Reflections along the way.
In today's episode, I'm joined by Michelle Smith who is a 3/5 Emotional Projector and Human Design Coach to talk about the power of developing deep self-awareness and a connection with your authentic self. Michelle will inspire you to accept yourself exactly as you are, build a better relationship with others, and create a fun and simple business or career using Human Design.INSIGHTS:Michelle's life before discovering Human Design Creating a home within yourself with Human DesignHow Michelle embraced being a projectorThe power of not just learning about Human Design but actually embodying it The importance of experimenting with your design and learning to follow your strategy and authority If this episode resonates with you, make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. Take a screenshot, share it with your friends on social media, tag me (@iamrandilee), and let me know what your biggest takeaway was from this episode. I can't wait to connect with you.Connect and learn more about Michelle by heading on to her Facebook and Website.Connect with Randi on Instagram and TikTok and learn how you can co-create magic together.Join Gifts of Gaia: A sacred membership community that is devoted to embodying the Gift frequency of the Gene Key that is activated by the Earth's transits.Get on the waitlist for The Soul Alchemy Retreat in Hawaii on 1/22/22-1/26/22 to get $222 off enrollment and first access to the limited spots.Support the show (http://paypal.me/islandrandi)
San Francisco 49ers beat writer of The Athletic, Matt Barrows joins Mark Willard to talk about the 49ers returning home with a 2-0 start. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Natalie starts off describing Rosh haShana in her yishuv; first guest is Tzvi Wohlgelernter who made aliyah from Toronto in 2010 and lives in Givat Shmuel with his wife and 4 children. Tzvi tells us all about this growing bedroom community where he is the rabbi of the student olim many from N. America. Next up is Devora Peretz newly arrived from outside of Philadelphia, living in Kochav Ya'akov. Devora found her apartment on Yad2 and had a friend send her pictures and video. That's how it's done now! Third guest is Aleeza Bracha from Pardes Chana who describes her first Rosh haShana in Israel and how in services, a stranger included her in a new unfamiliar song. In Israel, we are all family. Returning Home 09SEP2021 - PODCAST
In the latest Thursday From The Rookery End, with Adam Leventhal, leading Jon and Mike, they discuss the state of players returning from international duty - after Coup d'etat and possible FIFA sanctions. Plus they look ahead at three vital Premier League games for Watford, against Wolves, Norwich and Newcastle. How important is this run and what do the Hornets need to achieve? Tim Spiers, the Athletics Wolves correspondent, shares his insider knowledge ahead of the weekend clash at Vicarage Road and we hear all about Watford's link up with the Indian Premier League club, Odisha FC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Natalie starts off talking about the end of summer; her guest is Matt Polani, longtime resident of Beer Sheva, who takes us through his own aliyah in the 1980s where he did the WUJS program in Arad, and then moved to Beer Sheva where he has been ever since. Beer Sheva, the most southern Israeli big city, is growing by leaps and bounds, and has an active Anglo population. Returning Home 02SEP2021 - PODCAST
Meet Nick Robbins. He runs Returning Home, a ministry designed to help formerly incarcerated people return to their communities. Why does he do it? Because he's been there himself.
As the COVID-19 pandemic changes, lockdowns, and other restrictions ending, how does a Buddhist reintegrate back into a changing world? A world that has changed due to the causes and conditions of the pandemic is different from the one we left. Just like a Buddhist monk returning to a village after meditating in the forest for a long time, we must also be mindful of the changes that occurred to society - and us - while we were away. Our new book, "Returning Home", is a follow-up and companion to our original book, "The 14-Day Buddhist Daily Planner for the COVID-19 Pandemic". It is designed to help Buddhists with "reintegrating" back into a changed world and society that has been shaped by not only the pandemic, but our changed experiences and that of others. As we return to places, people, and experiences we may find them different than we left them, and that is where this new 7-day practice aligned with the Buddhist teachings comes in. In this podcast, I will go over some portions of the eBook. Get the FREE eBook + Extras: https://alanpeto.gumroad.com/l/BuddhistReturningHome You can also get our prior eBook here: https://alanpeto.gumroad.com/l/BuddhistPlannerCOVID Listen to Sanathavihari Bhikkhu's daily meditation sessions for Returning Home on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1x0eKScnoo --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alanpeto/message
Natalie opens by speaking about G-d and how she mistakenly doesn't mention his presence of our lives especially in Israel. Next Natalie speaks with Gabriel Kessler, Oleh from New York living in Tel Aviv. Gabriel came on Birthright when he was19, came back on an internship with MASA 4 months later, and stayed. Gabriel talks about his career climb, his entry into the high-tech industry in Israel, and the valuable skills that English speakers bring to today's Israeli high tech climate. Today Gabriel runs his own recruiting firm OppQuest. Returning Home 19AUG2021 - PODCAST
Tony Award Winner Stephanie J. Block is getting ready to take the stage for the first time since Broadway closed at the start of the covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Berkshire Theatre Group's Colonial Concert series will present her concert, appropriately entitled “Returning Home” this Saturday.
Natalie speaks about envisioning goals and working to actualize them, and how it is possible with determination and focused energy. Everyone has his own perspective on what is important - it can be being a lifeguard for one person, or being a doctor for someone else. First guest is Aleeza Bracha from Pardes Chana who's oldest 17-yr-old broke his arm and forced Aleeza to face the healthcare system head-on. Second guest is Akiva Gersh who made aliyah in 2004 and authored "Becoming Israeli" a collection of essays from 40 different olim. Akiva moved to Israel newly married and today lives with his wife and four children in Pardes Chana, a destination for N. American Olim. Returning Home 12AUG2021 - PODCAST
Natalie begins the show recounting a recent book she read about living life as a Jew in the US, in a gentile community and compares it to life in Israel; Natalie's guest is Gillia Posner who made aliyah at age 35 in 2006 from NYC and lives in Jerusalem. She met her husband 6 months after living in Israel and today, the couple has a beautiful family of 3 children. Gilia tells the story how she became a licensed real estate agent, and for the past several years has been running her own business "Dwellings in Jerusalem" a real estate agency helping people buy and sell properties all over Israel. https://www.janglo.net firstname.lastname@example.org Returning Home 05AUG2021 - PODCAST
Jake was born with cerebral palsy and as a result was often excluded from activities as a youth in the church. As a result of this exclusion, and a falling out with a friend, Jake became inactive during his later teen and young adult years. He is part of the LGBTQ+ community and identifies most closely as queer. While he was away from the Church, Jake had a close brush with suicide and felt the Spirit tell him to "come home." Jake contacted the missionaries who helped reignite his testimony and desire to come back to church. Shortly after coming back, Jake decided to serve a mission despite his physical limitations. While on his mission, Jake realized that there were things from his past that still needed to be cleared up, particularly related to homosexual immorality, and he opened up to his mission president. Jake was sent home, which he initially felt peace about, but upon returning home was treated in a way that led him into inactivity again. Jake is currently trying to find peace again with the Church, but in the meantime is also doing what he can to deepen his relationship with God and Jesus Christ. He shares with me his insightful perspective on church policies and discipline, as well as how being different in the Church can be extremely difficult. Jake is very open, raw, honest, and vulnerable in this interview and anyone would benefit from listening to his story. Jake's episode on Listen, Learn, and Love: https://soundcloud.com/user-818501778/episode-361-jake-berry-child-of-god-lds-cerebral-palsy-lgbtq
Natalie introduces the show by discussing the passage of time noticeable by the different blooming fruits on the trees; First guest Nechama Greenfield (Teaneck - Ashkelon) who has been here for 5 weeks and tells about her integration into Israeli life and setting up all the necessary things. *Apologies for the poor recording quality of the interview; Natalie speaks about the changing families from one generation to the next in Israel; last guest is Aleeza Bracha (Philadelphia - Pardes Chana) who describes the need to keep her children busy whereas in the past, in the US, they were always in camp all summer. Israel is different! Returning Home 29JULY2021 - PODCAST
Natalie kicks off the show speaking proudly about the various travels and activities her teenage children are doing independently. First guest is Lou Lassoff from Philadelphia who got his aliyah approval recently and booked his flight for Aug. 24th; Lou will be settling in Pardes Chana and plans to enroll in Hebrew Ulpan, and find a job doing "whatever it takes." He stressed the need to "be humble" when making this life change to the Holy Land. Next up we visit with Aleeza Bracha in Pardes Chana who is trying to get her children and all new olim to qualify as "special education" students for being non-Hebrew speakers. This will give them with more attention, tutors, and small classes. Good luck, Aleeza! Returning Home 22JULY2021 - PODCAST
“You've experienced it. Maybe it was after your first semester away at college. Maybe it was after a long trip or a year-long tour of duty. Maybe it's every time you return to your childhood home for the holidays.”Ryan explains how nature and life revolve around constant change.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: http://DailyStoic.com/signupFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook
Natalie starts off by describing the change in life during the Nine Days in her community; First guest is Real Estate agent Simmy Cohen who made aliyah from the Five Towns 11 years ago and lives in Mod'iin; Simi explained that buying a house is smarter than renting, even if the house and neighborhood don't work out after the first year or two. She explains that any property in Israel is "hot" because it is the one place all Jews want to live. To contact Simmy with questions find her on https://www.facebook.com/simmy.cohenaminov Next Natalie speaks with Kevin Klagge of Hollywood Florida, who will be moving to Israel in the next few weeks with his wife Leah and five children. Kevin spoke of living in a bubble in the US, and how he noticed it when in the courtroom, the jurors were questioning him about his kipah. He realized the only place to live with integrity as an observant Jew is in Israel. Returning Home 15JULY2021 - PODCAST
Natalie introduces the show by catching us up on her children's summer activities and remarking on their independence; first guest is Aleeza Bracha from Pardes Chana who tells about her own children's first summer in Israel and their focus on learning Hebrew. Next up is Chris Buchal, a 35-year old single man living in Portland Oregon, who found out he was Jewish 2 years ago and is making aliyah in August. Chris is a film maker and was exploring sound waves as part of a movie, when he discovered Judaism. Hear his story! Returning Home 08JULY2021 - PODCAST
Natalie opens the show by referring to the tragedies abroad, specifically the Miami building collapse, and reflecting on the small joys in her life in Israel; first guest is Aleeza Bracha from Pardes Chana who describes her son's first birthday in Israel, the party planning, and more. Next Lisa Rubin from Shiloh joins the show, and discusses her transformation from tourism-event-planner to matchmaker-event-planner for single Anglos in Israel. Lisa's next event is a screening of the film "Talking to G-d" with a Q & A afterwards. For more info contact lisa at email@example.com Returning Home 01JULY2021 - PODCAST
In this sermon, Pastor Miller covers Ruth 1:6-18 where Naomi choses to leave Moab and return home. Naomi has heard that God has visited His people and that stirs her to faith to begin the trip home. She urges her two daughters-in-law to return to their own families but ruth remains loyal to her.For more information, please visit www.OTBChurch.com
If you've ever driven down Route 100 through the town of Rochester, you've likely noticed the Rochester Café. Constructed in the 1880s, the building has been used over the years as a drug store, a bank, a dentist office, a barber shop, and even a funeral parlor. For the past 30 years, the building has been home to the Rochester Café. Last year, Rochester native Stephanie Lary returned to her hometown to be the general manager of the café. In this episode, Stephanie talks about coming home to run the same cafe that she worked at as a teenager and what she loves about Rochester. Learn more at www.happyvermont.com
Natalie opens the show by sharing her children's adventures and travels, which represents the safety and independence of teens in Israel. They can go anywhere on their own here. Natalie;s guest for the entire show is David Rubin, a NY teacher who moved to Israel in the 1990s in his mid-thirties, as a single man. David ended up in Shiloh, found his wife in his first year of living in Israel, and tells his story of surviving a terror attack years later with his 3-year-old son, and how that event changed his life. David today is the President of the Shiloh Israel Children's Fund and has authored several books, most recently "Confronting Radicals, What American Can Learn from Israel", and "Trump and the Jews" among others. www.davidrubinisrael.com Returning Home 24JUNE2021 - PODCAST
In this episode, Pascal tells me his story about returning home early due to a prolonged illness that started about a month after he arrived in the field. It was misdiagnosed as depression and homesickness, but turned out to be severe thyroid dysfunction. Pascal shares how he was ostracized by many in his ward back home in Germany and how that led to a period of inactivity because he felt like he didn't belong. When he moved to Utah for school, he felt like he was able to start over with the church and found fellowship and understanding. Pascal also shares his story of conversion to the church and how his testimony helped him to stay in the church even when it was hard. He also tells me about the miracles that happened during this trial and shares wisdom he's gained for anyone going through something similar.
Natalie opens by discussing the end-of-the-year pool parties happening in Susya for the regional schools, and the beauty of the national-religious lifestyle she notices in teen girls; first guest is Nechama Greenfield who has been in Israel for 6 days, in Ashkelon. Nechama shares her first few days, says renting an apartment via an agent was a mistake, and her best advice for all olim is "do one thing each day" and if things don't turn out perfectly, just "go with it." Natalie next speaks with Aleeza Bracha who has been in Israel for almost 4 months now...Aleeza shares the children's struggles with Hebrew and how she is speaking some Hebrew at home to encourage them; she then discusses her bureaucratic difficulties in transferring her driving license from American to Israeli. Returning Home 17JUNE2021 - PODCAST
Natalie opens by describing a surprise birthday party her friends gave her, and how even as an immigrant you can build a good life in Israel; she continues explaining the feeling of being an outsider, but knowing that Israel is our home and the "price" we pay, (being an immigrant forever), is worth it, and you must focus and build a life. Natalie's guest is Shira Ben Avraham, a musician and olah chadash from S. Africa, who converted to Judaism in her late 20s, moved to Israel soon afterwards, married and made aliyah all within her first year of living in Israel. Today Shira lives with her family in Pardes Chanah and has just released her first song...listen here: https://youtu.be/e30-1scVnMQ Returning Home 10JUNE2021 - PODCAST
Natalie starts off by bragging about her children and their strong attitude of Jewish Israeli pride; then Natalie speaks with Nechama Greenfield who is moving from Teaneck to Ashkelon in 6 days, and she described the fear among the Jews of America, explaining that if you wear a kippah or jewish symbol you are now a target; second guest Aleeza Brach in Pardes Chana agrees and discusses her adventure traveling to a women's retreat up north without any plans on how to get there or get home, also Aleeza tells us that the 5 women she works with have never met together but they will be meeting soon in Israel because they all have a reason to be here. Last guest, Louis Angler who made aliyah at 17 as a long soldier from Miami, tells us about his IDF service and how this is the place for all Jews, people are warm and welcoming and helpful when you are here alone. Kol haKavod. Returning Home 03JUNE2021 - PODCAST
Natalie begins by describing her end-of-the year Senior class trip with her son and how the school's values are fundamental and devoid of materialism; Natalie continues in the 1st segment discussing the recent war, and the Pro-Israel rallies around the world, and how weak the jews are outside of Israel how they are being advised to hide their Jewish symbols and are being urged to train in martial arts to defend themselves; first guest is Kevin Ross (Philadelphia - Efrat 2020), who describes his reason for moving to Israel and continuing the Jewish line here; next guest Aleeza Bracha (Phila- Pardes Chana 2021) who describes her summer plans and her reason to leave the US when she saw the antisemitism on the rise. Returning Home 27MAY2021 - PODCAST
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:04 - House Of Hamill "Rainy Day Set" from MARCH THROUGH STORMS 3:52 - WELCOME 4:27 - Celtic Rain "Road to Listonvarna" from Celtic Rain 7:25 - Melanie Gruben "Poor Life Choices" from A Faery Song 10:43 - The Máirtín de Cógáin Project "Jiggin' Around Cork" from From Cork with Love 14:40 - The King's Busketeers "Disappointment Island" from Disappointment Island 18:06 - FEEDBACK 19:43 - Eira "An Ribhinn Donn" from Eira 22:16 - Bedlam Bards "River's Jig" from On the Drift (Music Inspired by Firefly and Serenity) 24:27 - Dublin Abbey "Legion of Dreams" from Dublin Abbey 27:37 - Spoil the Dance "The Heron" from Returning Home 31:40 - THANKS 32:40 - Wakefire "Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya" from To a Distant Shore 38:38 - Beth Patterson "Take Some Fire" from Firebrand 43:21 - Scythian "Duffy's Cut" from Roots & Stones 46:55 - Wild Colonial Bhoys "James Connolly" from Century 51:33 - CLOSING 52:41 - Thomas Patrick Kenny "Raglan Road" from The Music of Turlough O'carolan and Other Irish Treasures The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. 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JT had never experienced depression before his mission. He recalls being bullied in the MTC by his companions for six weeks before finding relief in the field before the depression got worse. He stopped feeling his emotions, had bad insomnia, and eventually suicidal thinking. Upon returning home, he felt like such a failure. He was very confused about what had happened to his mental health as he began to experience panic attacks. He saw a therapist which was helpful and also eventually got involved with Mission Fortify and became and early-returned missionary coach which helped his healing process immensely. Although JT isn't overly fond of talking about his mission today, he wouldn't change anything because he feels like it's made him better.
Natalie opens by discussing the coming of Summer the end of the war; first guest Nechama Greenfield making Aliyah from Teaneck to Ashkelon in June; Nechama is more motivated then ever to come, despite the war and the rocket attacks on her Ashkelon; next Zezy Fuld and Natalie talk about the political atmosphere in the US and the growing antisemitism; Third up is Lou Lassoff from Philadelphia making aliyah in August to Pardes Channa and not deterred in the least despite some of his friends telling him to delay his aliyah. Returning Home 20MAY2021 -PODCAST
Natalie opens by discussing the war being waged on Israel and the displaced families staying temporarily in her yishuv; First guest Zezy Fuld who discusses his family's experience in the shelter, and the current US leadership; next, Natalie speaks with Joey Kelman from Har Nof, a medic with Rescuers Without Borders, serving in the southern communities reinforcing the local first responders and supporting the soldiers stationed along the Gaza border who are exhausted - they need helmets and vests - visit www.hatzalah.org.il; Aleeza Bracha from Pardes Chana tells of the way Israelis are flexible out of necessity, her upcoming first Shavuot in Israel. Returning Home 13MAY2021 - PODCAST
Let’s give a warm welcome to Katie Leasor, founder and lead teacher at Elements Yoga Therapeutics. Katie guides us through a very centering meditation, bringing us back to the core of who we are and guiding us home to a state of refreshing presence. Be sure to check out Katie at www.elementsyogatherapeutics.com and feel free to reach out at email@example.com for a free 20 min consultation. We hope you enjoy!
Natalie opens by recounting Lag B'omer and the terrible disaster at Meron that killed 45 Jews.....and how some comforting words helped with the loss. First guest, Nechama Greenfield, 61, making aliyah this June from Teaneck, NJ to Ashkelon with her husband! She is bringing their small dog, already has her 2 sons here, and is very excited. Next up Natalie meets Gal Stern, (St. Louis - Tel Aviv in 2010) at age 17 - alone; did 6 months of community service, joined the IDF, went to college, traveled the world, married her best friend, and is now living in Tel Aviv working as a software developer. Happy story! Final guest, David Brenner of PartnersInAliyah.org; David and Natalie have a frank discussion about current aliyah trends...is aliyah slowing down? Verdict: No...it is steady. Note "high-profile" people are simply not making big announcements about their aliyah. Returning Home 06MAY2021 - PODCAST
Wednesdays are always a hit featuring JC Shurburtt of The Big Spur. We cover #Gamecocks in the #NFLDraft, the upcoming drafts, recruiting and more. Plus, plenty of baseball talk. Talking Carolina with former pitcher Kip Bouknight and tonight's Citadel-Mississippi State game...Citadel graduate and former player Chris Lemonis takes his fourth ranked Mississippi State squad back to his alma mater to face his good friend and former Citadel teammate Tony Skole and the Bulldogs tonight.
Natalie opens the program describing a moving ceremony in her region of new medics; next she speaks with an ex-lone soldier Ikee Bodner, who moved to Israel with his family when he was 11, and when they returned to the US, he decided to stay and build his life here. He served in the Air Force as a technician, and upon release just 6 months ago, has started his own Coffee Company "Avdu" with unique flavors. Next Natalie speaks with Lou Lassoff of Philadelphia who plans to make Aliyah this summer; Lou first came to Israel in 1978 on a basketball trip at the age of 17, and knew then that Israel was home; Natalie's final guest is Aleeza Bracha in Pardes Chana who speaks of the bureaucratic processes in Israel, the many holidays one after the other, and her family adapting the Hebrew language. Returning Home 29APRIL2021 - PODCAST
Thomas Elson's short stories, poetry, and flash fiction have been published in numerous venues such as Calliope, The Cabinet of Heed, New Feathers, Pinyon, Lunaris, New Ulster, Lampeter, Selkie, and Adelaide. He divides his time between Northern California and Western Kansas. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time's mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time of isolation, we may have to be apart but let's create together. Follow Us: Instagram | Twitter Created by CurtCo Media Concept by Jenny Curtis Theme music by Chris Porter Edited by Darra Stone A CurtCo Media Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Natalie begins the show by expressing her excitement about the upcoming holiday Lag B'omer, and describes the activities of the children leading up to the fires. First guest, Ariella Tsirlin (Philadelphia-Ariel 2008); who met her future husband, also an oleh, while on a trip in Israel, and managed to maintain a long-distance relationship until making aliyah and marrying him; next Natalie visits with Aleeza Bracha new oleh from Phila - Pardes Chana who shares her recent frustration with Israel's lack of American-style customer service; last segment, Natalie meets with Zezy Fuld who talks about Israel's Football league where he is the quarterback for the Jerusalem Lions, their season, sports in Israel, and how living in Israel does not mean you have to leave everything you love behind. Returning Home 22APRIL2021 - PODCSAT
Danellia Arechiga is a birth and post-partum doula, and a vocal liberation guide. This gives her a deep understanding of the canals at both ends of the body. It also means she’s intimately familiar with how important it is to find freedom, whether you’re birthing a child or your voice. In this episode, Danellia shares how connecting to our own innate worthiness is the key to finding that freedom, and how communing with our ancestors can help us return home to ourselves. Listen now, and for show notes and access to the free mini-course, visit www.voicebodyconnection.com/podcast.
Today's show is all about recognizing our Veterans. Little did we know that most of our very own American Soldiers, after risking their lives, some of them, although not all, are coming home homeless, penniless, and worst, they feel forgotten. That is why we have here today, Miss Sandy Mc Nabb Bower (Founder and Volunteer Director of Vets Returning Home) to share how she got to the point of starting this organization that is helping our Veterans start their new life. Sandy will tell us the story of why she chose to start this organization, how and what her purpose is in helping our veterans in need. Our Veterans are asking for help, and they need us. They need you! They are not asking for a lot but, a little help is appreciated Suppose you are the person who has the heart for our veterans in need. Vets Returning Home's contact number is: Vets Returning Home Phone Number: 586-285-5606 You may also reach the founder herself through Phone Number: 586-216-8510 You could also send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org For more info on how you can sign up for their Sponsored Partnership Program, visit them at https://www.vetsreturninghome.org/spp Website: https://www.vetsreturninghome.org/ Topics covered: 1:30 - Introduction to Sandy Bower. Her reason and mission for starting this non-profit organization. 6:18: Let's see for ourselves. If you are in Michigan and would like to drop by and say hello, pay your respect to our heroic heroes. Sandy is inviting you to visit them at 17955 E Eleven Mile Rd, Roseville, MI 48066, United States. (Click the Address Link to load Google Map) 8:37 - How did this non-profit organization start? 13:01 - Amid this COVID crisis, how are they surviving? Sandy shares with us how. 23:27 - Sandy's tips for us, business owners, on how to survive the crisis. "For me, failure was not an option," - she says Key Takeaways "So I created this where if a business makes a commitment to the returning home, like a monthly commitment for because I'm really trying to build that residual, where no matter what happens with fundraising dinners and large gatherings and stuff, we need to survive no matter what. So the different thresholds are like there's a package for $25 a month, $50 a month, or $100 a month. And in exchange, because it's got to be a win-win. So, for the business that participates in our supporting partner program, I bought this plaque. So you get this plaque that says we're a proud supporter of Vets Returning Home with our logo. And then, they get a window cling, the same image, window cling's proud supporter, they get to put our logo on their website, and we put their logo on our website, we come out and do a live stream featuring their business, and encourage the community to help support their business while they're supporting our veterans." "The little train that could that's the biggest secret. The little train that could, and it's funny because when I share that, with so many of these younger ones that I mentor, they're like, Really? That's it?. I am dead serious. If you think you can, you can. If you tell yourself, oh, I don't think I can do that. Well then, guaranteed you will fail." Connect with Sandy Bower Facebook Connect with Vets Returning Home Facebook Instagram YouTube Website Connect with Keith Facebook Instagram YouTube LinkedIn Website Other Helpful links! Here's the KAJABI software I run my internet business on Click Here Get my new landscaping book here. Click Here If you liked the show, please leave us a well-written, positive 5-star review. You may click here. How I Charge for landscaping jobs Click Here Save up to 55% On Quickbooks
— “We never had to think about “how” to do anything. We just did it from our hearts, focused with intent and joy;” Valeria Teles interviews Charmian Redwood — the author of “Coming Home To Lemuria.” Charmian had a Near Death Experience 35 years ago during which she experienced Herself as Divine Essence. Her purpose now is to assist others to experience their own God Presence. Charmian has written 2 books both, from hypnosis. Coming Home To Lemuria discloses how we came from Light to lift the Earth into the 5th dimension of love and A New Earth Rising which looks into the future, after the Ascension when the Earth is healed and we have reclaimed our Divinity. What will it look like? How do we get there? This book tells us how to prepare ourselves and our loved ones to move smoothly into the new era of peace. We have the power as Divine Humans to co-create this shift on the Earth with ease. Mother Earth is birthing herself into her new form as are we, as humans, birthing ourselves into our Divinity. Charmian offers sessions of Authentic Self Hypnotherapy. She guides her clients to experience themselves as Soul, to ask what The Soul wishes to say to the personality self and to look at the cause of any issues which clients may be experiencing in their lives such as illness, relationships, employment. The Soul knows everything about us, past present and future. These sessions can be done by skype or phone. She also offers Akashic Soul Record readings bringing forward memories of when we have been powerful priests and priestesses in the great Temples of Light. Charmian taught in all of the Mystery Schools and in this lifetime is taking her former students through ancient activations and initiations. Reclaiming in just a few sessions what it took many years of training to accomplish in Ancient Lemuria, Greece, Egypt, Atlantis. We bring forward our wisdom and skills of the past for use in this time. To learn more about Charmian Redwood and her work please visit: https://www.cominghometolemuria.com/ — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
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