"The May Day edition of the Gaea Star Crystal Hour, featuring an exploration of the mandolin with Dameron Midgett, new songs by Mariam performed by Mariam, Dameron and Bob and a sneak preview from Mariam's upcoming album, 'Smooth Sailin' Love Songs".
In Janine Ouellette Sullivan’s words: I received a degree in Child/Family Development in '79.From there I began a career at Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River, MA. I spent 13 years there primarily in the anesthesia department of the operating room. I have owned and operated several businesses, Janine's Cakes and Catering, JS Home Daycare, and Kulinary Kids. I spent several years working with children of all ages. In 2002 I developed and implemented a first of its kind Entrepreneurial Program for middle grade students in a private school system. After teaching Culinary Arts to children for several years, I began to shift my focus to the needs of elders, which inspired my writing. In 10/07 Aspire Magazine published my heart felt article entitled A Lessons in Gratitude. Since then I have been published in Aspire Magazine several times. My last article can be found the E book titled The Wisdom of Midlife Women. In 2007 I launched Journey du Jour Enterprises. My company is dedicated to bringing you the most inspiring people in the world. You can visit me at www.journeydujour.net firstname.lastname@example.org
Dorothy A. Martin-Neville, Ph.D. is an international speaker, teacher, author, psychotherapist, medical intuitive, and healer. Having been in the field of psychotherapy since 1983, Dr. Dorothy has approached this work from a wide variety of perspectives while continuously expanding her understanding and her teachings of the human condition. Because she is an intrinsically spiritual woman she sees so much of the difficulties and pains we are experiencing as being that of embodied souls who are struggling to come to terms with their own humanity. When we are lead to be pioneers in our field, to have a big picture of what our lives and communities can be like, and of who we can become, while also being pulled to compete, to get ahead, to possess, and to simply survive, we can become amazingly overwhelmed, frightened, and anxiety email@example.com www.drdorothyct.com
Jaentra Green Gardener-Ask me anything, after over 30 years of healing experience, both giving and receiving, I love the journey. I healed myself first of Multiple Sclerosis diagnosed in 1977 by leaving no stone unturned. I believe anyone can be healed. Let me coach you, enlighten, delight and support you. Each challenge has many gifts. My radio show “Healing Journeys” can be heard on www.a2zen.fm Three Heart Balancing™ is an approach developed by Jaentra Green Gardener, which integrates body, mind and heart as a focal point for dealing with body pain and discomfort. Based on an integration of many bodywork methods, the focus of the work is on activating the Wave in the body.
Three Heart Balancing™ is a type of energy medicine that works through the gravitational field of the earth and our body. We believe health and wellness are an integral part of our field of gravity. God is the divine absolute and the God within, the ground of our being, the higher power, both male and female, one with us all. God acts through people's commitment, prayers, and the intention to create love and health in each of us. Healing Hands Network trains people from all faiths in the art and practice of hands on healing. www.healinghandsnetwork.org www.instanthealing.info http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b99cLQ-F09w
How Can We Consciously Mother Ourselves? For most of us, our mother was our first teacher. Her gifts were either shining examples of how to mother lovingly, or she painted a picture of how not to mother. Perhaps she gave you both. Is it possible to forgive our mothers for their shortcomings, give thanks for the gifts they gave us, and use both to mother ourselves the way we wish we had been mothered?
Tom Zuba is a grief guide, author and inspirational speaker. His intention is to transform the way we “do grief” worldwide by sharing tools he's gathered over the last 20+ years. In 1990, Tom’s 18-month-old daughter Erin died suddenly. His 43-year-old wife Trish died equally as suddenly on New Year’s Day 1999 and his 13-year-old son Rory died from brain cancer in 2005. Tom and his son Sean are learning to live a full, joy-filled life, one day at a time. Tom appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show with best-selling author Gary Zukav, and currently writes a monthly column for CARING magazine. To learn more, visit www.TomZuba.com and follow Tom on Facebook and Twitter.
Hypnotic power of parents' words for child under age of 6. The power of other authority figures and how it can be used to benefit kids and people Stories of operating on man with no anesthesia used, childhood stored in our bodies and transplanted organ memories.
Clare O’Donohue was born in Chicago, Illinois, the youngest of four children. My parents are both from Ireland, but they met in London, moved to the US, and settled on Chicago’s South Side, where I was born and raised. I always knew I wanted to be a writer and in fact wrote my first novel (mini-novel actually. It was 60 pages) when I was 15. It was a mystery. After college I worked as a newspaper reporter and writing teacher before moving to LA and getting my first job in television. That was on the HGTV show, Simply Quilts.
I worked on the show for four seasons, eventually becoming the Supervising Producer, but I’ve written and produced for a lot of other shows as well. In the last twelve years, I’ve worked on shows for The History Channel, truTV, Food Network, A&E, Discovery, TLC, and others. My work has taken me all across the US and abroad and I’ve met a diverse group of people – from CEO’s to prison inmates, Malaysian orphans to famous athletes.
But all along I thought about writing a novel. I still loved mysteries so I finally sat down to write one. And lucky for me, I had the time. There’s a lot of what we in the freelance world like to call downtime, but is more commonly known as unemployment. Since I wasn’t earning any money, I also had motivation to write something that could catch the interest of a publisher.
And, luckily, I did. In 2008 I published The Lover’s Knot, the first in the Someday Quilts series. Now I’ve added A Drunkard’s Path and The Double Cross. And The Devil’s Puzzle. I’m working on the 5th in that series and loving every moment of it.
With the release of Missing Persons, and now Life Without Parole I’ve launched a new, edgier mystery series; one that gives an inside look at the world of television. It deals with murder, friendship, and love, just like Someday Quilts, but from a very different viewpoint. http://www.clareodonohue.com
When You Say "Thank You," Mean It: And 11 Other Lessons for Instilling Lifelong Values In Your Children, Author Mary O’Donohue and her husband Jim have been married for fifteen years and have two children, Connor and Grace. She balances being a mom with a long career in television production. Mary has worked for ABC, CBS, and NBC network stations, on shows such as “Today” and “Meet The Press,” as well as on numerous music and entertainment programs including “MTV Unplugged,” “Mariah Carey at St. John the Divine Cathedral,” and “An Opryland Christmas;” and on many talk shows including “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” She’s an avid traveler, having spent time in Ireland, England, Wales, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, and China. She loves to read and has a passion for photography. Mary plans to donate at least 10 percent of her author’s net profits to charities benefiting families and education. http://www.maryodonohue.com