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Al Diaz and co-host Rebecca Davison share their insights on Rewrite Your Story With Increasing Your Vibration.
Thursday, March 26th 11am PST
Rebecca Davison assists people to transcend their limits of what they believe is possible by guiding them how to develop, trust and take action on their intuition.
Rebecca has worked with hundreds of clients, spoken at many events in New Zealand, been published in Holistic Fashionista, trained by one of the industry's finest, Christie Marie Sheldon, and founder of the Intuitive Life Academy, a community of people who are interested to learn how intuition can change your life and how to shift your energetic vibration so you can live your dreams.
Rebecca is passionate about helping people break free of their paradigms by three main steps:
Identifying blocks in your energetic field such as limiting beliefs and cross purposes and then clearing them
Trusting and knowing what intuitive guidance is and how to use it for amazing results
Living in the energetic frequency of what it is you want.
From the changes she has seen her clients go through and for herself personally she knows what is possible for you.
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Tonight's Topic: "All The Time In The World"
Have Tea with Blase, every Thursday night at 6:30 pm eastern time on a journey to becoming our AUTHENTIC Self.
The Ascended Masters present Shaman & Story Teller Ron J Pinkham. Ron is a member of the Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho, he is a decendent of Chief Joseph and Old Chief Looking Glass who were prominent historical figures of the Nez Perce tribe. He was taught by his Elders the tradtions of ceremonies of the Long House, Sweat Lodge, and Medicine Sings. Today he practices what he was taught from his fathers side of the family who are the Medicine people of his family. Ron also, is a priest and conducts weddings, intercessor at Sun Dances, conducts memorials, name giving ceremonies, dresses the dead, and all around good guy with a great sense of humor.
For the first hour we will be discussing ceremony and healing with Ron Pinkham. In the last hour Ron and I will be giving 5 min reading to random callers. See you there!
Aloha, e komo mai! Crystal & Ka`iwi will be discussing Hawaiian Spirituality & Modalities every Thursday at 9 am Hawai`i Time. This is a fun and informative Talk Story show. Living the Higher Calling from Akua and sharing with others our path. Discussion topics include Ho`oponopono, Lomilomi, Energy Healing, La'au Lapa'au, Crystals, Angels, Chakras and much more.
Ka`iwi and I are guided by Akua (God/Spirit) each show may be on one topic or several. We may set the intention when we write the description each week for one topic and Akua sends us on a different topic. Please be flexible because all the information is to help you adjust, shift and awaken as we do the same. Sometimes the information is not for this moment but is there for when you need. it.
Ka`iwi is a local boy from Waimanalo, HI and Crystal is a local girl who lives in Texas. These 2 Hawaiians brought together by fate, raised in different times and places but still tied deeply to their Hawaiian roots and Ancestors.
Join us each week as we talk story, share funny stories and help you get through the hurdles life has brought you to us.
Please tune in every Thursday from 9 am to 10 am Hawaiian Time.
Tonight's parsing: The 1974 book "Alive" by Piers Paul Read and the documentaries and movie the story inspired. The story is about the Uruguayan rugby team who were involved in the crash of Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, which crashed into the Andes Mountains between Chile and Argentina on October 13, 1972. Of the original 45 people on the plane, 16 eventually survived for 72 days in the brutal mountains to finally be rescued.
We have got in the rutine of teasing a second subject, so with that in mind, we have been itch'n to start talking about the 1964 movie, "The Great Escape." The true story of the ordeals of prisoners escaping from a German prison camp during World War II.
Figuring out what KaliSara and RevKess are going to talk about each week is a chore. One that they take into consideration frequently while browsing the interwebs and catching up on social media. Some of the topics come from mainstream media, many from Pagan media sources, and quite a few are shared by their friends on Facebook. What they pick to talk about and what actually gets talked about are sometimes two very different things. This week is up in the air, as has been the case recently. They await a major news story or a development in something they have been covering, but they also keep their eyes and ears open for what is important to the Pagans around them and that they know via the net. If you have a story, event, project, etc that you would like to hear them talk about on PWN, please send an email to them at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them a note on the Facebook for PWN.
"Real Spill Radio" returns with another great season, featuring your favorite hosts Goldii, Simi, Chayse, and Ceddy. Enjoy great topics, guest panelists, listener letters, and more to see why this is "The Most Ratchet Show In Radio!"
As always if you want advice during our "Pocket Change" segement, then message us your story.
Professionally: Raynesha Pittman is the CEO, Founder and a author at Conglomerate Ink, an Urban Literature publishing company established November 2010 to help authors expose and share their talents of storytelling while developing discipline in their craft. In May 2011 Raynesha was offered the opportunity to help promote literacy nationwide by childhood friend, author and now publisher Terry L. Wroten by joining the West Coast Authors Movement also known as W-CAM where Raynesha not only fills the position of an author on the team but is also over website design and management and acts as W-CAM's Southern liaison due to her living in the South. Her greatest literary achievement came in January 2014 when she was signed to write2eat publications under the legendary K'wan Foye.
Titles: Raynesha's debut novel titled "KISMET" the first book of the "Beyond the Bedroom Series" an urban fiction drama with a touch of erotica was published March 2011 under her label. The second volume in the series and an amazon kindle best seller "Kismet 2-Some Things You Will Never Understand" was published in November 2011. She also has a story titled, "Scratch a Liar, find a Thief" in the anthology "Traces of My Lipstick- Gangstress Elite tales" that was published under Ink Game publishing in December 2011. She is currently working on turning the short story into a full length novel. "Kismet 3- When a Man's Fed up",the final installment of the Kismet trilogy was released January 2013."Dog Food", which is the author's release under write to eat was released on 07-08-2014
Accomplishments: Raynesha was nominated in the Hip Hop of the Ville awards for best Indie author of the year in January 2012 and was also nominated in the Prodigy Publishing Group's Second Annual Urban Literary Awards for most likely to succeed debut author of the year in February 2012.
Why the New York Times is Wrong – Using Basic Genealogy Tools and Methods to Show that Your Family Name Was Not Changed At Ellis Island.
There is a common misconception, call it an old wives tale or an urban legend, that family names were often changed at Ellis Island. Such myths gain a great deal of credibility when newspapers such as the New York Times, the country’s “paper of record”, perpetuates these myths by repeating them, in this case in obituaries.
When Kenneth saw one of these obituaries a few years ago, he wrote to the Times pointing out their error and suggesting sources that they could check to verify what he was saying. When they seemed to ignore him, he did the research on the family of the person named in the obituary and was able to show what the name was when the family immigrated and how the family name changed as they adapted to life in the United States. He sent all of the proof to the Times and was still ignored. Finally the Times responded. They were not going to do anything to correct the erroneous obituary but suggested they might do a news story on the issue. The experience led him to do a search of other Times obituaries with the Ellis Island story. He located about half a dozen. After doing the research on each, he was able to show the original name for each of them.
Kenneth A. Bravo received his JD from The Ohio State University, College of Law and his B.A. degree in Economics from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. He is Vice President of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and, the former president and current member of the Board of Trustees of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland. Bravo has lectured on a number of genealogical topics.
Aaron Bebo is the of the critically acclaimed title Change For A Dollar. His debut. Aaron is a look into the urban terrain in a profound presentation of words. He spins tales so vividly that the reader is almost compelled to believe they are actually participating in every dialogue and location. His debut novel highlights the theme of transition.
Bebo delivers the story in fine fashion with his detailed wit, and slick character dialogue. Her uses his uncanny view of the urban structure, and the conditions of the people that live there, to draw out a vivid tale. His is able to translate into words a broader spectrum of the ominous shadows that seemed to be an ever present force in the urban structure where he grew up.
Aaron has also ghostwritten two novels outside the street fiction genre that have been published. One being a Non-fiction title on Cancer. He has also lent his time speaking to youths in the South Florida school system as well as juvenile detention centers.
Aaron is the author of Rat Hunters, Cupid’s Assassin, Bunches of Love, Author Wives; and the Long Story Short Series a collective of short stories which includes the titles; Accidental Nut, Area’s Grey, On The Green, Mischievous. Bebo has also published works under the name Sadie Morris and Unique Styles.
Aaron recently signed with the publishing house G Street Chronicles. Bebo’s G Street Chronicles debut I Used To Love Her, was followed up by Til My Casket Drops. In April 2014. Most recently Bebo released The Last Don. Death To The Squad also under G Street Chronicles.
Aaron Bebo currently resides in South Florida where he continues to write and connect with the people as a means of promoting literacy. You can connect with this autho@
On the second episode of The ER Report on VOC Nation, your host Eron Ramadanov previews WrestleMania 31 with previews and expectations. Eron will also take a trip down memory lane and take a look at past WrestleManias and preview Saturday night's WWE Hall of Fame cememory.
Eron has several WrestleMania themed fan questions lined up, and so much more!
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