(1) John J. Higgins & Barb Adams – Dealing with Crazy
From the top down, no matter where you go and whatever situation you may be in, there are a growing number of “unreasonable” people that must be dealt with in life, including those with bona fide personality disorders. And dealing with them can make you feel really bad about yourself.
Even if a difficult person doesn’t have a full-blown personality disorder, they may have enough traits to unravel even the most reasonable among us. So how do you identify “unreasonable” people? For starters:
- People with whom you can’t have a reasonable conversation. Somehow they always twist your words or confuse you and then tell you you’re the one who doesn’t know how to communicate or are to blame. (Crazymaking)
- People who “gaslight” you.
- People who constantly disrespect boundaries and seem to enjoy crashing them.
- People who bully and blame.
- People who make demeaning comments disguised as jokes or worse yet, snipe you.
- Energy vampires, steamrollers, master manipulators, the list goes on…
JOIN Barb and John as they discuss Dealing with Crazy.
(2) Stephen Gray
Joining the show during the second hour is teacher and writer Stephen Gray. Stephen will be discussing Cannabis and Spirituality: An Explorer’s Guide to an Ancient Plant Spirit Ally, which he edited.
Bestselling author Dr. Julie Holland and 17 voices for Cannabis describe how “the people’s plant” enhances spiritual practices.
According to the authors, Cannabis is truly a medicine for body and soul, with its remarkable potential for spiritual healing and awakening.
Stephen will discuss the spiritual benefits of Cannabis and offer guidance on how to interact with the intelligence of this plant ally, a companion and supporter of humanity for millenia. He’ll talk about dosage, strains, and methods of intake; how to conduct group ceremonies; and cautions and counterindications for its use.
Revealing the potential of “the people’s plant” to enhance a wide range of spiritual practices including meditation, yoga, chanting, visualization, shamanism, spirit work, and explorations with other entheogens, Stephen will talk about how Cannabis is an effective ally on the awakening journey.
Stephen Gray is a teacher and writer on spiritual subjects and sacramental medicines. He has worked extensively with Tibetan Buddhism, the Native American Church, and with entheogenic medicines. The author of Returning to Sacred World: A Spiritual Toolkit for the Emerging Reality, Stephen is also a conference and workshop organizer, leader, and speaker as well as a part-time photographer and music composer under the artist name Keary.
For more information, visit http://cannabisandspirituality.com.
(3) Christine Miskinis
Women’s empowerment coach and Founder of Rock It Out Woman Christine Miskinis joins the show to discuss Rock Your Voice, an event co-hosted by #1 New York Times bestselling author Marianne Williamson promoting community for women entrepreneurs to use their VOICE as a catalyst for social change.
A number of years ago, the Dalai Lama made a statement that Western women will save the world. While some pondered what the statement might mean, a growing number of women have taken up the challenge to perpetuate the values of partnership, equality, justice, inclusiveness, and caring and sharing. One such woman is Christine Miskinis, Founder of Rock It Out Woman and Rock Your Voice.
Christine will discuss how you can find your VOICE, how to step away from fear and step into action, the changing role of women, the true importance of collaboration and synergy, how to live an authentic life, how to give back to community, the importance of synergy instead of self-comparison, and ways to support others in need without giving them a handout.
Christine Miskinis is a women’s empowerment coach and Founder of Rock It Out Woman and Rock Your Voice. She’s appeared multiple times on Dr. Oz and hosts her own weekly radio show on Spreaker.com called Rock It Out Radio.
For more information, visit http://rockitoutwoman.com.
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