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  • 00:15

    Yogilachi: Healthy Living Laboratory

    in Health

    The body will do what the mind tells it - but what if your mind has some poor input? We're going to talk about this on today's blog talk radio show.

  • 02:17

    Thanksgiving: Giving Thanks for 73 Amazing Years

    in Self Help

    It's chat and warm up music for the first 30 minutes, then our show gets underway at 9am pacific, 12-noon eastern.

    It’s My Birthday;  I Want to Give Thanks to You & My World! It’s such a privilege to live a life on this earth! It’s a place of incredible natural beauty, a supportive environment, and a place set up to give us incredibly fast feedback on our decisions and actions. It’s a place of “accelerated learning,” the rewards of which are often miraculous. Come share with me this week as I offer you how this has worked through one life. I’m sharing “secrets” that have helped me evolve from “Victim” to “Leader,” from fearful to courageous, from feeling guilty to “guilt-free.” Let’s celebrate!

    Because of the confusion and loss of World War II, the era in which I was born, I didn’t realize until a few short years ago that I was actually born on Thanksgiving Day!  What an amazing life I have lived! I want to celebrate some of the incredible stories and experiences with you as I step into my 73rd year. What’s really been important? What have been my most definitive moments? How has my culture affected what I’ve been able to do? What does all of this mean for you? If, indeed, our Earth is a “Giant School,” then I’ve been at work in the “Laboratory” for a long, long time. I’ve made some discoveries, some messes, and am emerging on this show to share with you the amazing things I’ve seen! I look forward to having you with me for this special show.

  • 00:13

    Yogilachi: Healthy Living Laboratory

    in Health

    How using the 4 Elements can help restore harmony in the body, mind, spirit and heart.

  • 00:15

    Yogilachi: Healthy Living Laboratory

    in Health

    Stephana shares her personal journey to heal her body, heart and mind. On today's episode she shares her number one action that helped her heal after years of illness and suffering.

  • 00:30

    Yogilachi: Healthy Healing Laboratory

    in Health

    How finding joy beyond trauma and healing from our past becomes easier with this key piece of understanding.

  • A Catch Conversation with C. McNair Wilson

    in Lifestyle

    McNair Wilson is one of the leading forces for creativity in all facets of corporate and personal life. His powerful, engaging keynote presentations and practical workshops in creative thinking, inventive problem solving, and teamwork are widely regarded as the best available. His client list runs from from Apple, Inc. to the Salvation Army, Chick-fil-A Corporate, Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, and aerospace companies that currently have objects orbiting the Earth..

    McNair draws on his professional experience in: theme park design (as a Disney Imagineer), theatre, graphic design, cartooning and illustration, creative writing, and entertainment design.

    His most recent published book, HATCH!:Brainstorming Secrets of a Theme Park Designer, is McNair’s muchanticipated book on creative team building and inventive problem solving. HATCH! is on two of Amazon’s top ten lists: “brainstorming” and “theme parks.”

    For more info contact McNair by email :: bigdesk@mcnairwilson.com

    McNair’s BLOG on the actively creative life :: http://www.TeaWithMcNair.com

    Twitter :: @mcnairwilson

    Facebook :: McNair Wilson International Fan Club & Dry Cleaning

  • 00:30

    The Roxanne Pappas Show: A Snowball Toss on the Senate Floor? Seriously?

    in Environment

    I  want to continue our discussion on climate change based upon some additional reading I've done.  The Cape Cod Times is doing a series on this with scientists and researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Insitution, the Marine Biological Laboratory, NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center and the U.S. Geological Survey Coastal and Marine Science Center.

    First thing to remember is that climate change and global warming, although used interchangeably, are really not the same thing. Based upon the disasters we've experience around the world, I can't image anyone believing that our climate is not changing.  Yet we still have the naysayers.  Interestingly enough, though, the pros and cons seem to follow party lines.

    So again, I will provide information and some stats and you decide.

  • 01:56

    Experiencer's Network ~ 10/30/15 ~ Janet, John, Karen & Bret

    in Education

    Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & John Polk interview Karen Christine Patrick & Bret Collin Shephard on Friday, October 30, 2015. 

    On this show we discuss the two space programs, the secret space program and NASA, the upfront program.  We also cover the work of Dr. Ken Johnston, former NASA astronaut who worked on the LRL (lunar receiving laboratory) where he supervised receiving the moon rocks and photos from the Apollo missions.  Bret and Karen are working with Dr. Johnston to produce two books, Ken's autobiography and a second book which is a photo journal.

    Did we really go to the moon?  What's really going on in space?  What is the breakaway civilization and how does it work?

    There's so much information being revealed it's like drinking out of a fire hose. How do we deal with it all and get a handle on it?  How do we sort this information out?




  • 00:31

    Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos Show w/ Dr. Larry Burk- Research: Dreams That Diagnose

    in Self Help

    Dr. Larry Burk lets magic happen in his research on Breast Cancer and Warning Dreams published in a leading medical journal and the Huffington Post. His story begins in his hometown at the University of Pittsburgh where he did his medical school & radiology residency training. There he was fortunate enough to get in on the ground floor of MRI just as it began to flourish in 1985. After this very conventional beginning, he was unexpectedly launched into a multifaceted adventure into holistic healing in 1987. In 1993 he  moved to Durham, home of his alma mater, Duke University, and the Rhine Research Center, formerly the Duke Parapsychology Laboratory where he took a job as section head of musculoskeletal radiology at Duke and also pursued parapsychology research in intuitive diagnosis, He eventually became a founding member of the American Board of Scientific Medical Intuition and Rhine board president for a year.  Since then he wrote the book Let Magic Happen, had his research study involving 18 women whose Dreams Diagnosed Breast Cancer, published in a leading medical journal. and in the Huffington Post. Dr. Larry Burk is also a regular presenter at the International Association for the Study of Dreams. 

    His book is Let Magic Happen available here: http://www.amazon.com/Let-Magic-Happen-Adventures-Radiologist/dp/0985506105/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1340907929&sr=8-1&keywords=Let+Magic+happen 

  • 00:14
  • 00:30

    The Desi Doogie Howser

    in Culture

    Dr. Balamurali Ambati M.D. PH.D. became the world’s youngest doctor, receiving his medical degree at the age of 17. He was rated #1 in a Top 40 under 40 global survey of ophthalmologists by The Ophthalmologist magazine in May 2015. Dr. Ambati has been chosen as one of the Moran Jazz Doctors, the NBA Utah Jazz team ophthalmologists. 

    Dr. Ambati is an eye surgeon specializing in lifestyle lens implants, LASIK, cataract surgery and corneal transplants. As leader in ophthalmology, Dr. Ambati is the Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, and the team ophthalmologist for the Utah Utes. He also directs a laboratory for developing new cures for eye diseases and volunteers his time with ORBIS, Project Hope, Sight for the Sightless, the Navajo Nation, and other humanitarian outreach efforts.