• 00:27

    The Value of Objectivity- Emotional Healing from Guilt and Shame

    in Lifestyle

    The last few weeks we have talked about complicated or difficult people. 


    This week we are going apply the tool of objectivity. This may involve an overly invested mother-in-law,


    a guilting mother of your own, a person with an addiction, or just someone whose opinion you take personally.


    I'm sure you are tired of being hurt by the things these challenging people say, the guilt you feel at their


    comments, or the anger that they have power over you. 


    The joy of living your life without guilt is just too good not to strive for. We will break the solution down so you


    can apply the answer to any situation. It doesn't matter what belief system you subscribe to: Catholic,


    Christian, athiest. We all have the same battle with guilt and shame from stressful people in our lives.


    Freedom from shame and guilt are the rewards and are well worth the journey.

  • 00:12

    Chat: Argument from Miracles, Part 1: The Arguments

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh discussed "Argument from Miracles, Part 1: The Argument and Some Objections" with listeners in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Do reports of miracles prove the existence of God? Most people of faith appeal to the miracles of their faith as grounds for their belief. Here, I consider what miracles are, how they are supposed to prove God's existence, and raise some concerns about them.

    This preview is part of my ReligionCasts series of podcasts on philosophy of religion. Here, you can preview the podcast and then purchase access to the whole series of ReligionCasts for just $10. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

  • 02:06

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 00:58

    Zamora Texts: The Year 9000 with B.W. Wojciechowski

    in Spirituality

    Zamora Texts: The Year 9000 with B.W. Wojciechowski


    A lecturer in the year 9000 CE looks back over and analyses 14,000 years of human progress spanning the development of our ancestors and ourselves, and looking at the development of our descendants. With Zamora Texts: The Year 9000, B.W. Wojciechowski presents the lectures of Professor Yelita speaking in the year 9000 as he observes our social, political, military, scientific, technological and space-travel
    progress through history. The lecturer believes that all the powerful societies from our past and present collapsed because of internal social decay, and he reports on an apocalyptic period of regression, when our modern democracies will collapse, leading to a 500-year period of war and chaos.


    In this fifth book of the series, Wojciechowski highlights his strongly held belief that world leaders up to our times waste time trying to solve social problems by treating each in isolation, without objectivity, and without taking into consideration the interconnections, physical realities, and other constraints in any particular case.


    Bohdan W. Wojciechowski was born in Wilno, Poland (now Vilnius, Lithuania) in 1935 and migrated to Scotland as a child, before moving to Canada and earning his PhD in Chemistry. After working in the  petroleum industry in the United States, he returned to Canada and taught Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University for more than 30 years, publishing over 170 refered papers in the field of hydrocarbon reactions and more.

  • 01:30

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:41

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:32

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:41

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:56

    Objectivity and Science

    in Podcasting

    On metaphysical realism, truth, science and objectvity

  • 02:22

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:32

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

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