SORT BY Relevancy
Stephanie Stanfield, Ph.D., stress expert and energy therapy practitioner, shares her vast experience and research of health, healing and stress management into an entertaining and educational format.
What is energy psychology and how can it help me? Learn how your stress was passed on to you through your genes!
What does it take to clear inherited stress and start your living healthier, more relaxing life? Let's explore:
Is stress really passed on through genes?
What if I don't know the stress that was passed on to me?
Is this some past life issue?
How can you understand the emergence of inherited patterns of stress?
What are some healthy strategies for influencing how my genes express themselves?
How does it get any better than this?
Are you curious as to what you can do to feel more energized, be more efficient, feel happier, and have the changes you choose in your life? Spend some time with Dr. Steph and enjoy the journey to a healthier and more purposeful life!
Host Emma Boa-Durgammah is humbled to interview Sandra Wyatt in part 2 of a two-part interview! Sandra will share how God helped her navigate familial, health-related and vocational new beginnings among others with Christ-Centered courage and boldness. She is a walking miracle, a fact acknowledged by even doctors at John Hopkins.
Sandra is a Bold, Funny and Resilient Christ Representative as a mother to 5 grown children, Jason, Aprille, Heather, Brittaney and Tim, “Nana” to her 12 grandchildren, Entrepreneur, Artist and Executive Assistant. Sandra’s journey began when she accepted Christ at the age of 9 at a Presbyterian church in Birmingham. In her 50+ years of being a Christian, she has walked through various stages of “brokenness” yet her faith, humor and love for God carried her through those difficult times. Sandra’s favorite Bible passage is Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths”. This has been foundational to living a life of courage and boldness in Jesus.
Emma would love to hear from you through email after the show firstname.lastname@example.org. More on Emma can be found at www.kingdomworkforChrist.com or www.facebook.com/kingdomworkerforChrist. A very special thanks to Alyce Metallo for her arrangement of Blessed Assurance (My Story), our opening song! Check her out at www.alycemetallo.com.
in Self Help
Mother's Day and the lead up to Mother's Day can hold many emotions if you have lost your mom. If you are wanting to be a mother, if your mother is alive yet you are estranged. Perhaps your missing your mother, you are a mother and you feel so conflicted on this day. Tune in to this podcast if you are a motherless daughter or know a motherless daughter that stuggles with this day.
"And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpillar, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you" (Joel 2:25).
How many years did you waste before you repented and surrendered all to Jesus? How many years of your past life were eaten up by the cankerworm of sin and rebellion?
You know you are forgiven and your past forgotten because it is under the Blood of Jesus. But wouldn't you love to get back those years and live them for the glory of the Lord?
How often have you thought, "I could have been so much further in Christ! I could have brought so much joy to His heart! I could have saved myself and my family so much pain and suffering. How blind and stupid I was: how enslaved by the devil! How close I came to losing my soul and my sanity. I can never make up for all those wasted years."
In his final days Paul looked back over his life and testified, "I have fought a good fight. I have kept the faith. Now a crown of righteousness is awaiting me."
For weeks recently Paul's testimony had absolutely pierced my soul. Something I couldn't shake nagged at my heart. In prayer I confessed, "Lord, I don't think I can say that with Paul! Perhaps I could about the first 15 years of my ministry and the last 10 years.
But there is a gap in those middle years in which I sense the waste of months - even years." That period was not a time of some deep dark sin - but still it was one of drifting, and I was not at my best for Jesus.
In this age of mass distraction, honing our ability to cultivate work-life balance has never been more crucial. More and more, we are sacrificing our overall wellness by pushing ourselves mentally and physically in a quest to do it all. We are working longer hours and never “turning off”. This leads to chronic stress, which wreaks havoc on our mind, bodies, and brains. As our stress levels spike, our ability to be present in our lives diminishes, and both our personal and professional selves feel compromised. By practicing mindfulness techniques, we can learn to tune into what we truly need to nourish ourselves, reduce stress, and thrive as an integrated and whole person.
Bio: Jennifer Wolkin, PhD is a NYC-based licensed clinical health and neuropsychologist, writer, speaker, and adjunct professor. She recently founded her blog and online community, BrainCurves™, a space inspired by a mind-body-brain approach to living your best life.
To find Jennifer Wolkin online:
Join us for our pro talk segment on Sports With The StatMan on Thursday night as talk about the Stanley Cup Playoffs and Major League Baseball.
The Islanders have their work cut out for them, as they take on the defending Eastern Conference Champions in the Second Round. We talk about Isles-Lightning between Games 3 and 4 of the series. Also, we eulogize the Rangers and Flyers, who lost their First Round matchups against Pittsburgh and Washington, respectively. We will also look in on the other Second Round matchups. **
The Red Sox renew acquaintances with the Yankees and they find themselves in very different places. Meanwhile, the Mets dug out of an early season hole and finished April on an 8-game winning streak. We talk about the local teams and go around the league. ***
Listen live this Thursday night at 11pm ET, or download the podcast here. "Like" the show on Facebook. Follow the show on Twitter (@gstatman) for the latest updates. You can also download the show on iTunes from your PC or mobile device in the iTunes Store, as well as Stitcher. And, visit our new website, StatManSportsOnline.com.
Forgotten Music on 78 rpm Records S3productions
Pee Wee Hunt & His Orchestra – Twelfth Street Rag / Somebody Else, Not Me
For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or email@example.com
Pee Wee Hunt & His Orchestra – Twelfth Street Rag / Somebody Else, Not Me
Purple Label: Capitol Records – 15105 (3330)
Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Style: Big Band
A: Twelfth Street Rag
Composers Euday L. Bowman
B: Somebody Else, Not Me
Vocals – Pee Wee Hunt Composers Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley
Pee Wee Hunt
Real Name: Walter Gerhardt Hunt
Profile: Jazz trombonist, vocalist and band leader.
Interested in music from an early age, at Ohio State University while majoring in electrical engineering Hunt switched from banjo to trombone.
With Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra in 1928, and a member & featured trombonist of The Casa Loma Orchestra in 1928. Leaving them in 1943 to work as a Hollywood radio disc jockey before joining the Merchant Marine near the end of World War II. Upon his return to the West Coast in 1946, his successes include 1948's 3 million seller "Twelfth Street Rag".
Born May 10, 1907, Mt. Healthy, Ohio.
Died June 22, 1979, Plymouth, Massachusetts, at age 72, after a long illness.
Join host Charles Gentry for interviews, performances, and open mic from the greatest poets on the planet. The Poets Without Limits Radio Show is a fast paced show with live Call-Ins from the audience and an exciting format that welcomes call ins from Poets and Spoken Word artists from all over the globe to read and perform their work. Tune in to the exciting landmark show that launched The Poets Without Limits Radio Network. Tonight's guests will be poet Charles Seabe Banks who will read from his work as well as talk aout the 1Pen1Mic Poetry Contest, and dynamic PoetryDelta poet Salathiel Curry. To listen to the show or participate in our open mic segment call us at 516-453-9906.
Mickey Sherman Defense Attorney & Author of How Can you defend these people along side Defense Attorney Anne Bremner both formely with the Cable network Court TV will be on King Jordan Radio on Thursday May 5th 2016 We Will talk about The Justin Ross Harris aka Hot Car Death Trial in June 2014 while his father, Justin Ross Harris, was at work. What seemed like a tragic accident took a shocking turn when, three months later, a Georgia grand jury indicted Harris on charges of murder! Plus What Caused Singer Prince his Life? Listen & Call & Talk to The Guests @ 347-857-2950
The Fourth Branch with Debbie Carroll: Child Support: Safety Net or Weapon? Thursday, May 5, 2016, at 6-8 p.m. Pacific, 7-9 p.m. Mountain, 8-10 p.m. Central, and 9-11 p.m. Eastern. Our guests tonight include Philly Slim and Michael Hering, and other parents who have been court-ordered to pay child support, notwithstanding the loss of access to their children. The discussion will look at family court actions that include the use of debtors' prisons and Department of Motor Vehicles surveillance. We will examine the use of Title IV-D funding and additional child support funding to forgive and defer arrears, and other inequities in the system. Incentives for CSE employees to meet collections quotas and state incentives to match federal dollars drive much of these programs. Most important,the impact of Child Support issues on long-term benefit to children and families will be considered. Online at Permalink: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truthemerges/2016/05/06/the-fourth-branch-with-debbie-carroll-child-support-safety-net-or-weapon OR call our GUEST LINE (347)855-8301. Press 1 if you want to join in the conversation.
Join Host Live Chats
There are no live chats in progress