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  • 00:58

    The "Sacred Masculine" Show

    in Self Help

    A place for Spiritual brothers (and the women that Love them) doing regular stuff for:Love, family, community, careers & wealth....


    Although moderated by Masculine individuals, this show addresses the ideas and views of all those seeking to know and live the Peace (or piece) of God (or any other name they may address)...  


    This show may also include the humorous and the human side of knowing God... so to those who have come to the realization that they are "Perfectly Imperfect", you're are indeed in the right place.  Welcome Home..


     


    Tonight's guest is: Atley St. John

  • 02:14

    *HONEYCOMB CONVERSATIONS*... Identifying and Dancing With the Sacred Masculine

    in Spirituality

    the dance with the sacred masculine…


    Eye contact is important, when you agree to dance with a partner, do you know why, because you are visualizing and manifesting the feelings of your thoughts…


    Thoughts and feelings are transferred when you dance. When you dance, you paint a picture with your attitude, your fluidness, your closeness, your tones and your vibrations...you invite, or you push away…


    You create sacred space, to cohabitate, to establish, to break down and rebuild…


    The communication and connection depends on the feed back of the sacred masculine… tune in for more details.


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    From Mutha Wit’s Womb of Universal Wisdom, Eye would like to introduce you to *Honeycomb Conversations*; where we will indulge in the sweetness of Sacred Sexuality, from a conscious evolving woman’s prospective. All views are welcome, all questions are welcome, come on….grab a seat, get bowl, let us shuck dese Peas (es,patriarchal traditions) so that we may nourish our Global Village. No topic is taboo. Grown Folks Only. (18+). Male, Female, and every Essence in between is welcome to participate. Please share your questions and concerns, if it's too personal, please put it in the inbox...confidentiality is guaranteed! You will bee assigned a name or number, simply for future reference... BEE LOVE & BEE BLESSED!


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  • 01:43

    Masculine & Feminine Prinicples and the Bible

    in The Bible

    We will take a look at the Language and Meanings of the Masculine and Feminine.

  • 01:27

    The Archetypes of the Masculine Principle with Ankheru Ramezu

    in Spirituality

    Join me and a great friend and metaphysician Ankheru Ramezu as we discuss the masculine archetypal images and how they connect us with our own masculine energy and power within.  It's going to be an amazing show!


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    Contact Asha for readings! ashaelreading@gmail.com


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  • 01:06

    The Sacred Feminine and Masculine Ego

    in Spirituality

    In modern society, the role of the Goddess/Sacred Feminine has been removed or distorted from all major aspects of many religions, belief systems and history books. In contrast, the masculine aspect of society has dominated. We are shifting into a level of consciousness that balances both the Sacred Feminine and the Masculine to create a Divine Union of consciousness that is needed for collective ascension. Here to speak about the Goddess/Sacred Feminine and the contrasting Masculine ego is an author, business owner, painter, astrologer, energy healer and  show favorite, Mr. Jason Lincoln Jeffers.  Tune in Wednesday, July 17th at 6:30pm PST for a show discussion you won't want to miss. For more information about Jason Lincoln Jeffers, email him at info@jljeffers.com or click on http://jasonlincolnjeffers.com/  

  • 01:32

    THE SACRED WOMB” REVIEW

    in Books

    “You may feel like working through all the questions here in one long session. Or you may want to focus on one or two of the questions at a time, and go deeply into what they mean for you. There is no right way or wrong way—there is only your way.
    Use the questions that follow to explore your attitudes toward your womb as part of your Sacred Womb Journal work in the privacy of your home. If you choose, you may share your experiences in your Sacred Womb Circle.”


    Excerpt From: Afua, Queen. “Sacred Woman.” Ballantine Books, 2009-06-10. iBooks. 
    This material may be protected by copyright.


    Check out this book on the iBooks Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/sacred-woman/id420726210?mt=11

  • 00:31

    Sacred Sunday~Romans 15/Love One Another

    in Christianity

    Good morning! Today we are reading Romans Chapter 15.


    Really, Paul just wants all the Romans to live in harmony together and glorify God together without worrying about their differences. Remember, Christ is with the Jewish-Christians and the Gentile-Christians, too. So let's all play nice. Paul actually has a good feeling about the Romans. He knows they're upstanding people who are knowledgeable and can help each other do what's right by God. He's only written to them to tell them all this and to give them advice because of his special relationship with God. What can we say. The Big Guy loves helping Paul write all his correspondence. Not that's he's bragging or anything. Paul would only ever brag about all the good things that God has done through him. So modest. For example, Paul has won tons of converts through the entire Roman Empire, but that's all God's doing. He made that happen. Paul's not usually in the business of preaching about Jesus where people already know him. He also doesn't usually come into a church community he didn't found, like the one in Rome, and start handing out advice. No, never. That's why he hasn't been to see the Roman Christians in person yet. He's been meaning to, but there are just so many non-believers who need to hear the good news first hand. Paul's got a busy schedule. But now he's fresh out of non-believers to convert in the area, so he's going to head over to Rome soon and stay a while on his way to preach the gospel in Spain. Oh, bull fighting? Not, quite. Before that, Paul has got to make a quick pit stop in Jerusalem. The folks in Macedonia and Achaia have taken up a nice collection for the poor there and he's gonna drop off the money. Mission possible! Special thanks to www.shmoop.com.

  • 00:30

    Understanding the Feminine/Masculine Impluse

    in Self Help

    Each of us has both Feminine and Masculine energies within us.  Depending on our current life situation we will become imbalanced toward one or the other.  Come join us while we examine the different ways we express ourselves through these two energies and find out how to stay in balance.


    Michelle and Lauren would love to hear from you and you are welcome to call our phone number listed at the intro to our show.  Sunday at 9:30 am PDT here on BlogTalkRadion. 

  • 00:29

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians, Chapter 2/What of Human Wisdom?

    in Christianity

    Happy Mother's Day! Especially to our Sacred Blessed Mother Mary. Today we are reading I Corinthians, Chapter 2.



    Paul tells us that when he came to Corinth, he wasn't some smart, smooth-talking guy.
    Actually, he was kind of weak and afraid and all-around pathetic. We're not sure Paul is giving himself enough credit here.
    The point is that Paul didn't try to appeal to them using human wisdom. He let himself be filled with the spirit and power of God. And who needs coherent sentences when you've got that?
    So the Corinthians learned about God not because Paul reasoned and argued them into believing it, but because they felt God through him.
    Nice humble brag, Paul.


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    Besides, Christians don't need human wisdom. They have God's wisdom. It's waaaaay better, apparently.
    Just look at the people who run this world, Paul says. They're supposed to be "wise" and yet they put Jesus to death. Not such a smart move, guys.
    But Christians have the Spirit of God in them.
    That means they don't speak in terms that the rest of the world understands (Paul is probably referring to the practice of speaking in tongues, which can be pretty tough to understand).
    People who aren't living in the Spirit don't get this stuff. It just seems stupid or wrong to them.
    But, those who are in the Spirit know this stuff is right and from God. They don't answer to anyone or anything.
    They say that no one can know what God's thinking. But people in the Spirit do. They understand the mind of Christ. Whoa. Sounds like a pretty big responsibility. Thanks www.shmoop.com

  • 00:36

    Sacred Sunday~Romans 14/Judge Not of What Food They Partake!

    in Paranormal

    Good Morning! Happy Easter to all the Orthodox Christians!  Christos Anesti! We are reading Romans Chapter 14.


    There's more from our favorite lecturer…Paul! If people don't have a strong faith, then by all means, invite them over. But don't do it just so you can start a huge argument with them. Sounds like Paul has been to a Thanksgiving dinner or two. For example, some Christians will eat anything at all, even foods that other Christians consider unholy (like non-kosher foods or anything that's been sacrificed to the Roman gods). But it's silly to make a big deal about what other people are eating. God is totally fine with all these eating practices and you should be, too. The same problem happens with days of the week. Some people think one day is the best day to honor God, while other people don't care. So it's all fine. Eat what you're gonna eat, honor God when you're gonna honor him. It's really all okay. Look, it's not about us, Paul says. Jesus died and rose again. Do you really think he cares about who's right when it comes to what food you're eating? He's got bigger fish to fry. So there's no reason to be passing judgment on each other because everyone is going to have to answer to Jesus one day. Yeah, let him sort it out. Paul doesn't personally think that there are foods that should be put on the "Do Not Eat" list, but he won't fret if other Christians do. Just trust in God. If you think God wants you to lay off the booze, then do it. If you think God is fine with you firing up some pork chops, then by all means. But really, guys, Paul tells them. Let's not destroy the kingdom of God over a couple slices of bacon. Okay? Thank you www.shmoop.com

  • 00:30

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians Chapter 5/50 Shades of Corinth

    in Christianity

    Fifty Shades of Corinth. Speaking of doing bad stuff, Paul's been hearing some rumors. There's some steamy stuff going on in the bedroom, and he doesn't like it. He's heard that some guy is getting it on with his stepmom. Gross. It also happens to be against Jewish and Roman law. Paul wishes he were there in person so he could help, but never fear, all, he's there in Spirit. And he has so passed judgment on this guy in Spirit. This dude should be forced to live the rest of his life outside of the church. Basically, they're gonna throw him to Satan. Maybe if he suffers enough, God will save him in the end. Who knows though?  Paul is extremely annoyed at the Corinthians' lax attitude about this stuff. Don't they know that even a little yeast can make bread dough rise? Translation: one bad person can ruin a whole church. It's time to clean those mixing bowls and start a new batch of dough. We're living in Passover times, y'all! Jesus is the lamb that has been slaughtered, so start acting like it! Paul thinks they need to be celebrating with some nice pure unleavened bread, not letting that evil yeast creep into their midst. Harsh words, Paul. Paul says that he wrote to the church before and told them not to have anything to do with immoral people. Of course, they misunderstood this. It would be kind of impossible not to associate with anyone who had a history of doing bad things.  What he meant was, don't associate with other Christians who are immoral. Oh, good clarification. How do you know a fellow Christian is super-bad like this? Well, are they sexually immoral? Are they greedy? Are they an idolater? Do they verbally abuse others? Are they drunks? Are they thieves? Then you can just cross them off your list. Get them out of the church. Judge the heck out of them. (Hey, wait, Paul… didn't you just tell the Corinthians not to judge a little bit ago? Oh, never mind…) www.shmoop.com