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  • Who Can I Trust? Part 4 of 5 Psalm 119:70-72 We sabotage ourselves when we become guarded and self-protective. The solution to guardedness is vulnerability. Toxic shame is at the root of why we do bad things and why bad things happen to us. It begins when we unknowingly internalize the shame of not being good enough. Debbie Ford p. 42. For more information visit
  • Psychosocial Risk Factor Survey (PRFS)-Depression Interpretation.wmv Interpretation of the Depression Scale of the Psychosocial Risk Factor Survey(PRFS) by Dr. Kent Eichenauer and Dr. Glenn Feltz. The PRFS is designed to screen for Depression, Anxiety, Anger/Hostility, Social Isolation, and Emotional Guardedness in cardiac and pulmonary patients.
  • Psychosocial Risk Factor Survey (PRFS)-Social Isolation.wmv Interpretation of the Social Isolation Scale of the Psychosocial Risk Factor Survey(PRFS) by Dr. Kent Eichenauer and Dr. Glenn Feltz. The PRFS is designed to screen for Depression, Anxiety, Anger/Hostility, Social Isolation, and Emotional Guardedness in cardiac and pulmonary patients.
  • Who Can I Trust? Part 1 of 5 Psalm 119:70-72 We sabotage ourselves when we become guarded and self-protective. The solution to guardedness is vulnerability. Toxic shame is at the root of why we do bad things and why bad things happen to us. It begins when we unknowingly internalize the shame of not being good enough. Debbie Ford p. 42. For more information visit
  • Psychosocial Risk Factor Survey (PRFS)-Emotional Guardedness Interpretation.wmv Interpretation of the Emotional Guardedness Scale of the Psychosocial Risk Factor Survey(PRFS) by Dr. Kent Eichenauer and Dr. Glenn Feltz. The PRFS is designed to screen for Depression, Anxiety, Anger/Hostility, Social Isolation, and Emotional Guardedness in cardiac and pulmonary patients.
  • Who Can I Trust? Part 3 of 5 Psalm 119:70-72 We sabotage ourselves when we become guarded and self-protective. The solution to guardedness is vulnerability. Toxic shame is at the root of why we do bad things and why bad things happen to us. It begins when we unknowingly internalize the shame of not being good enough. Debbie Ford p. 42. For more information visit
  • Toilet CCTV bluff works www.mid- Univ dept comes up with unique idea to prevent theft of taps, pipes.A strange guardedness comes over students and faculty members on the University of Pune campus every time they want to use the washroom these days. A notice pasted above the door of a men's room started it all with the warning that users were under CCTV surveillance.The notice in Marathi says, "Saavdhan! He toilet closed circuit TV niyantranakhali aahe."The warning is a hoax, put up by Dr Manohar Jadhav, head of the Marathi Department, to keep theft under control. It seems to be working for now, and in more ways than originally intended -- people are keeping washrooms cleaner than before and even the genius of wall scrawlers seems to have dried up. Story & Video By - Vivek Sabnis,Mid-Day,Pune
  • Improv Team Building Playing Mantis presents team building with a creative twist. This is a team build experience with a difference since it is comprised of interactive exercises from the world of improvisational theatre. • Break down the barriers of unfamiliarity and guardedness through humour and laughter. • Learn skills to develop team work and collaborative creativity. • Create new relationships based on shared experience. 6. Learn improvisation skills to help one deal with change.
  • POINTS OF LIGHT WHERE SHAME IS MASTER CONTROL EMOTION OF DISPLAY.wmv POINTS OF LIGHT IN BODY ELECTRIC CORRIDOR MERIDIAN CHANNELLINGS WHERE 'SHAME' AS MASTER CONTROL OF EMOTION LIMITS, INHIBITS, DENIES IN SERVITUDE TO IMPOSITION ORDER AS HYPERVIGILANCE BECOMES GUARDEDNESS AGAINST THREAT OF EXPOSURE IN A WALLING THAT PRECLUDES REAL ***UAL AWAKENING...IT IS INTENSITY DENSITY IN CLOSED CIRCULARITY AS FORTRESSED THAT BLOCKS ***UAL SPONTANEITY PRESENCE AS CART BEFORE HORSE 'SHOULD-COULD-OUGHT-WOULD' OR SCOW IS POWER QUEST IN WANTING TO BE WANTED GREATER THAN LOVE TRUTH OF WILL-URGENCY
  • How To Read Peoples Minds Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from LonnyNewton and more videos in the Communication category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at We can't really tell you how to become a mind reader. But we can teach you how to make some impressively accurate guesses, based on psychics' tricks of the trade. To complete this How-To you will need: A pleasant demeanor A keen eye Leading statements Listening skills A knowledge of human nature The ability to read body language Step 1: Prime them Use your body language to make the person comfortable around you. Smile, tilt your head to one side when you're listening to them, keep your arms unfolded, and point your torso and feet toward theirs. Step 2: Read their palms Gauge how relaxed they are by reading their palms. Are their hands tightly clenched? When you shake their hand, is it cold and clammy or hot and sweaty? All indicate unease. Step 3: Study their face Study their face, specifically the upper portion. A fake smile does not reach the eyes, so if the area around the eyes remains smooth and un-crinkled, the smiling person may really be feeling nervous or skeptical. Tip: Of course too much Botox might throw off this test. Step 4: Go fishing Make a general statement that will help you fish for information—something vague ...
  • Life at a high frequency and Abraham on joy :) Q: I was just wondering what it would look like if, if we had these skills perfectly down, if we were evolved to create deliberately, and we had the Art of Allowing down, what would it look like? Abraham: You would be someone who is fresh and light all of the time. You would be someone who others, who know you, would say, this person is always smiling and always happy. You would be someone who others would say, it seems like all she has to do is lightly suggest something, and next time I turn around it's in her experience. It would be like passion and adventure, and eagerness just rotating in your experience. You would vacillate between joy and contentment and exhilaration and love and satisfaction, and eagerness. It's a wonderful state of being. You would feel confident. In other words, as we would say, what's your dominant vibration? Are you secure or insecure? Secure. Are you happy or sad? Happy. Are you exhilarated or defeated? Exhilarated. Are you flexible or tense? Flexible. In other words, your answers would all reflect the joyful state of being that you found. In other words, when you are allowing, all the time, the Pure Positive Energy that is You flowing through, you would feel great. "And so, from the Nonphysical Perspective there was no feeling of guardedness. There was no long list. You did not make a long list and tuck it into the umbilical cord pocket that says, "Now, remember this and remember this and remember this and remember this," because that part of ...
  • IT'S YOUR NEW ROSE,SIS-NEUROSIS.wmv EXCESSIVELY ***IZED ENMESHMENT FAMILIARITY CONSTRAINTS OF EARLY FAMILY EXCITEMENT EROS ACTIVATION...IMBALANCES IN FAMILY SECRETS OF FORTRESS GUARDEDNESS...DISTORTIONS IN HUNGERS, DRESS, DEPRIVATION, COVER-UPS...ROLE RIGIDITY CONFINEMENTS IN IMPOSITION ORDER MEDIATION CONTROL...SHAME VANITY FEAR OF EXPOSURE AGAINST LOSS OF ILLUSION-POWER OF MYTHS OF FANTASY IDENTITY...
  • Closer Grace Williams.wmv Think about when you were young. Did you have a special blanket? Or did you have a teddy bear? Even when you were young, the evidence of your thirst for God was clear. Is it wrong to let children become so attached to a blanket? Absolutely not! However, the job of a parent is to help our children to make the transition from clinging to their blanket to clinging to God, not to their friends or anyone else. Dont wait to start when they are a ***ager because the transition has already begun. Remind them often that it is only the presence of God that can satisfy. When they get hurt by their friends, encourage them to soothe themselves by enjoying the presence of God. Concerning God's love, Jesus said, "Abide in Me...abide in My love" (John 15:7,9). Love is more than an adjective that describes God. The love of God is God Himself: "God is love" (1 John 4:8). The love of God here is His presence around us. For now, the thought of it might make you afraid, but take courage: if you want to make God your refuge, the path you must take will lead you to deal with your fears until you drop your guardedness and learn to stay inside the presence of Gods love. You will have to come to the place where you submit into believing, "The Lord loves His people" (2 Chron. 2:11).
  • President Bush nominates ex-CIA Director Robert Gates as Donald Rumsfeld's replacement 2006. Obama's pick. Change? Six Presidents Served A career intelligence officer, Robert M. Gates has emphasized the number of presidents he served and the long sweep of history he witnessed. The sixty-three year old Gates indeed worked under every US president from Richard M. Nixon to George Herbert Walker Bush, and has now been nominated by the second President Bush as secretary of defense. His resume includes some key periods in contemporary history, serving in a White House role as Deputy National Security Adviser during the first Gulf War, leading the US intelligence community in the wake of the fall of the Soviet Union, being implicated in the Iran-Contra affair, taking an active role in directing CIA intelligence ***ysis during the Reagan administration, fulfilling assignment as a staff aide to National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski during the Carter administration, working on US national intelligence estimates on the Soviet Union, and playing a peripheral role in nuclear arms limitation talks during their early years. Gates holds a PhD from Georgetown University, graduated from the University of Indiana, and was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. His only direct military experience was as a young officer in the United States Air Force, where he worked primarily as an intelligence ***yst, including for the Minuteman ICBM missile wing stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri. The record suggests that Gates combines caution and ambition. As Director ...
  • Zenith - Working Girl CHORUS: Nobody knows who I really am I never felt this empty before And if I ever need someone to come along Who's gonna comfort me, and keep me strong? VERSE 1: She's a working girl, ain't got no time for me Just like everyone else, I wait in line to see My love, seems the whole thing's backwards to me Wonderin' how this role reversal could happen to me I thought she was a catch, when we started datin' Good taste in music, fine wine and conversation But soon I got the feelin' she was overcompensatin' Every conversation was a mini-confrontation But not as in an argument, I wasn't startin' *** It was like she had a barrier, a hard guardedness Coz she never let her human side show, like five-O Made my insides die slow, I know That she's gotta keep up appearances, so do I But she had a soldier's eyes like she didn't know to cry When she was sad, it was somethin' that I couldn't get past Coz if push came to shove, I knew she'd stab me in the back So alas, if I knew that when we started datin' Perhaps I wouldn't have to suggest we parted ways then VERSE 2: She's a working girl, ain't got no time for me Just like everyone else, I wait in line to see My love, seems the whole thing's backwards to me Wonderin' how this role reversal could happen to me When she starts to talk, sometimes I start to shiver Coz I look into her eyes and see my father in her He was married to my mom, but his job was his mistress And I rated only as a barely acknowledged existence I'd like to think some ...
  • Evan Imber Black Family Therapy Video Secrets have far-reaching implications for families, setting the stage for a tense emotional climate of guardedness, anger, and reactivity. In this video, Evan Imber-Black leads a moving series of reenacted family therapy sessions to illustrate the important stages of helping families to uncover their shrouded pasts.
  • Who Can I Trust? Part 5 of 5 Psalm 119:70-72 We sabotage ourselves when we become guarded and self-protective. The solution to guardedness is vulnerability. Toxic shame is at the root of why we do bad things and why bad things happen to us. It begins when we unknowingly internalize the shame of not being good enough. Debbie Ford p. 42. For more information visit
  • Who Can I Trust? Part 2 of 5 Psalm 119:70-72 We sabotage ourselves when we become guarded and self-protective. The solution to guardedness is vulnerability. Toxic shame is at the root of why we do bad things and why bad things happen to us. It begins when we unknowingly internalize the shame of not being good enough. Debbie Ford p. 42. For more information visit