May 28, 2013


Around the Web, Around the World

"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Why isn't my Shamanic Healing Working?

Shamanic healing allows us to get to the source of a problem or disease when that source lies outside of the purely physical or mental realms. When shamanic healing works it can feel like a miracle, but that doesn't mean that it is a miracle. Shamanic healing works for very practical reasons that follow the logical flow of energy, emotion, and spirit. "Shamanic healing is not a magic bullet," explains host and shaman, Christina Pratt. "It will not do for you any of the aspects of healing that you must do for yourself. And there will always be aspects you must do for your self." Join us as we explore how we know when we need to call on shamanic healing, when we need to reach out to another modality for help, and when we must do the one thing we don't want to do-hitch up our britches and take the actions only we can take to become the version of our self who is well.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Awake in the DREAM with Laura Eisenhower and Dr. DREAM

Awake in the DREAM Radio with Ron Garner

Laura Eisenhower and Dr. DREAM are pleased to bring YOU; Awake in the DREAM Radio, our next guest is Ron Garner, from the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure.

In addition, we will have an update from Scott Stevens from on the Oklahoma tornadoes and other "manufactured weather".

Tue, May 28, 2013 09:00 pm Eastern

Just Energy Radio

Treknology: Star Trek & Beyond & Conscious Parenting

Justin McLachlan
Treknology: Star Trek & Beyond
Justin McLachlan is a writer in Washington, D.C. His work has appeared in Wired, Popular Science, San Diego Citybeat and, among others and Treknology: Star Trek Tech 300 Years Ahead of the Future , is his first non-fiction book. He's also the author of the science fiction Station One series: Time Up, This Time Around and the forthcoming Time and Again and the creator of Sight, a web series now in preproduction and based on his short story, Superhero. More ...

Tricia Kelly
Conscious Parenting
Inspirational writer Tricia Kelly  will be speaking about her new non-fiction book, New Energy Parenting, and how to be a conscious parent during these elevated times. Tricia is also an author of two highly endorsed novels, about her own amazing experiences, with over thirty years of spiritual, metaphysical and personal experiences. Tricia manages to entwine this information within her novels in a playful way that keeps the audiences attention as to what is possible, and indeed happens. More ... 

Thursday From 7-9pm CST ~ 05/30/13

Awake: Now What?

Wallace Lossing, Hypnotherapy, Cranial Sacral

Wallace W. Lossing is a worldwide speaker, presenter and practitioner with 40 years of experience in healing and innovative intervention. He provides hypnotherapy, cranial sacral therapy and spiritual physical healing.

He is also a certified hypnotherapist, and can offer:

* relief from depression
* release of negativity, anxiety and chronic pain
* aquatic healing
* smoking cessation and
* "take it off, keep it off weight loss"

We'll discuss Moms with troubled pasts (physical, sexual or emotional abuse during childhood) often fear their issues will obstruct their ability to parent effectively. Mr. Lossing will examine new, non-conforming ways of achieving a healthy spirit, mind and body. He will share share techniques on gaining success in these three areas, at the same time (since many women gain control over one area, but forget, or become overwhelmed with handling the others).

Lastly, the audience will learn how to maintain control -- one of the hardest things for women with troubled pasts to do -- as well as what to do if they ever lose it.

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Sun, Jun 2, 2013, 06:00 pm Eastern

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