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Best Thejourney podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Thejourney podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Listen to Life Coach and Hospitality professional Sedrick Rice share some of his highlights and lowlights of the seekers' journey. By day a prayed up light giver and in the evening a nightlife maverick--how can this be possible? What he knows for sure is that everything that happens in Love brings joy and anything that happens in fear is here to call forth healing. Take a listen and see if Sedrick Is Your Friend.!?
 
It is said that the most important journey to be made in life is the journey from our mind back to our heart. And it is true. Most people are in touch with their heart to some degree and they come and go from there, depending on their surroundings, their mood, who they are with and even what they have eaten. But is it really possible - and practical - to be aware of our heart all of the time? And if so, how can we re-establish ourselves - our conscious awareness - back in the beautiful realm ...
 
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8 mins of excellent music for shaking the body. Relaxing the body and shaking it (vigorously) does many wonderful things for you. It releases negativity, it releases stress, and it releases any fear that is trapped as tension in your muscles. When these heavy energies are released, you are flooded with positive energy, joy and a sense of celebratio…
 
We each have been given a most precious and beautiful gift: our heart; a radiant, loving, giving and deeply caring entity in and of itself. The human heart is the most divine and magnificent creation in the entire universe, and you have one. Are you aware of it? Do you know what it needs? Is it active in your life? How much of your attention does i…
 
One of the harder episodes to record. I take a look at my 12 year tenure with the company I am currently leaving and the bittersweetness that I am experiencing. I examine how I push and pull and challenge myself to TRUST my inner source and leap. In a play on words, I liken my experience to that of the characters in the film. Now looking back, I co…
 
You may have long-ago given up your rightful place in the garden as lost, but nothing is lost. You are awaited there, just as your heart awaits your attention in this and every moment. All you have to do is abandon the false ideas of who you are, and remember the true you, the innocent you which dwells there, as it always has. You are being called …
 
This episode, I talk about being stopped in my tracks while listening to Oprah Winfrey. In an interview, she stated that she came to believe that one's life is a reflection of the things one values. This statement landed so beautifully in my spirit and had me to a hard look at my life and lifestyle inside and out. Clarity arose about some things th…
 
I talk about the importance of this platform in my life as a seeker and spirit being. I share my intention: that someone who is also on a spiritual journey will find comfort, solace and likeness to others who are seekers--we are all one seeking love. I share my desire to connect with many people and show that living life on this earth has its ups a…
 
We will feel in our body the consequences of whatever we give our attention to. Most people give their attention to all of their thoughts, and the result is that they feel divided, anxious, agitated, stressed or afraid. If we learn how to bring our attention out of thought, and back to a sense of calm and balance in our body, these disharmonious fe…
 
Mary Iles with her great granddaughter, Emma Iles. A word from Curt Enjoy! Be Grateful! LISTEN TO Audio Podcast of this story My Mother is Named Mary Jesus and His Mother Mary: It’s a reminder that even when your child is perfect(ly obedient) you may not understand him or her. I’ve been thinking a lot about Mary this week. I love learning more abou…
 
A word from Curt: I’ve been on the road to North Carolina for the past week. Traveling I-10 west, I passed the exit for Toombuba, Mississippi. The following story, “Watch out for the Fish” took place there about ten years ago. Enjoy this reader favorite. Listen to a live re-telling of this story. Watch out for the Fish It’s real popular to put a Ch…
 
My brother-in-law Gordy Glaser’s favorite Creekbank story is “The Evening Holler.” This is the first story from my first book, Stories from the Creekbank. Seventeen years later, it is still my most requested story. “Crooked Bayou” my favorite Bill Iles painting Enjoy an audio file of The Evening Holler read by the author. The Evening Holler I sit i…
 
Click on audio player to hear podcast on “Discouragement or Depression” http://www.creekbank.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/20131120-163702.m4a This is an excerpt from the Curt Iles’ book, The Mockingbird’s Song. You can order copies as well as download the e-book at http://www.creekbank.net My fifth book, The Mockingbird’s Song, begins with a enco…
 
This is the “referee method” of three. Three is “tatu” in Swahili. I’ve always loved the song, “Stage Fright” by The Band. Enjoy a You Tube Video of The Band’s last performance of “Stage Fright” at “The Last Waltz” concert. Counting to 10 in Swahili. “Mbili” is two. “Tatu” is three. It’s a song written by band member Robbie Robertson about his stru…
 
Folks back home always called it the “Easter Cold Snap.” Church was cool this morning. About 63 degrees F. Listen to short clip from Tigoni Baptist Church Kenya Easter 2013 (Above) Don’t miss Dada Stella’s famous Shrill Swahili Spiritual Squeal. It’s one of my favorite parts of African worship! The clip below is an acapella Easter song from the Tig…
 
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