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Understanding Spiritual Law with Grandmother Sasa
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on May 14, 2019
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As our world is rapidly changing, acknowledging Spiritual Law is of utmost importance. We can no longer afford to attempt to deny, demand or neglect our responsibilities as Human Beings, as we are meant to care for our Selves, one another, and our Planet. Grandmother Sasa and I talk about about…

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Education in Malawi - One Woman's Journey to Help Others with Ponelo Kalonga
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on May 7, 2019
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Ponelo Kalonga has lived in poverty. She knows it firsthand. Now thirty years old, Ponelo is committed to reforming education for girls in central and southern Malawi. Ponelo's initiative, Save the Village Youth Foundation, is devoted to help young girls remain in school. Childhood marriages,…

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One Man's Journey to Find Human Kindness with Leon Logothetis
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on March 26, 2019
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Is it possible to travel across the globe relying on the kindness of others for your food, shelter and a full tank of gas? The answer is yes, as Leon Logothetis has discovered. Leon will share his experiences of the search for Human Kindness.

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1:30 -…

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Healing Generational Pain with Grandmother Arapata Aiono
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on March 19, 2019
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Grandmother Arapata's  journey began as the daughter of two, expanding to becoming the sister of ten, mother of six, and currently the grandmother of seventeen soon to be eighteen amazing grandchildren. 

Born and raised in Aotearoa (New Zealand) and the USA. Grandmother Arapata holds the…

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The Unseen War in Kashmir with Hafsa Kanjwal
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on March 12, 2019
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Hafsa Kanjwal, an Assistant Professor of South Asian history at Lafayette College, has seen first-hand the devastation of war. Little is known about the ongoing conflict in Kashmir - militarization, human rights abuses, and violence by the Indian government and army against the people of Kashmir…

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Beyond the Tipping Point: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Men, Women and Children
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on February 26, 2019
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The number of missing and murdered Native American men, women, and children is staggering. Government, law enforcement, and individual companies have done little to end this tragedy. Grandmother Mary Lyons, an Ojibwe Elder, will help shed light on the history of this recurring American tragedy and…

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Bully-Free Schools with Julie McDaniel-Muldoon
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on February 19, 2019
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With more trauma, anger and intimidation seen globally, our children are the most vulnerable of all populations. Well-Being Consultant, Julie McDaniel-Muldoon of Oakland Schools (Michigan) will offer her wisdom and insights regarding making our schools bully free. Through restorative practices, we…

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Opening to New Possibilities
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on February 12, 2019
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Life is about change, yet change is the one thing we often resist. When we learn how to begin to view change as growth and positive movement. Today we will look at some of the ways that we can begin to move with the Rhythms of Life.

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1:45 - Thinking vs.…

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Gendercide Awareness Project with Beverly Hill
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on January 8, 2019
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126 MILLION women & girls are "missing" (dead) from the world population due to severe discrimination and lack of basic human rights -- in other words due to social, man-made causes. That figure comes from the UN Population Fund. That's more deaths than World War I and World War II combined. It's…

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Santa of Enchantment - The Love We All Need
Posted in: Going Beyond Medicine on November 27, 2018
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Most of the Santa Claus experience falls into the routine of Ho Ho Ho, would you like to sit on Santa's lap? What would you like for christmas? Can you give Santa a big hug? This is all a special time and relationship with children and I would not diminish it or minimize it. Once in a while a child…

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