Archive for March, 2012

March 29 Radio Show: Act Like a Man: Really, There's Hope! Men Can Change – Emotional Pro

March 29th, 2012

Ken Solin’s book is entitled Act Like A Man. In it are the stories of eight men who started, 8 years ago, to meet regularly to work out their issues. Successful on the outside, yet lonely or fearful on the inside, these courageous men discover the courage to dig deep so they can identify their […]

March 22 Radio Show: Quantum Angel Healing – Emotional Pro

March 22nd, 2012

Eva-Maria Mora…Quantum Angel Healing:  Energy Therapy & Communication with Angels Quantum Angel Practitioners! I love these times. They apply fundamental concepts of quantum physics to perform healing, either hands-on or at a distance. Working with diagnostic intuition, clairvoyance, telepathy, energy healing, and prayer, Quantum Angel Practitioners use their skills beyond physical death through connecting and communicating […]

March 15 Radio Show: Patience: The Art of Peaceful Living – Emotional Pro

March 15th, 2012

Most of us want a peaceful life, yet the stresses of daily living, including our own fears, anger and impatience, get in the way of that for which we yearn. Buddhist practitioner Allan Lokos, wants us to look at creating patience in our lives, so we become more peaceful. If you’re ready to have patience […]

March 08 Radio Show: The Myth of American Innocence – Emotional Pro

March 8th, 2012

If you’ve ever re-enacted old patterns in your personal life, undermining your own goals and aspirations, you’ll want to listen to Barry Spector, who’s talking about how our nation (U.S.) does it! Using Greek mythology, indigenous wisdom and archetypal psychology, Spector finds new hope in very old ways of thinking, which he’ll share with us […]

March 01 Radio Show: Aging Gracefully – Emotional Pro

March 1st, 2012

If we’re lucky, we’ll all face old age. How are you planning to deal with memory issues, possible chronic disease, physical changes, sex, dying and death? You do have plans, don’t you? Most people view aging as a mystery, something that “just happens.” Eric Shapira practiced dentistry for 30 years, then returned to school to become a […]