• 00:43

    Using Symbol & Metaphor to Boost Manifestation with Robin Rice

    in Lifestyle

    Listen in as I talk symbol, metaphor, shamanic tools and boosting manifestation with author, contemporary shaman, and social thought leader, Robin Rice. We use examples from Shaman Sea & Sky, Robin's recently launched online shop offering handcrafted shamanic tools and gifts, plus vintage sacred items from around the world. 

    This is a special episode for me as I have been training with this amazing woman for the past several years. It is an honor to have her as a guest on the show and our conversation was inspiring!

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  • 00:56

    The Entrancing Power of Myths, Fables and Metaphor

    in Psychology

    The fine art of communication has always relied heavily on myths, fables and metaphor as a method of saying things indirectly. This is known as multi-level communication. Its complicated.
    Conscious awareness about these little understood patterns of perception create the ability to take a second look at the metaphors we use to make sense of our reationships, businesses, politics and lives. This is an emotional level of understanding - where perception, behavior and results evolve. You will probably be amazed, entranced and inspired by recognizing your ability to adjust these aspects of your life.

  • 01:35

    READINGS- Theater Is A Metaphor for Life With Guest Curtis Folts

    in Spirituality

     Call in and participate, share expereinces with connecting to the Divine, and or ask a question? Curtis Folts in my personal experince has been instrumental in my growth/consciousness expanding due to his ability to channel messages and pass them forward along with his approach making it easy for an individual to open up. If you can not open up at first but want to that's ok, Curtis with your permission will assist you. I will inform everyone on what type of questions will be allowed when show begins.   Please welcome today's guest Curtis Folts as he shares what is was like in the beginning of his awakening. The Process of Connecting to the Divine... Is their a connection between metaphysical experiences and "complex situations" we find ourselves in with the people in our lives.. thus awakening to the connection to the divine?   Are we really here to learn from one another?   A quote from Curtis folts "Theater is a metaphor for life."  Join us as we dive in for a closer look  into... Trusting In The Process. What does this look like?  As a servant to the light that is I AM...  I am here to help you see yourself more clearly...to hold yourself more worthy...to be who you know you truly are.....To Reach Curtis Folts go to FaceBook......sit back grab your favorite beverage and enjoy today's enlightening conversations with our guest Curtis Folts 

  • 00:59

    Harmony: Merging the Great and Small

    in Spirituality

    Harmony implies a union but a union of what?  In personal and spiritual growth it is the high and low, superior and inferior, or the great and small.  We learn that our strength comes from within but our devotion is often to the external. The message here is that an individual evolving in their work is inside and growing; an individual that is too external is not. Tune in this week as Jo Ann Brown and I discuss the merging of these two worlds, the upper and lower dimensions of spiritual growth.  We will learn that there is reward in framing one’s life with the seasons; we get to exist within the structure of a natural rather than an arbitrary order of things. Harmony depicts the waning of egotistical illusions and the waxing of true potential. You know you’ve achieved some level of wisdom if you allow your inner world to rule the psyche. This image of great and small is one of the most universal symbols produced by the human psyche: the sexual union of Spirit and Matter.  Psychologically, the condition is a metaphor for a higher state of integration. 

  • 01:02

    Diabetes Late Nite Inspired by Meghan Trainor

    in Health

    Mr. Divabetic and the Diabetes Late Nite team explore emotions related to living with diabetes with inspiration from Grammy Award nominee Megan Trainor.

    Megan Trainor’s break-out hit, “All About That Bass” features lyrics about body acceptance.  In this case, the bass is a metaphor for the booty. “Yeah it's pretty clear, I ain't no size two / But I can shake it, shake it like I'm supposed to do,” she sings.

    How well are you at accepting the fact that you’re living with diabetes? Negative emotions such as anger, frustration, hopelessness, fear, guilt and shame is very common among people with diabetes. Navigating your way through a range of emotions as well as learning to accept your diagnosis can prove to be a major stumbling block for many people’s daily diabetes self-care management.

    Guests include: Dr. Beverly S. Adler, PhD, CDE, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Poet Lorraine Brooks and Mama Rose Marie.

  • 00:15

    Assault by Business Card: Is there a Better Way to Network?

    in Business

    Assault by Business Card: Is there a Better Way to Network? This is our topic this morning on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Networking is a pretty useless activity if the people you meet don’t remember you. Thus one of the major projects you should undertake is the creation of a persona. You need to be remembered for one thing in particular–actually, you’ll ideally be remembered for many things. I take a two-pronged approach to this, both in the business cards I hand out and in the physical impression I make. The business card is the personal currency of any industry. If you show up to an industry event and you don’t have a business card, you might as well be playing football without your helmet. Preparing food without your knife. Metaphor making without your imagination. Erm. You get the idea.This show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. #applecapital #applecapitalgroup

  • 00:30

    The Cancerous Stories We Sometimes Live By (part 1)

    in Psychology

    Like many others I am horrified by the lastest activities of those justifying the mass murder of innocents in the name of Islamic Jihad. As a psychologist I feel compelled to try and explain such behaviors believing that only understanding can lead to preventing both the atrocities themselves and fear driven, irrational responses to the perpetrators. I will employ the medical metaphor of cancer to structure my own story to explain the current wave of violence across the middle east and now "metasticizing" into Europe, the United States and other parts of the world. The philosopher Daniel Dennett suggests that many ideas and other products of human imagination refered to as "memes" can be compared to their biological counterparts, the genes. Genes that add to human adaptibility tend to spread in the population while those that fail to add to human health and adaptive success die off and disappear. Similarly ideas and inventions (Psychoanalysis and cell phones for example) expand rapidly to the degree that people who come in contact with them find them helpful in their adaptive struggles in life. Genes can become damaged and create cancers that spread and if not contained can destroy the lives of those so suffering. So too can ideas, stories and other inventions lead to the destruction of lives, whole societies, and I believe to civilization and our species itself. Just as cancer can be found all over the planet and in every historical epoch so to can cancerous stories be found. The Crusades, Nazism, malignant Communism,and hundreds of other political, religious and nationalistic movements prove that Islamic Jihad is not unique and is not merely a product of the Muslim faith but is to be understood as innate to human social functioning as is cancer to our biological existence.       

  • Lessons from the 12 Archangels with Belinda Womack

    in Self Help

    Belinda Womack is a spiritual counselor, teacher and author of Lessons from the 12 Archangels, Divine Intervention in Daily Life, scheduled for September 2015 publication from Bear & Company.  

    Lessons from the 12 Archangels, Divine Intervention in Daily Life is a treasure chest of channeled angelic wisdom that can be used daily for supporting our journey through “School Room Earth.” According to Belinda, “We are here to learn, through our experiences and choices, that we are children of the Divine.” Her forthcoming book offers clear strategies for transforming the wounds trapped within the deep subconscious that block us from experiencing positive change. The guided imagery exercises integrate the higher-power from our batteries of spiritual energy (chakras), together with the healing love of the 12 Archangels of the Central Soul of God. This facilitates a vibrational super shift that moves us form Earth’s suffering to Heaven’s abundance. 

    Belinda is the creator of the 12 Archangels University, an on-line “change your everyday reality to Heaven on Earth” education platform. She has had an active spiritual counseling practice to support individuals, couples and families for nearly 25 years and writes an email newsletter (In Sight by Belinda Womack). Her name is listed on three patents for a modern technology platform where she developed images to connect with emotionally based preferences. Belinda has a M.A. in microbiology and M.S. in environmental science.  She is currently writing a new book with the working title of “The Language of Reality, Understanding the Metaphor in the Events of Everyday Life.” Belinda lives in Maine with her husband.  

    Visit Belinda- BelindaWomack.com

    Visit Coach Cafe' and your hosts Kathleen Martin, LOACC and Estra Roell, LOACC- coachcaferadio.com


  • 00:31

    The Diabetes Football Metaphor: Type 1 (aka Not Me) Vs. Type 2 (aka Why Me)

    in Health

    Join us as we use the gridiron metaphor of living & managing diabetes. On the bench and sidelines are Juvenile & Gestational Diabetes. Connect with us 24/7 on Facebook & Twitter @WhyMeDiabetes.

  • 00:31

    The Diabetes Football Metaphor: Type 1 (aka Not Me) Vs. Type 2 (aka Why Me)

    in Health

    Join us as we use the gridiron metaphor of living & managing diabetes. On the bench and sidelines are Juvenile & Gestational Diabetes. Connect with us 24/7 on Facebook & Twitter @WhyMeDiabetes.

  • 01:00

    LOTL The Comfort Zone Presents Six-time Grammy Award-nominee Nnenna Freelon

    in Music

    Nnenna Freelon Presents - The Clothesline Muse explores the clothesline as a metaphor of the African-American community lifeline. The clothesline was a place to meet, to work, to socialize, and to share traditions and common struggles. Inspired by the seemingly small act of hand washing, drying, folding and ironing, the project uses music, dance, text and visual art to celebrate the role played by African-American washerwomen in history and society. Six time Grammy-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon is a driving force and featured artist in this newly-created, multi-disciplinary theatrical production.

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