What do a business entrepreneur and retired Olympian gymnast have in common besides friendship? They have the ability to use their mind to visualize what others think impossible and to accomplish things others only dream about. Listen to James Greene and Jack Miles tell their stories.
Learn how creating healing images helped heal a woman with stage 4 breast cancer. Bonnie Gold Bell talks about how people’s recovery and ongoing wellness can be supported by absorbing restorative energies from still images and art-based videos.

“Bonnie is a creative artist who shares her intuition and gifts with others willingly. Her readings with the GaiaStar Codex are very illuminating and empowering. I also use her Codex cards daily to help set the mood for my day. The cards I select each day are so appropriate to the questions I have.  It is a phenomenal tool. I recommend her highly”  ~ Melanie Barton
Are you a baby boomer who has the responsibility of deciding what to do with your ailing parents? Should they move in with you? Should they go into a facility? Who should make the decision? All these dilemmas cause great consternation. You need Barbara Morris, an expert when it comes to moving seniors to either downsize, reconfigure a present home, or coordinate a move to a long term facility. She will answer your questions. 
Call 1-866-613-1612 at 2pm EST.

Show Information and Resources:
  • The web site for the National Association of Senior Move Managers is www.nasmm.org
  • You can reach Smooth Transitions at www.movingforseniors.com for either where the locations are, how to order a Moving for Seniors workbook, learn about starting a senior move management business and NASMM connections. info@movingforseniors.com

A couple of books that might be useful:
  • No Ordinary Move: Relocating Your Aging Parents by Barbara Z. Perman and Jim Ballard
  • The Grief Recovery Handbook The action Program for Moving Beyond Death, Divorce, and Other Losses by John W. James and Russell Friedman
  • Moving for Seniors  A step-by-step workbook by Barbara H. Morris(when to downsize, where to move, what to move, how to keep it simple, tips for adult children)
You or someone you care about may be living with chronic pain. The condition may be incapacitating. Fibromyalgia, Interstitial Cystitis/Pelvic Pain, Cancer, renal failure, back injury, Lyme disease, MS, or some other factor can cause this pain. Your physician may not make or take the time to answer all your questions. Dr. Joshi, an interventional pain management physician and returning guest host will answer them as best he can.
With so many disasters recently around the world how can anyone do anything to make a difference? People in South Georgia are. Forty people ranging in age from 7 to 60 are devoting a week of their time to help two homeowners stuck in abject poverty to make their homes structurally sound and safe to inhabit. Hear the passion of the mission leader, the story of an author who with her family participates annually, about the call to the ministry of a 14 year old female, and the answered prayers of one of the homeowners.