Put the Fun Back into Playing Sports with Dr. Jerry Lynch

December 8, 2016
Hosted by Dr. Paula Joyce

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When my 5-year-old son was playing soccer, the parents got together and requested that the coach resign. They were unhappy with the way he treated their children. He was yelling at the kids, benching the kids who weren't good players and generally making the experience so unpleasant that the children didn't want to come. Unfortunately, this is all too common and our children are suffering. The impressive thing in this instance was that despite the fact that some of the parents were friends with the coach, they had the courage to stand up to him and protect their children. There are rules on how to play various sports, but there are no rules on healthy behavior for parents and coaches. Some people need their children to be star athletes in order to feed their own egos and the child's needs get overshadowed. It is possible to learn how to parent your athletic child in a way that helps them perform at higher levels, be happy and actually have fun! Please join us Thursday to learn how.

Uplift Your Life: Nourishment of the Spirit

Thursday at 8 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel

Learning to see life from a spiritual perspective can change the way we think, which changes everything. As we let go of fear, worry, regret, blame, anger, guilt, resentment, jealousy and shame, we can create the loving, joyful, prosperous, healthy life that we want and deserve.

The best or worst place to live is in our own mind. You will learn how to weed out the negativity and to be grateful and positive in word, thought and deed, resulting in your ever-increasing happiness. Uplift Your Life: Nourishment of the Spirit is broadcast live every Thursday at 8 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel.

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Dr. Paula Joyce

Dr. Paula, The Life Doctor, has helped thousands of people improve their health, wealth and relationships through writing, coaching and speaking. Her clients attain success, achieve breakthrough thinking and enhanced productivity with her Ultimate Creative Problem Solving Process, which aligns and integrates information in both sides of the brain. Clients dissolve hidden fears and blocks, solve challenging problems and reach their goals.

Despite being told that she could not write creatively, paint or dance, Dr. Paula is a best-selling author, an internationally shown artist and an accomplished Argentine Tango dancer. She broke the family rules by being a working mother, who did postdoctoral work at Yale and was Director of Leadership Development in a school district where she coached and trained top level executives. She has overcome emotional and psychological abuse and learned to see the positive in every experience and feel the gratitude for all of it.

Dr. Paula co-authored a best-seller, Nothing But Net. Her e-book, 33 Tips for Self-Empowerment is the first of a series of 33 Tips books.

Dr. Paula has spoken to organizations such as: American Express Financial Services, Baylor University Medical Center, Jung Society and Voluntary Hospital Association.

She was in USA Today, Dallas Morning News and on national radio and television. She was named one of America’s Leading Experts and recognized by The National Academy of Best-Selling Authors.

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Dr. Kelly Orr

Dr. Kelly Orr received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1978. He completed a fellowship in Clinical Health Psychology in 1993 and was in the private practice before entering the Air Force in 1987. After retiring in 2004, he moved to Colorado Springs. Dr Orr has directed psychological and Behavioral Medicine services in Air Force Medical Centers, worked with the children and families of soldiers, was a senior faculty member of the Air Force Psychology and Psychiatry Residency training programs and Clinical Faculty at the Health Sciences Center, University of Texas Medical School in San Antonio, TX. Dr Orr is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology, a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology and a member of many professional organizations, including, the American Psychological Association, the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research. View Guest page

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Nancy Addison

Nancy Addison, CHC, AADP, is an inspirational health and nutrition speaker, #1 best selling author, columnist, and radio show host. Nancy’s best selling books are inspiring and endorsed by world-renowned doctors who say they are great resources for medical professionals. Her publications include: Lose Weight, Get Healthy & Never Have To Be On A Diet Again!, How To Be a Healthy Vegetarian, and Alive and Cooking: An Easy Guide To Health For You and Your Parent co-authored with Maryann DeLeo. Because of health challenges, Nancy began to research health, nutrition and self-healing over 27 years ago. With her plant based organic diet, she has restored her health, raised two healthy children and now loves to share her information with others. Before becoming a successful professional speaker and health counselor, Nancy left a physically and emotionally abusive marriage to a wealthy lawyer. She has found her gifts and freedom through self-empowerment. Visit www.organichealthylifestyle.com View Guest page

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Donald Altman

Donald Altman is the author of Clearing Emotional Clutter and several other books about mindfulness. He is a practicing psychotherapist and former Buddhist monk. An award-winning writer and an expert on mindful eating, he teaches in the neurobiology program at Portland State University. Donald has trained thousands of mental health therapists and healthcare workers on how to use mindfulness as a tool for managing depression, anxiety, pain and stress. He is known as America's Mindfulness Coach for the way he integrates timeless mindfulness tools, neuroscience and spiritual values into modern life. He won two 2015 national Benjamin Franklin Gold awards for The Mindfulness Toolbox which won the best book in the categories of both psychology and body, mind, and spirit. A prolific writer, Donald has also written for an Emmy Award-winning children's television program. Please visit him online at www.mindfulpractices.com. View Guest page

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Susan Anderson

Susan Anderson is the author of The Abandonment Recovery Workbook, as well as Taming Your Outer Child and The Journey from Abandonment to Healing. The founder of the Outer Child and Abandonment Recovery movements, she has devoted the past 30 years of clinical experience and research to helping people resolve abandonment and overcome self-sabotage. Susan is a psychotherapist who through the abandonment recovery movement, offers a program of support groups and new techniques. She leads workshops across the country and reaches out through her website to bring her message of healing to abandonment survivors as well as clinicians. Please visit her online at http://www.abandonment.net. View Guest page

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Reverend Dr. Lauren Artress

The Reverend Dr. Lauren Artress is author of Walking a Sacred Path: Rediscovering the Labyrinth as a Spiritual Practice, The Sand Labyrinth Kit and The Sacred Path Companion: A Guide to Walking the Labyrinth to Heal and Transform (Putnam/Riverhead Books, New York). She serves as a Canon at Grace Cathedral and is Founder of Veriditas a non-profit dedicated to introducing people to the healing, meditative powers of the labyrinth. She travels worldwide offering workshops and lectures on Hildegard of Bingen and on the labyrinth including a yearly program in Chartres, France. She is on the Editorial Board of Presence Magazine published by Spiritual Director’s International. In addition to being an Episcopal priest she is a spiritual director and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California. www.laurenartress.com View Guest page

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Kira Asatryan

Kira Asatryan is a couples coach and a team coach who trains Silicon Valley startups to work cohesively. She is also a popular blogger on Psychology Today and other sites. Prior to becoming a full-time relationship coach and writer, she ran marketing campaigns across major platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Google Search. She lives in San Francisco, CA and her websites are www.StopBeingLonely.com and www.KiraAsatryan.com. View Guest page

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John Ayo

John Ayo is a Naturopath, Speaker and Author and has been researching mind/body/spirit topics since 1976. He worked in sales for IBM for 27 years, where the stress of “Corporate America” caused him to examine his priorities in life. He began having health issues around 1999 that could not be addressed by the traditional medical model of “fixing symptoms”. This led him on an amazing journey back to health…and to his true passion. John grew up in Houston, and graduated magna cum laude from Texas A&M in Civil Engineering, where he went on to earn his MBA. This quest led John to pursue a Doctorate in Naturopathy (ND), which he completed in 2006. John earned his black belt in Aikido in 2011. His mission is to make a positive and meaningful difference in people’s lives by sharing the information that he has researched on natural health solutions. John uses a variety of energy/biofeedback devices in his practice to help balance the energetic fields of his clients. View Guest page

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Sheryl Baird

Sheryl Baird's interest in the metaphysical world began in the early 1980's and has grown over the years. She says the more she learns, the more she wants to know. She has an exceptional appreciation for the vibrations and energy of the metaphysical world. Sheryl believes that there are many more mysteries for her to uncover and share. She is a three-time cancer survivor and attributes much of her healing to working with the higher vibrations of crystals and meditations. Sheryl has a Master's degree in Psychology and a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. She worked in the Technology Industry for over 20 years in Executive Management Administration before she came to manage Silver Pyramid in Dallas, TX for owner Steve Collins. She has been there since July 2010. View Guest page

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Stephanie Banks

Stephanie Banks was born into a family of intuitives who encouraged fostering faith in accepting guidance from within as well as from other realms that surround our own. Prior to her near-death experience, she led a life directed by modern day terms that lacked depth and clarity. Immediately following her encounter with death, her life transformed to that of an awakened soul. She has now dedicated her life to mastering ancient wisdom and writing candidly about all she learns through this process. Her unfailing connection to the non-physical realm has offered guidance and transformation to all those who seek profound insight into our existence. Stephanie attended the University of Western Ontario, and is currently enrolled in the master class of spiritual enlightenment. She lives with her family in British Columbia. Please visit www.stephaniebanks.org View Guest page

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Amy Lewis Bear

Amy Lewis Bear is a psychotherapist in Atlanta and the author of From Charm to Harm: The Guide to Spotting, Naming, and Stopping Emotional Abuse. The emotional abuse Amy experienced in her first marriage so profoundly impacted her that she gave up a successful career to become a psychotherapist. She has dedicated her professional life to treating emotional abuse victims and helping to expose a social epidemic that thrives on secrecy. After the release of her book, best selling author, John Gray, endorsed her. Amy then appeared on dozens of television and radio talk shows. She is an “Expert” blogger for PsychologyToday.com. Her blog is called From Charm to Harm. She continues to write and speak on the subject of emotional abuse. Her mission is to encourage both perpetrator and victim to recognize and stop destructive behaviors, get help and provide healthy relationship role models for their children. Amy has been happily married for 15 years. Please visit www.heartwisecounseling.com View Guest page

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Dr. Pati Beaudoin

Dr. Pati Beaudoin went to the University of Toronto, GSU and Emory. Perhaps her best training was in her family of origin, with 2 alcoholic parents and 7 younger siblings. She has been in practice for 30 years and has taught psychotherapy, including hypnosis and energy work, in the US and internationally. She served on the Board of the GA Psychological Assoc. and the Assoc. for Comprehensive Energy Psychology and as Chair of GPA's Division of Independent Practice and as President of the GA Hypnosis Society. Dr Beaudoin consulted to NYPD's Division of Internal Affairs, Nicaragua's Ministry of Health and The Center for Mental Health and Human Development in Atlanta. She also serves as an expert witness in domestic violence cases. Dr Beaudoin's articles address childhood sexual abuse, forensic psychology and ethics. Her book, Letter to Husbands From a Wife, is a communication manual meant to be used in conjunction with marital therapy. She also produced a DVD series, Clarity for Couples. View Guest page

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Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett is the author of Start Right Where You Are and Get It Done. She created The Organized Artist Company to help creative people get unstuck and achieve their goals. She is a writer, actor, teacher and creativity/productivity specialist who has counseled thousands of artists and entrepreneurs on their way to success. Bennett is the bestselling author of: Get It Done: From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 Minutes a Day; An Artist Talks To God; Less Crazy, More Money: 52 Secrets to Running a Serene, Profitable Business; By The Way, You Look Really Great Today: Selected Poems; and 365 Reasons to Write. She is an award-winning small business marketing expert. As an actor, Bennett has appeared in such hit shows as Modern Family, Strong Medicine, The Drew Carey Show and Days of Our Lives. Bennett also worked at the legendary Second City Theatre in Chicago and with ComedySportz Los Angeles. Please visit her at www.startrightwhereyouare.com. View Guest page

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Stephan V. Beyer, PhD. , J.D.

Stephan V. Beyer, Ph. D., J.D., is a well-known writer and speaker on shamanism and spirituality. He is also a community builder, peacemaker, and carrier of council. He has been trained and certified in many areas of circle processes, mediation, and nonviolence and has offered peacemaking workshops to a wide variety of audiences, from therapists to theologians, and at Montessori, charter, alternative, and public schools. He has served as a Lecturer in the Department of Criminal Justice at Chicago State University, teaching undergraduate courses and graduate seminars in restorative justice and in the theory and practice of nonviolent resistance. He lives in Chicago. View Guest page

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Tobin Blake

Tobin Blake is the author of Everyday Meditation: 100 Daily Meditations for Health, Stress Relief, and Everyday Joy, which was selected as one of the best books of 2012 by Conversations Magazine and The Power of Stillness, an alternate selection of One Spirit Book Club. His most recent book is With Love, All Things Can Be Healed. Tobin has studied various spiritual traditions and has been meditating for over two decades. He received his formal training in meditation through Self-Realization Fellowship. He is also a long-time student of A Course in Miracles. Since the publication of his first book, he has appeared on numerous radio and television shows and has held workshops on meditation and spiritual awakening. For information about the author and his work, and to receive daily inspirational thoughts and quotes, please connect with him on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/TobinBlake. View Guest page

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Linda Bloom, LCSW

Linda Bloom, LCSW, and Charlie Bloom, MSW, regularly teach at Esalen Institute and the Kripalu Center and have served as adjunct faculty at institutes of higher learning including The University of California Berkeley Extension, and California Institute for Integral Studies. They have been married since 1972 and have served as psychotherapists, marriage counselors, consultants and seminar leaders since 1975 promoting healthy, fulfilling, and successful relationships for individuals, couples and organizations. Their best-selling book, 101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married: Simple Lessons to Make Love Last has been translated into several languages. They also authored Secrets of Great Marriages: Real Stories from Real Couples about Lasting Love and their new book is Happily Ever After… and 39 Other Myths about Love: Breaking Through to the Relationship of Your Dreams. Linda and Charlie Bloom live in Santa Cruz, CA. Please visit them at www.Bloomwork.com. View Guest page

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David Bookbinder

David Bookbinder is a psychotherapist, writer, photographer and teacher near Boston. As a therapist, he works primarily with artists, children, couples and people with addictive behaviors. He came to psychotherapy after a transformative near-death experience that shifted him toward his present work as artist and healer. He sees his vocation as a calling and is a regular presenter at the Creativity & Madness conference in Santa Fe. David blogs for the spirituality portal Beliefnet.com, where he promotes the use of art as a means for healing and personal transformation--the primary purposes it has served for him. Bookbinder currently enjoys transforming photographs of flowers into mandala like images, which won an Artist Fellowship grant in photography from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and have been exhibited at galleries and museums in Boston and NYC. The Flower Mandalas are featured in his soon to be published fourth book, Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas, a Kickstarter.com project. View Guest page

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Dr. Joan Borysenko

Dr. Joan Borysenko has a doctorate and 3 post-doctoral fellowships from Harvard Medical School. She is a distinguished pioneer in integrative medicine and a world-renowned expert in the mind/body connection. Her work has been foundational in an international health-care revolution that recognizes the role of meaning and the spiritual dimensions of life as an integral part of health and healing. Her brilliance, humor, and authenticity—in combination with the latest research—make her a compelling and inspiring speaker and writer. In the early 1980’s Dr. Borysenko co-founded a Mind/Body clinic and became a psychologist and instructor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Joan wrote the New York Times bestseller, Minding the Body, Mending the Mind and 13 other books and numerous audio and video programs. She is the Founding Partner of Mind/Body Health Sciences, LLC located in Boulder, Colorado and the Director of The Claritas Institute Interspiritual Mentor Training Program. JoanBorysenko.com View Guest page

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Will Bowen

In July 2006, Will Bowen offered a simple idea for people to monitor their success at eradicating complaining from their lives. His idea exploded around the world and nearly 10 million purple Complaint Free bracelets have been sent to people in more than 106 countries. Bowen has been featured on Oprah, NBC's The Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning, The ABC Evening News, Fox News Channel and in hundreds of TV and radio interviews around the world. Stories about him and the movement he created have been written about in over 200 newspapers, People magazine, O magazine, Self magazine and Chicken Soup for the Soul. His first book, A Complaint Free World, is an international bestseller. It has been published in 14 countries to date and was made into an audio book, read by Bowen, and published by Random House Audio. His second book, Complaint Free Relationships was published in 2009. He has gone on to write more books and create DVDs and even an app. Go to WillBowen.com for more information. View Guest page

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Cara Bradley

Cara Bradley is the author of On the Verge. She is a passionate teacher of yoga, meditation, and fitness who has been in the trenches of personal transformation as a “mental strength coach” for over three decades at her Verge Yoga Center, retreats, corporate training sessions, and with teams such as Villanova University football and Penn State men’s basketball. Cara co-founded the nonprofit Mindfulness Through Movement, which provides full-year mindfulness programs to more than a dozen schools in urban Philadelphia. Cara is also the host of the podcast Real Women, Courageous Wisdom, a series featuring Women for One Truthtellers--everyday women and kindred spirits passionate about sharing their journeys and inspiring others. She shares her personal journey and discoveries in her popular blog, Cara Bradley Unveiled. Please visit her online at www.carabradley.net. View Guest page

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Robin Perry Braun

Robin Perry Braun, MPsy is a licensed therapist in Texas, a certified Emotion Code Practitioner and ordained minister. She has spent more than 2 decades searching for tools that bring authentic healing to the tough-to-heal afflictions such as addiction and PTSD. She is the author of “A Believer’s Guide to the Law of Attraction” and “30 Days to Peace and Joy”. Her passion is to educate people on the power of the subconscious in attracting our life. She helps people release hidden trapped emotions and reprogram limiting beliefs. She is passionate about helping people manage their brain chemistry, physical health and mental/emotional well-being. Ultimately she believes if she can educate and help the world raise their frequency, the outcome will be corporate mindfulness that can bring major solutions to a world in need of healing. Her specialties include helping individuals with weight loss, depression and anxiety. Robin is also a speaker and workshop facilitator for corporations. View Guest page

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Niesje Buaas

Niesje Buaas has been a Registered Dietitian for 22 years. She received her BS in Nutrition from University of Texas at Austin dietetics program. She is also a Certified Diabetes Educator and a respected member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Niesje currently works for United Healthcare and is a partner in iBalance Wellness LLC. She previously worked at WIC Nutrition Program and Lifetime Fitness. Niesje has helped many individuals achieve their health and wellness goals to live happier lives through balancing stress, exercise, and nutrition. She is passionate about empowering others to discover and explore their potential and overcome obstacles to experience and sustain positive change in daily life creating harmony and balance. www.ibalancewellness.com View Guest page

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James Caldwell

James Caldwell is a Licensed Professional Counselor who currently serves as a Student Assistance Coordinator for the Frisco ISD and has had a private practice in counseling for the past 15 years. During his career, he has served as a counselor, teacher, speaker, consultant, and a Children’s television show host. Over the past 15 years, he has presented at school assemblies on bullying, drug prevention and character development to over 2,000,000 students across the country. His work with children has earned him a Regional Emmy and Parents Choice Award. He is passionate about Bullying Prevention and currently shares his message with anyone who will listen! James, a native of McKinney, Texas, holds a M.Ed in Counseling from The University of North Texas and a BS in Psychology from Southwest Texas State University. www.james-caldwell.com www.readyprevention.org View Guest page

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Anthony Casuccio

Anthony Casuccio is a music producer whose work has been nominated for Grammy awards, topped the charts and received gold record status. With over 20 years in the music industry he has worked on thousands of albums, composed jingles that have run on radio and TV across the nation. He is the owner of an audio production company, runs a record label and teaches recording techniques on the college level, all while spending time with his family. Anthony is also the author of Be Nice: Nice People Can Succeed. This book is a culmination of stories that Anthony has shared during speaking engagements with high school and college students and industry panels. He highlights key moments in his career and illustrates the importance of being nice, working with integrity and how keeping an open mind towards others can create opportunities. The nice person does not finish last. View Guest page

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Dr. Dawson Church

Dawson Church, PhD, is an award-winning author whose bestselling book, The Genie in Your Genes (YourGeniusGene.com) was hailed by reviewers as a breakthrough in our understanding of the link between emotions and genetics. He founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare (NIIH.org) to study and implement promising evidence-based psychological and medical techniques. His groundbreaking research has been published in prestigious scientific journals. He is the editor of Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, & Treatment, a peer-reviewed professional journal (EnergyPsychologyJournal.org), a blogger for The Huffington Post and a reviewer for APA’s Mental Health Mobile Phone Application Review Database. He shares how to apply the breakthroughs of energy psychology to health and athletic performance through EFTUniverse.com, one of the largest alternative medicine sites on the web. He also offers a free download of the EFT Mini-Manual and Health Wealth Special Report at DawsonGift.co View Guest page

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Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, EdD, PhD

Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, EdD, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and the chief medical officer of Soundmindz.org, a popular mental health platform with 42,000 registered users and an annualized download rate of 150,000 for three apps Ciaramicoli has developed. Currently in private practice, he has been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, chief psychologist of Metrowest Medical Center and lecturer for the American Cancer Society. He is the author of several books, including The Power of Empathy, Performance Addiction and Lasting Love, which is now published in 7 languages. His new book is The Stress Solution: Using Empathy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Reduce Anxiety and Develop Resilience. He lives in Massachusetts with his family. Please visit him at: www.BalanceYourSuccess.com. View Guest page

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Dr. Lewis Cone

Lewis Cone is a chiropractor and nutritionist. He graduated from Texas Chiropractic College in Houston and is certified in acupuncture and advanced nutrition training. He uses applied kinesiology as a testing method to help find out what is wrong with a person's body. He says: "I love to help patients who have chronic problems with their overall health and spines." Many patients come to him who have been unsuccessful in their search for help with health problems. His patients' ailments include Lyme disease, chronic arthritis, lupus, skin rashes, various auto-immune problems and more.

His goal is to help remove anything that is irritating the spine, including anything that causes muscle spasms or systemic inflammation. Sometimes a person's overall health or hidden health problems are related to spinal stress and must be treated first. It is all related. Dr. Cone enjoys getting paid with big smiles on return visits that tell him a patient is getting better and beating the odds. View Guest page

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Laura E. Cortner

Laura E. Cortner graduated with honors from Goucher College in Towson, Maryland, with a degree in English and a concentration in writing. She has coauthored previous titles with Robert R. Hieronimus including Founding Fathers, Secret Societies and United Symbolism of America. Her work has also appeared regularly in numerous periodicals such as Lilipoh, UFO Magazine, Fate Magazine, and several Beatles fan publications. She is the director of the Ruscombe Mansion Community Health Center and is the co-author of The Secret Life of Lady Liberty: Goddess in the New World. She lives in Maryland. Please visit www.SecretLifeofLadyLiberty.com View Guest page

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Christy Cote

Christy Cote is based in San Francisco and has been teaching dance for more than 35 years, specializing in Argentine Tango for the past 18. She is one of the most respected teachers and choreographers of Argentine Tango in the U.S. today. Christy’s teaching method has been published in the Argentine Tango Manuals by Dance Vision which are complimented by a series of 24 instructional DVDs. Christy is one of the founding members & choreographers of the all female tango company, Tango Con*Fusion, with whom she has performed across the U.S., Buenos Aires & Montevideo. Christy is passionate about Argentine Tango and has seen this dance touch the lives of many people in profound ways. Having been diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 1995, shortly after taking up Argentine Tango, she found it to be an essential part of her recovery and the “silver lining” that led her to a full time career as an Argentine Tango dancer and instructor. You can find Christy on Facebook or follow her on Twitter. View Guest page

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Dr. Christine Courtois

Christine A. Courtois, PhD, ABPP, is a graduate of the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Maryland and a licensed psychologist in DC and Maryland. Dr. Courtois has received international recognition for her work on the effects of incest, child sexual abuse, complex traumatic stress disorders and other types of trauma and has received awards from numerous professional organizations. She is a psychotherapist (with broad experience in outpatient and inpatient treatment), workshop leader, and consultant specializing in posttraumatic and dissociative conditions and disorders. Her approach is integrative, relational, and trauma-referenced, based upon respect for the client and his/her life experience. Dr. Courtois is Co-Founder and former Clinical and Training Director and Consultant to The CENTER: Posttraumatic Disorders Program and author of the new e-book, It's Not You, It's What Happened to You: Complex Trauma and Treatment. Please visit www.drchriscourtois.com View Guest page

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Rabbi Rachel Cowan

Rabbi Rachel Cowan, formerly the Executive Director of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality is a consultant to the Institute’s Wise Aging program. She speaks and writes widely on the topic of aging. She was named by Newsweek Magazine in 2007 and in 2010 as one of the 50 leading rabbis in the United States and by the Forward in 2010 as one of the 50 leading women rabbis. She was featured in the PBS series The Jewish Americans and from 1990-2003 was Program Director for Jewish Life and Values at the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Her work has been included in Moment and Sh'ma as well as in anthologies, including Illness and Health in the Jewish Tradition: Writings from the Bible to Today, and The Torah: A Women’s Commentary. She is the author, with her late husband Paul Cowan, of Mixed Blessings: Untangling the Knots in an Interfaith Marriage. Her most recent book, co-authored with Dr. Linda Thal is called Wise Aging: Living with Joy, Resilience and Spirit and was published in June 2015. View Guest page

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Brian Cuban

Brian Cuban is an author whose Amazon best-selling book “Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder,” chronicles his first-hand experiences living with, and recovering from eating disorders, drug addiction and Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). Brian speaks regularly about his recovery, childhood bullying, fat shaming and breaking the male eating disorder stigma. He has spoken at prestigious locations such as the University of North Carolina Center For Eating Disorder Excellence. He has keynoted prestigious events such as the Entertainment Industries Council 3rd Annual Media And Mental Health Awards. Brian has appeared on national talk shows such as the Katie Couric show discussing the above issues. Brian also writes extensively on these subjects. His columns have appeared on CNN.com, Foxnews.com, The Huffington Post and in online and print newspapers around the world. Based in Dallas, Texas, Cuban is also the segment host for “Brian Cuban’s Legal Briefs” on EyeOpenerTV, and founder of his blog, The Cuban Revolution. Additionally Cuban is a lawyer and activist specializing in 1st Amendment issues and hate speech and has lectured on the topic in major media outlets and conferences around the world. For more information, visit www.briancuban.com. View Guest page

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Aldo D’Aversa

Aldo D’Aversa is physician trained as a chiropractor and a Chinese medicine doctor. His studies have allowed him to combine the western medical view with the Chinese methodology in the treatment of disease. He graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX, and continued his postgraduate studies with courses such as Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (C.C.E.P.), Myofascial therapy, Neuro-emotional Technique (NET), Applied Kinesiology (AK), Clinical Kinesiology (CK), Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT), Cranial therapy, Nutrition, and Rehabilitation. He then traveled to China and studied at Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in Harbin, China. This unique education has allowed him to integrate western medical diagnosis with nutrition, whole foods, herbs, chiropractic and acupuncture that is necessary in the treatment of disease and for true health care. View Guest page

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Zen Cryar DeBrücke

Zen Cryar DeBrücke is the author of Your Inner GPS. She is an internationally renowned teacher, speaker, and coach whose programs have helped people all over the world transform their personal and business lives for the better. Her passion is to help people learn to use their IGS, Internal Guidance System, to generate consistent successful results. Zen is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council, which includes luminaries such as Jack Canfield, Marianne Williamson, John Gray and Michael Beckwith. She is known for her earlier work as the CEO of The Netkitchen, an Internet strategy/consulting firm, where she spent four years creating innovative Internet campaigns and properties for Fortune 500 companies, including IBM, Applied Materials and VISA. She has also contributed to Delta Airlines as the media expert for their in-flight radio program and was a contributing editor to In-Radio Magazine. Please visit her online at http://www.zeninamoment.com. View Guest page

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Peter Dennis

Peter Dennis, B. Comm., B. Ed., M.B.A. is the Past President of the Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce, The Human Resources Professionals Association of Windsor and District, and The Ontario Chapter of The International Graphoanalysis Society. Peter is a Certified Consulting Hypnotist, a Meditation Teacher and a personal coach. He has been a Human Resources executive with major business organizations. As a university lecturer and college professor, he has taught HR Management, Emotional Intelligence, Metaphysics, Handwriting Analysis and Self-reliance. Peter continues to write, give talks and work with individuals. His latest book is Spirituality: Understanding It and Pursuing It. View Guest page

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Dr. Dave DiSano

Dr. Dave DiSano is a psychologist and author of Holistic Mental Health, Revised 2009. He has degrees in education, counseling and psychology and has a private practice specializing in hypnotherapy. In Divinely Touched, co-authored with his wife, Mary, Dr. Dave offers verifiable proof of what Mary experienced in her physical, mental emotional and spiritual healing. He provides scientific research and explanations for phenomenon such as energy healing, ESP, telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, out-of-body experiences and reincarnation. He connects current theories in quantum physics with historical data and first-hand accounts of Mary’s experiences to scientifically prove what had happened to her was in fact, real. Mary ‘Divine’ DiSano and Dr. Dave DiSano own and operate Divinely Touched Inc., which is committed to facilitating healing of the body, mind and spirit through individual sessions, workshops and seminars. To learn more, please visit: www.divinelytouched.com View Guest page

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Mary DiSano

Mary DiSano worked as a financial supervisor for a major corporation in Providence, RI for 20 years before her spiritual awakening. After leaving the corporate world, she felt a calling to public service. Mary obtained a degree in medical technology and became certified in reflexology, Reiki and Reconnective Healing. Mary ‘Divine’ and her husband, Dr. Dave DiSano, own and operate Divinely Touched Inc. Divinely Touched Inc. is committed to facilitating healing of the body, mind and spirit through individual sessions, workshops and seminars. They are also co-authors of the book, Divinely Touched: Transform Your Life. For more information, go to: www.divinelytouched.com View Guest page

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Barbara Dossey

Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN--BC, FAAN, HWNC--BC, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the holistic nursing movement. She is a Florence Nightingale scholar, nurse theorist, and national and international speaker and teacher on the role of integrative nurse coaching in the emerging integrative health care paradigm. She is Co-Director, International Nurse Coach Association; International Co-Director, Nightingale Initiative for Global Health; and Director, Holistic Nursing Consultants. Barbara has received many awards and is author or co-author of 25 books. Her new book is, Nurse Coaching: Integrative Approaches for Health and Wellbeing. Her collaborative global nursing project, the Nightingale Initiative for Global Health and the Nightingale Declaration Campaign was developed to strengthen individual commitment toward achieving a healthy world as a priority for action by ordinary citizens, civil society organizations and all governments, local and national. www.iNurseCoach.com View Guest page

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Dr. Larry Dossey

Dr. Larry Dossey is an internal medicine physician, former Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital, and former co-chairman of the Panel on Mind/Body Interventions, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. He is currently executive editor of the peer-reviewed journal Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. Dr. Dossey is a recognized leader in bringing scientific understanding to spirituality and rigorous proof to complementary/integrative medicine. He lectures at leading medical schools and hospitals around the country. Dr. Dossey is the author of the New York Times bestseller Healing Words, and eleven other books on the role of consciousness and spirituality in health, which have been translated into languages around the world. His most recent book is ONE MIND: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters. View Guest page

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Sharry Edwards

Sharry Edwards is the pioneer in the study of Human BioAcoustic Biology and was named scientist of the Year in 2001. Her 30 years of research is being used at the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology in Albany, OH. Currently, Edwards and her team at Sound Health are using human voice and the associated frequencies to help clients resolve health issues such as: macular degeneration, multiple sclerosis, headaches, muscle stress, brain trauma, weight issues and nutritional concerns. The technology she brings to the stage is cutting edge. This technology can identify new health and well-being possibilities. Sharry Edwards' work is now included in The Duke University Encyclopedia of New Medicine, by Leonard A. Wisnecki and The Scientific Basis of Integrative Medicine, by Lucy Anderson. The effects of BioAcoustic Biology, now accepted by these prestigious medical encyclopedias, have unlimited health and wellness potential. Please visit: www.SoundHealthOptions.com View Guest page

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Julie Euseppi

Julie is a licensed clinical social worker practicing for 10+ years with a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington. She began her work in the inpatient setting, allowing her to address acute depression, mania, panic attacks, anxiety, and substance abuse issues. Trained as a mediator and child custody evaluator for Dallas County, she has assisted families and couples adjusting to life transitions. Julie is also a registered yoga teacher with a certification in trauma sensitive yoga. Her private practice integrates mindfulness, somatic experiencing, and traditional cognitive behavioral strategies to assist patients to become more integrated and in touch with their bodies and release the frantic mind. The combined methods help them better understand their bodies post-injury, regulate pain, and the often associated flight or fight response which comes as a result of chronic pain. Julie offers a weekly yoga class for women who suffer from anxiety and PTSD. View Guest page

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Patricia Evans

In her first book, The Verbally Abusive Relationship, Patricia Evans brought the subject of verbal abuse to the forefront of American consciousness by naming and defining verbally abusive relationships when they were still a mystery to people. She is an interpersonal communications specialist and the author of six books on the topic of verbal abuse, control and healing. Evans is also a consultant, speaker and trainer, offering workshops and information on the topic. Patricia has spoken on the devastating effects of this secret form of control on more than two hundred radio shows and 20 national television programs, including the Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN and News Talk. For more information go to: www.VerbalAbuse.com View Guest page

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Dr. Paula Fayerman

Paula Fayerman trained in Family Practice in Traditional Western Medicine. She quickly became interested in different modes of healing practices because of her personal experiences doing yoga. Consequently she studied yoga therapy, acupuncture, somatics, mind-body methods, meditation, and now is interested in energy medicine. Although we see the human being as physical in Western Medicine, the yoga approach to our humanity includes the different “koshas” or sheaths. These layers include the physical, but equally important are the breath, sensations, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, energy and joy. We can work with any and all of these layers to facilitate our health and wellbeing, which grow our feelings of connection and love. There are many different modalities to use and now is such an exciting time to explore healing because we have access to so many wisdom traditions and practices. View Guest page

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Janna Fond,PsyD, LMFT

Dr. Janna Fond, PsyD, LMFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 20 years of extensive training and experience working with adults, adolescents and children. She is the author of Everything Will Be OK: Blending Psychology and Spirituality to Heal Ourselves. Currently, she has a private practice in San Mateo, California where she treats adult individuals and couples. Her success with thousands of clients had been, until recently, a traditional science based approach of psychology. Following the death of her mother, Dr. Fond turned to a psychic medium who opened her eyes to a whole new way of mapping out our past, present and future lives. In Everything Will Be OK, Dr. Fond shares her methods on how to blend the best of the psychological and spiritual worlds. View Guest page

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Leslie Forsyth

Leslie Forsyth is an Occupational therapist, Massage Therapist, a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and owner of Healing Arts. She has specialized in Manual therapy since 1997, practicing Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Cranial Sacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation. Prior to 1997, Leslie was a Director of Rehabilitation developing inpatient and outpatient programs and teams for 6 years. In the first 8 years of her career she provided Occupational Therapy to Psychiatric patients using art, sculpture, writing and crafts for rehabilitation. Leslie is a watercolor artist and she calls her work “people art” due to the beautiful results when the lymphatic, visceral organs and cranial fluids flow better for her clients. She is specially trained to reduce edema in any part of the body which results in improved energy, sleep, decreased pain and release of emotions. Questions about Leslie’s work can be answered through email to leslieaforsyth@gmail.com or 214-502-8988. View Guest page

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Matthew Fox

Matthew Fox is the author of over 30 books on spirituality and contemporary culture that have been translated into 60 languages. A preeminent scholar and popularizer of Western mysticism, he became an Episcopal priest after being expelled from the Dominican Order by Cardinal Ratzinger, who later became Pope Benedict XVI. Matthew Fox holds a doctorate in spirituality from the Institut Catholique de Paris. He has devoted 45 years to developing and teaching the tradition of Creation Spirituality and in doing so has reinvented forms of education and worship. His work is inclusive of today’s science and world spiritual traditions and has awakened millions to the much neglected earth-based mystical tradition of the West. His books include: Meister Eckhart, The Hidden Spirituality of Men, Christian Mystics, and most recently, A Way to God. Please visit him at http://www.matthewfox.org. View Guest page

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Reverend Karen Fry

Rev Karen Fry is the Associate Minister at CSLDallas, A Center for Spiritual Living. She has a genuine love for all of life and meets people exactly where they are. She leads with her heart and is willing to be vulnerable and real. Her authenticity is definitely noticeable when you spend time around her and she invites you into your own magnificence. In August 2014, when she got diagnosed with breast cancer, Karen received the greatest gift of her life. This “unexpected blessing” taught Karen that loving herself needed to be added to her practice of BE LOVE in the world. In 2010, Karen discovered BE LOVE as her primary daily spiritual practice. Out of this awakening, she started “BE LOVE – Pass It On.” Its purpose is to awaken each of us to the boundless love that resides within and to be that in the world. Now she teaches that we must also be that for ourselves! She has a profound sense of ritual and loves creating spiritual experiences in both services and the classroom. http://csld View Guest page

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Dr. James Garbarino

Dr. James Garbarino holds the Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology and was founding Director of the Center for the Human Rights of Children at Loyola University Chicago. He was formerly Professor of Human Development at Cornell University and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He has served as an adviser to the National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse, the National Institute for Mental Health, the American Medical Association, the U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect, and the FBI. Dr. Garbarino is a prolific writer and sought-after speaker. He is best known for his book, Lost Boys: Why Our Sons Turn Violent and How We Can Save Them and his latest book, Listening to Killers: Lessons Learned from My 20 Years as a Psychological Expert Witness in Murder Cases. He can be reached at: Jgarbar@luc.edu. View Guest page

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Wendy Garling

Wendy Garling is a writer, mother and independent scholar. She has a BA from Wellesley College and an MA in Sanskrit language and literature from the University of California, Berkeley. Garling has been a Tibetan Buddhist practitioner since her travels to Asia in her twenties. She took refuge with HH the 16th Karmapa in San Francisco in 1976. In 1998 she began teaching in the women's spirituality program at the Women's Well in Concord, MA. Garling’s emphasis is on the sacred feminine and women’s stories. She also teaches Buddhism in the Lam Rim tradition in community settings. Her book is Stars at Dawn: Forgotten Stories of Women in the Buddha’s Life. View Guest page

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Dr. Bernard Golden

Bernard Golden, PhD, has been a practicing psychologist for almost forty years and is the founder of Anger Management Education. He is the author of Unlock Your Creative Genius and Healthy Anger: How to Help Children and Teens Manage Their Anger. Dr. Golden's latest book is Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies That Work. By drawing on neuroscience, psychology (cognitive behavior therapy) and Eastern philosophy (mindfulness and practices in compassion and self-compassion), Dr. Golden has developed a breakthrough method for cultivating “healthy anger” and self-control. “Healthy anger” enables us to pause and reflect on our negative emotions, rather than react to them. This can improve our relationships and help us become better parents, better partners, better people. Please visit him at www.AngerManagementEducation.com View Guest page

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Teresa Graham Brett

Teresa Graham Brett combines social justice education with parenting. After finishing law school, she became an educator at 3 universities. Becoming a parent, led her to use her skills in facilitating transformative learning and intergroup dialogue to develop the understanding that the ways our society treats children sets the foundation for all other forms of injustice. She founded Parenting for Social Change (www.parentingforsocialchange.com). As a writer and consultant, she helps parents do inner work that ultimately liberates individuals, groups and communities. She has written for: Home Education Magazine, Pathways to Family Wellness, Rethinking Everything Magazine, Rethinking Everything-Parent and the Natural Child Project. Teresa is editor of the Kindred Community, is on their Board and project manager for their Parent Education Programs. She co-founded Alliance for Parenting Education in Africa. She is also Associate Dean of Students for Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement. View Guest page

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Penny Haider

Penny Haider, a survivor of domestic abuse, is an author, former teacher and health services case manager with a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Service & Public Affairs. She is currently a successful business owner, fulfilling a life-long dream of working for herself. Penny is the author of No Contact: Ending a Destructive Relationship. She uses her experience to show others how to take charge of their life and break contact with an abusive partner. If you find yourself attempting to leave a destructive relationship but keep going back even when you know you shouldn't, No Contact will give you the tools to help you become stronger. Penny believes that making a life partner choice is the most important decision we ever make and that our health and happiness hinge on it. The wrong choice can cost us financially, but more importantly, it can suck the life out of us, taking us up and down an emotional roller coaster playing havoc with our physical, mental, and spiritual health. View Guest page

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Burl Benson Hall and Merry Stetson Hall

Burl Benson Hall and Merry Stetson Hall are the authors of Sophia’s Web: A Passionate Call to Heal Our Wounded Nature. Burl Hall is an author, online radio co-host of Envision This, philosopher (lover-of-Sophia), mystic, and retired counselor. He writes with the editorial assistance of his muse and wife, Merry Hall, a retired teacher, author of Bringing Food Home: The Maine Example, and co-host of Envision This! Their weekly online radio show connects listeners to visionaries of a more resilient, equitable, and Earth-friendly future. Together they enjoy grandparenting; permaculture gardening at their home in Sabattus, Maine; playing with their dog, Kali; and meeting and profiling the amazing visionaries they interview on their radio show. www.envisionthismedia.com View Guest page

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Rosemary Hall

Rosemary is a licensed clinical social worker, who got her Master's of Social Work at Tulane University. She was the clinical coordinator for the LSU Department of Psychiatry in the child and adolescent department. She worked with children and families with a history of violence and child abuse. She helped create and facilitate parent groups to educate them about parenting responsibilities and advocating for their children. In 2005, Rosemary relocated to Dallas to be closer to her daughters. Although she received her LCSW in the State of Texas, she moved away from the social work world and embarked on a new business venture with her two daughters. Part of Rosemary's decision to leave social work was due to her own PTSD from childhood violence and abuse in her extended family. It kept her at a level of unrest and impaired her ability to be totally transparent with her clients. She continues her therapeutic journey by attending Dr. Paula's Creative Problem-Solving Meetup Group. View Guest page

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Dale Hansen

Dale Hansen is the weeknight sports anchor during the 6 and 10pm news on WFAA. He is the host of Dale Hansen's Sports Special, which airs Sunday night immediately following the News 8 Update at 10pm. In 1987, Dale was honored with the George Foster Peabody Award for Distinguished Journalism along with the DuPont-Columbia Award. He has received numerous distinctions including Sportscaster of the Year by the Associated Press, Texas Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscaster and Sportswriters Association, Best Sportscaster by United Press International and the Dallas Press Club and has been named Television Personality of the Year by the American Women in Radio and Television. Dale began his career as a DJ in Newton, Iowa. This was eventually followed by a job as a sports reporter at KMTV in Omaha, Nebraska. He won the Iowa Associated Press award for Best Investigative Reporter in 1976. Hansen’s first job in Dallas was with KDFW-TV/Channel 4. He joined WFAA-TV in 1983. View Guest page

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Christine Hassler

Christine Hassler is the author of 20 Something, 20 Everything; The 20 Something Manifesto; and the national bestseller Expectation Hangover: Free Yourself from Your Past, Change Your Present and Get What You Really Want, which was recently released in a new paperback edition. She left her successful job as a Hollywood agent to pursue a life she could be passionate about. For over a decade she has been sharing her passion to ease suffering on the planet as a speaker, retreat facilitator and life coach. Christine believes once we get out of our own way, we can show up to make the meaningful impact we are here to make. Visit her online at http://www.christinehassler.com View Guest page

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Robert R. Hieronimus, Ph.D.

Robert R. Hieronimus, Ph.D., is an internationally known historian, visual artist, and radio host. His research has been used by the White House and State Department and published in the congressional record. He has made numerous appearances on documentaries airing on the History, Discovery, BBC, and National Geographic channels as well as many other national and international outlets. His giant murals and painted artcars include the 2,700-square-foot Apocalypse and the 1,750-square-foot We the People, the Woodstock Bus, and the We the People Artcar. His weekly program, 21st Century Radio, is the longest running radio show on the new paradigm in the country. He is the co-author of The Secret Life of Lady Liberty: Goddess in the New World. He lives in Maryland. Please visit www.SecretLifeofLadyLiberty.com and www.21stcenturyradio.com. View Guest page

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Roger Housden

Roger Housden is the author of, Dropping the Struggle: Seven Ways to Love the Life You Have and numerous other books including the best-selling Ten Poems series, which began in 2001 with Ten Poems to Change Your Life and ended with Ten Poems to Say Goodbye in 2012. He offers writing workshops, both live and online, with an emphasis on self-discovery and exploration. His work has been featured many times in The Oprah Magazine, The New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times. Maria Sharapova, the tennis star, called his book Seven Sins for a Life Worth Living “one of the most inspirational books I have ever read.” Please visit him at: www.RogerHousden.com View Guest page

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Suzie Humphreys

Suzie Humphreys’ background is as varied as her audiences; from administrative secretary to television talk show host, to 20 years in radio. She has hobnobbed with movie stars and politicians and interviewed the great and the near great. She has made hundreds of commercials, done musical comedy and motion pictures. Suzie has been fired, broke, disappointed, a petrified expectant mother at 40 years of age and lived her life with a passion for learning not only how to be better, but to see things differently. Suzie received one of the longest standing ovations on record from the National Speakers Association when she spoke to 2,500 of her peers. In 2002, she received their Council of Peers Award of Excellence and was inducted into the Speaker Hall of Fame. Then in 2004 she was inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame. Aside from the hoop-la and accolades, Suzie Humphreys loudly and proudly proclaims, I am a breast cancer survivor. Now that’s really something to shout about. View Guest page

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Top Ranked by the book, “100 Top Psychics in America”, Imara specializes in Intuitive Business Consulting, yet is also known as an Inspiring Life Coach and across various media as an entertaining Motivational Speaker. Possessing a degree in Economics plus an MBA from the prestigious Northwestern University, having studied internationally at the selective L’Institut d’Etudes Politques and worked in blue-chip corporations before she was 30, Imara is no ordinary psychic. She is a visionary talent with 25 years experience as a Holistic Practitioner, Reiki Master and business advisor helping people create paradigm shifts. During this time, Imara has also been working with sound and healing, especially Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls. She is the founder and president of The Wisdom Light and BestBowls.com, a leading provider of Pure Quartz Singing Bowls direct to consumers, professional musicians, performing artists, Universities and retailers worldwide. View Guest page

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Sandra Ingerman

Sandra Ingerman, MA, is a world-renowned teacher of shamanism. She is recognized for bridging ancient cross-cultural healing methods into our modern culture addressing the needs of our times. She has been teaching for over 30 years. Sandra conducts workshops internationally on shamanic journeying, healing, and reversing environmental pollution using spiritual methods. She was given the 2007 Peace Award from the Global Foundation of Integrative Medicine and was chosen as one of the Top Ten Spiritual Leaders of 2013 in Spirituality and Health Magazine. A licensed therapist, she is the author of 8 books including Soul Retrieval, Medicine for the Earth, Shamanic Journeying, How to Heal Toxic Thoughts, The Shaman’s Toolkit, and Awakening to the Spirit World. Sandra is also the author of 6 CD programs produced by Sounds True. To read articles written by Sandra and for more information on her work, please visit www.sandraingerman.com. View Guest page

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Mark Ireland

Mark Ireland is the son of Richard Ireland, a renowned psychic who counseled celebrities such as Mae West and Glenn Ford and who knew the Eisenhower family. After the passing of his youngest son, Mark wrote Soul Shift: Finding Where the Dead Go, a moving account of his quest for answers about life after death. Mark’s most recent book, Messages from the Afterlife takes a deeper look at psychic-medium phenomena to educate readers about this field and provide afterlife evidence. Mark participated in academic research on mediumship, serving as a test sitter and also conducted independent investigations with Tricia Robertson and Neuroscientist Dr. Don Watson. In 2011, Mark published, Your Psychic Potential: A Guide to Psychic Development, authored by his father. In 2012 Mark co-founded “Helping Parents Heal”, a national organization assisting bereaved parents. Mark holds a Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University.Please visit www.helpingparentsheal.info and www.markirelandauthor.com View Guest page

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Marie Jackson

After retiring from a business career of 30 years, Marie Jackson began pursuing serious study of her first love, metaphysics and spirituality. Her informal education included books, workshops, retreats and lectures by well-known current philosophers, theologians and scientists, as well as classes that included lessons from ancient sages and texts. In 2013, she decided to formalize her education and get a degree. In 2014, Marie received her Ministerial Bachelor’s of Metaphysical Spirituality from the American Institute of Holistic Theology; she is currently in the Thesis stage of her Master’s. Her client practice and outreach is helping people manage stress, achieve goals, and realize personal power in work, relationships and family dynamics, by staying connected to their divine spirit reality. Marie’s vision is a World Free of Needless Suffering. View Guest page

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Frank Joseph

Frank Joseph is the editor in chief of Ancient American magazine and the author of Before Atlantis, Advanced Civilizations of Prehistoric America, The Lost Civilization of Lemuria, and The Lost Treasure of King Juba. His most recent book is Our Dolphin Ancestors: Keepers of Lost Knowledge and Healing Wisdom. He lives in Minnesota. View Guest page

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Miriam Kalman Friedman

Miriam Kalman Friedman, PhD, a published writer and playwright, finds her passion in true-life stories that reveal the way ordinary lives and events transform into extraordinary ones. After her career teaching college writing, literature and women’s studies, she found a connection to her passion for the extraordinary while directing a wellness program in her husband’s medical office. In their search for the highest quality supplements on the market, they found NuSkin/Pharmanex, a company with heart: Dr. Miriam finds NuSkin’s Force For Good Foundation, with its Feed the Children Project, most rewarding. Their “blessanomics” approach offers VitaMeal, a nutritional meal in a bag that will feed a child in starvation mode for a month or an adult for two weeks. So far NuSkin and its distributors have provided over 390 million meals around the world. To become part of this extraordinary Force For Good Project, contact Dr. Miriam Friedman at drmaris930@aol.com or mkf0942@gmail.com. View Guest page

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Charlotte Kasl

Charlotte Kasl has had a private psychotherapy practice for over 30 years and is the author of nine books. In 1997, she received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, now known as SASH. In 2000, If the Buddha Dated was one of five finalists for the National Books for Better Living Awards. She was also listed in Self magazine as one of 50 sage psychologists in the U.S. Dr. Kasl's Many Roads, One Journey: Moving Beyond the 12 Steps, introduced a 16-step empowerment approach for overcoming addiction that focuses on finding one’s voice, building confidence, taking action on one’s behalf, and understanding addiction in a cultural context. It is used internationally to assist in overcoming trauma, addiction and depression. Dr. Kasl takes an empowering approach by addressing the core issues underlying depression, anxiety, addiction and relationship difficulties. To learn more, visit http://www.charlottekasl.com/ View Guest page

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Dr. Jane Katra

Dr. Jane Katra holds a Ph.D. in Public Health from the University of Oregon where she taught in the 1980’s. Dr. Katra has also practiced as a spiritual healer for 41 years, after receiving instructions in a near death experience. She is listed in Who’s Who of American Women, and is the author with physicist Russell Targ of the books Miracles of Mind: Exploring Nonlocal Consciousness & Spiritual Healing, and The Heart of the Mind: Using Our Mind to Transform Our Consciousness. Dr. Katra has given positive data in experiments of remote viewing, influencing the path of photons in the double-slit experiment, influencing the GSR and EEGs of people at a distance, and changing the randomness of moving dots on a computer monitor. Her work has been featured in books by Larry Dossey, MD, and in Science of Mind, Natural Health, New Dimensions, The Searchlight, Nexus, and Spirituality and Health. www.janekatra.org; www.espresearch.com View Guest page

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Gus B. Kaufman, Jr.

Gus B. Kaufman, Jr., Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist with an office in Decatur, GA (see www.oakhurstpsychotherapy.com). Gus works with individuals, groups, couples and families and trains and supervises other therapists. His areas of expertise include abuse, trauma, the use of body signals in psychotherapy and sexual orientation. A lover of nature and people, Gus has co-founded five non-profit organizations, including Men Stopping Violence. Gus is interested in nonviolence, just communities and trauma prevention and resolution. His twelve-session curriculum on family violence has been used with over 40,000 prisoners in the GA correctional system. He has published numerous chapters and articles and has consulted to the Army, Marine Corps, Seattle Mariners' “Refuse To Abuse” campaign, GA Commission on Family Violence and two Veteran Centers. View Guest page

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Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett

Dr. Kendall-Tackett is a health psychologist, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Owner and Editor-in-Chief of Praeclarus Press, specializing in women's health, and Editor-in-Chief of two peer-reviewed journals: Psychological Trauma and Clinical Lactation. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association in Health and Trauma Psychology, Past President of the APA Division of Trauma Psychology and on the Board for the Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest. Dr. Kendall-Tackett specializes in women's health research: breastfeeding, depression, trauma and health psychology. Her research interests include maternal depression and the lifetime health effects of trauma. She has published extensively on maternal depression, family violence and breastfeeding. Her most recent books include: Depression in New Mothers, 3rd Edition (2016, in press), Psychology of Trauma 101 (2015) and The Science of Mother-Infant Sleep (2014). www.KathleenKendall-Tackett.com View Guest page

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Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

Bessel A. van der Kolk, M.D. has been the Medical Director of The Trauma Center in Boston for the past 30 years. He is a Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University Medical School and serves as the Director of the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress Complex Trauma Network. He is past President of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. Although mainly a clinician, he has published over 100 peer reviewed scientific articles on trauma, including: 1) yoga for treating PTSD, funded by the National Institutes of Health; 2) the use of theater for violence prevention in the Boston public schools, funded by the CDC; 3) the mechanisms of EMDR; 4) sensory integration; and 5) the use of neurofeedback in PTSD. He has taught at universities and hospitals around the world. Dr. van der Kolk's latest release is The New York Times bestseller "The Body Keeps The Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma". For more information, please visit: www.besselvanderkolk.com View Guest page

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Nathalie Bodin Lamboy

Nathalie Bodin Lamboy is a public speaker and author in the field of personal development. She has written six books, translated into five languages, on Ho’oponopono. She is also a feng shui expert who has received training in energetic and psycho-energetic disciplines. Her co-authored book, The Book of Ho’oponopono: The Hawaiian Practice of Forgiveness and Healing, has just been translated into English. Please visit her at www.livinghooponopono.com View Guest page

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Marilyn Lash

Marilyn Lash, MSW knows about brain injury from both sides, personally and professionally. As a sibling and spouse of a family member with a brain injury, she has experienced the full emotional trauma ranging from gratitude to grief over a survivor’s lifetime. With a special interest in supporting and educating families, her professional work started as a social worker in rehabilitation programs, moved to program development in the community, progressed to research on family adaptation after traumatic injuries, and now includes supporting caregivers of combat veterans. As founder and President of Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, she develops user-friendly and practical information and training for families, survivors, and providers. She holds faculty appointments at Tufts University School of Medicine and George Washington University and has over 50 publications on the psychosocial impact of traumatic brain injury. For her extensive publications, go to www.lapublishing.com. View Guest page

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Marti Loring, PhD

Marti Loring LCSW, PhD, is a social worker and sociologist in Atlanta, Georgia. She is Director of the Center for Mental Health and Human Development as well as the Emotional Abuse Institute. Dr. Loring’s expertise is in the areas of abuse and trauma. She has taught in several universities and conducted numerous training seminars. She has written several articles published in professional journals and two books, including Emotional Abuse. An evaluator in court cases, Dr. Loring has testified across the country in many cases where emotional abuse has included coercing a partner to commit a crime. The loss of connection to one’s inner self during emotional abuse is important to Dr. Loring. She consults across the world on this topic, helping people to rediscover the Self and to establish healthy relationships and situations that create greater inner strength. View Guest page

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Cynthia Luce

Cynthia Luce is a mother, inspirational speaker and advocate for change. She provides hope and inspires others to take appropriate action by showing us how we can collectively work to save our youth. Her book, Invisible Girl, provides personal narratives of serious problems plaguing society today, revealing what happens when children are unseen, unheard, and invisible. Cynthia opens up in an insightful manner about children who are subjected to bullying and abuse, inadequate foster homes and survival on the streets. Although she shares painful experiences that can devastate children, her message is mainly one of hope. Cynthia details ways to heal from childhood abuse as well as ways to change our systems and prevent it completely. For more information visit: www.cynthia-luce.com View Guest page

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Dr. Jerry Lynch

Sports psychologist Dr. Jerry Lynch is the author of Let Them Play and the founder/director of Way of Champions, a consulting group geared toward “mastering the inner game” for peak sports performance. The parent of four athletic kids, he has over thirty-five years of experience as a sports psychologist, coach, athlete and teacher. Drawing on his work with Olympic, NBA and NCAA champions, he transforms the lives of parents, coaches and youth athletes. Dr. Lynch has been on CBS, NBC and PBS and in the New York Times, Oprah magazine and Sports Illustrated. He received his doctorate in psychology from Penn State University and did post-doctoral work in several areas. Dr. Lynch is the author of 11 books in as many as 10 languages on coaching, leadership, spirituality of sport, warrior spirit, peak performance and sports psychology. He has DVD's on the Way of the Champion as well as CD sets on Performance in Athletics. Please visit him online at: www.wayofchampions.com View Guest page

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Debra Mandel, PhD

Debra Mandel, PhD, is a nationally renowned, no-nonsense, yet compassionate psychologist, who transforms peoples’ lives. Whether in front of the camera or microphone, in private practice, or in print, Dr. Debra inspires people to create the changes they desire. She has over twenty years experience helping individuals, couples and families with relationship and intimacy issues, including: anxiety, stress, eating disorders, addictions, depression, workplace/career issues and general life concerns. She is the author of 4 books, including, Your Boss Is Not Your Mother: Eight Steps to Eliminating Office Drama and Creating Positive Relationships at Work. She appears often on local and national television and even had her own newspaper advice column. Dr. Debra graduated summa cum laude from California State University, Northridge in just three years. After receiving her PhD, she completed advanced training in Gestalt therapy. View Guest page

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Lauren Margolies

Lauren Margolies is a registered yoga instructor, who began practicing almost 10 years ago. While exploring many styles of yoga, Lauren found a deep connection to a sound-vibration based practice which allowed her the gift of meditation through yoga postures. This led her to study similar forms of meditation which she now teaches at The Dallas Yoga Center. The study of sound created an interest in how to access other senses for healing. Lauren began experimenting with essential oils in homemade beauty products and eventually realized how effective they were for physical and emotional healing. Lauren combines Yoga, Meditation and Essential Oils to help people create and maintain peace and a deeper connection to themselves. She has a passion for natural wellness and to help others learn how to live a more holistic lifestyle. Lauren's classes at The Dallas Yoga Center currently include: Sound Healing Meditation, Mixed-Level Yoga and Introduction to Essential Oils. View Guest page

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Sarahjoy Marsh

A yoga therapist and educator with a masters degree in counseling, Sarahjoy Marsh is a vibrant, compassionate catalyst for transformation to those who suffer from addictions—in particular eating disorders. Her teachings are informed by personal life events, including serious injury from a car accident, resulting in a hip replacement at age 42, and early life struggles with food addiction. In her new book, Hunger, Hope & Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship to Your Body and Food (Shambhala Publications), Sarahjoy fuses yoga with psychology, neuroscience, breathing interventions, and mindfulness techniques, to bring readers with disordered eating and body image issues a practical and accessible guide to recovery. For more information, visit www.SarahjoyYoga.com. View Guest page

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Jill Mattson

Jill Mattson is a prolific Artist, Musician and Author. She is a widely recognized expert and composer in the field of Sound Healing and the author of four books, including, The Lost Waves of Time. Jill combines her extensive research of modern Sound Healing with the twenty-plus year study of ancient civilizations and secret societies in her works. She has produced eight CD's that combine intricate Sound Healing techniques with her original Award winning musical compositions. Contacting Angels & Masters won Best CD of 2015 and Deep Wave Beauty won Best New Age CD. Jill's CD's consist of intriguing, magical tracks using ancient & modern techniques - with sound energy & special healing frequencies to achieve profound benefits. Available on Jill's sites are free mp3's of her Sound Healing compositions, including Solfeggio Tones, Star Energy, Flower Frequencies, Fibonnaci and nature tones. Please visit: www.JillsWingsofLight.com, www.Ancient-Music.com, www.MusicForBeauty.com View Guest page

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Colleen Mauro

Colleen Mauro was the founder and editor-in-chief of Intuition Magazine. Her thirty years of experience in magazine publishing includes work as a publisher, editor, advertising director, and circulation and marketing consultant. A life-long interest in the untapped powers of the mind led to the launch of Intuition Magazine in 1988. Intuition explored the higher potential of the mind and the many and varied ways of knowing—intuition, inspiration and telepathy—providing both research and how-to information in easy-to-read form for the general reader. Colleen continues this exploration in her new book, Spiritual Telepathy: Ancient Techniques to Access the Wisdom of Your Soul. View Guest page

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Matthew McKay, PhD

Matthew McKay, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA, and founder and publisher at New Harbinger Publications. In 1979, he co-founded Haight Ashbury Psychological Services in San Francisco and served as its clinical director for twenty-five years. Currently he serves as the director of the Berkeley Cognitive Behavior Therapy Clinic. He has explored spiritual and afterlife issues in two previous books: Why? and Your Life on Purpose. He is also the author of numerous professional and self-help psychology books, including: Thoughts & Feelings, Messages, Mind and Emotions, Self-Esteem and Prisoners of Belief. His latest book is Seeking Jordan. Visit him online at http://www.SeekingJordan.com View Guest page

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Liz Metrik

Liz Metrik has been practicing Reflexology since 1974. She was trained by Adano C. Ley and Dr. Margaret Berry, D.O., founders of Life Stress Research, Inc., Tyler, TX. In 2010, Liz furthered her education by studying under the instruction of Bill Flocco, founder and director of The American Academy of Reflexology, Burbank, CA. She is a member of the Texas Reflexology Association and the Reflexology Association of America. View Guest page

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Dan Millman

Dan Millman, a former world champion athlete, coach, martial arts instructor and college professor, is the author of seventeen books read by millions of people in 29 languages. He teaches worldwide, speaking to men and women from all walks of life, including leaders in the fields of health, psychology, education, business, politics, sports, entertainment and the arts. He lives in New York City and his website is www.peacefulwarrior.com. View Guest page

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Robert Moss

Robert Moss teaches people around the world to transform, heal and optimize their lives. He is the creator of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of dreamwork and shamanism. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads creative and shamanic adventures all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming and online courses for the Shift Network. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a New York Times bestselling novelist, poet, and independent scholar. He is the author of numerous books about dreaming, shamanism, and imagination including Sidewalk Oracles, Conscious Dreaming, The Secret History of Dreaming, Dreaming the Soul Back Home, and The Boy Who Died and Came Back. He has lived in upstate New York since he received a message from a red-tailed hawk under an old white oak. He spends half the year there and the rest on the road. Visit him online at www.mossdreams.com. View Guest page

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Yelizaveta Nersesova

Yelizaveta Nersesova is a Russian artist who was born in Iran. Her childhood years were spent in Zambia, the Soviet Union and Texas. After receiving her BFA she got an MFA in studio art from Southern Methodist University and an MA in art history from University of North Texas. Since then she has participated in various exhibitions and taught studio art and art history at several academic institutions, including University of Texas at Dallas. In addition to pursuing a career in art, for nine years Nersesova taught yoga and meditation classes at the Dallas Yoga Center in Dallas, Texas. In particular, she has focused on Sound Healing Meditation and its potential for creating harmony on the physical, mental, and emotional levels and in turn, facilitating the connection to one’s creative voice. As a teacher, Yelizaveta strives to empower each person to develop self-healing techniques, exposing them to various ancient and modern tools that can help them to evolve and thrive. View Guest page

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Elizabeth Jayne Allison Nisbett

I was born in the United Kingdom and immigrated to South Africa as a young girl in the late 1970's. I lived in Johannesburg, South Africa where I met my husband. We have two daughters and moved to Tucson, Arizona nine years ago where we still live happily. I work at Sierra Tucson, a world renowned treatment facility in Arizona, as an intake coordinator/counselor and have been there for six years. I obtained my degree in public relation s in 1990 and have utilized that skill throughout my professional life, not only as a business owner, but also working for the corporations running various World Cup sporting events. View Guest page

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Dr. Melissa Oden

Dr. Melissa Oden is a Licensed Master Social Worker and a Certified Health Education Specialist with a Doctor of Health Education degree. Her work experience ranges from social work in hospital and long term care settings to teaching and public health education and community practice in the non-profit sector to professional development training. She conducts health education workshops that focus on such topics as Women and Stress, Winter Wellness, and the role of Alternative Medicine and Treatments in Public Health. Dr. Oden is the Founder and President of Health Education Resources Network, an Adjunct Professor for several universities, and a Field Instructor for social work and health education students. She is the recipient of the 2012 Texas Public Health Association Jessie A. Yoas Memorial Advocacy Award for continuing the important work of advocating on key public health issues. Dr. Oden lives with her husband of over 10 years, Jerry and their cat, Sam, in Fort Worth, Texas. View Guest page

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Bill Philipps

Bill Philipps is a psychic medium who helps the deceased communicate with their loved ones on earth. He discovered his gift when at the age of 14, his mother died while holding his hand. That night her spirit came to him to tell him that she was fine. Bill spent the next few years exploring his abilities and determining that they were authentic. He now helps people find peace, healing and hope through messages from deceased loved ones and as the author of Expect the Unexpected. Bill has appeared on the Dr. Phil show, has a yearlong waiting list for personal readings, and regularly appears in 1,500-seat venues around the country. Visit him online at http://www.billphilipps.com/. View Guest page

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Alice Rosen

Alice Rosen has studied numerology for over 25 years. Using her vast knowledge and expertise of the numbers, and with the guidance of her angels, she has accurately helped her clients pick the best time to move, begin a new business venture and start a family. She has also offered help and understanding in dealing with the complexities of her clients' personal and professional relationships. Alice provides insight on how to navigate the paths each person has chosen as well as predict some of the challenges that inevitably each individual will encounter on their continuous journey. Her goal is to help each client become the person they are meant to be. If you would like to schedule an Intuitive Numerology reading with Alice, she can be contacted at alicerosen@hotmail.com View Guest page

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Beilah Ross

Beilah Ross, LICSW, has been practicing Clinical Social Worker in the Boston area for the last 18 years. After receiving her Master’s of Social Work in 1997 from Boston University, she went on to earn a certificate in Traumatic Stress Studies from The Trauma Center in 2001, completed a fellowship in Clinical Pastoral Education at the Schwartz Center/MGH in 2006, earned certification as a Focusing-Oriented Therapist in 2009, and has been actively involved in the Focusing community since 2006. Specializing in treating trauma and anxiety disorders using body-centered modalities such as Focusing and EMDR, she has a private psychotherapy practice in Boston which serves all populations and incomes. Her article, “Keeper of the Flame: Healing Inter-Generational Trauma Using Focusing-Oriented Therapy”, was published in The Folio - A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, Volume 26, Number 1, 2015, and can be purchased on the Focusing website: www.focusing.org. View Guest page

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Kim Russell

Kim Russell, M.Ed., is the founder and executive director of Morning Glory Ranch, an equine therapy facility for people with special needs. Their Innovative Experimental Outdoor Education & Equine Therapy Wellness Program provides assistance to all individuals to reach independence. Morning Glory Ranch has a new 40,000 sq. ft. Force for Good arena and wellness facility, which is a “genetic expression nutritional absorption-based” research program with horses being the grounding force. It services over 200 people in custom designed therapies, trains and uses hundreds of volunteers, hosts special events, provides parental support and offers wellness services. Kim will share her research findings and success stories. She will explain how Morning Glory Ranch will innovate in the Educational & Equine Therapy world by revolutionizing the way non-profits are funded in order to provide more quality educational services and increase the quality of life for all. www.morninggloryranch.org View Guest page

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Lynn Kathleen Russell

After a 28-year career as a family counselor, Lynn Kathleen Russell helped Dr. Jeffery Long research his book, Evidence of the Afterlife. In the process, she researched about 2500 cases and discovered that messages were being brought back from the other side. Wanting to share this information, she wrote THE WONDER OF YOU: What the Near-Death Experience Tells You about Yourself. In her book, she describes a wide range of near-death experiences and takes the reader through the different aspects of the experience. Her main purpose is to show the reader what magnificent creatures we all are, encouraging us to release our guilt. She explains how we play an active role in our lives through the choices we make here on earth and as a spirit before we come into our physical existence. Lynn also conducts workshops on science and spirituality. For more information, please visit her website, http://lynnkathleenrussell.com View Guest page

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Frédéric Saldmann, M.D

Frédéric Saldmann, M.D., is a physician at the hospitals of Paris and a recognized expert in cardiology, nutrition, and hygiene. He is the author of numerous bestsellers that have been translated into 22 languages, such as Wash Your Hands: Dirty Truths about Germs, Viruses and Epidemics. He leads the Nutrition Practice Review, and since 1988 he has served as Director of Dietecom, the leading French convention dedicated to nutrition. Dr. Saldmann also teaches nutrition to postgraduate health professionals. He lives in France, and his most recent book is You Are Your Own Best Medicine. View Guest page

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Stephan Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz is a distinguished consulting faculty member at Saybrook University, a research associate of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research, editor of the daily web publication Schwartzreport.net, and columnist for the peer-reviewed research journal Explore. The author of 4 books and more than 100 technical papers, he has also written articles for Smithsonian, OMNI, American History, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Huffington Post. His latest book is The 8 Laws of Change: How To Be An Agent of Personal and Social Transformation. He lives in Langley, Washington. Please visit: StephanASchwartz.com View Guest page

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Bernie Siegel, MD

Bernie Siegel, MD, retired from general and pediatric surgical practice in 1989 and has since dedicated himself to humanizing the medical establishment's approach to patients and empowering patients to induce their own healing. He founded Exceptional Cancer Patients to facilitate self-healing.

Bernie's bestselling books include Peace, Love and Healing, 365 Prescriptions for the Soul, and The Art of Healing. He is a sought-after speaker on patient and caregiver issues and author of a new book, Love, Animals & Miracles: Inspiring True Stories Celebrating the Healing Bond. View Guest page

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Tamarack Song

Tamarack Song has spent his life studying the world’s aboriginal peoples, apprenticing to elders, and learning traditional hunter-gatherer survival skills. He has spent years alone in the woods as well as living with a pack of Wolves. In 1987 he founded the Teaching Drum Outdoor School in the wilderness of northern Wisconsin. He is an award-winning author, and his several books include Entering the Mind of the Tracker. His latest book is Becoming Nature. Tamarack is married to Lety with whom he has two adult children. Please visit www.TamarackSong.org https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/93102/communicating-with-nature View Guest page

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Rabbi Paul Steinberg

Rabbi Paul Steinberg is an educator and spiritual counselor at Beit T’Shuvah in Los Angeles, a residential addiction treatment center and synagogue community. Formerly a day school director and synagogue rabbi, his most recent book is Recovery, The 12 Steps, and Jewish Spirituality: Reclaiming Hope, Courage, and Wholeness (Jewish Lights, 2014), which provides the first comprehensive approach to integrating Jewish spirituality with the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. www.beittshuvah.org View Guest page

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Rabbi David Stern

Rabbi David Stern has been with Temple Emanu-El in Dallas, Texas since 1989 and has been the Senior Rabbi since 1996. In 2002, he participated in a study mission to the Darfur refugee camps and in 2005 served as rabbi-in-residence for an American Jewish World Service Study Mission to Nicaragua. Rabbi Stern is a Vice-President for the Central Conference of American Rabbis and is on the President's Rabbinic Council of Hebrew Union College. He also participates in the Institute for Jewish Spirituality as part of his commitment to ongoing study and spiritual growth. Locally, Rabbi Stern is on the Board of the Budd Center for Involving Communities in Education, an organization committed to helping build strong communities with high quality neighborhood schools in West Dallas. He also serves on the Dallas Jewish Coalition for the Homeless and the Dallas Children's Advocacy Center. Rabbi Stern is a published poet and essayist and his talk on "Round Trip Spirituality" at TEDxSMU 2010 is available on YouTube. View Guest page

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Thomas M. Sterner

Thomas M. Sterner is the author of Fully Engaged and the bestseller The Practicing Mind. He is the founder and CEO of the Practicing Mind Institute and an expert in Present Moment Functioning, or PMF. He works with high-performance industry groups and individuals, including athletes, helping them to operate effectively in high-stress situations so that they break through to new levels of mastery. He is accomplished as a musician, composer, and technician in various fields of music; as a recording and audio engineer; and in athletic pursuits from archery to golf. Top media outlets such as NPR, Fox News and Forbes have sought his advice. He speaks around the world on developing focus and discipline and lives in Wilmington, Delaware. Visit him online at http://www.practicingmind.com. View Guest page

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David Sunshine

David began his journey into yoga, mysticism, energy work and alternative healing at a young age. He studied under one of Dallas' finest instructors, Fred Dowd and has taught yoga extensively. David also studied meditation under the Dalai Lama and yoga with many contemporary luminaries including B.K.S Iyengar and T.K.V. Desikachar. He continues to explore the path of wisdom and deepen his yoga practice and teaching which blends Eastern philosophy, meditation, somatic movement techniques and the principles of Ayurveda to assist students in their physical, emotional and spiritual growth. As owner of the Dallas Yoga Center since 1998, David has helped to establish DYC as a strong institution infused with an open-hearted vitality which plays a leading role in the yoga community. His focus is in creating a safe space where people can come to enjoy the depth of the ancient teachings and healing arts so that they may learn to live healthier more mindful lives. Visit: www.dallasyogacenter.com View Guest page

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Sergeant Keni Thomas

A powerful speaker, Sergeant Keni Thomas captivates audiences with his incredible story of extraordinary individuals and how they fought to bring each other home. Keni left the Army to pursue his music career and now works full-time as an award winning country music recording artist and songwriter. He and his band Cornbread were featured in the movie “Sweet Home Alabama” and his music can be heard on country stations nationwide. Keni continues to serve our troops with regular tours to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is a regular guest on all the major news networks as a military analyst, was recognized by the President of the United States and received the American Patriot Award. Keni is most proud to be the national spokesman for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation which provides college educations to the children of special operations personnel killed in combat or training. Keni Thomas is a graduate of the University of Florida, and the recipient of the bronze star for valor. View Guest page

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Betsy Thompson

Betsy has a B.F.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. She worked for several Philadelphia radio stations and appeared in television commercials in Philadelphia and New York. After moving to California, Betsy struggled and nearly became homeless. After she recognized her tendency to blame everyone else for her problems, she decided to become accountable and began to recover. For the next eighteen years, Betsy was an Executive Assistant to an entertainment executive in the film industry. She retired in 2005 and now writes full time. Her passion is for communicating spiritual concepts. Her lessons have been about understanding how she faces herself wherever she goes. Betsy realized that each job and each person was an opportunity to know herself better rather than blaming others for her problems. In addition to LoveHuman, Betsy is the author of The What Happens If I…Book, Walking Through Illusion, The Mirror Theory, LoveParent and You Are What You Think. Visit: www.BetsyThompson.com View Guest page

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Becky Thompson, PhD

Becky Thompson, PhD, is a scholar, poet, activist and yoga teacher whose work focuses on trauma and healing. She is the author of Survivors on the Yoga Mat and several other books related to social justice and healing. She is Department Chair and Professor of Sociology at Simmons College and a senior level yoga instructor who teaches at conferences, workshops, and community centers internationally. Becky's poetry can be found in her book, Zero Is the Whole I Fall into at Night as well as The Harvard Review, Tidal Basin Review and Sinister Wisdom. Her honors and awards include Rockefeller and Ford Fellowships, the Gustavus Myers Award for Outstanding Books on Human Rights, the Mosaic Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the Creative Justice Poetry Prize. Please visit www.beckythompsonyoga.com View Guest page

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Dr. Edward Tick

Edward Tick, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized transformational healer, psychotherapist, writer and educator. Co-Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit Soldier’s Heart: Restoring Our Warriors and Communities (www.soldiersheart.net), he has been working with veterans for over 38 years. Ed works internationally on the psychospiritual and cross-cultural healing of military and war trauma and on holistic and psycho-spiritual healing. He was the U.S. Army’s 2012 trainer in the holistic healing of PTSD, training over 2,500 chaplains and officers. He continues to work with the Army, Air Force and veterans everywhere. Ed is the author of five books including the groundbreaking and award-winning War and the Soul. His newest book, Warrior’s Return: Restoring the Soul After War, was just published. View Guest page

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James Van Praagh

Internationally renowned #1 New York Times bestselling author of many books including: Talking to Heaven, Ghosts Among Us, Unfinished Business, Adventures of the Soul, How to Heal a Grieving Heart (with Doreen Virtue) and the Power of Love; James Van Praagh is hailed throughout the world as a pioneer of the mediumship movement and as one of the most accurate mediums today. He has brought solace, peace and spiritual insights, changing millions' view of life and death. He has received many awards for his dedication to raising the consciousness of the planet. James has been on national radio and TV, including: OPRAH, LARRY KING LIVE, DR. PHIL, 48 HOURS and THE VIEW. He hosted his own nationally syndicated show BEYOND and successfully produced CBS's mini-series LIVING WITH THE DEAD based on his life. He also created and was executive producer of CBS’s long running series THE GHOST WHISPERER. The James Van Praagh School of Mystical Arts is online. Visit www.jvpschoolofmysticalarts.com View Guest page

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Steven R Vazquez, Ph. D

Steven R. Vazquez, Ph. D. is a licensed professional counselor and licensed marriage and family therapist in Texas. Dr. Vazquez is the founder of the therapeutic method of Emotional Transformation Therapy® (ETT®). He has written two books, Emotional Transformation Therapy and Accelerated Ecological Psychotherapy as well as the upcoming book Spiritually Transformative Psychotherapy. Dr. Vazquez has authored numerous peer reviewed journal articles and has given presentations at over forty professional conferences. He has also presented his work in eight countries and in most U.S. cities. Dr. Vazquez has conducted over a hundred trainings and has been cited in several books. There are hundreds of professionals trained in ETT®. He has been the innovator for breakthroughs in the treatment of chronic physical pain, PTSD, depression, anxiety disorders, and addictions. Dr. Vazquez has also developed profound methods in energy medicine for healing mind, body, and spirit. View Guest page

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Marshéle Carter Waddell

Since 2002, Marshéle Carter Waddell has served as founder and president of Hope for the Home Front, a non-profit 501c3 corporation. Hope for the Home Front is dedicated to reaching and restoring women whose lives are forever changed by the aftermath of war. The organization and its resources were inspired at the outset of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan by her first two books, Hope for the Home Front: Winning the Emotional and Spiritual Battles of a Military Wife and the Hope for the Home Front Bible Study. Marshéle, alongside her former husband of 30 years, CDR (ret) Mark Waddell, a career U.S. Navy SEAL, with their three children, experienced many lengthy separations and frequent deployments for combat duty, special operations training and real world conflicts for more than two decades. Marshele is an international speaker and educator who co-authored her latest book, Wounded Warrior, Wounded Home: Hope and Healing for Families Living with PTSD and TBI. www.hopeforthehomefront.com View Guest page

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Jackie Waldman

Jackie Waldman was living the “perfect life” with three healthy children, a loving husband and a thriving business when she discovered she had multiple sclerosis. After dwelling on her limitations for too long, she finally saw new possibilities and used her energy to begin a new career in volunteerism. Jackie co-founded Dallas’ Random Acts of Kindness Week. She has appeared twice on Oprah. Jackie was chosen by CNN as one of their Millennium Heroes. She received the 1999 Girls Inc. “She Knows Where She’s Going” Award. She is a National Ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the author of 5 books including, The Courage to Give. Jackie inspires others to give through volunteering and to discover that they, too, can triumph over tragedy and make a difference in the world.

Jackie completed a 4-year speaking tour visiting 150 cities speaking with MS patients and caregivers sharing the courage to give message. For more information, go to www.couragetogive.com View Guest page

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Dr. Sharon Walker

Dr. Sharon Walker is an applied sociologist. Sociology is the "umbrella" for her unique perspective on the topic at hand. She brings her experience from her work in industry, academia, health care and private consulting to her approach to teaching. Currently Dr. Walker is teaching at IVY Tech College in Indiana and introducing students to the concept of recognizing conflict on a personal level. Her courses include sociology, economics and critical thinking. She has previously taught at UT-Southwestern School of Medicine in Dallas, the School of Public Health at the Health Sciences Center, University of North Texas in Fort Worth and the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Dr. Walker’s degrees cover a diversity of interests, including nursing, vocational rehabilitation, public health, conflict resolution, economics and sociology. View Guest page

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Brad Warner

Brad Warner is the bestselling author of Don’t Be a Jerk and numerous other titles including Sit Down & Shut Up, Hardcore Zen, and Zen Wrapped in Karma Dipped in Chocolate. In addition to being a Soto Zen priest, Brad is a punk bassist, filmmaker, Japanese-monster-movie marketer, and popular blogger based in Los Angeles. Visit him online at www.hardcorezen.info. View Guest page

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Dawon Washington

Dawon Washington is an intuitive channel, healer, teacher and author of the book, Visions of Earth Beyond 2012. Dawon works internationally as a psychic and speaker, teaching individuals how to use color, tone and visualization to heal the body, mind and spirit.

Dawon is the channel and co-creator with Dr. Paula Joyce of Color Yoga. This new system of yoga uses color and tone to move energy through the body. Dawon has done over 10,000 psychic readings and healings in the course of his career and has dedicated his life to being of service to others and to the world at large. View Guest page

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Robert L Weber, Ph.D

Recipient of the American Society on Aging’s 2014 Religion, Spirituality, and Aging Award, Robert L. Weber, Ph.D., is assistant professor of Psychology, part time at Harvard Medical School and a former Jesuit. He also serves as a faculty member of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His new book, The Spirituality of Age: A Seeker's Guide to Growing Older is coauthored with Carol Orsborn, Ph.D. She is founder and editor-in-chief of Fierce with Age: The Digest of Boomer Wisdom, Inspiration, and Spirituality. The author of more than 20 books for and about the Boomer generation as well as popular blogs on Huffington Post, PBS’s NextAvenue.net, and BeliefNet.com, she has served on the faculties of Georgetown University, Loyola Marymount University. She lives in Madison, Tennessee. View Guest page

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Susan Weitzman, PhD

Susan Weitzman, PhD, authored the ground breaking book, Not to People like Us: Hidden Abuse in Upscale Marriages, which identifies the unique tactics and characteristics of domestic abuse in upscale marriages. She was featured on Oprah, 20/20, NPR and The Chicago Tribune when her book launched and recently in The Daily Beast and on First Business responding to the recent NFL scandal. Dr. Weitzman is now working on book #2 exploring new ways to counter the use of the courts by the abuser to harass the partner. She is also: heading an Inter-Faith Initiative in suburban Illinois to increase awareness of upscale violence; developing programs for corporations on how to deal with domestic violence; and working on a documentary on upscale violence. A psychotherapist, litigation consultant and national lecturer with more than 20 years of clinical experience, Dr. Weitzman is recognized internationally as an expert witness on upscale domestic violence and its impact. www.theweitzmancenter.org View Guest page

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David Whyte

David Whyte grew up with a strong, imaginative influence from his Irish mother among the hills and valleys of his father’s Yorkshire. He now lives in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. The author of seven books of poetry and three books of prose, David holds a degree in Marine Zoology and has traveled extensively, including working as a naturalist guide in the Galapagos Islands. He brings this wealth of experience to his poetry, lectures and workshops. He has a devoted audience in the three normally mutually exclusive worlds of poetry readings, philosophical enquiry and organizational leadership. An Associate Fellow at Said Business School at the University of Oxford, he takes his perspectives on creativity into organizational development, where he works with European, American and International companies. Using poetry and thoughtful commentary, he fosters courage and engagement, qualities much needed to respond to today’s call for increased creativity and adaptability in the workplace. View Guest page

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Belinda J Womack

Belinda J. Womack is a spiritual counselor, teacher and author of Lessons from the 12 Archangels: Divine Intervention in Daily Life. A scientist by training, with dual master’s degrees in microbiology and environmental science, Belinda has been channeling Angelic wisdom to support individuals, couples and families for 25 years. Her book gives clear strategies to transform the wounds trapped within the deep subconscious that block us from experiencing positive change. The guided imagery exercises integrate the healing-power from our spiritual energy centers (chakras) with the unconditional love of the 12 Archangels. This facilitates a vibrational super shift that moves us from focusing on our suffering here on Earth to receiving Heaven’s abundance, joy and healing. She also created the 12 Archangels University, an online "change your everyday reality to Heaven on Earth" education platform. To sample her online and audio classes or schedule a private session, visit BelindaWomack.com. View Guest page

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Lynda Wooding

Lynda Wooding is an internationally known author and relationship consultant. Her expertise is in helping others go within to discover what will enhance the quality of their life. She's developed programs used across the US and around the world that changed people's business and personal lives. Lynda was a successful radio show host in Atlanta and in Las Vegas. She helps others fulfill their highest potential by incorporating a balance of emotional, physical and spiritual health through sessions and presentations. She is the author of several books and e-books, which focus on loving who you are and how to create healthy relationships. Her books are: The Silent Power of Your Love, Freedom to Choose, Letting Them Go- When a Relationship No Longer Works for You, A Journey of Self-Empowerment-Dare to Be You, Choose Relationships That Empower You-Discover What Really Works, and Make Wise Relationship Choices-See Who Empowers Your Life. Lynda can be reached at: http://lyndawooding.wix.com/life-coach-blog View Guest page

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