Mike Robbins, a former professional baseball player whose career was ended with an injury to his pitching arm in the middle of his third season, Focus on the Good Stuff is a conversation filled with passion, authenticity, and humor. This interview offers a step-by-step way for overcoming negative influence and obstacles, creating a truly grateful approach to life, and establishing an environment that can support success and peace of mind.
Chris Morris is an internationally recognized naturopathic physician, author, cleric and business leader. Realizing that he wanted to find a way to serve humanity in a more profound way, Chris entered the field of alternative medicine in 1983 after a career as a professional athlete and business executive.
Chris brings a unique perspective to healing and personal growth with his degree in mathematics and physics along with his 30 year study of metaphysics and personal development.
Chris will talk about moving from a linear model of healing to a heart model – following the flow of nature and eating with nature for wellness. Another important Health Notes Conversation.
“With the dramatic increase in prescription opioid abuse, managing pain and addiction—particularly for people in recovery—has become a major medical issue in our society. Mel Pohl is addiction medicine’s leader in this complex area. He has provided guidelines that improve clinical outcomes and decrease consequences for these multi-problem patients. This conversation will be valuable in understanding this complex issue of pain and addiction.”
What happens when the deep dark secrets of past emotional and physical traumas resurface as physical manifestations like migraine headaches, undiagnosable fainting spells, chronic constipation, and even cancer? Body Talk NEVER Lies shares case histories detailing the mind-body connection after performing more than 60,000 therapies. Body Talk Never LIes is sure to leave an embossed memory with the listener just as do the subconscious events that haunt each of us – possibly one of the case reports shared will resonate with situations in your life!
Dr. William Davis talks about his important book Wheat Belly Total Health on Health Notes. Learn not only how and why you must say no to grains, but also how you can achieve
a level of radiant health and well being you never thought possible. Wheat Belly Total Health is about regaining full metabolic well being, reflected in blood sugar and other measures that may require additional steps beyond grain elimination. This conversation will guide you on the journey to long-term health and vitality—breaking the grip of wheat, lose weight for good, and achieve vibrant, lasting health.
Rita Sanford’s Book I Am Washita explores the controversial discovery that the original indigenous people of North America were Black. This important timely indigenous day conversation includes the important music of Pura Fe and Ulali is featured in this interview.
The funny thing is that Sarah Elliston never realized she was “a difficult person,” — someone who harangued people until she got her way, threw snip fits and temper tantrums, talked over her bosses and pointed out what she thought were their misconceptions. In her family, where she felt bullied, the only way she knew how to get someone’s attention and approval was to voice her opinion—and loudly! Without standing her ground, how could she do what she thought was best for herself and everyone else around her. She wasn’t intentionally mean-spirited. She was just trying to do what she thought was RIGHT! Until a kind, but firm, boss woke her up! With great compassion, and strength, her boss pointed out that that her actions had consequences. That in being “difficult,” she was not only disrupting the office camaraderie and production, but impeding her own professional advancement. That’s the beginning of Sarah’s transformation— when she started on the journey to leave behind the difficult person, and become the woman who teaches others how to deal with difficult people.