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The Voice of Change welcomes AMos Clifford to speak on: Eros in the outdoors: the healing practice of forest bathing.
Amos Clifford is a wilderness guide, deep nature connection mentor, and ecotherapist living in Sonoma County. He is a leading advocate in the United States for the practice known in Japan as shinrin yoku, or “forest bathing.” Amos has been leading people into natural settings for over 40 years, developing ways to quickly connect people with an ancestral awareness of the more-than-human world. He holds a masters in counseling from the University of San Francisco and is the founder of Sky Creek Dharma Center, Infinite Wild, the Center for Restorative Process, and shinrin-yoku.org.
Forest bathing, known as “shinrin yoku” in Japan, is the practice of opening our senses to the natural environment for an immersive experience with a wide range of research-validated healing effects. But does it also have implications for sustainability? Amos Clifford, the presenter, thinks so. “The foundation of sustainability is not in discovering new technologies; it is in re-establishing our relationships with nature,” Clifford says. This program will reveal a powerful set of practices for promoting wellness in people and the environment.
Does your week start out stressed? Feel your blood pressure rise and your spirits drop as you think about Monday? Are you ready to have more calm control and inner peace in your life? Don’t feel like you have the time for all that? Then you are in the right place!
Change your life with a new focus to start your week off right with an intuitively guided mini-meditation by Intuitive Life Coach Jeannine Proulx on OrganicallyYOU, A Balanced Life. Only 15 minutes from start to finish gets your week off to the right start!
Living a Balanced Life means taking care of ourselves, mind, body and spirit. creative Guided Visual Meditations combine the positive benefits of lowering blood pressure, slowing breathing and heart rate while giving the mind something positive and uplifting to focus on. The insights one gains through Guided Meditations can provide a focal point of hope, clarity and calm to star the week off right.
Gain some insights and answers while enjoying a relaxing moment with A Balanced Life mini-meditation, now on Blog Talk Radio early each Monday Morning. Listen to the live show or archives at your convenience!
Born 10 weeks premature in 1952, Dr. Davin entered the world with a twin, both in profound respiratory distress. His parents were advised to find a funeral home and he and his twin brother were placed in 100% oxygen for 10 weeks. He was baptized "In Periculo Mortis," in danger of death, but, as he likes to say, he and his brother "fooled the bastards" and David went on to admire the pediatrician that frequently cared for him as a young boy, the only person worthy of admiration in the dark, blue collar, white ghetto in which he was raised, most notable for its alcoholism, bigotry, and domestic violence.
At around the age of ten he came upon a crowd of people three deep standing in the street around what he soon realized was the dying, bleeding victim of a multiple stabbing. People did nothing but wait for an ambulance as the man slowly died. Watching the life leave the man and spill onto the street with every beat of his heart, young Davin tried to work his way through the forest of grown up legs that repeatedly stopped the young boy who had taken off his belt to use as a tourniquet. The grown ups refused to let the child through, even though they just stood around helplessly. The man died before the ambulance arrived. David knew that if they would just get out of his way he could help the man live. Now, some fifty years later, he is still asking the endless crowd to get out of his way so he can do what he knows he must do.
Shari Shattuck has appeared in more than two hundred television shows, films, mini-series, movies of the week and commercials on her acting resume. A few of her acting credits are the television shows, ‘Dallas,’ ‘Sisters,’ ‘Life Goes On,’ ‘The Young and the Restless,’ and ‘Babylon Five.’ Her film credits include “On Deadly Ground” with Micheal Caine, “Spy Hard” with Leslie Neilson, and “A Man of Passion” with Anthony Quinn. In addition, she has performed most of Shakespeare’s major female roles on stage as well as a host of other characters, including the lead role in a hit production of “Cabaret.” Shari has also written and directed for the stage. Daily Variety’s rave review of her play, “In Progress,” said, “Shattuck’s delightfully romantic comedy not only displays her talent as a stage performer, but also as a writer.” Her many years of acting and directing all contribute to her sense of drama, comedy and story as a novelist.
Her first book, “Loaded,” was selected by Publisher’s Weekly as one of the Best of 2003. She has since published seven novels, co-produced the films “Redemption” and “Scream at the Devil” with her husband, survived two fires, four mudslides, many rattlesnake relocations, and being the class-room-rep-parent-association-member for her daughters’ classes. Her new book, “Becoming Ellen will be released in the summer of 2015. She lives in the National Forest above Los Angeles
Tonight join Incubi Incarnate Broadcast with your host Bill Bachman and extremely special guest Scott Gruenwald
Scott Gruenwald has been investigating the paranormal for decades. As he says, he’s “been to many haunts and seen many things. From the halls of Linda Vista Hospital to the crawlspaces of Wolfe Manor, my “hobby” has freaked me out at times. I’ve been grabbed, pushed, kissed, whispered to and, of course, been touched in my bathing suit area. (Not as pleasing as it sounds.)” Of investigating, he says, “Trigger objects…cool; period clothing… OK; nudity… um sure.” Not a fan of all the modern bells and whistles, Scott uses his ample personality to communicate with the other side. After part of an investigation wound up on “The Soup,” Scott found himself starting a “family-run horrible webshow we encourage people not to watch. They still do.” His devoted followers, known as ParaWhores, have multiplied all over the world; Scott was the number two most requested guest for this year’s conference, just under Zak Bagans.
To learn more about Scott Gruenwald visit his Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/sgruenwald
Join Roxie and Carrie for a great interactive show experience just in time for Spring. Our spiritual connection and reverence of the land is so important for us to live in harmony with the earth and its many spirits.
No matter where you live or work, at each moment you are being held by the land. From the location of your birth, to the rich soil that will cradle your bones, the land around you will be offering a perennial invitation— to take root and grow. Throughout our lives each one of us will be brought to places, not only by opportunity or instinct, but by the unique voice of the land itself. Land is not only a provider of food or sustenance; it is an initiator for truly grounded transformation. We must only heed the soil-deep siren song. When we take time to stop and listen to the land, to honor the physical places of our lives, then the many layers of who we are and what exactly it means to be are revealed to us.
On this show we will bring you on a guided meditation we will help you connect with the roots of the earth around you. How can you meet the unseen messengers around you and become a steward of the land? Why is it important and what benefits are there in doing this? Roxie and Carrie will shed light on those answers and so much more. From fairies to tree spirits and the ancient beings of the land, you will find this a most enlightening and empowering show
Ride Arkansas & Trail Safety on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!
Tues. April 14th Noon CST
GARY HOLT and co-host TINA MAE WEBER visit with the "Trailmeister" ROBERT EVERSOLE. What happens when bad things happen to good people...what you need to know and have with you when trail accidents happen...and yes, they can happen to even the most experienced rider.
We take a tour of IDLE NOOK HORSE CAMP with owner MITZI STEVENS and ride the beautiful OUACHITA NATIONAL FOREST in "The Natural State" Arkansas. Another great horsecamp and riding destination for your "bucket list"
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Lamont Robinson is a professional speaker and author of his autobiography “TransformNational: Journey of a Bastard.”
His book is an inspiring story of how one man overcame the trials of his past from Chicago’s violent West Side to develop a path to personal success, despite countless obstacles that sought to derail him.
Lamont has extensive experience in supplier diversity, overseeing successful supplier diversity programs for large corporations in healthcare and media. He has been quoted in various magazines and newspapers including the Wall Street Journal.
You will learn how to:
Enact transformations to seek success
Use Lamont’s 12 Disciplines to implement your transformation
Use adversities and other obstacles as a driver to succeed
Lamont Robinson was born in Chicago, Illinois. He attended Lower Merion High School in Ardmore, Pennsylvania through the A Better Chance college preparatory program. He then returned to Illinois to attend Lake Forest College, in Lake Forest, Illinois.
After graduating from LFC, he went on to work for the Lake County Forest Preserves while obtaining his MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.
After receiving his MBA, he moved on to work for Abbott Laboratories in 2000 as a Senior Purchasing Agent. In 2004, Lamont was part of Abbott’s spin-off, Hospira, as a Senior Purchasing Agent and Small Business Liaison Officer.
In 2012, Lamont joined Nielsen as the Vice President of Supplier Diversity. He was honored by MBN magazine as one of the Top 75 Leading Men in Corporate Diversity.
In continuing the North American Sasquatch Researcher series, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio gladly brings back two favorites from Ohio, Michael Kain and Eric Tipton. Research partners, Eric and Michael have explored and documented Bigfoot evidence in the Salt Fork State Park and Wayne National Forest. We are bringing back these Ohio guys because we have heard they have some important updates. Join us tonight as we hear more great stories. It is always a great show with these two guests.
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"FROM THE BASEMENT TO THE BOARDROOM" is hosted by business/tax expert Brian Joubert and Tony Fleming. Brian & Tony give business tips, tax tips and mindset growth on how to build a proper blueprint for SUCCESS! Also, they get to release their passion for helping other entrepreneurs, which gives potential, inspiring, and existing business owners an outlet to be highlighted and profile their businesses.
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Special episode of Wrestling + 1 with guest co host Forest Segal and as per the bet no shady C
AJ LEE retires from wwe
Anoa family has beef with wwe
RAW this week discussion
Brock Lesnar and paul heyman and the suspension