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Jonathan Goldman
2ND Tuesday, 9am PT

Who Is Jonathan Goldman?

Jonathan Goldman is a writer, musician and teacher. He is an authority on sound healing and a pioneer in the field of harmonics. Jonathan is the author of HEALING SOUNDS: The Power of Harmonics,(Inner Traditions), THE 7 SECRETS OF SOUND HEALING (Hay House), SHIFTING FREQUENCIES (Light Technology) , CHAKRA FREQUENCIES (Inner Traditions), co-authored with his wife Andi, and his latest, THE DIVINE NAME: The Sound That Can Change the World (Hay House), winner of the 2011 Visionary Award for “Best Healing Book”. He has studied with masters of sound from both the scientific and spiritual traditions, including the Dalai Lama’s Chanting Gyuto and Gyume Monks and has been empowered by the Chant Master of the Drepung Loseling Monastery to teach Tibetan Overtone Chanting. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Film Making from Boston University and a Master’s Degree in the Independent Study on Sound Healing from Lesley College. He is a lecturing member of the International Society for Music and Medicine. In Spring 2011, Jonathan was named as one of Watkin’s Reviews “100 Most Spiritually Influential People on the Planet.”

Jonathan is the director of the Sound Healers Association; the original organization dedicated to the education and awareness of sound and music for healing. He is also president of Spirit Music, which produces music for meditation, relaxation and self-transformation. Jonathan has created numerous cutting edge, best selling recordings including: “Chakra Chants” won the 1999 Visionary Awards for “Best Healing-Meditation Album” and “Album of the Year”, “2012: Ascension Harmonics” winner of the Visionary Award for “Best Healing-Meditation” in 2010. Other highly acclaimed award winning albums: “The Lost Chord”, “The Divine Name” (co-created with Gregg Braden), “Reiki Chants”, “ChakraDance”, “Ultimate Om”, “Holy Harmony”, “Crystal Bowls Chakra Chants”. His latest album include: “2013: Ecstatic Sonics”, “Chakra/Brainwave Harmonizer” and “Cosmic Hum”. His collaboration with Tibetan Chant Master Lama Tashi “Tibetan Master Chants” was been nominated for a 2006 Grammy Award for “Best Traditional World Music”. His overtone chanting is heard on Kitaro’s 2001 Grammy Award winning album.

Jonathan has written numerous articles on the therapeutic and transformational uses of sound and music, which have appeared in many national publications. He has also contributed chapters and interviews to many books, including: MUSIC MEDICINE, SONIC ALCHEMY, MUSIC: PHYSICIAN FOR TIMES TO COME and HEALING SPIRITS. Jonathan’s work has been cited in many books, including Julia Cameron’s VEIN OF GOLD. The McGraw-Hill college text, MUSIC IN OUR WORLD, has a chapter on Jonathan’s recording of “Dolphin Dreams”. In DA VINCI DECODED, Jonathan’s CD “Chakra Chants” is listed as the #1 Selection on the “Top Ten Spiritual Playlist”.

An internationally acknowledge Master Teacher, Jonathan facilitates Healing Sounds Seminars at universities, hospitals, holistic health centers and expos throughout the United States and Europe. He has appeared on national television and radio, including Art Bell’s “Coast to Coast AM” and has been featured in national periodicals including “USA Today” and “The New York Times”. His annual Healing Sounds Intensive attracts participants from throughout the world.

Jonathan's Website: www.healingsounds.com

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21 Unseen Blessings of Being Mindful

by Guy Finley -
Radio Host of  "Letting Go"
Tuesdays, 6pm PT

Making mistakes in life is one of its inevitabilities, as it's impossible to transcend any individual limitation without first agreeing to meet it. Such encounters are the path we must walk if our wish is to fulfill whatever may be our Divinely dispensed possibilities. However, the more awake we can be, the more mindful of the whole of ourselves we are before we start moving toward any aim in life, the less likely we are to find ourselves feeling stressed, angry, or fearful over where we end up.

Use the following twenty-one unseen blessings of being mindful to help you realize just how nice it would be to see a pit before you fall into it!
1. If I were mindful, I would never be in a rush...even if I had to move quickly.
2. If I were mindful, I couldn't leave a mess behind me, let alone create one for someone else to clean up.
3. If I were mindful, I couldn't be tempted into making the same mistake repeatedly, let alone believe in the sense of regret that always follows.
4. If I were mindful, I wouldn't have to talk to myself for any reason, let alone explain or justify myself for whatever may have just happened.
5. If I were mindful, I could never say something cruel to anyone, anywhere, for any reason.
6. If I were mindful, I would never judge those around me, let alone myself.
7. If I were mindful, I would be consciously aware of anything I take into myself... whether some kind of food, my own thoughts and feelings, or the emanations of others.
8. If I were mindful, I would lose all fascination with talking about myself.
9. If I were mindful, I would know - without having to think about it - the general, if not the specific inner state of anyone around me.
10. If I were mindful, I could never be made to act impulsively.
11. If I were mindful, I would have no need, whatsoever, to put on any kind of pretense.
12. If I were mindful, I would be able to use the negative manifestation of others for a highly positive purpose.
13. If I were mindful, I would know the difference between wants and needs.
14. If I were mindful, I couldn't be brought to blame any other person for my pain.
15. If I were mindful, I would know the difference between useful and useless conversations.
16. If I were mindful, I would never embrace, let alone be convinced to hang on to a fear or worry.
17. If I were mindful, I could listen to others without having to inject something about myself.
18. If I were mindful, neither the imagined joy, nor the sorrow of some tomorrow would hold any attraction for me.
19. If I were mindful, I wouldn't misplace things, let alone my sense of self.
20. If I were mindful, there would be no interest in - or need for - psychologically defending myself.
21. If I were mindful, I would enjoy an effortless sense of gratitude and reverence for life.

So the question is: Given these 21 blessings of being mindful...why in the name of all that is Good, Holy, and Divine do we not place being mindful before all other pursuits? And shouldn't we dedicate our lives to being as perfectly mindful as it is possible for us to be? Answer these two questions in the affirmative, act accordingly, and all unseen blessings will be yours. To ignore them is to turn your back on yourself and - with your inner eyes thus closed - to walk in ever-smaller circles, going nowhere but down.

Guy Finley is an internationally renowned spiritual teacher and bestselling self-help author. He is the Founder and Director of Life of Learning Foundation, a nonprofit center for transcendent self-study located in Merlin, Oregon. He also hosts the Foundation's Wisdom School - an online self-discovery program for seekers of higher self-knowledge. Guy livestreams two free talks a week. Each talk is followed by an open Q&A session. To register visit www.guyfinley.org/online.


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Kindred Spirits
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Author of the internationally acclaimed Medicine Woman Series, Lynn V Andrews has spent the last 30 years studying with shamanic women on three continents. This best selling author shares her ancient teachings of shamanic training. Lynn brings spiritual tools and compelling techniques for healing from the spiritual realm to the modern everyday physical world. Her techniques use the power of thought to take you beyond self limitation to other realities.

Considered a preeminent teacher in the field of personal development, Lynn Andrews is a 21st Century shaman whose words reflect her path - a path of heart. She teaches and shows people how to live a life that is truly balanced, with one foot in the physical and one in the spiritual.


Driving Health Hazards
by Linda Mackenzie, C.ht., P.hd. (c)

Did you know that there are health hazards in driving? I'm not talking about accidents. I'm talking about the stress placed on your mind and body that occurs with road rage, eye fatigue and nightblindness, and road fatigue. Here is some information on these health hazards:

All over America drivers are being punished by road rage. This compounds the problem by producing road rage in the attacked driver. Road rage retaliation tactics run from yelling and inappropriate gestures to deliberate braking and using a car as a weapon. There have even been reports of physical fights and death by shooting. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, violent incidents between drivers have increased 51% since 1990. It is so much of a problem, that at least nine states have considered raising penalties for aggressive drivers and insurance companies are devising ways to deny aggressive drivers insurance. The results of road rage include making driving uncomfortable, impeding traffic flow, creating traffic jams and accidents.

The cause of road rage can be found within four levels of stress (environmental, nutritional, emotional and physical) that affect how we, look, think and feel. Some of the possible factors involved are:

Environmental Stress:
- too much traffic
- inadequate lanes and highways
- too many accidents
- traffic jams.
- poisonous toxins emitted by cars (e.g., carbon monoxide and lead). People inhale these poisonous fumes on the road which affect the body and contributes to road rage.

Nutritional Stress
- improper/inadequate nutrients which affect proper working of the mind and body.
- poor diet which may cause nutrient deficiency
- too much sugar, artificial colorings, preservatives, alcohol, caffeine, msg which may cause body imbalance and irritability.

Physical Stress
- illness
- backaches
- headaches
- side effects of prescription, over the counter and recreational drugs that may have side effects of drowsiness which reduces alertness

Emotional Stress
- negative emotions (e.g., frustration, anger)
- watching and absorbing bad driving behavior from parents, movies, and commercials
- Increased stress in daily life. With too much stress people feel they are losing control. The car is a powerful obedient tool, associated with a driver's emotional ego, and sometimes status. The car gives the driver a direct way to control their environment so that they feel they are gaining some control over their lives.

Studies of people who experience road rage found there are particular factors that lead to road rage. These factors occur when another driver: uses swearing or name calling, comes to a rolling stop, speeds,
doesn't signal when changing lanes, makes an illegal turn, follows too closely, goes through a red light and
fails to yield.

Positive ways to handle road rage are:
- Use positive thought & action
- Remember people make mistakes. In human activity there is a 4-10% average chance of mistake.
- Practice safe driving
- Acquire a supportive driving philosophy
- Don't challenge aggressive drivers
- Avoid aggressive drivers and report them to your traffic authorities
- Be physically fit and able to drive
- Reduce the stress in your daily life with exercise, meditation, deep breathing, reading or hobbies
- Eat properly and get enough rest
- Take supportive vitamins, minerals, and nutrients


When driving, eyestrain, eye fatigue and nightblindness can produce confusion, hesitation and decreased alertness when driving. This can contribute to traffic accidents, road rage in other drivers, and sometimes death. Some possible causes of eye strain, eye fatigue and nightblindness can be contributed to:
- aging
- using eyes intently for hours, without rest, in an enclosed space
- poor diet
- improper nutrients
- fatigue
- incorrect vision correction (e.g., wearing improper lenses).

Some of the symptoms of eyestrain, eye fatigue and poor vision are: inability to focus well, redness, tearing,
itchiness, swelling, burning, blurred vision, sensitivity to glare, headaches, decreased concentration,
difficulty adjusting to light, worsening nearsightedness, combination of nicotine, sugar, and caffeine may temporarily affect vision.

Positive ways to handle eyestrain, eye fatigue and poor night vision are:
Take proper eye supporting nutrients (e.g., bilberry, zinc, lutein, lycopene, Vitamin A)
- Take a 10 minute rest. Lie down, close your eyes and place a cold compress on your eyes.
- Take frequent breaks
- Pull over for a moment and focus on something in the distance
- Try to control glare with antireflective coating on your glasses and windshield
- Keep your glasses and windshield clean
- Remove contacts after 24 hours
- Have regular eye exams
- Eat a proper diet (include broccoli, cabbage, carrots, green vegetables, sunflower seeds; avoid sugar)
- Get proper rest

Fatigue is a symptom and not a disorder. We can go back to the 4 stresses and take a look at how they contribute to road fatigue.

Environmental Stress:
- Poisonous toxins emitted by cars (e.g., carbon monoxide and lead). People inhale these poisonous fumes on the road which affect the body.
- Inside pollutants (e.g. prescription and over-the-counter drugs, alcohol, sugar, wheat, dairy products artificial coloring, preservatives)
- Too much traffic
- Inadequate lanes and highways
- Long, monotonous highway driving

Nutritional Stress:

- Improper/inadequate nutrients which affect proper working of the mind and body
- Inadequate diet which may cause nutrient deficiency

Physical Stress:

- Illness (e.g., colds, flu, hypothyroidism)
- food allergies
- mold allergies
- driving too long without a break

Emotional Stress:

- negative emotions (e.g., depression, boredom, anxiety)
- overworking
- stress

Positive ways to handle road fatigue:
Keep alert with music, talking, playing games on the road.
- Take a break, stop driving when you are over tired.
- Get adequate rest.
- Plan long trips with interesting stops along the way.
- Allow enough time for rest stops.
- Eat a proper diet including fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, grains, seeds, and nuts.
- Avoid energy robbing foods like sugar, alcohol, fats, white flour, processed foods.
- Get regular exercise.
- Take supportive vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.
- Keep a positive attitude.


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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FEATURE CHART: Aromatherapy

By using, or combining, certain plant oils the 'Aroma' can become a 'Therapy' to relieve mental and physical discomfits. Here are some of the basic ones...

stress due to depression, sadness, anxiety, palpitations, insomnia, immune deficiency
m, b, p, i, v
sensual stimulant, anxiety, depression
b, i
digestion,memory, congestion, nausea, purification, muscle & joint pain, mental fatigue
m, b, me, i, v
congestion, respiratory
b, i
anxiety, emotional trauma, impatience, grief, confusion, sensual stimulant, heart sorrow
m, b, p
mental fatigue, memory, arthritis, congestion, aches & pain, immune deficiency
m, b, v, i
depression, cramps, throat infections, larygitis, spiritual purification
m, b, p, v, i
stress, fear, insecurity, laryngitis, urinary infections, throat infections
m, b, i, v, me
spiritual protection
b, i
Tea Tree
burns, insect bites, athlete's foot, ringworm, thrush, cystitis, nail infections
m, me
muscle strains
m, b, i
Ylang Ylang
depression, anger, impotence, frigidy, palpitations, hypertension
m, b, p, i, v
m=Massage   b=bath   v=vaporizer   i=inhalation   p=perfume   me=medicine

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The HealthyLife.net
Recipe of the Month

Gluten-Free Potato Pancakes
by Ashley Davis

" 2 Russet potatoes, peeled and shredded on a wide grater
" 1 tablespoon garlic, finely minced
" 1/4 cup green onions finely sliced
" 1/8 cup corn starch
" Kosher salt and cracked black pepper to taste (try 1/2 teaspoon of each, to start)

Directions: Heat oven to 425 degrees F. Peel the two potatoes, then using a grater shred them into medium-to-larger shreds. Put the grated potatoes into paper towels and squeeze as much water out of them as you can. Then go back again and wring out more. When they are as dry, place them in a large bowl. Add other ingredients. Mix well and form the potato mixture into little 1 inch cakes, about the circumference of a good coffee mug.Turn on stove to high heat. Put two tablespoons of olive oil in the skillet and turn down to medium-high heat. Add the potato cakes. After a minute or two or when the underside of potato cake has browned, flip the cakes over and brown the other side for one minute more. Immediately place the skillet in the oven and cook for ten minutes or until they are browned.

Ashley Davis, an internationally recognized recording artist and songwriter has collaborated with many musical luminaries. Ashley received and invitation to teach world music songwriting for Grammy camps around the country. www.daisyrings.com


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