The Five Gifts with Laurie Nadel PhD
Friday, February 1st at 8pm ET/5pm PT

Laurie Nadel is a psychologist, journalist, and best-selling author who specializes in helping people recover from trauma. In Long Beach, NY, she runs a support group at City Hall for people who are traumatized by losing their homes to Hurricane Sandy. At Metropolitan Communication Associates in Manhattan, she works with patients who have traumatic brain injuries due to assault/rape, M.S. and stroke. During 2003-2005, she directed a program for teenagers whose fathers were killed on 9/11/01. http://www.laurienadel.com

Healing PCOS with Amy Medling
Friday, November 2nd at 8pm ET/5pm PT

Amy Medling is a certified health coach, who specializes in working with women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS, who are frustrated and have lost all hope when the only solution their doctors offer is to lose weight, take a pill and live with their symptoms. In response, Amy founded PCOS Diva and developed a proven protocol of supplements, diet and lifestyle programs that offer women tools to help gain control of their PCOS and regain their fertility, femininity, health and happiness. https://pcosdiva.com 

Moving Through Loss

Most of us know the five stages of grief, but for the heart loss isn’t something that can be quantified and there is no set time to move from one stage to another.  All we can do is take one difficult day after another, allowing time and love to heal the wound.

Whether it be a family member, beloved pet, friend, the Queen of Soul or a decorated War Hero, there’s a measure of grief for who they were and the legacy they leave in our world.

The loss of their brilliant light is palpable, yet we are better for having spent time in their glow. It’s been said that the pain we feel when we lose someone is equally to the love we had for them.

But how do we move through these losses? The truth is, there’s no wrong way, but there is a way. We move through loss by paying tribute to those we have loved, even from afar. We share their pictures, notes, memories, and words of wisdom. We honor their values and character by emulating those best qualities, so their legacy can live on in others. As difficult as it might be, we re-engage with those around us, even if it’s a little at a time. Over time, the pain will drift away, but their impact in our lives will forged be in our hearts and actions.

Make Every Moment Count!

 

 

The Body Heals Itself with Emily Francis
Friday, February 23rd at 8PM ET/5PM PT

Emily A. Francis has worked in corporate wellness and as an aerobic director, kickboxing instructor, and yoga instructor. She is a clinical massage therapist with extensive specialized training and the author of Stretch Therapy (Blue River Press, 2013). Emily also holds a gold medal in the US Open in Tai Chi Form and a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and wellness. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in physical education/human performance concentration. Emily lives in Georgia and can be found online at www.EmilyAFrancisBooks.com

The Energetic Weather for 2018 with Aleya Dao
Monday, January 22nd at 8pm ET/5pm PT

Aleya is a sound healer, energetic practitioner, Minister in the state of California, Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico, and a Licensed Acupuncturist in Colorado. She has been an alternative healer for 20 years. Aleya earned her Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine from The Southwest Acupuncture School in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She practiced in Telluride, Colorado for 7 years before moving to Santa Barbara, California where she serves an international clientele as a spiritual guide and sound healer. In 2001 Aleya had an enlightenment experience which enabled her to perceive other realms, hear the angelic beings, and increased her empathic and clairvoyant abilities. http://www.aleyadao.com

Forgiving the Unforgivable

What does it mean to truly forgive somebody, on every level and for everything? I used to think that I had a great capacity for forgiveness and that, over the years, I had developed a deeper level of compassion for those that had slighted me, understanding that they are often operating out of an unresolved pain or trauma. However, my belief in my abilities was shattered and dramatically changed after watching the movie The Shack.

The film, based off the book by William P. Young, follows the journey of Mack Phillips who spends a weekend with a trio of individuals, each personifying God, at an old shack in the woods. The story takes place after a man called, “The little lady killer” kidnaps and murders Mack’s youngest daughter while the family is on a camping trip. While the rest of the family attempt to move through the pain, Mack falls into a deep depression that spurs doubt regarding his beliefs. The topics of forgiveness, judgement and love are discussed in a whole new way and eventually brings Mack back to peace, healing and a deeper level on his personal beliefs, changing him forever.

Watching this movie was an eye-opening experience that left me questioning how deep my level of forgiveness was. Did I truly forgive everyone with an open heart? Even if it was something unforgivable?

Every painful moment can be traced back to an initial heartache or trauma someone has endured, usually at the hands of another. The root of this suffering is often not easily visible to the person experiencing the pain. Yet, if we are willing to step back and see the entire story, the reason someone might have wronged us becomes clear. While this doesn’t condone behavior or activity that goes against social and moral conduct, it offers us the opportunity to be more compassionate and objective when forgiving someone, being careful to not get caught up in the energy of their story. If we are willing to step back and look at the bigger picture, we find that, while each of us is unique, we are not all that dissimilar.

As expressed in The Shack, we were made to love and forgive. That is our legacy to the world. Love is the answer to all things and the greatest gift we can give one another. But the first step to giving love is receiving peace. And how is it possible to receive peace? By freeing ourselves with forgiveness and approaching all situations with the same compassion and wisdom we would like to see in others. I encourage you to break the chains of resentment and find a way to peace, in all of your relationships, even if it means forgiving the unforgivable. As my mentor Judy Goodman has taught me, forgiveness doesn’t mean condoning what someone has done, it’s about freedom & peace. You deserve to have peace in your life! Only then will we be on track to living the life we desire — a loving, joyful and fulfilling one.

Make Every Moment Count!

A Short Path to Change with Jenny Mannion

JennyMannion-300dpiA Short Path to Change is really about a journey about tapping into yourself, knowing that you are more and that change doesn’t have to be as hard as we make it or take a long time to see results.  The book is broken down into four sections, including 30 practical exercises.  Each individual chapter offers an exercise that will help you connect to your soul, transform and create your life by tapping into that deeper part of you by practicing kindness, patience, self-love, and forgiveness.

Section 1)  Getting Rid of the Old Stuff – Chapters include: Forgiveness/Self-Forgiveness and Fears and Worry.

Section 2)  Learning about the Chakra System to Balance Your Energy Body –  My goal was to explain each chakra and the system as a whole as simply as possible so anyone that reads this can learn to use the chakras and their own inner diagnostic system. There is an Introductory Unit and a Chapter to help you understand each Chakra.

Section 3)  The Present Moment – Seven Exercises to connect to the present moment including  Chapters on Self-Love and Energy Healing.

Section 4)  New Ways of Thought – This Unit addresses the challenges that might come up and ways to keep moving forward on your path to change. It includes chapters and exercises on Self-Sabotage and Intention Setting.

Jenny Mannion graduated from Penn State University with a BA in psychology and was always interested in how the mind worked and in helping others. She began her own transformation through healing herself of several chronic diseases in three weeks. Since healing, Jenny has become an alternative healing practitioner, mind/body mentor and inspires people to connect with their inner power to create the life they desire. 

Jenny has witnessed clients in her own practice heal from depression, cancer, MS and many other chronic diseases and come out not only healthy but creating a life they never dreamed of. It is Jenny’s passion to help others tap into their own inner powers to transform their lives as she shares in the book she authored called, “A Short Path to Change: 30 Ways to Transform Your Life.” Jenny now conducts workshops and is a contributing blogger for The Huffington Post. She is originally from New York City and now lives in upstate New York with her two children.

A Short Path to Change: 30 Ways to Transform Your Life

How to Heal Yourself When No One Else Can

12742816_815327158590741_7054984933898083901_nUsing energy therapy and emotional healing techniques, How to Heal Yourself When No One Else Can shows you how to achieve complete and permanent healing by loving, accepting, and being yourself no matter what. Energy therapist Amy Scher presents an easy-to-understand, three-part approach to using energy healing for removing blockages, changing your relationship with stress, and coming into alignment with who you truly are.

After overcoming a life-threatening illness, Amy had an epiphany that healing is more than just physical. Her dramatic story serves as a powerful example of how beneficial it is to address our emotional energies, particularly when nothing else works. Discover areas of imbalance and easy ways to address them on your healing journey. Whether you are experiencing physical symptoms and chronic illness or are just feeling lost, sad, full of anxiety, or emotionally unbalanced, this book will show you how to use intuitive self healing to change your life. http://amybscher.com

Sunday, March 13th at 8pm EST & Thursday, February 18th at 5am & 5pm EST on Moments with Marianne at WMEX 1510AM Boston & Dreamvision 7 Radio Network. If you are in the Boston area, you can hear the show LIVE on WMEX 1510AM. Not in Boston but would like to listen to the show? Click here at 8pm EST! http://rdo.to/WMEX

A Course in Miracles Made Easy with Alan Cohen

Join us on Friday, January 29th at 5pm EST & Saturday, January 30th at 5am EST as we talk to best-selling author Alan Cohen on Moments with Marianne at 1510AM WMEX BOSTON and Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network.
 
Alan Cohen, M.A., is the author of 24 popular inspirational books, including the best-selling The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, the award-winning A Deep Breath of Life, and the classic Are You as Happy as Your Dog? and his newest best-seller A Course In Miracles Made Easy.  Alan is a contributing writer for the New York Times #1 bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his books have been translated into 24 foreign languages. His work has been featured on Oprah and in USA Today, The Washington Post and 101 Top Experts.
 
Alan is a respected keynoter and seminar leader for professional meetings in the fields of personal growth, inspiration, holistic health, human relations, and achievement of work/life balance. He has served as Instructor of Individual and Group Dynamics at Montclair State College, stood on the faculty of Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, and is a professor at EnTheos Academy for Optimal Living. He has appeared on national radio and television, including Good Morning shows around the nation, and his seminars have regularly been broadcast via satellite on the Wisdom Channel and on Gaiam TV. He is a featured presenter in the award-winning documentary Finding Joe, celebrating the teachings of visionary mythologist Joseph Campbell.
 
You can visit Alan’s website to purchase the books and for upcoming events! http://www.alancohen.com
 
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