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Tonight I'll be sharing about the role vulnerability plays in getting what you want out of life and giving yourself the time and attention you need in order to be available for others. I'll be taking questions from callers about their personal scenarios and giving all the love and support I can muster to have you choose you, as you are and as you are not.
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Tonight I will be discussing the role boundaries play in creating a life where you take care of you so that you are available for others. Tonight's guest is Brooklyn and NYC-based yoga instructor and intuitive healer, Dina Smirnova. Dina will be sharing how she has found boundaries effective in her own life and in the practice she shares with her clients.
This seeming superficial or ego-driven statement," To Know Me Is To Love Me!".....which most use to somehow allow themselves to feel temporary self-value with respect to others, may well be more powerful than we realize.
Join Nalagy and Jahwie for this ground-breaking discussion.
Join My Rays of Light Radio, with hosts LM Young and Nadiyah, Tuesday at 10pm est
"Will You Still Love Me..."
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Our hosts will be beginning our conversation about SELF-LOVE
Why is it so easy to love anyone and anything else?
Are we actually able to love another...if we don't love ourselves?
How can we break this cycle??
"I LUH GOD BUT HE DON’T LOVE ME" - WHEN U THINK JESUS DON’T LOVE U BECAUSE YOU DON’T HAVE THE BLESSINGS. So much is put into "Being Blessed in the City" in today's church culture. "Blessed Coming in and Blessed When you go", we have made The Gospel of The Kingdom of Heaven too much about God's Favor equaling material blessings than the balance of contentment. Thus when many of us cannot get the "favor of God" as defined in church, the material and financial blessings that we have been promised as a "Child of God" or a "Child of the King", it leads to disappointment, depression, bitterness, envy, covetousness etc. I know from personal experience thinking "God don't love me because I did not get this or that". When we measure people's "anointing" by the price of their gators, purse or foreign car it cheapens and waters down the gospel. Is God only Good when we get a new car (the latest model), new house (bigger), job (more money), new man or woman; everything is a blessing measuring contest. Being content is "godliness" according to the bible but in today's church culture it is despised. People are told "you ought to be believing for more", and you need to "step out on faith", which in itself is not a bad thing but the context is key. In too many cases we're not training people to be sons and daughters of the Kingdom but spiritual bastards who can only "Luh God" when there is something that we can "show and tell". Join me on Tuesday from 12 PM - 1 EST. as we talk about GREAT GAIN with Contentment in The Kingdom of Heaven.
1 Corinthians 13:1-13
If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give away all I have, and if I deliver up my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing. Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful;
How many of us are willing to take the stand for ourselves and tell someone to "Love Me Right or Not At All?" Here to tell us how to be loved is Joseph Snider. Joseph D. Snider is a Licensed Social Worker in the Washington, DC area. He received a BSW from Andrews University, a BA in Social Services from the Columbia Union College, and a MSW from Howard University. He is the author of the forthcoming book “Love Me Right or Not at All”: A Quick Guide to Loving Yourself and Others the Healthy Way.
This book seeks to assist everyone who reads it to love with balance and give love to the right people. Joseph is striving to become an expert in the practice of relationship empowerment. He strives to build healthy, powerful, and well-balanced relationships in the lives of everyone who seeks after the knowledge, values, and skills Joseph is an aspiring Marriage and Family Therapist. He developed marriage empowerment sessions that are designed to help fortify marriages by focusing on the strengths of the couple and teaching the couple to develop skills in effective communication, free expression of romance, and connecting truly intimately with one another. Relationships are vital to the human experience and often shape our mindsets, our personalities, and our environments. Knowing this, Joseph works to encourage not only those who believe in his skills, but also works passionately to build his knowledge and skills in the area of relationships to present the best of who he is both personally and professionally. Joseph is fun-loving, funny, and a people person who wants everyone to enjoy the relationships they are in. Joseph is in love with his family; his wife Kelly and their two beautiful children.
Take 2!!! Because of the glitch it the matrix from last week's show we're going at it again:) Nothing about life or love is irrational or pathetic. Persistence, determination, and discipline combined with a clear vision creates a yellow brick road to authenctic, genuine, reciprocal, yummy, and delicious relationships.
In love and in life our vulnerability is one of our greatest strengths. We often believe that we risk too much by being vulnerable, but, in fact, the opposite is true. When we build a wall around us to protect ourselves from our big, bad fears, we miss out on so much.
When we live with the mindset that something may be taken from us (physically or emotionally), or that we need to be in control of everything that happens, we endure fear on a daily basis. It’s exhausting to live this way. It makes us cynical, suspicious, and unable to follow our hearts because we are afraid of what might happen.
Join Dr. Darren as he dives into the Heart of the Matter of letting love rule!
In the season of love we find ourselves focused on what other people think - about us, our relationship status, our place in life, and many other things that don't truly matter. But, what about that all-important love that all too often get’s missed - self love? Is it selfish or narcissistic to nurture and love yourself? Can you even love others if you can’t love yourself first?
Hot off the St. Valentine’s Day holiday, Mordant & McFall discuss what it means to love as well as some of the pitfalls that come along with being in love. Join in for an episode all about what should matter most - what you think about, and how you show love to...yourself.
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Happy Valentine weekend Brains, On the edge with April Mahoney we are talking about love. How do you want to be loved, where do you want to be loved, when do you want to be loved, who do you want to love and do you believe in unconditional love? Then to top it off I am going to do an erotic poetry reading, get ready to talk love on the edge.