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    Re-Envisioning Humanity's Relationship to the Earth 5

    in Psychology

    Please join us for more discussion concerning humanity's relationship to the Earth.

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    Not So Mad Science

    in Science

    The Covid 19 world is just a tool in the quiver of GOD for the Fall Of America, and the Western world. The evidence of the abusive means by those who control media to hide truth and viable alternative or opposing views to fight, cure, and shield ourselves from COVID and suppliment our immune systems mounts daily. 

  • 00:37

    Sharon Tal " The Soul Alchemist" is On the Edge

    in Social Sciences Today, Sharon Tal works with people from all walks of life to help them resolve blocks on the emotional, physical, mental and spiritual level. To achieve this, Sharon draws on her vast expertise of healing modalities and strong initiative abilities to help her clients achieve love, abundance and joy in their lives.

  • 01:04

    Special Edition: Critical Race Theory

    in Social Sciences

    We will be discussing the hypocrisy of white america in regards to it's brutalization of Black People during the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade and Segregation. We are not interested in other groups at this point in time due to the simple fact that Black People are in a State of Emergency in regards to our very survival. Yassa Bosses will not be tolerated on this episode. We need to have positive and intelligent input.

  • 00:31

    The Nature of Creativity, The Creativity of Nature

    in Environment

    If you innovated for 3.8 billion years, how creative would you be? Very! So it is with nature.
    Innovation is just what it has been doing since the beginning of time: designing processes and systems and figuring out other ways to survive. From the beginning, humans have looked to nature for new ideas. Leonardo da Vinci of the Renaissance, for example, watched flying birds for hours. From them, he learned and replicated aerodynamic principles and built gliders, a helicopter and other flying machines.
    da Vinci’s technique is still useful as people solve complex problems. Today, it is called “biomimcry” - a creative practice of observing and copying nature. The tool is used by innovators in businesses, medicine, organizations, transportation, technology and more.
    The Center for Creative Solutions, Inc., a local non-profit organization, sponsors two annual events, northwest Indiana’s celebration of World Creativity and Innovation Week in April and the Innovation Forum in the fall. In addition, it offers other programming throughout the year. To learn more call 219-326-7259, email, or visit
    • Cynthia Hedge, co-founder and CEO of the Center. An attorney, she is also a trainer, facilitator and consultant to non-profit organizations, businesses, government agencies, schools, professionals and individuals. • Keri Marrs Barrón, a creativity consultant, trainer, facilitator and works with the Center for Creative Solutions on special projects and serves on its Board. Like Hedge, she has a masters degree from the International Center for Studies in Creativity and Change Leadership in New York (SUNY). Her other Purdue University degrees are in biology.

  • 00:42

    The Powerful Effects of Restorative Relaxation Music w/Guest Carl Bartlett, Jr.

    in Psychology

    Carl Bartlett, Jr. is an Award-winning Saxophonist and Composer from Queens, New York, Music Educator, and the Founder of Serene New You Sax LLC. In 2020 Carl founded Serene New You Sax LLC, an online company which creates unique and restorative relaxation music that helps people overcome their stress and anxiety in an uplifting way. The business unites Carl's love of, and gift in, music with his passion for helping people achieve healthier, relaxed and more enjoyable lives. Serene New You Sax combines Carl's 20-plus years of professional musical knowledge of how melody, harmony, chords and intervals affect human emotions with relaxation science and study of how sound affects the amygdala (the brain's emotional/anxiety control center)
    Listen in as the Brain Lady discusses two of her favorite subjects, Music & the Brain!
    Connect with Carl...
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  • 00:44

    Carly Grennor the connection between our body, brain, spirit & behavior with me

    in Psychology Youtube Version I help athletes level up their performance through mental skills coaching. I have an MS in Sport Psychology and am a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

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  • 00:47

    Part 2: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Dr. Celeste-Linguere Johnston of Pappillon

    in Psychology

    Phoenix, AZ – Dr. Celeste-Linguere Johnston is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist, certified executive coach and a master of Physiognomics, a user friendly system for evaluating trustworthiness and other traits.
    Physiognomics is the art of discovering temperament and character from outward appearances. It is about how human behavior and personality characteristics are reflected in the body and how they can be interpreted.
    Dr. Johnston has broken each body type down into a simple geometric program using basic shapes: squares, circles, oblongs, triangles, and superimposing them on the body.
    Each of these models––Thoracic, Abdominal, Cerebral, Osseous, Muscular––corresponds to behavioral and personality characteristics:
    According to Dr. Johnston, Physiognomics can be used as a non-profiling tool for law enforcement and counterterrorism to discern deception and untrustworthiness. Through her company, Pappillon Strategies, Dr. Johnston offers Physiognomics training to federal, state and local government agencies, businesses, law firms, and anyone who needs to read people more carefully rather than relying on implicit biases, assumptions, stereotypes and micro-aggressive affections or tendencies.
    Dr. Johnston says the greatest benefit of Physiognomics is that it offers “protection without profiling.”
    “Physiognomics is non-profiling because you're looking at shapes, not race or gender,” explains Dr. Johnston. “It doesn't matter who they are. We are looking at all parts of how a person is presenting themself. If people are behaving suspiciously, aggressively or erratically, they will take on one of these forms.” 
    For more information, visit

  • 01:01

    Bi-Partisan Infrastructure Bill Passes

    in Energy

    Date 11/17/2021              Episode
    Hosted By: Ronald Bethea
    Guests: 11:00 AM - 11:05 AM Est: Introduction
    Host: 11:06 AM - 11:16 AM Est.: Topic of Discussion: Bi-Partisan Infrastructure Bill Passes
    Host: 11:17 AM - 11:30 AM Est.: How the Build Back Better bill could boost clean energy for low-income homeowners
    Host: 11:31 AM - 11:34 AM Est.: Commercial
    Host: 11:35 AM - 11:45 AM Est: Topic of Discussion: Communities Across the US Are Addressing Property Deterioration and Vacancy With ARPA
    Host: 11:46 AM – 11:57 AM Est: House Sends Infrastructure Bill With Crypto Tax Provision to US President
    Host: 11.58 pm – 12:00 pm EST. Closing Remarks.

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