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May 16, 2015 The Oneness Foundation Broadcasts (Episode I) Featuring Lesli Moore Dahlke Founder The Oneness Foundation and Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange

The Oneness Foundation Radio Broadcasts

March 16, 2015 “Veterans of Life” Available in archive 

051615li-1051615LIEpisode One (I) Featuring Founder Lesli Moore Dahlke, David William Gibbons and Annalise Jennings Dynamic Exchange

The Oneness Foundation Broadcasts

The Oneness Foundation has invested in the strengths and attributes of radio and video streaming feeds, by establishing its own network. This will in coming months and years syndicate into partnered stations around the world. Discussions and dialogues designed to inspire and manifest the ideas, experiences and wisdoms brought to people around the world by Founder Leslie Moore Dahlke.

Annalise Jennings Dynamic Exchange

Annalise as the director of Dynamic Exchange has over 25 years experience in senior roles in financial services and other sectors including property and small business.

aj2Annalise is an experienced facilitator and has led business transformation in project management in large organisations and has an extensive background in risk management and organisational culture. This experience has been gained through working in India, Australia & New Zealand and the United Kingdom. She has spoken on transformation and maximising human potential in a variety of business and community forums. Annalise is also passionate about teams and helping them discover healthy working relationships and celebrating success and empowerment. She balances her time between key corporate engagements, her part-time career as an alternative health practitioner and has always combined her working life with parenting and study. She strongly believes in human potential and is a passionate advocate of ethical corporate and individual behaviour in the business community. Her qualifications include a post-graduate diploma in project management. She is affiliated with the Risk Management Association of Australia and is a member of the International Association of Counsellors and Therapists.

Dynamic Exchange

Dynamic Exchange is the trusted partner in business and community transformation.

There mission is to support individuals, teams and communities to reach their fullest potential through discovering healthy working relationships and celebrating success and empowerment. They also believe in human potential and we are passionate advocates of ethical, corporate and individual behaviour in communities and in business.

Napranum Aboriginal Community (Queensland, Australia)

napooficialsiteNapranum (meaning meeting place of the people) was the site of Weipa Presbyterian Mission from 1932 to 1965. Before 1932, the original Weipa Mission was situated near Spring Creek on the upper northern reaches of the Embley River. On 1 February 1966, the church handed over control to the Queensland Government and the mission became known as Weipa South settlement. During the late 1960s the name Napranum was increasingly used by the community.

At least twelve traditional owner groups occupied the surrounding lands, however there are families living at Napranum today whose links extend to Mapoon and Weipa from the missionary period.

Lesli Moore Dahlke

lesliMD1UONELesli Moore Dahlke is a Southern Californian native. Being a native is a rarity for most “Californians,” who frequently come from other places in the country. But, proudly, she was born and raised in the bright beautiful Golden State. Lesli describes herself as a lucky child of the 50’s greatly loved by her parents. It was a time of innocence, a time when life was as gentle as a warm breeze. It was a time of growing up during the halcyon days. She was raised in the San Fernando Valley, one of the original vast booming post-World War II suburbs of Los Angeles. Lesli grew up in the shadows of tinsel-town’s glamour, its glitter and the glory days of Hollywood. Her father, Del Moore, was a noted and successful television and movie actor. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State University, Northridge. Her degree was as a practitioner of Television and Film Production. Lesli’s secondary emphasis was on the written word of journalism. As her career began, she pursued a successful career in Television Media Production. Her credits include commercial film production, and numerous areas of television production, including producing live sports programming. Lesli was the Supervising Associate Producer for the award-winning documentary, “The Eisenhower Years,” for The Discovery Channel, as well as for PBS Network programming. She also supervised the production of PBS Telecourses, the front-runner to today’s on-line universities. Lesli headed the production staff that produced the first cable series for the Playboy Channel and various other ventures. She was a long time writer to the former Salem-News.com on-line newspaper as an Environmental Contributor. Lesli now is a contributing writer for The City of Hope and is completing her second book, Every Day Is a Gift. Although her industry experiences were vast, challenging, and never routine, the most personal challenging experiences were yet to come.
Lesli Moore Dahlke 1970

Lesli Moore Dahlke 1970

Lesli Moore Dahlke 1970

Lesli was diagnosed with three virulent cancers caused by exposure to the carcinogenic Agent Orange while traveling with the USO, as an innocent 18-year old girl, in a war-torn Vietnam. As of this date, she lives daily with two rare and active cancers attributed to Agent Orange exposure.

The Best Is Yet To Come!

1Her life and story is explored and shared in the profound book The Best Is Yet To Come (published 2012) “I never miss a moment of this beautiful life. I am always filling my heart with the vivid colors, textures, and glorious memories, that make up the unique tapestry of this wonderful journey we call life!” Order the book here …

April 30, 2015 Episode Sixteen (XVI) The Best Is Yet To Come (Final in long-term broadcast series)

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Lesli Moore Dahlke

April 30, 2015 The Best Is Yet To Come (The Final Episode in the long-term broadcast series)

A broadcast series bringing insights into the human condition and society, offered through the work of the same name by Author Lesli Moore Dahlke and Transitional Strategist, Broadcast, Historian and Writer David William Gibbons. The series will also through panels celebrate projects, individuals and groups offering extraordinary contributions to society.

Lesli Moore Dahlke

Life and Work

Lesli Moore Dahlke is a Southern Californian native.

Being a native is a rarity for most “Californians,” who frequently come from other places in the country. But, proudly, she was born and raised in the bright beautiful Golden State. Lesli describes herself as a lucky child of the 50’s greatly loved by her parents. It was a time of innocence, a time when life was as gentle as a warm breeze. It was a time of growing up during the halcyon days. She was raised in the San Fernando Valley, one of the original vast booming post-World War II suburbs of Los Angeles. Lesli grew up in the shadows of tinsel-town’s glamour, its glitter and the glory days of Hollywood. Her father, Del Moore, was a noted and successful television and movie actor. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State University, Northridge. Her degree was as a practitioner of Television and Film Production. Lesli’s secondary emphasis was on the written word of journalism. As her career began, she pursued a successful career in Television Media Production. Her credits include commercial film production, and numerous areas of television production, including producing live sports programming. Lesli was the Supervising Associate Producer for the award-winning documentary, “The Eisenhower Years,” for The Discovery Channel, as well as for PBS Network programming. She also supervised the production of PBS Telecourses, the front-runner to today’s on-line universities. Lesli headed the production staff that produced the first cable series for the Playboy Channel and various other ventures. She was a long time writer to the former Salem-News.com on-line newspaper as an Environmental Contributor. Lesli now is a contributing writer for The City of Hope and is completing her second book, Every Day Is a Gift. Although her industry experiences were vast, challenging, and never routine, the most personal challenging experiences were yet to come.

Lesli Moore Dahlke – 1970

Lesli Moore Dahlke 1970

Lesli Moore Dahlke 1970

Lesli was diagnosed with three virulent cancers caused by exposure to the carcinogenic Agent Orange while traveling with the USO, as an innocent 18-year old girl, in a war-torn Vietnam. As of this date, she lives daily with two rare and active cancers attributed to Agent Orange exposure.

 

 

 

The Best Is Yet To Come!

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Her life and story is explored and shared in the profound book The Best Is Yet To Come (published 2012) “I never miss a moment of this beautiful life. I am always filling my heart with the vivid colors, textures, and glorious memories, that make up the unique tapestry of this wonderful journey we call life!”

David William Gibbons

David William Gibbons is a transitional media strategist (Culture, Social, Human Performance and Democracy) and best known for the creation of deep ethereal dialogue, broadcast widely across the transitory and fast evolving technologies existing at the beginning of the 21st Century. His work in the humanities began at a fundamental level with the 14 days journeys across America and the United Kingdom in 2004 and 2005. During this period he found an emerging and transformational personal gift of human connection, in concert with the creation of profound photography and film. Later, at a revolutionary changing point in his life, an understanding developed in pairing historical context with human connection dynamics. This was defined and developed during 2009, through the personal exploration and extensive research of deep discussion and narrative in audio and video mediums. This period also marked a time of introspection and intense hardships through which he traveled, until such time as the platform upon which his material resides found its mark. The programming and rich dialogue have since developed and advanced to where an extensive and powerful legacy now exists. Today, these dialogues continue to expand based upon the transformation of a challenged planet. Distinguished individuals and groups from all over the world have participated in deep conversations, the latter of which are charted through international panels on the well respected Crossing over the Bridge series. The most notable of these include the late Dr. Brian O’Leary Astronaut and Author, with whom he recorded over 28 hours of dialogue and engaged in hundred’s of hours of personal conversations outside of the regular broadcasting schedule. A close friendship and mutual respect developed between the two individuals heavily reflected and resonating in the work that they created together. Dr. Brian O’Leary passed in July 2011. It is considered in many circles, that the material created between the two individuals represents the greatest body of conversations currently known to be in existence during Dr. O’Leary’s life. His work continues with an underscore of quiet discernment, deliberating upon wide spread issues of which free energy and evolving conscious human behavior define the backbone of a core and determined mission. Through an open and ever deepening form of dialogue, the views of people and realities continue to build upon his long believed view that this current time reflects this “the generation of all generations.”

April 16, 2015 The Oneness Foundation Broadcast Series (Introductory program)

visionmpApril 16, 2015 The Oneness Foundation Broadcast Series (Introductory Program)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The launch broadcast program from The Oneness Foundation featuring Founder Lesli Moore Dahlke.

The Oneness Foundation is a Community-Based Foundation
(Dedicated to the global community)

Focusing on Veteran Outreach

Veterans, Families and their Communities

During the reintegration back into society, The Oneness Foundation encourages empowerment to those in-service within their own towns, cities, communities, and “their homes.” It is a community approach.

A listening and hearing approach of humanity, support, and advocacy for those that gave so much, and sacrificed for all of us.

The Oneness Foundation will encourage mentorship programs, local opportunities of employment, educational help, and health care advocacy.

The Oneness Foundation will give a very personal, unique and impassioned voice for many who have never been heard. It is a time for listening. It is a time for healing. It is a time for moving forward.

At a time so critical, The Oneness Foundation, will lend an open and outreached hand of help, caring support through personal experience as the healing process begins, and extend the respect so honored and earned.

This is a time of returning to other-directed behavior.  To caring for our neighbors, as we welcome all members of our communities back into a world that is in need of grace, peace, and a compassionate understanding.

Every member of society is a valued member in the global community of today.

Many “in service” to humanity did not wear the uniform of the military. As part of the global community these many men and women gave unconditionally, sacrificed, and honored their countries.

There were many who served their countries including volunteer nurses, clergy, those who volunteered for service organizations, photojournalists, and all those men and women who served all humanity.

This was endless, immeasurable, and unconditional giving. These brave, dedicated,  proud, and devoted individuals, need a voice, too.

The Oneness Foundation is dedicated to being a strong voice.

 

Founder Lesli Moore Dahlke

lmdteamLesli Moore Dahlke is a Southern Californian native. Being a native is a rarity for most “Californians,” who frequently come from other places in the country. But, proudly, she was born and raised in the bright beautiful Golden State. Lesli describes herself as a lucky child of the 50’s greatly loved by her parents. Her father, Del Moore, was a noted and successful television and movie actor. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State University, Northridge. Her degree was as a practitioner of Television and Film Production. Lesli’s secondary emphasis was on the written word of journalism. As her career began, she pursued a successful career in Television Media Production. Her credits include commercial film production, and numerous areas of television production, including producing live sports programming. Lesli was the Supervising Associate Producer for the award-winning documentary, “The Eisenhower Years,” for The Discovery Channel, as well as for PBS Network programming. She also supervised the production of PBS Telecourses, the front-runner to today’s on-line universities. Lesli headed the production staff that produced the first cable series for the Playboy Channel and various other ventures. She was a long time writer to the former Salem-News.com on-line newspaper as an Environmental Contributor. Lesli now is a contributing writer for The City of Hope. Although her industry experiences were vast, challenging, and never routine, the most personal challenging experiences were yet to come. Lesli was diagnosed with three virulent cancers caused by exposure to the carcinogenic Agent Orange while traveling with the USO, as an innocent 18-year old girl, in a war-torn Vietnam. As of this date, she lives daily with two rare and active cancers attributed to Agent Orange exposure. Her life and story is explored and shared in the profound book The Best Is Yet To Come (published 2011) “I never miss a moment of this beautiful life. I am always filling my heart with the vivid colors, textures, and glorious memories, that make up the unique tapestry of this wonderful journey we call life!”

October 1, 2013 Launch of Authenticity in Dialogue – The Next Generation in Publicity & Promotion

LAUNCHED OCTOBER 1, 2013 – “AUTHENTICITY IN DIALOGUE”

The Next Generation in Authentic Promotion and Publicity

banneraidrev1Authenticity in Dialogue provides a unique promotional opportunity for Authors, Writers, Filmmakers, Entrepreneurs and Artists to create a living testament of their work through deep dialogue. A finished product that can be provided for print, broadcast, speaking events and campaigns.

Designed for:

Authors

Writers

Filmmakers

Entrepreneurs

Speakers

Artists

Training Broadcasters

Promotion and publicity in this next generation of authentic dialogue, provides people and organizations with a deep reflection of their own work and conscious product or service. Through the application of deep research and conversation, a two hour audio declaration is created for multiple uses:

  • Radio and Television Programming
  • Promotional purposes
  • Use in workshops, seminars and symposiums
  • Calling card or promotion for perspective broadcasters or publishers
  • Multiple use audio selections for radio advertising or promotion
  • Promotion for entrepreneurs and conscious business products and services
  • For students training in broadcasting

Benefits

  • Recordings broadcast at DG Networks
  • Permanently archived for reference on network
  • Copyright ownership of Audio broadcast file
  • Editing available for appropriate uses across multiple applications

July 22, 2012 Exclusive Film Interview (Malibu, California): “The Life & Career of Academy Award Winner Actor Louis Cameron Gossett Jr.”

Watch Program. Gossett made Broadway history in 1953 when he appeared as a star in Take a Giant Step, which was selected by The New York Times drama critics as one of the 10 best shows of the year. He was 17, and still a student at Abraham Lincoln High School, with no formal drama training. Gossett stepped into the world of cinema in the Sidney Poitier vehicle A Raisin in the Sun in 1961. His role as drill sergeant Emil Foley in the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentleman (opposite Richard Gere) showcased his talent and won him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He was the first African-American male to win an Oscar in a supporting role, the second black male to win for acting, and the third African-American actor to win overall. His win ended a 19-year Oscar drought for African-Americans, the second longest in the Academy’s history since Hattie McDaniel’s 1939 win for her supporting role in Gone with the Wind. In 1986, Gossett starred in another role as a military man in the film Iron Eagle. It was followed by three sequels. Gossett’s Broadway theatre credits include A Raisin in the Sun (1959), Golden Boy (1964), and Chicago (2002). He also has performed in other media, including television productions. His Emmy Award-winning role of Fiddler in the 1977 groundbreaking television miniseries Roots first brought Gossett to the audience’s attention. In 1983, he was cast in the title role in Sadat, a miniseries which chronicled the life and assassination of Anwar Sadat. While filming An Officer and a Gentleman, Gossett was also starring in the 1982–1983 science fiction series, The Powers of Matthew Star. He plays the role of fictional U.S. President Gerald Fitzhugh in the movie Left Behind: World at War. Gossett is the voice of the Vortigaunts in the video game Half-Life 2 (but he did not reprise the role in Half-Life 2: Episode Two) and is the Free Jaffa Leader Gerak in Season 9 of the sci-fi television series Stargate SG-1. He provides the voice of Lucius Fox in The Batman animated series. He recorded several commercials for a Nashville-based diabetic company, AmMed Direct, LLC. In 2008 he filmed the “Keep It Real” series of commercials for the Namibian lager Windhoek. In 1997, Gossett presented When Animals Attack! 4, a one hour special on Fox. Gossett also co-wrote the antiwar folk song “Handsome Johnny” with Richie Havens. Gossett portrayed John in the Word of Promise audio bible.

The Eracism Foundation Inc. was founded on January 5, 2006 by Oscar Winning Actor Louis Gossett Jr., who upon envisioning the organization, has committed the last quadrant of his life to an all out conscious offensive against racism, violence, and ignorance relative to the role and significance of history in positioning individuals and collective communities for the future. The mission is to eradicate the systematic impacts of all forms of racism by providing programs that foster cultural diversity, historical enrichment, education, and antiviolence initiatives.

 

The Life & Works Professor William Tiller June 18, 2010

Listen/view program. Seminal radio series with Professor William A. Tiller (Original broadcasts June 18, 23 & 24, 2010)
billFellow to the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, Professor Emeritus William A. Tiller, of Stanford University’s Department of Materials Science, spent 34 years in academia after 9 years as an advisory physicist with the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. He has published over 250 conventional scientific papers, 3 books and several patents. In parallel, for over 30 years, he has been avocationally pursuing serious experimental and theoretical study of the field of psychoenergetics which will very likely become an integral part of “tomorrow’s” physics. In this new area, he has published an additional 100 scientific papers and four seminal books.
“For the last four hundred years, an unstated assumption of science is that human intention cannot affect what we call “physical reality.” Our experimental research of the past decade shows that, for today’s world and under the right conditions, this assumption is no longer correct. We humans are much more than we think we are and Psychoenergetic Science continues to expand the proof of it.” – William A. Tiller
The Tiller Model

 

416Psychoenergetic Science involves the expansion of traditional science to include human consciousness and human intention as capable of significantly affecting both the properties of materials (non-living and living) and what we call “physical reality.” For the last four hundred years, an unstated assumption of science is that such a thing is impossible. However, our experimental research of the past decade shows that, for today’s world and under the right conditions, this assumption is no longer correct. We have discovered that it is possible to make a significant change in the properties of a material substance by consciously holding a clear intention to do so. For example, we have repeatedly been able to change the acid/alkaline balance (pH) in a vessel of water either up or down, without adding chemicals to the water, merely by creating an intention to do so. While this is very exciting – even more exciting is the fact that we have been able to use a simple electronic device to “store” a specific intention within its electric circuit. This is important because this “intention programmed” device (we call it an intention-host device), can be placed next to a vessel of water at any physical location to obtain the same results we have achieved in our lab. In this way, we have had others replicate these water pH results at multiple locations around the world. Such results are consistently reproducible! How is it possible for something like this to occur in the physical reality with which we are all so familiar? We have discovered that there are actually two levels of physical reality and not just one. It is this “new” level of physical reality that can be significantly influenced by human intention! How? There are two basic kinds of unique substances found in these two levels of physical reality. They appear to interpenetrate each other but, normally, they do not interact with each other. We call this the uncoupled state of physical reality. In the uncoupled state we are able detect our normal physical environment with our five physical senses. But the substance in this normal state of physical reality is not influenced by human intention. The substance in the “new” level of physical reality, appears to function in the empty space between the fundamental electric particles that make up our normal electric atoms and molecules. As such, it is currently invisible to us and to our traditional measurement instruments. But the substance in this “new” level is influenced by human intention.

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