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Thursday, April 26, 2018

Truth in Medicine - Cancer vaccines, antibiotics, and a new cutting-edge approach to cancer

Join us tonight at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What is Going OM's Truth in Medicine Show with Sandie Sedgbeer, Dr. Donese Worden and cancer research hero Dr. Robert Lange Elliott 

For some years now, we’ve been hearing that antibiotics, once hailed as one of the most important discoveries in 20th-century medicine, are not quite the friends we originally thought them to be.  Used globally to treat countless bacterial infections, antibiotics were considered a cornerstone of modern medicine until research showed that overuse has resulted in some common bacteria evolving to become antibiotic resistant. Now, with science cautiously examining a new role that antibiotics might play in saving lives, the question once again arises – are antibiotics our friends or our foes?

 In this month’s episode of Truth in Medicine, Dr. Donese Worden and I discuss cancer vaccines, antibiotics, and a new cutting-edge approach to fighting cancer with cancer research hero and venerated breast cancer surgeon, Dr. Robert Lange Elliott, whose research over decades has resulted in a number of breakthroughs including a patented vaccine for breast and prostate cancer and other advances.

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Thursday, April 19, 2018


Join us Thursday, April 19th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What is Going OM when Sandie's guest will be Linda Kohanov. 

Power and leadership are two words that are inextricably entwined.  We are all leaders at some time in some area of our lives.  But to be an effective leader (in business and parenting), one has to know how to use power effectively.   But learning to share power and lead well in a balanced way is still one of our greatest human challenges.

According to international speaker, leadership trainer, and bestselling author of The Tao of Equus, Linda Kohanov, for thousands of years, master herders have developed a multi-faceted, socially intelligent form of leadership that combines five disparate roles with unique qualities of leadership. Effective leadership, says Kohanov, comes from a holistic balance all five of these roles. In her new book, The Five Roles of a Master Herder, Linda Kohanov not only offers a new approach to leadership, rooted in the collaborative power of ancient herding cultures and based on her decades of equestrian work, but also shows us how to develop and employ these five roles consciously and fluidly in our “modern tribes” of families, workplaces, and other social organizations.

Among the topics Sandie and Linda Kohanov will discuss are: 

·      What can equine-based wisdom and the nonverbal leadership skills of ancient herding cultures teach us about leadership in the 21st century?

·      Why is “power” is such a difficult topic to discuss in our culture when it plays such a huge role in just about every kind of group of people?

·      How we can recognize which of the five leadership roles we may be overemphasizing and which roles we’re avoiding.

·      How the five roles of a master herder can lead us through potentially “explosive” situations at home, and in life.

·      Non-predatory power and how we can use it in our daily lives? And more...

Linda Kohanov established Eponaquest Worldwide to explore the healing potential of working with horses and offer programs on everything from emotional and social intelligence, leadership, stress reduction, and parenting to consensus building and mindfulness. She has used this revolutionary new model with executive teams at such companies as Nike, Chubb Insurance, and Raytheon.  

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Thursday, April 12, 2018


Join us Thursday, April 12th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What is Going OM when Sandie's guest will be author and speaker Ray Brooks. 

It is widely thought that finding peace, happiness and freedom requires tremendous effort – that in order to achieve a state of contentment and harmony in life, a journey must be taken, or someone or something must be awakened or overcome.

After a chance encounter with an extraordinary Anglo-Indian man on the ghats of the sacred River Ganges, author and speaker Ray Brooks discovered through the course of nine conversations that his quest for wholeness had been futile: no such journey was necessary, and, just like a shadow that seeks the sun, he had been searching for a self that had never been lost in the first place.

Says Brooks, “No new knowledge required or acquired. No transcendental experience or higher consciousness needs to be achieved. When the recognition of what you are is seen – nothing at all happens. Why would it? You simply find yourself as you already are.”

The Shadow That Seeks the Sun is a fascinating book that offers no systems of belief or promises, but rather, presents an uplifting story of spiritual awakening that reveals simple yet profound truths about our natural state of being. 

Ray Brooks is a British author and public speaker on the subject of non-duality. He has given private and group talks throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, India and Canada, sharing his direct experience of the “natural state” through simple self-inquiry. Ray is also the author of Blowing Zen: Finding an Authentic Life, a musician and recording artist who is internationally respected in the world of shakuhachi music. He has studied with many great shakuhachi masters and performed throughout Japan and overseas. Sharing a passion for travel and adventure with his wife Dianne, they have explored the world together and spend most of their winters living in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas.

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