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Melissa Hellmann – Another Victory for Workers in Seattle — This Time It’s Their Schedules

Although she was hired on as a full-time employee at Domino’s Pizza, Crystal Thompson had a schedule that became erratic and unreliable shortly after she began working there in 2009. One day she’d start at 9 a.m. and work until 9 p.m.; and then she’d get a call asking her to work the morning shift the next day. The single …

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Heart of Mind Radio – 12.11.15

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, Kathryn Davis will focus on the power of the heart to heal and transform. Wellness, Awareness and Transcendence.

In the first segment we speak with Tonia Chauvet and Mary-Lynn Masi, two trainers of Heartfulness Meditation. Heartfulness.org

Heartfulness is a simple and practical way to experience the heart’s unlimited resources. Whether you are seeking stress reduction and relaxation, an individual meditation practice, or a deeper connection to your inner being.

Heartfulness Meditation is a simple, practical technique that you can use alongside any other form of yoga, meditation or practice. In a few minutes you will learn how to relax and feel the lightness and joy of your true nature. You don’t need to know how to meditate or to believe in a particular system or philosophy.The Heartfulness technique shows us to gently turn our attention towards our heart and experience that inner presence for ourselves.

During segment two Kathryn will speak about the NEW Energetic Portal that has opened and is accessible to humanity through awareness and intent. It is a vibration for healing, comfort and restoration. Kathryn also shares a meditation to help activate the process.

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Heart of Mind Radio – 12.04.15

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis continues a presentation on Kemetic Cultural Wisdom with Nekhitem Kamenthu, a first generation graduate of the New York Earth Center. He is the head scribe and financial officer of the New York Earth Center and currently oversees the San Diego Earth Center.

He began his initiation in 2006. Over the past 10 years, he has served in the capacity of a student, a teacher, as well as a lecturer; lecturing on diverse topics concerning traditional culture. Every year for the past 8 years, Nekhitem has traveled back and forth from the US to the motherland living there several months each year, deepening his studies, and continuing the arduous process of his initiation. He has also established roots back home and is in the process of repatriation.