Join us Nov 7/19 as we talk to internationally recognized resilience expert, Professor Yossi Sheffi. We’ll talk to Prof. Sheffi about his book ‘The Power of Resilience’. Enjoy!
The Power of Transformation – Pathway to Enlightenment with Brigitte Boyea and St. Germain is a unique radio show series supervised, guided and directed by St. Germain, Master of Transformation, and channeled by Brigitte Boyea.
Many current world issues will be addressed. Other divine Masters and Angels as representatives of the Seven Sacred Rays will also be introduced throughout this series to offer their wisdom to the audience.
In this seventh episode of their radio show Brigitte and St. Germain will focus on the Power of the Christ Consciousness on the Journey of Transformation at a time where it is so needed to ease the wounds of humanity.
The Christ Consciousness is often depicted as a threefold flame; the flame of love, wisdom and power.
Having experienced representatives and activations of these three rays in previous episodes, St. Germain will now use the transforming powers of the violet flame to bring all of these aspects into one great whole within you. This will further awaken the âChristed Selfâ inside of your heart to be expressed out into a world that is in such need of love and support during these times of great change.
To complete this process you will be guided on a journey into the heart of the Cosmic Christ to receive an activation that will unify those three rays within you into the ray of universal love and oneness consciousness.
Much has been written about St. Germain, some of it true and some of it a human interpretation to conceptualize the unexplainable. Â His intent for creating this radio show series is not only to assist you in the transformation of your own personal life, but also in the transformation of planet Earth through you as a channel and instrument of the Divine Hierarchy Of Light.
His main message is always one of love and empowerment to give you the courage to delve deep into your own inner Self to uncover the beauty of your true divine essence and radiance.
The Power of Transformation – Pathway to Enlightenment with Brigitte Boyea and St. Germain is broadcast live every Wednesday at 8 pm Eastern Time and 5 pm Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel. Archives of this radio show series are available, too. Please go to www.voiceamerica.com under the 7th Wave Channel option and look us up for more information.
You can also visit Brigitte Boyeaâs website at www.lightbridge101.com for more information on her and her services.
Mike Snyder will also add his beautiful channeled music to this radio show again to assist in the downloading and integration of the threefold flame of the Christ Consciousness that is being offered to everyone. For more information on his healing services, recorded music and events offered in the past, please visit his website at www.mikesnydercc.com.
The inspired picture of St. Germain on the VoiceAmerica host page was created by Eva Sullivan. For more information on her and her artwork, please visit her website at www.stardolphin.com.
The Legendary Leaders Radio Show is honored today to bring you a fascinating conversation with the well-known futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard. We will hear about Barbara Marx Hubbard’s life, her work and explore ideas from two of her books, âEmergence: The Shift From Ego to Essenceâ and âConscious Evolution: Awakening the Power of our Social Potential.â In this discussion you’ll learn ways to accelerate your own personal growth and evolution by awakening your higher conscious mind and deepening your relationship with your Higher Self. You’ll also discover greater peace and strength today, as you understand the bigger, evolutionary picture of what is going on naturally in our world today and be inspired to find your place in the larger scheme of things with your individual passion and higher calling. Go to http://www.7thwavechannel.com and hear ‘Legendary Leaders: Answering the Higher Calling‘ this Tuesday at 1:00 pm PST, 4:00 pm EST.
The Investigation Room â Blog
VoiceAmerica Variety Channel,Â 3/6/15, Goodnight Marilyn: Women, Power, Hollywood, and Marilyn Monroe
The investigation Room is designed to expel fact from fiction, and probably theory from outlandish rumor. Each week if and when one of the guest shares something of use to the investigation, we will share our finding with you.
FACT â Objective and multiple sources confirm and/or there is tangible evidence to back it up.
PROBABLE THEORY â Subjective however most people can understand the line of reasoning.
OUTLANDISH RUMOR – Subjective and is a personâs point of view that no one can substantiate or see as plausible.
THEORY/FACT â We are still working to determine this. __________________________________________________________________________
This weekâs guest experts included Marijane Gray, and Leslie Kasperowicz from immortalmarilyn.com.
Marijane Gray is a contributor on www.immortalmarilyn.com.
Marilyn is multi-faceted, every fan who loves her sees a different side of her he/she can identify with
â¢ THEORY: Self-worth is all in how you look and your appearance â Marilyn experienced that as well.
â¢ FACT: Marilynâs candor was remarkable. She was very open about her fears and insecurities. To be as open as she was about herself in that time and era, it was unheard of and, made her that much more relatable.
â¢ FACT: Misquote: âTo all of the girls who think you are fat because you are not a size zero, youâre the beautiful one. Itâs society that is uglyâ
o Marilyn averaged 120 pounds and wore size 2-4; her clothes were put on modified child mannequins. The term was coined 4 years after her death, a size zero was non-existent during her lifetime.
â¢ THEORY/FACT: Marilyn did not sleep her way to the top. She prided herself on never have being a kept woman. She was propositioned by the head by Columbia Studios, but declined it and was very famously dropped.
o âIâve always worked hard for the sake of someday becoming a talented actress. I knew I would make it if only I kept at it and worked hard without lowering principles and pride of myselfâ â Marilyn in 1962
â¢ FACT: She actively took acting, dancing and elocution classes â displayed so much drive and ambition.
â¢ FACT: Marilyn would have absolutely been a humanitarian if she had the chance to live longer. She did charity events for St. Judeâs, Toys for Tots and Muscular Dystrophy â devoted her time to help the underdog.
Marijane describes Marilyn as hopeful
Leslie Kasperowicz is a contributor at www.immortalmarilyn.com
â¢ FACT: Who she was on screen was not who she actually was in real life, people often mistake her for the image she plays: the dumb blonde.
â¢ THEORY: Marilynâs power came from being ahead of her time â being willing to be who she was no matter what anyone else thought. She was part of the beginning of the end of Hollywood Studio System which put actors in contracts where they were stuck with a studio.
â¢ FACT AND THEORY: Marilyn fought studios repeatedly to get the respect she deserved. She was underpaid, but what she really wanted was artistic freedom â choose her script, the kind of roles she took and how she appeared on the screen. She didnât understand her power at the time, it took a lot of strength and courage to speak up about that.
â¢ FACT: Marilyn was one of the first women to start her own production company â with partner Milton Green. 20th Century Fox suspended her immediately after she announced her company.
â¢ THEORY– Did she renegotiate with Fox?
â¢ FACT: She was still in negotiations at the time of her death, she very much wanted to go back to work. Marilyn had met with executives but, nothing was finalized at the time of her death.
â¢ PROBABLE THEORY: There were rumors, but the only evidence was from her lawyer, who stated he had a new contract ready to sign but she passed away before then.
â¢ PROBABLE THEORY: Fox was stringent and demanding in terms of the conditions — wanted her to publicly say she had a mental illness, fire her acting coach and representatives, etc.
â¢ FACT: Huge misconception about Marilynâs talent: She was always working on herself, constantly developing her craft. Worked with well-known foremost acting coaches of her era, who really believed at her â one even compared her to Marlon Brando.
â¢ FACT: Controversial — Ella Fitzgerald: Marilyn never stepped on anyone to get to where she was, she lifted people up at every turn and was very supportive of women in Hollywood
â¢ One word to describe Marilyn = Courageous
Share your comments about power, force and foolishness in YOUR life. On our InsideOut Forum Discussion Call this morning, we explored this topic and how most of us have engaged in a preponderance of foolishness and very little real power, as defined by Beth Green. She teaches us that following the guidance of higher consciousness is the only real power. Do you agree? Do you see how much our world is dominated by the force of the ego instead? We’d love to hear your experiences on this topic.