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Lessons in Courage: Peruvian Shamonic Wisdom for Everyday Life with Dr. Bonnie Glass-Coffin
Bonnie Glass-Coffin, PhD, is a visionary and a bridge builder who believes that educating the whole person (head and heart) should be at the core of a liberal arts education. She has been inspired to build these bridges because of the transformative experiences that she has had while studying with Peruvian shamans for more than 30 years. She has spoken about this vision with university presidents, provosts, and deans, as well as students and her anthropology colleagues.
She has developed and piloted course curricula that celebrate this "whole person" approach to learning while providing tools for inner-exploration and development. Bonnie has written two books about her work with Peruvian shamanism, The Gift of Life: Female Spirituality and Healing in Northern Peru and Lessons in Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom for Everyday Life (with don Oscar Miro-Quesada).
For more information visit: http://bonnieglasscoffin.com/
Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo is a respected kamasqa curandero and altomisayoq adept from Peru, visionary founder of The Heart of the Healer (THOTH) Alliance, originator of Pachakuti Mesa Tradition cross-cultural shamanism, and co-author (with Bonnie Glass-Coffin, Ph.D.) of Lessons in Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom for Everyday Life. An internationally acclaimed shamanic teacher, healer and earth honoring ritualist, don Oscar is also OAS Fellow in Ethnopsychology, He has been guiding ethnospiritual apprenticeship expeditions to sacred sites of the world since 1986, with special emphasis on Peru and Bolivia. He is a popular faculty member at educational centers in the USA and abroad, dedicating his life to the revitalization of aboriginal wisdom traditions as a means of restoring sacred trust between humankind and the natural world. A seasoned navigator of non-ordinary states of consciousness, don Oscar is well prepared to help people from all walks of life access realms of Being where multidimensional powers and forces are available for healing self, others, and our beloved Mother Earth as a whole.
Bonnie Glass-Coffin, PhD, is a visionary and a bridge builder who believes that educating the whole person (head and heart) should be at the core of a liberal arts education. She has been inspired to build these bridges because of the transformative experiences that she has had while studying with Peruvian shamans for more than 30 years.
Her website is: http://bonnieglasscoffin.com/
Join host Pamela Marie Edmunds this evening as she welcomes to her show Author Don Oscar Miro-Quesada. They will be discussing don Oscar's book "Lessons in Courage; Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom for Everyday Life."
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Don Oscar Miro-Quesada originated the Pachakuti Mesa tradition of cross-cultural shamanism and is visionary founder of The Heart of the Healer (THOTH) Foundation. He is a respected kamasqa curandero and altomisayoq adept from Peru and has been guiding cross-cultural ethno-spiritual apprenticeship expeditions to sacred sites of the world since 1986, with special emphasis on Peru and Bolivia. He has been a popular faculty member at numerous U.S. colleges and universities, and his works and programs have been featured on CNN, Univision, A&E, and the Discovery Channel.
On this week's episode of Guy's Guy Radio, Peruvian Shaman and author of the new book Lessons In Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom for Everyday Life, don Oscar Miro-Quesada joins the show!
Originator of the Pachakuti Mesa tradition of cross-cultural shamanism and founder of The Heart of the Healer (THOTH) Foundation, Don Oscar is a respected kamasqa shaman and altomisayoq adept from Peru. and has been guiding cross-cultural ethno-spiritual apprenticeship expeditions to sacred sites of the world since 1986, with special emphasis on Peru and Bolivia.
Join Robert Manni, author of The Guys' Guy's Guide To Love as we discuss life, love and the pursuit of happiness.
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Scott Cluthe is honored to spend an hour with Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo, a true Shaman on the 21st century.
Don Solevo has released a new co-authored book, Lessons in Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom in Everyday Life. Do not miss this special conversation & call in at : 347-308-8478.
Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo is the originator of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition of cross-cultural shamanism and visionary founder of The Heart of the Healer Foundation (THOTH). A respected kamasqa curandero and altomisayoq adept from Peru, don Oscar's apprenticeship in northern coastal huachuma curanderismo and initiation into the southeastern Andean paqokuna shaman/priesthood, formally took place between the years 1969 and 1986.
His first immersion into the living soul and mythic reality of Peruvian shamanism was under the uncompromising tutelage of the famed huachumero don Celso Rojas Palomino from Salas, a then small agricultural community near the city of Chiclayo.
Don Oscar accomplished his apprenticeship in northern coastal curanderismo fulfilling the dual role of auxilio de mesada ("healing altar auxiliary" or "ceremonial assistant") and rastrero ("clairvoyant diagnostician"/"diviner"), eventually becoming don Celso's segundo de mando en banco ("second in command for curing sessions"), throughout the winter months (June, July and August in the Southern Hemisphere) of each year until don Celso's untimely passing in July of 1982.
Author and entrepreneur Ava Pierre Cogburn shares her life lessons.
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Author Robert McNally shares his life lessons. Reminiscing about the "good 'ol days” can drum up some interesting memories of days gone by, a simpler time when the biggest concern children had was how many minutes they could play outside until Mom and Dad noticed the streetlights were on. After all, that was the universal signal that it was time to hightail it into the house. Author Robert McNally's hilarious recollection of his childhood memories, in The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey trilogy is reminiscent of Huck Finn.
The trilogy includes two volumes to-date: I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1), Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood (vol. 2), and the final book in the trilogy is currently being penned.
I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1) highlights McNally's childhood during WWII and the Great Depression when he grew up near a crematory and a jail. This wide-eyed, young boy's inner circle included members of his family, inmates of the county jail, and his best friend Rosemary. In his surroundings were gypsies, beggars and hobos.
The second volume of the trilogy, Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood, continues on with McNally's adventures as he enters adolescence. One day he picked himself up and walked out of school and did not return. Three months later he was registered in a different one.
Robert McNally writes about his life's adventures growing up in Ridgewood and Middle Village, NY, at the coaxing of friends and family. Insurance auditor, turned writer, McNally now resides in New York with his wife.
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Kathy Garver, star of Family Affair, shares life lessons from Mom.
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There are hundreds of books that profile the characteristics of some of the world’s legitimately great leaders. One of the most common themes is not the fact that they did not experience fear but instead had the courage to persevere through the scariest and risk laden times. Join Daniel and Johnnie as they explore why some of us are wired to “give up” while others will fight to the death to achieve their dreams.
Enjoy this Ace Hardware Life Lesson show with third generation owner, Jesse Gullion of Alvarado Paint and Hardware.
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Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes, with 1.7 million new cases diagnosed each year
-86 million Americans age 20 and older had pre-diabetes in 2012, up from 79 million in 2010
-Approximately six million Americans use insulin to manage their diabetes*
Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes, and about six million people use life-saving insulin to manage their diabetes. The disease is complex and often overwhelming, creating barriers that may prevent people with diabetes from enjoying the same opportunities as everyone else.
Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietician, Tami Ross joins us today to talk about things people with diabetes can do to simplify their lives. Welcome!
What are some of the challenges people with diabetes face on a daily basis?
What tips do you have for people to best control their diabetes?
Can you tell us about the “Dynamic Duos” education campaign and the role diabetes educators play in working with patients?
Are there new technologies that reduce the steps to insulin injection and conceal the needle?
How much of a game changer is this new needle where you don’t have to actually see the needle itself? How big of a deal is that for diabetes patients?
Where can we go for more information?
Diabetes requires continual blood sugar monitoring, meal planning, exercise and stress management. Medication may be needed for the rest of their lives, including insulin, which often requires multiple injections per day.
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