Dr. April and Dr. Kelly discuss their thoughts on how comedy can bring people closer
We will be discussing the way Lorraine works as a Transformational Therapist and why past lives are so valuable to people in understanding their lives. She teaches classes around the world and you have a chance to hear some of her unusual stories. Join us.
MICHAEL DUNNING is known as the Yew Shaman. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, had a series of encounters with Elemental Spirits and near death experiences which led to visions, out of body and altered states of consciousness, as well as intense physical pain. His health was completely destroyed, but an encounter and long nine year apprenticeship with an ancient Yew Tree healed him, and taught and initiated him into the way of a Shaman. He now resides in the United States where he practices Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and teaches the wisdom of the Yew Tree.
PATRICK PINSON, of Mingo heritage and founder of Cedar Mountain Drums, shares his unique perspective on healing spiritual, emotional, and addiction issues with drumming and Play Therapy. After a profound Vision Quest experience, he began making drums. He had been a Gestalt Therapist, a stockbroker, fundraiser, and Play Therapist. After two years of drum making and drumming circle experience, he realized that his true path was in helping people through the power of the drum.
Sound Healing is an effective and proven modality. Sound is a type of energy medicine that uses vibrational sound to help reduce stress, alter consciousness and create a deep sense of peace, well being and better health. Through the current flourishing of research in the field, today the ancient art of sound healing is rapidly developing into a new and honored science. Today my guest are Regina Murphy and Richard Plunkett from The secrets of sound therapy will be discussing the benefits of this therapy and how it works.
Numerous studies have been conducted in recent years specific to sound therapy used for babies. The results show that certain sounds create a calming effect and bring balance. Sound is the first sense to develop fully. The fetus ear is ready to perceive sound at 4 1/2 months, therefore we must give special care and attention to this stage. My guest Regina Murphy of http://emotionalsoundtechniques.com/ and Heather Clarke, will share with us insights into the developmental stages from utero to childhood.