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Women of a Certain Age:
Am I living the fullest life possible in this stage of life? How do I answer the 4 core questions now: Who Am I? What Do I Want? What is my purpose in life? What Am I grateful for? As we pass the age of 60 what future are we creating for ourselves? Are we actively creating or are we just drifting on momentum we started decades ago? Love, happiness, sex, God--where are my values? Join six power women of a certain age to find valuable answers. Guests: Patricia Smith Melton, Dr. Caryl Mussenden, Charlayne Hunter Gault, A’Lelia Bundles, Renee KIzer, Octavia Carlos.
Join Cynthia and her guest Donna Maria Coles Johnson, founder and CEO of the Indie Business Network, a nationwide trade organization, as they discuss reinvention. Retirement, death, empty nest syndrome, divorce and restlessness can all contribute to the compelling need to reinvent by making personal changes or starting a business.
Donna Maria and the Indie Business Network serve creative entrepreneurs and Makers of handmade cosmetics, jewelry, perfume, candles and other artisan products by offering affordable liability insurance and endless resources for anyone starting a business. Donna Maria is a wife, mom, attorney, award winning home-based business advocate, entrepreneur mentor and coach, and the host of the Indie Business Podcast. As you can see, she reinvents herself a lot :)
Connect with Donna Maria at www.donnamaria.com and at her business site @ http://www.indiebusinessnetwork.com
Join Cynthia in this discussion with Gia Combs Ramirez who has been studying the “how to” of healing and manifesting for over 25 years. Her journey began on a ranch in Montana where she learned to read energy from the horses that she rode every day. She grew frustrated with the humans around her who seemed to ignore this connection that was right in front of their faces. When she lost her own "connection" she began studying how to regain it and the sense of joy that came with it.
Her journey led her to dicovering a new energy system on the planet that became activated on Dec 21, 2012. She offers classes and individual sessions that work with this new energy system. She is the author of Transformation: The Emergence of the Crystalline System and the founder of Crystalline Consciousness Technique™.
Gia’s latest class that launches this summer is called Crystalline Families for kids, parents and animal companions. Up until now, gia’s classes have focused on individuals. This new class is focusing on group energy and will improve communication, energetic interactions, and the health of the group overall.
Thank you for joining me for episode 66 of HiPPiE WiTCH : Magick For A New Age.
You can pick up a FREE copy of my eBook "HiPPiE WiTCH : Peace, Love & All That Good Sh!t" here... http://www.joannadevoe.com/p/free-stuff.html
MUCH LOVE -xo
Join Cynthia of MoonMaid Botanicals, Vesna Plakanis of A Walk in the Woods and Elaine Miller who has a long history with the National Park Service, as they discuss the benefits of getting out in the woods. All are avid hikers and know a lot about the Smoky Mountains. This area is very diverse and world renowned for it's plant diversity. From wildflowers famous in the Spring, to the wide array of disiduous trees, traditional medicinal species, and wild herbs, the Smoky Mountains is a wonderland of plants of all kinds. Cynthia's land, MoonMaid's Medicinal Botanical Sanctuary, is a 5 acre gem dedicated to preserving, protecting and propagating native medicinal species, many of which are endangered. A member of United Plant Savers Native Plant Sanctuary network, the land is in the planning stages of expansion to include hiking trails, programs for children and building an Herb Cottage to further our teaching capabilities.
This is Part 2 with Dr. Grant -
With a PhD in Human Science, Dr. Christina Grant blends meaningful, intuitive life guidance with energy healing and balancing, both by phone and in person, to help people attain physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness.
Dr. Grant was already interested in breast health and had been researching it for six years when she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 39. This led her to discover there were no books available for women who wanted a truly holistic way to heal from breast dis-ease. The Holistic Approach to Breast Cancer came about as a result of her wanting women to have the information at their fingertips, in one easy-to-understand guide. It can be found on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle versions, as well as B&N, and other retailers
Her Holistic Woman blog about body, mind, spirit integration and wellbeing, can be found at www.holisticwoman.org.
To learn more about Dr. Christina Grant or to contact her, please visit her website at www.christinagrant.com
Welcome to The New Age Review with metaphysical writer Barbara Graver of TheNewAgeReview.com and BarbaraGraver.com!
In tonight's episode Barbara will be talking about the archangel Gabriel, the role of the messenger, the creative process and her current writing course (Janet Conner's Plug In for Writers). She will be taking calls on the material or for angel card readings as time permits.
Next Show August 27 with Astral Projectionist, Author and Teacher Robert Bruce!!!
To read more about Archangel Gabriel please see A Flea Market Angel: The Archangel Gabriel, As She Appeared to Me on Barbara's blog.
Join us every other Wednesday night at 9PM ET for compelling interviews with your favorite spiritual authors and teachers, in depth reviews of metaphysical material and resources, and Barbara's own spiritual insights!
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As we elevate and evolve the people and our surroundings should be elevating and evolving as well.
If you are continuously pulling your surroundings as you evolve, that’s a huge problem.
Join the Innovative Black Men show as they discuss "Elevate and Evolve" - "Progressive Forward Motion"
The Conversation will begin Wednesday at 7pm (CST) / 8pm (EST). Listen/call in (347) 324-5327
Only at #Blogtalkradio #TaylorKennedieMedia #InnovativeBlackMen
Long-distance relationships are not for the faint of heart. Sure, the beginnings of love feel like hearts and giggles and imaginings of what’s to come, but what about the lagging times in the middle when you’re physically apart, and love and admiration start to wage a private war against life-sized fears and doubt? Is this relationship worth it? Are you fooling yourself? Does this person really like me? Do we have what it takes to survive this?
Take a break from those self-defeating thoughts for a moment and consider this: it’s perfectly natural to feel doubt and fear in the lulls of a long-distance relationship. In the frustrating times between those magical long weekends and planned visits, you just want to spend time with someone that you really like and who you want to really like you, too. You need reassurance that your strong feelings of love and admiration are reciprocated. So what do you do? How do you cope with a long-distance relationship?
But before you judge your friends in long distance relationships, stay tuned in to the show tonight as we discuss 10 ways that long distance relationships can help, rather than hurt, a couple: "Positive Controversy"
Our radio show is more than just making self-proclamations of being "real" men, it's a state of mind and a way of life. First and foremost, we do not hate ladies. But we cant stand the 98% of women out there who feel entitled for free drinks and dinners. Although we are brutally honest and unyielding in our views on soft males, single mothers, and mad black women, we do not promote hating or completely disrespecting women. However, we DO hate and disrespect is the never-ending BS that too many men have to go through on a daily basis when dealing with most women and society. In other words, we have no problem expressing absolute contempt towards any irrational, disrespectful, and/or unrealistic behavior or attitude that is normally portrayed by women. We are feverishly working to put an end to all of that.
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.
Sometimes it takes a literal change in perspective to change our mental perspective. Once we remove ourselves from all foolishness, life gets better and you will start to uncover a love for self that will become unbreakable.
Join the Innovative Black Men show Wednesday as we discuss "How to Fall in Love with your Life"
Dr. Veronica Duncan Walters and Aaron Jordan will join us to add their innovative thoughts to this topic.
Listen/Call in (347) 324-5327 only at #BlogTalkRadio #TaylorKennedieMedia #InnovativeBlackMen
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