Archive for the ‘Radio’ Category

David Arner, Astrologer, started the hour by discussing the origins of Astrology.  He then explains whether astrology is an art or a science.  David discussed how astrology related to something greater and the divine.  He explained the influence of various planets and what their present location indicates.

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Kenneth Cohen, Qigong master, health educator and author of ‘The Way of Qigong: the Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing,’ joined Connect.  Ken defined Qigong and explained how Qigong will improve health and harmony of mind and body.  He reviewed a variety of research that supports the therapeutic and healing value of Qigong.  The interview concluded with Ken describing his own personal journey with Qigong.

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Eileen McKusick, Sound Practitioner and Research, joined Connect.  Eileen talked about her experience working with the human energy field.  She discussed what the human energy field is made of. Eileen explain different therapies and tools that are helpful in balancing the field.  Fred Cheyette discussed his book, ‘Wonderfully Mysterious Tales of Ordinary People and Their Extraordinary Events.’  Fred is looking for more stories for his book.  Please contact him if you are interested.  Andy tried Shamanic Healing with Wendy Halley and they discussed the experience.  Listen to Andy’s endorsement of Shamanic Healing.

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Dr. Vaidya Mishra, Ayurveda practitioner, joined Connect.  Dr. Mishra explained the ancient healing tradition of Ayurveda to our audience.  He emphasized the importance of assessing all aspects of the individual rather than simply the body.  This assessment includes mind, soul and spirit.  Dr. Mishra will be in Vermont April 14th through the 18th, hosted by Ginna Bourisseau of Tulsi Tea Room in Montpelier.  April 16th, starting at 7pm, Dr. Mishra will have an open meeting.  April 17th and 18th he will be teaching classes on Daily Detox and Women’s Health respectively.  For more information on these events contact Ginna at 802-793-2326.

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Jennifer Skiff, Author of ‘God Stories: Inspiring Encounters with the Divine’

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Jennifer Skiff, author of ‘God Stories:  Inspiring Encounters with the Divine,‘ joined Connect.  Jennifer discussed her inspiration for writing ‘God Stories.’  She told of her own personal encounters with the Divine.  Jennifer shared some of her favorite God stories with the audience.  She is in the process of writing ‘God Stories II.’  Listen to the stories and be inspired.

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Dr. David Curry, APRN, joined Connect.  David reviewed the anatomy and physiology of the heart.  He explained the diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (a-fib) and how it is treated.  David described physical conditions that present as chest pain, though originate from other organs.  Some examples of these include heartburn, gastritis, gallstones and more.  Get a better understanding of cardiac and GI issues by listen to Dr. Curry.

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Sandy Morningstar, Body-Centered Therapist, joined Connect.  We discussed barriers to our healing such as our beliefs, lack of forgiveness, and self-acceptance.  We talked about the role of our unconscious beliefs, such as ‘I can’t’, in preventing healing.  Sandy discussed the energetic effect that our lack of forgiveness can have on our health.  She then reviewed those things that enhance our ability to heal.

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Wendy Halley, author of ‘Slaying the Mouse’ joined Connect.  Wendy discussed the difference between spirituality and religion.  She discussed those things the enhance ones ability to connect to spirit and those things that interfere.  Wendy described her personal experience connecting with the divine and how it is that she became a Shamanic Healer.  She discussed ancient Hawaiian beliefs about the soul and our spiritual journey.  We discussed why paying attention to your spiritual life is important.

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Dr. Judith Orloff, author of ‘Second Sight’ and ‘Positive Energy,’ joined Connect.  Dr. Orloff explained why she wrote ‘Second Sight’ and why it took six years to write.  She discussed how she blends her work, as a medically trained psychiatrist with her intuitive abilities, in her practice.  Dr. Orloff emphasized the value of connecting with our intuition and strategies to do so.  Listen to Dr. Orloff describe which chapter is her favorite and why.

Vermonthealers.org Board members, Marie Frolich and Dr. Jae Ehrich, joined ‘Connect’ to discuss their Expo coming March 27th in Montpelier.  From 9am to 4pm at the Vermont College Gym in Montpelier you will find vendors and workshops galore.  The Expo is Free.  Workshops will cost $5 each.  The event is being sponsored by Hunger Mountain Coop, Newchapter, Cabot Vermont and City Market Place.

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Laurel Saville, Author of ‘Postmortem’

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Laurel Saville, author of ‘Postmortem,’ joined Connect.  Laurel discussed her experience as she investigated her mother’s life and death.  Her mother, Anne Ford, ‘was once a beauty pageant winner, an artist, and a fashion designer.  She ended up a bloated, ranting alcoholic street person, stabbed and strangled in a burned out building…’  Listen as Laurel explores the complexities of her mother’s existence.

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