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Bob Zima, MA/LCPC, is a self described “Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back.” He has experienced many trips to the gates of Hell and has lived to tell the tale.
In this short, 15 minute podcast, Bob shares with you his insights and lessons learned from several trips to Hell and back.
Today’s show features a discussion on the behavioral health and mental wellness benefits of humor. How is humor the best medicine? Why is it that those who have a sense of humor often cope more effectively? Tune in and find out.
Please join Health Educator & Life Coach, Erica Haray-Butcher, as she chats with Psychiatrist & Life Coach, Dr. Karen Hammers, on how to listen to your body to improve your health.
Erica and Karen have been on their own health journeys, and both have learned the value of listening to their bodies in order to get healthier. Our bodies hold a lot of wisdom, and they often communicate to us in ways we aren't tuned into. Erica and Karen will share tips and strategies on how to tune in to your body and use the information you gain to heal.
If you're trying to get healthier, or you're dealing with a chronic health condition, this show is for you!
To learn more about Karen, please go to www.karenhammers.com. To learn more about Erica, please check out www.catchgoodhealth.com. And don't forget- good health is contagious...pass it on!
1st Guest: Luke Miller.
Luke is a self-taught student of psychology, meditation & the chakra system & likes to transform the philosophy of older eastern teachings into modern understandable lessons.
Luke believes that meditation is the foundations for good health & likes to write, shoot videos & create courses relating to consciousness, development & meditation over at his blog
2nd Guest: Stacey Shipman.
Stacey Shipman won the Quietest Girl Award in sixth grade. She has since turned her biggest obstacle - fear of public speaking - into an opportunity. Stacey is the founder of Communicate Wellness, a media and event company that makes it easy for professionals, entrepreneurs, and leaders in wellness to connect and communicate with clients and collaborators. She is an award-winning speaker, the author of the forthcoming, Present Your Best: Simple Strategies to Turn Speaking Stress into Success, and a writer and adventurer with a passion for yoga, outdoors and travel. Stacey believes your voice can make a difference. The question is: are you brave enough to use it?
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Have a cup of tea, or your favorite beverage, (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they focus on humor at work with special guest China Frazier who has been an entrepreneur developing professional groups and real estate for medical professions. She founded The Paradigm Group and has worked for Deloitte & Touche, Price Waterhouse, and Coopers & Watson Wyatt Worldwide. With degrees in Educational Psychology, City Planning and Organization Design and Development, China now works in real estate investing focused on the niche business of "joint ownership". She is also aligned with SCORE, the Metro Chamber of Commerce and Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada, training and mentoring people 55+ who seek mid to late life careers in Real Estate. In pursuit of happiness, she loves travel, salsa dancing, audio books, gourmet cooking and her grandbaby Geneva!
This week's topic of humor at work will introduce you to skills that make humor a normal part of your life. How do YOU define what is funny to everybody? The answer is you can’t. Do you have the courage to dare to be your funny Self?
For today's topic handout for the Radio Show, visit Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.
Our guest's music choice is "Uptown Funk" by Bruno Mars. Listen to it as we discover how China uses it to stay positively engaged in the game of life. Learn about your music listening habits to discover if you're building emotional mastery that manages more easily life's ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.
Contact special guest China Frazier at www.chinasvegas.com.
On the March 25, 2015 edition of "Nature Of Reality Radio" I welcome Dr. Lynne Kitei who is best known for her work on the famous 3/17/1997 UFO sighting known as "The Phoenix Lights." Kitei is an internationally acclaimed physician and health educator who pushed aside her successful medical career to pursue The Phoenix Lights book and internationally award-winning Documentary project. She was leading the cutting edge era of early disease detection and prevention as Chief Clinical Consultant of the Imaging-Prevention-Wellness Center at the world renowned Arizona Heart Institute in Phoenix, Arizona until coming forward, after seven years of anonymity, as a key witness to the historic and still unexplained mass sighting throughout Arizona on March 13, 1997.
Dr. Lynne graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Secondary Science Education, with minors in Communication and Voice from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. 1970 and an MD Degree from Temple University School of Medicine 1974. She completed her postgraduate studies at the Medical College of Pennsylvania. She has spoken at numerous conferences, her work on the subjects of health, medicine, and UFO's has been published in numerous works, and she has received a whole slew of awards for what she has done.
Lynne's site: http://www.thephoenixlights.net
Each week Dr. Epley, D.C., C.C.W.P, and Dr. Gofourth, D.C. will discuss current health news and noteworthy studies, and their impact on our health. Our emphysis is primarily on toxicity and deficiency and how this stress negatively effects our health. Creating sufficency and eliminating toxicity by eating well, moving well, and thinking well can reverse the negative effects of stress and can lead to a lifetime of health and wellness.
This week we will discuss new studies and articles relating to medical fraud, hospital superbugs, TB, Vitamin D, Sun Exposure, C Diff, surgery for BRCA1/BRAC2 gene mutations, gut microbes, probiotics, Autism, Health information exchanges, omega 3, fish oil, knee replacement surgery, increasing IQ, Natural foods, poor water, sanitation and hygiene in health care facilities, Zinc deficiency,
On a special edition of 'This Week in Health Innovation' at 1PM Pacific/4PM Eastern March 25th 2015, join @efuturist Douglas Goldstein and me Gregg Masters @2healthguru for an impromptu and raw wrap-up with key takeaways from the 15th Annual Population Health Colloquium organized by David Nash, MD, MBA the founding and current Dean of the the Jefferson School of Population Health on the campus of the Thomas Jefferson University.
This was an amazing conference in the 'City of Brotherly Love' aka Philadelphia. We conducted no fewer than 15 interviews with keynote speakers to session moderators and toured the landscape from the implications of global risk contracting to incremental progress from the fee for service to fee for volume paradigm shift.
Join us for an informal recap of this no 'Johnnie come lately' to the Population Health conversation and discovery journey. In fact, some may say the event is perhaps the 'grand-daddy of them' all.
Tune in to hear The Good News of the Glorious Gospel taught under the anointing of the Holy Ghost, great contemporary gospel music and game changing speakers. We look forward to you calling in with your testimonies, prayer request, and or questions. On Teaching Tuesday let's see what the Spirit has to say to the church