Archive for October 2016
How relevant is the Statue of Liberty in this election?
Women have long been oppressed in our society yet the Statue of Liberty makes that look quite different. When great inspiration is needed, art and statuary depicting strong women seems to be an ongoing historic theme.
Unfortunately, the rise of women in power hasn't been received very well. Indigenous tribes held women in great esteem, considering them their wise leaders.
The creation of the Statue of Liberty is a complex story and the book "The Secret Life of Lady Liberty: Goddess in the New World" examines it in great detail. It also has a wonderful narrative of the history of feminine power from Native Americans to our current culture.
It's a very absorbing book and the authors, Linda Cortner and Robert Hieronimus are dedicated to supporting women's empowerment.
Tune in to this valuable interview to understand their mission and to see why it's so difficult for women to be acknowledged as powerful leaders.
Ancient women were the wise leaders.
In the northern latitudes thousands of years ago, ancient tribes had to deal with changing climates and harsh conditions. Their instincts were put to the test and their women were most able to use deep shamanic practices to find answers and advise their tribes.
Christianity outlawed them but their records and practices outlived that. Native American tribes always regarded their women as the wise ones and they were consulted before important decisions were made.
It's helpful to understand the history of female leadership and counsel with the prospect of a female president of our country.
How safe and health giving is your water? - Energy Stew interview with Gardy Bandfield
Water is a big problem for most of the planet. Almost all of it is undrinkable. Scarcity and pollution are grave threats.
Municipal water is loaded with unwanted chemicals and not all bottled water is reliable. Filtration can help but it has its own drawbacks. What can we do?
There is an answer both for our individual use and to make large bodies of water safe and healthy for drinking and the environment.
Auro is an extract of minerals from vermiculite in liquid form with a mineral salt content close to twenty percent. When you add small amounts of this to your water, it purifies it and has an oxidation function. Larger amounts can be used for large bodies of water.
I've been using this for many years and it's easy to travel with. When it purifies tap or bottled water, in a number of hours, you can see the contaminants in an orange mixture at the bottom of the container. It also mineralizes the water and the way it cleans the water it also cleanses your body.
Tune into this interview with Gardy Bandfield, the owner of Auro Solutions, to find out about how this water works.
We'll also talk about some of the other amazing waters that are now available. Double Helix and APeX are 2 of them. It's important to raise your water awareness at this time of water troubles.
Are you fulfilling your destiny?
Our lives might not be turning out the way we expected but we're certainly still being ourselves. We can't help but be us.
Maybe we can do a better job at being ourselves and perhaps influence the outcome that way. So, how do we become better?
I think it's all about a deeper self-knowing. Not everyone is into self-analysis and they just keep plugging on.
It turns out there are detailed, and quite easy to follow, maps of our unique personalities. I've used Human Design to learn my mechanics and have delved into astrology and numerology. They're all of great value.
In this show, I'm interviewing Alexander Dunlop, a master of the 52 card deck which he calls "The Book of Life". I'm a great admirer of this system and have learned to work with it through Alexander's help.
We'll be talking about the nature of all these tools as an amazing phenomenon that allows us to understand the character that we've come into this life to play out.
Tune in to find out why and how you are living our your destiny.