Archive for the ‘Spread Love’ Category

Maura Poston Zagrans, author of ‘Miracles Every Day:  The Story of One Physician’s Inspiring Faith and Healing Power of Prayer,‘ joined Connect.  Maura began by explaining how she first came to know Dr. Issam Nemeh.  She described miraculous healings that were reported to her, as well as ones that she had observed.  Listen to this incredible story of one man’s healing journey.  Ms. Zagrans tells it beautifully.

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Phillip Gowins, author of ‘Practical Sufism:  A Guide to the Spiritual Path,’ joined Connect.  Phillips defined Sufism.  He described what qualities are essential for progress on the path of Sufism.  Phillip expressed why having a teacher is important.  He shared his personal spiritual journey and his experience finding a teacher.  Phillip emphasized the role of breathing in helping us go inward.

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Dear All,

These are meditations designed to heal our unconscious beliefs that prevent us from achieving everything that we are meant to achieve.

Blesssings,                                                                                                                                      

Amy

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We played the audio of ‘An Evening of Hope & Healing’ which took place at the Barre Opera House.  Our guest that evening was Don Piper.  Don is author of ’90 Minutes in Heaven’ & ‘Heaven is Real.’  He talked about his life prior to his fatal car accident.  He described the accident and his recovery.  Don also discussed his experience in heaven.  He then answered audience questions.  Listen to both links below for the full event.

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Dan Caro, author of ‘The Gift of Fire:  How I Made Adversity Work for Me’, joined Connect.  Dan started the hour by describing what he believes the meaning of life to be.  He discussed the accident which changed his life.  Dan talked about his life and his healing.  He explained what led him to write his book and what his life purpose is.

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Dr. Judith Orloff, author of ‘Second Sight’ and ‘Positive Energy,’ joined Connect.  Dr. Orloff explained why she wrote ‘Second Sight’ and why it took six years to write.  She discussed how she blends her work, as a medically trained psychiatrist with her intuitive abilities, in her practice.  Dr. Orloff emphasized the value of connecting with our intuition and strategies to do so.  Listen to Dr. Orloff describe which chapter is her favorite and why.

Vermonthealers.org Board members, Marie Frolich and Dr. Jae Ehrich, joined ‘Connect’ to discuss their Expo coming March 27th in Montpelier.  From 9am to 4pm at the Vermont College Gym in Montpelier you will find vendors and workshops galore.  The Expo is Free.  Workshops will cost $5 each.  The event is being sponsored by Hunger Mountain Coop, Newchapter, Cabot Vermont and City Market Place.

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Sincerely – Amy

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Laurel Saville, Author of ‘Postmortem’

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Laurel Saville, author of ‘Postmortem,’ joined Connect.  Laurel discussed her experience as she investigated her mother’s life and death.  Her mother, Anne Ford, ‘was once a beauty pageant winner, an artist, and a fashion designer.  She ended up a bloated, ranting alcoholic street person, stabbed and strangled in a burned out building…’  Listen as Laurel explores the complexities of her mother’s existence.

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Sincerely – Amy

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Thomas Moore, author of ‘A Life at Work:  The Joy of Discovering What You Were Born to Do,’ joined Connect to discuss how to find your life’s work.  He defined what opus means to him.  He described the difference between soul and spirit and much more.  We also discussed his latest book ‘Writing in the Sand:  Jesus & the Soul of the Gospels.’  He discussed the teachings of Jesus, including love/respect and forgiveness.

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Sincerely – Amy

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Is there life after death? Is Heaven Real?

Don Piper thinks so. He died. Don was dead for 90 minutes and he wants to tell you about it.

Don will discuss his fatal accident, and how it is that he has been to Heaven and back. Don will also discuss the impact of his death on on his life and how he has healed – mind, body, soul, and spirit.

An Evening of Hope & Healing with Don Piper, author of ’90 Minutes in Heaven’, as a guest on ‘Connect with Amy Miller.’

Don Piper is the bestselling coauthor of ’90 Minutes in Heaven’ and ‘Heaven is Real.’ An ordained Baptist minister for a quarter of a century, he is a full-time, internationally recoginized evangelist and conference and retreat leader, and is known around the world as “The Minister of Hope.” For more information about Don Piper visit his website DonPiperMinistries.com.

Amy Miller is host of ‘Connect with Amy Miller: Mind, Body, Soul, Spirit’, a Vermont Radio (WSNO 1450am Saturday 9am) and Television Show that focuses on issues of health and empowerment.

March 30th, 7pm to 9pm at the Barre Opera House
Tickets $15 in advance and $20 the day of event
Purchase tickets by calling 802-476-8188, or on the web at BarreOperaHouse.org.
Don Piper’s books will be for sale at the event and he will be available for book signing.

Dr. Paul Blacketor, author of ‘Everyday Useful Quotes,’ joined Connect.  Paul’s book ‘is a source of ideas that will encourage the reader to probe the soul of mankind and inspire others in moments of despair.’  Paul and I discussed several of the quotes from his book.  The quotes lead to discussions about whether we as a soicety honor our aging population and how to love and set boundaries with the people is our lives.

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Sincerely – Amy

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