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  • Archived Episodes (43)
  • 01:30

    Infinite Possibilities: Experiencing Complete Freedom with Jeff Gignac

    in Health

    One of the reasons why I love April is because my healer colleague and friend, Jeffrey Gignac offers a sale each year. It is an opportunity for my tribe to receive the benefits of the Life Response Frequencies at a heavily discounted rate.
    I bought Life Response Frequencies a long time ago, and I still use them to this day!
    Jeff is taking $100 off and bundling up the Energetic Support Services (monthly subscription to get weekly healings from his Guide Group based on your written intentions, live healing events, and sound healing sessions for 12 months) for just $22! 
    During this episode, Jeff tells us where Life Response Frequencies came from, why he is not the guardian of these frequencies, and why he got the nudge to uplevel it to include new frequencies, including the Field of Infinite Possibilities. 
    Tune in to learn:
    How to harmonize with the Field of Infinite Possibilities and its gifts of complete freedom How balancing your “Four Wheels of Life” to ease suffering “The Secret Skill” of success and happiness How Divine Completion sets the stage for immense growth in your life This is a once-a-year sale, and each time, it’s a bit different. He also has an additional bonus called Mindfulness Bliss - a brilliant way to teach someone how to meditate based on their own personality and energy.
    For first dibs on the Life Response Frequencies: Infinite Possibilities Edition, visit Use coupon code LRF2022 for $100 off. This offer ends on 6/1/2022.

  • 00:26

    Coming Home to Yourself to Heal

    in Health

    In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom continues his discussion with film producer Dana Croschere.  She described how the commission to do the film came at a key turning point in her journey through chronic pain.  Besides her own story, the film features others on their journey as well as interviews with experts. During the process of making the film she learned the importance of having love and self-compassion for yourself; becoming aware of and identifying what you are experiencing and feeling in the moment; and processing things you haven’t before. These insights helped her heal and thrive.
    Dana Croschere’s journey is an inspirational one, full of many obstacles including two unsuccessful spine surgeries in 2020. While still experiencing some level of chronic pain most days, Dana has been able to harness the power of her mind to accomplish things she once thought impossible. She now greets each day with a smile as she works hard to spread the message of LOVE HEALS, a documentary that she not only produced but is featured in as the main character.

  • 01:24

    Lost Arts Radio Show #383 - Special Guest Bart Sibrel

    in Health

    I can remember clearly back in 1969, when I was a university student, the excitement of the successful Apollo 11 moon mission. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the surface of the moon for about two hours. This marked the United States taking the lead over the Soviet Union in the "space race," during the prolonged international conflict known as the Cold War. It also fulfilled a promise made by President John F. Kennedy before he was killed, that the United States was committed to landing a man on the moon before the end of the 1960's, and returning him safely to Earth. Fifty-three years ago, there was no public internet and a far more naïve and trusting population, tending to believe whatever the television and newspaper reporters said was true.
    Now the situation is different. The long track record of lies, elaborate deception, theft, and mass murder on the part of governments, often in partnership with global corporations, has made a large and increasing percentage of the public aware that media and those in positions of power cannot be trusted to tell the truth, especially about matters of great importance. They want us to forget that real science says "question everything." But not everyone has forgotten.
    Bart Sibrel ( is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and investigative journalist, who has been producing television programs, documentaries, music videos, TV commercials, and stage plays for over thirty-five years, starting at the age of eighteen, hosting his own television talk show. Bart is one of those who has not forgotten. He noticed anomalies in the moon landing story, and applied his skills as an investigative journalist to find out the truth. The amazing story of what he uncovered is told in his book Moon Man. The conclusion he came to, that the moon landing never happened, is very convincing.

  • 00:36

    A Novel Approach for Reducing Stress that Fuels Parkinson's Symptoms

    in Health

    Lilian Sjøberg is a Danish coach and trouble shooter, good at seeing patterns, with a masters in biology. For five years, she has collected knowledge about how people around the world get better from chronic diseases, such as Parkinson's Disease, and coached people to get better by reducing stress. Her mission is to spread self-help tools and accessible therapies to all people with symptoms, stress, and diagnoses.
    Lilian has created her online HOPE-shortcut programme, based on this knowledge and experience, which currently consists of a stress test, practical course and coaching sessions:
    H: get new hope – you can get better, learn a new way of thinking about symptoms;
    O: observe your symptoms – so you know if your symptoms are decreasing or not -  notice the variation and be aware of which situations that make your symptoms flare up;
    P: pacify your symptoms, learn about the 4 main strategies that people around the world use to reduce symptoms;
    E: engage yourself – get extra motivation to start the journey to better health and be persistent;

  • 01:05

    Balancing Biological Energy Systems with BioGeometry®

    in Health

    The youngest of the Karim children, Doreya Karim grew up with BioGeometry. Today, Doreya is the managing director of BioGeometry Energy Systems Ltd., where she heads numerous BioGeometry projects and is a vital player of the BioGeometry research and development team, which aims to reduce all forms of environmental stress on biological systems. 
    Doreya has been working directly under Dr. Ibrahim Karim for more than nine years and has had the opportunity to gain experience in applying BioGeometry in numerous fields such as regional environmental electro-smog solutions, architecture and industrial design, music, animal farming and agriculture and serves as co-director of the design department. 
    Doreya is a Building Biology Environmental Consultant (BBEC), with degrees in both Psychology and Graphic Design. Doreya has lectured and taught in over 8 countries, having given over 40 BioGeometry trainings. In 2018, Doreya was selected as a "She's Mercedes" recognizing empowering women in Egypt.
    More about Doreya Karim & Biogeometry

  • 01:03

    Healing the Scars of Your Bullied Brain with Author Jennifer Fraser

    in Health

    Why do we say we have zero tolerance for bullying, but adult society is rife with it and it is an epidemic among children?
    Because the injuries that all forms of bullying and abuse do to brains are invisible. We ignore them, fail to heal them, and they become cyclical and systemic.
    In today's guest, Jennifer Fraser's book The Bullied Brain, readers learn about the evidence doctors, psychiatrists, neuropsychologists and neuroscientists have gathered, that shows the harm done by bullying and abuse to your brain, and how you can be empowered to protect yourself and all others.
    Jennifer Fraser  earned her PhD from University of Toronto in Comparative Literature. Her first book Rite of Passage in the Narratives of Dante and Joyce explores the way in which individuals transform from readers to writers of culture. Her second book Be A Good Soldier: Children's Grief in Modernist English Novels looks at pedagogical beliefs about children and the ways in which they fuel aggression and war. She has written three plays that focus on contemporary suffering: Distortion, Aristotle's Poetics, and Wakeful Sleeper. They're with the Playwright's Guild of Canada. Her third book Teaching Bullies takes lived experience with an abuse crisis and puts it into the context of psychology, psychiatry, education, law, and neuroscience. What's being discovered in neuroscientific labs across the world has the power to change how we understand our brains and lives. This empowering research infuses her latest book The Bullied Brain: Heal Your Scars and Restore Your Health. She also writes thrillers. For fun, check out Crush (a wine thriller) and Royal Dispatch which is about Queen Elizabeth II's dangerous trip to Canada in the 1950s (yes, it's fiction).

  • 00:55

    DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: A Wife Shares Her Journey Caring For Her Husband

    in Caregiving

    Our Host, Lori La Bey will be talking with author Veronika Zyss began writing after her husband's death. At first, it was to make sense of her feelings. Her book, DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: A JOURNEY THROUGH END STAGE DEMENTIA turned out to be very cathartic for her. Expressing her feelings, coming to terms with them, she thought she might help others. Since then, her book has been endorsed, published globally, and she has appeared on Alzheimer's podcast and as a guest author.
    Contact Veronika Zyss
    Book:  DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: A JOURNEY THROUGH END STAGE DEMENTIA 2021 edition by Veronika Zyss    
    Contact Lori La Bey or at
    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sounds news, not just sound bites since 2011.

  • 00:50

    Horse Thursday 5-5-22

    in Health

    Please call in with your horse questions, comments, and testimonials.
    With Cindy Schellenberg, Tiff Schutt, and Raini Hale.

  • 00:30

    Meet Drs. Aronne & Saunders @WeillCornell Medicine @ljaronne @Intellihealth1

    in Health

    On PopHealth Week, our guests are Weill Cornell Medicine faculty: Dr. Louis Aronne and Dr. Katherine Saunders, co-founders of Intellihealth, a company fighting the global obesity epidemic.
    They also host the podcast Weight Matters. Louis J. Aronne, MD, FACP is the Director, Comprehensive Weight Control Center, Weill Cornell Medicine and Past Chairman, American Board of Obesity Medicine. Katherine H. Saunders, MD, DABOM is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and an Assistant Attending Physician at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
    Do follow their work on Twitter via @ljaronne and @Intellihealth1 and on the web at Comptehensive Weight Control Center or at Intellihealth.

  • 00:38

    Different Ways to Watch Out for Elder Abuse, Elder Lawyer, Candace Dellacona

    in Caregiving

    Join Dave Nassaney and Adrienne Gruberg as they interview, Candace Dellacona, who has been an elder care attorney for the last twenty years. Her practice is concentrated in elder law, tax planning, trusts and estates, and advocacy, including public benefits law. She also has a keen interest in non-profit law and social justice issues.

  • 00:19

    My HD Story

    in Health

    Karen Anderson, MD, is a psychiatrist specializing in neuropsychiatry, and director of the Huntington’s Disease Care, Education and Research Center at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. Dr. Anderson sees adult patients and families dealing with behavioral symptoms caused by neurological conditions such as Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and brain injuries. She is also an associate professor of psychiatry and neurology at Georgetown University Medical Center. In addition to seeing patients and their families, Dr. Anderson is active in research. She’s currently the co-principal investigator on a clinical trial studying a medication to treat Huntington’s disease, and another studying a medication for tardive dyskinesia, a neurological disorder. Dr. Anderson is also involved in research to develop treatment for the behavioral symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, brain injury and Alzheimer’s disease.
    Jody Goldstein formally joined the staff of the HSG in March 2020. Her expertise in study start up (protocol and consent development), innovative patient recruitment and clinical trial site education has led to the successful initiation and implementation of over 15 HSG HD clinical trials. She has served as a member of the HSG Executive Committee, Project Aware Committee, HD Communication Committee and the HSG’s Executive Coordinator Council. Jody brings over 20 years’ experience dedicated to the clinical care of HD patients and families and HD research. To sign up and participate, please visit: