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"wync" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"wync" Discussed on THEMOVE

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"wync" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

02:32 min | 8 months ago

"wync" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

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"wync" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"wync" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

"What I've gathered eight, whenever Austin involved in pay always that God just wants to lot calm things down he sees both sides remain. ME. Well I've never seen you tweet in in in the bay front coming down now but when it makes me the part I, see both sides of story will always see both sides of the story you fucking down you fucking down and unite you've you are literally do you left wing and then you come in the porn that light your the civil partner. I do even left wing may lie in the government, the left wing, the right-wing. Yeah. Left wing. Left wing and then come in the ponds very anti-politics I don't not politics you. Place I'm Amla. Left wing right wing anything. Didn't you decide the at the beginning put you on bass every lunar saw it we're GonNa side and now you're not boone up I'm there in the middle in Jimbo we're just say I'M IN HIS PODCAST With these beef numerously escort even mind and we all up at in this one. So I did. 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"wync" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"wync" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Even during your best dialect and call that taxi over here. Thirteen six bucks for the. Item Fourteen fifty cents taxi back to the. For some reason, the fair the model t went up every time I used it or get Oscar Wync some kind of a deal with the driver that he could cut in on later. Item Fifteen and another forty five bucks for rental of the plane and I'm sure it all went into his pocket. Knowledge of the language, enable him to persuade the owner. We shouldn't pay to rentals in one day. We headed south and made good time. What's Going another few minutes you'll be Rica. Little seaport. Straight. Ahead. According to this map, it has a more than adequate lending freedom look. Down that on. Yeah exactly. What I hope to see a twin of this plane. The plane wish Mrs Lanphier disappeared this morning. I Land Right beside it. Flat and All. These little feels how many personnel. If they get two planes a month they think it's a cloud there must be somebody there's a car of the hundred gird. We'll have transportation into town. You still haven't told me decided to come here because Mrs Lambert. That was something I didn't know until I saw that plane down there. All right. Easy out all an to close to it. I am in Catholic control year we go. Oscar was a hunch based on the fact I remembered that the sea legs was building this town. Hey. Nice landing. THANK YOU MR dollar. Maybe I'll go to. Stop talking about money. You're going to have to find yourself. Semi crazy is isn't there someone in the cabinet on that other plane hit the Kayak. They Watch it Oscar that don fullest heading right across the Atlantic. The NGO he's crazy. A swing high but don't flip US come on. That's straight. Not Take. Those controls hang on your For a long moment, there was nothing but a blackened salt of the sound of our crackup seem to roll an ankle almost street back and forth the recesses apply mind. Slowly Easily. I seem to hear some of the sound. Like an engine far off. An engine of a plane starting up. Lazily. We'll be. Sure Yeah, of course, I, did hear it. It was the other plane the one that had been parked on the landing strip. As my mind began to clear I realized I'd seen something someone else. I'd caught a glimpse before the car struck our landing gear, the man behind the wheel of. A man who has picture I'd seen briefly at the home of constant Lancer. Couldn't. Just a dollar. Mice is. Good. I'm afraid you are. We need you. Oh. Did you see. That car. Recognize him. Look. Maybe, there would. They'd like he is. and. That's why. Douglas Lanphier. Mr. Douglas. This case is getting curiouser and curiouser part three of the five part yours to jolly dollar story the sea legs matter August First Nineteen fifty-six visit my web page. If he would please classic Radio Dot Stream,.

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The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman

Three Wide No Cover

09:53 min | 2 years ago

The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman

"We'll champion jockey die young fellow that grew up Donnie? Do we see Myron Your Power Jimin Mandy and lived on a bit of property now thirty on us to use a guy you get voted world champion Jockey to was that a surreal feeling to flaw in applying I've of the of the world and accept that trophy all songs I was yeah I didn't think a bit on gas really on Lean obviously that time off back of winks Korean that's interesting have the voting is done online obviously they pick the top one hundred group on writers What I nominate one hundred group one races as the top one hundred of outings don on that system and of course God winks win sort of I I it rises seven group once and then she came back and won the next ye so guide me a little bit of a saloon passage Gina the point scoring the apart from that they'll have a great I think two or three one winners in Hong Kong and of course that Japan cop at the end of the wasn't amazing evil clean I'll never forget it I mentioned you're thirty nine years if I do you have talked to reflect or just too busy seven days a week rice rotting and and rotting away may like winks you don't really get Tom to reflect as simple as that forget yesterday move onto the next day on very much looks forward not backwards anyway But I did tight Tom as we all know off two weeks as retirement to two months off we employees indeed and that did give me Tom to reflect not only on Wync spit on myself and my family and I think you know there was enforces might for myself in those closest to me other laws for we for that success to be able to happen and you know we won't get and later in the show but that's one of the reasons that Japan Cup win was you know very very special to me every will dive into wings a little bit later on but he started you apprenticeship with Rawson but Beth ninety seven you kicked in where you're a natural joke no it wasn't very far from it does natural horsemen natural raw reading how law I can remember the Pony Club from before school up until I define and up until the I just started right shorting really and at the idea of wells Lawson's windows fief doing in the school holidays and fortunately my parents had all the allman had a little bit of an association with Billy Ass Browse through through the eyes of when Neil Molly was trying and bill used erode from a grandfather father and he's waffling and trying to of course and was the leading trainer in the Central District at the Are Yeah I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to go with them and having billy as mentor and a God was instrumental in more development as a jockey because as I said it was very unnatural to me because I'd never had really any any experience in the professional sort of horseracing had Google's at the guy was fosters you could when you're young fellow on great holes for night absolutely tight control and bought with you but you can learn so much experiences remember I began with one and let it rip you thought all that adrenaline at the I was actually in the Paddick Moore other with the main and I didn't quote now what else in for to be honest when we winner in we've done a favorite a half pice together but we'd never really let one go yeah I'll never actually forget that the win going through the skull Cap and was a bit a little bit fraud to be honest but you'd left the Albanian edgy he was distant well he sort of went off before he saw Moore horse teams but all wasn't quite ready for the experience as a bit yeah also bit it goes through but it was something that certainly got more adrenaline going and students today who'd you love who'd you love growing up we gotta have role models to simulate the why we want to go about it and get your first period Jodi get your new helmet and then all of a sudden you rod in trawls as an apprentice then you get your ticket who is sitting back on the couch just white and have that I the rice is in Washington going to be that jockey wouldn't be Rice's Darren Beadman Darren beadman and billy I suppose when I was in Ba'athist but before I started my apprenticeship Darren and shine door were dominating the group uh-huh and I were the two that really captured more attention what was it a bad behavior in that you loved just the just he's strengths and he's consistency but as I said it as a four thousand fifteen year old I wasn't really paying attention local would these days but I guess the success and the fact that he in China just come on the best drawers and it was just tit for tat as to who got on the best one and I almost took it in turns chemically c'mon babe and left Android and slip it used to run a little bit short on up as underneath the chain the at the flower hey the billy Oughta look yeah I wasn't as attracted to the show on the white shine Reuters posed Darren because it familiar to say no little actual but he's a hall of Famer and he was very effective at it but familiar personally it was something that I couldn't see myself emulating Iraq and foot knee on Huey a lot of the guys Roy with the bull the Atto side that's Moi that's more for the ball at the guys across the Bolo Tie and that's the that's it what you'd like to rob with your foot running wise APP Well to be honest when I'll start to do that that's had billy road and that's sad download to in the early days I think he ended up running these telling you towards the end but certainly when all star he had full for me on but was always instructed Nelin certain terms they're all Mahfoud foot me on and that's exactly what I did and when I moved to see me after being to successfully easy and buses Leeann and billy we moved to Sydney in all of these more chance to develop into one of the big voice started drawing McCowan the on how to hold stumble was also Tallinn's actually that it just stumbled at the four hundred million American rain we can call Aubert's Hayden are truly believe foof four foot in the on or wouldn't have fallen off it so after six weeks on the saw lawns mirthless six weeks hurt mnay that welcome back back in and of never changed that was it suits you and your stall he say you move from the country the city it's a big big landscape China for you and fast hard but um took two thousand and nine nine year two thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred ninety nine I should say in two thousand dollars rising seasons in two years year apprenticeship you become Laden apprentice you must have had great opportunities but made the most of it well how did great opportunity had a great granting hundred hundred wieners in the country opinion to Sydney to Rome Quinton in done in Raleigh June nineteen on as it was you just said and I had a great deal of experience but harm you had no country climbing provincial climbing to three kilo climate the city nail was the beneficiary of system charged with offenses which split the categories up to country provincial and city so a regained three kilo alantic provincials and obviously sustain the three kilo climate the country so that that guy I mean eighty winners 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"wync" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"wync" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"I'm your host El Michelle Smith and each episode we bring you some of the most notable and not yet notable thought leaders intact business and culture in the year was twenty sixteen. I'd been on Lincoln since two thousand and seven that's a long time but there was someone who dropped into my deums about that time that told me about an organization called lead need three sixty. It was Dr Eric Winston Walter. I didn't know him but at the time he was telling me about his publication ocean and how we might be interested in featuring me this is about the time that I started speaking regularly and and I was on the circuit pretty frequently towards the end of two thousand sixteen and if you let Dr Eric Tell you he probably thinks I I was avoiding him. I was not I just didn't know how to answer him. I didn't see myself in the way that he saw me. Ultimately he wanted to feature in the publication. Would I didn't want to do skin in trouble with my employer. They had certain people people they wanted in strategic publications and this was the tight tonight just knew that they'd rather have an officer zero or something like that in anyway fast forward to two thousand and eighteen Dr Eric is in my d._M.'s Liam's again and he's telling me about summit something they're going to have in Dallas the following year well how was speaking still select currency this time I had more time to read up on lead three sixty. It's an awesome organization they pour into middle managers the jurors in general managers at fortune five hundred's especially managers in general managers of collar and hoping to to fill the pipeline to leadership. You know that's exactly what I like to support so I stayed in contact with Dr Eric and and before long he invited me to be on the Faculty of lead three sixty. Danny started to introduce me to other faculty members as time went on there was a Webinar that they hosted that Richard me with a preview of the session session that I would lead and Atlanta later that year in twenty nineteen this year when did so on Wync Din some some of the other faculty members started to reach out and connect on the Platform Inter Natasha Bowman Aka the workplace ace Dr This lady I'd already seen her in my feeds because of this friendly algorithm and because she has so many followers and so many followers in common with me her face constantly popped up in my news feed before we even connected since then we both spoke at the lead three sixty combine in June of this year and she did a win talk and it was amazing win. Talks are a lot like Ted talks and she told her story afterwards I went up to her and finally met her in the person she was thrilled to meet me as I was to meet her and we've vowed to stay in touch. We've since been in touch. She is workplace doctor. She's an author she's a speaker and she is also a deny advocate ladies and gentlemen Natasha Russia booming founder and President of Performance Renew Aka the workplace doppler. Hey everybody I'm so excited despite Natasha moment on the line with me otherwise known as the workplace lady the heavy let me tell you sometimes the interim chief people officer and some of the work places you go to big corporations when inbetween trying to find the top H._r.. person but she's also also into leadership development and career development for people in the workplace trying to navigate their way from. Let's say you know amid me too job. Everyone thanks for having me. Absolutely you know talk a little bit about this. In the monologue ahead we met as a result.

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"wync" Discussed on Q95

Q95

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"wync" Discussed on Q95

"We didn't have a garage sale. We pay taxes. I said he points. I not like you see the guy I know counting on. Did pretty well. New my used underwear would go for that kind of money. What are the big stories early this morning, used underwear covered by chick McGee. No, no, the possibly the most money ever paid for a piece of used clothing. Babe, Ruth's, did you see this Frank? Babe Ruth, New York. Yankee jersey sold for millions of I five point six million. Yeah. I, I don't know if it's the oldest object ever. That was a piece of clothing. I tried to find that Marilyn Monroe's dress went for of over four million. But that was the most expensive. I could find up to that. What did what Judy Garland's glass slippers go for today to a ruby slippers while they sold their those he other a couple of I think they did yet because I saw a pair in this myth Sonian but I did not I didn't realize. They sold this Babe Ruth jersey fetches five point six four million at auction, so pretty. Yeah. I'll Google the re the ruby slim him up now. I saw the ruby slippers this phone as well. They're hideous aren't they they're not pretty. I would not wear them. No, no, no way. Your size, don't want to say, we're just stolen a couple of stolen. Yep. They were recovered after thirteen years. I in my mouth. Albright's enjoy absorb brought it off. I what's your newest depression, Frank anything, I do any beningo drive our special. Dr. Brenda's looking in the mirror, the dry bars, the hair hair drying, place, exactly what it is. One hundred percent. I don't I? Yeah, it's a, it's a they're, they're producing these clean comedy specials. And so I got to do. Yeah, it's also. So, yeah. Oh, I see that's different than a driver. There are dry bars where you go and get blow. A probably a play on words. Opposite sex drive bar counted. Not that tell them what they do is they, they will take content out if it's too edgy or something. Or you can they leave it in the special, but you can skip over it. If you want to keep it like that, and a lot of people like even some very clean comedians. Get ten to twenty different things cut out of their special Andy, gut one one, I'm a choir. Boy. One thing is because that's interesting. So the one Joe, I think you guys seem to stand up about how my wife can't wink, basically. She goes when she winks she does this weird like blinky. I thing. For the first time she did it. We're driving in the car and she's like so listen this weekend when I should go up north, and you now, she's doing like, Lincoln, and now they cut that out because they said it was a sexual you window. Yeah. I'm the bad boy. Clean comedy man. Andy says say sexual what sexual window. In. Window would be sexual. Is the double wync, some secret sex move. I don't know about. Uh-huh. Wayne so poorly written joke in its. The tour. My wife does the same exact thing as she can't. She can't wink, does the bewitched kind of have to really focus swinging. He let watch this. I can't tell them. You gotta do a shoulder to get it. You're in pain convulsion. He goes into a good Winker show, waking me every now and again, we're being silly, whatever, yeah. Waking creeps me out. Some people can pull it off. I can't. Yeah. If people just God, what does that creep? What does it mean? It means there's some secret fun. You know. Good.

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"wync" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"wync" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Townhall dot com commerce Thomas. Wall Street futures are tanking this morning following President Trump's announcement of five percent tariffs on Mexican imports effective week for Monday. The move aimed at forcing Mexico to do more to stop the northward migration of illegal immigrants, flooding, the US border nice president Pence on Mexico needs to do have to enter into a greater level of cooperation with the United States, the safe third country agreement could be completed in a short period of time with Mexico, but we also need them to do more to secure their southern port and to enforce their laws. The president says tariffs on Mexican goods will gradually rise to twenty five percents until the legal immigration problem is remedied, the meantime, the crisis on the southern border escalates, US, customs, and border protection says it was the largest group of migrants ever encountered more than one thousand migrants crossed the border Niro, Paso, Texas early Wednesday authorities say nine hundred thirty four people came in his family's sixty three or unaccompanied. Children. And there were thirty nine single adults instances of large groups of migrants crossing into the United States have spiked since President Donald Trump took office since October the border patrol has encountered groups of more than one hundred people on one hundred eighty occasions. There were only thirteen such encounters in the previous twelve month period and to the year before I Mike Rossier, there's been no confirmation from John Yang, but a South Korean newspaper reports North Korea as executed senior on voi- involved in the stalled nuclear talks with the US along with four other high level officials based with a dwindling list of words and a group of spellers at showed no signs of weakness. Scripts national spelling bee gave off last night declaring all eight of the contestants co champions. On Wall Street Dow futures are down to seventy six more on these stories at townhall dot com. The Copperhead snake. This is before attacking. But that's not a comprehend, that's the sort of RV, freshwater tank overflowing into there glencoe on wync shoes backing into their van pipe making a very different kind of. One that arrives just in time for taco night..

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"wync" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"wync" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven twenty WGN back to WGN radio theater with Lisa will text in about gun smoke. Yeah. That's okay. We'll I'll answer. Okay. Too long too. Yeah. So yeah. Completely different cast on television and on radio William. It was not offered the TV role is that no he wasn't. He he really wanted it. He he tried really hard to get this role. He wanted to play this role on television. And I think most of the cast on radio wanted to play. In fact, the cast did a lot of television. And of course, William Conrad get a lot of television. William Conrad was cannon on television. And he was near a wolf and many other television roles, but he did not get gun smoke. Even though he really wanted it. In fact, they did make up tests. In fact, we've I think we might even have a picture posted where he's in the garb, but they offered the role to James r s in fact, they tried to get John Wayne, they were they were trying to get you on wync. It's channeling was sort of. He was like kinda done with this movie career pretty much. I mean, he's still did movies. And well known certainly. Yeah. They really wanted John Wayne, and he was like, you know, what I'm not. No, I'm not gonna do that. But I would sa-. Suggest an actor friend of mine James are Ness, and so they cast him. And he was great. I mean, I watched these gunsmoke shows on TV and Antenne TV all the time. And James r Ness is like was born to play that role. And but none of the actors on radio made the transition television or listening to a very interesting episode in Paul frees is playing doc on here. Not Howard McNair. He must have been vacation sick, whatever the case may be. But Paul Frey is doing a fine job is documents on this show. Go back to the cast from December twelfth nineteen fifty three the conclusion to guns smoke..

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"wync" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:00 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Seven FM. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Louise back with us international speaker, visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another consciousness, and then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author a couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. Were you you? It's great to be back to this. This is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well. Knowing did I had these gifts when I was four. I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. But lately in the past few years, my I'm just fascinated with expirations in consciousness with expanded Don local higher consciousness. And really seeing how vast and layered this information is that goes beyond time. And it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call us the other side anymore. I call it the non-physical because it's not. But it's really the same as when I call it piggybacking on another frequency when I do consultations with that I eat breath, I emerge, and I'm able to see through my clients is beyond time. I'll see through their eyes in their bedroom at four years old when there was something. Is it all a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will send out waves has changed through the president teacher. Now when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are are are golf carts or landrovers. We call our bodies me around on planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another. This level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self so gender, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma stroke those on the other side clients in the past present or probable future. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those with dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And it's really fun. You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with him one thing that I do with souls when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are unable to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I ask them to show me. Sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing a ball of light. I put my energy up above a higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works the best actually remotely, and I invite them onto invite him onto this higher frequency of of goodwill and authenticity higher mindedness off of one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turned sideways that they're they're listening, and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be more truthful person. And then what? So I asked this the higher self. That's just employer. Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of a Kuzmic wync. You're going to send my clients to prove that we did indeed have this conversation. Well, he projected bonsai tree. So a few weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his way to do that. So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones. Oh, here's another example, one of my favorite. I don't know if it's an oxymoron to see a favorite dementia story. But, but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I'm an tipping some contribution. That's coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency. That's the connective e. So I was about to I give a free half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals. Golly what patience and energy it takes. So this was two sisters in Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer eating non verbal and was getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about and before our sessions, and it opened my heart, and there is so I tell with ice to him. And I said it must be so hard with dementia. So frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them. Here's sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keep waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what are you attached to what are you still attached to? And what I got from him was the stories. So then we begin the session. Me on the speaker phone with his two daughters, and I told them what had just transpired. And they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Qazi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD. Always like, this is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This happened this last year. And and they said that it was only in the last year said he started telling the story about that wartime incident. We'll take him so long to do that. Oh, I think he I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it start the Ashley away. Don't ask me. Don't make me go there. Thing. They get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah. And I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to is opposed to embracing it making it real and so on. So they said it was only in recent years that he started telling the stories so I left with is to him. I said well when it's time Wayne, it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the allusion of death because it is an illusion. When it's your time. The stories will reside in the hearts of all who loved you. You'll take the stories waking what else and then I got the gold and the daughters laughed again, they said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And our uncle lived to be a hundred and three. That happens. Yeah. But they get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out in blocking traffic. So so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you. You are loved and then I asked I need preview of a cosmic wink, well, he transmitted something that looks like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the daughters. Just I just right through her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad and all of a sudden he sat both upright and yelled out what the hell is. Everybody's been talking about been verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic Winky he had sent the preview what what did that to get him back? It was. Down higher consciousness. I I was from you. Yeah. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife Denise the nieces in last stages, Alzheimer's. She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now. And then. I do gold communication with the higher self. And I thought yes, look at how we're spreading about the nature of consciousness. And he wanted confirmation that he wasn't telepath izing was Denise. And so we he actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions. His. Oh, gosh. I wanna say three way. No, threesome. No. It was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did. Catch my thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and the tach she was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness, it was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us the three facilities. Dan, had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So he's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate telepathy wise with the most people who have afflictions? Well, when when it's a client. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this or somebody has to ask. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I I give a free half hour to caregivers, and I just go right to the one they're carrying for an interpret just this week. A client her mother has dementia, and we ask a better care can feel because I merging I'm piggyback frequency. I can feel what she feels with agitating. What feels good what felt good with something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in the end my client said, oh, that's the puppies. They just let it into the facility. I said that feels really good. And then she is I merge, she took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to. So for me. And I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me tell her. That's how. How it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff is too tight on my arm. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends beyond time. They can go anywhere in time. And is able to communicate with this clarity. She also didn't like the the way the attendant would place. Her foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on a wheelchair. Could do much about it at that. Exactly. So they call them down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard with somebody who has severe dementia. What did what did they do? Are they in a vegetative state? I mean, how do they react?.

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"wync" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand k t o k. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you Louise hawk back with us international speaker, visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another consciousness, and then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. Were you you? It's great to be back to this is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well, knowing that I had these gifts when I was four I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. But lately in the past few years. My. I'm just fascinated with expirations in consciousness with expanded non-local higher consciousness. And really seeing how vast and multi layered this information is that goes beyond time. And it it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call it the other side anymore. I call it the non-physical because it's not. But it's really the same as when I call it piggybacking on another three Quincy when I do consultations with that I eat breath I merge, and I'm able to see sue my clients is beyond time. I'll see through their eyes in their bedroom at four years old when there was something a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will send out waves has changed through the president teacher. Now when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are in our our golf carts or landrovers. We call our bodies tuning around on planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in. Interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with the higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another. And it's this level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self suggested, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma strokes those on the other side clients in the past present or probable future. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those with dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And it's really fun. You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with him one thing that I do with souls when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are unable to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I ask them to show me. Sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing a ball of light. I put my energy up above a higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works the best actually remotely, and I invite them onto invite him onto this higher frequency of of goodwill and authenticity higher mindedness off of one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turn sideways that they're they're listening, and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be a more truthful person. And then why? So I asked this the high yourself employer. Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of a cosmic wync. You're going to send my clients to prove that we did indeed have this telepathic conversation. Well, he projected a banzai tree. So a few weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his head. Like, why did I do that? So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones L. Here's another example, one of my favorites. I don't know if it's an oxymoron to see a favorite dementia story, but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I meant to phone consultation is coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency. That's the connective. So I was about to I give a free half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals. Golly. What patients and energy it takes? So this was two sisters in Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer eating was non verbal and was getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about and before our sessions and open my heart, and there is so I tell with ice to him. And I said it must be so hard was dementia. So frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them here. Sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keeping waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what are you attached to what are you still attached to and what I got from him was the stories. So then we began the session. Me on the speaker phone with his two daughters, and I told them what had just transpired. And they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid and on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Qazi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD. Always like, this is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This happened this last year. And they said that it was only in the last year said he started telling the story about that wartime incident would take him so long to do that. Oh, I think I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it start. The rub Manasseh. Don't ask me. And don't make me go there thing. I wanted to get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah. And I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to as opposed to embracing it making it real. And so on. So they said it was only in recent years that he started telling the stories so I to Lepas ice to him. I said well when it's time when it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the allusion of death because it is an illusion when it's your time. The stories will reside in the hearts of all who love you. You'll take the stories making what else and then I got the gold and the daughters laughed again, they said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And are on call live to be a hundred. Hi. That happens. Yeah. But they get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out in blocking traffic. So so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you. You are loved and then I asked I need preview of a cosmic wink, well, he transmitted something that looked like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the daughters. Just I just right through her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad, and all of a sudden he sat both upright and yelled out what the hell is everybody's been talking about. He hadn't been verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic Winky. He he had sent a preview what what did that to get him back? It was. Down higher consciousness. I I was from you. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife Denise the nieces in last stages, Alzheimer's. She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now and then at Google communication with the high yourself, and I thought yes, look at how we're spreading about the true nature of consciousness, and he wanted confirmation that he wasn't he'd telepath izing within east. And so we he actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions. Involved. Oh, gosh. I wanna say a three way. No, threesome. No. It was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did. Catch my thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and the tach she was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness that was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us, the three facilities then had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So he's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate telepathy wise with the most people who have afflictions? Well, when when it's a client. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this. Or somebody has to ask. Yeah. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I give a free half hour to caregivers, and I just go right to the one they're carrying foreign interpret just this week. A client her mother has dementia. And I we ask about her care. I can feel because I'm merging I'm piggyback frequency. I can feel what she feels what's agitating. What feels good? What felt good with something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in the and my client said, oh, that's the the puppies. They just let it into the facility. I said that feels really good. And then she is I merge, she took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to. So for me. And I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me tell her. That's how. How it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff is too tight on my arm. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends beyond time. They can go anywhere in time. And is able to communicate with his clarity. She also didn't like the way the attendant would place. Her foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on a wheelchair. But you could do much about it at that. Exactly. So they call them down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard somebody who has severe dementia. What did what did they do? Are they in vegetative state? I mean, how did they react?.

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"wync" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:06 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hundred Newsmax. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Louise, how back with us international speaker visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another consciousness, and then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author a couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. How were you you? It's great to be bad looking forward to this. This is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well. Knowing that I had these gifts when I was four I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. But lately in the past few years, my I'm just fascinated with explorations in consciousness with expanded local higher consciousness. And really seeing how vast and multi layered this information is that goes the on time, and it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call it the other side anymore. I call it the non-physical because it's not. But it's really the same as when I call it piggy. Backing on another frequency. When I do consultations with that, I eat breath I merge, and I'm able to see sue my clients is beyond time. Also, see through their is in their bedroom at four years old when there was something his it all a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will she send out waves as changed through the president user, not when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are are are both carts or landrovers. We call our bodies tooling around on planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with the higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self so gender, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma strokes those on the other side clients in the past present or probable future. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those with dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And it's really fun. You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with within one thing that I do with souls when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are any Bill to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I ask them to show me. A sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing the ball of light. I put my energy up above to higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works the best actually remotely, and I invite them onto invite him onto this higher frequency of of goodwill and authentic ethnicity higher mindedness off a one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turn sideways that they're they're listening, and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be a more truthful person. And then what? So I asked this the higher yourself. I've just employer. Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of a Kuzmic wync. You're going to send my clients to prove that we did indeed have this telepathic conversation. Well, he projected a bonsai tree. So if you weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his head like way to do that. So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones. Oh, here's another example. One of my favorites. I I don't know if it's an oxymoron to say a favorite dementia story, but but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I meant -ticipant doing phone consultation. That's coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency. That's the connective e. So I was about to I give a free half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals. Golly. What patients and energy it takes? So this was two sisters in Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer. Eating was verbal. And let's getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about him before our sessions, and it opened my heart. And there is so I- telepath ice to him. And I said it must be so hard was dementia. So frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them here. Sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keep waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what are you attached to what are you still attached to? And what I got from him was the stories. So then we began the session. Excuse me on the speaker phone with his two daughters. I told them what had just transpired. And they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid and on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Makasi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD always life. This is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This happened. Just last year. And and they said that it was only in the last years that he started telling the story about that wartime incident. I would take him so long to do that. Oh, I think he I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it starts to rub Manasseh away. Don't ask me. I don't make me go there thing. I won't they get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah. And I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to as opposed to embracing it making it real. And so on. So they said it was only in recent years that he started telling the stories so I to left us is to him. I said well when it's time Wayne, it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the allusion of death because it is an illusion. When it's your time. The stories will reside in the hearts of all who loved you. You'll take the stories with you. What else and then I got the cold and the daughters laughed again, they said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And are ankle live to be a hundred. Happens. Yeah. But daddy did get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out and blocking traffic. So so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you. You are loved and then I asked I need piva cosmic, wink, well, he transmitted something that looks like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the daughters. Just I just right through her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad and all of a sudden he sat both upright and yelled out what the hell is. Everybody's been talking about headman verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic Winky he had sent a preview what what did that to get him back? It was down higher consciousness. I I was from you. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife's Denise the nieces in last stages. Alzheimer's? She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now and Dan had googled communication with a high yourself, and I thought yes, look at how we're spreading about the true nature of consciousness, and he wanted confirmation that he wasn't he'd to let the sizing was Denise. And so we he actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions involved. Oh, gosh. I wanna say a three way three some no it was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did. Catch my thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and the tach she was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness that was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us, the three facilities and had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So he's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate telepathy wise with the most people who have afflictions well when when it's a client. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this. Or somebody has to ask. Yeah. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I I give a free half hour to caregivers, and I just go right to the one they're carrying for and interpret just this week, a client her mother has dementia, and we asked a better care. I can feel because I'm merging I'm piggyback frequency. I can feel what she feels with agitating. What feels good? What felt good was something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in in my client said, oh, that's the the puppies. They just let into the facility I said that feels really good. And then she is I merge, she took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to. So for me. And I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me tell her. That's how. How it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff is too tight on my arm. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends beyond time. They can go anywhere in time. And is able to communicate with his clarity. She also didn't like the way the attendant would place. Her foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on a wheelchair lets you could do much about it at that Blackley. Exactly. So they call them down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard with somebody who has severe dementia. What did what do they do are they in a vegetative state? I mean, how do they react?.

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"wync" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"H A S. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Louise, hulk back with us international speaker, visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another consciousness, and then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. Were you you? It's great to be back to this. This is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well, knowing that I had these gifts when I was four I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. But lately in the past few years, my I'm just fascinated with expirations in consciousness with expanded Don local higher consciousness. And really seeing how vast and multilayered this information is that goes beyond time. And it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call it the other side anymore. I call it the non physical because it's not. But it's really the same as when I call it piggybacking on another frequency. When I do consultations with that, I eat breath, I urge and I'm able to see sue my clients is beyond time also see through their eyes in their bedroom at four years old when there was something his all a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will send out waves has changed through the president of teacher. Not when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are in our our golf carts or landrovers. We call our bodies tooling around on planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with the higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another. And it's this level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self suggested, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma strokes those on the other side clients in the past present or probable future. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those with dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And it's really fun. You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with him one thing that I do with souls when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are unable to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I ask them to show me. A sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing a ball of light. I put my energy up above higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works the best actually remotely, and I invite them onto invite him onto this higher frequency of of goodwill and authenticity higher mindedness off of one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turn sideways that they're they're listening, and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be more truthful person. And then why? So I asked this the high yourself that's his employer. Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of cosmic wync. You're going to send my clients to prove that we did indeed have this telepathic conversation. Well, he projected a bonsai tree. So a few weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his way to do that. So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones. Oh, here's another example. One of my favorites. I don't know if it's an oxymoron to say a favorite dementia story. But, but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I'm anticipating phone consultation. That's coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency. That's the connective e. So I was about to I give a free half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals. Golly what patience and energy it takes. So this was two sisters in Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer eating non verbal. And was getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about and before our sessions, and it opened my heart, and there is so I tell other ties to him. And I said it must be so hard, but dementia so frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them here. Sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keeps waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what are you attached to what are you still attached to and what I got from him was the stories. So then we began the session excuse me on the speaker phone with his two daughters, and I told them what just transpired, and they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid and on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Qazi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD always life. This is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This happened this last year. And and they said that it was only in the last year said he started telling the stories about that wartime incident will take him so long to do that. Oh, I think I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it and start the rubber. Don't ask me. And don't make me go there kind of thing. I wanted to get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah. And I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to is opposed to embracing it making it real. And so on. So they said it was only in recent years that he started telling the stories so I to left with is to him. I said well when it's time when it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the illusion of death because it is an allusion when it's your time. Stories will reside in the hearts of all who love you. You'll take the stories waking what else and then I got the gold and the daughters laughed again, they said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And our ankle live to be one hundred. Hi. That happens. Yeah. But they get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out and blocking traffic. So so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you. You are loved and then I asked I need preview of a cosmic wink, well, he transmitted something that looks like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the daughters. Just I just right through her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad, and all of a sudden he sat both fried and yelled out what the hell is. Everybody's been talking about him in verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic Winky he had sent the preview what what did that to get him back? It was down higher consciousness. I was. From you. Yeah. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife's Denise the nieces in last stages. Alzheimer's? She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now. And then I go gold communication with a high yourself, and I thought yes, look at how where does spreading about the true nature of consciousness. And he wanted confirmation that he wasn't eating telepath izing was Denise. And so we he actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions. Involved. Oh, gosh. I want to say a three way. No, threesome. No. It was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did. Catch my thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and detached. She was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness that was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us, the three facilities then had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So he's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate telepathy wise with the most people who have afflictions? Well, when when it's a client. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this. Or somebody has to ask. Yeah. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I I give a free half hour to caregivers and I just go right to the one. They're caring for and interpret just this week. A client her mother has dementia. And I we ask a better care. I can feel because I'm merging I'm piggyback frequency. I can feel what she feels what's agitating. What feels good? What felt good with something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in the and my client said, oh, that's the the puppies. They just let into the facility I said that feels really good. And then she is I merge, she took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to. So for me. And I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me, tell her that's how it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff is too tight on my arm. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends beyond time. They can go anywhere in time. And as able to communicate with this clarity. She also didn't like the way the attendant would place. Her foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on a wheelchair. But she could do much about it at that. Exactly. So they call them down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard somebody who has severe dementia. What did what did they do? Are they in a vegetative state? I mean, how did they react?.

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"wync" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:27 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Newsmax. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Louise back with us international speaker, visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another consciousness, and then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author a couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. How are you? You. It's great to be bad to this. This is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well. Knowing that I had these when I was four I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. Lately in the past few years. My undecisive with expirations in consciousness with expanded on local higher consciousness and really seeing how vast and layered this information is that goes beyond time. And it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call it the other side anymore. I call it the non-physical because it's not. But it's really the same as when I call it piggybacking on another three Quincy when I do consultations with that I eat breath I merge, and I'm able to my clients is beyond time. I'll see sure there is in her bedroom at four years old when there was something. Is it all a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will stand out waves of change through the president teacher. Now when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are are are golf carts are landrovers. We call our bodies truly around on planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with the higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another this level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self suggested, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma stroke those on the other side clients in the past present or probable feature. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those with dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And let's really fun. You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with him one thing that I do with Solis when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are unable to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I asked them to show me a sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing a ball of light. I pull my energy up above higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works the best actually remotely, and I invite them onto invite him onto this higher frequency of of goodwill and authenticity higher mindedness off of one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turned sideways that they're they're listening, and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be a more truthful person. And then why so I asked this how yourself that's just employer. Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of a Kuzmic wync. You're going to send my clients to prove that we did indeed have this telepathic conversation. Well, he projected a bonsai tree. So a few weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his head. Like, wait. I do that. So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones. Oh, here's another one of my favorites. I I don't know if it's not more and to see a favorite dementia story. But, but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I meant repeating some consultation. It's coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency. That's the connective. So I was about to I give a three half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals, Kelly, what patients and energy it takes. So this was two sisters in Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer eating was non verbal and was getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about and before our sessions and open my heart, and there is so I tell other ties to him. And I said it must be so hard, but dementia so frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them here. Sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keeps waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what are you attached to what are you still attached to and what I got from him was the stories. So then we begin the session. She on the speaker phone with his two daughters, and I told him what had just transpired. And they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Qazi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD. Always like, this is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This happened this last year. And and they said that it was only in the last year said he started telling stories about that wartime incident would take him so long to do that. Oh, I think he I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it start away. Don't ask me and don't make me go there. I wanted to get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah. And I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to as opposed to embracing it making it real. And so on. So they said it was only in recent years. He started telling the stories telepath ice to him. I said well when it's time Wayne, it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the allusion of death because it is an illusion. When it's your time. Stories will reside in the heart of all love you. You'll take the stories waking what else? And then I got the cold in the daughters laughed again. They said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And our uncle lived to be a hundred. That happens, but they did get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out and blocking traffic, so so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you, you are loved, and then I asked I need preview of a cosmic wink, well, he transmitted something that looked like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the doctors. Just I just right to her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad, and all of a sudden he sat both upright and yelled out what the hell everybody's been talking about. He hadn't been verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic quaint he he had sent a preview. What what did that to get him back? It was down higher consciousness. I I was from you. Yeah. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife Denise and nieces in last stages. Alzheimer's? She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now and Dan Google communication with a higher yourself. And I thought yes, look at how word is spreading about the true nature of consciousness, and he wanted confirmation that he wasn't the telepath. Sizing was Denise. And so we he actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions. Involved. Oh, gosh. I wanna say a three way. No, threesome. No. It was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did. Catch my thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and detach. She was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness that was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us the three facilities. Dan, had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So she's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate? Telepathy wise with the most people who have afflictions. Well, when when it's a car payment. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this. Or somebody has to ask. Yeah. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I I give a free half hour to caregivers and I just go right to the one. They're caring for and interpret just this week client her mother has dementia, and we ask a better care can feel because I'm merging I'm taking back on frequency. I can feel what she feels what agitating what feels good. What felt good with something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in in my client said, oh, that's the puppies. They've just let into the facility I said that feels really good. And then she as I merged. She took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to. So for me. And I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me, tell her that's how it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff. Is too tight on my arm. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends beyond time. They can go anywhere in time, and is able to communicate with this clarity. She also didn't like the way the attendant would place. Her foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on a wheelchair, but she could do much about it at. That's exactly. So they calm down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard with somebody who has severe dementia. What did what did they do are they in a vegetative state? I mean, how do they react doesn't matter?.

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"wync" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:04 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Hundred Newsmax. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Louise, hulk back with us international speaker, visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another consciousness, and then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. Were you you? It's great to be back to this. This is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well. Knowing that I had these gifts when I was four I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. But lately. In the past few years. I'm just fascinated with expirations in consciousness with expanded Don local higher consciousness. And really seeing how vast and multi layered this information is that goes beyond time. And it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call us the other side anymore. I call it the non-physical because it's not only, but it's really the same as when I call it piggybacking on another three Quincy when I do consultations with that, I state breath I merge, and I'm able to see sue my clients is beyond time also see through their eyes in their bedroom at four years old when there was something his it all a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will send out waves of change through the president of future. Not when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are in our our golf carts or landrovers. We call our bodies tooling around on. Planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with a higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another. And it's this level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self suggested, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma strokes those on the other side clients in the past present or probable future. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those with dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And it's really fun. You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with him one thing that I do with souls when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are unable to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I ask them to show me. A sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing a ball of light. I put my energy up above a higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works. The best actually remotely. And I invite them onto invite him onto this higher frequency of of goodwill and authenticity higher mindedness off of one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turned sideways. That they're they're listening and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be a more truthful person. And then why? So I asked this the higher self that's his employer. Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of a cosmic wync. You're going to send my clients to prove that we did indeed have this telepathic conversation. Well, he projected a bonsai tree. So a few weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his head. Like, why did I do that? So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones L. Here's another example, one of my favorite. I don't know if it's an oxymoron to see a favorite dementia story, but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I meant to. Phone consultation. That's coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency as the connective. So I was about to I give a free half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals. Golly what patience and energy it takes. So this was two sisters in Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer eating non verbal and was getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about and before our sessions, and it opened my heart, and there is so I with highs to him. And I said it must be so hard with dementia. So frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them. Here's sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keep waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what are you attached to what are you still attached to? And when I got from him was the stories. So then we began the session. Excuse me on the speaker phone with his two daughters, and I told them what just transpired, and they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid and on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Qazi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD always life. This is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This happened this last year. And and they said that it was only in the last years that he started telling the stories about that wartime incident would take him so long to do that. Oh, I think he I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it start. The rub hit away. Don't ask me. And don't make me go there thing. I when they get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah. And I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to as opposed to embracing it making it real. And so on. So they said it was only in recent years that he started telling the stories so I to Lepas ice to him. I said well when it's time when it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the illusion of death because it is an illusion. When it's your time. The stories will reside in the hearts of all who love you. You'll take the stories with you. What else? And then I got the gold and the daughters laughed again, they said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And our live to be one hundred. Hi. That happens. But then they get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out and blocking traffic, so so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you, you are loved, and then I asked I need preview of a cosmic wink, well, he transmitted something that looks like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the daughters. Just I just right through her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad and all of a sudden he sat both upright and yelled out what the hell is. Everybody's been talking about him in verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic wink, he he had sent the preview what what did that to get him back? It was. Down higher consciousness. I I was from you. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife Denise the nieces in last stages, Alzheimer's. She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now and then Google communication with the high yourself when I thought yes, look at how word is spreading about the true nature of consciousness, and he wanted confirmation that he wasn't he'd telepath izing was Denise. And so we he I actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions involved. Oh, gosh. I wanna say a three way. No, threesome, no. It was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did catch my thought. Thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and the tach she was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness that was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us, the three facilities then had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So he's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate telepathy wise with the most people who have afflictions? Well, when when it's a client. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this. Or somebody has to ask. Yeah. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I I give a free half hour to caregivers and I just go right to the one. They're caring for an interpret just this week. A client her mother has dementia, and we ask a better care can feel because I'm merging I'm piggyback on frequency. I can feel what she feels with agitating. What feels good? What felt good was something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in the and my client said, oh, that's the the puppies. They've just let into the facility I said that feels really good. And then she is I merge, she took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to. So for me. And I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me tell her. That's how. How it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff is too tight on my arm. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends beyond time. They can go anywhere in time. And is able to communicate with his clarity. She also didn't like the way the attendant would place your foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on a wheelchair. But she could do much about it at that. Exactly. So they call them down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard somebody who has severe dementia. What did what do they do are they in a vegetative state?.

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"wync" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

14:48 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you Louise hawk back with us international speaker, visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another consciousness, and then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author a couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. Were you you? It's great to be bad to this is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well. Did I had these gifts when I was four. I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. But lately. In the past few years. My I'm just fascinated with expirations in consciousness with expanded Don local higher consciousness. And really seeing how vast and multi layered this information is that goes beyond time. And it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call it the other side anymore. I call it the non-physical because it's not. But it's really the same as when I call it piggybacking on another three Quincy when I do consultations with that I eat breath I merge, and I'm able to see through my clients is beyond time also see through their eyes in their bedroom at four years old when there was something his it'll a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will send out waves has changed through the president Teamster. Not when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are in our our golf carts are landrovers. We call our bodies to me around on planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another. And it's this level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self suggested, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma stroke those on the other side clients in the past present or probable future. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those with dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And what's really fun? You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with him one thing that I do with souls when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are any Bill to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I ask them to show me. A sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing a ball of light. I put my energy up above higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works best actually remotely, and I invite them onto invite him onto the higher frequency of of goodwill and authenticity higher mindedness off one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turned sideways that they're they're listening, and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be a more truthful person. And then what is the higher self just employer? Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of a cosmic wync. You're going to send my clients to prove that we did indeed have this telepathic conversation. Well, he predicted a bonsai tree. So a few weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his like, why did I do that? So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones. Oh, here's another example. One of my favorites. I I don't know if it's an oxymoron to see a favorite dementia story, but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I'm into. Writing phone consultation. That's coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency. That's the connective. So I was about to I give a free half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals. Golly what patience and energy it takes. So this was two sisters Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer eating was non verbal, and let's getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about and before our sessions, and it opened my heart, and there is so the ties to him. And I said it must be so hard, but dementia so frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them here. Sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keeps waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what are you attached to what are you still attached to? And what I got from him was the stories. So then we began the session. She's on the speaker phone with his two daughters. I told them what just transpired, and they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid and on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Makasi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD. Always like, this is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This happened. Just last year. And and they said that it was only in the last year said he started telling the story about that wartime incident. I would take him so long to do that. Oh, I think he I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it start. The rub Manasseh. Don't ask me. And don't make me go there. When they get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah, I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to as opposed to embracing it making it real and so on. So they said it was only in recent years that he started telling the stories so I to Lepas ice to him. I said well when it's time when it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the illusion of death because it is an illusion. When it's your time. Stories will reside in the hearts of all who loved you. You'll take the stories waking what else and then I got the gold in the daughters laughed again, they said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And our uncle live to be a hundred. But that happens, but didn't get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out in blocking traffic. So so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you, you are loved, and then I asked I need preview of a cosmic wink, well, he transmitted something that looks like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the doctors just I just write to her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad, and all of a sudden he sat both upright and yelled out what the hell everybody's been talking about. He hadn't been verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic Winky had he had sent a preview what what did that to get him back? It wasn't that more down higher consciousness. I was from you. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife Denise the nieces in last stage is Alzheimer's. She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now and then Google communication with the higher yourself. And I thought yes, look at how we're spreading about the true nature of consciousness, and he wanted confirmation that he wasn't he telepath izing Denise. And so we he actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions involved. Oh, gosh. I wanna say three way. No, threesome. No. It was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did. Catch my thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and detach. She was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness that was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us the three facilities. Dan, had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So he's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate telepathy wise with the most people who have fluctuations? Well, when when it's a client. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this. Or somebody has to ask. Yeah. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I I give a free half hour to caregivers, and I just go right to the one they're carrying foreign interpret just this week. A client. Her mother has dementia. And we ask a better care. I can feel because I'm merging I'm piggyback frequency. I can feel what she feels what agitating. What feels good? What felt good was something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in the in my client said, oh, that's the puppies. They just let into the facility I said that feels really good. And then she is I merge, she took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to. So for me. And I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me, tell her that's how it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff is too tight on my arm. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends beyond time. They can go anywhere in time. And is able to communicate with his clarity. She also didn't like the way. The attendant would place. Her foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on a wheelchair, but she could do much about it at that. Exactly. So they call them down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard somebody who has severe dementia. What what do they do are they in a vegetative state? I mean, how did they react? Well, it doesn't matter because it's his level of lucid timeless higher self non-local consciousness. It has nothing to do with the physical body. It's it extends beyond the body. That's who we really are pure consciousness. What do you teach them this or do you just ready to to to chat with me? You know telepathically? They can't wait. Well, yeah. Now, most of them they're quite eager. But I did have one situation the clients. The client has had to move her mother four hours away because she kept running away at this acidity that was nearby, and they weren't equipped to tend to her in that way. She's like walkaway or something she kept trying to escape through windows and things I'm not sure exactly how but. Excuse me. So my client had to put her in a facility for hours away, and she had seen her at Christmas and said, she just had rage is. She said she looked like he was gonna kill me. So I'm merged. And it was the first time I ever had one afflicted one say, what do you want? It was like she wanted to slam the door. And so I I kind of came through the door. And I said your your children love you. They want the best care for you. They want to know how they can help. She she said kind of grudgingly. I got back from our higher selves to thanks for the fuzzy thing, and it was the stuffed animal that my client had broader over Christmas. And then I said your daughter your children need to know if you wouldn't mind moving back to that other facility. They can take you now. And then I got I don't know if you know what sinister is is crossing. They say that.

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"wync" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:01 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ninety two point one FM. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Louise, hulk back with us international speaker, visionary intuitive, presentations, entertained audiences all over the planet, and she has this gift of sight from early childhood with an ability to merge with another's consciousness. And then kind of move pictures forwards and backwards in time Louise's learn to use this ability in very specific ways. And again, as I mentioned, she's a noted author couple other books include beyond boundaries. Fearless future streaming consciousness. Louise, welcome back. Were you you? It's great to be back to this. This is a subject, I just really love to get right into how about you. How did it start for you? Well. Knowing that I had these gifts when I was four I said to my mother when you go to heaven will write letters, and that was just a pre cognitive knowing that I'd be able to stay in touch. But lately in the past few years, my I'm just fascinated with expirations in consciousness with expanded Don local higher consciousness and really seeing how vast and multi layered this information is that goes beyond time. And it started with interpreting for souls. I don't call it the other side anymore. I call it the non-physical because it's not. But it's really the same. As when I I call it piggybacking on another frequency when I do consultations with that I eat breath emerge. And I'm able to see sue my clients is beyond time also see through their eyes in their bedroom at four years old when there was something his it all a strategic scene, and we can reposition them in the past that will send out waves as changed through the president teacher. Not when you when you talk about non local consciousness, what does that mean? Well, it's consciousness existing beyond the physical body here. We are in our our golf carts are landrovers. We call our bodies tooling around on planet earth, but we are pure consciousness in or out of the body. And this this concept of the higher self is really a level of communication where I often play mediator in interpreting or seeking resolution with a client and their boss or an ex partner, but we have to go to the level of our higher selves to connect with the higher self of others. So that we're not imposing our will on another. And it's this level of consciousness is above the fray above the ego self suggested, and it's the same lucid communication that. I get when I'm interpreting for those with dementia those in a coma strokes those on the other side clients in the past present or probable future. So I just go all over the place all over time. And it's really fascinating to see this lucid awareness, particularly in those was dementia. Really tell me about that. Oh, gosh. And it's really fun. You know, people say, well, how do you know that you're really communicating with within one thing that I do with souls when I'm interpreting for them those in the non-physical as well as those who are unable to communicate verbally when I'm wrapping up. I ask them to show me. A sneak preview of a cosmic, wink, they'll be sending my client. It can be. Well, here's an example one client having a hard time with her employer. So I go to my higher self picturing a ball of light. I put my energy up above a higher level of consciousness, and then I connect with the higher self of of the employer, and this is remotely it works best actually remotely, and I invite them onto invite him onto this higher frequency of of goodwill and authenticity higher mindedness off of one one for all resolution, and so on and sometimes they turn sideways that they're they're listening, and sometimes they're anxious to be able to be themselves to be more truthful person. And then why? So I asked this the high yourself, that's just employers. Okay. So show me a cosmic wink, a sneak preview of a cosmic wync. You're going to send my client to prove that we did indeed have this telepathic conversation. Well, he projected a bonsai tree. So a few weeks later, the client emails me and said the other day my boss walked into my office. Put a bonsai tree on my desk. Said something kind to me and walked out scratching his head. Like why you do that? So I called that trickle down higher consciousness. Loved ones. Oh, here's another example. One of my favorites. I I don't know if it's an oxymoron to see favorite dementia story. But, but it has some great stories, usually, I'm I'm really I'm good at turning off the switch when I'm off duty. But sometimes I'm into supporting phone consultation. That's coming in. And it opens my heart. That's the frequency. That's the connective e. So I was about to I give a free half hour consultation to caregivers bless their hearts family professionals. Golly. What patients and energy it takes? So this was two sisters in Alabama. And they had emailed me that their father was no longer. Eating was nonverbal. And was getting pretty agitated so I was thinking about and before our sessions, and you know, in my heart, and there is so I to leper ties to him. And I said it must be so hard, but dementia so frustrating. And I never say, what's keeping you here. And golly clients whose loved ones around life support or in a coma. They certainly do wanna know what's keeping them here. Sometimes it's the cat. Sometimes you never know. What's keep waiting for some some timing something to resolve in the family? But so instead of saying, what's keeping you here. I said, what do you attached to what are you still attached to? And what I got from him was the stories. So then we began the session. Excuse me on the speaker phone with his two daughters, and I told them what just transpired, and they laughed and they said, well, they didn't laugh at that. When they said dad was on the USS intrepid and on Pearl Harbor. Wow. And Wisconsin Qazi three times we never knew he suffered from PTSD. Always like, this is a real story. Oh, yeah. Yeah. This happened this last year. And and they said that it was only in the last year said he started telling the story about that wartime incidents. We'll take him so long to do that. Oh, I think he I think some people with PTSD before before we really knew how to treat it. Start the rubber away. Don't ask me. And don't make me go there. Thing. I wanted. They get better. They bring it back. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah. And I think I've seen that a new kind of therapy is to really have them. Go into details to really embrace it. And you know, anything we push away from we give power to as opposed to embracing it making it real. And so on. So they said it was only in recent years that he started telling the stories so I to Lepas ice to him. I said well when it's time it's time to drop the body the way I purposely irreverently referred to the allusion of death because it is an illusion. When it's your time. The stories will reside in the hearts of all who love you. You'll take the stories waking what else and then I got the gold and the daughters laughed again, they said it's the gold Cadillac, and they said dad was jealous of his brother-in-law's gold Cadillac and was hoping he'd leave it to him. And our uncle lived to be a hundred. That happens. Yeah. But they get the gold Cadillac, and it's in the carport and the fans are sticking out in blocking traffic. So so then I just I said, you know, when it's your time. These things will go with you. You are loved and then I asked I need preview of a cosmic wink, well, he transmitted something that looks like a sudden motion and then staring at one of the daughters. Just I just right through her. Well, a few hours later they called and they said when we hung up we went to sit with dad and all of a sudden he sat both fried and yelled out. What's the hell's? Everybody's been talking about him in verbal and then stared at one of the daughters. So that was the cosmic wink, he he had sent a preview what what did that to get him back? It was down higher consciousness. I was from you. Yeah. And it was that level of lucid timeless communication. I have another great example and apprentice, STAN and his wife Denise the nieces in last stages, Alzheimer's. She's really hanging on. I think it's been four or five years maybe even longer now. And then I googled communication with a high yourself, and I thought yes, look at how we're spreading about the true nature of consciousness, and he wanted confirmation that he wasn't he'd telepath izing west and east, and so we he actually eventually came on as an apprentice and our sessions involved. Oh, gosh. I wanna say a three way. No, threesome, no. It was three of us communicating. And so we mostly I was interpreting for Denise, and she would say to Dan threw me. Yes. You did. Catch my thoughts. When I was was saying thinking that the cat needed a bath. I was fascinated with how lucid and timeless and the tach she was from that body. And so when Dan would ask about her care? She would she would say, oh what that body. What do you want to know? And here was this level of overseeing timeless consciousness that was fully aware. So she even at one point showed us, the three facilities then had yet to go look at and which ones she would prefer where she's been residing for a few years now. So he's able to see beyond time. Would you say that you communicate telepathy wise with the most people who have afflictions? Well, when when it's a client. I mean, I don't go around. All right. So they have to ask for this. Or somebody has to ask. Yeah. Yeah. They requested. Yeah. And again, I I give a free half hour to caregivers, and I just go right to the one they're carrying for an interpret just this week client her mother has dementia, and we ask a better care. I can feel because I'm merging I'm piggyback frequency. I can feel what she feels what's agitating. What feels good? What felt good was something fuzzy coming towards us. And she said in in my client said, oh, that's the the puppies. They just let into the facility I said that feels really good. And then she is I merge, she took me to my clients childhood where we're feeling tight elastic around our arms and the clients that. Oh, yeah. Mom used to so from and I used to hate it. When this lease would be too tight. So then her mother transmits to me tell her. That's how. How it feels when they take my blood pressure in the cuff is too tight on my arms. So that's an example of how their consciousness extends the on time. They can go anywhere in time. And is able to communicate with his clarity. She also didn't like the way the attendant would place your foot on her left foot on the pedal or the shelf. Whatever you call it on wheel chair, but she could do much about it at that. Exactly. So they call them down. There less agitated because they've been heard and everyone wants to be heard with somebody who has severe dementia. What did what did they do? Are they in a vegetative state? I mean, how did they react?.

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"wync" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"wync" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fact between sixty percent and eighty percent, a female migrants, traveling through Mexico are raped along the way, according to Amnesty International estimates. So it turns out Trump was downplaying the number. Yeah. I mean, it's actually double what he said. And he had that on their sites CBS. And then they took it off. They took it down because they didn't like what they found. Can you believe this? I mean, you can still see it on wync news. You can still see it on one of their affiliate pages. But it's now down to go to wync news to find us. But is it? So so the data is inconvenient for that. Yeah. They don't like that. Because it's inconvenient. Because that Trump said they're like just gonna go ahead, and delete it that should frighten y'all. Yeah. That should terrify everybody. And where are the feminists where the feminists who are not who are saying, this is a manufactured crisis? Don't they don't they care that six hundred eighty percent of women are sexually assaulted on their journey. Also, be tweeden crisis. Somebody should be tweeting Nancy Pelosi 'cause she says it's manufactured ask the sixty to eighty percent of Phibro FEMA migrants who have been raped. Consider it a crisis because I kind of feel like that's a Christ. I guess they don't count. I guess they're rapes. Don't count are women. Not important guests, not the migrant women aren't important. This is crazy. Somebody asked him Elissa Milano that hashtag them too. Right. Yeah. I mean, what that seems like something women feminist care about you, think speaking of sexual harassment and assault. Ashley Judd, sexual harassment lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein. Just got dismissed again how many times has now super dismissed back in September. It was just didn't understand.

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NewMediaSummit and the Word of the Day is

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:16 min | 3 years ago

NewMediaSummit and the Word of the Day is

"This is Steve O'Brien and seriously. You've got better things to do than listen to the nice guys on business, like rearranging your sock drawer, watching paint dry, taking up Maccarone. But if you must listen, be prepared to hear some colorful metaphors. Parental discretion is advised. Coming up on the frigate frac show better known is a nice guys on biz my first time on this show. So, and I've heard about all the fucker e that ends up in a lot of your shows. How much is on this show? How much is it fitting on this? This has been spiritual awakening version of the nice guys on business. And just as a reminder, the word of the day is you see, Danny, there's a force in the universe that makes things happen. And all you have to do is get in touch with it. Stop thinking, let things happen and be the ball or be the nice guys on business. Either one is good. Well, looks like they pick their on wync to stop sniffing glue. They picked the wrong week to drink and they picked the wrong week to could end phetamine looks like they picked the wrong week to stop being assholes. Well, looks like picked the wrong day to give up the nice guys on business podcast that in sniffing glue that that there's a difference need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help. Learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. Hey, everybody, welcome back. Welcome back fans. My name's Strickland monitor on the other side of the microphone. This your duct Sandler. We have a cavalcade of beautiful women here in the room with us and Michael. Michael. So we're here the new media summit, and let's see, this is the Thursday episode. We're actually recording this Wednesday night. Wow, this is I don't know if we have quite ever come this close to the deadline. No, no. We usually do not record Thursday's show on Wednesday night, but we've just been procrastinating crossing, and here we are. Now we're going to have a lot of fun because we just had a great dinner with this great crew of people, and I couldn't even pronounce the name of the place that we went pop is Bob Papa die dough. Uh-huh. Do hop in fresh. So, yeah, Papa Domino's. Okay. All right. All right. All right. So why don't we pass them ice round in everybody introduce themselves. Okay, so here's what we'll do since we have many podcasters and potential podcasts or wannabes, why don't we say who you are? Say, what your show is maybe just give like a twelve second commercial on why we should tune into your show. If you're not listening, of course to the nice guys on business, Michael, you don't know which shows you have. All right. Well, we'll start with a beautiful woman to my left. Surprise surprise, funk in fans. It's JJ Haines, Shelby. So you already know me. So I'm going to pass the mic. Which which one, which one he seven shows Kanai would like you all besides coming on the nice guys, funk and fan cruise in December. I would never come on the next cash. Oh, I would like you to listen to women men and relationship. So you can hear Doug. I on the second episode on Thursdays every week. That's what I want. So women men, relationships. Amazing what's up everyone. It's I am ruby host of the love punch podcast, and just listen. If you give a fuck, you will listen. And if you'd like to say, fuck, you'll listen awesome passing it on. Oh, I would like to say that the love punch podcast is the only pockets that I have heard that may of more cursing than the nice guys on business, and we appreciate that. And ruby, the host of the show actually has more tattoos than you and I put together who very true that is the truth. I can attest. In fuck tune into love fund. Hi, I'm Amy Schumer and I host inspired conversations with Amy Szuber. I don't say fuck a lot, but we do once in a while. You do. Maybe you might end by now that's an important place not to pause right there because that's what it sounded like to me. We don't talk a lot, but we do. Again, having to pass the mic. Very inspired conversations on those days. Trust me. This is surely Baldwin. The wannabe podcast her because I don't have a podcast yet. That's why I'm here learning about it. And. We think it's going to be called leadership curves or clean sheets. I don't know if you can do clean sheets because I think that that Matthew is going to take clean. He made it up for me, oh, and I found like she's not having sex. We're not going to be. She's not having sex. Oh, no, I am for sure. But not right now though. Right?

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