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Join internationally-known intuitive Dr. Douglas James Cottrell and his co-host, Robert Appel as they discuss topical spiritual issues, world events, and future predictions.
Tonight's topic is karma, angels and new beginnings.
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.
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I am Guy Isabel and I am a spiritual medium, which means I get communications with highly evolved beings of light through a kind of automatic writing called mechanical. By this gift I have been granted with, I communicate regularly with my guardian angel, spiritual guides, the deads, souls being part of my family of souls in order to receive advices in life and messages of love to transmit to those left behind to relieve their pain, help them moving forward in their incarnations or understand their mission of life. It may also happen that in order to understand a current life, it is useful to obtain information about past lives. Despite a strong scientific background, Guy Isabel has always been driven by an intense inner life. The most impressive sign that was given to him by the other side occured during a night, in Fall, when he was unable to sleep. His eyes were wide open looking around in the darkness of his room when he suddenly noticed a tiny orange dot that was just above the foot of his bed which attracted his attention and suddenly saw it coming toward him following a slightly curved trajectory. He noticed that as the dot was getting closer to his face, it took a more disctinct shape. At a few inches of his face, the small point was in fact a beautiful dragonfly. The body of the dragonfly was orange and the four wings were blue. It looked like a dragonfly with a crystal body whose colors were radiant. The dragonfly stayed in front of him, with its wings flapping, long enough to make him realize that it could not come from elsewhere than the spiritual world
Taken with gratitude from Unwelcome Guests #703 We begin with the soundtrack of a short RT interview of Mark Crispin Miller about Project Censored's "forbidden bookshelf" project of republishing in electronic form books which the authorities have tried to suppress. He introduces his the first 5 books, starting with Douglas Valentine's The Phoenix Program: America’s Use of Terror in Vietnam, echoing ideas from episode 693. Our next piece is an interview of Professor Alfred McCoy by Jeff Blankfort. McCoy explains the extent of the surveillance systems currently underway, which far exceeds the Snowden disclosures. Our second hour concludes with a short interview of Naomi Wolf, author of The End of America, who slightly softens her skepticism of Snowden's whistleblower status. However, Wolf reminds us that there has been minimal independent verification of his story, and the commercially-controlled media of western 'democracies' continues to trumpet his 'revelations', ... Next we hear a panel discussion of Heidi Boghosian, the author of "Spying on Democracy", followed by a customarily outspoken Chris Hedges who provides a personal reflection on the psychology of the super-rich, drawing from his experience as a student from a lower working class background who attended a school for the upper class. To underline the implications of Hedges' discussion of an unaccountable and amoral power, we present a radio adaptation of "The Strange Case of Phillip Marshall", a video broadcast on PressTV, f ... We conclude this week with a historical parallel from Heidi Boghosian, who notes that public outrage about mass surveillance was sufficient to force the US executive to desist ... but not permanently. Thanks to TUC Radio for the Alfred McCoy interview.
Kongo gives his thoughts on our education system and how its not preparing our kids for the real world nor does it teach being "happy". He breaks down the "American Dream" and as always opens up about his own thoughts of what that is for himself.
Join us on this slightly later version of Triple Threat Tak. Jimmy has the week off but we will be recapping the week in sports. Daytona, College Ball, WWE Fastlane, and courtstorming.....yes COURTSTORMING! The Doc will break down several notable teams and where they will likely end up as well in the NCAA tourny. Join us tonight...on TRIPLE THREAT TALK!
On this week`s episode of Beards on MMA, we welcome Michelle Ould back to the jungle to discuss the usual - Power Rangers vs Ninja Turtles, cool nicknames and even a little bit of MMA.
The guys also get into Bellator 134: The (slightly less) British Invasion and try to touch upon UFC 184 and Invicta FC 11: Cyborg vs. Tweet, but fail in doing so.
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"If you really, really have something to say - tell it as a story," says Ms. Eileen Sinett, CEO of Speaking That Connects and a cleverly crafting story spinner in her own right. Since the ancient Greek poet Homer smote his tuneful lyre, humankind has been entranced by stories. The suspense, the plot, the craving for what happens next sets audiences on the edge of their seats, and gives speakers the opportunity to drive home their message. Thus has the fine art of story telling become a profitable and envied business ability. Instead of merely claiming that the car is fast and durable, the salesperson who can weave a narrative example of how it has moved and survived in a slightly scary situation is more likely to win the sale. Host Bart Jackson and his featured guest Eileen discuss the techniques for transforming your lackluster report or presentation into a powerful business tool that makes you the folks want to hear more. Tune in and profit from all of the story.
Today we have a slightly impromptu guest - I say that because she has been our guest before, but this time she comes baring her "Mama claws". Since last we spoke, Rosemary Dalton, founder and President, has done some miraculous things. Somewhere around three weeks, she has gone from planning to actually having a State licensed LLC, to testifying before the State in a case for family abuse by the government. Quite a busy lady!
Today, Rev. Dalton will share her reason and experiences for starting Mothers Against Family Abuse, LLC (M.A.F.A., LLC), her purpose, and dreams for the organization and how you, mean as well as women can get involved.
Here is one spectacular way to stop wishing things will change, to doing something about it!
Liberal mentality is only Big Government can protect, feed, clothe, house & educate minorities
Taking guns away from them will not reduce crime. It may well increase the theft of guns and trafficking of illegally obtained guns. Labeling all minorities as criminal just to take guns away; wow democrat who knew that you hate minorities this much. It does prevent law abiding minority persons having the means to defend themselves against the criminal element. It will slightly alter the ratio of shot dead criminals to shot dead innocents in favor of the criminals. Taking guns away from criminals does not keep them from having guns.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg reportedly argued Friday that guns need to be kept out of the hands of minorities in order to keep them alive. While speaking at the Aspen Institute, Mr. Bloomberg, 72, said 95 percent of murders fall into a specific category: a male minority between the ages of 15 and 25, The Aspen Times reported.
Cities need to get guns out of this group’s hands and keep them alive, the former three-term mayor said, according to The Times.
“These kids think they’re going to get killed anyway because all their friends are getting killed,” said Mr. Bloomberg, who funds the gun-control advocacy group Every town for Gun Safety. “They just don’t have any long-term focus or anything. It’s a joke to have a gun. It’s a joke to pull a trigger.”
Mr. Bloomberg brought up the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk practices, recalling a time during his last year in office when a Baptist minster in Harlem invited him to speak at their church, The Times reported.
Tonight Chef Plum is back finally with season two of Plum Luv Foods! We catch a up a bit with whats been going on with Chef Plum on tv dinner underground and more. Chef Ngoc Trinh (chefngoc on instagram ) joins us tonight she is a R&D chef from Frito Lay/Pepsi and an all around awesome person who spends her days traveling and eating cheeseburgers. Ngoc is a ACF certified pastry chef, a walking piece of art, and a serious beer drinking bad ass! The conversation will be awesome and very informitive and for sure slightly uncomfortable as always when Chef Plum talks to a girl!
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