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Navigation Points #19 Imagining Hope

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Navigation Points #19 Imagining Hope
This is Part One of Three of a special conversation is cohosted by Caryl Hallberg host of Navigation Points and principle at DogWatch Navigation, and Russ Jennings, host of the podcast series Love in a Dangerous Time and founder of Common Soul Productions. Joining them around the table are The Reverend Doctor Robert L. Brashear; The Reverend Doctor Clyde Kuemmerle; Reverend Stephen C. Holton; Reverend Stephen H Phelps; Reverend Suzanne Wiedel-Pace, Joel McGlynn. These amazing thought and faith leaders have agreed to sit down with us over breakfast and offer their ideas on the topic of hope.

The Rev. Dr. Robert L. Brashear
Retired Presbyterian Minister. Now teaching in seminaries in the US, Europe and Latin America. Singer/songwriter, performing often in NYC.
https://www.rlbrashear.com/about

The Reverend Doctor Clyde Kuemmerle
Clyde Kuemmerle, M.Div, Ph.D. has worked with the hungry and homeless of New York for thirty years; thirteen of which were as the Associate Director of the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen. Rev. Dr. Kuemmerle works with the Micah Institute on issues of Social and Economic Justice. He is the founder of Ecclesia Ministries of New York, which offers pastoral care to the homeless through weekly (rain or shine) religious services in three of New York’s city parks.
http://www.ecclesiany.org/

Reverend Stephen C. Holton
An Episcopal priest for 30 years, doing multi cultural ministry for 35 years.
https://www.episcopalchurch.org/library/article/warriors-dream-uses-african-drumming-scripture-reflection-build-community

Reverend Stephen H Phelps
Retired Presbyerian Minister. Now working on special projects for the Presbytery of New York, and with the Micah Institute.
http://www.stephenhphelps.com/?page_id=2

Reverend Suzanne Wiedel-Pace – pastor, chaplain, social worker and seeker of hope and hope seeker and art maker. 
http://bewitchedswp.com/about/

Joel McGlynn
Student of philosophy and religion, writer, and musician/performer in the duo, Hot Glue and the Gun.
http://www.hotglueandthegun.com/

Russ Jennings
Feral Christian, editor of the Micah Institute newsletter, host/producer of podcast, Love in a Dangerous Time.
http://loveinadangeroustime.net/about 


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Navigation Points #20 Constructing Hope

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This episode of Navigation Points, Constructing Hope, is Part Two of a conversation on hope which is taking place in NYC over breakfast at Tom’s restaurant. Tom’s is famous for being the café featured in many episodes of the TV show Seinfeld.

Gathered around the table with host Caryl Hallberg are: Reverend Suzanne Wiedel-Pace, pastor, Chaplin, social worker and seeker of hope; retired clergy, Reverend Stephen H Phelps; Joel McGlynn, hope seeker and art maker extraordinar; the Reverend Doctor Clyde Kuemmerle; Reverend Stephen C. Holton, an episcopal priest for 30 years, doing multi-cultural ministry for 35 years; the Reverend Doctor Robert L. Brashear; and Caryl’s co-host Russ Jennings, host of the podcast series Love in a Dangerous Time and founder of Common Soul Productions. We are rejoining the conversation a breath after the last episode ended.

​Don’t miss Part Three, Agents of Hope, the final segment of this conversation.

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Navigation Points #21 Agents of Hope

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This episode of Navigation Points, Agents of Hope, is Part Three of a conversation on hope which is taking place in NYC over breakfast at Tom’s restaurant. Tom’s is famous for being the café featured in many episodes of the TV show Seinfeld.
Gathered around the table with host Caryl Hallberg are: Reverend Suzanne Wiedel-Pace, pastor, Chaplin, social worker and seeker of hope; retired clergy, Reverend Stephen H Phelps; Joel McGlynn, hope seeker and art maker extraordinar; the Reverend Doctor Clyde Kuemmerle; Reverend Stephen C. Holton, an episcopal priest for 30 years, doing multi-cultural ministry for 35 years; the Reverend Doctor Robert L. Brashear; and Caryl’s co-host Russ Jennings, host of the podcast series Love in a Dangerous Time and founder of Common Soul Productions. We are rejoining the conversation a breath after the last episode ended.
​This is the final segment of this conversation.

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Navigation Points #22 Empaths Are People Too!

“It ain’t my circus; ain’t my monkeys.”

Easy to say, but for some of us, especially those in a helping field, taking on other people's circuses is what we find happening if we aren't careful to establish our boundaries and ground ourselves.
For some people, who identify as empaths, there doesn't seem to be a choice sometimes. Empaths take on other peoples emotions, energy in a very real and often physical way. That is what this episode is all about. I wanted to explore the reality of being an empath and look at the way they learn to deal with the impact of others on their spirit. This is the first of a two part series of what it means to be an empath and the techniques of managing the emotional baggage that an empath takes into their being. 
The good news for the rest of us is that these meditations and techniques can help us release unwanted emotional burdens and center ourselves in the present moment.

Navigation Points #23 When Bad Things Happen

Bad things happen to everyone occasionally.
Sometimes it can feel like that is all that is happening, one bad thing after another.
When you start to feel like you are being punished or that you somehow deserve to have bad things happen, then you are telling yourself a story that isn't true. You are experiencing a limiting belief.
Learn how to choose a different path and a different more empowering belief system. Be sure to check out the companion piece blog for February 2019 for techniques you can use.

Navigation Points #24 Smell the Flowers

Back in 1950's professional golfer, Walter Hagen, coined the phrase. "You're only here for a short visit. Don't hurry, don't worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way."
This episode of Navigation Points explores the idea of appreciation as a way to mindfulness and how that connects with being able to solve problems and live a joyous fulfilled life. Learn how we connect to our spiritual natures in seven different ways.
When you can access your spirituality, you will find that you are energized, and renewed. When you find that sense of appreciation and perhaps gratitude, it is easier to look at your problems dispassionately with clearer understanding. It becomes easier to find solutions, to move forward with hard tasks, and to gain a perspective that releases stress and anxiety.

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Produced by DogWAtch Navigation LLC
Executive Producer - Russ Jennings, Common Souls Productions
Music - Robert Jennings
Art - Antonia “Mabs” Rodriquez 
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