How can we come to terms with personal and cultural challenges and transform our fear and grief into action that inspire us to channel our gifts to make a positive difference in the world?How can we discover the fluid nature of purpose through expanding our awareness, tuning in and being informed by our own experience and live life joyfully?Join us for our interview with long time Psychosynthesis psychotherapist, author and The Work That Reconnects instructor to learn more about how she discovered Psychosynthesis, studied with Roberto Assagioli and delved more deeply into systems thinking and the ecological self to help bring Psychosynthesis principles from the personal to larger arenas of the environment, social issues and the body politic that impact us all. Learn more about how Psychosynthesis has informed Molly's contributions to The Work That Reconnects and how important this work is for the myriad challenges we have been and continue to face in our world. We discuss the Great Unraveling, facing uncertainty and fear and stepping into our deeper calling. "The call is always there, we are often just making too much noise to hear it."About Molly Young Brown:Molly Young Brown, M.A., M.Div. lives in Mt Shasta, CA with her husband Jim. In her work as a writer, workshop facilitator, and life coach, she draws on the Work That Reconnects, psychosynthesis, and systems thinking, and specializes in working with activists. She co-authored with Joanna Macy both editions of Coming Back to Life (1998, 2014) and edits an online journal, Deep Times: A Journal of the Work That Reconnects. Her other publications include: Growing Whole: Self-realization for the Great Turning; Unfolding Self: The Practice of Psychosynthesis, Held in Love: Life Stories To Inspire Us Through Times of Change (co-editor Carolyn Treadway); and Lighting A Candle: Collected Reflections on a Spiritual Life. Website: MollyYoungBrown.comRecorded January 8, 2021Your Hosts:Craig Behenna is an Australian Psychosynthesis Life Coach and facilitator with the Synthesis Center San Francisco's Coaching Practice Group. He is also a filmmaker, screenwriter, former psychotherapist and, in a much earlier life, a lapsed accountant. Craig began practicing meditation with Thich Nhat Nanh and the community at Plum Village, France. He is also a member of Zen Peacemakers International.Christina Gustafson is a is a Board Certified Coach and Psychosynthesis Life Coach. She is also Certified Massage Practitioner with advanced training in Myofascial Release, a Level IIIReiki Practitioner and a glass artist. About Synthesis Center San Francisco and The Synthesis Center, Amherst, Massachusetts:Synthesis Center San Francisco is a global community of students, teachers, practitioners and facilitators committed to supporting the next generation of psychosynthesis. We offer distance learning programs, including: Board Certified Life Coach training in psychosynthesis in collaboration with The Synthesis Center, personal development programs, continuing education, workshops, group and individual coaching. https://SynthesisCenterSF.comThe Synthesis Center, based in Amherst, Massachusetts, has trained hundreds of individuals from across the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, Mexico, Asia and South Africa through their in-person and distance learning Psychosynthesis Training Programs. Under the direction of Dr. Dorothy (Didi) Firman, The Synthesis Center has been an international resources to the psychos
Cam and Bird are back to examine the death of Molly Young, the Carbondale Police Department and Jackson County's inability to hold person-of-interest Ritchie Minton accountable, and how new developments may give the Young family long-awaited justice.
This week, Cam and Bird cover the tragic, unexplained 2012 death of Molly Young, a woman from Carbondale, Illinois found shot to death in the home of her on-and-off again boyfriend, Richard "Ritchie" Minton. Police promptly ruled out foul play; however, Molly's death presented far too many questions than answers, with many believing that Minton knows a lot more than he is letting on. In the first of two parts, we examine the timeline leading up to Molly Young's untimely death and Ritchie Minton's possible capability.
Molly was just 22 years young when she was found dead on her ex-boyfriends (Richie Minton) bedroom floor in Carbondale, Illinois. To this day no one is behind bars and there has been no justice for Molly or her family. Was this a huge cover up? Was it a simple mistake? Whos to blame? Resources: https://www.endocrineweb.com/conditions/thyroid-cancer/thyroid-cancer https://www.thehotline.org/resources/when-your-partner-threatens-suicide/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vn4-wHZoaD4 Crime Watch Daily https://mitchellhoffmanwolf.com Justice For Molly- Facebook Follow us on instagram: Crime Sidekick Podcast Follow us on Facebook: Crime Sidekick
The House of Versace | Molly Young Breaks Down Donatella’s Excessive Vision | 5
Even the Rich
Today I got together with my sister, Molly Young! She and her family are starting the home building journey. This episode we dive in to the common questions and insights regarding the early steps in the process. You can find Molly's photography on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mollykatephotographyatx/
19. The Death of Molly Young and The Fall River Cult Murders
The Shit Show: A Half Assed True Crime Podcast
This week Sarah tells us about the death of Molly Young and how screwed up that case was. Talysa covers the Fall River Cult Murders, which was horrifying.If you have ANY information in the case of Molly Young please contact the Illinois State Police at 618-542-1180If you or someone you love s struggling with depression or suicidal thoughts PLEASE reach out! The National Suicide Hotline is: 1-800-273-8255 Find us everywhere through our Linktree: https://linktr.ee/shitshowtcp Check our merch store out!: https://teespring.com/stores/the-shit-show-tcp--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shitshowtruecrimepodcast/message
Today we welcome our friend and literary critic from New York Magazine, Molly Young. She gives us a Cape Cod scene report, we chat about surfing, having abs that you’re able to feel from the back, cooking, how all three of our names are painfully normal, cocaine, cobra snake pics, venmo, community college, and we end on helping Molly out with solutions for a particularly delinquent invoice. twitter.com/magicmolly twitter.com/themjeans twitter.com/donetodeath--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support
On this week's business-critical episode, Noah, Rachel and Sam are joined by writer (and surfer) Molly Young to discuss key takeaways from "Garbage Language," her Vulture essay about why corporations speak the way they do. We also talk about what it's like to profile designers like Donatella Versace and Riccardo Tisci, Sam's new hair oil, and the power of positive moments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices