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Don Jose Ruiz was born in Mexico City, Mexico and was raised in Tijuana, Mexico.
When he was 21 he came to live in the U.S. with his father, don Miguel Ruiz. From a
very young age don Jose was guided by many teachers present in his life including, his
mother and father, his grandmother Sarita, and several other Naguals.
Through masterful guidance by his teachers and amazing life experiences with precision
synchronicity, Jose came to 'silent knowledge'; he witnessed the world as it is, without
any story. In his early twenties, don Jose lost his eyesight. In his process of
surrendering, he learned the value of learning to listen; to listen to his inner wisdom and
integrity and to see different perspectives, while knowing nothing is personal. He had a
renewed love and gratitude for life ~ and he found acceptance, happiness and
abundance; he found bliss. He grasped a true understanding of faith, love, gratitude and
humility. Through his surrender and faith, in concert with modern medicine Jose
recovered his eyesight.
Like his father, combining new insights with ancient wisdom, don Jose Ruiz is dedicating
his life to sharing the ancient Toltec wisdom by translating it into practical, everyday life
concepts that promote transformation through truth, love and common sense.
The Fifth Agreement takes us to a deeper level of awareness of the power of the Self,
and returns us to the authenticity we were born with. In this compelling sequel to The
Four Agreements, we are reminded of the greatest gift we can give ourselves: the
freedom to be who we really are. To Submit your art go to TheUniverseOfNow.com and to contact Don Jose or submit your art send to Tammy@miguelruiz.com
Of course we have to talk some UFC 179...but then....
Alyssa Vasquez vs Alexa Conners for the Conflict 135lbs title is enough for any fan to get their monies worth on November 8th. We were even more excited to announce Charity Walker vs Andy Nguyen on fighting on the same card. Now we have the pleasure of announcing the 115lb title bout between Stryker Fight Center’s Jennifer Darr and Doro MMA’s Ashley Samples!!! Two of the regions top females will be making the trip from Georgia to claim stake in one of the regions most coveted titles, the Conflict MMA 115lb title. This belt was vacated by Invicta Fighting Championships JJ Aldrich after she turned professional after a 5 round war with Ashley Greenway earlier this year. We expect the same great things from both of these awesome females.
Two more WMMA bouts confirmed for this card, bringing the total to 5 on Conflict’s third Columbia show, and its 22nd over all. The rest of the event is stacked with a plethora of hot upcoming ammy’s, many on the verge of breaking out. Fight Club Series has done an amazing job of providing an excellent, pro level platform for amateur fighters on the rise. Check out the card right here, and be there November 8th in Columbia, South Carolina for all the action!
Interview with Jose Medina, candidate for Assembly District 61.
agenda you ask? ha we never have agenda's on this show lol jk, join us for...should the patrios dump tom brady? should you be pentlized for being religous? (or in the case of ufc) busted for a crime from the past? well find out today also major upsets in wwe and tna don't miss the show LIVE !!
Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is clearly the future of big time boxing. The Mexican superstar has already cemented himself as a top draw within the sport, and with Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao on their way out of the sport, Canelo is in position as the youngest of the cash cows with the weight of boxing relevancy on his shoulders.
We could have a less desirable option to represent boxing’s biggest stage in the coming years, and while Canelo might not be the “pound for pound” technical expert that kingpin Mayweather is, he has proven that he is willing to take on the toughest challenges.
If you ask an unbiased fight fan about the most significant issue facing boxing’s biggest stage they will say that the lack of competitiveness in Mayweather main events and his choice of opponents over the years is a key factor in his overall appeal and the overall appeal of boxing as a whole.
With Canelo at the helm, he could change the very nature of big time boxing by taking on the most worthy challengers, despite their mainstream appeal.
And if you believe Oscar De La Hoya, then that could very well be the case in Canelo’s next fight.
“Canelo is looking to fight in May of next year, so nothing is being negotiated now, we’re several months away. We’re looking to see who he’s going to fight, so hopefully we can start that very soon. Canelo is telling me he wants to fight ‘GGG,’ he wants to fight whoever’s out there.
We are almost done with Eric Pepin's teachings now. The last section I hve to share with you is his Whitefire series. This will cover part 1 of the series and then the final segment will be Whitefire part 2. So far it has been interesting to her what he has to say and I expect this series to be equally compelling.
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