Why God Gave You Two Ears and Only One Mouth Description: The reason God gave us two ears and only one mouth is so that we would listen more and speak less. On the road to conflict resolution, listening is the superhighway. Not surprisingly, listening is nearly absent in conflicted relationships. When we don’t feel heard by those close to us, "discussions" soon cycle out of control, meaning no resolution occurs. The next time that particular hot topic resurfaces we are even more likely to blast our mates. But when we come at our partners with both barrels, they want to put up their dukes rather than prick up their ears. The louder we get, the less our partners want to listen. Instead, they resort to Defending, Justifying and Counterblaming. In no time, you have a major vicious cycle that has divorce or break-up written all over it. Tune in and find out my 6 steps plan for listening your way to love!
Lisa Barnett the author of The Infinite Wisdom of the Akashic Records who has founded the Akashic Knowing School of Wisdom to teach six new Akashic Access Prayers to humanity. Lisa will guide us through the Akashic Knowing Wisdom Prayer System…a five part system with three vibrational keys to access your own Akashic Record and find out more of what you hope to master in this time place and in this life. You may become more skilled at the art of formulating questions to retrieve life enhancing answers or to release karma or soul contracts that bind you to negative life patterns and to gain confidence and clarity about personal situations that challenge your sense of well-being.
Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #215 comes to you live from Singing Bridge Studio in Worthington, Massachusetts on a rainy spring day. Today we feature the Gaea Star Band with Mariam Massaro on vocals, tenor ukulele, native flute, celtic harp and dulcimer, Dameron Midgett on classical guitar, mandolin and didjeridoo, Craig Harris on congas and marimbas and Robert Sherwood on piano. Today’s first piece is the haunting “Phoebe Returned”, an elemental prayer to spring. “I Am Here Now” is a stately ballad of inspiration featuring Mariam’s evocative native flute and Dameron’s Spanish-flavored acoustic guitar. “Celebrating Walking Gently On The Earth” finds Mariam moving to the dulcimer for a sprightly, driving drone with a percolating percussion backdrop and fluttering, dramatic piano. Mariam plays mystical runs on the harp for “Ruby Flowers Are Floating By”, a beautiful, wide motif that evokes a clear-skied spring day. Today’s last piece, Mariam’s “White Owl In The Night” is a bluesy minor folk song that floats and mesmerizes
The Power of the Spirit to Heal and Empower Peak Performance : A Conversation with Bhava Ram We can rise from the ashes of the worst losses and illnesses, heal ourselves, and create high level wellness and peak performance. No one exemplifies this potential better than former war correspondent Brad Willis, our guest on this edition of Conversations with Extraordinary People. In the 1960s, when Brad Willis was a teenager, he found himself to be feeling disgusted, resentful, and angry at the war in Vietnam, the racism in our culture, and the urban decay around his southern California home. Then, by a complete fluke of fate, he found himself interviewing for a job with a television station in a small town in Northern California, which soon led to his becoming a war correspondent, and the head of the Asian News Bureau for NBC – and the winner of the broadcasters equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. He suffered a crippling, inoperable injury to his low back, was declared totally disabled, lost his job, his wife and son, gained 50 pounds and became a bed-bound prescription narcotics addict and alcoholic. And to top it all off, his exposure to depleted uranium in the Gulf War gave rise to an inoperable cancer. Given two years to live, he became a bed-bound, depressed, resentful grouch. It was then that he encountered a new approach to healing at Scripps Institute, where he was introduced to holistic medicine, eastern thought, and one of my self–healing tapes. From Healing Journey, he learned a mantra. By continuing his inner work guided by this and the plaintive words of his young son, “Get up, daddy,” he was led through a remarkable experience of healing, the elimination of his cancer, and his regaining not only the ability to walk again, but the ability to become a yoga teacher and author of several books. There’s no one I can think of better equipped to describe the process of Peak Performance and Deep Healing. Don’t miss this show – the story of his life is a classic.
Carrie Cariello author of What Color is Monday? How Autism Changed One Family for the Better. Carrie offers a positive perspective on the challenges of raising a child with autism without sugar coating some of the struggles along the way. Carrie shares her daily experiences of raising a child with autism who views the world through a different lens and how the family has learned to adapt and as a result brought the family into a more cooperative and loving interaction focused on living and loving to the best of their ability.
Deborah Beauvais Welcomes 16yr.old Izabela Comer and Musician Debara Bruhn Towt
Co-Host 16yr.old Izabela Comer Izabela Comer is a high school student at Desert Hills who is also working on her Associates Degree with the Success Academy Program at Dixie State University. She is working towards a degree in the health field. She is an advocate for eating whole foods and practicing a healthy lifestyle. She enjoys going on hikes, dancing, kickboxing, doing meditations, and hitting the gym with her mom. All activities she uses to bring peace to her world, so that she can be an influence of peace in the lives of others. She is constantly encouraging herself and others around her to accept themselves for who they are, while they are striving to become better.
Izabela Shares: I enjoy accomplishing something difficult that requires me to step outside of my comfort zone. Only when brave enough to venture into the unknown can we learn and grow. How else are you supposed to make new friends if all strangers are assumed danger? How can we learn if failure doesn’t come first? I love my failures because they become my biggest successes. It’s the attitude I’m trying to adapt when addressing my failures. I try to celebrate all little things because if not, what is there to celebrate? The little things, lead to bigger successes so why not celebrate every milestone and take pride in everything already accomplished?
Musician, Angel Messenger, Debara Bruhn Towt
I am thriving while working with husband on our subterranean eco friendly garden sanctuary (Home) non-profit organization ~ In 2008 we were gifted branches of the Oklevueha Native American church Toquerville & Orderville. Grateful and Honored .We are releasing, The Second Genesis Passage to spontaneous Regeneration book on the website. The cutting edge for Your health & your Wellness… & much more .. WE ~ loving Eating Raw Whole Organic Foods (no animal products, a plant based diet, No supplements . Feeling great while growing Young Gracefully. http://callinallangels.com/
Debara Bruhn Towt, shares her musical sojourn into healing. Debara affirms “Each person has a song with a melody with unique sounds and words. It is not a song like any one else; it is a profound tapestry woven through the universe. I love to listen to the songs that come forth from each soul, for I am the always blessed & transformed by the grace that attends us. Yes, we are all connected”. Debara shares her experiences in life as a mother, who has lost her father to down wind radio active fallout in southern Utah, lost her brother to HIV related immune disorders, lost her second daughter to a rare birth defect that put her into an eight year coma, lost her oldest daughter to a single car roll over accident.
How Did Dr. Bernie Get to Where He is Both Professionally and Personally
Lionel Ketchian and Deborah Beauvais join Bernie for a conversation on his life and journey..why he chose medicine. How he dealt with emotional pain, and if he has regrets of choosing medicine. He started his practice with three other physicians. He shares how he evolved to teaching how to treat the whole person. He shares memories of people he met along the way.
Deathbed Visions with Carla Wills-Brandon
Carla Wills-Brandon is an eminent researcher in the field of deathbed visions whose 2000 book, One Last Hug Before I Go, is a wonderful summary of how and why deathbed visions happen, and what they mean.
Join Leah Marie for an interview with the founders of Functional Mind Optimal Medical Solutions. Dr. Achina Stein, DO, DFAPA, ABIHM and Sally Davidson, RN, MS, ANP-BC, IFMCP will be sharing their innovative and holistic approach to patients' care.
Dr. Stein uses functional medicine to help patients find the underlying causes of illness and the nutritional and biochemical imbalances that may be contributing to them. Functional medicine is personalized medicine that uncovers the root cause of disease instead of focusing on the suppression of symptoms. Dr. Stein will search for underlying triggers that are contributing to your illness through cutting edge lab testing. She will tailor the intervention to your specific needs as an individual. She may use diet, dietary supplements, lifestyle changes or medication to treat your illness but will seek the least invasive way to help your body restore balance. She seeks to promote wellness and create hope, health and healing by partnering with you.
Sally had been a nurse practitioner for 16 years and an RN for 18 years before returning to college to obtain her master’s degree. She is the 3rd nurse practitioner in her family and having lively discussions with her sisters over the years helped mold her style of practice. Although she never was able to practice with her sisters, they often attended conferences together during the last 25 years. They were repeatedly drawn to the lectures that were more holistic in nature. They held a strong belief among themselves that patients could be better served through diet, exercise and lifestyle changes. The three sisters, always ahead of their time, were prescribing probiotics, fish oil and vitamin D long before their colleagues. When Sally discovered Functional Medicine, she knew that this was where she belonged. She spent the last 3 years attending the educational modules through the Institute for Functional Medicine to become certified in this field.
Love in the Age of Ecological Apocalypse
Given the daunting, dire predicament in which we find ourselves on this planet, what is described by social critic James Howard Kunstler as a "Long Emergency" may in fact become a "Last Emergency" for humanity. Whether we encounter a "long" or a "last" emergency, Carolyn Baker seeks to offer inspiration and guidance for inhabiting our remaining days with passion, vitality, empathy, intimate contact with our emotions, kindness in our relationships with all species, gratitude, open-hearted receptivity, exquisite creations of beauty, and utilizing every occasion, even our demise, as an opportunity to invoke and "inflict" joy in our world. Love in the Age of Ecological Apolcalypse addresses an array of relationships in the Last Emergency and how one's relationship with oneself may enrich or impede interactions with all other beings.
CAROLYN BAKER, PhD, was a professor of history and psychology for 11 years and a psychotherapist in private practice for 17 years; she currently offers life coaching. She manages the Speaking Truth to Power website at www.carolynbaker.net and is the author of eight previous books, including Sacred Demise: Walking the Spiritual Path of Industrial Civilization's Collapse; Navigating the Coming Chaos: A Handbook for Inner Transition; Collapsing Consciously: Transformative Truths for Turbulent Times; and Collapsing Consciously Meditations: Further Reflections for Turbulent Times.