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I'm thrilled to announce that my next special guest in my new series of FREE webinars, ‘In Conversation With...’, is the amazing Marianne Williamson. We'll be exploring the topic Love as a Social Movement, where we will be touching on many interesting topics, including:
• Spiritual activism and the meaning of ‘social love'
• The required shift we must make in ourselves
• Setting up a new ‘beloved’ community
Held Tuesday, January 25th, 2022 at 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET/ 6 pm GMT/ 7 pm CET
This was excellent. Listen to a replay on Lynne's Facebook page.
For those of you who may not know her, Marianne is a bestselling author, political activist and spiritual thought leader. For over three decades Marianne has been a leader in spiritual and religiously progressive circles. She is the author of 14 books, four of which have been #1 New York Times best sellers. A quote from the mega best seller A Return to Love, “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure…” is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers. You can watch the live stream on my Facebook page.
Catch the inspirational account of First Responders training of high schoolers in a local town to meet the demand for volunteers to respond to emergency situations.
Also witness the impact of the wealthy with "too much money" tipping the scales of inequality and lack of addressing the need of how much money is too much - should it be limited and how if it should.
Lots of important things to consider in dialoguing for the future. Quite an eye opener from the stories captured.
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Nurses, patients, and communities alike have an interest in calling on Congress to do something. These three actions would help alleviate the current and future staffing issues on multiple fronts while positively impacting patient outcomes and satisfaction. It is up to you to make your voice heard!
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Dear ANA Member and interprofessional colleagues,
On behalf of the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing, I encourage you to engage in the public comment process for the 2022 National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing Foundational Report.
Your feedback on the report is critical!
The report and instructions for how to provide comments are located here under “Current Opportunities”.
You will want to first review the six-part draft document and then submit your comments via the survey linked on the Public Comment page. Remember to provide the line and page number with each comment to facilitate review.
Thank you for widely sharing this announcement with nursing colleagues, faculty, students, interprofessional colleagues, and other stakeholders. Note the closing date for submission is February 14, 2022, at 5pm EST. Please direct questions or technical issues to: email@example.com.
Ernest J. Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN
President, American Nurses Association
How to provide comments:
Topic for review:
You are enough!
You are wonderful!
Spirit - God has chosen YOU
To lead with your inspirations.
When you feel like frowning,
Smile as it is me cheering you on and saying:
You are enough!
You are wonderful!
Change has come.
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Twelve Resources To Guide You
Dr. Mary Jo Bulbrook, RN, President Akamai University
Change is inevitable. We all know that. Of course, it is hard to accept and manage the demands required by the change no matter what the topic is such as personal, professional, organizational, cultural, racial, climate, environmental, national, or worldwide. Change can include health challenges, money challenges, and life challenges as well. So, take time to face the music. Stand before the orchestra and “direct the musicians” to “play with the instruments that now make up the band” that are part of playing the “new song needed” to be played with the “new musicians in the band” to address the “music” needed or wanted by those you are “playing for.”
Change has hit everyone, everywhere and on all fronts affecting ALL. So, buckle up. Notice what the journey is to meet the change. In essence face head on the physical, mental, heart and soul of CHANGE.
Explore options. Weigh consequences of different roads to take. Decide and walk your path after calling on a Higher Power to accompany you on the journey.
Here are 12 resources to call on to help you.
Attached find the meditation anchoring LOVE, PEACE and JOY lead by me on January 1, 2021 setting the energy for 2022 worldwide. I am grateful for the contributions of those attending by friends and colleagues.
Dr. Bernie Siegel, MD shared his wisdom and insights. Thank you dear Bernie.
Dr. Effie Chow, RN, PhD, Lic. Ac summarized her remedy for renewing energy that has worked wonders world wide.
Listen to assist in anchoring your wishes, dreams and hopes for 2022. Request the recorded meditation here.
Blessings and best wishes to all, Dr. MJ Bulbrook, RN, Akamai University, President
Dr. Mary Jo Bulbrook,
Dr. Mary Jo Bulbook, BSN, RN, MEd, EdD, CEMP/S/I, HTCP, ICF
International Educator, Psychotherapist, Mystic, Energy Healer, Shaman
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