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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt
The Wisdom of the Teacher in Changing Times
The Teacher asks, "can you be passionately committed to the process without attachment to the outcome?" Can you step through the door and into the New World with precise and passionate commitment to your purpose and an open heart to all that is Unknown and will change- that will have to change if this New World will be different than the one before? Join host and shaman, Christina Pratt, as she continues this four part series sharing wisdom from the Four Great Teachers about the coming New World. The Teacher speaks to us of leadership, sovereignty, and mastery, as these are the places from which we truly teach. Are you willing to lead simply because the moment calls for a leader and you are there? Are you willing to govern your life and shape your choices based on the innate value in each living thing, including yourself? Are you ready and able to bring only your mastery through the gate with you, reconciling all else and then leaving it behind? The Teacher asks what have you learned that enables you to bring your leadership, sovereignty, and mastery to bear in the New World. Whatever that is, now is the time to live it.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 11:00 AM Pacific
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Awakenings with Michele Meiche
2013 and Beyond - A New Era...with Cosmologist Jude Currivan
Call in 347-539-5122 or Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Host Michele Meiche offers Soul Insights Answers to your questions & does readings & meditation. Call in for Alignment with the 12-12-12 Energies - Call in with Intention for the world & what we are co-creating - New Paradigm. Our guest this week Dr Jude Currivan has experienced multi-dimensional realities from the age of four, has a Masters Degree in physics specializing in cosmology and quantum physics and a PhD in archaeology researching ancient cosmologies and the creation of sacred spacetime. She has lived in the sacred landscape of Avebury, England, the epicenter of the crop circle phenomenon, for seventeen years, has journeyed to nearly seventy countries around the world and has worked with the wisdom keepers, both living and discarnate of many traditions. Her award-winning books include The 8th Chakra, The 13th Step and HOPE – Healing Our People & Earth. In 2010 she was presented with the Circle award by WON Buddhism and sponsored by the UN, cited for her ‘outstanding contribution towards planetary healing and expanding new forms of consciousness.’ www.judecurrivan.com
Wed, December 12, 2012 03:00 pm ET
Just Energy Radio
The Mysteries of John the Baptist & New (Free) Energy
The Mysteries of John the Baptist
Tobias Churton is Honorary Fellow of Exeter University, where he is faculty lecturer in Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry. The founding editor of the magazine Freemasonry Today, he holds a master’s degree in Theology from Brasenose College, Oxford, and is the author of several books, including Gnostic Philosophy, The Magus of Freemasonry, and The Invisible History of the Rosicrucians. He lives in England. More ...
New (Free) Energy
Jeane Manning is an award-winning author whose non-fiction books take you inside a dynamic international scene – a world of inventors, outside-the-box engineers and heretical scientists whose accomplishments have long been mis-labeled as “impossible free energy.” Their work instead is becoming recognized as New Energy, and is bringing very possible solutions to some of humankind’s big problems. More ...
Friday From 2-4pm CST ~ 11/23/12
Awake: Now What?
Welcome Mimi Sammis, World Renown Artist, TV Celebrity, Tsun
Mimi Sammis believes that art depicting love and joy has a positive effect on its viewers, and her work is full of joy, creativity and the appreciation of nature. Her artwork brings peace to those who view it, and this brings Mimi closer to accomplishing her goal of inspiring peace in the world.
Mimi Sammis began painting landscapes in watercolor. Eventually she discovered joy in creating bronze sculptures. Her sculpture pieces range in size from one to twenty-two feet and are exhibited throughout the world. Some of her exhibitions include the United Nations, The Hague, the Arles Museum and the American Embassy in Paris. She has work in many private residences around the world. At her own home, Mimi has a touching, larger-than-life size sculpture of her five grandchildren that inspires you to love these children—even if you don’t know them.
Mimi Sammis began working with PBS in 2005 when she aired her first series of fine art appreciation shows. She knows the benefit of the creative process and embraces the opportunity to again share her joy in creating art in her newest 13 episode series, Love to Paint with Mimi. Her enthusiasm for art and her informal, wise and witty style has earned her the title, the “Julia Child of Painting.”
Sun, December 16, 2012 06:00 pm ET