What happens to those people who have medical and mental health needs but do not have the funds to pay for them? Who helps them? Velma Stevens works with those diagnosed with Sickle Cell and Mark Lazarus works with the homeless many of whom lack the basic necessities of life. Hear how these two social workers are making a difference in the lives of disenfranchised people.
Healers come in many forms. The practitioner may do Reiki, or be a medical intuitive, or talk to spirit guides. The person may just help you adjust to a chronic illness that will not be alleviated. That is what hospital chaplain Richard Cheu does. Lisa Brown-Tarves uses her hands, her mind, and her intuition to help her clients to heal from their mental and physical conditions. Both have much to teach us. Let us be their students.
Sometimes it takes a life-changing event to turn us in a different direction. Shirley D. Minter-Smith went from obese to bodybuilder. T.C. Hale went from no voice to being the voice celebrities seek for nutritional direction. Hear their respective journeys and be inspired to change the direction of your life.
It is Valentine’s Day, the time to show love to others. It is also time to love your own body. Learn how what you eat and drink and how you relate to others can help your heart be healthy. The correct chiropractic care can positively affect how you feel. Incorporate these tips into your life as a Valentine’s present to yourself.
What happens when you get four empowered healers all on the same show? Magic! Tune in to feel your energy soar and to begin your own healing process. Then join us this summer for the conference in Tallahassee, Florida where all four will be present and work on participants.
How does one survive polio and raise three children, hold down a job, and keep a marriage alive and well? Linda Christianson in her book All the Steps I Have Taken: Then and Now tells us how. How do you survive your promotion? Edward Lopatin has done it, written about it in his book by the same title, and will tell us how to do it.
One child in every 88 has been identified with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) according to the CDC. It is five times more common in boys than girls. Most children are not diagnosed until age 4. How do these children function in the school setting and how do parents handle the stress while caring for them? Learn about a girl’s tools for coping from Kari Dunn Buron author of Adalyn’s Clare and listen to one mother tell what it is like to have a 25 year old adult child with Asperger’s.
Gary Blier and Katrina Starzhynskaya both were diagnosed with incurable diseases. Gary found holistic practitioners that cured him and trained him. Implementing those combined theories he developed Advanced Cell Training to teach other people’s bodies to overcome disease. Katrina, a holistic practitioner herself would not accept that her Lyme disease diagnosis was incurable. Using alternative treatments along with Gary Blier’s Advanced Cell Training program she is now healthy. Find out how to heal your own body.
People for a variety of reasons can become almost addicted to substances. Once they make the decision to change that behavior they can alter their life direction. People who have cancer can have a positive effect on their condition using various psychological approaches. The mind is a powerful tool which has the ability to help a body heal, create conditions, or worsen them.
Are you looking for a meaningful relationship with food? Do you want to find a fresh approach to eating that encompasses not just food but the emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects as well? Author Deanna Minich, PhD nutritionist has a new program Peel & Heal that will answer these questions. Are you gluten-intolerant and struggle to find fast, friendly, and tasty meals? Gretchen F. Brown, R.D. author of Fast & Simple Gluten-free will solve that problem for you.