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  • 01:01

    Love Human: Where You Come From and Where You Are Going

    in Spirituality

    Which of the following questions have you asked yourself at one time or another?

    Why am I here? What is the meaning of life? Am I doing what I came here to do? Where was I before I got here and where will I be when I leave?

    Are we alone in the cosmos? If we aren’t alone, is our universe similar to other universes? Do any of them have human beings and, if they do, are they more evolved than we are or less evolved then we are? Will we ever meet face-to-face?

    Love Human is an attempt to answer these questions and many more. Keep an open mind. Be willing to look at preconceived notions from a slightly different angle. When you shift your perceptions, you find new ways of seeing the past; and new ways of seeing the past brings resolution to old and painful heartache. As new perceptions bring healing into the present, they created new feelings. New feelings encourage new actions, and new actions create new results.

    This is the gift of Love Human; guidance regarding how to find comfort in a world where uncomfortable things happen. Perhaps the peace we seek is only possible on a large scale if we find it on a small scale; one person at a time finding resolutions they hope that others will find.

  • 01:00

    CloseUP - The Painful Road to Soap Star - (Encore Presentation)

    in Women

    You might recognize Sandra Dee Robinson from her roles in daytime television: starting with her very first television role as young Amanda Cory on the long-running soap opera, Another World, which she played for a total of  9 years.  Sandra remains a familiar face in daytime with other major roles on Sunset Beach, Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital and Days of Our Lives, as Dr. Charlotte Taylor.  Currently, Sandra plays Christine, another slightly obsessive psychotherapist on the web series, The Bay. Sandra also appears as a guest star on shows like Secret Life of an American Teenager, Two and  Half Men, and Criminal Minds among others. Sounds glamorous right? Well, not so much… It was quite a painful road to get there. </

  • 02:10

    Live Sports Chat: Who is the most hated Pro Athlete of all times, in any sports?

    in Music

    For many sports fans, sports provide a gateway to easing our minds off of real life problems. Your relationship may be on the rocks, rent money is due, or you just need a break from the rigors of the real world. Having the ability to go to a sporting event and drink some beer with your buddies is so common in today’s society, that there are often fans that take their love of the game a little too far. Sure, it’s cool to dress up in black and grey at Oakland Raiders’ games, but outside of the arena you still look like a fool.

    Whether our hatred for certain athletes come from jealousy or not, there is always that one athlete fans cannot stand. It may not even be that they are jealous of their massive contracts, but rather that you envy their lifestyle and the people they associate themselves with. While I certainly do not hate New England Patriots’ Tight End Rob Gronkowski, I definitely hate the fact he gets to party it up with stars and drink for free everywhere.

    Other fans’ hatred of athlete comes as a result of allegations of cheating or admissions of guilt. Betraying the fan base is a big no-no in professional sports, and it seems that its all too common place now a days. Most fans can understand the fact that athletes have families and they do their best to provide for them. However, leaving a city in favor of a slightly bigger contract is a quick way to betray the city that you once called home.

    The following is a list of the most hated athletes in sports. Amongst the list of athletes you will find cheaters, liars, and plenty of arrogance to go around.

  • 01:07

    Healthy benefits of Cucumbers, Skullcap and Stevia

    in Health

    Rosie, Jason and Numa are going to be discussing three different plants and their health benefits on tonight's show.  

    There are a multitude of reasons to eat cucumbers all year long!  With vitamin K, B vitamins, copper, potassium, vitamin C, and manganese, cucumbers can help you to avoid nutrient deficiencies that are widespread among those eating a typical American diet.  Cucumber health benefits are numerous especially when used as skin tonics.

    Skullcap is a powerful medicinal herb, it is used in alternative medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, slightly astringent, emmenagogue, febrifuge, nervine, sedative and strongly tonic.

    Growing your own Stevia plants is an adventure you do not want to miss for this plant is now available in many nurserys in the USA!    Stevia is a sweetener that is actually good for you with many health benefits.  

    The show is sponsored by Blended Herbal Treasures at www.bhtshop.com

    *The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Psychic Viewpoint Show or its host.*

  • 01:03

    The Neo Soul Show Presents Gina Carey

    in Music

    It's June everybody. And here on the Neo Soul Show it's summer, Summer, SUMMERTIME! So while we continue to bring you a groove slightly transformed, prepare yourself for exciting and extraordinary guest like tonight's guest Gina Carey. Born in the Windy City and raised in the city of angels, Gina is an amazing Jazz/Soul Singer songwriter. On top of that, she is also an accomplished author. Her newest single debuts on radio on June 6 so it was only right that we sit down with her to chat about her newest single "Gimme The Soul"everything 'The Soul Singer' wants to talk about. Join the Q-man and T. Mitch as they discuss Gina Carey's musical career and many achievements on the only show worthy of the word soulgasm!!

  • 01:12

    How To Find A New Prespective

    in Spirituality

    Finding a new perspective for an old or new troubling situation can be a challenge.  It’s a challenge, because looking at the situation in the same way, from the same vantage point, doesn’t inspire new and creative thinking.   To create a new perspective, you have to take a step away from the situation.  This will enable you to look at it from a slightly different vantage point, or at the very least move around it.  Whatever you choose to do, the requirement is for you to find an answer to your troubling situation. And to achieve that you must do something different.   

    You may be familiar with the phrase, “I need to take a step back from the situation so I can clear my head!”  What does that really mean to you?  Outside of you wanting change, there is within that driving force something compelling you to do something different.
    You may have thought to solve your problem that you must change the attitudes, beliefs mindsets etc. of the players involved.  Changing or manipulating people, places and things to your way of thinking.   However, that doesn’t work.  In today’s show we’ll be talking about how to find a new perspective and then act on it!

    Join me, Dr. Wendy Dearborne choice expert and Olivia Lashley expression coach and artist as we look at finding a new perspective.  

  • 00:31

    Anne Ortelee's June 7, 2015 Weekly Weather

    in Self Help

    Slightly Earlier broadcast as Anne is behind on everything!  Anne Ortelee, a nationally (NCGR-PAA Level 3 and PMAFA) and internationally (ISAR-CAP) certified astrologer discusses the cosmic energy we can expect to experience on earth during the upcoming week. There is often a short astrology lesson.  Listen and learn how to navigate your week in alignment with the heavens... Check out her website at astroanne.com for a written version of the Weekly Weather.

  • 01:03

    Ron Nawrocki - Wealth DNA

    in Business

     Afford the Good Life - The Wealth DNA radio show is dedicated to helping you increase your wealth, as well as educating savers & investors. One of the basic questions we should ask ourselves periodically: Why do I Invest? Although each of us may have slightly different reasons, there appear to be 2 common responses.
          1. To continue to afford the good life after I stop working, and       2. I have to !
    Even if we're frugal and avid savers, putting our savings into a bank account, safe or in a tin can buried underground, we won't be increasing our net worth. By saving AND investing we're able to build wealth much faster. Early in our career savings will be the most important contributor, and as our nest egg grows, our investing and compounding can add far more to our net worth than our savings. 
    This all sounds so logical, when you're in the group well on their way to becoming wealthy, and having the good life throughout their lives. For those in the rat race group struggling to accumulate enough each month to make their monthly payments, this good life is merely a theoretical discussion. What are the key differences between these 2 groups? Is it their habits we discussed recently? Could it be their level of Financial Literacy? Is it their mindset? Education level? Or is it their employer who decides their fate as to which group they are destined for? 
    Our special guest Richard Melancon will shed some light on the topic, help answer these questions, and provide some tips to avoid bankruptcy and exit the rat race. Who knows - he may even share some strategies for saving on taxes. Richard Melancon is a CPA, Business Consultant,  Professional Speaker & Author of 3 books. We'll be focusing on his first book: You Can Afford the Good Life. His other books focus on helping companies & managers to implement best practices used by effective businesses.

  • 02:39

    Water For The Thirsty - Episode 20

    in The Bible

    After a slightly extended break the full crew is back with us tonight and one of the ladies is bringing her Mr.!!! Since the last time we met we've covered A LOT of ground. We finished off 2 Samuel, Galatians and Ephesians, have explored parts of 1 Kings, 1 Chronicles, Philippians and of course we're nearing the end of the Psalms. Discussion material is no short supply!

    Water For The Thirsty is a contemporary forum which creates space to experience and share the delight of daily communion with Christ. 

    Our conversations are grown organically and often challenge our traditional views. Through informal review and discussion of the scriptures, we seek practical application of the Word in our lives under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. 

    We stream our conversations live online every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 8 -9pm EST @ http://live.waterforthethirsty.com  Join the live conversation by calling (914) 205-5907 or via the chatroll.

    Grab a copy of the reading plan, dust of your Bibles and join us... if you're thirsty

  • 00:19

    Mickey Fulp--Monthly Major Market Review-May 2015 #2664

    in Finance

    Mickey Fulp and I reviewed the major markets and their performance for May. Perhaps sell in May and go away will yet again prove true. May was a truly lackluster month with no market really standing out. Equity markets were marginally higher, setting new record highs during the months. Precious metals were marginally higher, energy prices were up slightly as was the dollar and interest rates. All in all a real sleeper but worth review to get an idea of where we're heading next.

  • 01:41

    The Oracle Speaks - Karma, Angels and New Beginnings (Repeat Show)

    in Spirituality

    Tonight's topic is karma, angels and new beginnings. Originally aired 3/05/2015

    The soul is constantly evolving, from one experience to the next, one lifetime to the next. Sometimes the experiences we engage in distract us and we get caught up in temporal, corporeal, physical experiences. To look at this from one perspective, we have lost our way slightly and have moved off the mark from where we were heading. The soul has its own corrective measure to get itself back on the path, and this process  is karma. One extreme in one experience is balanced by an opposite extreme in another. Yin and yang. As the soul evolves, it becomes less and less distracted by the temptations of the physical world and more engaged in the real word (the spiritual world). It learns to let go. It becomes more balanced. It no longer needs to go to extremes in its behaviour or its thinking. It becomes enlightened. 

    Call in to listen: 718-766-4421 or Skype in from the show page. As this is a repeat show, please do not call in to speak with the host.