Thursday, April 15, 2010

Monkeys are Made of Chocolate


Costa Rican Monkey
Monkeys are Made of Chocolate
Friday, April 16
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

In celebration of Earth Day, listen to an interview with Jack Ewing, a naturalist and conservationist. He'll share fascinating stories about living in Southwestern Costa Rica at Hacienda Baru - reforesting the whole area, which was later declared a wildlife preserve. You'll understand how the animals, plants and people interact within their exotic eco-system.
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CoconutOil Pulling Therapy
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Dr. Bruce Fife. You can now say "good-bye" to tooth decay, gum disease, bad breath, loose teeth, and bleeding and receding gums. Learn from Dr. Fife about an alternative method of tooth and gum care called oil pulling. By using just a spoonful of virgin coconut oil, you can clean your teeth and have pink gums more thoroughly than regular brushing, flossing and gargling. There's also no toxic side effects.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 159





FloraniumFloranium & The Secret Life of Plants
In celebration of Earth Day, listen to an interview with Martin Heine, founder of the Floranium. Like a mood lamp, it is an innovative technology using highly sensitive electrodes (similar to an EKG machine) placed on a leaf to show various light changes by your plant in response to touch, weather changes, water and more. The technology is based on the revealing research by Clive Backster's plant experiments and the book called "The Secret Life of Plants."

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 160





Pyramid in MexicoDance of the Jaguar (A Video)
In celebration of Earth Day, Beyond 50 encourages you to watch our video interview with Terry Andrews about her fictional book, "Dance of the Jaguar" that offers ancient wisdom from Mesoamerica and South America for a new age. Martha Peggity is the main character. She learns how to access her personal power at an Ancient Wisdom School in Mexico. The story is based on a prophecy that when the Quetzalcoatl god returns, it is a time to dream a new earth into being.

Video To Watch the Videocast, Click on This: Dance of the Jaguar




Celebrate Earth Week: April 16 - 22
Earth Day

Beyond 50 encourages you to be a steward of our planet by making a personal commitment to a "greener"
and more sustainable lifestyle.


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