What is "1000 Breaths"

On the last day of the year in 2010 and 2011, a special event called "1000 Breaths" awakened audiences to their own innate power of freedom as well as supported a movement to free the enslaved children trapped into a prostituted lifestyle they do not truly choose.

What started as the 1000 Breaths fundraiser event has become a movement for the freedom of us all. This blog expands now to encompass all the good works being done in the name of "freedom for all" as heard on the "FREEDOM FOR ALL" Internet Radio show.


Saturday, September 29, 2012

Welcoming Carissa Phelps and D'lita Miller to the show was eye opening. Carissa formerly a prostituted youth at 13 and now CEO of Runaway Girl, Inc, attorney, crisis counselor, mentor, author and advocate for runaway and homeless youth shared her story of inspiration, hope, and success. D'lita Miller is a trainer for Runaway Girl Inc. Her story and that of her daughter will bring home just how important it is to bring awareness to the important topic of child sex slavery. Both gave hope to the vision of freedom for a modern-day slavery everyone should know about,. To hear the show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2012/09/28/guest-carissa-phelps

Sunday, September 23, 2012

As seen on ABC, CBS, and The Huffington Post, a quite ambitious 8-year-old Vivienne Harr raises money at her lemonade stand to help free children enslaved around the world. On Friday, September 21, Jim and Jennifer were excited to welcome Vivienne and her father Eric to relate this very inspiring story, but due to unexpected circumstances the guests were unable to make it. They however are rescheduled for the Friday, October 19 broadcast. On this show, Jim and Jennifer discussed the film Indoctrinated: The Grooming of Our Children Into Prostitution (www.indoctrinated.org) and various topics related to freedom. It turned out to be an informative, engaging and thought-provoking show.
To Listen:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2012/09/21/guest-vivienne-harr

Saturday, September 15, 2012

There are many engaged in the cause of ending violence and abuse in our world, but few who have had the impact that Bob Geffner has had.  We had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Geffner, president and founder of the Institute of Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT), a day following IVAT's international conference, which brought in over 1500 people from 49 states and over 15 countries. IVAT’s 17thannual International Conference took place September 9 - 12 in San Diego, attracting professionals, counselors, researchers, policy makers, survivors, and advocates in order to find solutions and share knowledge, experience and hope. Among many accolades, Geffner is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in California and Texas. He has also served on several national and state committees dealing with various aspects of family psychology, family violence, child abuse, and family law. He has presented over 450 keynote addresses, workshops and seminars at international, national, regional, and state conferences and meetings. In short, Geffner stands for the freedom for many afflicted human who is presently experiencing the trauma of abuse or violence.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Hope, a pop sensation ready to explode onto the scene, was our guest on "Freedom For All" this week. With over 1 million listens/friends on My Space, this one is definitely going places. People on YouTube are even posting covers to her songs. Hear her songs and you know what everyone is getting. Hope's passion for her songs takes listeners on a journey to soul, love and hope.
Originally from Woodstock, NY, Hope learned piano and guitar as a child and started writing songs at 13. After high school she came to LA with $40 in her pocket. Playing to passersby at LA Venice Beach boardwalk, her popularity grew, leading to a self-titled Debut CD, which includes a duet with Jason Mraz. Hope has landed her songs in Tyler Perry’s “Why Did I Get Married,” “P.S. I Love You,” “Step Up 2,” MTV’s “The City” and many more. She can be found at FollowHope.com.