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ZEN TEACHING STORIES is the subject of Dick& Roberta Sutphen’s SPIRITUAL CONCEPTS radio show this week. Dick teaches his hypnotist graduates to use short Zen stories make strong statements in seminars or client counseling sessions. Also includes a meditation process. Go towww.dicksutphen.com and click on the yellow box on the home page.
in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the Zen of Renewable Energy finance. We belive that the primary reason why almost every household in the United States Of America has not gone solar, is because of the price points and financing options or lack there off.
If we listen to potential customers and factor in their feed back, when we shall get an accurate picture of HOW to provide them with products and services, plus make a profit.
The "market is ALWAYS right" = the Zen of any business venture.
Zen. a way of being... a state of focus that incorporates mind and body... total focus and our presence in, now. how very rare this kind of state is for humans living today. was it more possible in the past...? no way to know. we can only grapple with and try to understand the demands and distractions we have today. so what's so important about being zen, upon occation? because at the heart of every religion, that is the goal. a moment of peace and clairity. it is the place of balance. the understanding that we bring back from there helps us figure out what is really important. help us grow toward our true human nature.
in our second hour, Dennis will read sections of an artical he found that interested him... and jeff and susan will try to comment.
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Actress, writer and documentary filmmaker, Penny Peyser, began her acting career on the New York stage in the off-Broadway production of "Diamond Studs" and the original production of Lanford Wilson's The Hot L Baltimore. After appearing in her first film, the Academy Award winning "All The President's Men," opposite Dustin Hoffman she moved to LA and began to work in television and film.
TV highlights include starring roles in Rich Man, Poor Man II, The Tony Randall Show, Crazy Like a Fox, Knots Landing, The Blue & The Gray, Wild Times with Sam Elliot, and most recently she guest starred on The Mentalist. In film, she played Alan Arkin's daughter in The In-Laws, and Gene Wilder's bride in The Frisco Kid.
Penny is also the co-producer, writer and director of the award-winning documentary "Trying to Get Good – the Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon." She is presently in post production of a new documentary entitled, "Stillpoint – Life Inside a Zen Community." Visit www.stillpointthemovie.com and www.Facebook.com/PennyPeyserFanPage
This week, Ali and Vlad get in the conversation without Damien, and discuss authenticity in hip hop and how technology pushes art to evolve in general, the role social media plays in the lives of modern artists, and Ali explains the difference between a portfolio and a catalogue. All that, and a lot more, so check it out.
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Principalities, Nachash, Archons, Reptilians and Shapeshifters w Zen Garcia
Join Kenneth, John and Cathy in the chat room while they discuss the most pressing apocalyptic news and warnings of the forthcoming calamities and World War III. Tonight we will discuss the hidden reality of principalities, powers and strongholds both in the demonic realm but also on this earth ruling the sons of men from dark places in a seething underworld of dark control. Brother Zen Garcia will join us as we play audio clips and do a round table discussion of this phenomenon, exposing the forces of darkness for what they are.
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First, let me say that Emily and I are happy that you are here!
My name is Leslie and I am known as The Bible Belt Mystic. I have an Intuitive Coaching & Healing Ministry in Norman, Oklahoma. I found Emily a little over a year ago and I instantly knew she was an Earth Angel with much to offer the world. So I took Emily under my (Angel) wing – and now, we offer this weekly show to help you create a better life.
Maybe you are stuck because of a past life or a soul contract . . . or maybe it’s a hidden belief system or multi-lifetime vow of suffering. . . You have to know what’s holding you back before you can release it and heal your life.
After you’ve discovered what you need to release, then you must work to create the vibrational alignment for what you want in your life.
I want to see everyone live an Empowered and Inspired Life – and this means YOU!
Because I had so many people telling me “I am utterly unhappy in my life. I hate my job. I’m lonely. I have no money, and I really do want change. But I cannot afford to see an Intuitive or a Coach” – Emily and I teamed up to bring you Conscious Creator Coaching – your FREE Weekly Conscious Coaching Session.
If you are ready to become a Conscious Creator in your own life – I am ready to show you the way.
As an Intuitive Coach, I can look at your present path and determine if you are in alignment with what you desire. And if you’re not, I can give you the steps to create the alignment that you need to create the life you desire!
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Jane Elliott is an American former schoolteacher, recognized most prominently as an anti-racism activist and educator. She is also known as a feminist and LGBT activist. Elliott created the famous "blue-eyed/brown-eyed" exercise, first
done with third-grade school children in the 1960s, which later became the basis for her career in diversity training.
The exercise was conducted the day following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. The purpose of the exercise was
to try to teach her students the effects of being a minority. Her exercise, and the subsequent controversy, became the basis for the television documentaries Eye of the Storm (1970) and A Class Divided (1985). Elliott was also recipient of the National Mental Health Association Award for Excellence in Education and many other awards.