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In this episode Lisa A. Romano, Certified ACoA Life Coach, Mentor and Author helps we wounded Adult Children from dysfunctional homes understand how we can use pain to help us transcend our wounds and how by 'reframing' how we experience our pain can also speed along our total recovery.
If you have been lost, hang in there as Lisa explains the purpose of pain and how we can learn to appreciate duality in our lives.
As Lisa explains, there can be no understanding of light without some understanding of darkness. There can be no integration without understanding ideas of separation. There can be no experience of contentment without some experience of discontentment. It is our hope that by listening to this recording as well as many of Lisa's others, that your ideas about self, your past, healing, and about recovery will help you reframe your perceptions about pain for the purpose of healing completely.
1 Thessalonians 5:5
You know there’s a lot of talk in new age spiritual circles about “the light” and being “light workers” but this is actually a term and a concept stolen from the Bible.
In our focus scripture for today’s message Paul tells us we are all children of the light and then Jesus tells us that we are the light of the world!
Now Jesus refers to believers as both salt and light and both need to be applied, but when salt’s applied, it goes inward and disappears, whereas light comes from within and always appears.
The salt speaks of our character whereas light speaks of our testimony.
And what the world needs is both penetration and illumination, both character and confession.
Look at these utterly profound words from the lips of Jesus.
See Matthew 5:14-16 KJV
 Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid.
 Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house.
 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.
So stay tuned because in today’s message we’ll learn the who, what and “hows” of being spiritual light AKA "Children of The Light"!
As adult children of alcoholics, many of us do not even realize just how wounded we truly are. Because we have ridiculously high threhholds for pain, we do not always consciously comprehend how dank our energy bodies are. Many of us have been living in such deep states of survival for so long, we are unaware our emotional set point is one that has us unknowingly avoiding pain rather than seeking joy in our lives. Because so many of us were taught that our needs were unimportant, we no longer seek guidance from within, and so we wind up settling for what shows up.
The most sad aspect of our realities is the fact that we are creators and capable of transcending ANY experience. But for adult children of alcoholics--if we do not even know where our pain is--or where our wounds are--we often times miss the transcendental experience embracing the pain can create. Embracing the pain is an opportunity to create new realities and to live life in new vibrations, literally embracing the opportunity to experience a New Earth in a whole new way.
Adult children of alcoholics come from long lines of dank energy beings, and because our families have been drenched in denial, it can be quite a wobbly experience as one approaches a true healing journey. In this episode we will be discussing the Hero's Path of An Adult Child of an Alcoholic and or Narcissist, and how we can use our experiences to propel us to higher vibrations, so to experience the world in a whole New Way as higher energy beings, living our lives intentionally on a Quantum Level, for the purpose of living our Higher Self Realities through the process of transcendence.
Gina Rolkowski is an Educational Consultant specializing in early childhood education, social and emotional learning and self regulation. She empowers early childhood educators and parents utilizing scientifically proven brain based strategies to develop executive skills necessary for children’s long term success in academic, family, and social environments. She studied at The University of Delaware, The University of Central Florida and earned to degree and did graduate work. She co-authored the Florida Network for Community-Based Early Learning and Professional Development HUBS-Math and Science Workshop Manuals and is an active member of NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children), Delaware Association for the Education of Young Children, Delaware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children and Pennsylvania AssocAiation for Young Children.
In the cycles of world change, the paradigm has shifted from producing assembly-line students to fit the mold of and industrialized mold, to a feeling world in which a growing child must understand themselves to learn how to adapt in a more fluidic and interactive world of information. A fascinating discovery on how we can educate children in the new era!
Special Saturday Episode of LargeInCharge Radio
Our Children - Are we Influencing them Correctly?
When you’re raising kids it is not a complete science, we are all kinda bumping around trying to figure it out.
Tonight we are going to talk about some debatable thoughts on how we Influence our Kids.
From the way they we speak, the way we dress, the way we reward them with smiles and laughs. We are teaching our children what type of behavior is acceptable or not. What is expected of them, and what behavior is considered good or bad. We reward them with our attention, are you paying attention to the message you send?
Bring your views, thoughts, and examples of what you feel is acceptable or not.
Special Guest: Moses L. Rickett
PLEASE NOTE THIS SHOW IS RECORDED LIVE. THERE WAS A QUESTION FROM A LIVE CALLER THAT INCLUDED SOME ADULT LANGUAGE.
WHO ARE YOU RAISING YOUR CHILDREN TO BE?
We all have a great many hats to wear. With each relationship that we have there comes with it responsibility. Let's talk about the relationships that we have with our children, and what we are training them to become. Are you doing a good job? Could you use some help?
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Most pet owners will tell you, hands down, that animals have and experience emotion. Many scientists still don’t accept it, however. We’ve been discussing this question here on Full Power Living, this week bringing you Child Psychology Professor Bill Crain (who is married to a pediatrician. He and his wife also operate a sanctuary for animals, which drew him to write about how animals shed light on the emotions of children, looking at six emotional behaviors that are shared by children and animals. Join us as we discuss the instinctive connection between the natural and human world. Click here to visit Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary website.
David L. Levy (b. 1936) is a children's rights activist, per the National Partnership for Community Leadership (NPCL) in presenting Levy with the 2011 Charles Ballard Advocacy Award at NPCL's conference in Washington, D.C. In 1985, Levy co-founded The Children's Rights Council in 1992. Levy has authored four books, all on different topics, fiction and non-fiction. Levy is co-director of the Children's Rights Fund for Maryland, an organization advocating joint custody (shared parenting) for children of separation, divorce, and never-married parents. The Fund also provides low cost attorneys for parents in need affected by custody and access (visitation) issues. Levy was appointed by MD Governor Martin O'Malley to the Child Custody Decision-Making Commission in the Fall of 2013. The Commission has held hearings around the state, and is now working on legislative proposals to be presented to the 2015 Maryland legislature. Levy also provides supervised visitations in the Washington, D.C. area and consults on custody related topics in the U.S. and abroad. He also provides job shadowing to help prepare young people for careers and jobs.
In this episode we will be discussing one of the most critical invisible wounds adult children of alcoholics experience.
The need to feel 'seen' on a psychological, emotional and spiritual level is crucial to a child's ability to define for themselves who they are and their unique experiences. Without sufficient energy bonding with mother and or father, children spend their lives seeking to gain this much needed connection in others. Sadly children from dysfunctional homes most often do not attract healthy partners, friends, coworkers and etc. Because this is a cause and effect universe, and becasue one of the first agenda's of a soul is to feel 'seen' by mother and father, wounded adult children unconsciously on an energetic level attract similar energies to their parents, in search of sealing that bond. Understanding how and why we adult children of alcoholics and narcissists, are unknowingly leaking energetically, as well as attracting abusers, helps us gain clarity and the tools we need to make life long changes that impact our lives in positive ways.
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Suparna Dhar founded life’s canvas in 2006 (www.lifescanvas.co.uk) and supports mums who have been through domestic abuse to gain the confidence to create happy, healthy and fun families. She is ‘The Freedom Coach’ - Coach, Trainer and Author.
Suparna’s calling is to break the cycle of domestic abuse by empowering mums. Over the last 7 years she has worked with mums who have suffered all types of abuse in safe houses/refuges across The London Borough of Ealing. She has designed and developed Learning to be Free which is the only parenting programme in the UK which has been uniquely designed for mums who have experienced domestic abuse.
Suparna runs healthy eating programmes in schools, children centres and women’s safe houses which combines coaching and cooking and looks at areas such as food poverty, healthy packed lunches and snacks.
She is absolutely passionate about healthy eating and has written a children’s cookery book called Cooking together: Step by Step Guide to Yummy, Healthy and Fun recipes with recipes shared by women who have been affected by domestic abuse with proceeds going to Women’s Aid.
Suparna is Co-Founder of Filling The Void which is a support group for women who have experienced domestic abuse and want to speak their truth in a safe, non-judgemental and empowering environment.
Suparna’s clients include private clients, schools, councils, housing associations and charities.
As a mother with two children aged 10 and 4, she understands the daily challenges and stresses that being a parent can bring. She says to each client “I can assure you there is nothing you can share with me that either I haven’t experienced personally or another parent hasn’t shared with me before!”
Suparna Malhotra hosts.
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This is the best program of February 2001, part 2, originally broadcast as the Tape of the Month.
Host: Roy Masters
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