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  • 01:00

    "The Sacred Path...Sedona, A Spiritual Adventure"

    in Spirituality

    Join us as we celebrate Sedona's newest BlogTalk Radio Show, "The Sacred Path Sedona...A Spiritual Adventure".


    A new weekly opportunity for the seeker on the spiritual path! Join us weekly for a variety of guest speakers,discussions with spiritual seekers, and much more!  This venue has been established to support the individual on life's journey, as well as provide another option for Lightworkers everywhere to network, share their experiences, spiritual work and ideas with others. 


    Please email:  thesacredpathsedona@gmail.com to inquire about becoming a guest speaker on the program. We also welcome your suggestions and ideas as we co-create a joyful opportunity for all to enjoy!


    We are happy to welcome our first guest, Kay Wiltse, Founder & Director of The Lighthouse Foundation ~ Center for Spiritual Living, mentor, teacher and gifted intuitive. With over 22 years experience in the holistic spiritual field in southern California, Kay is now a resident of Sedona, AZ where she conducts trainings, classes, and workshops.


    Ms. Wiltse is available as a guest speaker, and private phone sessions by contacting thesacredpathsedona@gmail.com or by calling (928) 862-2086.


    We are very happy to welcome the Sacred Light of Sedona ~ A Center for Spirit, Mind & Body as our sponsor for this BlogTalk Radio Show.   (928) 254-3163  www.SacredLightOfSedona.com


    "Please leave us your email address, to receive our weekly Blogtalk newsletter."

  • 00:30

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians Chapter 9/Support Your Local Apostle

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to Sacred Sunday! Today we are reading I Corinthians Chapter 9.


    Support Your Apostle



    Paul is kind of a big deal. He's an apostle. He's seen the Risen Christ. Even the fact that the church in Corinth exists is proof that God is working through him. Boo-ya.
    He explains that, as an apostle, he is entitled to monetary support from his fellow Christians. Must be in the fine print of his contract.
    He should get free food and beverages (no more BYOB for Paul!). He should have a faithful wife traveling by his side (a really cute one!). He shouldn't have to work little side jobs (tent-making can be a real drag). Really, the Corinthians should be fully supporting him.


    Eyes on the Prize



    But Paul doesn't roll this way.
    Even though these are his rights, even though this is what God demands, Paul never took advantage of these perks.
    And don't worry, he's not going to start doing it now. He's just trying to make a point. So put away your wallets, okay?
    All Paul is saying is that he chose this life freely. He gets to spread the gospel around free of charge to everyone.
    Paul might be free, but he's made himself into a slave (sans chains) in order to win more converts to Christ.
    Wherever he goes, he becomes like the people he's with so that he can help convince them that Jesus is Lord. We believe this is called empathy.
    And you've got to stay strong throughout. Christians are like world-class athletes. They have to train and be super discipled in order to win the prize at the end. The prize in this case is a little nicer than a trophy.
    This is how Paul lives his life. Just a hint, Corinthians. Thanks to www.shmoop.com

  • 01:11

    The New Essenes - The Sounds of Silence

    in Spirituality

    What if we had constructed the belief that, unless we spoke, we would die? That way of thinking is not so uncanny, as it is the premise the One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of Middle Eastern and South Asian stories compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age. That premise connects directly to the sound of silence: I must speak to save my life!


    The message is clear: speaking is a mean of survival! The more eloquent "I" can be, the more seductive my words are, and the less I risk being attacked! The question that moves me, albeit unconsciously, remains: "will I get them before they get me?" That question comes from GReed - from the Giving/Receiving of fear! How then can my communication provide for harmonious results? Impossible!


    The New Essenes is a gathering of ordinary people practicing deep introspection as a way to solve everyday problems. Our inquiry is based on the idea that the Word is alive and that the Language is where our Power lives: communication is not what is said and done, but the result of what is said and done.


    By joining in and coming back, we increasingly benefit from the distilled essence of an ultimate method of inquiry, based on Sacred Geometry and known as the Path of XPR.


    Our meetings last one-hour & are structured as follows:


    1.       The first 5 minutes: Welcoming, Checking In. taking a moment of silence.


    2.       The next 10 minutes:  Ritual readings.


    3.       The last 45 minutes: Introduction of a topic. Group Sharing & Inquiry, Summary / Ritual Closing.


    To receive your free New Essenes eBook please sign up via the Open Meetings Tab at http://www.empoweringnow.com/new_essenes/

  • 02:10

    Archbishop Ron Feyl~Chief Exorcist/Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel

    in Paranormal

    Archbishop Ron Feyl, SOSM


    Catholic Archbishop Ron Feyl has been in catholic ministry for over 30 years. His episcopal orders were conferred in 1979 by Archbishop Gregory Michael David Voris, who adheres to the faith of the Seven Ecumenical Councils and the Three Ecumenical Creeds. Archbishop Ron Feyl is the Presiding Bishop of The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel and Chief Exorcist for the Order of Exorcists which is under the Independent Catholic jurisdiction of a Traditional "Old" Roman Catholic Order, with valid lines of Apostolic Succession. From the early 1980's Archbishop Ron Feyl, SOSM has been involved in a not so popular ministry, called exorcism. He was trained by many exorcists over the years who were his mentor's and former bishops. With over 30 years of experience he established an Order of Exorcist within the Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel, which is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) religious organization. This Order remains connected to the Roman Catholic Church by "Dominus Iesus" issued by the Roman Catholic Magisterium in the year 2000, signed by Pope John Paul 11 on June 16, and Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger on August 6, which states: "The churches which, while not existing in perfect communion with the (Roman) Catholic Church, remain united to her by means of the closest bonds, that is, by Apostolic Succession and a valid Eucharist, are true particular churches." His Order is located in 24 countries. The HQ is in Ontario, California. Go to the website for more information http://www.orderofexorcists.weebly.com

  • 00:32

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians Chapter 6/Sue Not, Lest Ye Be Sued

    in Paranormal

    Welcome to Sacred Sunday!


    Sue Not, Lest Ye Be Sued. Paul has some other advice. Don't take each other to court over every little thing. Somewhere, Judge Judy is cheering. Sue Not, Lest Ye Be Sued. Seriously, Corinthians.  Let the church community help settle it. Sounds like a good idea. That's way better than going in front of a bunch of non-believers in Roman courts. What would be even better was if Christians didn't sue each other at all, but Paul's not going to shoot for the moon here. Kingdom of God Entrance Exam. After all, Paul explains, terrible people are not going to inherit the kingdom of God. Not even a little bit. Fornicators? Idolaters? Adulterers? Male prostitutes? Sodomites? Thieves? Greedy folks? Drunks? Abusers? They're all out. Paul points out that some of the folks in the Christian church used to be guilty of this kind of stuff. Uh-oh…But, then they were baptized in Christ and it's all good.  Let's just try to keep it that way, guys. It Does a Body Good. Because they've become new people through baptism, it seems the Corinthians think that they can do whatever they like. Not quite. Sure, they could go around having sex with loads of different people and eating whatever they want, but Paul doesn't really think this is a swell idea. They've got to treat their bodies right. After all, the Corinthians' bodies belong to God. They're his temples, remember? Besides, it's not like their bodies are going to get left behind in the end. Nope. God is going to raise them up… eventually. So that means if you have some sexy times with a prostitute, then you're becoming one with a prostitute and not with God. Look, Paul says, the point is, our bodies aren't our own. We can't just go around sleeping with whomever and think it's a-okay, because it is not. There goes the Corinthians' fun weekend plans. Thanks to www.shmoop.com

  • 01:32

    THE SACRED WOMB” REVIEW

    in Books

    “You may feel like working through all the questions here in one long session. Or you may want to focus on one or two of the questions at a time, and go deeply into what they mean for you. There is no right way or wrong way—there is only your way.
    Use the questions that follow to explore your attitudes toward your womb as part of your Sacred Womb Journal work in the privacy of your home. If you choose, you may share your experiences in your Sacred Womb Circle.”


    Excerpt From: Afua, Queen. “Sacred Woman.” Ballantine Books, 2009-06-10. iBooks. 
    This material may be protected by copyright.


    Check out this book on the iBooks Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/sacred-woman/id420726210?mt=11

  • 00:33

    When Silence Isn't Quiet Enough

    in Spirituality

    What do you do when your brain is full of chatter? Are you able to silence the thoughts and emotions? 


    Purpose Talk Radio host Cindy Freeman will share a few tips on how to silence the chatter when silence just isn't quiet enough.  Join us on Friday, June 5, noon PT/3 p.m. ET/8 p.m. UK.  Feel free to join us on Skype or call in to 347-205-9074 to share your experiences and suggestions as well. 

  • 00:31

    Sacred Sunday~Romans 15/Love One Another

    in Christianity

    Good morning! Today we are reading Romans Chapter 15.


    Really, Paul just wants all the Romans to live in harmony together and glorify God together without worrying about their differences. Remember, Christ is with the Jewish-Christians and the Gentile-Christians, too. So let's all play nice. Paul actually has a good feeling about the Romans. He knows they're upstanding people who are knowledgeable and can help each other do what's right by God. He's only written to them to tell them all this and to give them advice because of his special relationship with God. What can we say. The Big Guy loves helping Paul write all his correspondence. Not that's he's bragging or anything. Paul would only ever brag about all the good things that God has done through him. So modest. For example, Paul has won tons of converts through the entire Roman Empire, but that's all God's doing. He made that happen. Paul's not usually in the business of preaching about Jesus where people already know him. He also doesn't usually come into a church community he didn't found, like the one in Rome, and start handing out advice. No, never. That's why he hasn't been to see the Roman Christians in person yet. He's been meaning to, but there are just so many non-believers who need to hear the good news first hand. Paul's got a busy schedule. But now he's fresh out of non-believers to convert in the area, so he's going to head over to Rome soon and stay a while on his way to preach the gospel in Spain. Oh, bull fighting? Not, quite. Before that, Paul has got to make a quick pit stop in Jerusalem. The folks in Macedonia and Achaia have taken up a nice collection for the poor there and he's gonna drop off the money. Mission possible! Special thanks to www.shmoop.com.

  • 00:36

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians, Chapter 8/To Eat or Not to Eat

    in Christianity

    Welcome Church! Today we are reading I Corinthians Chapter 8. Happy Father's Day!!


    Now Paul turns to another important question: is it okay for Christians to eat meat that has been sacrificed to Roman gods? Okay, this is a thorny issue…The Corinthians have told him that they think this is fine. After all, there's only one God and one Jesus, so those other gods aren't even real. No gods, no foul, right? Yeah, Paul tells them, that's pretty much right—but they shouldn't get too high and mighty about it. Go on…Even though they're right about those gods not existing, not all Christians fully understand this yet. Hey, there will always be slow learners in any group. There might be Corinthian Christians out there who still believe these gods are real. That means they're actually committing idolatry in their hearts when they eat this sacrificed meat. And everyone knows that God does not like idolatry. So, Paul concludes, it really isn't the best idea to tell everyone to help themselves to the Roman buffets just yet. In fact, he kind of wishes that everyone would just swear off this meat—like he does—so that they could all stop arguing about it. What's better? Having a little bacon everyone now and then or hurting your fellow Christians? (Hint: the answer is not bacon.) Thanks to www.shmoop.com

  • 02:00

    SACRED GATEWAY 5: SACRED SPACE

    in Spirituality

    Today we will talk about Sacred Space, the importance of having clean surroundings.  Developing a Sacred Mind is is to develop a healthy mind and you will learn that if the space and enviornment around you are Sacredm you will also experience more Sacrd Relationships and an overall feeling of love and light.  How we take care of our surroundings is indeed reflective of who we are and at the very least how we feel inside.  It is not as difficult a you may think making the transition into Sacred Womanhood and together we shall transform...

  • 00:29

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians, Chapter 2/What of Human Wisdom?

    in Christianity

    Happy Mother's Day! Especially to our Sacred Blessed Mother Mary. Today we are reading I Corinthians, Chapter 2.



    Paul tells us that when he came to Corinth, he wasn't some smart, smooth-talking guy.
    Actually, he was kind of weak and afraid and all-around pathetic. We're not sure Paul is giving himself enough credit here.
    The point is that Paul didn't try to appeal to them using human wisdom. He let himself be filled with the spirit and power of God. And who needs coherent sentences when you've got that?
    So the Corinthians learned about God not because Paul reasoned and argued them into believing it, but because they felt God through him.
    Nice humble brag, Paul.


    In the Know



    Besides, Christians don't need human wisdom. They have God's wisdom. It's waaaaay better, apparently.
    Just look at the people who run this world, Paul says. They're supposed to be "wise" and yet they put Jesus to death. Not such a smart move, guys.
    But Christians have the Spirit of God in them.
    That means they don't speak in terms that the rest of the world understands (Paul is probably referring to the practice of speaking in tongues, which can be pretty tough to understand).
    People who aren't living in the Spirit don't get this stuff. It just seems stupid or wrong to them.
    But, those who are in the Spirit know this stuff is right and from God. They don't answer to anyone or anything.
    They say that no one can know what God's thinking. But people in the Spirit do. They understand the mind of Christ. Whoa. Sounds like a pretty big responsibility. Thanks www.shmoop.com

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