Joshua Tree homesteader and former Arthur editor Jay Babcock talks about turkey vultures, Vipassana, wildlife stewardship, and the communities of purpose he has discovered in the desert. jthomesteader.com
The perfect guests for this Valentine’s Day: Barbara and Michael Jonas, voted by PEOPLE magazine to be one of America’s Most Romantic Couples. They have created many romantic games – the first one and star is An Enchanting Evening. For free downloads go to www.TimeforTwo.com, go to downloadable games, choose one and put it in the shopping cart using the code Wiley (until the end of this month). These games encourage playful touch and supportive communication. You are giving your partner the gift of time…slow down…play the game. One female player said, “It’s porn for women!” Most people need emotional and physical intimacy where they can turn off the world and turn each other on. On this V-Day, always choose love, always choose love! You will be inspired if you listen to this show.
Ellen Kamhi, PHD RN, www.naturalnurse.com , speaks with Dr. Eric Kaplan. Eric Kaplan, D.C., D.A.C.N.B, F.A.C.F.N., F.A.B.V.R., F.A.B.C.D.D is an enthusiastic teacher and student of the world of health and wellness. Dr. Kaplan has impressive academic credentials. He received a B.S. in Human Biology at Emory University and a D.C. from Palmer College of Chiropractic-West. In addition, he is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, with over 1,500 hours of post graduate studies at The Carrick Institute, including specialty courses in Movement Disorders, Vestibular Rehabilitation and Childhood Developmental Delays. He is a Board Certified Functional Neurologist and a Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation. Being trained in dozens of chiropractic and neurology techniques, he has the ability to treat many different types of patients. Groundbreaking research shows how functional neurology can help where modern medicine has failed. Contact:
Guest Speaker: Peter Roth http://heartriver.org/ Launch of a New Pet app http://FluffyRx.com/ Human Design uses your birth time and place to calculate your personal Human Design Chart. In this calculation, the positions of Sun, Moon and planets at the time of your birth play an important role. Astrology also uses the birth time and place to generate your natal …
A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 02-03-2017 – Celebrating February is Black History Month Part I
Yesterday’s program was a case of way more callers than time would permit to share their views. So, today we continue the discussion: While brisk opposition to President Donald Trump’s hardline policies is both warranted and necessary, it must be recognized that previous administrations created many of the crises Trump is attempting to stanch with ill-advised, slash-and-burn policies.
David interviews James Lyons-Weiler, author of the book, “The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism”. His research indicates that genes can cause greater susceptibility to environmental toxins, such as the mercury and aluminum found in some vaccines, but that genes alone cannot explain the recent explosion in the rate of autism. This interview is part 1 of 2. His blog is at http://jameslyonsweiler.com.
It’s a new year….full of unlimited possibilities.
Tune in and listen to Beatty’s illuminating conversation with Lois Barth, motivational speaker, life coach and author of Courage to SPARKLE.
If you are willing to embrace Lois’s powerful message, you too can create a life that lights you up.
Marie Oser is a best-selling author and healthy lifestyle expert with a focus on nutrition and its role in disease prevention. Vegetarian since 1971 and vegan since 1990, Marie left a career in television advertising to pursue her interest in food, health, nutrition and the environment. Marie is President, Host and Executive Producer of VegTV (www/vegtv.com) and has been producing …
Don Salvatore has a biology degree (BA) from Northeastern University in Boston. He has been an informal science educator since graduating, with the last 36 years at the Museum of Science in Boston, teaching many science topics to the general public and school groups that visit the Museum. He is currently the coordinator of the Firefly Watch citizen science project, which started in 2008. Since the program’s beginning, they have had over 5,000 people from 40 states and 6 Canadian provinces participate – collecting firefly data in their back yards. He also writes short stories about the nature one can find in one’s back yard and posts them on a web site – Backyard Biology (www.backyardbiology.net). Today we talk about fireflies.