"Insight Out--the Naked Truth" "Not Necessarily"--Phrase of the week
Tuesdays 7 PM, Sundays 8 AM
Is the human race guaranteed a future? Not necessarily.
Is physical death the end of you? Not necessarily.
Are the things we believe we need really needs?
Necessary, needs, necessarily, necessity--we're getting down to basics tonight. Well......not necessarily
"You sure?" You might ask.
Tuesdays 7 PM, Sundays 8 AM (PDT)
Guess what is tonight's featured phrase of the week? "Ya Think?"
You got it!
The amount of time we spend thinking--ceaseless almost--just think about it?
Since so much of our lives is spent in the thought domain, and our thoughts, to a great extent, determine our reality, we thought we'd have a conversation about thinking tonight on our program at 7 PM PDT
What is thinking? How to think better? What's in a thought? Being "thought-full." "Thought Adjuster"
As you should, because "I Beg Your Pardon" is our featured phrase of the week. I dipped into our archives, found this program hiding behind, "Let's Face It" and "Ya Think," edited it, and now it's ready for public consumption.
Was the pardon forthcoming?
"Imagine That" is our featured phrase of the week. This is a program that we did in May of 2015, but it's been edited it so you can hear the juiciest, fumiest and most insightful parts of that show.
We focus on "Imagination," what it's capable of and how to focus it to make life more livable and enjoyable.
As you know by now, each Tuesday Rochelle and I do our program "Insight Out--the Naked Truth"-- 7 PM (PDT)
Joining our regular sponsor, GO RAW, tonight's co-sponsor of "Insight Out--the Naked Truth will be "Expectations." You can join us at 7 PM (PDT)
Since expectations determine a great deal of our life experiences, we thought they deserve special treatment. Whad'ya expect.
Dear Fellow Human,
In the next hour, we will be joined by Jennifer Elizabeth Masters, author of Orgasm For Life! Jennifer is an inspirational speaker, an author of multiple books, a Certified Life Coach, a hypnotherapist, and an ordained minister. We will be exploring sexuality of our own bodies, how comfortable we are with knowing self-pleasure, and finding out how we can learn to be more comfortable. What is the harm if we do not learn it? What are the benefits if we choose to learn about individual sensuality and sexuality?