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  • 02:02

    For Every Action There is a Reaction, Choose Yours Wisely Including Your Spouse?

    in Romance

    Basically being cognizant of the affect of what you do (how you carry things) on your relationship. Take into consideration of what your mate thinks. Are you putting in what you want and/or expect out of your relationship/marriage? I have had this particular challenge in relationship/marriage from both ends.


    Being able to be “cognizant” of your “actions affects” requires a high level of Objectivity. How do you truly divest enough from your subjectivity (hurt and emotions) to see your “actions affects”?!? How does this come into play with choosing our mates, spouses and life partners?


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  • 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.

  • 02:00

    Stories From The Heart ~ 24th June 2015

    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

  • 01:58

    Stories From The Heart ~ 17th June 2015

    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.

  • 01:00

    The Parker J Cole Show -- The Religion of Science, Part Two

    in Entertainment

    Last week, we started our discussion on the religion of science. We postulated that the Christian faith is the best avenue for scientific discovery and the genesis for understand the world around us. Modern day scienctific talk centers around a gnostic view (also known as New Age philosophy) which coincides with an impersional, distant entity and man as the god of all things. We'll continue our discussion today.
     


    In today's time, scientific truth is being touted as the standard to evaluate reality. Through experimentation and observable data, conclusions are made based off the findings of a particular hypothesis. Scientists are seen as the new prophets of the modern area. Wrapped in trappings such as 'logic', 'reason', and 'objectivity', there is the prevailing idea once 'science' says it, then that's the end of the argument. 



    An interesting thing to note is that the word 'science' is erroneously used as a catch-all phrase for following a new religion. Perhaps it is not a conscious thing but its subtlety is there. "Scientists say..." replaces "Thus saith the Lord..."; Data replaces biblical precepts; biological reactions replaces the soul. So the religion of science is one that draws us away from the miraculous, intentional, conspiracy of God's divine interference in everything to a one in a million lucky shot of existence.

    However, was it always this way? On this episode of we will be talking with returning guest Josh Peck as we discuss if this view of science as the standard for all truth always existed. What part did religion play in scientific discovery? How did it affect the view of the world? Tune in by calling in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV Radio mobile app. 

  • 02:05

    Stories From The Heart ~ 10th June 2015

    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

  • 01:00

    The Parker J Cole Show -- The Religion of Science, Part One

    in Entertainment

    In today's time, scientific truth is being touted as the standard to evaluate reality. Through experimentation and observable data, conclusions are made based off the findings of a particular hypothesis. Scientists are seen as the new prophets of the modern area. Wrapped in trappings such as 'logic', 'reason', and 'objectivity', there is the prevailing idea once 'science' says it, then that's the end of the argument. 

    An interesting thing to note is that the word 'science' is erroneously used as a catch-all phrase for following a new religion. Perhaps it is not a conscious thing but its subtlety is there. "Scientists say..." replaces "Thus saith the Lord..."; Data replaces biblical precepts; biological reactions replaces the soul. So the religion of science is one that draws us away from the miraculous, intentional, conspiracy of God's divine interference in everything to a one in a million lucky shot of existence.

    However, was it always this way? On this episode of we will be talking with returning guest Josh Peck as we discuss if this view of science as the standard for all truth always existed. What part did religion play in scientific discovery? How did it affect the view of the world? Tune in by calling in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV Radio mobile app. 


     

  • 02:02

    Stories From The Heart ~ 3rd June 2015

    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

  • 00:27

    Ep. 2 - FIFA Soccer Corruption Scandal w/ NBC's Chris Pollone

    in Soccer

    On Wednesday May 27, 2015, the international soccer organization FIFA was accused of serious corruption allegations including rackateering, and fraud.  http://edition.cnn.com/2015/05/27/football/fifa-corruption-charges-justice-department/index.html?iid=EL  NBC Newschannel's Chris Pollone covered the breaking news on Wednesday.  Pollone is also a fellow Syracuse University alum, so any excuse to talk to an old friend is worth it. (That's what "From the Press Box" is all out)


     


    He's also a Tom Brady apologist, so his objectivity will only apply to soccer discussions.  Any mention of the Patriots will change his reporting style almost immediately.

  • 01:58

    Stories From The Heart ~ 27th May 2015

    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

  • 02:00

    Stories From The Heart ~ 20th May 2015

    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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