OVERNIGHT WALK

Insight – AFSP’S “OUT OF THE DARKNESS OVERNIGHT WALK” THRU NYC, THE 411 ON HEMOPHILIA /NYC BENEFIT WALK PLUS SKINNY JEAN BAN – 06.02.16

Dr Christine Moutier, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Chief Medical Officer gives insight on mental illness including CDC findings, AFSP’s ambitious goal of reducing suicide, self talk that people with depression often experience and how the significance for the overnight walk goes way beyond raising money. Melissa Penn, Co-Founder of the NYC Hemophilia Walk discusses how her first child’s diagnosis prompted she and her husband to create a NYC hemophilia walk which has grown to 40 states. This power couple also founded Happy Fest which was featured on Insight several weeks ago. www.nyhemophilia.org
Mark’s talks for schools (5-12 grades), college and corporate on: overcoming adversity, mental health, anti-bullying, drugs/alcohol and more leave audiences empowered, enlightened and knowing that their difference makes them stronger. www.markfarrellmotivation.com

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Energy Stew – Brad Warner – 04.22.16

Did Buddha actually say “Don’t be a jerk”? Brad Warner is an important Zen Buddhist priest and author. His latest book, “DON’T BE A JERK” offers incredible insights into Buddhist teaching.
What constitutes being a jerk? How often does that apply to us? Maybe if we learned more about it, our lives would become more enlightened. Maybe the secret to enlightenment is to avoid jerkhood. Brad has wonderful explanations of deep Buddhist truths so be sure to listen to this “enlightening” interview.