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Michael McGee, MD
4th Thursday Every Month, 9 am PT, 12 pm
practical guidance and support for living the best life possible,
for people who are in recovery and those who are dealing with life's
everyday hardships and challenges.
OF THE MONTH:
Emily A. Francis
All About Healing
Wednesdays,11 a.m. PST
Emily A. Francis
Who is Emily A. Francis...
Emily A. Francis is a radio host, lecturer, clinical massage therapist,
yoga enthusiast and an author of books and CDs for both children
and adults. She has a BS in Exercise Science and Wellness with a
minor in nutrition from Jacksonville State University where she
was a collegiate cheerleader.
After college she worked in corporate wellness. She soon became
an aerobic director, kickboxing instructor, yoga instructor as well
as began practicing tai chi, kung fu and other martial arts. She
is trained under Universal Yoga in Sivananda yoga. Her teacher,
Dattatreya was the senior disciple to Swami Vishnudevananda who
brought yoga from India to North America and was the senior disciple
to Swami Sivananda himself. Emily holds a gold medal in the US Open
in Tai Chi Form as well.
Emily taught High School Health and PE and was the head of that
department for a charter school before attending massage school.
In 2004 Emily graduated from the Atlanta School of Massage in Clinical
and Neuromuscular therapy. Immediately after she went on to study
and complete the Dr. Vodder School International for Manual Lymphatic
Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapy (graduating in 2005 and
completing recertifications with the school every 3 years since).
Additionally she is also certified in the Vodder's kinesiotape training.
Over the years since massage school Emily has taken courses in advanced
TMJ dysfunction, MLD/CDT recertifications and has become a Certified
Pediatric Therapist. Continuing education is extremely important
to Emily and she tries to gather studies from far and wide. She
completed the metaphysical doctorate program in comparative religion
at the University of Sedona.
Currently, Emily is enrolled at Jacksonville State University and
is pursuing a Masters in Physical Education with a concentration
in Human Performance. Her training, background and practice in bodywork
is immense and has earned her acknowledgement and respect in her
community. Emily believes in a proactive and holistic whole body
approach to wellness. You can find this through her bodywork as
well as through her writing.
Emily has served as a guest lecturer at places including the Georgia
Massage School, the Georgia State's Graduate Classes in Sports Medicine,
and the Esani Institute. Emily also speaks regularly for the Georgia
Ovarian Cancer Alliance.
As an author, Emily's best selling The Body Heals Itself
book teaches you how to listen to the 'Emotional Wisdom of Your
Muscles to Experience a Deeper Level of Healing. Her book Stretch
Therapy is a comprehensive guide to individual and assisted
stretching for healthy living. A Leg Up to Lymphdema will
help you learn more about this little recognized condition. Visit
her website to learn more about her books and products.
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New Spiritual Strength
by Guy Finley - Radio
Host of "Guy Finley Live! "
3rd Tuesday every month, 9am PT
If we were to see someone trying to warm himself on
a winter's night by snuggling up to a color photo of a fireplace,
we would easily recognize this person as being deluded. We know
that the glossy paper image which he clings to for life-sustaining
heat is powerless to do anything but mock his obviously oblivious
But this unfortunate man can't see the futility of
his own misguided actions. Why? Because it's his own mind, his level
of consciousness, that has confused a mere representation of reality
for the fact of it. Mental pictures have no reality other than to
that level of consciousness which creates them.
This exaggerated illustration -- of a man trying to
warm himself with a photo of a fire -- hints to us of a common,
and yet virtually undetected glitch in our own mental machinery.
While you and I may not stand beneath a photo of a waterfall to
get cool and wet, we do try to stand on images. And no image is
permanent or real. Here's further proof.
We live with certain unspoken, but flattering mental
pictures of ourselves. For instance, maybe we believe we're strong,
the unafraid type. We may even have others in our lives who, because
of their image of being too weak, look to us to tell them how to
conduct their lives. As long as our self picture of being wise,
strong, or kind remains intact, it only makes sense to us that these
people are better off trying to mold their lives after ours. But
then, as it always does, reality bursts our pleasing self picture.
Pop goes our beautiful bubble!
Perhaps a bitter feud that's been long-brewing finally
erupts in the home. Or there comes some unexpected bad news at the
office. In a flash, we may find ourselves either trembling in the
face of some shaky situation or fawning over some person of "power"
-- a person who, coincidentally, we had only moments before been
telling off from the safe and secret confines of our now fearful
mind. Where did all of our strength go? It was never there!
All we ever possessed right up until the moment of
that encounter with truth, with reality, was a pleasing picture
of ourselves as being someone strong. Which leads us to: No image
of being self-commanding possesses either the strength or confidence
it sees itself as having.
When the images we have of ourselves as being strong
collide with the facts that show our pleasing self pictures to be
only touched-up phonies, these shocking experiences are not the
proof that strength doesn't exist. We are never closer to being
strong than when given the chance to see what is unreal about ourselves.
Learning to welcome these healing moments -- of seeing what is false
within us as being false -- is the same as welcoming a new kind
Guy Finley is the best-selling author of more than 40 books and
audio albums on self-realization, including "The Secret of
Letting Go," "The Essential Laws of Fearless Living,"
and his brand new book "The Secret of Your Immortal Self."
He is the founder and director of Life of Learning Foundation, a
nonprofit center for self-study located in southern Oregon where
he gives talks four times each week. Guy is a faculty member at
the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York and is a regular expert
contributor to Beliefnet and the Huffington Post. For more information
and to download Guy's Free 60-minute MP3 seminar "Five Simple
Steps to Make Yourself Fearless," and sign up to receive a
free helpful newsletter each week. Visit http://www.GuyFinley.org/kit
On-Going-Merlin, OR: Guy
Finley -Guy Finley speaks every Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays,
and Sundays at the Life of Learning Center, 459 Galice Road, in
Merlin, Oregon 97352. Visit guyfinley.org
Jan: Costa Rica, NY: Susun Weed Costa
Rica Retreat For info: susunweed.com
Niskayuna, NY: Robert Moss
Northeast Dream Circle visit moss.dreams.com
Marin County, CA: Maryanne Comaroto
Open Floor Monday Nights visit maryannecomaroto.com
Redondo Beach, CA: Linda Mackenzie &
Homa Sikon Stress and Acupuncture Workshops lindamackenzie.net/appearances.htm
Jan 31 - Feb 3 Prague, Czechoslovakia:
Dreaming Deep in 7 World Traditions Workshop moss.dreams.com
Marin County, CA: Maryanne Comaroto
Cool Girls Summit visit maryannecomaroto.com
Feb 26: Indianapolis,
IN: Robert Moss Mysterious
Realities Bookstore Event visit moss.dreams.com
Feb 23 -24: Berkeley,
CA: Robert Moss Workshop Healing
and Wholeness through Active Dreaming visit
by Linda Mackenzie, C.H.T., Ph.D.(c)
Vitamins & Supplements
Calcium (citrate), Magnesium, Potassium - aids
nerve impulse transmission
Coenzyme Q10 and Co-enzyme A - increases energy
Creatine - aids and builds muscle
Vitamin E(start w/400 IU increase up to 1200 IU/day, Vitamin C
(3000-6000mg a day)
and Selenium 200 mcg/day - can slow down disease progression and
postpone drug therapy
5-HTPE - Increases serotonin levels
Glutathione - helps stop brain cell death
L-Phenylalanine and L-Tyrosine - aminos that convert into dopamine
Vitamin B Complex, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6 & Niacinamide -
50 mg ea. 3x/day - prevents nerve damage
DMAE - helps brain function
Iron - helps Parkinsion's
Pycnogenol (grape seed extract) - stops free radicals
DMG -enhances tissue oxygenation
GABA - stablizes neron activity, acts like a transmitter
Grapeseed oil - Essential Fatty Acids - rebuilds & produces
Lecithin - (1200 mg - 3X a day - helps nerve impulses
SOD - protects neurons and neurotransmitters like dopamine
Digestive Multienzyme complex assimilation of supplements and
Multivitamin and mineral complex - Source Naturals 'Life Force'
- helps nutritional deficiencies
Primrose oil - reduces frequency and severity of tremors
Raw brain glandular - improves brain function
Wheat germ oil - helps neron membranes
Curcumin - Prevents accumulation of beta Amyloid
Burdock root, dandelion root, ginger root or milk thistle - liver
Cayenne, muellin, siberian ginseng or yarrow - stimulates thymus
and lymphatic system
Hawthorn, red clover, yellow dock or sarsaparilla - cleans blood
Black cohash, catnip, passion flower, skullcap or valerian root
- nourishes nerves
Ginko Biloba or Prevagen - helps brain blood flow and memory function
Ashwaganda - anti-inflammatory and helps Parkinson's
GOOD FOODS: 75% raw foods with seeds, nuts,
grains and raw milk, almonds, brazil nuts, sesame seeds, lima
beans, chickpeas, lentils, bananas, oatmeal, cilantro, parsley,
avacados, wild salmon, hemp, flaxseeds, chia seeds, organic eggs,
cruciferous vegetables, green drinks, coconut oil
NO: junk food, fried, greasy or processed foods,
soda, sugar, High Fructose Corn syrup, white flour, dairy products,
beef, potatoes, mushrooms, eggplant, vegetable oils, drugs, vaccines
or OTC drugs
Intermittent Fasting and 12-15 hour fast after
dinner is very helpful
Use no aluminum foil or pans
Chelation therapy - removes heavy metals from the brain
Heavy Metal Detox - removes heavy metals from the brain
Good to Detox Organs every 6 months
Things highlighted in BOLD may be essential to aid healing
and managing Parkinson's Disease.
This information is intended for
general information purposes only. Individuals with health problems
should always seek their natural health care provider before
administrating suggestions made above. Application of above
methods is at the user's discretion and is totally their responsibility.
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Recipe of the Month
Cooking Time: 40-50 minutes, 1-Soup Pot
2 cups lentils
2 tablespoons olive or grapeseed oil
1 medium onion (minced)
1 tablespoon of garlic (minced)
8 cups of water
3 stalks celery (diced)
2 carrots (diced)
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 teaspoon maple syrup
1 bay leaf
1 teaspoon dried parsley
1 teaspoon cumin
1/8 teaspoon all spice
1/4 teaspoon red cayenne pepper
Soak lentils in cold water overnight. Drain lentils.
Heat the oil in a large soup pot. Add onions and garlic. Cook until
Add lentils and brown for 2-3 minutes, stirring constantly.
Add water, celery, carrots, lemon juice, salt, pepper, maple syrup
and spices and bring to boil.
Reduce heat and simmer slowly about 45 minutes or until lentils
Remove bay leaf and serve hot.
FOR PUREED LENTIL SOUP: Follow basic recipe and after removing
bay leaf, strain lentils through a sieve. Return lentils back into
the soup pot and bring back to a boil. Remove from heat and serve
the Editor's Desk
January - New Year Resolutions?
Are you one of those who are already rereading over
their list of New Year's resolutions and asking themselves, "Just
what was I thinking?" You're not alone. For a growing number
of people, even though it's just now January, realization is steadily
sinking in that they've perhaps bitten off a bit too much
there must be better ways and means to get the life-changing results
they want. While doing 500 crunch-style sit ups before each dawn's
break might be achievable for some, for numerous others, this kind
of endeavor becomes more of a painful chore that quickly comes to
an end. Perhaps some information and inspiration on fitness would
prove more beneficial to your cause. For this, I highly recommend
HealthyLife.Net's LukanFit show with host Mehgan Lukan (1st
Monday of the month, 2 p.m. PT for some amazing body talk expertise
and insight. Meghan is a skilled fitness expert who does personal
training for all types of people.
Before allowing for any kind of guilt over missing
the mark or quitting entirely sets in, consider setting up an easier,
more doable path that works in positive ways for you-for the short
and long run. It all starts by tuning in to HealthyLife.Net. For
instance, our HealthyLife.Net show host Dr. Bernie Seigel shares
lots of helpful tips and insight into creating a healthy balanced
life-body, mind, and spirit. Tune in to The Dr. Bernie Siegel
Show on the 1st Tuesday of each month, 9 a.m. Pacific Time,
where you'll discover how to have a life filled with health, love
Or Tune in to Dawson Church's Show High Energy
Health Thursday Jan 10, 9-10 a.m. PT, to find out how to be
Loving and Accepting of yourself and your goals.
Natural Eating with Elysa Markowitz talks about
the health benefits of the freshest foods and the health benefits.Elysa
is an author, former TV host, and a respected raw food expert in
the natural food industry.
There is so much POSITIVE info on HealthyLife.net
this month --not only for your body- but for your mind and spirit.
We'll be handling everything from natural health, the sports world,
how to stop fear, tips for recovery, anti-aging, dream interpretation,
astrology, opera, feng shui, EFT, meditation, using your intuition
to guide you in 2019, plus lots of stuff on getting and keeping
relationships and more -- all just this month on HealthyLife.net.
There is no simpler and easier way to get the information, resources,
and support you need in creating a life you desire and deserve.
Every week check out our guest and topic schedule
weekly at this link: http://www.healthylife.net/RadioShow/WeeklyGuests.htm
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