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Louise J Moriarty from Miracles and Wonder Down Under is on a walkabout around Colorado. Ann J White had a chance to catch up with her and talk about her travels, her circus tribe, and her life as a slammin' poet.
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Join host Ann J White as she chats with singer, songwriter, survivor and more - Dorothy LeBlanc - sharing her music to inspire and uplift.
Dorothy says: "I'm passionate about leaving a positive footprint on the world. I learned that from the woman who defined positivity, my mom. You know, it never ceases to amaze me how intricately the music of the 1940's and the lifestyle and attitudes of the time reflect an attitude of togetherness and survival. In the midst of such a challenging, often painful time, the music would, for the most part, lift you up! WWii broke out, my dad and so many Americans went off to war, leaving loved ones behind...yet songs like "Accentuate the Positive" reigned supreme! Music therapy for the country as a whole, at its finest!
I want to write songs of that ilk, and share them with the world. Songs that make you feel empowered and understood, songs that challenge you and make you want to be the best version of you. Songs that heal."
Dorothy also does music therapy with Alzheimer's patients. She often performs the songs of the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s to groups of senior citizens in the community. She began my career as a children's musician, and still performs at some early learning centers and at festivals in our area of Louisiana.
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Uma Girish, Hay House author of Losing Amma, Finding Home, CCN Radio Host of The Grammar of Grief, Grief Guide and Coach shares her memories and thoughts about the Hindu Festival Diwali, The Festival of Lights.
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Producers from the Oprah Winfrey Network called Frank Thomas ...and guess what? He answered!
"On Sunday, September 28, 2014 on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) I will be asking one of the youngest rising thought leaders of our generation, and man of faith, DeVon Franklin, a question that has been on my heart for over 23 years on the all-new series Help Desk on OWN. His answer is the inspiration and reason that I wrote the forthcoming book "RISE: Even Death Can't Stop Me - The Frank Thomas Story"
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"Publishing my book is on my bucket list," said Shirley Kiefer. a West Hartford, Connecticut friend, we thought we would help and ... here is her new book launched after her 80th birthday. http://www.amazon.com/Shirley-Kiefer/e/B00NO82350 Published by the Creating Calm Network Publishing Group. http://www.creatingcalmnetworkpublishinggroup.com
West Hartford, Connecticut resident, Shirley Kiefer brings feminist insight to ancient mythology. "It is especially important today with the global rise in violence towards women," says Kiefer, a long time educator, passionate about relationships and learning from literature.
Her books include: Love Among the Gods: Myths of Relationship by Shirley Kiefer (2014) published by the Creating Calm Network Publishing Group.
Pam Kachelmeier shares an exciting healing modality with her clients - equine assisted coaching. I visited with Pam at her ranch and she explained why horses are great coaches for intuiting the needs of a person and helping them to release blockages and step into their authenticity. Enjoy this video of Pam explaining how equine assisted coaching opens the way for healing.
WATCH HERE -- Sunday - June 22, 2014 at 11 am ET or post program on demand
The Creating Calm Network is proud to shine its light on the amazing, magical and talented Stacey Weingarten.
Stacey has many wonderful projects but today we are going to chat about her production of Rescue Rue.
Inspired by a true story, Rescue Rue is a musical fairytale with puppets that tells one dog’s journey from shelter to adoption, finding her Furever home in NYC.
Rescue Rue features Book & Lyrics by Stacey Weingarten,
Music & Lyrics by Kate Steinberg and Joshua Zecher-Ross.
About Stacey Weingarten: Stacey graduated from Fordham University with a double major in Theatre Directing and Communications at the same time as she made her Off-Broadway debut as “Bubbles” in John Tartaglia’s ImaginOcean. She is the Executive Producer of Chinese Mother Jewish Daughter LLC. Her first libretto, Les Enfants de Paris, with music and lyrics by David Levinson and direction by Donna Drake, premiered at NYMF in 2011 (also produced by Chinese Mother LLC).
Stacey is the Lead Writer/Co-Producer/Puppet Designer of Monica’s Mixing Bowl, a cooking-themed webseries for children and families.
In term of puppetry, Stacey is an experienced puppet wrangler (including work on Sesame Street), puppet/prop builder (including work at The Puppet Kitchen), and puppeteer. Of late she can be found working at Avenue Q Off-Broadway where I’m the Puppet Wrangler/Wardrobe Head, and teaching Puppetry at Pace University.
Watch here on Thursday, 6/19/14 at 3 pm. ET or post show on demand.
The Creating Calm Network is proud to shine its light on 9 year old Daniel Bissonnette who spoke at the Vancouver rally Against Monsanto and asked: WHY?
It is time for us to follow the lead of this young man and begin to ask "why?" and demand answers - changes - so we can BE the change we want to see in this planet now and for future generations.
“Music is music. It goes above and beyond the limitations of gender, race, religion or culture,” Matisyahu, Jewish reggae star
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