Dr. Mica Carew, and Dr. Josie Schmidt talk about their upcoming workshop: Still the Mind, Stabilizing the Hormones, An Introduction to Hormone Balancing and the Mind/Body Connection October 25th and 26th which will be held at Cannon Beach Yoga Arts on the Oregon coast.
Hormone imbalance can manifest in the following ways: Incontinence, weight gain, blood sugar imbalance, menstrual disorder, menopausal symptoms, anxiety and sleep disorders. Doctors Mica and Josie will teach natural gentle ways to bring your hormones back in to balance.
48:35 minutes (44.49 MB)
Perry Roll is a Libertarian candidate who is running for Oregon's Senate District 16. He talked with Don Merrill about why for him, being in politics means not being a politician, why we need a national care program versus a national insurance plan for veterans and why self-governing at the most basic level also means self-defending. 29:26 minutes (26.95 MB)
Nexus Nichols talks very personally about her experiences with Gangaji and the upcoming event with Gangaji in Portland, September 27th & 28th. This is a great opportunity to hear first hand what it is like to spend a weekend with Gangaji and experience both the wisdom and invitation she offers.
Weekend of Inquiry with Gangaji The Inner Dive: Discovering the Truth of Yourself “This is an invitation to shift your allegiance from the activities of your mind to the eternal presence of your being.” 58:32 minutes (53.58 MB)
Todd Moss is the author of his first novel The Golden Hour, a fictional tale about international intrigue in the Horn of Africa. But he's also an expert on real life foreign policy as a Senior Fellow and CEO for the Center for Global Development, a Washington DC Think tank that conducts research and analysis on the developing world. He talked with Don Merrill about terrorism, economic development and a few of the good stories across the African continent. 29:04 minutes (26.61 MB)
Gongs are one of man's oldest therapeutic instruments and are believed to have a profound effect on the nervous system. They are reported to bring about relaxed and meditative states, aid in pain control, and decrease negative thought patterns, addictive behaviors, and depression. Many people use gong therapy every day to 'raise their vibration', which improves the quality of their thoughts and actions, and helps restore a state of inner balance.
You can learn more and watch Faye Henry perform this gong bath using four Paiste Gongs at: http://www.tsvibrations.com Click on 'Sonic Massage' and scroll down to 'Energize Your Field With Gongs.'
11:04 minutes (25.34 MB)