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This week features special guest Daniel Parmegianni, author of “The Magificent Truths of Our Existence”. Anya and Daniel dialogue around our true nature as magnificent beings. What is it that makes us magnificent? What does that actually mean? And how can we access our magnificence so we can experience it for ourselves? Anya and Daniel explore the idea that our differences, fears, and frailties are only superficial and that deep down underneath it all, we truly are powerfully magnificent beings of light.
ALSO STAY TUNED!!!
at 10.30 am MST for Unwavering Strength Radio
In this show Anya interviews another co-author of the forthcoming book series "Unwavering Strength". This week Daniel Parmegianni shares his behind-the-scenes story of courage to confidence.
Listen as Anya uses precision coaching skills, such as reframing, connecting to breath, and exquisite questioning, to support guests in recognizing the shift from courage to confidence.
On Thursday July 24th, 2014 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will
present a reading of his 1977 article in Gnostica No. 44, "The Magick of
the O.T.A." This article described the philosophy, structure and activities of the Order thirty-seven years ago. You may be surprised to discover how long some of our advanced programs have been operative, such as our unique Hermetic Yoga system, our Celestial Magick Vault and our Magical journal The Seventh Ray. The article is short enough for the author to informally update the information given out at that time. So, if you want to learn where we were and what we did back then, and how we have evolved in the intervening years, tune in and be enlightened.
This month marks the 10-year anniversary of hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon’s collaboration. This week they look back over a decade of tracking the future.
Here's a small sample of what were talking about 10 years ago:
Success: Memes or Materials? | Still Number One! | Pop Quiz! | There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea | Affordable Beauty | No Matter What, He's Wrong | The Next Ten Years: Some Speculations | A Fisking Too Vigorous | Going the Way of the Slide Rule | Energy Punditry 101 | Encyclopedia Galactica | War of the Worlds II | Here's a Trend... | The Future of Wealth | 10 Predictions | Bursting the Wi-Fi Bubble | Our First Attempt at Global Warming | Tiny Cameras Everywhere | Now That the Idea Has Been Killed | Wanna Bet? | The Most Powerful Force? | Navigating Possibility Space | Seven Questions About the Future | Man on the Run | What Should Have Been |
So what has changed most in the intervening decade? What are the biggest surprises? And what is yet to come?
Tune in and explore.
Needle on the Record we do it for the art.
The Angela bring it to you once again with interviews with Superstar recording artist Michelle Williams.
Ms. Williams began singing in her church choir, performing her first solo on "Blessed Assurance" at the age of seven at the St. Paul Church of God in Christ in her hometown of Rockford, IL. Williams released her fourth studio album. Entitled Journey To Freedom, mid-2014.
Angela T also has a conversation with the founder and Executive Producer of the Stellar Gospel Music Awards, Mr. Don Jackson The Stellar Awards has now become the premier Gospel event that recognizes and honors African American artists. This one of a kind award show has showcased top Gospel artists and many television and film stars.
Needle on the Record is an eclectic, candid peek into New Music, Touring and Entertainment News. We will include Artist Interviews, Music Industry News always delivered with a dash of humor.
7.24.2014: Seven weeks ago we began our transformative shift of The PRF Table by conducting A Comprehensive Analyses of Resources Available TO the Religious/Faith-based Community.
Tonight we'll discuss the last few areas of the survey by 1) touching on COMMUNITY LEADERS (since we really didn't get there last week) as some of the specific PEOPLE available to execute and deliver available resources in the various formats we discussed three weeks ago, 2) frequency of resources offered, and 3) closing out with Section C - Practicality and Effectiveness. Please join us and let's transform together by breaking down barriers as we move into the final show about the survey.
Hosts: Rev. N. Dunlap, Jr. and Rev. Warren Feaster and Adia Sanders
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Dezrick Dixon Dezrick Dixon is a native of Durham and an established urban and contemporary gospel singer for the new age. He has been singing for seven years and released his first CD single, "Breath on Me", five years ago. Soon after, "Secret Place," followed by "Fill Your Spirit" was made available worldwide through iTunes. Dezrick’s music is currently being played in the UK, Mexico, Australia, China, Japan and South Africa. In 2009, he released a second CD single entitled, "Testify," which will be on his full CD that will be released in 2010. He has shared the stage with artists such as Slim and the Supreme Angels, Keith Wonder Boy Johnson, The Williams Brothers, Canton Spirituals, Dock Mackenzie and has opened for Gospel legend Luther Barnes. "—
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Kristoff St. John made his television debut at age seven in the sitcom series “That’s My Mama.” Now, 33 years later, he is one of the stars on CBS-TV’s “The Young and The Restless,” the number one rated drama for the past 17 years on daytime television, playing the popular character of Neil Winters. Is it just a coincidence that Kristoff has been starring on Y and R for 16 years?
Kristoff is no stranger to the CBS network, having starred in the series “Charlie and Company,” with Flip Wilson, Gladys Knight, and Della Reese. He was also a series regular on CBS’ “The Bad News Bears.” Kristoff also starred in the Spelling series,“The San Pedro Beach Bums.”
Niyoki began performing at age five with her piano-playing mother, father, brother, and older sister in the White Family and remained with the group through high school. Her two younger sisters later joined the group which recorded five albums, and toured the Midwest and Southeast on weekends and during the summer.
Beverly Nadler Explains Chakras – What Are They and Why Are They Important? –
Chakras are important because everything is energy, and these non-physical vibrating “energy centers” of our body affect us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Eastern traditional teachings tell us the human body has 88,000 chakras, and the seven main chakras of the spine are believed to govern all our organs. When these seven are strong and balanced, we can create a healthier and happier life.
Join Beverly today when she will talk about these chakras -- their locations, colors, how they influence your health and your life -- and most importantly, how to balance and strengthen them.
On a brand new Slasher Studios podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Andrew Beirl will be looking at the killer "dream" series A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET. This week they will be reviewing Wes Craven's New Nightmare as well as the Nightmare on Elm Street remake. Make sure to stay up late for this one. Wednesday night at 10PM central.
Shafia M. Monroe is a visionary, a leader, a Master of Public Health, a veteran midwife, a Certified Childbirth Educator, a Doula Trainer, and a health activist. Shafia Speaks Birth is the platform for inspiring all to embrace birth as the beginning of inner change, growth and world peace; she connects the human family in the universal experience of birth.
Shafia is a motivational speaker; her work transcends color, religion, sexual orientation or class status. She elevates health inequities as a Human Rights issue to motive action in leadership, cultural competency, birth work and women led birth. She is divinely guided; her words unite, motivate and empower the human spirit to embrace the best that one can offer and to act on it.
Shafia is the founder of the International Center for Traditional Childbearing (ICTC) a renowned and respected international non-profit that increases the number of cultural competent midwives and doulas to empower families to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and build capacity in communities of color.
Shafia created the ICTC Full Circle Doula Training program validating a woman’s ability to serve using the traditional midwifery model of care. As a midwife activist, she leads neighborhoods, state and national initiatives to improve maternal, child and family health.
Shafia receives numerous awards for her ground breaking work and is featured in articles, documentaries and in a mural “Women Making History in Portland,” in Portland, OR.
She mothers seven children and nine grandchildren. She gardens, writes, dances and cooks for family and friends.
Bio copied from: http://www.shafiamonroe.com/