Friday, August 6, 2010

Muffins & Mayhem: The Ingredients for Happiness

Muffins & Mayhem

Muffins & Mayhem: The Ingredients for Happiness
Friday, August 6
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Suzanne Beecher. She'll recall her arduous childhood years followed by her evolution from single, drug addicted, teenage mother to successful businesswoman, mother, grandmother, and wife of her best friend - the man of her dreams. Inspired by someone diagnosed with terminal cancer and was wondering how to leave a legacy to her children, Suzanne suggested a recipe box filled with memories and family stories.

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Urban Permaculture
Urban Permaculture:
Simple Steps Towards Sustainability
With the word sustainability floating everywhere, when was the last time you thought about what sustainable living really means? How can you distinguish between marketing "greenwashing" and real solutions that make a difference in your life and to the health of the planet? For Beyond 50's "Green & Sustainable" talks, join Laura Sweany from Terra Flora Farm in Seattle as she offers positive, easy ideas for simple living that are derived from Permaculture philosophy. The photo above is a garden grown that was grown within a few short months by following permaculture methods.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Interview, Click on This: Episode 182

The U.S. Constitution The U.S. Constitution:
How Important Is It?

In no country is the Constitution so respected and revered and disregarded as in the United States. Many Americans, encouraged by public figures such as Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh and Ron Paul believe that a major solution to our nation's ills is to restore the "constitutional republic" and return this country to its constitutional principles. For Beyond 50's "Political" talks, listen to an interview with historian, Mark Weber of the Institute for Historical Review. He will tackle such questions as these: What do those who call for a "constitutional republic" really want? How realistic is this goal? Just what would a return to constitutional principles mean? How important is a constitution in defining a society?

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Interview, Click on This: Episode 181

The Secret History of the American EmpireThe Secret History of the American Empire:
Economic Hit Men, Jackals, and the Truth About Global Corruption
For Beyond 50's "Economics" talks, listen to an interview with John Perkins. Find out about the evil American empire's ability to dominate the world using Economic Hit Men who employ "corporatocracy." They decide who prospers, who starves, who lives, who dies. These men were the "real forces" behind globalization.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Interview, Click on This: Episode 248

Entering Your Dream Worlds

If you haven't seen the newly released sci-fi film, "Inception" (in photo above), we recommend that you watch it for the story's unique dream concepts. Dom Cobb (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) is hired to enter the human mind through dream invasion to plant an idea. He plans three layers of dreams within dreams for the mark.

When we asked Gillian Holloway, a dream interpretation expert and author of several books on the subject, about how anyone can program their mind for lucid dreaming, she offered these suggestions:

The best way to start having lucid dreams (of knowing you're dreaming while it is happening) is to immerse yourself in dreams for a few weeks or a month. See movies about dreams, read books on them, talk to friends about them. Write your dreams down in a journal. Having dreams on the mind is the fastest way to start having lucid dreams!

Here is a good affirmation to program yourself for lucid dreams:
“Once a week, I want o have and remember a lucid dream, in harmony with my sleep, in line with restful dreams and down-time; this is safe, healthy, and a part of my personal growth.” Then let go and go to sleep normally. Becoming lucid can happen in phases, so give yourself credit for any recognition or moments of awareness in your dreams. This will grow and progress like any skill.

Gillian Holloway
We encourage you to tune in to Gillian Holloway's interview this Friday at 1:15 p.m. (PT)/4:15 p.m. (ET) to talk about dream symbols and what they reveal about your love relationships. Feel free to join in the conversation to share your dream experiences.

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