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We gals from The Mystic 3 all do intuitive readings...in our own way. During this show we'll be taking calls and answering your questions about...well anything. Mind, Body, and Spirit. See how our different methods of "reading" work together cohesively to help guide you on your journey. Live call-ins may be read first, however if you can't call in during the show, post your questions here and we'll address as many as we can. Looking forward to a fun filled, enlightening show.
Apparently, The Sun Newspaper might have dropped the idea of the Page 3. This has been a feature of the best selling newspaper in the UK for 44 years. The suggestion is that it’s all ended – or maybe not! Who knows? Either way, the Page 3 ladies have not featured this week. How will this affect the distribution of the Newspaper?
Also, I want to discuss other interesting subjects that made the news this week.
This a rather lighthearted show – and I hope you will enjoy it.
“Social networking” has replaced conventional methods of forming friendship. The computer and internet is more important than pen and paper. Polishing responses by e-mail removes the sincerity and replaces it with caution. Discussions of true feelings and the demand for respect is viewed as old-fashioned and “boring”. Videos of disrespectful children go “viral” and “twerking” is discussed as a “fashionable dance”. People who show sincerity are serious and truthful. Sincerity is necessary to unite communities and embrace humanity. Oprah Winfrey proved how hungry Americans are for the quality of being free from pretense, deceit, or hypocrisy. The world cried when Oprah cried, they talked about her vicissitudes and adopted her choices as her choices. Many say the “cult-like” influence of Oprah Winfrey came about because what she talked about appeared to come from the heart.
Too often, what usually passes for sincerity is only an artful pretense designed to win the confidence of others. Oh how easy it is to fake sincerity and how hard it is to be sincere. Steps to becoming more sincere: 1. Act the same way alone as you do when in the presence of others. This is the real you and this is the person that people will trust; 2. Do things out of the goodness of your heart.; don't seek a reward or do things to acquire things from people; 3. Don't do it or say it, unless you believe it from your heart. Avoid situations that require you to offer compliments or to express your opinions.Opening up to others about your feelings, motives and aspirations can cause some people to react in insincere ways and attempt to drag you down.
No talk outside of the interview this week on Beyond the 3 Count as all of the time on the show was taken up by our phenomenal chat with guest Jimmy Korderas. Nino & Matthew talk to Jimmy about plenty including what triggered his passion for professional wrestling, how he got connected to the WWE, Survivor Series 1997 & the Montreal Screwjob, Royal Rumble predictions, his relationship with SMASH Wrestling & so much more in this 45+ minute interview with one of the best referees in the history of the business!
AFTER PRISON: WHO’S THERE TO HELP?
The United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other nation, with a jail and prison population that increased from 200,000 to a staggering 2.3 million in the past 40 years. But what happens to all those people after they serve their time and go back into their communities? Not surprisingly, the barriers to living after incarceration are staggering. They face employment discrimination, denial of public benefits and food stamps for their families, exclusion from housing, and let’s not forget that even voting rights are taken away for some.
So what do we do to help make sure these folks don’t return to crime and are able to build their lives?
An organization called “Root and Rebound” in California is helping former prisoners with social support, legal services, education, training, advocacy and litigation.
Our guests this week are Katherine Katcher, founder and executive director of the program, who earned her law degree from UC Berkeley, and Sonja Tonnesen, deputy director at Root & Rebound. These women will join us to talk about the problems and social issues surrounding those released from prison and share some of their successes and ideas for helping the formerly incarcerated rejoin society.
This week Mark explores the mistakes people make when sharing the 3 Principles psychology. He speaks with Rudi and Jenny Kennard about the simple nature of the understanding and also if there are any worries out there from people thinking family or friends have joined a cult or something 'weird', they will be dispelled after hearing this conversation.
Rudi and Jenny Kennard are the creators of 3 Principle movies and they have literally spoken to almost everyone in the field who shares this impactful and life changing understanding in a variety of professional environments.
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