Dr. LaGrasso received international acclaim for his involvement in the separation of the conjoined twins in Los Angeles in 2006. While in California, Dr LaGrasso also maintained Plastic Surgery Privileges at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the poignant message of the theology of voice in the biblical documents. The voice motif is intrinsic to both the Old and the New Testament. The spiritual wellness of the believing ones is vitally conjoined with the ability to hear the voice of the Good Shepherd.
As a storyteller I communicate with my hands translating stories into clay. My sculptures are autobiographical narratives with animal imagery, such as Java Sparrow Finch birds as symbols of humanity, facets of myself or of others. Birds are both cheerleaders and naysayers to me. My sculptures serve as spirit guides that manifest intentions, relieve anxieties, and whisper secrets. As a daughter of a florist, flowers are intrinsic to my sculptures they create a dialogue internal to my work. Flowers are always present and dying at monumental life changing ceremonies. Currently I am working on a series of conjoined female figures entitled “Entropic” and another series called “Dreams and Memories”. Each mound is a dream that multiplies to create a dream cluster. The gold luster flowers represent the disorder in the dream cluster. My technique of throwing on the wheel and hand building allows a personal connection with my clay and forms. This intimacy is imperative for me to process my emotions and stories into clay and create meaning with images, which empowers me in all aspects of my life. The manipulating of my clay not only creates sculptures, but also “builds” me as an artist, an educator, and a woman.
Bernadette is an Art Professor and The Carter Art Center Gallery Director at MCC- Penn Valley Community College, Kansas City.
Today's Topic: Intuition and Imagination
“Intuition is seeing with the soul.”
? Dean Koontz novelist “I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” ? Albert Einstein An important concept to keep in mind is that without imagination, there is no intuition. They are sort of like conjoined twins, but intuition will take you far beyond your imagination and beyond your wildest dreams by blessing you with inspirations so profound that you will have no doubt you tapped into a greater universal source of knowledge and wisdom. by Margaret Jang
Our ExtraOrdinary Black Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson
Benjamin Solomon "Ben" Carson, Sr. (born September 18, 1951) is an American neurosurgeon and the director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital who now intends to begin a career in politics. Among other surgical innovations, Carson did pioneering work on the successful separation of conjoined twins joined at the head. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States, by President George W. Bush in 2008. Since delivering a widely publicized speech at the February 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, he has become a popular figure in conservative media for his views on social issues and the government's role in the health care industry.Carson was born in Detroit, Michigan, and was raised by his single mother, Sonya Carson. He struggled academically throughout elementary school and emotionally with his temper. But after his mother reduced his television time and required him to read two books a week and produce written reviews for her, he started to excel in middle school and throughout high school. After graduating with honors from Southwestern High School, he attended Yale University, where he earned a degree in psychology. He chose to go to Yale because in College Bowl, an old knowledge competition television program, he saw Yale compete against and defeat many other colleges, including Harvard. Carson wanted to participate in College Bowl, but the program was discontinued. From Yale, he attended University of Michigan Medical School, where he attained his M.D.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Carson