• 02:00

    Is There a Psychological Influence and Purpose Within Music?

    in Music

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    Topic: Is There a Psychological Influence and Purpose Within Music?

     

    Music rather conscious or unconscious music takes on an intricate role in our daily lives. Psychologically it it influence act and react in many ways. For example; If were to go out to dinner for a a romantic occasion, your choice of restaurant for the evening would probably be a lounge that is know for easy listening music. On the other hand if you were to be going out for a girls night out or for a good night out with your boys, you are more likely to choose a club scene know for its upbeat an highly energetic atmosphere. Why is that?... one may ask, well when the neurotransmitters known as Dopamine are released in your brain it triggers off a gratifying stimuli that influences your mood, this the same endorphin's that influences your taste buds and reactions to other feel good activities such as receiving flowers or a birthday gift.

    Corporate America realizes and capitalize on the physiological potential of music all of the time, for this reason music is used in just about everything we engage in as humans. Advertising, sitcoms, movies, sport activities video games, ringtone are all the many examples of its purpose and influence that music has on the human psyche. This episode will take an analytical peak into the power of music. 

     

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  • 01:13

    Q&A: Improving Politicians, Psychological Visibility, and More

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on improving candidates for office, increasing psychological visibility, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Question 1: How can people improve the quality of politicians in office? 

    Question 2: How can I achieve greater psychological visibility? 

    To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

  • 01:28

    Violent connection between Psychological Meds and Shootings

    in Health

    Do you or your kids take prescription psych meds? On this weeks show we review a shocking study that links prescription psych meds and violent shootings. Also, GMO's and their affects on children and ADHD being caused by certain GMO foods. Plus current event issues and your calls and chats! Join me at 8pm.

  • 00:31

    Tom Malloy Discusses New Approaches to Film Financing

    in Film

    Tom Malloy has raised more than $25 million in private equity from independent financiers and has written, produced and starred, or co-starred, in nearly all the films.    Some of these films include ASHLEY, which starred Nicole Fox and Michael Madsen last year, LOVE N’ DANCING, directed by Rob Iscove, and stars Amy Smart, Billy Zane, and Betty White; and the psychological thriller THE ALPHABET KILLER, directed by Rob Schmidt, and starring, Timothy Hutton, Tom, and Oscar Winner Melissa Leo.  In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Tom is an accomplished author whose book BANKROLL: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films is considered the “gold standard” of indie film financing instruction. A second edition came out in 2012. 

  • 01:59

    THE PSYCHIC SYNERGY SERIES: Psychic Readings and Psychological Coachings

    in Self Help

    For the first time EVER, New Yorks' World Renowned expert Psychic Kim Kamilla will be teaming up with Los Angeles' premiere celebrity of the stars Life Coach Logan Jason, where Kim does your reading using her psychic abilities, and Logan will coach you based upon that reading. This is a highly anticipated and powerful new method of going deep within YOU, and discovering what is holding you back in life! Once Kim unveils what has been hiding, Logan will then provide you the very best and fundamental ways of changing your life through his coaching platform.


    We are excited to bring you this new psychological breakthrough, and the start of this new program, The Psychic Synergy Series.

  • 01:00

    Holly Whitaker- writer -speaker-blogger - Hip Sobriety- changing the mindset

    in Self Help

    Holly Whitaker is a writer and speaker,and blogs on her own site, hipsobriety. 

    Holly is a former healthcare exec who found her path to sobriety both outside of AA and the 12-steps and the healthcare system. Her mission is to create inspire empowering, holistic, modern, and above ground paths to recovery from addiction, and to remove the stigma, misinformation, and fear that surrounds the predominant methods to recovery that exist today. Join host Monica Richardson and Holly Whitaker for a 1 hour in depth show about new approaches to gettinghelp with drinking and drug over use issues. 


     


     

  • 01:05

    Myeloma Crowd Radio: Dr. Ravi Vij, MD, Washington University

    in Health

    Are there new treatment options for the relapsed/refractory myeloma patient? Dr. Ravi Vij, MD of Washington University School of Medicine describes some newer approaches and therapies now in clinical trials. 

  • 00:31

    Addiction: The Causes and The Solutions

    in Health

    On this episode, we'll be talking to Dr. Chas Gant about the causes and solutions to addiction. Here are his initial thoughts to get us started...


    "Over the years, various approaches to solving addictions have been tried with marginal success.  


    Historically, addiction was first thought to be a moral problem to be addressed by law enforcement. In the early 20th century, a psychological/psychoanalytic model was adopted, based on the poorly substantiated belief that addicts and alcoholics were simply medicating their emotional wounds.  


    Alcoholics Anonymous then emerged and achieved a modicum of success by promoting the 12-step philosophy, which bypasses immorality or psychological rationales as the cause, focusing instead on spirituality.  


    The psychopharmacological approach came next. It was based on the assumption that addiction is caused by a or Prozac deficiency in the brain.  Substantial education and prevention efforts have also been made for decades.  


    For the most part, addictions are currently handled by some combination of these models, but with marginal success. 


    How can we do better? All of these approaches have made contributions, but none of them fully addresses the critical brain/body connection, so let’s explore the little known scientific facts about addiction.


    The good news is, we now have the tools to break this hopeless cycle." Dr. Chas

  • 01:18

    Medicine for the Mind with Dr. Wayne from Harvard

    in Health

    Living in the 21st century means less time, more stress; less standing more sitting; less walking more driving; less slow food, more fast food and less face time more Facebook. All this adds up to a very poor state of mind, body and health. Leading to a slew of health problems from depression, aches and pains, heart diseases and the list goes on. Finding a solution in a pill or a surgery could seem smart but not always wise. As one explores holistic / complementary approaches to issues of the mind and body and health, very naturally we are confused with what works and what doesn’t, who to believe and what to believe? This dilemma holds us back from taking our first step towards trying out holistic approaches even though they have been scientifically proven to help heal us. Today, on the show we are discussing Tai Chi, Yoga and meditation with experts who will answer a lot of our burning questions and hopefully bring clarity to this very important issue of our time.


    Peter Wayne, PhD is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS). He is the Director of Research for the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine jointly based at the HMS and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His research to date, supported by more than 20 NIH grants, has focused on evaluating how Tai Chi and related mind-body practices clinically impact a variety of chronic health conditions, and understanding the physiological, mechanical, and psychological mechanisms underlying mind-body practices’ therapeutic effects. Peter has more than 35 years of training experience in Tai Chi and Qigong, and is an internationally recognized teacher of these practices. He is also author of the recently published book, “Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi”.


    On the panel are Dr. Carol Horton and Morgan Dix.

  • 01:01

    Creative Integrative Medicine with Dr. Paul Drouin

    in Health

    “This book is a story about my own journey as a medical doctor toward creative integrative medicine. It is about my passion to promote changes in the health-care systems and medical schools that will lead to a greater understanding of the true nature of the human being and assist us in reaching our greatest potential through healing on all levels.”


    “It is now time to redefine a form of medicine based on the new scientific model of understanding of the universe according to quantum physics — a creative integrative medicine. Doing so will be the key to solving the current health-care crisis, and it will lead to a new vision of integrative health care based not on disease but on the full potential of the individual. Our understanding of the human body will expand to include the body’s subtle energy systems and the mental and emotional connections to the physical body. How the mind works can be explored from a nondualistic viewpoint, compared to the dualistic philosophy used today. It will open the door to creative new approaches to healing that have the opportunity to solve problems still unresolved by conventional medicine, specifically in the areas of chronic and degenerative diseases.”


     


    http://drpauldrouin.com

  • 00:55

    Poz Retreats: Empowering People Who Are Infected and/or Affected by HIV/AIDS

    in Motivation

    Claes Lilja drops by the SnowbizNow Studios to share news of Poz Retreats, four-day international gatherings of people who are either infected or affected by HIV/AIDS who seek to enrich their lives through deeper insights, awareness and connections to both the community and oneself. They learn physiological, psychological and spiritual tools to help create healthier and more fulfilling lives while forging bonds and friendships with others who are dealing with HIV from different parts of the world. The program includes informational and instructional sessions as well as exercises and participation by all the attendees with attention given to the full body-mind-spirit connection. There is also plenty of time for social activities and relaxation. A variety of different techniques are used at the retreat including meditation, transformational breath work, healing touch and much, much more.


    Nicholas Snow Live, produced and hosted by Nicholas Snow.  Over 1.7 million downloads in just over 2-1/2 years.  The show's motto: "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity."


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