Who or what is your god? I talk about the different definitions of god, the evolution of my belief system and how I personally feel god is a part of all of us. I do not impose my beliefs on others, and this episode is not meant to answer any questions.
In this episode I discuss all the wonderful presentations I attended at the Yosemite Peace Symposium – practical ways we can take action to better our part of the world. I then lead listeners through a visualization/affirmation to heal the hatred, violence, and injustice that is prevalent in the United States at this time.
In this episode I read a short story I wrote a couple of years ago called “Fire Came Out” about a scary memory from when I was three years old.
But tragedy struck when she lost her son and her entire life savings within the same year. Being as resilient as she is, Belinda sought a new life in an ancient Hawaiian healing practice called Huna.
One of the paths to living a peaceful life is the ability to mindfully control your own thoughts…and work to manage and eliminate those which are non-productive or harmful.
A conversation with Sergeant Khyhisha Zebley, a law enforcement professional with twenty years of service in a large urban police force. We speak about her experience on the force, and how police departments all over the country are changing to address the problem of undue aggression.
Information about Sgt. Zebley’s new podcast can be found at CourageBeyondtheBadge.com