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Creating Calm Network is a gathering of innovative hosts committed to making the world a better place.

Latest Episodes

DREAM Time with Carole J. Toms, ND

Would you like to understand the meanings of your dreams? What your dreams mean will be explained during these broadcasts.Today I chat with Elisabeth Puruto who was a small child in Germany during WW11 and immigrated to Australia when she was 30. She has an Honours degree in Modern Languages Mass Media and Communication and a PhD in German Linguistics. Elisabeth is a registered nurse and spent 7 years as a missionary in Bali, Bangkok, South Africa and in Bangladesh. She speaks of her recurring dreams of nearly missing the train, of flying and of funny animals, and we discuss her cliff hanger dream. Elisabeth has written a book called ‘Over the Mountains – Not Over the Hill’.If you have dreams you would like me to help you understand, please connect with me at: info@thedreamspecialist.com and I'll share them (with your agreement) on an upcoming program.You can visit me at www.thedreamspecialist.comFor the best information on interpreting your dreams buy my book ‘How To Interpret ...

61 MIN2014 MAY 20
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DREAM Time with Carole J. Toms, ND

Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

I'm so excited to interview Linda Gray Sexton, daughter of Pulitizer prize winner and poetess, Anne Sexton. We'll be discussing most recently, Linda'smemoir, Half in Love and Searching for Mercy Street.More specifically, we'll look at the process of getting in touch with the memories of her mother, and the process of giving voice to Linda Gray's own story as well as some of the writing techniques Linda Gray used to deepen the emotional experience on such a difficult and sensitive subject.Here's a bit more about Linda Gray Sexton's work:Sexton's most recent memoir,Half in Love: Surviving the Legacy of Suicide,is about her struggle with her own mental illness and the legacy of suicide left to her by her mother and her mother’s family. Through the help of family, therapy and medicine, Linda confronted deep-seated issues, outlived her mother and curbed the haunting cycle of suicide she once seemed destined to inherit.

61 MIN2014 APR 29
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Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Super stoked to interview a prolific and inspiring writer C. Hope Clark who I've admired for years. During our time together, I'll be interviewing her aboutThe Carolina Slade Mystery Series and most recently,Palmetto Poison, the third book to the series, which was just released inFebruary 2014Here's a bit about C. Hope Clark. I hope you can join us for what will be an informative and interesting interview.C. Hope Clark was born and reared in the South, from Mississippi to South Carolina with a few stints in Alabama and Georgia. The granddaughter of a Mississippi cotton farmer, Hope holds a B.S. in Agriculture with honors from Clemson University and 25 years’ experience with the U. S. Department of Agriculture to include awards for her management, all of which enable her to talk the talk of Carolina Slade, the protagonist in most of her novels. Her love of writing, however, carried her up the ranks to the ability to retire young, and she left USDA to pen her stories and freelance.Ho...

53 MIN2014 APR 24
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Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Dream Time with Carole J. Toms, N.D.

Would you like to understand the meanings of your dreams? What your dreams mean will be explained during these broadcasts.Today I chat with Amanda Cahill about childhood dreams, dreams of the future, dreaming of past loved ones and a dream of losing her groceries (food). We discuss clairvoyance and how you can tell if the person is a true reader or not. Amanda teaches Suaroopa Yoga and speaks about how it has changed her life.If you have dreams you would like me to help you understand, please connect with me at: info@thedreamspecialist.com and I'll share them (with your agreement) on an upcoming program.You can visit me at www.thedreamspecialist.comFor the best information on interpreting your dreams buy my book ‘How To Interpret Your Dreams: Knowing Your Dream Meanings’ available on my website, and do your own dream analysis.‘You are FAR GREATER than you imagine. Be INSPIRED toEVOLVEand CONNECT to YOUR GREATNESS!’

66 MIN2014 APR 24
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Dream Time with Carole J. Toms, N.D.

Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Are you writing a memoir and trying to build a platform at the same time? Tune into this episode of "Giving Voice to Your Story" where I'll be sharing some strategies on how to blog your memoir.There are so many memoirs being written right now, but very few aspiring memoir writers are discovering the power in blogging about their memoirs.Did you realize that you have the power to reach so many people just by one short blog post relating to your memoir?There are numerous benefits toblogging, by popular author and blogging expertNina Amir, who discussed everything there is to know about blogging on a previous radio show.This episode will be different in that we'll be focusing on blogging techniques specific to the genre of memoir writing. I'll also be sharing with you some examples based on my own memoir in progress, Silence:What Serving in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me About Power, Courage and Faith

23 MIN2014 APR 10
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Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson
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Latest Episodes

DREAM Time with Carole J. Toms, ND

Would you like to understand the meanings of your dreams? What your dreams mean will be explained during these broadcasts.Today I chat with Elisabeth Puruto who was a small child in Germany during WW11 and immigrated to Australia when she was 30. She has an Honours degree in Modern Languages Mass Media and Communication and a PhD in German Linguistics. Elisabeth is a registered nurse and spent 7 years as a missionary in Bali, Bangkok, South Africa and in Bangladesh. She speaks of her recurring dreams of nearly missing the train, of flying and of funny animals, and we discuss her cliff hanger dream. Elisabeth has written a book called ‘Over the Mountains – Not Over the Hill’.If you have dreams you would like me to help you understand, please connect with me at: info@thedreamspecialist.com and I'll share them (with your agreement) on an upcoming program.You can visit me at www.thedreamspecialist.comFor the best information on interpreting your dreams buy my book ‘How To Interpret ...

61 MIN2014 MAY 20
Comments
DREAM Time with Carole J. Toms, ND

Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

I'm so excited to interview Linda Gray Sexton, daughter of Pulitizer prize winner and poetess, Anne Sexton. We'll be discussing most recently, Linda'smemoir, Half in Love and Searching for Mercy Street.More specifically, we'll look at the process of getting in touch with the memories of her mother, and the process of giving voice to Linda Gray's own story as well as some of the writing techniques Linda Gray used to deepen the emotional experience on such a difficult and sensitive subject.Here's a bit more about Linda Gray Sexton's work:Sexton's most recent memoir,Half in Love: Surviving the Legacy of Suicide,is about her struggle with her own mental illness and the legacy of suicide left to her by her mother and her mother’s family. Through the help of family, therapy and medicine, Linda confronted deep-seated issues, outlived her mother and curbed the haunting cycle of suicide she once seemed destined to inherit.

61 MIN2014 APR 29
Comments
Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Super stoked to interview a prolific and inspiring writer C. Hope Clark who I've admired for years. During our time together, I'll be interviewing her aboutThe Carolina Slade Mystery Series and most recently,Palmetto Poison, the third book to the series, which was just released inFebruary 2014Here's a bit about C. Hope Clark. I hope you can join us for what will be an informative and interesting interview.C. Hope Clark was born and reared in the South, from Mississippi to South Carolina with a few stints in Alabama and Georgia. The granddaughter of a Mississippi cotton farmer, Hope holds a B.S. in Agriculture with honors from Clemson University and 25 years’ experience with the U. S. Department of Agriculture to include awards for her management, all of which enable her to talk the talk of Carolina Slade, the protagonist in most of her novels. Her love of writing, however, carried her up the ranks to the ability to retire young, and she left USDA to pen her stories and freelance.Ho...

53 MIN2014 APR 24
Comments
Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Dream Time with Carole J. Toms, N.D.

Would you like to understand the meanings of your dreams? What your dreams mean will be explained during these broadcasts.Today I chat with Amanda Cahill about childhood dreams, dreams of the future, dreaming of past loved ones and a dream of losing her groceries (food). We discuss clairvoyance and how you can tell if the person is a true reader or not. Amanda teaches Suaroopa Yoga and speaks about how it has changed her life.If you have dreams you would like me to help you understand, please connect with me at: info@thedreamspecialist.com and I'll share them (with your agreement) on an upcoming program.You can visit me at www.thedreamspecialist.comFor the best information on interpreting your dreams buy my book ‘How To Interpret Your Dreams: Knowing Your Dream Meanings’ available on my website, and do your own dream analysis.‘You are FAR GREATER than you imagine. Be INSPIRED toEVOLVEand CONNECT to YOUR GREATNESS!’

66 MIN2014 APR 24
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Dream Time with Carole J. Toms, N.D.

Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

Are you writing a memoir and trying to build a platform at the same time? Tune into this episode of "Giving Voice to Your Story" where I'll be sharing some strategies on how to blog your memoir.There are so many memoirs being written right now, but very few aspiring memoir writers are discovering the power in blogging about their memoirs.Did you realize that you have the power to reach so many people just by one short blog post relating to your memoir?There are numerous benefits toblogging, by popular author and blogging expertNina Amir, who discussed everything there is to know about blogging on a previous radio show.This episode will be different in that we'll be focusing on blogging techniques specific to the genre of memoir writing. I'll also be sharing with you some examples based on my own memoir in progress, Silence:What Serving in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me About Power, Courage and Faith

23 MIN2014 APR 10
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Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson
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