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HOST OF THE MONTH:
 
Shahi Soliman, MD

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4th Thursday ea. Month., 9 a.m. PST

Each month we focus on one of our great hosts and here's some info about: Shahi Soliman, MD


Dr. Shahi Soliman


Who is Shahi Soliman, MD...

Dr. Shahinaz Soliman, M.D. has received countless academic awards, has written for numerous publications, and presented at many seminars throughout the United States.

Shahi was born in Cairo, Egypt and grew up pursuing her dreams of becoming a doctor and moving to the US. She graduated from Ein Shams University Faculty of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt in 1988 at the age of 2. She then finished her Pediatrics residency in 1992. She moved to the United States in 1992. Shortly after, she became a faculty member at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. There, she was appointed Assistant Professor, teaching subjects of Cardiovascular Pulmonary Diseases, Geriatrics, and Radiology. During her teaching career, she was voted Outstanding Faculty of the Year for seven years. In 1999, she finished her US medical certification examinations.

In 1999, moving to Southern CA she did extensive research for cancer patients at CHLA. In 2000, she began her residency program in Family Medicine at King Drew Medical Center and was elected the chief resident for her program, graduating with multiple honors on July 2003. At this time she also studied Cosmetic Dermatology for her elective rotations where she received multiple certifications.

She is an active staff member for both TMMC and LCM Hospital in Torrance, CA and holds active memberships with the AAFP & AMA. She has been the owner of the Soliman Care Family Practice Center since 2003.

In 2013 she co-founded a healthcare technology company Sphinx Medical Technologies Inc .The Company Mission is to create software to solve doctor’s day to day challenges and to improve patients satisfaction and access to their doctors.

Dr Soliman is also the creator and owner of Spare My Hair, which is a hair loss products to help the treatment of thinning hair, launched in March of 2015. She also loves art and painting.

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FEATURE ARTICLE
Transforming Painful Relationships
by Guy Finley -
Radio Host of "Guy Finley Live! "
3rd Tuesday every month, 9am PT

Q&A With Guy Finley

Pain, regardless of where or how it appears in our relationship, can either remain - as has been the case - the seed of a distress between us destined to flower into a mounting resentment. Or, we can choose to use this same pain consciously, transforming it into the seed of something altogether new, true, and beautiful: the birth of a new level of self-understanding - the realization of a higher order of love in us, and between us - that can never turn against itself or anyone else.

Find helpful insights for finding this new realization in the following Q&A.

Question: It feels like my partner and I have come to a dead-end in our relationship. I don't think he's aware of it, but I sure am. I do love him, but...I can't let go of an old resentment that always rears its ugly head anytime he acts out one particular part of his nature that I just can't stand. I've spoken to him about this, but he just doesn't see what I'm talking about. It seems he won't change, and I can't seem to drop my resentment. How can I break these chains?

Answer: Any growing feeling of resentment toward our partner begins with closing our eyes to just how similar is our own character to the one we judge in them. Here's a big hint: weakness always pounces on weakness. The end of feeling this kind of resentment comes with seeing the above as being true. In this same revelation is also the birth of compassion.
As far as your feeling of having reached the end of your road together, never forget the following: Nothing in the universe has the power to stop you and your partner from starting your relationship all over; nothing, that is, except for one thing: the temptation to identify with unconscious parts of yourself that want you to believe that the limit of your present understanding about your unwanted situation is the same as the limit of your possibilities to transcend it.

Question: First, I'll admit to being a little put off by some of your ideas about what it takes to be a more loving, considerate partner; however, I also have to admit that neither have my own ideas proven much use in the "better relationships department." So, I'm trying to be open to some of what you suggest, but there's a very doubtful voice in me saying, "What's the use? You don't have what it takes to make it to the end of this journey." I feel stuck, so any comments would be appreciated.

Answer: For one thing, it isn't your job to make it to the "end" of whatever you imagine is the "end" of love's possibilities, for love and its possibilities are endless, in every meaning of the word. So forget everything else but this: your job is just to take the first step, nothing more, nothing less. The rest happens naturally, as the illustration that follows makes clear.
Imagine a man trekking up a steep mountain path. All he sees ahead of him is what looks too hard for him to climb. But he takes one step at a time until - with what feels like the last step he can take - he summits a small ledge. Waiting there for him, spread out before his grateful eyes, is a view so beautiful it almost moves him to tears. He's thankful he took that last step because, otherwise, he'd have never known such a place exists for anyone who will suffer the challenge it takes to reach it. All of his doubts, even his fatigue, fall away. He looks up, and can't help himself from wanting to climb higher.

The fact that there are real places like this, not just on some distant mountain, but also waiting for you in the depths of your heart, is why your lower nature speaks to you in disparaging tones; it wants to discourage you from embarking on your journey to know higher love. It senses, in some strange way, that even the smallest step you take in this upward direction is the same as walking away from its influence over you, and your relationship with the one you love. So, take that step, no matter how small, shaky, or uncertain. Take it. Let love prove to you that whatever it asks of you - no matter how impossible it may seem at the moment - it will provide you in your time of need.

Excerpted from Relationship Magic: Waking Up Together by Guy Finley.
©2018 Guy Finley   Used by permission from Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.

Guy Finley is the best-selling author of more than 40 books and audio albums on self-realization, including "The Secret of Letting Go," "The Essential Laws of Fearless Living," and his brand new book "The Secret of Your Immortal Self." He is the founder and director of Life of Learning Foundation, a nonprofit center for self-study located in southern Oregon where he gives talks four times each week. Guy is a faculty member at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York and is a regular expert contributor to Beliefnet and the Huffington Post. For more information and to download Guy's Free 60-minute MP3 seminar "Five Simple Steps to Make Yourself Fearless," and sign up to receive a free helpful newsletter each week. Visit http://www.GuyFinley.org/kit


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Natural Tips for Surgery: The Mind
by Linda Mackenzie, C.H.T., Ph.D.(c)

Having surgery, whether elective or unexpected, can be a traumatic experience but there are some natural things that you can do on a mind level that may aid your healing process and boost a better, positive outcome. Remember every body is different. Select the ways and methods that feel right for you.

Do Deal With Your Doctor:

Do remember that YOU are responsible for your body. No one knows your body better than you do. Your doctor is going by generalities but every body is different so don't give away your power to anyone. Take the responsibility of yourself. Here are some tips on how you can work WITH your doctor:

- Before having surgery ask your doctor the right questions: Why, How, What, When, Where; what
happens if I don't have surgery; are there other alternatives other than surgery; what are the risks and benefits; what % of these types of surgeries are successful; how long is the recovery period?

- Get at least one or two other medical opinions prior to having surgery.

- Tell your doctor about the medications, herbs and supplements you are taking. Most Western MDs are not familiar with alternative therapies, including herbs, but that does not mean they do not work.

- Consult with your doctor to see if you can have less invasive laproscopic surgery for your procedure.
- Ask about the risks and effects of anesthesia.

- Ask questions and do not apologize for asking questions. Remember you're paying the Doctor. He is working with you as a partner, not as a Medical Deity or your boss. Make a list of your questions prior, during and after each meeting with your doctor so you don't forget them and ask them!

- Be persistent and use caring assertiveness.

- Participate as much as you can in your healing process.

Do Deal with Your Emotions
Learning that you are going to have or getting surgery comes with its very own pack of emotions: denial, anger, bargaining, sadness and acceptance. Learning to cope and deal with this in positive ways can help your healing process. You are what you think - so for a positive outcome - THINK POSITIVE! Here are some of the emotions you may have to deal with and some suggestions on how to handle them:

- Denial or "Numbness": Look to balance your mind and work on looking at the real picture until you work your way into acceptance.

- Anger: acknowledge it, take an appropriate action (e.g., Punch a pillow, go into a room by yourself and scream, walk around the block, draw a picture) then let it go.

- Sadness- Let it out and cry, get support from friends, loved ones or a support group, start and write a your own healing journal, do artwork therapy, write a letter to yourself.

- Worry - is a useless emotion which accomplishes nothing and eats up your time. Time in which you can be doing something positive to help your healing process. When you get a "worry" thought acknowledge that you have it and let it go immediately.

- Change your emotions to positive ones like hope, joy and happiness.

- Make your Environment Happy. Bring your favorite personal pictures, paintings, music, flowers and plants, aromatherapy fragrances with you to the hospital or even spruce up your room at home.

- Avoid negative people and situations.

- Make a list of supportive people and groups in your life and use the list!

Nice To Use: Aromatherapy
Aromatherapy Oil Activity that aid, help or restore…
Rose, Lavender, Neroli, Bergamot, Chamomile Anxiety
Frankincense, Sandalwood Fear & Insecurity
Jasmine, Grapefruit, Neroli, Sage,
Ylang, Ylang Depression
Jasmine Lack of Confidence

Do Face Your Fears:
Once you get a clear picture from your doctor on what is going to happen to you before, during and after your surgical procedure you will have eliminated some of the fears. If other fears persist as to outcome, possible death, etc. remember a couple of things:

- The only thing to fear is fear itself. You are in God's hands and will be all right - no matter what. Even if death occurs remember that it is not the end, but a transition. There is life on the other side, so you really never die you pass over to a better place. So reconcile with your fear of death.

- You create your reality with your thoughts. So if you feel, know and trust that the outcome will be positive and that you will heal - YOU WILL.

- Positive Energy resonates to a higher energetic frequency than negative. Positive energy that can make you feel good and help you face your fears can be activated by thought. The higher frequencies correlate with the upper chakras (esoteric electrical energy centers in the body) starting with the heart chakra and up to the crown chakra. To activate these centers -BUZZ. That's right just buzz like a bee. You will be surprised as to how this works.

- Another helpful hint for fear is to BREATHE. Breathe in through the nose slowly and deeply and then breathe out with the mouth in a rhythmic pattern. This will immediately lower your pulse and heart rate and get you centered. Physically it activates the Vegas nerve which is the major quieting nerve in the body. The Vegas nerve starts at the base of the brain and branches out to the heart, lungs and intestinal track. By just breathing deeply it automatically quiets your body and centers you.

- Remember fear is your friend, not an enemy. Society teaches us that fear should be avoided but you can reprogram your mind to make fear a friend. You can always learn something you fear and once you learn it the fear usually doesn't come back.

- Remember there are 4 steps to managing fear and turning it into a positive emotion:
1) Acknowledge your fear;
2) Feel how the fear is affecting your body;
3) Think about and determine what the best action is and
4) Do the action. Putting off the action delays releasing the fear.

- Let go of your fear, ego, rigid goals, expectations, negative attitudes and negative feelings and replace them with to Living in the Moment, trust, hope, positive intention and attitudes and positive feelings.

Nice To Use: Bach Flower Remedies
Bach Flower Remedy Activity that aid, help or restore…
Rock Rose, Aspen, Cherry Plum Fear
Gentian, Cerato, Hornbeam Uncertainty
Crab Apple, Willow, Elm Despair
Rescue Remedy Stress

Do Deal with Stress
To help your healing process here are some helpful hints you can use to deal with stress before, during and after surgery:
- Use the POWER of Positive thought and positive intention
- Meditate
- Practice Relaxation for Rejuvenation
- Use Visualization or Self-Hypnosis. You can visualize a time when you were in perfect health and everything was going 100% right in your life. Then anytime you are having a stressful time go back to that place, visualize it and feel the joy and happiness.
- Listen to calming music
- Pamper yourself with a candlelit bath, etc.
- Use color therapy like soothing blues and greens.
- Take a 1 minute stress break. Close your eyes. Tell yourself you are going to be stressed for 1 minute and at the end of 1 minute you will be stress free. It works!
- Look in the mirror and use Positive Self-Talk to describe the outcome as you want it to be.
- Avoid using negative words like I can't, I won't, I shouldn't, I couldn't. Replace them with I can, I will, etc.
- Live in the Now, not the past or the future
- Don't try to control things
- Feel, trust and know things will be all right and they will

This information is intended for general information purposes only. Individuals with health problems should always seek their natural health care provider before administrating suggestions made above. Application of above methods is at the user's discretion and is totally their responsibility.

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Bach Flowers 1

A Holistic Flower Remedy for Emotional Problems

Problem Trait
Emotional Problem
Bach Flower Name:
Result
Apathy
Lack of Interest
Wild Rose
Interest
Complete Exhaustion
Lack of Interest
Olive
Peace of Mind
Deep Gloom
Lack of Interest
Mustard
Serenity
Dislikes Change
Oversensitivity
Walnut
Ability to Adjust
Extreme Anguish
Despair
Sweet Chestnut
Optimism
Extreme Fear
Fear
Rock Rose
Heroism
Guilt
Despair
Pine
Balanced Sense
Impatience
Loneliness
Impatiens
Understanding
Overenthusiasm
Overcaring
Vervain
Calmness
Pride
Loneliness
Water Violet
Tranquility
Procrastination
Uncertainity
Hornbeam
Face Problems
Resentment
Despair
Willow
Clears Mind/Body Tension
Sad About Illness
Despair
Oak
Hope, Courage
Self Denial
Overcaring
Rock Water
Experience Enjoyment
Trauma
Despair
Star of Bethlehem
Relief
Vacillation
Uncertainity
Scleranthus
Balance

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The HealthyLife.net
Recipe of the Month

Clam Sauce Linquini ala Linda

Clam Sauce Linquini ala Linda

Cooking Time: 8-10 minutes, 1-large skillet

1/2 cup virgin olive oil
2 cloves garlic (minced)
1/4 cup water
1 teaspoon fresh chopped parsley
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon coriander
1/4 teaspoon oregano
1/4 teaspoon basil
1 cup minced clams
Quinoa or brown rice linguini
Grated Romano goat or sheep's milk cheese to taste.

In a saucepan, cook linguine according to package directions.
Place the olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.
Add garlic and sauté until lightly brown.
Slowly stir in water.
Add parsley, salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, coriander, oregano and basil and cook 1 minute.
Add minced clams and cook 1- 2 minutes.
Drain cooked linguine and return to the saucepan. Pour minced clam sauce mixture from skillet over linguine in the saucepan. Add grated Romano cheese and toss lightly until evenly coated.
Serve hot.

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August: Dog Day Afternoons

August is filled with dog day afternoons...those hot, sleepy afternoons when dogs (and people) prefer to lay around and languish in the summer heat. Lemonade in hand, fan on high or lazing in a hammock under the trees... When you slow down and relax your body is rejuvenating, and sometimes even our minds get a rest. This is so important in these times especially with the negative effects and impacts all around us. So many people are choosing to leave the planet right now too. It is so important now to give respect, be kind and extend love to one another - no matter what our differences are. It's our job this August to help people up, keep their minds, bodies and spirits uplifted and not do things to keep them, and ultimately ourselves, down. Try to find some common ground so we can shift this planet to a more positive venue...Hence...hen the dog day afternoons arrive -- just go with it. Whatever is supposed to get done - will get done...so have a picnic, go to the beach or lake and have a swim, read a book - just relax (even just a little bit) so you can appreciate what each moment of this life is really giving you. People were getting so dour, that HealthyLife.net started a new Facebook group with tonque in cheek, funny and well, yes even sarcastic things to keep us laughing. To shock us into the present and out of the negative mire - if it's even for one moment it helps. So if you like wry humor and puns then join us there...here's the page link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/7652719305

Here are some of the special positive topics we have coming up this month. On Aug 2 at 9am PT catch Susan Weed's show and find out about Natural Sterols: Maca, Wild Yamc; DreamWorking is what you'll find on Emily Francis' show 11am Wed Aug 8; On Aug 9 9am PT find out how Cancer Patients Beat The Odds. On Aug 14, 12pm PT join James Bean to discover the Origins of Ekankar & the HU Chant. Aug 21 8am PT check out how to do a Liver Detox on the Linda Mackenzie Show. Astrology with Kristin Fontana and Zoe Moon; dream work wit Robert Moss - check our listing PLUSlearn how to 'agree to disagree' on Patti Conklin's show - THE REAL EDGE 10 am PT every Tuesday...it is FANTASTIC! ...and there is so much more. So join us!

HealthyLife.net wants to help you beat the heat with a positive attitude --please listen and so don't forget to tell your friends to listen in so we can start a domino effect of positive energy that can be felt around the world. We got you covered so you can listen your way! Catch us live or listen on-demand or as a podcast download for 3 months by Clicking the Podcast/Download Button on our home page or click here now.

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