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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The Healing Power of Sound with Yuval Ron & Dr. Richard Gold

Join us Thursday, April 27th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What is Going OM when Sandie's guests will be Yuval Ron and Dr. Richard Gold. 

Yuval Ron
In this week’s show Award-Winning Composer and peace activist Yuval Ron and Pioneering Integrative Health Practitioner Dr. Richard Gold join forces to discuss the healing power of music, and their new sound remedies for healing and well-being as part of their new Metta Music Medicine Series based on the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine five element theory and recent advances in modern neuroscience.

Topics Include:

Dr. Richard Gold
* What is Sound Remedy?
* Can Music Medicine be created by musicians per instructions of doctors and scientists
* How can sound impact the body?
* What is brain entrainment and how does it promote healing and well-being?
* What are the healing principles that guide these new sound remedies?
* And more…

Yuval Ron is a world-renowned musician, composer, educator, peace activist, and record producer. Among his many honors, he composed the music for the Oscar-winning film, West Bank Story, was invited to perform for the Dalai Lama, and has collaborated with Sufi leaders, Zen Buddhist priests, visual artists, choreographers and neuroscientists. A noted lecturer, he has spoken at Yale, John Hopkins, UCLA, MIT, and other schools, and has been on the faculty of Esalen Institute. His book Divine Attunement: Music as a path to Wisdom, won the Gold Medal Award for Best Spirituality Book at the Indie Book Awards 2015.

Dr. Richard Gold is a licensed acupuncturist and holds a Doctorate in Psychology.. He graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture in 1978 and since then has devoted his professional career to the study, practice, researching, teaching and publishing in the field of East Asian Medicine.

Dr. Gold has pursued advanced studies in China, Japan, and Thailand and was one of the four founders of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Gold was first introduced to meditation and yoga in 1970 during a month-long meditation retreat and has pursued mental mindfulness and meditative awareness over the past 40+ years. In recent years, Dr. Gold has studied neuroscience and the evolving understanding of the effects of sound and meditation on the brain. His best-known book is Thai Massage: A Traditional Medical Technique.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The 3rd Circle Protocol: Transforming Poor Relationships Into Positive Experiences with Georgina Cannon

Join us Thursday, April 20th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? when Sandie's guest will be Dr. Georgina Cannon. 

Dr Georgina Cannon
We all have people in our lives with whom, no matter how hard we try, we just don’t seem to connect. Why is that? Why is it that some relationships always seem to leave us feeling guilty, anxious, confused, drained, incompetent or off-kilter, while others leaving us feeling understood, uplifted, supported, validated, and good about ourselves?

Whether you’re experiences challenges with a partner, tensions with a parent, relative or child, or are struggling in a relationship with an over-critical friend or a difficult boss or colleague, parents, there is a tried and tested way to transform poor relationships with positive experiences for all concerned.

According to speaker, teacher and author Georgina Cannon, all relationships are complex and most people give lip service to “working on it,” but get lost in their own separateness.

A Board certified consulting hypnotist and trainer experienced in helping clients redirect connections with themselves and others, Georgina Cannon’s latest book The Third Circle Protocol demonstrates how the relationship we have with ourselves is the basis for all other relationships, and explains how to recognize and understand the unspoken or unrecognized contracts and agreements we make with ourselves and others and how to establish new ones. Utilizing techniques developed in her clinic over the course of 20 years she creates an alternative paradigm in which to work with relationship dynamics so that we can develop better and more loving experiences in our relationships, first with ourselves, and then with others.

Dr. Georgina Cannon is an award-winning consulting clinical hypnotist, relationship coach, author and lecturer at the University of Toronto. Recognized as the “public face” of hypnosis in Canada and a respected member of the mainstream health community. Dr. Cannon is a frequent media guest, and her work and views have gained her prominence as a frequent source for news and feature articles on hypnosis and alternative therapies. Her latest book is The Third Circle Protocol: How to Relate to Yourself and others in a Healthy, Vibrant, Evolving Way, Always and All-ways. Website:

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

The Art of Living Your Dreams with Mike Dooley

Join us Thursday, April 13th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? when Sandie's guest will be Mike Dooley. 

Mike Dooley
Mike Dooley is a passionate advocate for living deliberately and creating consciously. A popular speaker, teacher and author of inspirational books emphasizing spiritual accountability, he is perhaps best known for his wildly popular Free Notes from the Universe Emailings and his NY Times bestsellers Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams and Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life’s Magic.

A featured teacher in both the book and the movie versions of The Secret, Mike Dooley lives his dreams traveling internationally speaking on life, dreams, & happiness, and offering answers to many of the provocative questions that plague so many spiritual seekers about life, death, the powers of the mind, time, space, heaven, hell, UFO’s, ESP, reincarnation and more…

In this week’s show, Mike Dooley shares his own life journey and the insights he has gained along the way on, as well as tips and suggestions for how we can all create the life of our dreams by living deliberately and creating consciously.

Mike Dooley is a former PriceWaterhouseCoopers international tax consultant, turned entrepreneur, who founded a philosophical Adventurers Club on the Internet that’s now home to over 725,000 members from over 185 countries.

His inspirational books emphasizing spiritual accountability have been published in 25 languages and he was one of the featured teachers in the international phenomenon, The Secret. Today, Mike is perhaps best known for his free Notes from the Universe emailings and his New York Times bestsellers Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams and Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life’s Magic. Mike lives what he teaches, traveling internationally speaking on life, dreams, and happiness.

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Letting Go Again — Surviving and Thriving After Love and Loss with Kimberly Smythe

Join us Thursday, April 6th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? when Sandie's guest will be Kimberly Smythe. 

Kimberly Smythe
Healing Your Heart After Loss

If there’s one thing that none of us can avoid in life, it is the loss of a loved one. It doesn’t matter how we lose that person – whether through death, ill health, enforced distance, or their choice to reject our love and/or no longer be involved in our lives – loss can be both devastating and life-fracturing.

Love and loss are universal experiences and how we move through them can not only have a significant impact on our physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual health, but in some cases even the entire trajectory of our life.  Loss is inescapable, and when one is deep in the grip of it, one can feel like the loneliest person on earth.  So how do we survive loss? From where do we get the strength to cope with the devastating emotions that invariably crowd in to fill the void left by a loved one’s absence? Is there any gift in loss? If so, how does one let go enough to move beyond the pain and suffering to find it?

Author Kimberly Smythe spent decades suffering the overwhelming grief and myriad painful emotions that followed her excruciating decision to give up her first child to adoption when she found herself pregnant at the age of 16. Terrified at the thought of losing the love and approbation of her family, she instead chose to experience a different loss – a decision that, in her innocence, she never foresaw would lead to years of struggling to find a solution to the guilt, depression, grief and self-approbation that would follow in its wake. Years later, when, against all odds, she was reunited with her daughter, Smythe once again found herself having to let go and find a pathway through the loss of her daughter for different reasons.

Kimberly Smythe’s book, Letting Go Again, is a deeply personal story about her own experience, but in the telling it nonetheless offers important insights about such universal themes and emotions as grief, loss, regret and self-recrimination that we all encounter at some point in our lives.  The gift it offers to the reader is that it calls us to challenge our perceptions about love, loss, acceptance, surrender, relationships, and letting go. Website:

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