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We want to welcome back Dean to the show. Mr. Garner has written many printed and electronic books, and has edited and ghost written New York Times 'best sellers'. I want to talk to him tonight about how to get started in publishing, and his thoughts on a topic he is well versed in.... the Jesuits. Are they ( or the linage of their roots) truly the source of the downfall and future enslavement of man.
William Dean A. Garner (natural person, not a corporation) is a former scientist (biophysics: marine biology/neurobiology), US Army Airborne Ranger (C Company, 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment), corporate mercenary with international private military firms he designed and helped build, and a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter and editor of many books.
He is a Senior Editor at Adagio Press, a small indie publishing company and home to the 69-Minute Novel and 69-Minute Books.
Join us for an interesting conversation on this very important topic.
About the book - In a marketplace flooded with "princess" paradigms that are all about getting married and dressing up, this refreshing story shows how the lives of good friends Kinney, Oceana, and Sammie change forever when they stumble upon a mysterious bag with magical tiaras inside. Placing the tiaras upon their heads, they transform from regular girls into Super Duper Princess Heroes! Their new powers, however, come with strings attached: to keep the magic going, the girls need to help others, work together as a team, and always be humble about their abilities. Can these awesome girls rise to the challenge and help save the world? Through fun and adventure, the story of the Super Duper Princess Heroes conveys positive messages to young girls about independence, strength, teamwork, and responsibility, demonstrating how some princesses might have higher aspirations than wearing fancy gowns and glittering jewelry.About the author - Sanjay Nambiar is a freelance copywriter in Los Angeles. He is the author of "Maybe (A Little Zen for Little Ones)," for which he won a Mom's Choice Silver Medal Award and a Gelett Burgess Gold Medal Award, as well as the award-winning "Remember the Stars" and "Still There?". He graduated from U.C. Berkeley, with degrees in Economics and Neurobiology, and earned an M.B.A. from UCLA.
"The winds of grace are always blowing, but we must raise our sail." -Sri Ramakrishna
In her recently-published book Tilting Toward Chaos, transition coach, writer and advocate of calm Nancy G. Shapiro shares a radical approach to befriending change.
• She'll share practices, tools, and stories that support people navigating the inevitable shifts of their personal and professional lives.
• She'll invite the listener to pause on the quivering edge of constant, inevitable transition and take courageous yet calm steps toward the unknown.
For within the constantly shifting landscape of our days lie countless opportunities to re-imagine, re-create and renew the very fabric of our existence.
Meet Nancy G. Shapiro: She once had a turbulent brain. Then she returned to college at the age of 53 to study the transformative effects of poetry. Simultaneously enrolled in a coaching accreditation program, she became fascinated with mindfulness and perspective, linguistic awareness, and the collaborative breakthroughs in neurobiology and psychology.
Her book, Tilting Toward Chaos, is part one of a larger work-in-progress about the power-filled calm of clarity, compassion and choice. When she's not inspiring her global clients on skype, you'll find her walking her dogs in the countryside surrounding San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO THE 150 YEARS OF THE MEDIUMS' BOOK. Dr. Anseloni interviews the renowned scholar Dr. Stanley Krippner, PhD. He is professor of psychology at Saybrook University, San Francisco, is a Fellow in four APA divisions, and past-president of two divisions. He is co-author of Extraordinary Dreams, The Mythic Path, and Haunted by Combat: Understanding PTSD in War Veterans and co-editor of Healing Tales, Healing Stories, The Psychological Impact of War on Civilians: An Intern
Our special guest is Dr. Kristen Willeumier, Ph.D., the Director of Research for the Amen Clinics, Inc. She leads the research on all clinical studies performed at the Amen Clinics across a variety of topics including SPECT imaging in clinical practice, traumatic brain injury, suicide, obesity, gender differences in brain function, brain rehabilitation, clinical outcomes and nutraceuticals. Dr.Willeumier has numerous publications in the field of neuroscience, is professionally associated with the Society for Neuroscience and has given presentations at national and international neuroscience meetings. Dr. Willeumier received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Boston College, her Masters in Physiological Science and Neurobiology from UCLA, her Ph.D. in Neurobiology from UCLA, and completed her Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neurology from Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. She has published journal articles in notable neuroscience publications including the Journal of Neuroscience and has continues to publish within notable Nature journals including Nature Obesity and Nature Translational Psychiatry.
We'll be talking with her about how brain SPECT imaging can help reverse brain injury. Her motto: "It's never too late".
Suzy Manning, CEO of SUZYMANNING LLC and host of "Women Living Empowered Lives at Midlife" BlogTalk Radio interviews Alice Aspen March, The Attention Lady. Alice has created an innovative paradigm for enriched living: The Attention Factor.
She’s given key-note addresses, staff trainings, workshops and seminars, participated on various work and educational panels where she is in demand more and more across the country. She has presented her work internationally in Auckland and Taranga, New Zealand, on a cruise ship on the Mediterranean, in Greece at an artist’s retreat, at an international fitness center, Rancho La Puerta, Tecate, Mexico, and at various cities around the US...to hundreds of people, working in various occupations and living varied lives.
She has written two books:
Attention: It’s the Problem---It’s the Solution
Attention: Secrets for Making It in College and Beyond
A series of Podcasts and a Positive Parenting book are in development.
Two professors from Stanford and two from Brandeis, representing fields of neurobiology, psychiatry, sociology and economics, have provided the proof of concept in a publication of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. After years of research, they concluded definitively that attention from adoring, loving adults is The Greatest Gift for infants, supporting brain development and the basis for happier, healthier, more intelligent and more productive lives.
Alice moved from Los Angeles to New York City, where she is expanding her work, launching an effective coaching program for families who want to be able to communicate with each other.
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Hello Everyone! It's me, Pia Louise your host for "Living Portraits" all about Crisis of Identity, Creativity as a healing tool; and the best part, your personal Reinvention Story. Yay for you! My background is in Healing Arts: Yoga and Massage Therapy and Fine Art. Those activities support me through my crisis. My friends are tickled by my fascination with metaphysics and neuroscience. Today I want to share what I found in the news this week: Our neurobiology is wired in childhood. Good for those of you who had nurturing adults. More of a challenge for those of us who lacked security and well being. Do you wonder why you've danced with addiction or constantly feel stress. We can't leave out the information on "perceptions" Most likely if you're on a Crisis Course you have some misconceptions about yourself. Join me today and I will walk with you on your healing path.
Host Craig Hunter speaks with Andrew Newberg MD, and Director of Research at the Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University and Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Newberg is a leading Neuroscientist and award-winning Author: Words Can Change Your Brain and How God Can Change Your Brain. Craig asks Dr. Newberg to explore the emerging field of neurotheology which studies the links between faith, neurobiology and the mysteries of psyche. Find out what changes take place in the brain when people who meditate or pray? Discover how faith and spiritual practices influence brain chemistry and the overall quality of life. Join Craig Hunter and Dr. Andrew Newberg for a fascinating discusssion of these questions and more.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 - 3:30 pm PST/6:30 pm EST
Our incredible special guest tonight is Dr. Christopher Ross who is Professor of Psychiatry, Neurology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Director of the Division of Neurobiology, Director of the NINDS-funded Baltimore Huntington’s Disease Center, and Director of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America Center of Excellence at Johns Hopkins.
Tonight PI Dr. Ross will give us an update on the HSG clinical trial PREQUEL. The results are in on this CoQ10 trial.
Showtime: Tuesday, July 16th at 6pm PT / 9pm ET
Do you toss and turn at night? Take forever to fall asleep? Wake up feeling like you need another night's sleep? If you answered yes to any of these, you are like millions of Americans who deal with insomnia. There are answers!
Dan Pardi, CEO and founder of Dan's Plan and researcher on sleep neurobiology and cognitive neuroscience at Stanford University, joins Dr. Lo to discuss how YOU can sleep like a baby...naturally.
In this podast, you'll learn:
• How much sleep you actually need
• Tips to fall asleep with ease
• How to normalize your circadian rhythm (adrenal regulation)
Hosted by Dr. Lauren "Lo" Noel
Venus versus Mars, male versus female, and men versus women—since time immemorial these two human species need to battle for everything, whether they like it or not. In the process, it leads to a variety of biases and even misconceptions about the opposite sex. There may be no such thing as pure equality between us, but there can be understanding. When you know more about the other, you begin to learn how to communicate more effectively; tolerate or, better yet, accept each other’s differences; and learn to appreciate each other’s presence and contribution in society.
Dr. Louann Brizendine has made it her mission for several years to understand how the brain works for the woman and the man, and her discovery leads to so many things including some of her advocacies.
To be able to impart a very thorough knowledge and explain deep concepts to terms that can be easily understood, Dr. Brizendine underwent a very rigorous and tedious training. She attended some of the biggest and most prestigious schools in the country such as Yale School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School, where she obtained her residency. Before these, she completed a Neurobiology degree in the University of California Berkeley. Currently she’s a faculty member of the Department of Psychiatry of the University of California-San Francisco and a practicing neuropsychiatrist.
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What would life be like if you lived every minute of every day with the deep peace of knowing the nothing and no one is against you? Too often in life we believe that outer circumstances are holding us back, driving us crazy, or causing us pain. When we wait for others to change, for outer circumstances to adjust, we give away our sense of wholeness and our very freedom to craft the life our heart desires.
On this episode, Rima Bonario and Kelly Isola offer you the 21-day practice called The Q Process™ which weaves together the latest research emerging from neurobiology, developmental psychology, and quantum science with the wisdom of the world’s mystical traditions as a powerful path to personal evolution.
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