- Producer25/08/2017The Shift Towards SpiritualityPhoto by Nikolay Avakyan on UnsplashI woke in the early hours. Uncomfortably warm. Was it the temperature, or the thought that had burned itself into my conscious mind?"The Shift - Wayne Dyer"A film I'd not watched since I bought the DVD years...
Comments26/08/2017 #6 David B. GrinbergThanks for more good advice, Tricia. I look forward to checking out this film. I often notice Wayne giving presentation on PBS-TV here in the States. The guy is an award-winning author who really knows his stuff. Yes, I'm spiritual too! I believe that one part of happiness is showing gratitude for what one already has, rather than seeking out more material possession to be more "happy" -- or being envious/jealous of others who have more material positions.
Some "food for thought" --
1) Love thy neighbor and remember we are all neighbors of the human race and planet Earth.
2) BEE happy and grateful because YOU are you! The more gratitude you show, the happier you will BEE, at least in my experience.
3) As Albert Einstein wisely said, "You either believe nothing is a miracle or everything is miracle." An important quote to ponder. I choose the latter...25/08/2017 #2 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeYou learn to be wise dear @Tricia Mitchell. I decided to note down my values in life. Values that are in accordance with my purpose of living. Be a continuous learner and willingness to share what I learn. To always have a family that I am proud of and sacrifice what it takes to make this possible. Never to feel I am better than others and always keep my modesty for there are always others who I shall strike to reach their levels. Thank you Tricia for urging me to review my values.
- 03/07/2017Food for thoughts ....
After 50 years of research at the University of Virginia Medical Centre,
this panel talk about their findings regarding people who can recall previous lives.
It seems that those who had a traumatic previous death are the ones who most frequently remember during their early childhood, but it also seems likely that we have all reincarnated, but with just these few who are able to recall.Is There Life after Death? Fifty Years of Research at UVA February 22, 2017 Jim B. Tucker Bruce Greyson Edward F. Kelly J. Kim Penberthy http://www.uvadops.org Does some aspect of our personality survive bodily...
- "How to use Tantra to have better relationships with ourselves and others"
First off, what the heck is Tantra? Maybe they spelled it wrong and they meant "mantra"? Alas, I have found out they are not the same yet in Tantra they can utilize mantras!
So instead of us playing guessing games, I've brought on Guest Speaker Aghora Fabrice, to help us out. He will break down for listeners what the basics are, how it's beneficial in having better relationships with ourselves and others, along with key tips to consider when looking for a Tantra practitioner/mentor.
Aghora Fabrice is a Yoga Teacher (both Tantric & Hatha) along with being a Tantric Massage Practitioner; and is also the Founder & Certified Expert Life Coach at "The Lover in You"...where he focuses on helping men find their purpose in life along with how they can use their sexuality to discover their full potential and experience deep, fulfilling, long-lasting relationships.
To learn more or to work with Aghora, please visit his website at:
- Producer18/05/2017Commitment to Balanced Spiritual Health“Every form of life it’s enemies. Insects have to watch out for hungry birds, and birds must keep and eye on hungry cats and dogs. Even human beings have to doge automobiles and fight off germs. The life that it real also an enemy…This enemy is sin”...
- Producer30/03/2017What Is Vedic Astrology? Types & PrinciplesVedic Astrology refers to Indian or Hindu astrology, a system that originated in ancient India and which was documented by sages in the Vedic scriptures. Also known as "Jyotish"--the science of light, Vedic astrology deals with astral light...
- Take time to smell the "FLOWERS"...
& make sure to incorporate into your life-
Optimizing your nutrient intake
Working on your passions
- "The relevance of Rumi's teachings in today's world"
MON 3/20, 12pm CST
Link to upcoming show:
Many people all over the world today feel lost, divided, disheartened, and anxious of our collective future. In some ways, that is rightly so with everything we see on the news. But at the same time, we must keep hope alive and take actions towards making our world the way we'd like it to be.
Dr Mansour Malik joins us to share some insight on one of the world's wisest human beings. Rumi was known as a Muslim Poet, Jurist, Scholar, Theologian, and Mystic. Hopefully today's show will remind listeners of our spiritual roles on this planet and how taking care of our soul's is very much a part of wellness.
Dr Mansour Malik is an international lawyer from U.A.E. and has served clients the world over. He is also the Chairman of International Diplomat Magazine and the Diplomat Business Club. His most important role however is helping bring people together by actively promoting peace and love.
- At the edge of the "ocean" lies your hopes & dreams...
With loved ones you can navigate your destiny;
Each of our journeys are tethered together-
Love steers the way.
- 27/02/2017A documentary that talks about near-death experiences, human consciousness, and the possibility of communication with other dimensions: Food for thoughts.Beyond Our Sight - documentary (52') Can we survive death ? What is the nature of our consciousness ? “Beyond Our Sight” is an independant documentary that talks about near-death experiences,...
- What if you treated Everyone you met as if they were "Creator"?
Would you let Creator go hungry?
Would you make God sleep on the street?
Would you harm Creator?
We all have "God" within ourselves and if we were to show love to each other as we would for the most high...
Imagine how beautiful our world would be!
- KINDNESS is the best MEDICINE...
“The Kindness Diaries Episode 1”:
Chronicling one man's journey
as he highlights the acts of kindness
humanity has in ourselves.
It really takes us all doing what we can
to BE THE CHANGE we wish to see in our world!
Be Well Brothers & Sisters!
- Producer09/09/2016Connect and TranscendPortal 999In recent years, we have learned to evolve, not only as human beings but as spiritual beings. Our spiritual DNA and our consciousness shift is noticeable when we see that from generation to generation they are leading to more and better...
- Producer20/08/2016We should all be kind to each otherThe renovated and upgraded Vegas Club, years after I left townWe should all be kind to each other In 1993 I landed a dice job at the Las Vegas Club. I asked the casino manager if they had an extra board. He said, "Yes we do, and you're...
Comments23/08/2016 #7 jesse kaellis#5 I fixed it, Jim. When I first started writing, I used what I call "ticks" affectations more often. For example "I" instead of "I've" but I stopped doing that. My work is somewhat choppy enough because of my using sentence fragments and a passive voice. But then again some writers intentionally write the "wrong" way to make their work more "unique." James Frey who debuted with "A Million Little Pieces" comes to mind. He read my manuscript by the way. Read it and passed it on to Michael Signorelli of H/C and also powerful NY editor Eric Simonoff. I cold called Frey on Facebook. "I can write and everything I write true, it happened," I called him out, and he took the bait.
Well -- Signorelli agreed that I was "raw and talented: and he "loved the feel of my voice," but that he couldn't market my book as is because it contained many, very many, very short stories and was not linear. And he didn't have the resources necessary to shape it into a marketable book."
He said that I I could come up with a more linear, sustained narrative he would be glad to take another look. He also offered to "mentor me" with advice about the publishing business, but he ignored me after the first submission. And I tried to stitch it together, I worked hard and sent it to him, but by then he had moved on.
These people read prospective manuscripts on their own time. They don't get paid for that. He probably read mine while sitting on the toilet.
You have to figure -- a marketing campaign costs a big publisher 80 to 100 thousand dollars. Too many failures and there goes the Park Avenue apartment and the Midtown Manhattan lifestyle.
It's business -- that's what I'm saying.
Oh, well! Yes, I was disappointed. It just wasn't going to be that easy.21/08/2016 #4 jesse kaellis#3 I would be very interested in where that place was. I left Vegas one day before my birthday in August of 1996. I had completely burned the town down burnt every bridge and then some. It was fortuitous that I got out when I did since I was clean for a while and just drinking. Some people can't live in Vegas and some people shouldn't. People like me. On the other hand, there are scores of people living desperate self-destructive lives in Las Vegas, and somehow they carry on.
Thanks for commenting, Pascal.21/08/2016 #3 Pascal Derrien#2 No I don't remember have been to too many countries and continents since what I remember clearly was that guy playing acoustic guitar with 4 strings and we asked what he was up he informed us he had just been released from jail, we were so short of cash for this trip that we were somehow stuck there it was pre internet and trip advisor days :-) I slept with one eye while my friend kept checking the rental car 4 times a night with hindsight I think people got nice enough to 2 foreigners dumb enough to end up in that dump :-)21/08/2016 #2 jesse kaellis#1 In '93 I was working at the Las Vegas Club at the apex of Fremont and Main. Across for the Union Plaza and the Golden Gate -- where I had dealt before. What was the name of this hostel? Can you remember, Pascal? No air? It must have been brutal. I lived in some dump on third and Garcia when I was working at the Plaza, my first middle-level house. The wall unit went out, and I had to use the useless central air. The manager told me that he wasn't responsible for the wall unit, the motherf@#$er. I ended up getting it fixed. I didn't have the money either.
As you head east on Fremont it get's more cracked out and dangerous. I got stories about that too. Thanks, Pascal.20/08/2016 #1 Pascal DerrienI thought i was reading a chapter of the book from anthony kiedis from RHCP for a minute spent 4 days in a crappy hostel in Vegas in 1993'with no air con there were some intetesting characters in there it was dowtown and many guys were dodgy my friend freaked out and we left .... Crazy city....
- Producer04/08/2016A Soap Bubble Floating on a River.I asked a client, who is a professional athlete, what he considers mental toughness to be? He replied that it is thinking positively even in difficult circumstances. Making a challenging situation into a positive and keeping your thoughts positive....
- 01/08/2016THE STEPPING STONES TO ENGLIGHTENMENT OFTEN LAY ON THE PATH LESS FREQUENTLY TROD...Six Life Lessons for Today from Chung Kingtinyurl.com The Stepping Stones to Enlightenment Do Not Always Lay on the Most Trodden Path Preface: The philosophy of Chung King is not as well known, nor as...
- Producer19/07/2016Electrify and Enliven Your Heart.I was working with a client yesterday and they felt "stuck" in life. This came across in their energy and the body movements and gestures. She was clearly finding this extremely frustrating and debilitating. And then all of a sudden, her energy...
- 18/07/2016Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga: "No calm sea ever made a skilled sailor" Don't work against the tides. Stand up paddle board yoga allows us to find our balance, to execute tough decisions off the mat with the lessons we've...
- 29/06/2016Mostly we don't know how Tarot cards or I Ching or a handful of bones or an instant image in a cup of coffee (or any other way to foretell events) really work. This just might be the short-cut that explains it. At a minimum, it's an easy and fun read..The only Meditation you’ll ever needthechurchofrocknroll.org If you had the time to lose An open mind and time to choose Would you care to take a look Or can you read me like a book When you find yourself talking to your reflection in the mirror, you...
Comments30/06/2016 #7 Selim YeniçeriI completely agree with what you're talking about, @Max Carter. I had a self-worth problem for so long, and last year I overcame it after I had a long and amazingly sincere talk with my inner child. Incredibly enough (but still not surprisingly at all for people who know the importance of such matters), everything began to go for better in my life after that. I know from experience that it's really difficult for one to be completely sincere with self, and that can make an incredible impact over your existence. Perfect article!
- Producer18/06/2016The Power of 1: Let Go of Your Anger (LeGOYA)"...The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep. And miles to go before I sleep..." derived from Robert Frost, Stopping By Woods on A Snowy Evening I write this as I reflect on a myriad of...
Comments11/11/2016 #32 Joel AndersonTo the rest of you; my democratic friends, my republican friends, my libertarian friends, my green friends, my black friends, my white friends, my Hispanic friends, my Asian friends, my Christian friends, my Muslim friends, my gay friends, my straight friends, and all the rest of my international friends across this globe I will merely say thank you for being you and accept this update as a heartfelt expression of hope that in this small jesture; by acknowledging my flaws, by my acknowledging to them and telling you that I have so far failed all I can say is that in accepting my current inability to succeed in this endeavor and knowing that I have miles to go, I remain committed to changing me and embracing each of you. “Rather than look at another individual who is different than me, I want to look at them and say, hey brother/sister you are you—thank you.”
So as flawed as I remain I will continue on my journey and will leave this with a continued committed to continue to do what I can to enable me to change me, and strive to:
• Embrace the Power of 1 at my level.
• Let go of my anger.
• To influence what I can control and let go of that which I cannot.
• To make a difference. One person at a time.
In the end, despite my failure, I remain committed to my personal journey of making a difference. A commitment I make to them and to you.11/11/2016 #31 Joel AndersonUpdate originally posted on Facebook.
I owe this update to my wife and daughters.
I originally posted this as a new year’s resolution and then updated it to reflect a more long term life long personal approach to change me. It is a resolution that I have endeavored to stay true to, but will be honest I have not done well in implementation. They are not superficial statements, but I have failed.
I continue to get sucked in to the divisiveness, the rhetoric and the emotional sensationalism that permeates the world surrounding me. I have found myself, far more often than I would like to admit, not heading my own words.
I still struggle with my anger, yet remain committed to working through it all.
So to them, and any of you who may take the time to read this update and original post know that I remain committed in my journey to let go of my anger.
To them I apologize for my behavior, my actions, my anger, my inability to put it all into perspective, to just let it go and do what I can to make this world a better place.25/10/2016 #30 Joel Anderson“To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one's family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one's own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him.” Buddha01/07/2016 #26 Joel Anderson#25 Thanks Deb, as usually greatly appreciated. We need more yea-saying and positivity. I had to chuckle yesterday as my blood pressure was rising over a particularly monumentally unimportant issue, and one of my colleagues, who has read this missive, just looked at me with a smile and said--LeGoya. Hmmm, it stopped me dead in my tracks and put a smile on my face. All the best and continue to make a difference.01/07/2016 #25 Deb 🐝 HelfrichA truly admirable missive, @Joel Anderson My attention was re-grabbed by this Neitzsche quote just yesterday...
"I do not want to wage war with the ugly. I do not want to accuse, I do not want even to accuse the accusers. Looking aside, let that be my sole negation! And all in all, to sum up: I wish to be at any time hereafter only a yea-sayer!"
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- Producer15/04/2016Bucket List Destination - The Land of the Thunder DragonNestled in the South East Himalayas rather uncomfortably between China to the North and India to the South lies a Kingdom relatively untouched by modern society. With a population estimated at just over 750,000, Bhutan occupies a land area of...
- Producer14/06/2016Another Act of Terrorism, Hate and Intolerance...What Now?"Love is always the first casualty of a religious war, the second is Truth and the third is...Humanity." ~Jason VerseyThis weekend we've experienced yet another terror atrocity. I mourn and stand with the LGBT community today and with every other...
Comments15/06/2016 #15 Jason Versey#14 William, I believe in some mentally ill way these terrorist believe they are doing their atrocities in the name of religion which is (on so many levels) a fundamental and barbaric flaw in their understanding of true religious enlightenment. This perplexes me as well...evil is hard to understand especially when it is cloaked in radical religious dogma. Their seeds of destruction have been planted...and a response of destructive repercussions will most likely be heading their way.15/06/2016 #13 William VanDorinTerrorists insist they are fighting for a cause and this perplexes me. It would seem sound reasoning to rally people to your cause, yet I fail to understand how killing un armed people renders anyone sympathetic to said cause. This is counter productive in the extreme, so I can only assume terrorists must be very stupid indeed! Violence is the first resort of the ignorant gripped in desperation manipulated by monsters.15/06/2016 #11 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher@Jason Versey such a touching article. I too, mourn and stand with the LGBT community and all the families who lost a loved one. I LOVE your first sentence, "Love is always the first casualty of a religious war, the second is Truth and the third is... Humanity." Strong words and so true. Thanks for this.14/06/2016 #3 Shawn Quinlivan, C.Ht.Beautiful, @Jason Versey! It takes courage to love. It takes courage to challenge others to do the same. And those principles are all the more difficult to propagate in the face of violence and hatred. Thanks for your powerful message . . . and your courage. The love in your heart vibrates in these words.14/06/2016 #2 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsIt is amazing how quickly fear can enter your essence after such an event. I felt fear for my daughter who has several close friends who are members of the LGBT community and her joining them last night as they gathered at a local LGBT club to remember those in Orlando. They did so with one single thought; they would not allow anger or fear to enter the gathering. In their words; It disrespects those that were lost and it gives power to the hate that led to the loss. So in Love and love only they honored all members of the community and forgave the misguided hate. Love won in Greensboro, NC last night and I'm very proud of these men and women who chose Love.