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Listen in as Dr. Masum Momaya, the Curator for the Smithsonian’s Indian American Heritage Project, joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Program. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History recently opened the Smithsonian’s first in-depth examination into the history and culture of Indian Americans in the U.S., "Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation,” which will be on display until August, 2015. The exhibition will then begin an unprecedented national tour in an attempt to reach as many people and communities as possible.
Dr. Masum Momaya has 20 years of experience working for women’s rights, human rights and social justice. She holds an honors BA in Public Policy and Feminist Studies from Stanford University and an MA in Education and PhD in Human Development from Harvard University. Dr. Momaya joins us to discuss the concept and vision behind the largest ever exhibition on the Indian American community in the U.S. Visit the Smithsonian’s website at www.smithsonianapa.org/beyondbollywood
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Dr. Larry Momaya has helped hundreds of people breakthrough a variety of issues by tapping into the power of the unconscious mind. You might think of the unconscious mind as the hardware for your brain, which establishes your reasons for many behaviors, decisions, attitudes and beliefs. In this interview, he will share a few techniques he has used to help people overcome emotional overeating, undo depressing thoughts, stop bad habits, release food cravings and many other issues related mood disorders, trauma and addictions. Listen, tap into your unconscious mind and receive life-long change.
Dr. Momaya is also a certified Master Practitioner of Hypnotherapy, NLP, and Time Empowerment Techniques®, including a relatively rapid process to release negative emotions, as well as Limiting Decisions/Beliefs, using a powerful method called TimeLine Therapy®. He takes an Integrative approach in his work with people, and has helped hundreds of people with various problems using these unique tools. Dr. Momaya also has a variety of other passions, particularly in the creative arts and media. He has hosted his own Psychiatry call-in talk show, as well as a music program on public radio which broadcasted worldwide. In addition, he has also filled in for Dr. Amen on his National radio show “Change Your Brain Change Your Life,” as well as speaking engagements for the Amen Clinics. He co-authored his first book End Emotional Overeating Now: A Breakthrough Program to Take Control Over Food and Your Life with Dr. Amen, which released October 2011.
Faten Abdallah interviews Dr. Claire Brown Damken, co-author of Code Switching: How to Talk So Men Will Listen, followed by Dr. Masum Momaya, curator at the International Museum of Women Questions, comments, call (646) 595-3653, email: connectingwomenradio(at)gmail(dot)com.
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