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, November 24, 2012

The holidays can be a difficult time for many. Today we focused on how the practice of gratitude can free ourselves so we can defuse the pain and loss and bring much more positive growth in your lives, especially during times of struggle. We spoke with two inspiring souls, Damon Kinnamon and friend Vicki who shared their own stories of challenge and how gratitude helped carry them through. To hear today’s show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2012/11/23/thanksgiving-freedom

Saturday, November 17, 2012


Today we turned the tables on co-host Jim Ellis...
Other co-host Jennifer Geronimo interviewed her co-host's alter-ego James Anthony Ellis about his new book: "The Honor Book" and it was quite a discussion. "James" discussed the power of a man's word and what he must do whenever that word is broken - not only for himself but also for the wellbeing of that man's circle of influence. Through the filter of a man who has spent 15 years in a men's organization, the topic of honor was alive and well in this inspiring episode.
Listen in as James speaks passionately about a topic he believes is vital for all of our success - as individuals, and as members of healthy community. Hear it here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2012/11/16/guest-james-anthony-ellis
Regarding his new book ... rarely in this day and age do you find a book just for men, but this is no ordinary book. “The Honor Book: Reclaim the Honorable Life for Your Power, Success and Freedom” is a book about honor that doesn’t have its foundation in religion nor military. According to author James Anthony Ellis, somewhere in the dawning of the Industrial Age, when fathers took their leave from the family unit in order to "make a living," the masculine male role models were lost to those who may have needed them most. What has transpired over the decades is the deterioration of a "code of honor" that held sacred the power of a man's word and held strong the family and community structures. This powerful, poignant and personal book, written in a forceful yet lighthearted way, will appeal to all men searching for a masculine spirit that is still held sacred, a male identity that has a place in our families and communities, a strong presence that maintains, sustains and protects all that is honorable within our relationships, society and world.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Today's show focused directly on a huge topic facing many Americans - Genetically Modified Organisms or GMOs found in many of our foods. The controversial topic was played out in the California election through Proposition 37, which called for the labeling of all foods that were made with GMOs.We spoke with Lori Pennington about this topic. A volunteer for CARightToKnow.org for the past 16 months, Lori can be found on Facebook at GMOfreeLosAngeles. She had much insight to share about this vital issue.To hear this show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2012/11/09/guest-lori-pennington

Monday, November 5, 2012

Today we talked with Arvis Jones, and we were astonished. A rich experience to hear how Arvis has supported many in the recovery using Music Therapy, including herself after the murder of her 38-year-old son.

She is well accomplished. Arvis was one of the first African American Music Therapist employed by Arts & Services for the Disabled. Arvis was also the first Music Therapist at the Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic, working with children and youth of all ages who have emotional and environmental problems. As founder of the Center For Grief and Loss Children’s Choir, she provides grief and loss training for therapists, clinicians, teachers, after-school personnel, clergy, parents, and volunteers. Through a grant provided by the L. A. City Attorney’s Office, she has developed a grief and loss program for nine middle schools of LAUSD. She works with the L. A. Mayor’s Crises Response Team and the LAPD. Arvis has received numerous awards including, Woman of Distinction of Senate District 25, and Pioneer Woman of Council District 15.
To listen to our show with this amazing woman: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomforall/2012/11/02/guest-arvis-jones