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Your Health and Authenticity

Even those of us in the mind/body field still struggle with old beliefs that tell us that the body and mind are not united. But Dr. Bernie Siegel, one of our spiritual leaders in the field of medicine, sees it differently. Through his advocacy for patient empowerment and his powerful, poignant stand on living life fully and dying in peace, he teaches that the body responds positively to authentic living. His first bestselling book, Love, Medicine and Miracles, led to several other self-help books on healing by learning to live authentically. More recently he’s written a children’s book, Smudge Bunny, a parenting book, Love, Magic and Mud Pies, and a book for anyone struggling with loss, Buddy’s Candle. Currently he is working on a book of cancer survivor stories entitled Faith Hope and Healing. As a witness to thousands of personal stories Bernie has a story of his own to tell about authenticity and health. Don’t miss it.

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The Many Myths of Planet Earth

What is your mythology? Do you know? Or, are you living it out as if? There are many different mythologies by which we run our lives, by which we run our economy, by which we run our politics, our religions, our fates. Even our desires are very often based in our mythologies. Could it even be that our mental/spiritual/physical/emotional health is based in our mythologies? How can we activate principles that seem to be applicable for all of us if both our cultures and we as individuals are living a myth? How do we know what is real and what isn’t? If I am interpreting life events and my own identity according to a myth, then how do I actualize my truest Self? This week we are going to spend some time together exploring the variant mythologies by which we run the world. And we are going to expose the real truth beneath the mythologies. Don’t miss this one! It might just make the difference.

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The Science of Premonition with Dr. Larry Dossey

Dr. Larry Dossey, is back for the second time to talk about his latest book, “The Science of Premonition: How Knowing the Future Can Help Us Avoid Danger, Maximize Opportunities and Create a Better Life.” Now not only do we find that premonitions are common, but we can learn of the science behind them. Dr. Dossey is known around the world for his keen ability to bring scientific understanding to spirituality and for his advocacy for the role of spirituality in healthcare and wellness. He is the author of eleven books, including the New York Times Bestseller “Healing Words,” During his distinguished career as a practitioner of integrative medicine, he helped establish the Dallas Diagnostic Association, served as Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital, and served on Hillary Clinton’s Task Force on Health Care Reform in 1993. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how the mind reaches beyond time.

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Getting Healthy = Getting Conscious

We tend to look at healthiness as a product of good nutrition, and a healthy dose of exercise, in combination with good genes, good medicine and good luck. Most recently, we’ve added low stress to that combination. What this means is that we are basically looking to the externals to bring us to good health. But Ivan Rados has a different take on it. Author of the book, “Health: It’s All About Consciousness,” Ivan believes that health and sickness are a reflection of our essential being. In fact, he believes that when we restore consciousness to the flow of Oneness, we restore our body’s natural healthy state. From his perspective then, the body is a part of the plan here—not the workhorse or the enemy. If you would like to live in tip-top condition, tune in.

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Deep Personal Change

We’ve all made promises to ourselves that we would change something about our behavior or attitudes only to find ourselves back in the same old rut not too long after we made that promise. If we can’t even make the surface changes, how in the world are we going to make the deep changes? Most of us don’t even consider the possibility—so we just work on things like changing behavior, and thoughts. But what we don’t know is that the reason these more surface changes are so hard to make is because we haven’t made the deeper changes. But again, how? This week Michele Rosenthal, mental health advocate, public speaker, blogger, writer, workshop/seminar leader, Certified Professional Coach, Hypnotist, and Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, is going to teach us about e three steps we can take to deep personal change. Don’t miss this important show.

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Premonition—Fact or Fiction?

Dr. Larry Dossey, our guest for today, is known around the world for his keen ability to bring scientific understanding to spirituality and for his advocacy for the role of spirituality in healthcare and wellness. He is the author of eleven books, including the New York Times Bestseller “Healing Words,” and, the topic of today’s discussion, “The Power of Premonitions: How Knowing the Future can Shape our Lives.” During his distinguished career as a practitioner of integrative medicine, he helped establish the Dallas Diagnostic Association, served as Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital, and served on Hillary Clinton’s Task Force on Health Care Reform in 1993. Today we are going to learn how the mind out of time affects our lives. Want to know more about your capacity for premonition? Don’t miss this show.

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Lighten up!

Need a laugh? The witty and irreverent Loretta LaRoche is all about it. Bestselling author and international stress management and humor consultant, Loretta has spent the past 30 years raising the laugh potential in all of us. She’s on the Mass General advisory council for anxiety and depression and was recently awarded the National Humor Treasure Award. And she writes a weekly newspaper column called “Get a Life.” See, the deal is, we need to laugh. A lot. Yet the big joke among mental health practitioners is the homework assignment to work on having more fun. But this won’t be work. Tune in this week to de-stress, get a life and re-energize. Don’t miss this show!

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Your Health and Authenticity

Even those of us in the mind/body field still struggle with old beliefs that tell us that the body and mind are not united. But Dr. Bernie Siegel, one of our spiritual leaders in the field of medicine, sees it differently. Through his advocacy for patient empowerment and his powerful, poignant stand on living life fully and dying in peace, he teaches that the body responds positively to authentic living. His first bestselling book, Love, Medicine and Miracles, led to several other self-help books on healing by learning to live authentically. More recently he’s written a children’s book, Smudge Bunny, a parenting book, Love, Magic and Mud Pies, and a book for anyone struggling with loss, Buddy’s Candle. Currently he is working on a book of cancer survivor stories entitled Faith Hope and Healing. As a witness to thousands of personal stories Bernie has a story of his own to tell about authenticity and health. Don’t miss it.

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Self-healing

All healing is self-healing, because we heal from inside out, not from outside in. Dr. Weissman, our guest, is an internationally renowned physician, speaker, and educator and the developer of The LifeLine Technique, through which he offers an integrated approach to healing. He is the author of The Power of Infinite Love and Gratitude: An Evolutionary Journey to Awakening Your Spirit and a contributing author in the best-selling book by Dr. Masaru Emoto, The Healing Power of Water. He has practiced holistic medicine for 14 years and in 1999 opened The Way to Optimal Health medical center in Northbrook, Illinois. His approach to healing is one that recognizes the body as a self-healing organism, which is only blocked from its natural ability to thrive because of old patterns and wounds. Once these are recognized and released the body returns to its natural state of wholeness. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about self-healing.

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The Many Myths of Planet Earth

What is your mythology? Do you know? Or, are you living it out as if? There are many different mythologies by which we run our lives, by which we run our economy, by which we run our politics, our religions, our fates. Even our desires are very often based in our mythologies. Could it even be that our mental/spiritual/physical/emotional health is based in our mythologies? How can we activate principles that seem to be applicable for all of us if both our cultures and we as individuals are living a myth? How do we know what is real and what isn’t? If I am interpreting life events and my own identity according to a myth, then how do I actualize my truest Self? This week we are going to spend some time together exploring the variant mythologies by which we run the world. And we are going to expose the real truth beneath the mythologies. Don’t miss this one! It might just make the difference.