Life Experiences, Not Words, Bring About Our Knowing (from The Law of Attraction, Part IV) “Words do not teach. It is like experience that brings you your knowing … when you begin to notice that you are getting what you thinking about, then, and only then, will you want to pay attention to … your thoughts. Controlling your thoughts will …
Reviewing Walt’s Attendance at the Abraham Workshop on Saturday Instead of talking about The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham as planned, Wendy and Walt talked about Walt’s experience at Saturday’s Abraham workshop that he and Louise attended in Greenwich. Download this episode (right click and save)
The Science of Deliberate Creation (from The Law of Attraction, Part III) We begin a new section of the book today in which Abraham defines what deliberate creation is and introduces some foundational ideas about how to apply it in our daily lives. Download this episode (right click and save)
ARE YOU IN A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP? Beatty asked her listeners to reevaluate all of their relationships, including love, work, family, friends and even acquaintances. Are these relationships loving, respectful and mutually satisfying or are they at worse, toxic and poisonous? Beatty’s guest today is Katherine Schreiber, co-author of the Truth About Exercise Addiction: Understanding the Dark Side of Thinspiration, writer, …
Talaura Cothran is not a typical high school senior. Her astuteness and compassion for others is boundless and that’s only a small part of who she is and why she created The Special Beauties Pageant http://www.specialbeautiespageant.com/ for children with special needs and disabilities in California. Hear how this extraordinary 17 year old became the caregiver of her mother, Jennifer MacMonagle at the young age of 3 after her mother was paralyzed. Jennifer, Talaura’s mother also speaks with Mark about her daughters successes including their ironclad relationship. Jennifer also talks about the night her life forever changed when riding with an intoxicated driver and how she turned a nightmare into a cathartic experience as well as twice earning the title of Miss. Wheelchair California. Mental illness is not on any level indicative of being weak rather it’s realizing that one needs professional help. Mark muses on the significance of professional help and how it saved him.
Another professional athlete is charged with domestic violence – something that is become all too common for victims and leagues. Are sports that require a certain degree of violence for professional athletes more dangerous for the health and well being of their spouses? In October – most schools celebrate diversity, inclusion and the importance of acceptance regardless of how a student identifies as well as the dangers of drug and alcohol use. During this vital month I share my vast experience with students at schools everywhere on overcoming adversity – my struggles of living with a visual impairment, coping with mental illness, my awakening of years of drug/alcohol use and so much more. I’m beyond gratified when I meet students months or years after they heard one of my talks and they recite my mantra, “My Difference Makes Me Stronger” and how my talk had such a positive impact on them. I wish schools didn’t let the calendar dictate or limit how much impact significant messaging can have on students.
Author and psychotherapist Jed Diamond and Carolyn discuss his new book “The Power of Two”— how couples working together can help us heal from industrial civilization and make life easier for our descendants.