Passionate about the liberation and wholeness of all Beings, Adama speaks to the issues of resurrection, qualifying for continued existence and true personal empowerment; her messages reach deep into the hearts, minds and lives of all who listen. Inspirational, informational and providing much needed life-support. Adama encourages her listeners with love to consciously apply themselves to stepping wholeheartedly upon the path of light through the path of exaltation through purification and consistent re commitment to the Laws of Existence.
Our two guests today have one major thing in common. They are working to nudge people past old boundaries, encouraging them to see things from a fresh perspective.
Dr. Jennifer Burns, MND - I started my battle with IBS about 20 years ago. At first I noticed that the symptoms would come up only when I was stressed, but then my symptoms got worse to the point that I was having to look for the bathroom where ever I went. It was always the first thing I looked for whenever I walked into any building. I even had colon spasms that lasted for 6 hours or more. I tried all sorts or prescriptions and I jumped from one doctor to the next. Nothing was working for me.
The Debut Show for, The Truth About Stem Cells with Don Margolis, on BBS Radio!
He will tell you what to look out for, and how to get one of the few competent stem cell doctors to look at your case. He will have guest doctors every other week and, of course, he will take your calls.
Debut of Cosmic LOVE show
"In the beginning, God geometrized."
-ancient Hermetic wisdom
"In the end, we become what we geometrize."
- modern GeoNotes wisdom
Your Poultry news source - informative and highly entertaining. If you want to know how a chicken thinks, stop talking to the turkeys and listen to the Chicken Whisperer. He will rile your feathers while tending your flock, all the while hypnotizing your chickens and garnishing your plate.
with Joe Barber the Florida Chicken Whisperer
People often need to be surrounded by a circle of love as they age. They might benefit from the support of caregivers. And medical attention can be essential. But these simple statements bring to the fore more questions than they answer. Who supports the caregiver? What type of support do they need? And while it is certain that older people, as is the case with virtually everybody else, require medical care some things are much less clear. Precisely what form should this care assume? Do they need care that differs from that delivered to people in other age groupings?