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October 19th, 2012

May 5, Ronelle Wood, Touching Light: How to Free Your Fiber-Optic Fascia

ronelle-woodWho knew that we have something akin to a personal Fiber-Optic system inside every part of our body? Why do we have it? What does it do for us? What do we need to do for it? What if it breaks down; touching-light-bookwhat can we do to get the system up and running again? I’m excited to have Ronelle Wood with us this week to provide answers to these questions, as we talk about our Fiber-Optic Fascia. There was a time when nobody knew we had bacteria in our digestive tract; now lots of people take “probiotics”.  What happens when more of us know we’ve got a personal Fiber-Optics system?

Sometimes something very important is right under your nose, yet you don’t see it! Our fascia, the connective tissue that surrounds and connects everything in our bodies, has been with all humans since their beginning, since THE Beginning. Yet, only now are we beginning to understand its role in our physical, emotional and spiritual health. Ronelle Wood, who is both a patient and a practitioner of Myofacial Release, says this tissue conducts light in our bodies and is essential to health. It also can trap emotion, and hold inflammation. Especially regarding physical and emotional traumas, Myofacial Release, she says, is key to release and healing. She’ll also tell us how to “feed” our fascia!

Click here to visit Ronelle Wood’s website!

 

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Apr 28, Yol Swan: The Indigo Journals

April 28th, 2016

Apr 28, Yol Swan: The Indigo Journals

Yol-Swan-authorAre You a “Square Peg” Trying to Fit Into a Round Hole? If you’ve never heard about “Indigos,” it’s time you did. Especially if you are one yourself, but haven’t yet discovered it. Yol Swan has 12 traits to share with us. You likely will recognize your sensitive, nature-The-Indigo-Journalsloving, alienated-feeling self as we talk about these traits. Since Swan is an Indigo Adult herself, she’s also going to be sharing how to put yourself more at ease, and heal yourself spiritually. After this show, you’ll still be a “Square Peg”, but you’ll likely stop trying so hard to fit yourself into round holes! Instead, you’ll allow yourself to be who you really are, and go forward with your mission.

Yol Swan says that Indigo adults are feminine souls with certain masculine qualities. They often feel out of place in their families, and in this world. It is when they embrace themselves as Indigo adults that they can live the lives they have come to lead, as well as help the people, animals and world they came to help. Yol, herself an Indigo adult, has identified a dozen “traits held in common” for Indigo adults. Knowing these traits will help Indigo adults, and others who may have connections with Indigo adults, yet not always understand their concerns and behaviors. We can also increase our ability to empathize with very sensitive souls who can also behave as warriors. If you’re not yet familiar with the “Indigos” and their mission, you’ll certainly want to hear this show! Click here to visit Yol Swan’s website!

Apr 21, Ya-Ling J. Liou, DC: Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain

April 21st, 2016

Apr 21, Ya-Ling J. Liou, DC: Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain

Dr Ya-Ling LiouEvery Body’s Everyday Pain: I’ve been hosting and broadcasting Full Power Living since 2004—that’s 12 full years come June. It’s fascinating how topics come in “waves” for this show. “Pain” is a current topic. This week, we have a very practical approach to very common vexations—those little pains we tend to put up with, hoping they will go away. Often, instead, they last a EveryBodysGuidetoEverydayPainBookCover-200x300 lifetime, growing larger with the passage of time. Take charge! Catch them early. Send them on their way. We’ve asked Ya-Ling Liou, DC, to tell us what she has learned and what we can do. We look forward to sharing her with you! Dr. Liou comes to help us return to a pain-free everyday life. With an emphasis on uncovering new ways to pay attention to our body, Dr. Liou looks at our familiar everyday aches and pains—the ones for which we pop an otc pill, telling us how to keep these aches and pains from turning into a lifetime of discomfort. We’ll be discussing the body’s mechanically, chemically and emotionally-caused pains, along with what you can do about them. She will help us develop our ability to listen to the clues our body is giving, so we can navigate changes, loss, and stressful times, cooperating with our body, so we come through life’s challenges more easily. Click here to visit Dr. Liou’s website!

Apr 14, May McCarthy: The Path to Wealth

April 18th, 2016

Apr 14, May McCarthy: The Path to Wealth 

May McCarthyMany people are suggesting that to live affirmatively in the future, we must simplify, downsize, and tighten our belts. How is that working for you? If you’d still like to experiencebook wealth, while also following a spiritual path that honors life, nature and our Earth, you must
listen to May McCarthy this month! After taking on your CSO—your new partner—May will tell us how to conduct a seven-step process to bring us to wealth, including new behaviors and dropping old beliefs. She’s talking with us this Thursday. Remember, you can talk with her personally, getting answers to the questions you really want for yourself.

Downsizing and Belt-tightening…or Wealth? I love the way this reads…..”simple methods that lead to success” offered by “multimillionaire entrepreneur, philanthropist, and angel investor May McCarthy.” It’s what we’re offering you when May McCarthy comes to Full Power Living to share her Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance. Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? Click here to visit May McCarthy’s website!

 

Apr 7, Dr Toni Luisa Rivera: How to Listen to Your Body’s Whispers

April 7th, 2016

Apr 7, Dr Toni Luisa Rivera: How to Listen to Your Body’s Whispers

Toni RiveraLarry Dossy, MD, author of One Mind, says there is an unquenchable healing potential that is inherent in everyone. Dr. Toni Rivera’s account of how she uncovered deeply hidden pain in herself, using her body’s messages to heal her own life, is what we’re discussing on this week’s show. Dr. Toni shares her own journey of becoming able to allow her injury to transform into gifts she offers the world. She also gives exercises that can allow you to discover your own wisdom and healing. Instead of continuing to suffer from early childhood emotional pains (that may now be revealed through physical pain), discover how to transform those pains into effective living!

How to Move from Injury to Insight: Prior to the age of three, I was not well cared for by my young mother, living alone with two little girls during World War II.  My sister and I roamed our Fort Worth, Texas, neighborhood, often hungry, unwashed and unclothed. Because of this poor care, when he returned from the Pacific Theater in 1946, our single-father won legal custody of two little girls. What kinds of emotions, scars and impact does such experience have on the formation of the adults those kids grow into? Even more importantly, what do we need to do to heal from those things so we can have productive and satisfying lives? In many cases, how do we even know such things occurred, so we know to look for the emotional damage we have experienced? Toni Luisa Rivera uncovered wounds from her less-than-four-year-old self. She’s telling us how she found them, worked with them and healed them. Then, she’s sharing how we can do the same for ourselves. I’ve healed most of my early wounds, I think. I’m eager to find out how to heal more! Click here to visit Dr. Toni Luisa Rivera’s website!

Mar 31, Carolyn Hobbs: Forgiveness

April 1st, 2016

 Carolyn HobbsWhat is one of THE most important things you can do in your life? Practice Forgiveness! When you make a mistake, do you immediately forgive yourself? Do you easily and freely forgive your partner, your child or Joy Carolyn Hobbsteenager, your parents, your abuser, your boss or co-worker? Can you free yourself to see that we’re all doing the best we can….and “let go” of your expectations and emotional reactions, so you and the “offending person” are both free to go on with your lives? What if countries practiced forgiveness? Carolyn Hobbs, exploring the powers of our Wise Heart, talks forgiveness with me and you. Call in, ask questions on our chats.

Ready to Let the “Other Person” Off the Hook? As a child, several people injured me deeply. I was angry for many years. UNTIL I learned about Forgiveness. I had held onto anger, believing I was not going to let those people “off the hook.” What I learned is that those “other people” had probably long-forgotten what I was still stewing about. The person who was really on the hook was me! I was paying the price of both having had the negative experiences, AND the many negative consequences that accrue to each of us when we hold onto anger! My “perps” were literally getting me twice! Find out how all of this works when I talk with Carolyn Hobbs on the 31st, about Forgiveness. Click here to visit Carolyn Hobbs’ website!

Mar 24, Lisa Caza: From Survivor to Thrivor

March 24th, 2016

Lisa CazaSurviving long-term domestic violence does not usually position a person to have a really wonderful life. With the help of her spirit guides and the Divine, my guest, Lisa Caza, rebuilt herself and was able to connect with her wonderful life partner, thus Finding Paradise After the Storm. Lisa shares profound divine insight, guidance, and lessons learned throughout her journey in helping guide you towards finding your own successful love relationship. There is a relationship paradise waiting for you—if you want it! Lisa has been a professional clairvoyant medium for 20 years. Ask your questions—on our chat and/or via toll-free telephone.

Have you reached paradise after experiencing ongoing trauma? My guest this week is a marvelous example of what can be done, in our “Giant School” called Earth, when we apply ourselves and the tools we have been given. Even if you are involved in domestic violence for years, she demonstrates for us, you can still get out of the situation, out from under the emotional baggage, and out into the world to connect with your dreams (or dream person!). As a survivor of domestic violence myself—and although I agree it is possible–I can tell you this is no small feat. I’m looking forward to what Lisa has to say. Click here to visit Lisa Caza’s website!