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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Gill Stannard. Since childhood, Gill has been fascinated with herbs and was delighted to turn this passion into a profession after graduating from Southern School of Natural Therapies (Melbourne, Australia) in 1991. She ran a successful multidisciplinary clinic in Melbourne for 23 years, before taking her business online and moving to Sydney. Gill’s well known for her radio show, which aired for almost 20 years, and television appearances. With a move to Sydney in 2014, Gill refocused the way she practices by going back to the grassroots of natural medicine and working with clients in a health coaching framework. She also supervises naturopaths and herbalists struggling in practice through individual and group professional supervision, lectures and articles. Website: http://gillstannard.com.au
this episode Q&A includes:
• post traumatic stress change- make us stronger, healthier, broader...
• can we change the immune system? Wise Woman Tradition nourishes wholeness...
• get in touch with your anger so you're not so afraid of it...
• joint health- bone broth, comfrey leaf infusion and jewel weed brew...
• any part of dandelion harvested any time of year will make good medicine- most generous plant...
• animal fat is so critical in fertility...
• not menstruating is healthy for women..
• wild carrot seed for birth control- Robin Rose Bennett
• are your concerns about herbs during pregnancy overblown..
• horse chestnut for varcosities..
• SMASH- Salmon, Mackerel, Anchovies, Sardines, Herring for omega 3 fatty acids..
• supplements cannot make us healthy..
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Are you and your teenager thinking about college? Not sure when to start? Want to make sure you stay focused and not miss any important details? Join me and my guest Candace Powell Kinard, Educational Consultant as she motivates students to identify their inner strength, find their voice, and see themselves as leaders, believers, and college degree achievers!
With 20+ years of experience in post secondary preparation Candace Powell Kinard is an Educational Consultant inspiring organizations, students and their families to bring educational dreams to life. Candace's rich past experience includes working in college admission at Arcadia University, managing and creating new access program initiatives, supervision of school based practitioners, and managing college access centers for a non-profit in Philadelphia.
She has extensive experience in providing direct service to middle school, high school and adult students including low income and first generation students. Candace is an active member and has presented at NACAC (National Association for College Admission Counseling) and PACAC conferences and served as a NACAC delegate for four years. Profiled in PACAC’s newsletter the PACER, she is currently the chairperson for the Philadelphia NACAC, National College Fair a scholarship reader for two scholarship programs and has been a faculty member in the PACAC Summer Institute.
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Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will be reviewing the effectiveness of community-based supervision. Today we have drug courts, gun courts, domestic violence courts, mental health courts, boot camps, intensive supervision, residential treatment, and so on. We really do not have enough research on how effective the supervision is of offenders under different programs. Using Albert Robert's work entitled "Correctional Counseling and Treatment" we will take a look at existing literature on programs and supervision, we will identify different theoretical frameworks for new models for offender supervision, and describe a model of behavioral management for offenderscorrectional counseling and rehabilitation within the prison system that uses engagement, early change, sustained change, and reinforcers over a period of 18 months to give us the end result we hope will be realized - an offender who will not reoffend.
BUSINESS SUCCESS STRATEGIES!
Call in at 646-200-0848 and join the discussion with business coaches and experts and Members of the LI Strategic Alliance Coalition Jerry Siegel, John Hill, Murray Kleiner, Jim McGowan and members of the Time to Play Foundation Doreen Guma and Gina Lollo.
This week's topic: Learning. We previously discussed how entrepreneurs need many skills for success. Knowing the specifics of the business or industry are essential, however those only comprise 20 to 25% of the total knowledge necessary. We will discuss areas such as communication, delegation, leadership, management, motivation, supervision and time management in greater detail.
During Empower Half Hour we'll talk about proactive things each of us can easily do to make our businesses, and -- in general -- every day better. We'll motivate and empower ourselves and each other. The whole idea in this podcast is people helping people and collaboration equals success. We're all in this together!
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The synagogue was the local center of worship. They synagogue ruler was responsible for administration, building maintenance, and worship supervision, It would have been quite unusual for a respected synagogue ruler to fall at the feet of an itinerant preacher and beg him to heal his daughter. Jesus honored this man's request by his humbled faith.
Many people surrounded Jesus as He made His way toward Jairus's house. It was hard for this woman to break her way through the crowd but she did just that and the result was phenominal...
Our guest is newly elected member of Compton Unified School Board of Trustees, Sandra Faye Moss. She is a mother and grandmother who has dedicated her life to service and leadership! Sandra served as PTA President for 3 schools, Secretary and member of 3 School Site Councils, 3 years on the Student Attendance Review Team and Student Attendance Review Board for the LA Unified School District, and numerous committees to reduce truancy and suspensions. In addition, Sandra served on Mayor Aja Brown’s task force for the City of Compton. As a longtime leader within her church, she founded the “Rites of Passage” mentoring program in 2007, a program for boys between the ages of 14 to 24. Twenty of twenty-two participants in the program have gone on to attend college and are gainfully employed. In 1994, Sandra began her career with the Los Angeles County Probation Department and she has worked in more than eight units over the course of twenty-two years. Management repeatedly selects Sandra to provide leadership, training and mentioning to her co-workers because of her energetic personality, positive outlook, ability to motivate and her “can do” attitude. Sandra has taught hundreds of Juvenile Detention Officers and Deputy Probation Officers as an Adjunct Professor for more than ten years at West Los Angeles College. She has provided probation supervision and preventive services at more than twenty-six elementary, middle and high school campuses. She has received multiple “employee of the year” awards, and in February 2015, State Senator Holly J. Mitchell recognized Sandra for her outstanding community service. In November Sandra Moss was elected to the Compton Unified School Board of Trustees. This was her very first run for elected office, and the students of Compton Unified School District will benefit greatly from the wise decision of the voters to elect her to this office!
Our guest, Ryan Smith is an acupuncturist whose path to his work of his heart was quite winding, from undergraduate study of Engineering and then a transfer to Philosophy and Anthropology, to a fascination with myths,folk stories,world religions and the works of Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung. All of which led to going to a 3 year Masters Program in Acupuncture. Not a straight path, yet one that led to a joyous career. In addition to his private practice, Ryan is Lead Acupuncturist at NYU Perlmutter Cancer Center and he tells us, "In addition to treating patients,I consult with potential patients on how they may benefit from acupuncture". He has created an externship where licensed acupuncturists can practice in a western medical setting and under the supervision of the Perlmutter staff and Ryan, they will "gain tools to, safely treat pain,nausea,insomnia,anxiety, constipation,neuropathy and more”. Ryan tells us,”After seven years as an acupuncturist….Ive helped a lot of people in pain and my days are filled with meaningful conversations with my patients”.
Three Realms of Reality Chart
The supernatural realm can become a distraction, as many believe that it is the same thing as the spiritual realm. So we often mistake what happens there, and what we see, as being 100% true and infallible. Thus, we can experience visions, manifestations of God, angels and demons, etc., and falsely conclude that there is absolute authority and clarity in them.
Supernatural warfare, often erroneously called spiritual warfare, is waged between the inhabitants of the supernatural realm, angels, demons and humans. Warfare here is strictly under the control and direct supervision of God, He is sovereign as much here as anywhere.
Soulical warfare refers specifically to us humans, and involves overcoming the world, the flesh and the devil in our individual lives. These enemies can only be overcome through spiritual weapons made available through dependence on God.
What is “Supernatural”?
The supernatural realm is simply a temporary plane of existence that God created for the expression of His love. We perceive the supernatural realm with our supernatural (or soulical) senses, so it is important to finetune these faculties.
Supernatural vs. Spiritual
By elevating aspects of the supernatural realm, like angels and demons, we give them much too much influence and authority in and over our lives. We will only begin to walk in authority over these areas in as much as we believe we have the authority.
It’s About Time!
It’s important to know what age we are living in so we can better understand what God is doing in, to and through us, and not be fighting against Him.
Today we have special guest Bruce Tulgan, bestselling author of It's Okay to Be the Boss, Not Everyone Gets a Trophy and his most recent book, Bridging the Soft Skills Gap, joining us for our 20th episode. Bruce is internationally recognized as the leading expert on young people in the workplace and one of the leading experts on leadership and management. Bruce has worked with tens of thousands of leaders and managers in hundreds of organizations ranging from Aetna to Wal-Mart; from the Army to the YMCA. Bruce was named by Management Today as one of the few contemporary figures to stand out as a “management guru.” Bruce also lectures at the Yale Graduate School of Management and writes articles for many different associations including TRAINING magazine and the Huffington Post. Before founding his company, RainmakerThinking in 1993, Bruce practiced law at the Wall Street firm of Carter, Ledyard & Milburn.
3 Realms Chart
The supernatural or soulical environment consists of those areas between the natural and the spiritual. Though this is one realm, it contains many regions. In order to understand our beliefs we can say that the supernatural realm is where the angels and demons dwell, also described as heaven and hell. We can also say that the realm to which our soul relates is the soulical environment. Our soulical senses work just as well (or as poorly) in heaven as in hell. God reigns supreme, and nothing happens here without His express permission, just as in the natural realm.
We often mistake what happens there, and what we see, as being 100% true and infallible. Thus, we can experience visions, manifestations of God, angels and demons, etc., and falsely conclude that there is absolute authority and clarity in them.
Supernatural warfare, often erroneously called spiritual warfare, is waged between the inhabitants of the supernatural realm. This would be angels, demons and humans. As in all areas, warfare here is strictly under the control and direct supervision of God.
Soulical warfare refers specifically to us humans, and must be fought with weapons more powerful than the field of battle. The soulical battles involve overcoming the world, the flesh and the devil in our individual lives.
What is “Supernatural”?
A temporary plane of existence that God created for the expression of His love, perceived with our supernatural (or soulical) senses.
Supernatural vs. Spiritual
By elevating aspects of the supernatural realm, like angels and demons, we give them much too much influence and authority in and over our lives.
Public historian David E. Paterson studies people who lived in nineteenth-century Upson County, Georgia, especially those who experienced slavery and Reconstruction. A civilian employee of the US Navy by day, he spends his leisure hours researching and writing local history. David has helped manage the Slave Research Forum at AfriGeneas.com since about 2001. David emigrated to the U.S. in 1958 from Scotland and was granted U.S. citizenship in 1975. He lives in Norfolk, Virginia.
We will discuss the most fruitful probate records for slavery research in most states, for the period about 1800 to 1865. The discussion may be less useful for the colonial period, or for the records of Louisiana or Spanish colonial Florida whose laws and processes derived from different legal traditions. In addition, David will describe the process flow from one record to the next – the purpoe of each record – and what kinds of slavery-related information maybe found in the record. Particular attention will focus on records that are sometimes overlooked in guides or how-to books; especially annual returns and vouchers. Researchers may find records of a deceased slaveholder separated by many years – in cases when a “life estate” came back under supervision of the court as a “residual estate.” Finally we will show the connections and similarities between probate records and guardians’ records.
Linda Babulic Author of the Book Zest Your life
Linda Babulic is that woman… the guest you want to sit next to at a dinner party, the speaker who captures your attention, the coach who tailors your solution and makes it all about you, just when it matters most.
At a pivotal time in life, in the midst of great personal loss, Linda began making the hard choices on her own. She has honed the coping mechanisms and survival skills she acquired in her youth as a way to help others face their challenges and move forward.
In 1995, Linda launched Leadership Centre Canada, a corporate training company. Her flagship program: “Fundamentals of Supervision” was an instant success with small, medium and large corporations across Canada with hundreds of students learning her leadership techniques and tools.
Linda’s unique skill is her ability to make people feel safe as they transition from where they are to where they want to be. She serves the person who wakes up one day wondering, “Is this all there is? I thought there’d be more.”
From one-on-one consults, to workshops, keynote speeches and books, Linda targets our growing need for connection and validation. Her flagship “ZEST” program promotes and serves anyone seeking greater meaning, deeper understanding and the kind of joy that comes from the heart. Linda describes living a truly zesty life as Zeroing-in (on your dreams), Expecting (to receive all you deserve), achieving Success (as you define it), and Transcending (to your higher self).