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Want to realize your dreams? Karen Whitelaw-Smith, intuitive coach and transformational change expert, joins me to discuss her unique take on how you can achieve your full potential and emerge as the person you are truly meant to be. We’ll also talk about Karen’s personal story of connecting with the Spirit, and the way it’s changed her life and influenced her work. Karen's new book is The Butterfly Experience: How to Transform Your Life from the Inside Out. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
Join host Daniel Michael and associate producer Genise R. White as they welcome their guest Karen Tate!
Karen is an author, lecturer and Sacred tour director.
Her latest book is "Goddess Calling" check it out here :http://www.karentate.com/Tate/GoddessCallingBook.html
Karen has written much on the subject of the power of the Divine Feminine as well as Sacred places of this planet Earth.
Karen A. Dahlman is an author, licensed therapist, business owner & consultant and a leading expert Ouija-ologist. She has been researching the use of the Ouija Board since 1973 by first-handedly using and perfecting her communication with varying consciousness and sentient beings via this tool with consistently amazing results!
Having a strong, spiritual connection to her spirit friends, as she has throughout her entire life, she teaches others within her books about the positive benefits of using the Ouija Board and other creative means as a pathway for expanding and deepening one’s world and expression within it in the most profound ways.
Creative Visions Publications
PO Box 1496
San Clemente, CA 92674
Karen Barnett, author of Mistaken and Out of the Ruins, lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two kids, and a mischievous dachshund. When she's not writing, Karen enjoys photography, hiking, public speaking, decorating crazy birthday cakes, and dragging her family through dusty history museums. Oregon Christian Writers (OCW) honored her with the Writer of Promise Award in 2013. Karen is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and Oregon Christian Writers (OCW) and has been published in Guideposts and other national magazines.
While her sister lies on her deathbed, Abby Fischer prays for a miracle. What Abby doesn’t expect, however, is for God’s answer to come in the form of the handsome Dr. Robert King, whose experimental treatment is risky at best.
As they work together toward a cure, Abby’s feelings for Robert become hopelessly entangled. Separated by the tragedy of the mighty San Francisco earthquake, their relationship suddenly takes a back seat to survival. With fires raging throughout the city, Abby fears for her life as she flees alone through burning streets. Where is God now? Will Robert find Abby, even as the world burns around them? Or has their love fallen with the ruins of the city?
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Zen teacher, Buddhist priest, meditation teacher, author, wife, and mother Karen Maezen Miller is renowned for helping her readers and students understand that the contentment they think of as “out there” is actually here and now. In today’s interview, she discusses the true nature of fear, how fear, doubt, and anxiety can blind us, and the Buddhist perspective on dying.
She writes about these concepts and more in her newest book, Paradise in Plain Sight, Lessons from a Zen Garden.
Linda and Cindy and are delighted to welcome her to the show. You can learn more about her work by visiting www.karenmaezenmiller.com
There's so much more to having a canine companion than just feeding, grooming and walking them.
Is there a better way to train your dog?
Guest: Karen Palmer
We will discuss the benefits of connecting with your dog and hear stories of how certain dogs changed lives.
Karen will share secrets in dog training and teach about energy healing for you and your pet.
Don't miss this ground-breaking and revolutionary way to train your dog and opportunity to realise that you were guided to each other for specific spiritual lessons.
Host: Lucinda Curran
Join us as we take this bond to a whole new level.
Huffington Post columnist Rachel Thompson and writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz discuss topics of the day and media guests on Lets Talk
Tonight's guest is author Karen Kondazian
Karen Kondazian’s career as an actor, writer and producer is as diverse as it is long. She was born in Boston, Massachusetts. At the age of eight Karen was chosen to be one of the infamous children on Art Linkletter’s Kids Say the Darndest Things. The opportunity to miss school during tapings was all it took for Karen to abandon her life’s goal of becoming a CIA spy and focus on acting.
She completed her schooling at San Francisco State College, The University of Vienna and The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA), after which she began her career in New York. Her first professional work was in the award winning production of Michael Cacoyannis’ The Trojan Women at the Circle in the Square Theatre.
Her theater career has included starring opposite Ed Harris in Sweet Bird of Youth, Richard Chamberlain in Richard II , Stacy Keach in Hamlet, (dir. Gordon Davidson), Ray Stricklyn in Vieux Carre , which she also produced). She also starred in Eduardo Machado’s off-Broadway play, Broken Eggs.
She won the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Actress in The Rose Tattoo, in which her work as actor and producer so impressed Tennessee Williams that they became friends and he gave her carte blanche to produce any of his work in his lifetime.
she is also the author of the Whip, which she is writing the screenplay of her book
There are 820 MILLION searches on Google each month for the phrase "How to Get What I Want". On today’s show, social media strategist, Janice Clark, owner of BizMSolutions, is going to share a special guest who took those searches seriously and decided to help people actually get what they want in life! it's taken 2 years, many thousands of man/woman hours and over a 1000 beta testers, consultants, partners and supporters, but she has finally released the Keller Influence Indicator (KII). This assessment is able to help you determine, based on your unique responses to each question, just how likely you are to be able to influence any conversation in your favor. It does this based on 7 traits of influence that everyone has – Confidence, Commitment, Courage, Passion, Empowering, Trustworthiness and Likeability. Dr. Keller then helps you improve upon your weakest traits and helps you learn how to use those traits together in order to be more influential and get all you’ve ever wanted in life!
Today, Janice Clark and Dr. Karen Keller will be discussing how to be more influential online using those 7 traits of influence. These traits play a huge part in your social media success, whether you realize it or not! Join our show today and find out how you can hone your social media success using your own 7 traits of influence!
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Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women.
I Died and Lived to Talk about It! So what does your world look like after dying not once, not twice but three times? If you knew that you have chosen your experiences and each experience had purpose would you live your life differently? If you knew at the end of this journey you reviewed your life are you willing to accept accountability for what your actions created? Karen Matheson will speak on her experience of passing over, what she learnt and what living her life with purpose looke
Karen Romano Young was frequently wet during her early years. Despite not actually having webbed feet, she spent much of her nonschool time up to her knees in the Atlantic, Long Island Sound, or the Mill River in her hometown of Fairfield, Connecticut. Although Karen had little formal science education before high school, she learned on her feet, and has continued to do so through a career that includes scientific research expeditions, writing, and illustrating.
Karen has dived to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean in a tiny submarine, crunched through Arctic ice in an icebreaker, and visited labs, museum workshops, and research institutions across the U.S. in order to write and draw about science -- especially ocean science. She is the author of nearly 30 books for children, has illustrated several of these, and is the creator of Humanimal Doodles, a science comic for kids. Her fiction work includes the award-winning novel The Beetle and Me and the celebrated graphic novel Doodlebug.
Karen’s recent work includes Humanimal Doodle-style picture books for Harper Big Cat, such as Watching Whales, and Stuck in the Middle (Of Middle School), a sequel to Doodlebug. Right now she’s working on the photo shoot of a new National Geographic.