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  • Are you ruled by emotions?

    in Self Help

    Anger, shame, regret, sadness, excitement, fear, courage, worry, blame, desire, all of these are emotions that often rule our bodies, our minds and our lives.

    In this episode of "Beyong the Reality of the Mind" Sophie and Tobias will discuss some easy ways to regain your sense of power and space. 

  • Stay in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions - Pt. 4

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we continue our discussion in part 4 of "Staying in Touch with our Youthful Emotions."

    Learn how to Forgive the Bullies, Plan for Surprises, Get Creative and Tell Tales.

    In part 4 of our show, we learn how to keep the faith and add years to our lives. Faith, as it turns out, is a protective factor that can help brighten your outlook, calm your nerves, ward off health problems and lengthen your life.

    Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.

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    Toxic Emotions & Effects on spiritual and physical Health!

    in Health

    Special Guest Speaker: Chikita Brown Mann. Author of the book: "Identity Crisis: Establish and Maintain Your Identity In "Christ".

    Toxic emotions of fear, sorrow, envy, jealousy and anger dredge up stories from your childhood or previous relationships. These old stories are superimposed onto the current moment and relationship, and that specific toxic neural network is reinforced in your brain.Expressing anger in reasonable ways can be healthy, but explosive people who hurl objects and yell at others frequently may be at greater risk for heart disease. Prolonged bouts of anger can take the toll on the body in the form of high blood pressure, stress, anxiety, headaches and poor circulation. Research also shows that even one five-minute episode of anger is so stressful that it can impair your immune system for more than six hours. All of these health issues can lead to more serious problems such as heart attacks and stroke.

  • Stay in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions - Pt. 3

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we continue our fascinating conversation about Staying in Touch with Our Youthful Emotions.

    Life's hard knocks can put serious dents in youth's optimism -- and rob you of its age-protecting benefits.

    When it comes to health and well-being, optimism is optimal.

    Research finds that people who score high on tests of optimism find greater pleasure in life, feel less hassled and stressed by everyday demands, report fewer health problems, and even recover more quickly from major surgery, than those who get low scores.

    Tune in and learn the many ways you can recapture your youthful emotions and live a happier, healthier life.








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    Divine Guidance and Healing with your Angels~ Processing Emotions

    in Spirituality

    Hi come chat with Amy Clair! This week Amy will be continuing her series of teaching how to heal deep wounds from trauma and abuse. This week she will be talking about how to push through your emotions and how to find your personal power. Amy is an Intuitive and abuse survivor, she enjoys assisting people in their own lives with healing and giving them loving guidance from thier angels. She will be giving divine guidance and healing to those that call in. She also gives tools for healing and tools to have a healthy happy life!! Come join the fun and talk about the divine, miracles, love, friendship, relationships, career and healing. Please join the chat and call in!

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    in Music


  • Stay in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions - Pt. 2

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we continue our discussion about the benefits of Staying in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions.

    Open wide and ...laugh out loud.  Humor, it seems is just what the doctor ordered.  Not only can it help reduce stress and open channels of communication between people, research suggests humor can help ease pain, facilitate recovery, help problem solving and decision making, and help you maintain your balance and your positive outlook.

    "Humor isn't a substitute for health care, but it can be a powerful and fun adjunct," says Joel Goodman, Ed.D., director of the Humor Project, an organization in Saratoga Springs, New York, that offers seminars, conferences, and publications on the therapeutic use of humor. Dr. Goodman is also the co-author of Chicken Soup for the Laughing Soul.

    Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.



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    Stay in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions - Pt. 1

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the art and benefits of Staying in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions.

    The truth is, riding roller coasters can help you stay young at heart, too.
    So can reveling in all sorts of other experiences that cultivate childlike qualities --like playfulness, spontaneity, joyousness, flexibility, and optimism.

    It's a worthwhile investment of time and energy. Why? These kidlike qualities confer substantial age-protecting benefits.  Studies find that people who are optimistic and playful live longer, healthier and happier lives.

    Tune in and learn the difference between being childlike and not childish.



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    Radio Show: The Top 3 Emotions That Are Negatively Affecting Your Gut Health

    in Health

    In this show you’ll learn:

    How the mind, body, and emotions are all connected
    What the top 3 emotions are that negatively affect your GI health
    How hormones, neuropeptides, emotions, and the work of Dr. Candace Pert are all connected


    Negative emotions can result in alterations in your brain-gut connection, which can cause or worsen numerous gastrointestinal disorders, including inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, food allergies, GERD, and more

    Join Lynn DeBuhr Johnson and Arttemis Keszainn as they discuss what the top 3 emotions are that negatively affect your gut health and what they turn into for healing your body at all levels .

    Arttemis Keszainn is a visionary entrepreneur, author, public speaker, and creator of Juicing For Fat Loss, Blending For Beauty, and Green Living with Oils. Arttemis has touched and transformed over 10,000 lives world-wide to achieve dynamic health through juicing, blending, and creating a beautiful lifestyle.

  • The What If Show featuring Lesia Alexander | Understand & Connect with Animals

    in Self Help

    How to Understand, Soothe and Connect with your Animals

    Lesia Alexander is a professional Animal Communicator and a Healing Touch for Animals practitioner. Her mission is fostering the sacredness of the animal-human bond and honoring, supporting and healing the animals we love and share our lives with.  From this deep calling, Lesia spent 14 years with indigenous teachers formally studying earth guardianship, earth medicine, and animal knowledge.

    She uses ancient and modern forms of earth medicine to help animals with wellness, behavior, transitions, and end of life.

    A close bond with our animals brings us joy and actually improves our health. 

    Lesia”s  lifelong calling, and years of training and experience allow her to understand situations from an animal’s perspective. You’ll learn how to talk to your animals, soothe and calm them when they’re stressed, so they know are loved and know they belong.

    You’ll come away with new understanding that will deepen your relationship with your animals. 

  • 00:30

    Do Animals Feel Emotions Like We Do? (EXPERT)

    in Pets

    Yes, animals do feel and express deep emotions just like their human counter-parts.  They become depressed when a companion dies and mourn for their loss. See http://www.deathofmypet.com  for more information.

    Many experts (myself included) agree that animals, birds and other animals feel their live deeply.  This isn't a new topic.  In fact, Charles Darwin wrote about animal emotions way back in 1872.  His studies were on dogs who grinned and monkeys who chuckled when tickled.  

    Pure Joy in Animals

    Just now, our dog Rosie heard my husband say "Think I am going to take the dog on a walk in the sunshine."  Rosie went from a solid sleep to bouncing with joy and anticipation.  Was our dog grinning? Oh yes, she was one happy camper.  She knew that a walk in the sunshine meant a trek to the river and an opportunity to play in the leaves and chase sticks and snap at flies and all sorts of wonderful exciting times with her "fur family."

    Barbara King, professor of anthroopology at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA says: "Tody, after thousands of years of friendship, there is a great deal of attunement between humans and dogs, not only in terms of comprehension of each other's gestures and body language but also emotionally."

    Come & Claim Your Free Book

    You are invited to join our community of kind, thoughtful people who have respect for all creatures, two and four legged, at www.deathofmypet.com You can claim your free book there as well at www.ILOVEPETSTORIES.COM  You will always be glad you did.



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