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Bruce Gold has never been to The Old City of Jerusalem, the Himalaya’s, Machu Picchu, or any other exotic location where miracles are thought to take place. He doesn’t dress in Tribal Robes and call himself any other name than the one he came into this world with. He was born and raised, and realized his gift of healing in his hometown, of Los Angeles, California. Bruce’s gift, as a Conduit for the Transference of Positive Healing Energies, came as a result of a conscious near death experience, which occurred while he was driving alone on a crowded Los Angeles Freeway in May of 2002. The thing he is most sure of today, is that he was most definitely not alone during that fateful ride.He has been sharing his gift of healing from the moment he first recognized it. He has a non-invasive technique of energy transference, that reaches his recipients almost immediately. He has worked successfully on both Human Beings and Animals. Bruce’s modality has been used both in person, as well as over the phone sessions for distance healing. Bruce makes it clear to his client’s that they are the Healers, and he is there strictly as an intermediary, bringing back to them the well of their own energies. His otherness , as he refers to it, lasted most of his adult life. He had fallen into a deep depression which appeared early on, and was seriously misdiagnosed, and mistreated with improper medications that could have led him to ending his own life. Living in a walking coma for over twelve years, he literally watched every dream he ever had vanish before his eyes...For more information and to make an appointment call: 310-475-2093. His website-http://www.bgspiritualhealer.com
Today we speak about violence against women and the need to address this in forums like 1 Billion Rising in Oakland tonight and Love Doesn't Hurt, tomorrow afternoon, Friday & Saturday, Feb. 14 and 15, 2014. We are joined in the studio by amazing women creators and organizers: Luisah Teish, Mary Owen, Regina Y. Evans, Regina Jackson, Cheryl Chambers and Vanessa Scott. We open the show with an encore interview with actress and healer, Margaret Avery, Academy Award Nominee for her role as "Shug" in Spielberg's The Color Purple. She's in town as a special screening at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. Next we have musician/composers Larry Douglas and Jorge Pineda on to talk Latin meets traditional Jazz re-arrangements at the 57th Street Gallery concert tomorrow, Sat., Feb. 15, 8:30 p.m. We close with an extended conversation with Nora Chipaumire's "Miriam," which opened last night at YBCA Forum for two more nights, tonight is an audience conversation following the hour long work. Presented by Black Choreographer's Festival: Here and Now, this work celebrates the tenth anniversary of a wonderful organization as it queries blackness and womaness and otherness as only a Chipaumire work can.
This week we find Kimberly in Indianapolis, Indiana. Hard to believe she has been on the road, bicycling across America for Hazon for 7 weeks with only two weeks left. Hard to believe she has scaled mountains and survived icy rainstorms and fiery heat as she road America's highways and back roads -- giving her plenty of time to think. She caught up with Ann White, founder of The Creating Calm Network and they chatted about the psychological and emotional ramifications of feeling different - feeling like a stranger in a strange land -- community - otherness and world peace. See what happens when you are on your bike for hours each day. And go to: http://hazon.kintera.org/faf/donorReg/d
"Turning 50 is a B^-*-*~" is a series of essays documenting Cheryl Gittens-Jones' life journey, from illegitimacy to legitimacy, on all levels. The work deals with identity, race, aging, culture, parenting, 'otherness', loss and more. She wrote these essays over the space of two years in order to help her deal with a host of complex issues, which were continually emerging from her life, as she transitioned to 50.
Cheryl's life to this point has been traumatic, chaotic and multifaceted. In order to arrive at this point she took full responsibility for a life that was careening headlong into disaster. She was saved from herself when she found the practice of Buddhism. The practice is now her life's philosophy. It is incorporated in her every thought, word and deed.
In order to survive her life Cheryl created two existences. When the pain and trauma was visited upon her physical, her spirit retreated into one of them and was never touched by the pain experienced by her body.
About the Author
Cheryl Gittens-Jones is a Permanent Resident of the USA. She is a practicing Buddhist, a stay-at-home mom, poet, writer and novice photographer who has an opinion about everything. Cheryl visited Senegal, West Africa, on a research trip the 1990s. There, she came face to face with the horrible legacy of slavery at the Door of No Return on Goree Island. Her writing is centered on the plight of the 'other', and thematically holds to the relationships between exile, displacement and identity. Cheryl is a 1999 Frances Perkins Scholar and graduate of Mount Holyoke College.
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TOPIC: IMAGINE ALL HUMANS WITH SEE-THROUGH SKIN
What if we humans were colorless in skin -- if we were clear coated and transparent, how would that be? If we were all baldheaded and had cobalt eyes, what would we see in one another? Would there be racism and and segregation, hatred and fear of "otherness"? Would there be lines of demarcation drawn in the sand?
Join us this week for a conversation about race - the HUMAN RACE. Or perhaps it's the race to see ourselves as One -- beyond skin color, nationality, religion, and culture.
What imagined things float through our minds when we think of certain ethnic groups: Arabs, Africans, Jews, Asians, Europeans, Native Americans..........
Join us today at 8:30 ET for 30 minutes as we walk you through the conflicts in your life that are causing disharmony, dis-ease, distress or stealing your peace in any area of your life today. On today's show, we'll be talking about Mitt Romney and Barack Obama's maneuverings around race and religion and what they can teach us about how to meditate or negotiate or navigate around issues where we might have as much or more to lose if our "otherness" is exploited. How to tread lightly when both you and the other party have a perceived hot button that could be pushed. When is it in our best interest to use this information and how's is the best way to put it on the table to minimize damage to ourselves, the other person and the negotiation in general. Join us as together we transform your world into a conflict free zone!
Come listen as I talk with Suzanne Taylor about crop formations and her film "What On Earth?" Suzanne says, "If we had definitive evidence of "contact" with another intelligence, we would have to rethink everything. What a blessing that could be, at (this) a time in human history...it behooves us to go from skepticism to curiosity about such matters. If things are bogus, nothing is lost. But, if we come out of the dark closet in which we can't see anything, there's a chance we could bring to light something invaluable.
With "Signs," the movie that's brought crop circles to the fore, virtually all media coverage comes from a presumption that boys from the pub make them. This denial is especially perverse because of what the boys couldn't do, which is to make awesomely beautiful and complex designs, indicating something majestic and benign is signaling to us. Since 1989, when simple circles suddenly became parts of larger patterns, some artistic auspice has been developing a startling portfolio. It is ever evolving, ever building upon itself, ever adding design features, ever increasing in complexity. Any otherness capable of such an extraordinary body of artwork would have to be deeply soulful rather than ominous, and contact only could be of help to us....
Join host Chris Block and special fill-in co-host "The Wad" this Wednesday at 8pm for a 2009-10 NHL Season Preview edition of The Third Man In ~ Radio. Superstar unfortunately won't be able to join us this week do to family obligations but will return when we go back to our regular Tuesday time slot on October 6th.
Join Billy Burgos as he talk to Martin Espada
Poet, essayist, translator, editor, and attorney: Martín Espada has dedicated much of his career to the pursuit of social justice, including fighting for Latino rights and reclaiming the historical record. Espada’s critically acclaimed collections of poetry celebrate—and lament—the immigrant and working class experience. Whether narrating the struggles of Puerto Ricans an...d Chicanos as they adjust to life in the United States, or chronicling the battles Central and South American Latinos have waged against their own repressive governments, Espada has put "otherness," powerlessness, and poverty, into poetry that is at once moving and exquisitely imagistic. "Espada's books have consistently contributed to…unglamorous histories of the struggle against injustice and misfortune," noted David Charlton in the National Catholic Reporter. Over nine collections of poetry and two books of essays, multiple translations of Chicano and Latino authors, and as editor of influential anthologies like El Coro (1997) and Poetry Like Bread (2000), Espada "has provided a good, useful vehicle for disseminating [a] broader cultural awareness" praised Library Journalcontributor Lawrence Olszewski.
Host Nancy Wait on the SONG of Art and Ascension. How Oneness through duality, oneness through resolving the polarities, can happen through the process of creating art.
The song of Art and Ascension is none other than “Love and Marriage.” Why? Because we do art for Love, and if we stick with it long enough, or as long as it takes, we will find a union within, an inner union. A union of the masculine and feminine energies. Or, as I prefer to think of it, the anima and the animus.
One of our most important tasks on the path to Oneness is to unite the polarities of masculine/feminine, of me/you. Of course we may see “otherness” and appreciate differences in all their unique and manifold forms, but underneath we recognize Unity in Diversity, the Many in the One.
My path has been through that of “the artist.” After almost 2 years of doing a blog talk radio on the subject of art and ascension, I think I’m finally getting a grasp on what it’s about. Of course it’s about many things, but it helps to narrow the field for oneself, so that there can be a clearer and more precise focus. So, when I watched some clips of The Wedding last Friday, the song Love and Marriage came to mind, and I knew immediately I had to make a video substituting the words Art and Ascension for Love and Marriage.
Carl is a modern-day spiritual pioneer and author born in Tacoma, Washington, but has lived in Colorado since 1974.
In 2006, Carl had a profound transformative event that changed the way he viewed his life and the lives of all of us forever.
Since that life-changing event, he has devoted his life to sharing his knowledge with those searching for a similar knowing.
He is deeply committed to providing information to those he has envisioned are looking for something greater than that which we have been conditioned to accept as all there is!
Carl’s new book On Being God - Beyond Your Life's Purpose, imparts the message that, beyond any egocentric identity we create in this life, we are first creators of our own experience. Simply put, we are gods who have taken on human form, not for any other purpose than to experience the abundance of every aspect of human form we possibly can, and that we are already greater than anything we can conceive of with the finite and limited human mind. Sadly, the ego identity we have created over thousands of years of human evolution has masked over any idea that we are divine from the start. This has created the need for us to look outward to gods created in our own image to rule over and judge us.
Carl has always been spiritually connected and driven to know the higher purposes of our existence on Earth. Over his lifetime he has sometimes felt haunted by the otherness of life we routinely fail to comprehend in the hustle and bustle of a very narrow view of awareness we all seem to accept as reality.
That otherness is about which he writes.
What makes him qualified to write such a book is that in his own search to find truth he found what Jesus refers to as, "the kingdom of heaven."
The kingdom of heaven is not within us, rather it is us! We are all IT. We need only find it to begin to comprehend our own unique greatness.
Please join us in welcoming Kaza Kingsley!! On October 1, 2007, author Kaza Kingsley, released her riveting sequel Erec Rex: The Monsters of Otherness (Firelight Press, October 2007). After recently winning over four awards for her first book The Dragon’s Eye, Kingsley continues the series with even more action and adventure happening in every chapter
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