Each of my radio shows is recorded in my dining room. My guests and I connect to the studiovia skype or phone. My dog Oliver insists on sitting on my lap during each show. Once I sit in the chair with headphones of, he will actually jump and whine until I let him on my lap. He is a “kijiji rescue”. The last owner said he was two years old, but after a visit to the vet, it is now believed he is about eight. Oliver had 23 teeth removed right away due to a serious infection and since then he has grown more hair (seriously, it’s more than two inches long!) and his heart murmur has disappeared. He gained 1 ½ lbs, making him now a full 7lbs! We believe he is a Chihuahua Papillion cross. His hobbies include long walks, playing ball, running around like a crazy dog, chasing the cat and hanging out with his family.
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After reversing his own blindness that he was born with, Meir Schneider has created a program to help you gain “Vision for Life.”
Discussing Judson Brewer's book “The Craving Mind".
Dr. Dan Seigel takes us on a journey in his book “Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human”.
Gina Lake’s book “From Stress to Stillness” takes us on an aided journey to find that inner peace.
Dr. Rick Hanson discusses with Dr. Rebecca Risk an analysis of theoretical physics and Buddhism in language suitable for intermediate readers or newcomers to the field of neuroscience.
Clinical psychologist Arthur P. Ciaramicoli explains how to overcome stress in his book The Stress Solution: Using Empathy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Reduce Anxiety and Develop Resilience.
Dr. Simone Ravicz discusses neuroplasticity, essentially the brains ability to repave old roadways into newer ones.
This episode is focusing on Chinese Medicine for the treatment of Lyme Disease.
Dr. David Hanscom is an orthopedic surgeon, who has discovered that surgery is not always the cure to pain.