Forever in our Hearts: 5 Ways to honor deceased loved ones in this holiday season
Beginning with a story of what her hair dresser told her about Ed when he lived in Pittsburgh 40 years ago this delightful interview explores strategies for honoring deceased loved ones during the holidays. “Calling a loved ones’ name brings them into the room”, says Sheila K Collins, an expert on grief and loss. “Follow this with the sharing of stories, the memories we each carry close to our hearts, and you will find you stay connected to those you’ve loved and lost.” This insightful interview with Ed Tyll offers definite suggestions for people who may be facing the holiday season with some dread. Dr. Collins explores the concept of “co-destiny” where the one left behind can act on behalf of their loved one – continuing to carry out their legacy.
How We Can ‘Interplay’ Our Body, Mind, Heart, and Circumstances
“Whatever life hands us, we have to pick up and dance with it,” says Sheila K. Collins, Ph.D., and author of Warrior Mother: Fierce Love, Unbearable Loss and Rituals That Heal. After experiencing the kind of personal loss few of us could imagine, Sheila found “some stories are too big for the body to hold.” She learned to relax and release through Interplay, and the group support she received, and is teaching others to have their own interplay experience. Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, Interplay has groups in five continents and 60 United States cities. http://www.unity.fm/episode/AffirmativePrayer_042015
Big Blend Radio with Nancy Reid and Lisa Smith
Give a listen to the conversation I had with mother/daughter travel team Nancy Reid and Lisa Smith on their Happy Hour Variety Radio Show. Their aim is to visit every one of our 401 national parks in the next four years and this particular day they were in Yosemite National Park. We discussed my book Warrior Mother and the person, living or deceased, that I would most want to experience Happy Hour with. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
Bread for the Journey with Marianna Cacciatore
Bread for the Journey with Marianna Cacciatore is about Ordinary People Leading Extraordinary Lives. Listen to this conversation with Marianna Cacciatore, whose organization has the goal of nurturing the seed of generosity in every person. I loved speaking with someone as knowledgeable as Marianna is about the grief process. She’s an author of a book about helping children deal with loss. https://
Unlimited Realities with Lisa Zimmer
We speak with PhD Author/Professor Sheila Collins. Author of: WARRIOR MOTHER As she tells us about her journey of emotional devastation as her daughter battles breast cancer and her son AIDS. Truly inspiring and life changing story. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/unlimited-realities-with-lisa-zimmer/2014/01/09/courage-redefined
Soul Food for your Consciousness
I met this radio host in person at an InterPlay training I was teaching in Atlanta. He’s a warm, inquisitive person with a dedication to help the world heal. For over 15 years, Adé Anifowose (pronounced – Annie-Foh-Woh-Shay) he has served as a Transformational Agent, Life Coach, Workshop Facilitator and Radio Host, assisting people in recognizing their potential and re-discovering themselves. His theme is “Building Harmonious Relationships,” and he inspires clients to see who they really are, enhancing their realization that there is more of themselves they have yet to experience in this ever-evolving life.