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  • 00:30

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Dr. Gloria Payne of Meridian Counseling Center

    in Health

    Dade City, FL – Traditional therapy is the standard but it doesn’t work for everyone. It’s a therapist’s responsibility to expand their horizons, further their education and learn the most effective ways to benefit their clients.

    Dr. Gloria Payne is a certified Rapid Resolution Therapist, BodyTalk practitioner, and the founder of the Meridian Counseling Center, where she offers both traditional cognitive behavioral therapy as well as innovative, state of the art holistic methods of healing.

    “I look at the whole picture so I want to make sure I have the right tools and I have a lot of tools in my toolbox,” says Dr. Payne. “There is more available to people than just western medicine and medication.”

    Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) can help bring about desired change. Long-standing habits can be changed and so can your emotional responses. It is an excellent method of eliminating the negative effect that past events continue to have on emotions, behavior and even health.

    BodyTalk is a relatively new and powerful truly holistic and natural method of physical and emotional healing that utilizes state of the art energy medicine to optimize the body’s internal communications. As a certified Body Talk practitioner, Dr. Payne relies on the body’s inherent knowledge of itself to locate the energy circuits that need repair.

    “I was working with someone recently who had experienced deep trauma,” recalls Dr. Payne. “After our first BodyTalk session she said, ‘For the first time in my life I smiled on the inside.' There’s nothing better than to see somebody who has been suffering become free of whatever has been constraining their life.”

    For more information on Meridian Counseling Center, visit http://www.meridiancounselingcenter.com


  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Cathy Larson of Double Blessing Healing and Growth

    in Health

    Cocoa Beach, FL – After 30 successful years in real estate, Cathy Larson experienced a career epiphany when she received a clear message from God.

    “He said, ‘I want you to be a healer for the next 20 years,’” recalls Cathy. “I said, ‘Really?’ I’ve been in sales all my adult life but Healing? I know nothing about Healing!”

    Shortly after this experience, Cathy spoke with a friend who worked with Dr. Bradley Nelson, creator of The Emotion Code.

    “I read The Emotion Code from midnight to four in the morning,” recalls Cathy. “I couldn’t put it down."

    According to The Emotion Code, most adults carry around over 300 trapped emotions in our body. We call this emotional baggage. When you experience an emotion like fear or anger, it can implant itself in you like a little ball of energy. When this happens, the energy of these emotions becomes trapped.

    Our bodies have the capacity to heal themselves. However when there is block like trapped emotions our bodies do not function as they were designed to. You become sick, sleepless, stressed, angry, have loss of memory. This can contribute to diseases like cancer, autism and addiction.

    Cathy says releasing these emotions is like rebooting a computer. Once you release those trapped emotions you’re removing the symptoms that cause the disease. With The Emotion Code, Cathy says you can live the life you deserve and make a difference to your family and friends. They deserve the best of you, and you deserve to be well from the inside out.

    "You can’t put a price on your good health, feeling wonderful and having a life again," says Cathy. “To do this healing is a real blessing. That’s why I’ve named my practice “Double Blessing - Healing and Growth.” When we heal someone, it is a blessing to them and a blessing to us.”

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Emotion Code practitioner Debbie Robbins

    in Health

    Upper Marlboro, MD – Just imagine what you could do if you consistently had positive thoughts about yourself and others! Many of us possess self-limiting beliefs, which are the result of negative emotions that prevent us from realizing our gifts. When we free these trapped emotions, we can finally experience optimum health and fulfilling relationships.

    For nearly 30 years, Debbie Robbins has been dedicated to natural techniques that support the body's innate ability to heal. Today, Debbie is a certified Emotion Code practitioner, freeing people of negative energy.

    Debbie was first introduced to natural techniques of healing when her son fell sick as an infant. Between 100 days old and a year, her son was prescribed 12 different courses of antibiotics. His body’s immune system was compromised from the antibiotics, and then he developed allergies.

    “A friend told me about a woman who did energy readings,” recalls Debbie. “I was willing to try anything. She did an energy reading for my son over the phone and prescribed some natural remedies for him and he got well. I discovered the value of alternative health care and decided to learn about it.”

    Emotional stresses are at the base of nearly all illnesses. Anxiety, insomnia, headaches, depression and panic attacks are just some of the conditions that respond very well to The Emotion Code.

    “Everything is energy. Our physical bodies are energy. Our thoughts are energy” says Debbie. “When a person gets sick there is frequently an underlying energetic imbalance, whether it is spiritual, emotional or mental. Often the physical body, free of all that stress, is able to heal itself quickly and naturally. Be part of the transformation, starting with yourself!”

    For more information visit http://www.debbiesemotionalhealing.com

  • 00:18

    The Sorrowful Mysteries with Rosary Radio

    in Christianity

    Sign of the Cross

    THE APOSTLE'S CREED, THE OUR FATHER,  3 HAIL MARY's,  Glory be to the Father, and the O my Jesus.
    The First Sorrowful Mystery is the Agony in the Garden, when his trusted friends, the Apostles fell asleep, leaving him all alone (Mark 14:32-42).
    Our Father -10 Hail Marys - Glory be to the Father - O My Jesus

    The Second Sorrowful Mystery is the Scourging at the Pillar at the order of Pontius Pilate (John 19:1-6).
    Our Father -10 Hail Marys - Glory be to the Father - O My Jesus

    The Third Sorrowful Mystery is the Crowning of Thorns (John 19:1-6).
    Our Father -10 Hail Marys - Glory be to the Father - O My Jesus

    The Fourth Sorrowful Mystery recalls Jesus' Carrying of the Cross (Luke 23:26-27).
    Our Father -10 Hail Marys - Glory be to the Father - O My Jesus

    The Fifth Sorrowful Mystery is the Crucifixion and Death of Jesus (Matthew 27:33-54).
    Our Father -10 Hail Marys - Glory be to the Father - O My Jesus

     Hail Holy Queen 

    Sign of the Cross


  • 00:30

    Celebrity Juice Features Jacob Davich Sharkboy

    in Entertainment

    Who walks away from an acting career after working alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Susan Sarandon, Amy Poehler, and David Arquette? Jacob Davich does, and returns with a masterful debut EP that exhibits a refreshing handcrafted aesthetic that recalls the halcyon era of 1970s singer-songwriters.

    “I fell into acting when I was around 12,” Jacob explains. “I used to play guitar to keep my mind occupied while I waited for the phone to ring for acting gigs, but music took over and loved it more than acting. When you’re in a movie, you’re told what to do, but I loved that with music you have full creative control.

    ”Jacob Davich has had prominent roles in such films as The Aviator (2004), Mr. Woodcock (2007), and The Adventures Of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3­D (2005). His father, Martin Davich, is an esteemed Hollywood composer known for his work on ER, Days Of Our Lives, Beverly Hills 90210, and Third Watch, among many other shows. Jacob grew up playing guitar, piano, and, later, singing, developing his prodigious musical talents mostly on his own with the occasional piano lesson from his father. In solitaire, he studied the intricate guitar work and song structures of artists such as Paul Simon and James Taylor, and pored over Joni Mitchell’s Blue, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors, and the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s.

  • 01:01

    Alexander Gershman of the Sasha's Bloc Band visits Cruz Inc Radio

    in Music

    Los Angeles based jazz collective Sasha’s Bloc are releasing their latest single “Feels Like Jazz” off their latest CD release Heart on Fire, featuring the incomparable Grammy nominated singer Jane Monheit providing her signature sultry vocals.

    A blend of contemporary and traditional 1920’s jazz, band leader Alex Gershman and Sasha’s Bloc will transport you back in time to the feel good times of the roaring ‘20s in this new single with its simple, conversational verses, polished production and standout solos from trumpeter Kye Palmer and guitarist Steve Cotter capturing the styles and excitement of the past.

    With a big-band sound that recalls the vibe of New Orleans’ Preservation Hall Jazz Band infused with the blues, a hint of Gypsy Jazz, contemporary jazz and swing, Sasha’s Bloc have been playing to sold out shows across Southern California for the past two years and have developed a loyal following across the country.

  • 01:58

    Marian Hollingsworth: Medical Abuse of My Father & becoming a patient advocate

    in Parents

    Hosted by Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer

    My father, Keith Blair, went into the hospital in July of 2009 for diagnosis of back pain. Without our knowledge or consent, he was given a cocktail of Risperdal, Haldol, Ativan, Tylenol with codeine, and Morphine. When I asked the doctor about this, he said it was just "hospital delirium,"  Sent to a  nursing home, my father was given more antipsychotic drugs, along with double doses of AmbienCR, the long acting version of the drug. He ended up with the bad side effects of these black box drugs such as heart trouble, severe dehydration and kidney trouble, and sudden diabetes. He also contracted a MRSA eye infection which spread to his lungs, fell 7 times in 12 days and developed a bedsore. (He was only in the nursing home 18 days.) He ended up a second hospital due to heart and kidney problems, where the same nursing home doctor treated him.) At the second hospital, he was given daily Risperdal, and we were told to prepare for his death. When I went through the records later, I discovered that a cardiologist said he was improving and that he could be released to the nursing home in a few days.

    2. How to get ALL the records.

    3. Your rights in a hospital or nursing home as a patient or family member. Know the codes in your state so you can use them. if needed, if facilities try to violate these rights.

    3. Dealing with the health department for complaints. Your rights in a complaint. The complaint in my father's case resulted in a new policy from the health department, AFL 1108. It mandates that nursing homes must verify that patients on antipsychotic drugs being transferred from hospitals have informed consent forms in their records, and if not, that informed consent must be obtained before the drugs can be given.

    4. Dealing with the medical board for complaints.


  • 01:01


    in Current Events


    Lots of folks are happy marijuana is legal in a lot of states, but there may be fallout no one thinks about. King County, Washington recently published a report that showed an increasing number of people, especially children, are accidentally eating and getting sick from it. Colorado reported that since marijuana was legalized there have been at least a dozen kids poisoned when they ate it. And it’s not just marijuana – kids get their hands on alcohol, Tylenol, aspirin—and lots of stuff that is fine for adults, but terrible for them.

    Join us as Dr. Alexander Garrard, Clinical Managing Director of the Washington Poison Center tells us about what’s happening with kids and substances and poisoning. He provides clinical management direction and leadership to the Washington Poison Center, and is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Washington, School of Pharmacy. Prior to this position he worked as a health scientist in the Division of Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) in the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And he sees accidental poisoning among children way too often.

    Please join us Saturday to learn more about what’s happening with kids and accidental poisoning.

    Call-in to share your opinions and questions at (646) 378-0430.

    Live at 11 am Pacific time, or go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways

  • Dr.Chuck Kennedy /PSI Lab, studying the psychic's brain activity

    in Entertainment

    The Para – Neural Lab is a twofold approach to explaining the paranormal with Quantum Theory. In the Lab I will performing EEG readings along with Trans Cranial Ultra Sound. These tools will be in place on mediums and psychics during readings, during remote healing's or readings as well as for recalls of Out of body events and Near death experiences. It can even be used for past life regressions.
    The second part is with Rev Kristina Rake. Using the web site projectpsi.com, we will be providing assessments for mediums and psychics to evaluate their skill level. They can then use this confidential site to drill and advance their psi skills. Join us in chat for questions or comments, or call us live.

  • 00:29

    PIJN News: John Birch Society President John McManus Recalls History

    in Christianity

    Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:

    Communism: It used to be America’s biggest external threat, but is it becoming the biggest internal threat? Dr. Chaps interviews John McManus, President of the John Birch Society.

  • 00:55

    Find Meaning in Your Loss by Giving Back

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with author, musician and founder of The Pedestal Magazine, John Amen. He shares his story of a “fundamental heart-break” - losing his mother at the age of 5. John recalls that even from his teenage years the artistic process was where he felt empowered and says “art saved my life.” Mandy ties in Step 6 - Service, of the Model of Heart-Centered Grief, by speaking about the fact that we find meaning in our losses by giving back. John shares that helping people to discover their voice is a passion of his and a way of giving back.

    John Amen is the author of five collections of poetry: Christening the Dancer, More of Me Disappears, At the Threshold of Alchemy, The New Arcana (with Daniel Y. Harris), and, most recently, strange theater (New York Quarterly Books). His work has appeared in journals nationally and internationally and been translated into Spanish, French, Hungarian, Korean, and Hebrew. In addition, he has released two folk rock CDs: All I’ll Never Need and Ridiculous Empire. Further information is available on his website: www.johnamen.com. John is a frequent music reviewer for No Depression. He founded and continues to edit The Pedestal Magazine (www.thepedestalmagazine.com).