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  Mary Louise Muller M.Ed., RCST, RPP: Healing thoughts for the Gulf
Dr. Masaru Emoto is the scientist from Japan who has done all the research and publications about the characteristics of water. Among other things, his research revealed that water physically responds to emotions. Many people have the predominantly angry emotion when we consider what is happening in the Gulf.


  Guest Presenter: To All People Around the World
Please send your prayers of love and gratitude to water at the nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan!


  Stephen McGhee: Be the President of Your Own Life
Your life is not ruled by who is in the Oval Office. Take 5 minutes and see your life perspective challenged and changed... for the better!


  Perpetuum Jazzile: From Slovenia! Listen with Pleasure
We are all truly connected... enjoy this beautiful version of Toto's 1980's hit performed by the beautiful jazz choir, Perpetuum Jazzile from Slovenia. Listen with Pleasure!


  Max Simon: The world is in chaos. What do you do?
"You can't solve the problems of the world from the same state of consciousness that created them." I whole-heartedly agree, and with that in mind, this is my challenge to you...


  Barbara R. Metzler: Kids Turn Passion into Action
Barbara Metzler, Author of Passionaries shares inspiring stories of how kids can change the world - one person at a time.


  Dr. Ray Angelini: Opportunities Abound Even in a Recession
The Chinese word for crisis consists of two symbols, one meaning “danger” and the other “opportunity.” When we are confronted with tough economic times, we have basically two choices.


  Barbara R. Metzler: Making a Difference in the World - Can You?
Barbara Metzler, Author of Passionaries shares some inspiring stories how every day people can change the world - one person at a time.


  Judy Martin: What is a Work Life Nation?
We’re more connected, and our workplace is evolving, entrepreneurs abound and many work from home. Be it baby boomer, Gen X or Gen Y, many thirst for more meaningful work, but demand more family and me time. The lines have blurred in the quest for success, serenity and significance in our worklife.


  Phil & EJ Kinnison: Come Sail Away!
Visual imagery is one of the most profound ways to transport your mind, heart and spirit into a different place. Take one minute to escape to Puerto Vallarta on the Brier Patch Sailing Yacht and feel the wind in your hair!


  Mary Delmege: Resolving Conflict in a Fair and Practical Way
Learn tools to help resolve disputes in ongoing relationships such as co-workers, neighbors and family members. Join Mediator, Mary Delmege, as she discusses ways to live more peacefully together.


  Shawn M. Talbott, Ph.D.: Depressed in America?
Our impressions of ourselves and our neighbors come from personal experience. Our impressions of the nation as a whole come from the media and from political blather, both of which exaggerate the negative.