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How is it that we feel like children in an adults body? We know we grew up and we want to be grown up, at least throughout our childhoods, yet the only thing that differenciated a child from an adults is the number of experiences that an adult has compared to a child. How can the child in us co exist with our adult self that needs the balance of our innocence and our growth together? How can we acknowledge and join the two together? Tune in and Join in on the conversation tomorrow morning at 5:30 AM, PST!
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When we are innocent we are in a state of non-judgement. We do not judge ourselves or others. We can accept what is as it is. Join us for a our meditation on innocence.
'Innocence Fraud is Real' Warns Crime Lab Report's Chief Managing Editor
John Collinns of Crime Lab Report discusses Innocence fraud
Crime Lab Report, since 2007, has been cited by a variety of authoritative experts and agencies in major rulings and literature publications. To learn more about the impact of Crime Lab Report, please see the Citations link to some of the most significant references to Crime Lab Report articles and the work of our managing editors.
The Wrongful Conviction of Forensic Science
Is Amanda Knox Receiving Financial Benefits from Loyola Law School After Innocence Program?
Innocence implies a natural, harmless, open, and pure intention which is not sullied by ulterior motives. Tune in this week as Lisa Jones and I discuss how innocence is less about age and more about attitude. We know from our earlier experiences that innocence springs from our heart and remains open to joy and wonder. If guided by the conviction of the heart, it brings about wonderful experiences. Unfortunately, if we are naïve and unable to discern what is best for the self, innocence can bring harm. Spiritually, we know that innocence is a willingness to treat all creatures with compassion and respect. This is only possible with a pure heart, astute instincts, and intuition. Tonight’s show is about thinking too much and how it severs our link to the guidance of the heart. Like many layers of this work, it takes practice to give the Universe the benefit of the doubt.
Introductory episode of Innocent Irrelevant. Show discusses how actual innocence doesn't necessarily matter when accused of domestic violence. How police view an allegation or even non-violent actions, from an ex-spouse or intimate partner differently than an accusation of a crime by a stranger and how probable cause is the allegation itself without any substiantiation. The rights of the accused evaporate when it comes to any allegation of domestic abuse. As VAWA passes the Senate and heads to the House of Representatives we discuss how that law undermined the constitutional rights of accused and the effects on innocent people.
Our children have seen, heard and experienced too much in their lives and many are exhibiting signs of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome before they even reach High School. Childhood used to be a time of joy, innocence, laughter, and carefree living. Now there is fear, doubt, distrust, anger and frustration, robbing our children not only of the innocence of youth, but of hope that tomorrow will be a better day. They need to believe it in order to create it, but how do we instill in our children that the have the power to create the world the way they want it to be, when they are standing upon a foundation of emotional trauma? Domestic violence, homelessness, drug addicted parents, and schools that are downright hostile. Who do they turn to for healing? After an early hard life, how can a child's innocence be restored? Today our guest is Life Coach and Family Counselor Shiela Wilkins, Phd Coach dealing with the mind, body and spirit. Later on we'll be joined by therapist Howard Williams, to discuss how we, the extended family, can reach out to our children.
Best selling author, Laura Caldwell talks about this upcoming book with a fascinating premise and an unusual twist of stories of wrongful conviction.
Director, Life After Innocence
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
We are continuing our discussion around innocence. On Tuesdays show we talked about the importance of becoming aware of the pain. That it is about progressive process awareness. This show is focused on the next step. Reframing our understanding and beliefs. To seperate ourselves from the experience in a healthy way that will support further connection in our bodies and spirits
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Learn how to cultivate Fierce Innocence and erase your fear as Paula and Rashminder Kaur discuss the main theme of Paula’s latest book, Fierce Innocence, which is the essential way to experience ourselves directly, as we use a self directed ferociousness to cut through the ego’s unconscious clinging and resistance and bring ourselves home to a relaxed easy presence, instilled with childlike innocence.
We will examine how to cultivate a state of complete openness by using tough love on ourselves to evoke innocence, which is the secret to genuine fearlessness.
Paula will share a Taoist practice, The Lotus Breath, which helps transform fear and insecurity, calming a disturbed mind in order to regain a sense of equilibrium. Join Paula and Rashmindertoday as they discuss the means to maintain this equilibrium by cultivating Fierce Innocence in the midst of everyday life..
HOST: Paula Horan Ph.D. (LaxmiDechenWangmo) is an American psychologist who lives in Asia. A Reiki Master for more than twenty five years, author of eight books on meditation, alternative health, and non-dual awareness, her new book Fierce Innocence, which conveys the wisdom of her Jnana Yoga retreats in fostering a radiant self confidence, is now available at amazon.com/author/paulahoran
in Rock Music
What: Songs of Innocence
Where: Island Records
The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)
Every Breaking Wave
California (There Is No End To Love)
Song for Someone
Iris (Hold Me Close)
Raised By Wolves
Sleep Like A Baby Tonight
This Is Where You Can Reach Me Now
On our last day of innocence we want to top it off with feeling joy in innocence.
How many women don't know how to laugh freely?
We are going to take everyone through a visualization to childhood. Even if you have nothing good about your childhood we will create a space to go back to innocence. Once there we will tap into different actions we can take to stay in joyful innocence.
The benefits of today's call is to have deeper connections in our marriages, families, and with our children. Joy is the greatest connector!