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Awakened Wellness with Mylaine Riobe MD

Awakened Wellness with Mylaine Riobe MD

July 27, 2019

“Depression and Anxiety: The real causes and solutions you should know”

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Flaunt! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle! with Lora Cheadle

Flaunt! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle! with Lora Cheadle

July 27, 2019

What Wolves Teach us About Being Human with Teo Alfero, Author, Speaker, Transformational Teacher, and Sanctuary Founder

The wolf has enthralled humankind for millennia, as a creature to be both feared and admired. It is the focus of countless myths around the world, in cultures from the Ainu people of Japan to the Apache First Nation elders who worshiped the wolf. But what can the wolf do for us today? What can it tell us about who we are both individually as well as collectively, and how can we live better lives, using the Wisdom of the Wolf? As Teo Alfero explains in his new book, The Wolf Connection: What Wolves Can Teach Us About Being Human, “Most people only see the wolf as an animal, as I once did. But the wolf has played a key role in human evolution, and we have lived in association with them for so long, that if we look carefully, there are many more ways to consider the being we call “wolf”. Our observations and interactions at Wolf Heart Ranch allow us to grok wolves as multi-faceted beings and also as inter-related ideas and archetypes in the human psyche. These experiences are validated by research in biology, genetics, ecology, behavioral sciences, anthropology, and mythology which demonstrates that wolves exist on numerous, subtle levels. The animals we see in the wild, hunting bison and deer, and those we care for at the ranch, who act as ambassadors in the human world, represent just two aspects, or realms of influence, of wolves. I see nine realms that can help us gain greater self-understanding, and remind us of the primal, wild freedom we still carry, dormant, deep within ourselves.

In today’s interview, wolf-dog sanctuary founder and shamanic practitioner Teo Alfero shares the profound knowledge that can be gleaned from these majestic creatures. Legends, behavioral science, and biological research all suggest that human beings picked up many of their key evolutionary traits—such as cooperative hunting and raising of their young, and their high degree of emotional intelligence and deep bonding—from wolves. Teo and his team at Wolf Heart Ranch conservatory have seen first-hand how wolves and wolf-dogs can shift people’s outlooks, empowering at-risk youth and benefiting people from all walks of life through their Wolf Therapy® program. Grounded in Teo’s years of working with wolves, as well as the findings of wolf biologists and the wisdom of First Nation elders, The Wolf Connection offers twelve Wolf Principles to awaken our intuition, live more authentically, and heal from past trauma. By integrating a myriad of sources – including inspiring stories from the Wolf Heart Ranch – Teo provides an understanding of wolves and the lessons they have to teach us, so you can harness their powerful and transformative insights in your own life. www.teoalfero.com www.wolfconnection.org

Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour with Mariam Massaro

Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour with Mariam Massaro

July 27, 2019

Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #360 was taped in mid-July 2019 at Singing Brook Studio in Worthington Massachusetts and features songs by Mariam Massaro and visionary acoustic improvisation from the Gaea Star Band with Mariam on vocals, native flute, acoustic guitar and ukulele, Craig Harris on congas and drums and Bob Sherwood on piano. Today’s first piece is the minimalist groove “I’m Gonna Find My Way” that features a driving, funky rhythm section from Bob and Craig and inspired lyrics and flute passages from Mariam. Mariam picks up her eight string ukulele for the outstanding folk ballad “Let’s Draw Down Our Dreams”, a gorgeous, flowing piece with a lush melody and bittersweet piano. “”All In The Light” is a misty, mystical minor ballad with a classical heart wrapped in progressive minimalism and an evocative melody from Mariam. “Under The Blue Canopy Of Life” is a prayer to a lush, wet summer day and “Divine Mother” is a gorgeous, windswept ballad featuring chiming acoustic guitar from Mariam. We finish with a triad of classics from Mariam’s albums, the romantic “Your Eyes Shine” medleyed with the inspirational “Reborn”, “Spirit Of Fire”, “You’re The One” and “To The Beings Of Light”.

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

July 27, 2019

Sheryl Glick host of Healing From Within interviews Tricia Nelson author of Heal Your Hunger which offers seven steps to understand and end emotional eating. Our physical challenges most especially lead us to a greater unfolding of our spiritual talents and gifts and offer ways to master our physical and energetic emotional needs. Tricia Nelson who lost fifty pounds by identifying and healing the root causes of her emotional eating and has spent over thirty years researching the hidden causes of the addictive personality learning that food addiction is one of the toughest addictions and is symptomatic of deeper issues. In twenty five years of helping Americans upgrade their diets she has seen how many misconceptions there are and how overweight individuals harm their physical and emotional state of being often causing pain loneliness and self-sabotaging views that limit their perception and potential to thrive. http://www.healyourhunger.com

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

July 27, 2019

Sheryl Glick host of Healing From Within interviews Jonathan Robinson author of his new book MORE LOVE Less Conflict who will help you recognize the stress in your relationships and suggest simple easy communication skills that can set things right. Jonathan Robinson is a former guest of the show. Jonathan Robinson psychologist and author of 12 books has made numerous appearance on the Oprah show and has articles in USA today Newsweek and The Los Angeles Times and co-hosts the podcast “Awareness Explorers” states that everyone really wants care, understanding and empathy, in their relationship. www.jonathanrobinson.com

Love By Intuition with Deborah Beauvais

Love By Intuition with Deborah Beauvais

July 27, 2019

I USED TO HAVE CANCER with James Templeton

A fifth generation Texan, James Templeton tapped into his fighting spirit and became an over 30-year cancer survivor who healed himself from a terminal diagnosis with the use of alternative medicine and healing modalities. As the visionary founder of Uni Key Health Systems and the Templeton Wellness Foundation, James has since utilized his wisdom and experience to helping others achieve optimum health and wellness. His latest book, I USED TO HAVE CANCER (Square One, April 2019) is his memoir chronicling his amazing journey back to health. He is also the co-author of Your Body Knows Best. Now a resident of the Pacific Northwest, James dedicates much of his time to living a healthy lifestyle and inspiring others to do the same. He also enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with family and friends.

Love Never Dies with Dr. Jamie Turndorf

Love Never Dies with Dr. Jamie Turndorf

July 27, 2019

Think Thin: How To Outsmart Emotional Eating with Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin

Many people with food, weight or body image issues think they have a problem with sugar or that they’re addicted to carbs. They’re all convinced that food is the problem. And they’re wrong. Food is not the problem. Food is actually the solution to the problem. Diets don't work in the long run. The key to sustainable weight loss is to stop dieting and focus on what's eating "at" you. Dr. Nina provides strategies to lose weight without counting a single calorie, carb or fat gram.

Bio: Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D., is a psychoanalyst, author, and radio host specializing in food, weight and body image. Considered a thought leader in the field of eating psychology, she has been featured in Psychology Today, The Los Angeles Times, Prevention, Real Simple, Redbook, Huffington Post, and more. She is a frequent guest expert, appearing on The Dr. Drew Podcast and other shows. Dr. Nina brings a fresh perspective to weight loss by helping people focus on what’s eating “at” them instead of on what they are eating. She hosts The Dr. Nina Show on LA Talk Radio and is the author of Food For Thought: Perspectives on Eating Disorders and Beyond The Primal Addiction (co-edited with Salman Akhtar). Her newest book, The Binge Cure: 7 Steps To Outsmart Emotional Eating will be released August 2019.

Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes

Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes

July 27, 2019

Roberta Grimes Talks About the Mission and Message of the Genuine Jesus

Those that we used to think were dead tell us decisively that the death of Jesus on the cross has never made an afterlife difference for a single human being. But Jesus told us all of that in the Gospels 2000 years ago! In this special episode of Seek Reality, Roberta shares with us the Jesus of the Gospels and the wonderful, eternal truth about what she calls the Greatest Love There Is.

The Second Genesis Awakening with Debara Bruhn Towt

The Second Genesis Awakening with Debara Bruhn Towt

July 27, 2019

Debara Bruhn Towt Is Honored & delighted to welcome to the show. The Plant Pioneers ~ Topic: Respect for all Nature organisms/ Plant Intelligence and Music of the Plants …with featured guest’s Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, RN, Clinical Herbalist, Wild Crafter and co-founder of Plant Pioneers & Bonnie Kavanagh who is a a second generation nurse and herbalist with over 35 years experience in health care & Barbara Aspland-Wolf Herbalist, Flower Essence Practitioner and Reiki Master/Teacher. She is passionate about her family, organic gardening, plant communication, the outdoors, and photography. Barbara is very active as a Scientist on board with the Board of Plant Pioneer’s with Music of the Plants. https://www.plantpioneers.org/

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, RN, Clinical Herbalist, Wild Crafter and co-founder of Plant Pioneers. As launching co-founder, Marguerite sees this as an eco-centric educational platform where at her work invite’s people to become interested in plants. Her focus is in outdoor encountered based learning activities that develop listening skills with ‘the-Nature-that-surrounds-us’ with interactive games and exercises that greatly serve the learning process. Through plant phenomena observation, the learning material she offers is in environmental remedial empathy exercises. At its foundation is Nature conservancy and community resiliency with a variety of learning applications such as: the art of herbalism, hands-on citizen science activities, un-wildcrafting; electronics; and the physiological and intuitive tools we house within each of us. Strong experiential tools used are the visuals of Cymatics – a plant generated geometric formation thru sounds that come from another tool called Music of the Plants – a plant sensitive synthesizer when connected to a plant liberates its signals into sound; body Dowsing; use of Stethescopes and/or a Pinard (a fetal heartbeat tool) to listen to trees and measurement 2019 Training for the trainer: “Developing Cognitive Agility” Bring Nature communication to everyone!!! Better navigate the outdoor field, anywhere, any time. Be in reciprocal relationship with the-land-that-surrounds-us. Develop your innate ancestral gifts. Empower electrical and intuitive listening tools. Be the-skillful-one with the voice of Nature. This, is the life we were meant to live. Marguerite believes, having one-on-one Nature experiences will liberate our blueprint so we may thrive WITH Nature. Resources and people that support Marguerite’s work: mentor and teacher Kate Gilday; Deep Ecology principles; Goethe; Wise Woman Ways; Non-Duality Contemplation Rupert Spira; biologist Dr. Lynn Margulis; plant scientists Suzanne Simard, Paco Calvo and Stefano Mancuso; ecological theorist Eleanor Gibson, Dr. Craig Holdgrege of the Nature Institute; Stephen Harrod Buhner; Sarah Root of Earth Keepers; Julia Graves of the Language of Plants; and Prof. Jem Bendell’s 2018n paper – Deep Adaptation: A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy.

Bonnie Kavanagh is a second generation nurse and herbalist with over 35 years experience in health care. Bonnie is a graduate of the Rosemary. Gladstar Art and Science of Herbology Apprenticeship and now teaches this program and other herbal and gardening classes at 7 Arrows Farm in Attleboro, Massachusetts where she is the community herbalist. Bonnie has been a presenter at many conferences including the Northeast Women’s Herbal Conference, the Mid-Atlantic Women’s Herbal Conference, the International Herb Symposium and the Rhode Island Herbal Conference. She loves to introduce people to the many benefits living a plant inspired life can offer. In addition to her herbal work Bonnie is the Director of Sales and Marketing for Fairland Farm, LLC a privately owned cranberry farm in Southeast Massachusetts. Bonnie is a member of the board of directors for the Hope Street Farmers Market and is passionate about educating people on the benefits of supporting local agriculture and artisan food businesses in her community. Being a part of the Plant Pioneers Movement is a dream come true for this consummate plant lover.

Barbara Aspland-Wolf is an Energy Healer with training as an Herbalist, Flower Essence Practitioner and Reiki Master/Teacher. She loves to facilitate others towards a path of balance and well-being while empowering others to create their own transformation. Barbara is the owner of Garden Gate Herbals for over ten years. She has taught at Sage Mountain and local Adult Learning Programs, led nature walks, and has written for United Plant Savers, the Northeast Herbal Association journal, Aroma Culture e-magazine, and her monthly blog. She is an herbal teacher with an education background in high school earth science, geology, and chemistry. Barbara is past President of the Northeast Herbal Association and a member of Plant Pioneers, the Northeast Herbal Association, United Plant Savers, and the Native Plant Trust. She is passionate about her family, organic gardening, plant communication, the outdoors, and photography.

The Story Walking Radio Hour with Wendy Fachon

The Story Walking Radio Hour with Wendy Fachon

July 27, 2019

Thinking Outside the Box on Environmental Issues

In order to find solutions to the problems in the world, I challenge people to search outside the box. The box could be physical, like an indoor classroom, an office building or a house. Getting outside tends to lead to greater imaginative thinking. Here are some problems reported in a recent article about crumbling urban schools: “Very little visible student learning was going on in the majority of classrooms and schools we visited – most especially in the middle and high schools,” and “Some rooms were utterly chaotic and unsafe,” the report continued. “Students were laughing, screaming, moving around and physically harassing one another, climbing up bookshelves.” Sounds like these kids are ready to break out of the box. What might happen if we took school education outside? In the first segment, I will share some fun experiences and engaging ideas for getting elementary-aged students outside the box to expand their learning.

In our second segment, an outside-the box-thinker, Peter Klepeis, a Professor of Geography at Colgate University will be speaking with us about “The Geography of Happiness.” Peter’s research and teaching focus on nature-society relationships and themes in sustainability science. Peter Klepeis. Peter gets his students outside and experiencing different landscapes. Peter’s assignments unnerve some students initially, however, in short order, those students become very connected with place and the experiences are transformational.

This particular show will be framed with two dramatic stories, both about some birds I’ve encountered, and the messages they imparted to me, about thinking outside the box.