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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Where Do We Go From Here? What Astrology Can Tell Us About The Year Ahead with Alison Chester-Lambert

Join us Thursday, December 1st, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? with host Sandie Sedgbeer and guest Alison Chester-Lambert. 

Alison Chester Lambert

As we enter the last month of 2016–a year that has been filled with more fear-mongering, anxiety, outrage, division and dissent than we have seen in decades, millions of people around the world are looking towards 2017 with feelings of powerlessness and deep apprehension.

In this program, Sandie will be discussing what astrology can tell us about what is happening to our world, why it is happening now, and what possible outcomes might await us in 2017 with BBC radio and Daily Mail Online astrological consultant and coach, Alison Chester-Lambert.

ALISON CHESTER-LAMBERT has a Masters Degree in the study of astrology and psychology. She is the founder of the Midlands School of Astrology in the UK and is the author of two books and the best-selling Astrology Reading Cards.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Living Sensationally – How Understanding Our Senses Can Transform Our Relationships And Our Life with Prof. Winnie Dunn

Join us Thursday, November 24th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? with host Sandie Sedgbeer and guest Prof. Winnie Dunn. 

What great synchronicity that this show will be airing at a time when many people are together with family and may need a bit of understanding about why some of their family members behave the way they do!

Prof. Winnie Dunn

We all want to live a satisfying life, but what that means to you may be quite different than what it means to others in your life.

For example, how do you feel when you bite into a pear…wear a feather boa…stand in a noisy auditorium…or walk past a perfume counter in a department store? Some people love the grainy texture of a pear, while others shudder at the idea of this texture in their mouths. Touching a feather boa might feel luxurious and sensual to you, while others will bristle at the idea of all those feathers brushing on the skin. And strong scents or noisy, busy environments will energize some people, and overwhelm others.

Now imagine the tension and stress it could cause to your relationship if your partner needed to wake up to to bright lights, loud music, and the aroma of strong coffee to psyche them up for the day, while you required a slow, calm awakening with silence, dim lighting, and zero environmental stimulation to function properly.

We rarely think about it, but we all have our own pattern of responding to everyday experiences such as these, and they can make or break our day. In her eye-opening book, Living Sensationally: Understanding Your Senses, Prof. Winnie Dunn explains how understanding our sensory profile and those of our children, colleagues and loved ones can not only help us understand our own and others’ behavior and choices but can also help eliminate misunderstandings, tension and stress that may be affecting our relationships at home and work.

Join Sandie and Dr. Dunn as they discuss:
•   The Four Major sensory types – Seeker, a Bystander, and Avoider or a Sensor
•   How to discover your own pattern and those of your friends, children and colleagues and loved ones
•   How to eliminate misunderstanding, anxiety and tension in your relationships with family members, children and colleagues
•   How you can use this information to benefit your business or home life, or to pick the right kind of clothing, job and home and create a more harmonious and satisfying life

Dr. Dunn is Professor and Chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy Education at the University of Kansas. A member of the Academy of Research for the American Occupational Therapy Foundation, she is an internationally known expert for her studies about sensory processing in everyday life. She has published more than 100 research articles, book chapters and books, and has spoken around the world about her work, and is the author/ coauthor of all of the Sensory Profile measures, which capture people’s responses to sensory events in everyday life; these assessments have been translated into dozens of languages and are used for both professional practice and in research programs.

Her eye-opening book Living Sensationally – Understanding Your Senses, has been featured in several magazines including Time magazine, Cosmopolitan, The London Times newspaper, and on Canadian Public Radio.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

The Path of Presence with Synthia Andrews

Join us Thursday, November 10th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? with host Sandie Sedgbeer and guest Synthia Andrews, ND. 

Synthia Andrews, ND

The Path of Presence – 8 Awareness-Expanding Energy Practices to Ignite Your Purpose with Synthia Andrews, ND

Are you dedicated to a spiritual path, but not feeling as connected as you would like? Do you seek positive change for the Earth, but feel helpless to act? Are you overwhelmed with personal challenges, or paralyzed with fear, pain, or loss? Do you have a vision that you have not been able to manifest? If so, says Dr. Synthia Andrews, it’s time to magnify your Presence and leave the wishful state of hoping for the active state of creating.

In this episode, Sandie Sedgbeer and Synthia Andrews discuss her latest book, The Path of Presence, in which she introduces us to eight energy-based, awareness-expanding practices that will help you:

*   Awaken your inner light and magnify your Presence
*   Find your inner power
*   Increase your vitality
*   Connect with Spirit and intuitive wisdom
*   Overcome limitation and adversity
*   Find inner peace and outer peacefulness
*   Manifest your highest potential
*   Experience joy and creative expression

DR. SYNTHIA ANDREWS is a licensed naturopathic physician with 30 years of experience as a massage and energy therapist. Her work focuses on the emotional and spiritual dynamics in health and healing. She is passionate in exploring the human body, the subtle energy matrix and emotions; facilitating people’s energy awareness is her life work. The emotional compendium supplied in this book is the result of her experience working with clients in her own personal growth. She is author of the book The Path of Energy (Career, 2011) and is the primary co-author of three other books on healing, energy and consciousness. She teaches energy awareness workshops, provides lectures around the world and maintains a private subtle energy oriented naturopathic practice in Guilford, CT. Website:

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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Buddha’s Diet: The Ancient Art Of Losing Weight Without Losing Your Mind With Dan Zigmond And Tara Cottrell

Join us Thursday, November 3rd, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? with host Sandie Sedgbeer and guests Dan Zsigmond and Tara Cottrell. 

There’s a lot we don’t know about the Buddha. For one, the real Buddha as thin. And before he became the “Enlightened One,” he was a pampered prince named Siddhartha. He tried starving himself in his quest for inner peace, but found that extremes brought him no closer to enlightenment. Instead, he sought a “middle way” between unhealthy overindulgence and unrealistic abstinence. The instructions he gave his monks about eating more than 2,500 years ago were surprisingly simple.

Fast forward to today. Cutting Edge scientific research tells us something Buddha knew all along; it’s not what you eat, but when you eat that’s most important. You don’t need to follow the latest fads or give up your favorite foods. You just need to remember a few guidelines that Buddha provided – guidelines that, believe it or not, will help you lose weight, feel better, and stop obsessing about food.

Join Sandie Sedgbeer and guests Dan Zigmond and Tara Cottrell as they discuss:

*   Buddha’s diet – what is it, and why is it so successful?
*   How changing your eating clock is an ancient technique for wellness that Buddha recommended thousands of years ago.
*   How to shut down emotional eating by separating the emotion from the food choice
*   How changing your eating clock and aligning it with your circadian rhythm can bring balance and weight loss
*   and more…

Dan Zigmond
DAN ZIGMOND has spent over 20 years living and working in Silicon Valley, working for both tiny startups and tech giants. He is currently Director of Analytics at Facebook, responsible for the data science behind the News Feed. Zigmond is also a board partner at Metamorphic Ventures, a venture capital company based in New York, and an advisor to many startups in Silicon Valley and beyond.

He is an ordained Zen Buddhist priest, teaching occasionally at Jikoji Zen Center in the Santa Cruz mountains, and has studied and practiced Buddhism in temples in America, Thailand, and Japan. In 2015, he was named one of Wired magazine’s “20 Business Geniuses You Need to Know.” He has two teen daughters, and spends most of his non-work, non-meditating time driving them around.

Tara Cottrell

TARA COTTRELL studied creative writing and her fiction has appeared on NPR, Missouri Review, Palo Alto Weekly, The Indiana Review and Zoetrope All Story Extra. She works for Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business in digital content, and consults for a fitness startup in Silicon Valley. Cottrell is a mom of three and continues to give her time to a variety of non-profits, including acting as a court appointed advocate for children in the foster system in San Mateo County.

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