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One topic that can make even the strongest of people cringe is death. Death is also the one part of life that we can bank on. If we live....we die, that's that. How can we become comfortable with this concept and accept that we are not alone in this end result? How can we prepare for the end days of our loved ones and for ourselves? We experience this transition over and over again during our lives vicariously through the transition of others. We can learn what we wish for ourselves, and what we definitely don't want. But how will anyone know your wishes unless you talk about it!
Let's get together and share our experiences, our knowledge, and our tips on how to hold onto dignity and great grace during the most trying, and yet inevitable event in our lives.
Today's show is on a topic that will one day, late or soon, affect us all: death and dying. So much illusion and romanticism, horror, and just plain ridiculousness surround our ideas of death, so let's set the record straight. We'll talk about this subject from the perspectives of the dying and the living to get a thorough understanding and, by the end of the show, you'll realize that this is a loving universe that supports you entirely and that there is nothing to fear from this most natural process.
Enjoy the show!
Death and dying are not easy topics to talk about, but within this taboo topic are lessons in understanding life itself. What are your thoughts on death and dying? What spirituality is inherent in this process of leaving the earth? Where do we go when we die?
Each week join Michael Brazell and Taylor Hammond Foster as they take you on a journey into the spiritual. Each episode is geared towards facilitating community conversation on a variety of spiritual topics and current events. We try and blend practical advice with deep conversation.
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As reported by the Associated Press, there is much misinformation, misconception and ignorance about end of life care and it is causing much harm.
Judy Flickinger was a hospice nurse for the last twelve years of her forty-two
year professional life as a registered nurse. During this time she recognized that a healthy spirit could make the difference between a miserable death and a positive, meaningful end-of-life experience for both the patients and their loved ones. Judy wrote
Spirit Matters: How to Remain Fully Alive with a Life-Limiting Illness, to pass on what she learned.
Join us as Judy tells us how she saw first hand the unnecessary suffering, not only with patients but also with their loved ones. Judy also talks about the billions of health care dollars wasted in the process. Judy will educate, inspire and empower us about this important subject.
This week's show features Registered Nurse, Joe Marino. With over 12 years’ experience within the field of Hospice, Joe Marino has gained an extensive amount of experience as a Nurse, Director, and Supervisor within a Hospice center. With his experience and knowledge, Mr. Marino has become an avid speaker and lecturer about the topic, and has even published a book titled: Introduction to Aging, Death and Dying.
Joe has been a great contributor to the field of Palliative Care. His book can be used as a resource for doctors, nurses, clergy, social workers, caregivers, and anyone else that is experiencing difficult times. And is available online at joemarino.tateauthor.com/
Joe received his training in nursing at Arizona State University, where he also received a BA in Anthropology and obtained a Master’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Phoenix with an emphasis on Business Development.
MIRACLE Zone is about real life and the transition it brings. While the Holiday Season is filled with holly, jolly Christmas songs, Christmas parties, and cheer, it is also a great time of sorrow and depression for many. This time of year, companies lay off employees to make their bottom-line budget numbers and cease hiring until the new year. People go throw breakups and divorce, children continue to rebel and death does not take a holiday. Those family members and friends who have crossed over are remembered and dearly missed. Chapman, being who she is and having suffered these painful experiences in the holiday season, will share her stories in order to reach out and help others transition through. If you know someone who could use a little encouragement or not exactly experiencing the Holiday spirit, invite them to listen. 9:00 AM Pacific....12 Noon Eastern.
David Coney is a ClairAudient, Claircognizant, and Clairvoyant Medium, Certified Angel Card Reader, Usui and Karuna Reiki Master connecting humanity with their Angelic Assistance.
Each show has a Lesson from the Angels guiding us in how in we can Talk with Our Angels more clearly, receive their guidance, and put it to use in a very practical manner.
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On tonight's show we will expose the hard cold facts concerning death, dying and disability. We will talk about money grubbing funeral directors, hellish hospice agents, the profit mongering, perverted long term care industry and the twisted road that is paved with confusion when filing for disability whether it be workman's comp, SSI or SSD. We will also discuss the importance of good record keeping; always having a good advocate present when dealing with doctors, nurses, specialists and others. We will also teach you tonight how to travel smoothly through this maze of confusion in these many different areas discussed above.
Ths show will be about what I encountered as a Hospice RN on death and dying. Patients who were very close to death saw their loved ones and acted differently. They would wait to see a particular loved one before they went home. I will also tell you about my personal expereinces with my mom and dad dying. I will tell you about people I've encountered who had near death experiences and what the other side was like. I will discuss my lucid dreams with my deceased parents and a patient who was very close to me.
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Cindy (Psychic Mia0899cs)
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This show will address anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive eating. I will also explore coping with death and dying and sudden changes in behavior.
February is Black History Month, and a site filled with black history, the final resting place for a who's who of prominent black South Floridians, is in Miami. Also resting there are blacks born into slavery, but good luck finding many of their graves. And even worse, part of the cemetery may be sold to pay back taxes owed on the property. What is going on there?.""Dying Cemetery."
B.J. Chisvar: "You have Gwen Cherry over here."
If you care about the black people who helped shape South Florida...
B.J. Chisvar: "The Rolles, the Bullards, the who's who in the black community."
Then you might care about where they are buried.
B.J. Chisvar: "Oh yeah, D.A. Dorsey. First African-American millionaire in the South."
You might want to see their gravesites, but it's not easy.
Gloria Fisher: "That's a shame for God. Something really needs to be done right here about that grave."Paster Vizion Jones brings us this heart breaking story . How could we let this happen.. This is the story. Dying Cemetery Is this how we treat our army Vet? Former Chairman of the Miami Dade Democratic Party Army intelligence veteran
BJ Chiszar will be our guest. The owner may come on but she is in hospice. NEWS Report Go Fund Me Campaign