The statistics are disconcerting. Over the past decade, about 30% of young men have dropped out of college during their freshman year (Hartley). For those who remained, 38% completed their bachelor’s degree in four years and 58% finished within six. (National Center for Education Statistics). According to researchers, the struggles of male college freshmen have not changed much through the …
Andrew Harvey is an internationally renowned religious scholar, writer, teacher, and author of over thirty books. He is the founder of the Institute of Sacred Activism, an international organization dedicated to inspiring people to become more involved in challenging our social and global crises and to commit themselves to peace and sustainability. Andrew was born in India and studied and taught at Oxford University where he was the university’s youngest fellow at age 21 teaching Shakespeare and French literature. He is perhaps best known for having explored all the different religions in depth and has reinterpreted them in a passionate manner that preserves their meaning and significance for our own time. In 1993, BBC featured him in a documentary “The Making of a Modern Mystic.” Andrew has received many awards for his writings including the Benjamin Franklin Award. Among his many books are “The Hope: A Guide To Sacred Activism” which won the Nautilus Silver Award for Social Change, and more recently “Play Life More Beautifully: Conversations with Seymour,” which recounts his friendship with the renowned American pianist and composer Seymour Bernstein. Andrew’s website is AndrewHarvey.net
Christina Gikas, clinical and transpersonal hypnotist, counselor, teacher and more, gives an in-depth talk about using her creative, advanced methods of healing. Hypnosis, quantum healing, the power of our thoughts, self healing, ancient healing methods, connecting with departed loved ones and more. This is a must-hear show of the dedicated healer and researcher extraordinaire.
Learning to use your natural-born gifts to heal yourself. This is the topic of this show explained by Alex Hermosillo, a renown master energy healer, author, teacher and widely sought after speaker. He is the founder of Master Energy Healing (M.E.H.). Thousands have benefitted from his work. He has assisted people in healing their migraine headaches, backaches, cancer, heart disease, tumors, depression and more.
Hermosillo details his near-death miraculous experience he had during a short time in a high spiritual plane heaven-like atmosphere while his body was being operated on in a hospital emergency room (ER). As a result of this experience, he found himself having acquired the ability to heal people and discusses these methods.
These techniques have helped people to heal virtually all major diseases and he shows people how to use these techniques along with gratitude and meditation so they can heal themselves. Some of the conditions he talks about on this show are heart disease, memory loss, and various types of pain.
February is Teen Dating Prevention month. The incidence of physical, sexual, psychological and emotional abuse that occurs in teen dating relationships is on the rise. In fact 1in 3 teens are victims of relationship abuse of one kind or another. When are adults and our educational institutions going to take this problem seriously and implement ongoing substantial preventative relationship education programs instead of continually lamenting the problem after the fact? Also, listen to what Beatty has to say about Hillary Clinton and what Canada is doing in the schools to educate children as young as 5 about relationships!
Australian/American psychologist and lawyer Dr. Bob Jacobs presents a radical approach to parenting and education in dramatic contrast to what those words usually mean. He starts from the premise that people are essentially good and non-violent, and ultimately know what’s good for themselves. It makes for very interesting back and forth about human nature and practical applications to parent-teacher-child relationships.
Updates on Obama harshness re student debt, how much corps and rich abuse tax havens, MIT rejects fossil-fuel divestment, profit over safety at tylenol company. Response to listener on where US economy headed now. Interview life-long high school teacher Alan Schulman on teaching economics after the 2008 crisis: problems and prospects.
Do you view parenting as largely a fear-based exercise?
Left to their own devices, will children revert to a Lord of the Fliesethos?
Are kids inherently naughty and boorish?
Were you raised by time outs, consequences, spankings, or behavior charts?
Do you believe they’ll be grateful for your firm hand and “tough love” when they grow up?
What if the strict rule-oriented adversarial, “manipulation not friendship” parenting model isn’t quite right for your kids?
School may be out for summer, but I guarantee you there’s one thing teachers are already worried about as they plan for the coming school year: how they’ll offset the inevitable out-of-pocket costs that come with running a classroom. It’s not just a few books or art supplies we’re talking about here; the truth is much more discouraging. During my …
Texas State Representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) is once again in the spotlight after submitting yet another Orwellian proposal, H.B. 985. Villalba first raised the ire of civil libertarians by proposing a bill, H.B. 2006, which would have eliminated the religious exemption for vaccination, essentially creating a forced government vaccination program without exception. More recently, Villalba was thrust into the national …