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Pop Artist Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) Interviews:
Ashley Bean Christian Hard Rock out of Peoria Illinois
Ashley C. Bean is a 21 year old rocker hailing Peoria Illinois, who currently took interest in music at an early age of 8 years old. At 10 she was playing licks on guitar and her vocal career at 10 quickly followed. At age 12 she started in her church worship band where she continues to this day to bless the congregation on Sundays from time to time with sweet melodies in between touring and personal appearances. Please no autographs on Sunday, offerings will do just fine.
Join me Monday, September 29th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guest will be Kriyaban yogi, faculty for Good Life Project, and creator of The Pause meditation program Kristoffer Carter (“kc”) of This Epic Life. KC returns to the show for a third time to talk all about the benefits of meditation; TimeBending; blowing things up/clearing space in your work and life to make room for something bigger; our experience at Camp GLP; an update on his Your 2014 Project; and much more.
About Kristoffer Carter: In 2014 I've had the honor of both leading meditation retreats in the jungles of Costa Rica, and conducting sales trainings across the country for our digital-media firm Centro. In between trips I #CRANK meticulously designed multi-media learning content, either for our company, Jonathan Fields and Good Life Project, or for my site ThisEpicLife.com in my creative production studio.
Over the last 12 months, I've produced & launched a comprehensive Sales-Onboarding program for Centro, a leading local digital buying service in the online advertising industry, as well as created and launched a company-wide meditation program called "The Pause." I was the 44th employee, and we have grown to over 520 in the last 7 years.
I am also a Kriyaban yogi (Self-Realization Fellowship) Motivator, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, & marathon runner. Father of 3. Author of "The Framework Manifesto" and facilitator for Good Life Project, created by Jonathan Fields.
For more about Kristoffer and his work, visit http://www.thisepiclife.com.
in Self Help
Once you’ve gained your EFT Certification and you’re receiving supervision from your mentor, there is no stopping you! Or is there? Many Practitioners question their abilities and feel uncomfortable leaving the shallow end of the pool. They miss out on valuable experiences and can’t fully grow as a practitioner.
Join Annabel and her guest, Larisse Goldstein who asks herself, ‘what can I learn here?’ before every client session. They’ll discuss the varied opportunities Larisse has said ‘yes’ to, and how she’s developed as a practitioner as a result.
Larisse Goldstein has worked with people for her entire career. Her interest in the mind body connection led her to a study of Kundalini yoga, hypnotherapy, Matrix Reimprinting , Adv. EFT and Faster EFT. Today her therapy practice is a gestalt of her professional training and life experiences. Larisse also volunteers at Friends for Life, an organization catering to the needs of people with chronic illness and works with Faster EFT founder, Robert Smith, at Habilitat, a drug rehab centre in Hawaii. Larisse co-presents AAMET EFT Trainings with Annabel Fisher and Sophie St-Pierre. www.Thrivetapping.com
Annabel Fisher started her EFT Practice on a shoestring. Still experiencing many of the side effects of serious CFS, she established a niche working with chronically ill clients, and created a 6-figure business after clearing many limiting beliefs. A Certified EFT and Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner and Trainer, she trains and mentors students to become masterful Certified EFT & MR Practitioners, and empowers them to create wildly successful EFT Practices.
To learn about her Complete EFT Practitioner Certification Program or her EFT Practice mindset mentoring service, visit: www.eftworkshopsandtraining.com
January Jones - The Day My Soul Cried
Yvonne Pierre is an award-winning writer author of The Day My Soul Cried originally from Gary, Indiana and presently residing in Metro Atlanta, Georgia. Yvonne is a survivor who has overcome years of childhood sexual abuse, rape and the murder of her father that led to self-destructive behavior at an early age. After several wake-up calls, Yvonne was determined to turn her life around and obtained her education after graduating from an alternative high school. She now has earned four degrees.
Red Heaven debuts at SpeakEasy/Gallery Rouge in Second Life! Join us for an hour of great music with lead member, Joel Eilde.Don't miss this awesome Sunday Line up with poetry, stories and live music at SpeakEasy/Gallery.
Would love to see you there:)
RED HEAVEN (formerly Dragonfly) as performed by Joel Eilde in Second Life
Red Heaven is a Canadian band which plays original, full-band rock music. Weaving post-grunge metal with Turkish, Indian and African motifs, layers of vocal harmonies and dirty, gritty guitar-driven rhythms, critics call Red Heaven (formerly Dragonfly) *purely, ethereally beautiful* and *refreshing* with a *killer voice.* Red Heaven never bores, never stalls, never draws from the same well twice. Red Heaven's second album, Moth, is coming out in a few weeks. You can contribute to the indiegogo campaign!
Check out Red Heaven online
Red Heaven Indiegogo Campaign
To listen to Red Heaven (as Dragonfly)'s debut album, Amplification, please visit http://dragonflylive.bandcamp.com/
YouTube Video of "Push" from Amplification:
in Self Help
Featuring Host Martin Campbell and Co-Host Ron Mayer
Martin Campbell is an author and business executive who is dedicated to helping people improve their lives by assisting them in finding out who they are and who they want to be. From being a councillor to writing about bringing understanding, unity and joy into people’s lives, his focus has always been on people’s core needs. As a dedicated supporter of individual spirituality, Martin believes humanity’s last major hurdle is in achieving individual empowerment and freedom. He knows first-hand that expanding human or individual spiritually is not always easy, nor accepted - no matter who you are. He firmly believes it is through our love and individual paths, that together we will propel humanity to its greatest heights. Yet he recognizes that it has been his life’s traumatic events, which provided him with the opportunity to grow stronger. Martin is grateful for all that has occurred. His joys and sorrows have made him who he is today. He says for that - he is truly thankful.
Ron Mayer has always been a Spiritual Seeker, or as his elder, Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha puts it, “A Spiritual Archeologist.” He has an interest in ALL things spiritual as well as a love of art and music, and plays the piano and guitar. He loves to “watch people.”
Ron has come to the realization that self-development is never complete or a finished process, and when our journey of self-discovery begins, it is a forever endeavor from the heart.
Expect him to bringing fresh, new and at times controversial ideas about Spiritual Ascension, the science and spirituality of the art of bio-regenesis.
Celebrating 7 years of making music. In the style of the Midnight Special, Steve Champagne and Mary E., are celebrating! Tune In!
Dorie Pride is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Detroit, MI. She is a purple sheep that walks to the beat of her own drum. She is a Taurus that thinks outside the box. Her sophomore album Love Will Find A Way is an open door that leads the listener into realms of thought-provoking stories taken straight from the pages of life. She started as a kid on her musical journey, playing a folk guitar she got for Christmas. Her neighbor Ray Parker Jr. taught her how to play three open chords. She wrote poetry and began the process of learning how to write songs. Lyrics came very quickly, while playing the guitar was much more challenging. In her early 20’s, Dorie met Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer Kamau Seitu in LA and wrote songs with him. He taught her how to play guitar, use her ear and trust herself. “Push through the pain and practice every day and you will one day be very good” said Seitu. The guitar brought such a sense of wholeness to her songwriting. Dorie and Kamau penned songs for Janet Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Johnny Mathis and The Spinners. Dorie has two CDs available her website, iTunes, Amazon, and CDBaby. She was voted Indie Music Channel Top New Artist and Lee Bailey’s EUR Web Featured New Artist.
For as long as she can remember, Lisa Litberg has loved to write. Over the years she has amassed quite a collection of short stories and poetry, but Free is her first novel. A high school teacher for 15 years, she tries to empower her urban students with the written word. When she isn’t writing or teaching, Lisa might be dancing, playing guitar, practicing aerial arts, or hanging out in her Chicago home with her son Trevor watching The Walking Dead or Game of Thrones. You can see more of her writing at www.lisascribe.blogspot.com., find her on facebook under Lisa S. Litberg, or tweet her under lisalit2.
Ed and Fuz make a friendly wager (no money) on the upcoming NY Giants-WAS Redskins game while discussing how their teams are doing thus far. Ed will likely unload on ESPN after their suspension of Grantland.com's Bill Simmons for criticizing Roger Goodell while Fuz takes a look at Jameis Winston facing a suspension for a second week in a row as his draft stock continues to plummet. The guys will finish with a look back at WWE's Night of Champions as they both came away impressed with the PPV overall though Ed wasn't too happy with the ending of the PPV.
Join host Barry Secrest and exo-government specialist Lee Daniel at 7pm EST as they discuss an ever-expanding caseload of governmental oddities, politics, the Supernatural & The New World Order--all from an entertaining, cutting edge, Conservative perspective.
Listen live and CALL IN to speak to the host and co-host--(347) 996-3923. Join the conversation!
From Banker to work for dad's import-export business on Long Island in the lawn & garden and hardware industry for about a year or so and then became the National Sales Manager for a British company just getting started in the North American market that was in the DIY hardware industry. Did that for about 4 years and then attempted to help a German horticultural company get established in the US market with a peat bog they started in New Brunswick, Canada. Did that for a couple of years and then decided to become a manufacturer's rep in the same industries. Built a rep organization, one of the first to sell and service The Home Depots and other big box stores covering Maine down to Virginia. By the time i left in 1999, we had 100 service reps on the road covering all the Home Depots from Maine to Virginia with just over 40 different product lines in each store. Burnt out, got a divorce and decided to change careers. Joined Weichert Realtors for a few years originally to be a sales agent, but quickly became the go to for designing the presentations for the agents to get customers, both for sale and to purchase. Left that to buy Creative Desktop in Brookfield, CT; a graphic design company and worked that up to about 4 years ago, changing the name to Creative Group LLC and converting it into a music promotion business. As a self taught graphic designer and picking up a keyboard in 1999 to start to write and compose my own music, found my true passion was music. Never looked back. Actually wrote my vows into a song when i remarried in 2006 which was our first dance. Decided to pay it forward and fill a void in the music industry that was missing in supporting the independent music artists and started TBAIMS in January of 2013 holding the first seven monthly showcases at the Gibson Guitar Studios on the West Side of Midtown Manhattan. Have since moved it to Toshi's Living Room.