The Audience will see the integration of our first 2 episodes that we did on Disconnection and Tattered Wings. The latter being the resulting limitations in our spiritual health due to trauma. How can you have a relationship when you can completely connect? So these kinds of questions will also be answered.
We invite you to enter into the dynamics of what a relationship is and is not. A relationship is designed to help the other, (our partner) grow in spirit and love, and many times we can see how our relationships become a power struggle.
Join us as we explore the intricacies of partnership, relationship, and love. Are we experiencing a relationship or a power struggle??? Come and see for yourself.
Frank starts the show by reminding listeners of the previous episodes that featured this week's guest, Georgeann Dau, which focused on disconnection and tattered wings. This episode is about how this all is connected to relationships. Georgeann gives a recap of what tattered wings are and explains how our idea of relationships is formed by our families. She goes on to talk about how feelings and memories from your formative years can be transposed onto adult relationships. She also says that today’s fast paced world does not usually leave enough time for relationships to build strong foundations. She attributes this largely to technology. Frank talks about the impact COVID has had on relationships.
Georgeann talks about the spiritual aspect of relationships. She stresses the importance of loving yourself and talks about what love is. She says that love is deeming the absolute best for the other. She then talks about what the Old Testament says about a husband and wife’s love for each other. She talks about the importance of love and relationships for our physical and emotional health. However, she also mentions that it is better to be alone than to be in a bad relationship. She talks about our tendency to act based on what we think others need rather than what they are saying they need because of our egos. Frank connects what Georgeann is talking about to the common fear of abandonment that people experience in intimate relationships. Georgeann talks about the unconscious tendency for people to recreate their family of origin in adulthood. She also talks about the ongoing commitment involved in marriage.
Frank asks Georgeann what is the driver for relationships becoming insolvent. Georgeann talks about the two portals to growth and being able to transcend your tattered wings which are love and suffering. She encourages listeners to get help if they are being held back by their tattered wings. Georgeann then emphasizes that we are all born of love despite circumstances sometimes making people feel like that isn’t the case. She also talks about the benefits of spending time reading, with family, or in nature instead of on social media. She says that without intervention someone’s upbringing is likely to be repeated over and over again like a broken record. She also talks about how prejudice is a learned social construct.
Georgeann talks about the importance of spiritual health as a part of psychological care. She says that because the mind, body, and soul all hold the spirit of God, spiritual health allows us to feel connected and whole. She then relates the psychology she has talked about back to religious texts. She talks about her own journey to religion after not having grown up religious. Georgeann can be found at https://www.drgdau.com. Georgeann closes the show in a moment of prayer.
00:00:32.520 --> 00:00:40.320 Frank R. Harrison: hey everybody and welcome to an episode of frank about health, that is, in my opinion, the apex of the trilogy, that is, Georgia and.
00:00:41.430 --> 00:00:48.600 Frank R. Harrison: If any of you have recalled from previous episodes with George and she and I had an episode about the pain of disconnection.
00:00:48.900 --> 00:00:55.380 Frank R. Harrison: We had an episode that was a subtext about how, when we feel disconnected and we go through our journey in life.
00:00:55.710 --> 00:01:00.750 Frank R. Harrison: We like a butterfly go through tattered wings feel a little fractured or a little bit.
00:01:01.110 --> 00:01:10.410 Frank R. Harrison: beaten down by different issues and traumas and things like that, and she gave a wonderful spiritual understanding as to how we can move on through life.
00:01:10.680 --> 00:01:17.730 Frank R. Harrison: With those tantric wings and today we're going to give the best example of how you can, and that is through relationship.
00:01:18.150 --> 00:01:25.740 Frank R. Harrison: To have a healthy spiritual rewarding relationship, while living with tattered wings in addition.
00:01:25.980 --> 00:01:35.250 Frank R. Harrison: While being reminded, as we all are, that our Traumas from the past can sometimes be triggered by events of the future, at least, having.
00:01:35.490 --> 00:01:54.150 Frank R. Harrison: A spiritual compass and an emotional focus in, especially in your relationship will be what we can discuss in the hour, as we really look at how to further enhance our spiritual health, so that all being said, George and welcome back to frank about health.
00:01:55.200 --> 00:01:59.160 Georgeann Dau: Thank you always have a way of really making everything beautifully.
00:02:00.390 --> 00:02:03.360 Georgeann Dau: To the point and concise I love that thanks.
00:02:03.630 --> 00:02:04.440 Georgeann Dau: for having me.
00:02:04.620 --> 00:02:05.220 Frank R. Harrison: it's always.
00:02:05.610 --> 00:02:07.530 Georgeann Dau: Good to be here with all of you, thank you.
00:02:08.250 --> 00:02:18.120 Frank R. Harrison: Oh, and by the way, as a disclaimer, this is not to tell any of you listeners or viewers out there, what you should or should not do.
00:02:18.390 --> 00:02:29.070 Frank R. Harrison: With your relationships with your spiritual health focus or guidelines anything that you here today to not represent the views of frank about health or talk radio dot nyc.
00:02:29.310 --> 00:02:43.830 Frank R. Harrison: But they do represent two individuals myself in Georgian who have a focus and an expertise that we want to share during the hour and then open up to our point of view, to see if it's something that can help you out in the long run.
00:02:44.160 --> 00:02:51.960 Frank R. Harrison: That all being said we're just going to have a wonderful conversation that's next hour absolutely we always do that's great yes, yes.
00:02:51.990 --> 00:02:52.980 Georgeann Dau: So so.
00:02:53.400 --> 00:02:54.510 Frank R. Harrison: yeah all means give.
00:02:54.780 --> 00:03:09.210 Frank R. Harrison: me your viewpoint on relationships, because I liked your I like the way you announced it when I was putting the promotion together for this episode you mentioned, it was an aspect of spiritual development and rebirth yeah like to know more about that.
00:03:09.270 --> 00:03:16.890 Georgeann Dau: Yes, so first if, if I may I just like to talk about what just as a recount.
00:03:17.910 --> 00:03:24.000 Georgeann Dau: What are our tattered wings and how do they form, so we are all.
00:03:25.590 --> 00:03:34.800 Georgeann Dau: Born 360 degrees perfect were in the womb, everything is provided, were in heaven were in utopia.
00:03:35.550 --> 00:03:52.800 Georgeann Dau: were born and just to be born is our first experience of rejection because we're not really asking to come out, we are being forced out so that being said, we're born into this world which all of us have some level of dysfunction.
00:03:53.940 --> 00:03:58.620 Georgeann Dau: The only difference is, those of us that know it and those of us that still defend against that.
00:03:59.670 --> 00:04:19.650 Georgeann Dau: And so, in that dysfunction we all live together in a family unit and we learn about reality from this family unit as an infant we don't have any cognition so we learn by taking everything in as a sponge.
00:04:21.060 --> 00:04:33.240 Georgeann Dau: So what we see what we hear what we what we how we have touched all of that tells us something about ourselves, and about the environment and about the world at large.
00:04:34.050 --> 00:04:41.820 Georgeann Dau: So, then, we grow up and we're an adult everything that we experience what I call pre talking intrauterine because in the womb.
00:04:42.360 --> 00:04:48.030 Georgeann Dau: We do have an experience we have our own experience in our developmental stages with forming.
00:04:48.570 --> 00:04:57.030 Georgeann Dau: And from the from the fetus into an infant before we're born, but we all have the experience of full of whom it is of mother.
00:04:57.960 --> 00:05:17.130 Georgeann Dau: And so, how mother felt being born what was going when Martin when how mother felt what she was carrying you before you were born and mothers take on the the marriage at that time, all of that gets put into us energetically so it's not boo energy it's through the woman's nervous system.
00:05:17.670 --> 00:05:41.970 Georgeann Dau: Right That being said, um so we a relationship is the most important thing that we can learn from family if it's not a really good cohesive family, which really not many times there aren't many unfortunately right That being said, our idea of relationship.
00:05:43.200 --> 00:05:45.360 Georgeann Dau: comes from what we saw growing up.
00:05:46.590 --> 00:06:01.410 Georgeann Dau: Now, the purpose of a relationship spiritually is to learn to love and to help the others develop their soul so as as a party in the relationship, hopefully, my soul will be developing.
00:06:02.520 --> 00:06:13.200 Georgeann Dau: And the other person my mates so is being developed as I work within myself and with them in love to help them develop.
00:06:14.880 --> 00:06:17.100 Georgeann Dau: What I see in today's age frank.
00:06:19.410 --> 00:06:19.920 Georgeann Dau: Is.
00:06:22.590 --> 00:06:31.080 Georgeann Dau: When we quote fall in love what's happening is when we have those really intense feelings.
00:06:31.860 --> 00:06:48.990 Georgeann Dau: what's really happening is we are projecting onto that person parts of ourselves that we love we don't even know this person that quote with falling in love with and when the relationship doesn't have a strong foundation of.
00:06:50.130 --> 00:06:51.480 Georgeann Dau: couple of years really.
00:06:54.030 --> 00:06:59.460 Georgeann Dau: When we become intimate too quickly in the relationship.
00:07:00.720 --> 00:07:08.190 Georgeann Dau: And we are kissing and hugging what happens is it triggers inside of us our unconscious memory.
00:07:08.520 --> 00:07:25.110 Georgeann Dau: Of what it was to be breastfed or bottle fed when mommy is making eye contact with us and looking into arise and we're happy and we're getting filled with with warm and love and when we're feeling love.
00:07:26.460 --> 00:07:37.860 Georgeann Dau: That gets wet that's what gets transposed onto the early relationship before we even know what that who that person is when we're hugging and kissing them.
00:07:38.550 --> 00:07:55.890 Georgeann Dau: Right, the one, fortunately, that really sort of takes the the romance out of out of a relationship i'm sorry, but this is not only my opinion, this is the opinion of Freud spotnitz.
00:07:57.360 --> 00:07:58.890 Georgeann Dau: traveler and lawyer.
00:08:00.690 --> 00:08:01.320 Georgeann Dau: You know.
00:08:02.640 --> 00:08:03.330 Georgeann Dau: Young.
00:08:03.990 --> 00:08:05.160 Frank R. Harrison: Yes, right.
00:08:05.370 --> 00:08:06.990 Georgeann Dau: And so.
00:08:08.370 --> 00:08:21.180 Georgeann Dau: No one likes to hear that because we live in a world today that, unlike in the days of old when there would be a courting period where people would meet, and they would they live.
00:08:22.290 --> 00:08:30.870 Georgeann Dau: Maybe, even if they live, the town over they would write letters and it would take a long time to receive the letter, so you had the anticipation of waiting.
00:08:31.110 --> 00:08:42.660 Georgeann Dau: To hear from the other or seeing the other, and it was very exciting and you'd be missing the person and we live in a fast paced world that no one likes to have to wait for anything.
00:08:43.380 --> 00:09:02.040 Georgeann Dau: everybody likes to have everything immediate so people call immediately they call the text, they want to get in touch with this person, they want to see the person again and again and again right there's no foundation for the relationship to have strong legs to deal with that.
00:09:03.210 --> 00:09:10.830 Georgeann Dau: To deal with that fast momentum there's no true foundation so that's what many relationships fail that's one.
00:09:11.790 --> 00:09:17.850 Frank R. Harrison: Would you say that that is more recent that you have noticed more failures in relationships, because of.
00:09:18.300 --> 00:09:32.730 Frank R. Harrison: Things like the pandemic or technology or just people's lack of patience and watching the courting develop what would you say has been most of the reasons for the for for lack of consistency and building a healthy relationship.
00:09:33.300 --> 00:09:39.750 Georgeann Dau: I think that's a great question and I think that there are many answers for that I don't think there's one answer, I think that.
00:09:40.170 --> 00:09:53.730 Georgeann Dau: Technology certainly has a play with that, because people do not really sit down and have a conversation anymore people discuss very intense topics intimate topics via text.
00:09:54.870 --> 00:10:00.060 Georgeann Dau: You know how difficult it is to draw conclusion from a text.
00:10:01.020 --> 00:10:13.290 Georgeann Dau: When you're talking about important topics intimate topics, you can hear the inflection in the voice you can't see the person's face it's very hard to read it's one dimensional.
00:10:14.010 --> 00:10:34.170 Georgeann Dau: I think I think that's a big piece, and I think it's way beyond I think I think if relationships are breaking up because of the pandemic I don't think it's because of the pandemic I think it's because many relationships haven't developed strong legs, on which to stand to withstand.
00:10:34.860 --> 00:10:39.630 Georgeann Dau: any type of struggle that we're looking at with the pandemic.
00:10:41.250 --> 00:10:57.000 Georgeann Dau: You know, and the time in which we're living is still going on, you know we're living in a very, very challenging time, the world is changing very, very rapidly very rapidly and there's that I believe there are more and more stressors.
00:10:57.630 --> 00:11:05.910 Georgeann Dau: Yes, right now, i'm going on, so I think it's been happening for a very long time um.
00:11:07.740 --> 00:11:14.130 Georgeann Dau: You know, I have a lot of feelings and thoughts about it that I don't think it would be appropriate for me to discuss it this time.
00:11:14.700 --> 00:11:26.520 Frank R. Harrison: I understood and I totally agree, I mean, if anything, what we can do is just go through what's most common in the point of view, especially when I refer to the pandemic i'm just not referring to just cove it itself.
00:11:26.730 --> 00:11:35.550 Frank R. Harrison: you're referring to all of us being locked down in quarantine that we're being forced to live in the same room, with the same people, day after day after day or.
00:11:36.030 --> 00:11:47.190 Frank R. Harrison: At the same time, any kind of blame that may have been projected especially an unhealthy relationships, you gave me covert For that reason I don't see you the same way that I used to.
00:11:47.220 --> 00:11:48.330 Frank R. Harrison: Work vice versa.
00:11:49.230 --> 00:12:00.720 Frank R. Harrison: And then there's everyone speaking on zoom all day long that after a while the idea of one to one connection, even in the same space is like a new concept or becomes a new concept.
00:12:01.050 --> 00:12:04.200 Georgeann Dau: It takes a it takes great maturity.
00:12:05.520 --> 00:12:11.970 Georgeann Dau: to recognize and own our own part.
00:12:13.680 --> 00:12:33.180 Georgeann Dau: Within a relationship, yes, if it, you know as a communicator if i'm having a conversation with someone and it's going awry if i'm the one communicating i'm at fault, because it's always the responsibility of the communicator the most.
00:12:34.170 --> 00:12:42.630 Frank R. Harrison: Right and at the same time, like you said in the beginning of the segment where you have your way of providing love to your mate.
00:12:43.020 --> 00:12:50.040 Frank R. Harrison: To help with their souls development, they also have the same shared level of responsibility.
00:12:50.400 --> 00:13:05.070 Frank R. Harrison: For you, and that in together if there's a concert going on we're both are working, maybe not equally but everybody exchanging a certain level of priority in the relationship, it will be more longevity because there's equal commitment.
00:13:05.460 --> 00:13:11.040 Frank R. Harrison: That all being said, speaking about equal commitment I got to give two minutes to the airwaves so we can have our commercial break.
00:13:11.430 --> 00:13:20.550 Frank R. Harrison: But after we return we're going to actually talk more in detail about some of maybe your spiritual awareness through.
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00:15:55.500 --> 00:16:07.860 Frank R. Harrison: Welcome back as we're here with Dr George and down discussing about the values and benefits of having a relationship or not, that being said, we did touch upon a lot of.
00:16:09.390 --> 00:16:21.360 Frank R. Harrison: People in the mental health field philosophers scientists, doctors, that have their views on the health cycle of having a loving relationship, but i'd like to hear Georgians.
00:16:22.680 --> 00:16:24.960 Frank R. Harrison: us from a spiritual level like.
00:16:24.990 --> 00:16:27.000 Frank R. Harrison: What have what has been said.
00:16:27.060 --> 00:16:28.920 Frank R. Harrison: In the Bible or in passages you've.
00:16:28.920 --> 00:16:40.230 Georgeann Dau: Read, thank you for it yeah you know everyone really most everyone tries their best you know in learning how to love and.
00:16:41.250 --> 00:16:58.950 Georgeann Dau: We all, we all struggle with knowing how to love, because we need to learn to love ourselves first right Jesus says love your neighbor as yourself and love you God with all your heart and all your mind right, so what is love.
00:17:00.000 --> 00:17:02.850 Georgeann Dau: Right what is love it's not a feeling.
00:17:04.440 --> 00:17:09.030 Georgeann Dau: Although we like to think of it as a feeling and part of it, we like to feel it as a feeling.
00:17:10.170 --> 00:17:34.290 Georgeann Dau: But love is really always deeming the absolute best for the other now we know how challenging, that is to do right if we're all telling the truth right right because yeah anyway um in the in the Old Testament it talks about very harshly that a woman is supposed to.
00:17:35.310 --> 00:17:46.350 Georgeann Dau: serve her man or husbands and do everything for him and a man is supposed to love, his wife okay.
00:17:47.700 --> 00:17:50.040 Georgeann Dau: You know a lot of people take that as.
00:17:51.660 --> 00:18:01.890 Georgeann Dau: A little disgruntled that i'm not going to serve my husband like that i'm not a slave right, but if we really look at it from the context of.
00:18:03.030 --> 00:18:22.380 Georgeann Dau: deeming the absolute best for the other and deeming the fullness of love for the other, even if we don't necessarily want to do something, can we at least approach it from the attitude of you know i'm going to try my best and have a conversation about this.
00:18:23.700 --> 00:18:32.520 Georgeann Dau: You know, you said you talking before, but the importance of balance and a relationship isn't always 5050 sometimes it's 8020.
00:18:32.850 --> 00:18:41.910 Georgeann Dau: Sometimes it's 7030 sometimes it's 6040 sometimes it's 9010 but you know what are we, the type of person that's keeping score.
00:18:43.200 --> 00:18:48.720 Georgeann Dau: Correct or are we, the type of person that can you know go off.
00:18:50.220 --> 00:18:55.710 Georgeann Dau: spend a little time in prayer refresh ourselves and come back and begin again.
00:18:56.400 --> 00:19:07.650 Georgeann Dau: Right and there's so many reasons frank what people have a hard time doing that or relationships, important for health absolutely or love is important for help we're not an island.
00:19:08.190 --> 00:19:28.530 Georgeann Dau: Right God created man and woman God created a couple right to love to share to be there for one another, so it's very, very important for our emotional health physical health or psychological health our spiritual health to be able to have a partner in love, however.
00:19:30.300 --> 00:19:33.960 Georgeann Dau: it's it's better to be alone than to be in a bad relationship.
00:19:34.350 --> 00:19:38.310 Frank R. Harrison: Correct correct, especially when the 9010 is daily.
00:19:38.760 --> 00:19:41.970 Frank R. Harrison: Daily when I met balance, I mean average.
00:19:42.000 --> 00:19:42.360 Georgeann Dau: During the.
00:19:42.510 --> 00:19:42.810 Georgeann Dau: Week.
00:19:43.080 --> 00:19:44.640 Frank R. Harrison: Yes, you know right.
00:19:44.910 --> 00:19:52.830 Georgeann Dau: Absolutely right so, is it possible, spiritually yes, as we come to broaden our perspective.
00:19:53.850 --> 00:20:08.310 Georgeann Dau: Of what love is pray for the grace to learn to love and to broaden our perspective of the small minds of the ego and that takes a lot of struggle, a lot of time and treatment, a lot of time in prayer.
00:20:09.060 --> 00:20:21.540 Georgeann Dau: to stretch beyond the small minds of the ego because we all see things as we are, we don't see things as they are so when we're interacting with someone in a loved one you know.
00:20:23.040 --> 00:20:33.870 Georgeann Dau: We might hear them from what we think that they need instead of really hearing what they're telling us that they need.
00:20:34.980 --> 00:20:43.920 Frank R. Harrison: hmm very deep and now, what is the reason do you think that people would be focused more on what we think they need rather than what they're actually telling us.
00:20:44.160 --> 00:20:55.080 Georgeann Dau: it's an automatic go to from the unconscious that the way the way we become wired from the pre talking experience is we develop an ego.
00:20:55.440 --> 00:21:05.880 Georgeann Dau: And it's a it's a small division it's it's an unhealthy ego so we it's not expanded yet God in scripture in the New Testament.
00:21:06.510 --> 00:21:15.600 Georgeann Dau: You know from the gnostic gospel of Thomas Jesus says what you bring forth what that which that which lives in you what you bring forth will save you.
00:21:15.990 --> 00:21:26.160 Georgeann Dau: What you do not bring forth will destroy you, meaning that the depth of what lives in us in our wounding if we don't bring that forth and come to a.
00:21:27.660 --> 00:21:46.410 Georgeann Dau: A an awareness, a consciousness of what happened, why I might feel closed down in my heart, why I might look to pick fights whatever it is, where we back down in a relationship that's going to destroy us it's going to destroy our life and any hope for love.
00:21:47.700 --> 00:21:57.990 Georgeann Dau: So we need to broaden that perspective, we have to grow and consciousness beyond that small minds and that takes work and it takes great maturity.
00:21:58.320 --> 00:22:16.950 Georgeann Dau: to work towards it and to reach that place but it's a saleable it's it's what it's mainly what I do I work with a lot of couples where their treatments individually and as a couple where they help they I God through me helps them to recognize.
00:22:18.300 --> 00:22:30.120 Georgeann Dau: Where they have a wound and how that wounds from their history is coming to play through their reactions in their contemporary life towards their intimate partner.
00:22:30.450 --> 00:22:40.650 Georgeann Dau: Because the most difficult thing in the world is an intimate relationship, because our intimate partner gets everything that we're unconscious of.
00:22:41.040 --> 00:22:51.870 Georgeann Dau: It takes all of our unconscious wounding from our history, it gets put into our most intimate partner, because of first intimacy was in the household.
00:22:52.860 --> 00:23:07.590 Frank R. Harrison: hmm interesting and so therefore sometimes probably the the resistance to really share with the other is stemming from a fear that once they do commit that person will leave her abandoned them.
00:23:07.680 --> 00:23:16.530 Georgeann Dau: Yes, they're very good that's right that's a very good point that's one of the aspects, be sure, yes.
00:23:17.010 --> 00:23:27.330 Frank R. Harrison: yo The fear is both inability to let go of whatever's inside based on lack of experience or or just.
00:23:28.590 --> 00:23:31.770 Frank R. Harrison: Aware like awareness, exactly as the other end.
00:23:31.920 --> 00:23:35.910 Frank R. Harrison: Being able to do it, but then having the abandonment issue right.
00:23:37.080 --> 00:23:38.580 Georgeann Dau: Right and being afraid.
00:23:40.320 --> 00:23:45.150 Georgeann Dau: Right, you know, and we all, and we all repeat what we were brought up with.
00:23:46.290 --> 00:23:56.610 Georgeann Dau: You know, we don't realize we're doing it it's unconscious it's been said, we only really live our lives 10% consciously yes, yes, so you know.
00:23:58.620 --> 00:24:11.220 Georgeann Dau: You know if I if i'm if I remember, working with a specific a person that was from an alcoholic home and said, I will never ever ever date or marry an alcoholic will guess what.
00:24:13.080 --> 00:24:16.770 Georgeann Dau: consciously they chose an alcoholic didn't know consciously.
00:24:18.120 --> 00:24:27.900 Georgeann Dau: And it was an because unconsciously, we go towards recreating our family of origin once we're in an intimate marriage.
00:24:28.920 --> 00:24:33.720 Georgeann Dau: We look to recreate our family of origin each partners doing that.
00:24:35.370 --> 00:24:53.460 Georgeann Dau: Interesting so the man is looking to recreate from his unconscious the family, he was brought up in and he takes the different roles and the woman is unconsciously looking to create her family and she takes two different roles now their their their their worlds apart.
00:24:54.600 --> 00:24:56.760 Georgeann Dau: And they come together there and.
00:24:57.840 --> 00:25:05.400 Georgeann Dau: expect it to work out hunky dory but you know you're sharing bodies you're sure you're sharing money you're sharing.
00:25:05.940 --> 00:25:16.260 Georgeann Dau: personal hygiene habits you sharing all of that, and everybody has brought up with a different perception of what that is and it's different representation of what that is.
00:25:16.920 --> 00:25:31.290 Georgeann Dau: Exactly quite challenging and also spiritually yes we're called nothing makes us grow quicker and more intensely also than a than an intimate relationship.
00:25:32.040 --> 00:25:44.640 Georgeann Dau: Because it's right in our face and we're called to stick and deal with it that's why the sacraments of marriage are important because, if we take what we've said seriously.
00:25:45.900 --> 00:25:54.210 Georgeann Dau: right that you know I you know I commit myself to stay with you, through love sickness death.
00:25:55.650 --> 00:26:02.640 Georgeann Dau: If we take that seriously and we do that, that I mean unless there's abuse, then that's a whole different topic.
00:26:03.360 --> 00:26:03.900 Frank R. Harrison: right but.
00:26:03.930 --> 00:26:06.540 Georgeann Dau: You know if we stick that if we hang in there.
00:26:07.800 --> 00:26:10.470 Georgeann Dau: we're really forced to face ourselves.
00:26:11.730 --> 00:26:12.660 Georgeann Dau: And what we're doing.
00:26:13.950 --> 00:26:14.220 Frank R. Harrison: and
00:26:14.970 --> 00:26:15.510 Georgeann Dau: You know.
00:26:15.900 --> 00:26:16.740 Frank R. Harrison: And a lot yeah.
00:26:17.370 --> 00:26:18.420 Frank R. Harrison: No go ahead, a lot of people.
00:26:18.450 --> 00:26:29.280 Georgeann Dau: A lot of people don't want to do that, they would they want to get divorced, and they think that i'm going to find somebody else different well but they forget, we can all forget that we're taking ourselves with us.
00:26:31.230 --> 00:26:38.790 Frank R. Harrison: yeah or better yet if they've already started by divorcing one partner what's going to prevent that pattern from connecting from happening again.
00:26:38.940 --> 00:26:39.990 Georgeann Dau: it's exactly well.
00:26:40.470 --> 00:26:48.750 Frank R. Harrison: that's my exactly because if you already made that is it you just incorporated a new entity of how you cope with relationships or that is.
00:26:48.810 --> 00:26:50.730 Georgeann Dau: The solution of a relationship that's right.
00:26:50.730 --> 00:26:53.640 Frank R. Harrison: And you can only anticipate it will happen again that's right.
00:26:54.030 --> 00:26:54.420 and
00:26:55.770 --> 00:27:07.110 Georgeann Dau: that's exactly right frank that's exactly right and every morning in marriage or in a relationship every morning you wake up and you commit yourself again.
00:27:08.220 --> 00:27:18.780 Georgeann Dau: and stay with this person and to make it work exactly what it takes it's not about feeling good clicking my heels that's not it all the time, no iris life.
00:27:19.530 --> 00:27:20.250 Georgeann Dau: Life.
00:27:20.340 --> 00:27:24.180 Georgeann Dau: it's more important in life purpose than it is to be happy.
00:27:24.990 --> 00:27:34.440 Frank R. Harrison: Correct and then like when i've heard phrases like you've heard of but sometimes in movies and stuff like that we need to live in harmony there's no such thing you have to create the harmony you.
00:27:34.440 --> 00:27:36.300 Frank R. Harrison: can't live in something that you didn't.
00:27:36.300 --> 00:27:37.200 Georgeann Dau: Create that's.
00:27:37.800 --> 00:27:38.490 Frank R. Harrison: that's right.
00:27:38.580 --> 00:27:46.530 Georgeann Dau: Somehow I think I think we all have an imagination still stuck in the magical other where you know we can go online and buy harmony.
00:27:48.570 --> 00:27:49.950 Frank R. Harrison: Like he harmony.com.
00:27:50.250 --> 00:27:50.850 Georgeann Dau: There you go.
00:27:52.500 --> 00:28:00.270 Frank R. Harrison: We apparently we have two minutes to another break, but when we return what I wanted, what I want to discuss is is again the tatar wings issue because.
00:28:01.020 --> 00:28:07.260 Frank R. Harrison: Based on the discussion you just presented in the last segment, I believe that the more tattered your wings are.
00:28:07.590 --> 00:28:15.510 Frank R. Harrison: The more fractured your relationships may be unless you have that awareness of what improvements, you can give yourself, so that you can.
00:28:15.780 --> 00:28:28.440 Frank R. Harrison: maintain the longevity of those relationships, especially if you really are deeply in love with your significant other but you know it also brings back the whole attention, where people say you can't love.
00:28:28.770 --> 00:28:36.960 Frank R. Harrison: Anyone unless you learn how to love yourself so it's like the paradigm between tattered wings and just self loathing so when we return.
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00:30:54.810 --> 00:31:02.700 Frank R. Harrison: Welcome back everybody so George and give me your I already lead you into the perspective that I want to talk about in this segment of the show.
00:31:03.150 --> 00:31:17.940 Frank R. Harrison: What do you think is the driver of what makes relationships become eventually insolvent, is it just living through life with a sense of a fracture itself, or is it just not being in touch with yourself.
00:31:18.540 --> 00:31:31.080 Frank R. Harrison: which I know it's probably a mixed with the two because life is a spectrum, but there, there has to be a core driver, because there are many people who have tattered wings that have the long lasting marriages.
00:31:31.110 --> 00:31:31.830 Frank R. Harrison: yeah so.
00:31:31.890 --> 00:31:46.560 Georgeann Dau: lovely well yeah we first of all, frank, I want to thank you again because she was such a sweetie it did just such a great show, and you try so hard to bring you know good information to the public and truly great so thank you for having me on.
00:31:47.070 --> 00:31:47.940 Georgeann Dau: already well.
00:31:48.390 --> 00:31:48.870 i'm.
00:31:51.870 --> 00:31:53.640 Georgeann Dau: It is a mixture and.
00:31:54.870 --> 00:32:11.100 Georgeann Dau: It really is a desire to learn to love it isn't desire to want to become mature, it is a desire to want to become whole, how do we get there through loving suffering.
00:32:13.020 --> 00:32:22.650 Georgeann Dau: Yes, we were to portals to growth love and suffering, and you know, those of us that love Jesus, we see our were Lord.
00:32:23.790 --> 00:32:28.650 Georgeann Dau: That came to bring love and to show us god's love hanging on a cross suffering.
00:32:30.390 --> 00:32:44.700 Georgeann Dau: Those are the two portals to awareness and awakening and trance and transcendence can transcend our tattered wings and we all have tattered wings because we're all born into dysfunction.
00:32:45.720 --> 00:33:03.780 Georgeann Dau: But some you know, some have more of a challenge than others, so if you if those listening, if you if anything we've said sort of touches upon your heart know that there are some really great counseling centers out there.
00:33:04.800 --> 00:33:11.820 Georgeann Dau: You know I do psychoanalysis spiritual direction psycho spiritual work their spiritual directors out there.
00:33:12.930 --> 00:33:24.660 Georgeann Dau: That you can go to to just start unpacking that which hurts your heart what memories, you had or have that you feel might have held held you back.
00:33:26.100 --> 00:33:35.670 Georgeann Dau: Well, that might be holding you back where you see patterns in your life of resistance of reaction, instead of.
00:33:37.110 --> 00:33:55.890 Georgeann Dau: An open heartedness and a creation of moving towards people and moving towards the love of yourself, you know if you have an inner critic that constantly is chattering away and making you wrong making you feel badly about yourself, we all have a certain amount of self hate but.
00:33:55.920 --> 00:33:57.840 Georgeann Dau: We all have that, from a very.
00:33:57.870 --> 00:34:07.350 Georgeann Dau: Early years no one's fault, you know how we were made to feel growing up how we were criticized, I was criticized a lot growing up.
00:34:09.090 --> 00:34:10.410 Georgeann Dau: um that.
00:34:12.300 --> 00:34:29.340 Georgeann Dau: You know if any of this hits home, you know find fun reach out find help find guidance, so that your life can be made more full more whole through the ability to learn to love mm hmm exactly.
00:34:29.790 --> 00:34:38.790 Frank R. Harrison: And I guess also if the individual doesn't know how to love themselves is probably because they came from an environment where love was that fostered.
00:34:39.300 --> 00:34:48.120 Georgeann Dau: Yes, and and that's how that's why I mentioned the inner critic because you know, even if we were brought up in an environment where there was love.
00:34:48.450 --> 00:34:53.820 Georgeann Dau: If there was verbal abuse, we were made to feel not no criticism to mommy and Daddy.
00:34:54.390 --> 00:35:08.190 Georgeann Dau: You know, but if they were busy with children or working hard and they were cranky and you know, we asked for something and they you know made us feel wrong stupid for asking or whatever it may be, if that went on consistently.
00:35:08.760 --> 00:35:25.200 Georgeann Dau: And we were made to feel less than we can internalize that as fact but we're not less than to be born is to be chosen God shows us we had God has a plan for us and we're here for a specific purpose.
00:35:25.770 --> 00:35:32.670 Georgeann Dau: And that being said, we're called to find out what the purposes and live it out, yes, exactly.
00:35:33.000 --> 00:35:34.740 Frank R. Harrison: I guess then also.
00:35:36.120 --> 00:35:50.550 Frank R. Harrison: Do you think that people are fed the the belief that we all have the innate ability to love ourselves, regardless of our circumstances or is that an actual fact that people are not in touch with.
00:35:51.330 --> 00:35:54.450 Georgeann Dau: Oh, I think that I think we are born of love.
00:35:55.470 --> 00:36:15.450 Georgeann Dau: Right God created us, so we are born of love, we are love, because of the dysfunction and because of our you know certain levels of upbringing, we were made to feel that somehow we weren't and somehow we weren't good enough.
00:36:16.050 --> 00:36:20.310 Frank R. Harrison: And like when that became the consistency that's that was your default.
00:36:20.370 --> 00:36:24.600 Frank R. Harrison: And therefore, the idea of learning to love yourself became more of a challenge throughout the rest of you.
00:36:24.600 --> 00:36:39.750 Georgeann Dau: Yes, yes, and you know that that you know tender, you know voice of God, as we grow with you know society is very loud god's voice is very still and unless we have active prayer time in meditation.
00:36:40.320 --> 00:36:53.430 Georgeann Dau: um you know that voice god's voice can get drowned out and the world sounds very loud that's why I don't recommend spending a lot of time on social media shows like this are great because they serve their nourishing.
00:36:53.850 --> 00:36:55.440 Georgeann Dau: But I don't I don't I don't.
00:36:55.710 --> 00:37:09.570 Georgeann Dau: You know I don't recommend not that no one's no one's asked me my opinion, but I don't recommend spending time on social media um you know when spending more time alone in prayer reading, you know.
00:37:10.860 --> 00:37:22.050 Georgeann Dau: Some scripture passages spending more time with family or with loved ones talking about feelings things of that nature walking in nature, spend time outdoors.
00:37:22.410 --> 00:37:36.450 Georgeann Dau: Right in time out of the House get out of the House, you know in beautiful weather, you know spend time in nature, all of the natural things that we can do to nourish ourselves right right.
00:37:36.510 --> 00:37:49.920 Frank R. Harrison: I think social media, unfortunately, has become its own worst enemy, because while there were the conveniences of things like Facebook when it first launched or Twitter when that watched it now has become the basis of everything.
00:37:50.160 --> 00:37:50.490 Georgeann Dau: yeah.
00:37:50.550 --> 00:37:56.550 Frank R. Harrison: You know, especially that I brought the pandemic up earlier but it created an ecosystem, where the only way we could connect.
00:37:56.850 --> 00:38:09.660 Frank R. Harrison: was virtually so on what what that does is it takes away the humanity aspects of things, so you could never really have a full life if social media is where you spend most of your time.
00:38:10.230 --> 00:38:12.810 Frank R. Harrison: As part of you is a part of you is shut off.
00:38:14.220 --> 00:38:17.520 Frank R. Harrison: You start as an escape route, but then, after a while you lose touch with yourself.
00:38:17.760 --> 00:38:34.080 Georgeann Dau: Yes, very good point because think about that frank what you said, if if individuals choose to go on social media rather than calling a friend or a loved one and saying hey let's go on zoom let's have a cup of tea together.
00:38:36.240 --> 00:38:44.490 Georgeann Dau: Right during the pandemic right calling a couple of friends let's have some tea together let's chat let's spend some time right.
00:38:46.200 --> 00:38:51.210 Georgeann Dau: Instead they'll go on social media, so the whole idea is lost.
00:38:52.230 --> 00:38:54.900 Georgeann Dau: it's just lost exactly.
00:38:55.110 --> 00:38:59.040 Frank R. Harrison: And, unfortunately, the more you repeat a last message, the more it becomes normal.
00:39:00.180 --> 00:39:14.160 Georgeann Dau: yeah anything we do repetitively yes become something it's becomes a new go to like a broken record like a broken record and that's what happens from our upbringing.
00:39:15.060 --> 00:39:30.420 Georgeann Dau: Yes, we continually repeat what we saw what we heard what we perceived over and over again doesn't matter how old we become chronologically and just because we grow chronologically doesn't mean that we're also growing emotionally.
00:39:31.080 --> 00:39:43.590 Georgeann Dau: that's right that's right at all, so if we're not working on this, if we're not in treatment if we're not taking a look at what our thoughts are what our choices are what our behaviors are what our reactions are.
00:39:44.340 --> 00:39:54.360 Georgeann Dau: In our life, then we're just going to continually perpetuate that ongoing a broken record because it's all we know.
00:39:54.990 --> 00:40:07.200 Georgeann Dau: Right God is calling us to stretch that to become the fullness of the full human being, when Jesus came Jesus Jesus was not influenced by.
00:40:07.770 --> 00:40:28.110 Georgeann Dau: His time his family, his parents his culture his religion, he was a whole new human being, he was a whole new human creature he wasn't just another prophet at all at all, he was totally one of a kind and he liked to be called the son of man.
00:40:29.370 --> 00:40:33.000 Georgeann Dau: Because he was the son of the new human.
00:40:33.900 --> 00:40:34.140 Georgeann Dau: and
00:40:34.170 --> 00:40:43.800 Georgeann Dau: Jesus through the Holy Spirit that lives in US God lives in us, we are called to follow and emulate emulate the teachings of Christ.
00:40:44.610 --> 00:41:03.210 Georgeann Dau: So that we become another you new creation new creation new feature, we can grow out of we can grow out from the original paradigm that we were called to believe was the truth.
00:41:04.680 --> 00:41:22.590 Georgeann Dau: and become the fullness of humanity which we're called to do in God we're called to do that, yes, that's our mission here so that we can enhance and shine our light and bring love to one another, instead of withholding it.
00:41:23.640 --> 00:41:26.070 Georgeann Dau: You know why no one is born prejudiced.
00:41:27.000 --> 00:41:39.930 Georgeann Dau: Today today is, you know, a special holiday, which is great duty, yes, wonderful that this has happened, I mean my gosh you know I sit, and I think about my gosh.
00:41:41.070 --> 00:41:44.220 Georgeann Dau: let's slave I would be serving them dinner, I mean.
00:41:45.480 --> 00:41:46.350 Georgeann Dau: You know I mean.
00:41:46.470 --> 00:41:47.430 Frank R. Harrison: How could you.
00:41:47.490 --> 00:41:57.000 Georgeann Dau: Think about treating another human being and bossing them around and it's just mind blowing none of us were created and born.
00:41:59.250 --> 00:42:02.520 Georgeann Dau: register, it is something we learned and.
00:42:03.330 --> 00:42:18.480 Georgeann Dau: instruct yes, yes, and you see a were influenced by that Jesus wasn't Jesus was brought up in a time where you didn't talk to women, you didn't associate with women you didn't touch women did he do all of those things.
00:42:19.680 --> 00:42:21.720 Georgeann Dau: He didn't even teach his own religion.
00:42:22.740 --> 00:42:25.710 Georgeann Dau: He brought a whole new way yes.
00:42:26.430 --> 00:42:39.360 Frank R. Harrison: It was his word now, but that all being said we're better to take another break, but the big takeaway from what you've just spoken about the last 15 minutes is that it is in giving love that we also nourish ourselves.
00:42:39.420 --> 00:42:40.500 Georgeann Dau: Absolutely I.
00:42:40.500 --> 00:42:48.840 Frank R. Harrison: noticed when like even doing this show this is my way of giving guess support yeah not actually giving love, but.
00:42:48.870 --> 00:42:49.980 Georgeann Dau: I do love.
00:42:50.340 --> 00:42:53.430 Frank R. Harrison: Human Development yeah and I love awareness.
00:42:53.490 --> 00:42:54.270 Frank R. Harrison: And I love.
00:42:54.480 --> 00:42:56.040 Frank R. Harrison: The ability for people to cope.
00:42:56.760 --> 00:42:57.960 Frank R. Harrison: To take their own.
00:42:58.380 --> 00:43:09.660 Frank R. Harrison: weaknesses and turn them into assets and strengths So yes, it's therapeutic and, in essence, I see the return yes upon receiving pleasure, by giving but then I get the pleasure in return.
00:43:09.930 --> 00:43:10.560 Frank R. Harrison: And that's.
00:43:10.650 --> 00:43:13.260 Frank R. Harrison: that's what I want to talk about in the final segment.
00:43:13.380 --> 00:43:14.160 Frank R. Harrison: you'd all right.
00:43:14.220 --> 00:43:24.810 Frank R. Harrison: So, right here on talk radio dot nyc and Facebook live we're going to talk again about to have a relationship or NUTS right here on frank about health so stay tuned.
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00:45:24.330 --> 00:45:31.260 Frank R. Harrison: Alright, everybody for our final segment, I want to wrap up a lot of what's been said about the whole nature of what relationships can.
00:45:31.620 --> 00:45:41.490 Frank R. Harrison: Provide and what power, you have in giving within your relationships, because the whole nature of it is to enjoy our journey in life.
00:45:41.940 --> 00:45:51.840 Frank R. Harrison: is to enjoy our journey with others, and so, other than the fact that what's unique about georgiana as my guest is that if everyone remember she had her own show.
00:45:52.140 --> 00:46:03.480 Frank R. Harrison: On talk radio dot nyc called journey through to awareness and I think basically the underscoring of that show was about how we can all learn to love and give love with each other.
00:46:03.990 --> 00:46:19.290 Frank R. Harrison: Even though you had guests with related with different topics that were focused in scripture as well as in psycho psycho psychology and behavior it was still the same through line which was that we are all aware, when we are in community.
00:46:20.130 --> 00:46:29.700 Frank R. Harrison: And that's what I really took away from the last 45 minutes of this episode of frank about health, so I guess you know I do talk about various health topics each week.
00:46:30.060 --> 00:46:38.430 Frank R. Harrison: But when I speak with you, I feel like we're in this journey like like what I think you used to do one on the network and so.
00:46:38.880 --> 00:46:49.890 Frank R. Harrison: What I guess, I want to learn from you now, especially as we wrap up is that, aside from the fact that, like I said earlier, we feel good when we are giving love.
00:46:50.280 --> 00:47:06.360 Frank R. Harrison: And we also feel great when we were receiving it, especially in a relationship, what do you think is the preponderance of your health care is it more spiritual in nature or more emotional and psychological in nature, or is there an equal balance.
00:47:07.740 --> 00:47:21.600 Frank R. Harrison: Between because I think we everyone gets lost in only focusing on one aspect of their health, whether it's their physical health or their mental health, but I don't see much advocacy in one's spiritual health.
00:47:21.720 --> 00:47:24.000 Frank R. Harrison: No seems to be more of a dependency.
00:47:24.240 --> 00:47:34.500 Georgeann Dau: know I can only give this example okay when patients when when patient when people become aware of.
00:47:35.700 --> 00:47:46.650 Georgeann Dau: My practice and what I do, and they engage in sessions with me, I hear something very similar all the time, this is the first time that.
00:47:47.760 --> 00:47:59.640 Georgeann Dau: i'm getting any results, and this is the first time anyone has ever brought in the spiritual perspective of my psychological care, see to me they're inseparable.
00:48:01.980 --> 00:48:03.690 Frank R. Harrison: And, most people don't realize that.
00:48:03.750 --> 00:48:05.010 Frank R. Harrison: No, they meet with you.
00:48:05.340 --> 00:48:25.560 Georgeann Dau: To me, that they're inseparable we have a we have our body which holds the spirit of God, we have our psychology which holds the spirit of God, and we have our soul, which holds the spirit of God we're born with this.
00:48:26.610 --> 00:48:38.400 Georgeann Dau: And somehow along the way it's become fragmented and, if we look at allopathic medicine, no criticism at all, everything has a place, but when we look at allopathic medicine.
00:48:38.970 --> 00:48:51.840 Georgeann Dau: there's a doctor for the heart there's a doctor for the liver there's a lot doctor for the kidney visit Dr for the rectum there's a doctor for the breath the doctor and each and all of these parts.
00:48:52.920 --> 00:49:12.420 Georgeann Dau: make up the body and they all influence one another right, so if we're not connected to the vine, which is our source, which is where we've come from which is God we're going to feel like we're floating through life we might not know that we're feeling that way.
00:49:13.470 --> 00:49:29.250 Georgeann Dau: But there's going to be a vacancy inside of us, and the only way that we come to know what that is is by getting on our knees and asking telling God that we want a relationship with God, whatever the God is of your understanding.
00:49:30.960 --> 00:49:45.450 Georgeann Dau: What my favorite painting is the one where Jesus is standing by the door at you know for me it's Jesus it doesn't fit for any of you listeners, it could be just God it could be Jehovah it could be, whatever it is for you.
00:49:45.540 --> 00:49:46.980 Frank R. Harrison: Read St, for example.
00:49:47.010 --> 00:49:57.690 Georgeann Dau: If you write is a painting of Jesus standing on one side of the door without a door knob and Jesus is knocking on the door and the other side of the door obviously has the door enough.
00:49:58.590 --> 00:50:05.970 Georgeann Dau: Jesus is always knocking God is always knocking on our heart because God desires a relationship with you.
00:50:07.500 --> 00:50:20.310 Georgeann Dau: Whatever that is and it's going to be uniquely for you, because God created each of us unique and each of us makes up the full body of God, the world needs you.
00:50:21.630 --> 00:50:25.590 Georgeann Dau: But we need to open that door and invite God in.
00:50:26.670 --> 00:50:36.570 Georgeann Dau: And then you'll see a difference of what you were missing but you're not going to know that you're missing it until you accept the invitation, which is always there.
00:50:37.980 --> 00:50:38.970 Georgeann Dau: And you open that to.
00:50:40.740 --> 00:50:50.670 Georgeann Dau: The psychology which we work on right of a pre talking experience what we've looked at tonight you know the different woundings that we carry with us.
00:50:51.510 --> 00:51:03.060 Georgeann Dau: God has spoken about this thousands of years ago in the Talmud, which is the Jewish antiquated oldest profound text is where you'll find.
00:51:04.320 --> 00:51:13.260 Georgeann Dau: about the small minds of the ego and that we don't see things as they are, we see things as we are, this is in the Talmud.
00:51:14.580 --> 00:51:25.800 Georgeann Dau: The the oldest Hebrew text, so it was always talking about this because it's true and love is truth.
00:51:27.720 --> 00:51:33.870 Frank R. Harrison: So people are conditioned to ignore when they're being knocked on by the invitation, we.
00:51:34.680 --> 00:51:45.330 Georgeann Dau: We choose to ignore we can choose to ignore and I think we've all chosen to ignore for certain parts of our life I wasn't brought up religious.
00:51:46.350 --> 00:51:52.470 Georgeann Dau: At all so God was I I can recall being little and and and.
00:51:53.550 --> 00:51:58.740 Georgeann Dau: God knocking on my door, I can recall times when I think back and I didn't open that door.
00:51:59.970 --> 00:52:01.470 Georgeann Dau: But then I finally did.
00:52:02.490 --> 00:52:06.780 Frank R. Harrison: Interesting What did it feel like to you when when, God was knocking at your door.
00:52:08.700 --> 00:52:13.050 Georgeann Dau: you're like I was being pulled away from something that was going to not be good for me.
00:52:15.180 --> 00:52:28.740 Georgeann Dau: It was like an inner sense that I shouldn't do that do that think of that go there, I felt like it felt like I was being saved from something or grass from something.
00:52:28.980 --> 00:52:34.650 Frank R. Harrison: This is interesting, what you also consider your own intuition like you have to go to let's say.
00:52:35.370 --> 00:52:48.990 Frank R. Harrison: A business meeting or a doctor's appointment and something in you was like oh I don't feel like doing it, I just didn't feel right or i'm just tired today that that in itself is protection and invite.
00:52:49.440 --> 00:52:54.300 Georgeann Dau: It could be, but we have to be very careful, because it can also be resistance.
00:52:54.900 --> 00:53:01.170 Georgeann Dau: Right right comes from two different places, it can be resistance that we really just don't feel like getting out of bed going.
00:53:02.460 --> 00:53:10.320 Georgeann Dau: You know what i'm saying so we have to be careful with that it's a different it's a different sense and God meets everyone differently.
00:53:11.190 --> 00:53:12.240 Georgeann Dau: But I think if we.
00:53:12.300 --> 00:53:34.140 Georgeann Dau: All stop and think really stop and think and close our eyes and go with it, I think we can all come up with a time or two or three or more when we felt that something, call it what you want something was knocking on that door inviting us.
00:53:35.280 --> 00:53:36.540 Georgeann Dau: to let God in.
00:53:40.140 --> 00:53:41.640 Georgeann Dau: Because we come from God.
00:53:43.200 --> 00:53:43.830 We come here.
00:53:44.850 --> 00:53:46.290 Georgeann Dau: it's our it's our source.
00:53:47.280 --> 00:53:47.970 Frank R. Harrison: I guess.
00:53:48.420 --> 00:53:54.930 Frank R. Harrison: I guess for me like if I was stuck on a pattern of way of doing things and all of a sudden, I got invited to.
00:53:55.680 --> 00:54:05.730 Frank R. Harrison: Like to start frank about health which which Sam invited me to do back in 2016, but that was not part of my plan at that time I was actually working with the epilepsy Center at nyu.
00:54:06.060 --> 00:54:17.130 Frank R. Harrison: In trying to help advocate for epilepsy patients and a mutual friend of ours had basically introduced me to Sam and the show became my focus instead of just epilepsy.
00:54:17.520 --> 00:54:23.880 Frank R. Harrison: So that felt different and I guess that for me was my invitation I got the three minute warning which.
00:54:24.510 --> 00:54:37.200 Frank R. Harrison: You know I he, like he says i've heard him say on his show I can talk to you for hours, I can talk to you for hours, Jordan, but I know that what I like about our shows together is usually close in a moment of prayer.
00:54:37.260 --> 00:54:46.320 Frank R. Harrison: Yes, so I figured up before we do that, ladies and gentlemen, stay tuned for our Friday host of shows which are.
00:54:46.800 --> 00:54:56.430 Frank R. Harrison: Always Friday philanthropy and focus and wise content creates wealth and also next week, I will be having a surprise guest on frank about health.
00:54:56.820 --> 00:55:07.530 Frank R. Harrison: it's really a choice between one or two i've figured it out yet, but it's going to be a surprise you, the way and also thank you for staying tuned to this episode of.
00:55:08.580 --> 00:55:23.610 Frank R. Harrison: frank about health, where we were talking about the trilogy from painted disconnection to tattered wings to having a relationship or not, and for that all being said before we sign off i'm gonna let George and do the honors and say thank you.
00:55:23.670 --> 00:55:38.070 Georgeann Dau: Thank you again frank and thank you all of you and my website is www.dr G D u.com if you ever want to reach me in the name of the father son and Holy Spirit amen.
00:55:38.790 --> 00:55:50.790 Georgeann Dau: Precious God, we thank you so much for this time together in prayer We thank you, Lord for our focus to be on the topic of relationship in love because Lord you taught us to love.
00:55:51.270 --> 00:56:01.470 Georgeann Dau: By bringing us into into this life for you our love and you brought us into our life in love and so Lord we pray that you always teach us to love.
00:56:02.280 --> 00:56:10.440 Georgeann Dau: To open our hearts and recognize our need for love our desire for and that we might not know how to do it well.
00:56:11.130 --> 00:56:21.210 Georgeann Dau: But that, through our birth, you have showed us so much you love us and we're so grateful for that I thank you for frank and Sam and all those listening.
00:56:21.690 --> 00:56:35.790 Georgeann Dau: And that you can bless them as we go forward and I look forward, Lord to more time together in the future and we end Lord with the gratitude in our hearts, for you in our lives amen.
00:56:36.540 --> 00:56:37.050 amen.
00:56:38.370 --> 00:56:47.850 Frank R. Harrison: Thank you again George and you know I know we said this was the trilogy but who knows, maybe, when we talk later on during the week or whatever we can have a special show again at a later date.
00:56:47.940 --> 00:56:48.810 Frank R. Harrison: always has.
00:56:48.840 --> 00:56:50.100 Georgeann Dau: Come back on frank with you.
00:56:50.610 --> 00:56:58.530 Frank R. Harrison: same here and it's like it's a different sense and a different episode, we as far as i'm concerned we just had a conversation tonight, but.
00:56:58.890 --> 00:57:00.360 Frank R. Harrison: Either way, it was a very rewarding.
00:57:01.590 --> 00:57:03.630 Georgeann Dau: And god's right over here in the box.
00:57:04.950 --> 00:57:08.640 Frank R. Harrison: Exactly all right, so, ladies and gentlemen, thanks again.
00:57:09.960 --> 00:57:12.690 Frank R. Harrison: we're signing off now and we will be back next week.
00:57:13.020 --> 00:57:13.560 Frank R. Harrison: Thank you.
00:57:14.310 --> 00:57:15.600 Georgeann Dau: Thank you, frank talk later.
00:57:15.840 --> 00:57:16.770 Georgeann Dau: Okay sweetheart.
00:57:16.800 --> 00:57:18.450 Frank R. Harrison: Much bye bye Thank you.