Friday, August 13, 2010


Marriage Troubles

Friday, August 13
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For those who have tried self-help books, attended seminars and followed a spiritual path, but still can't seem to change your thinking, feeling and behaviors towards a better life, then listen to Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks with Sunny Massad, Ph.D. She will explain about her method called Untherapy that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and provides practical tools to remove the cause of inner stress and procrastination.

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Slugs EatingAsk Mother Nature
Can you really communicate with the pests in your garden? Ellen Vande Visse believes that you can! For Beyond 50's "Gardening" talks, she take you, step-by-step, into her garden to encounter the onslaught of maggots, cutworms, slugs and other pests. She introduces you to the idea that you can make a deal with these pests by communicating with them, rather than waging chemical warfare on them.

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Gillian Holloway's BookThe Complete Dream Book of
Love & Relationships

Your Dreams Matter! Your dreams are a powerful source of intuitive information about your relationships: paying attention to them can make you smarter, safer and even happier. For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, find out why you dream of an old flame; why so many dreams are tense or scary; and how to understand the core message of any dream. Gillian Holloway is a trusted expert in dream research, having amassed a database of 30,000 case studies. Learn why your dreams matter, how to understand them quickly, and accurately to zero in on your own happiness!

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PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soar; and champion human rights.

Eat Pray Love
Eat Pray Love
If you've been seeking your true, higher purpose, then watch "Eat Pray Love." Elizabeth Gilbert is not real happy and really sure why - just that she's not as passionate about her life. After going through a divorce, she decides to travel the world and find herself. She meets healers, soothsays, gourmets, artists and adventurers. Her personal quest is all about her desire for inner peace and true love. (Available in theatres everywhere; Genre: Adaptation, Drama; Running Time: 133 min.)

This film is very original and unique for educating about the subconscious - a world of no limitations. It's a story about Dom Cobb who agrees to commit corporate espionage in exchange for his freedom from criminal charges. His task: enter the human mind of a business man through dream invasion to plant an idea to prevent a global energy monopoly by his company. With the help of Dom's dream team, they plan three layers of dreams within dreams for the mark. (Available in theatres everywhere; Genre: Sci-Fi, Action, Psychological; Running Time: 2 hrs., 22 min.)

They Came to PlayThey Came to Play
Every year, outstanding amateurs from all over the world enter the International Piano Competition. This documentary goes behind the scenes, highlighting the diverse background of the competitors. Many have day jobs and play as well as professional pianists. During the competition, they go through three, nerve-wracking elimination rounds. It's not about money, but mastery and love of the music. The top prize is only $2,000. (Available in select theatres; Genre: Music, Documentary; Running Time: 91 min.)

Mao's Last DanceMao's Last Dancer
An inspirational and true story of ballet dancer Li Cunxin. At eleven years old, he was chosen by Madame Mao to go for rigorous training at the Peking Dance Academy. What follows is the story of how a small, terrified, and lonely boy become one of the greatest ballet dancers in the world. As an adult, he defected to the United States to join the Houston Ballet. (Available in theatres everywhere; Genre: Drama, Adaptation, Biopic; Running Time: 1 hr., 57 min.)

Honorable Mentions:

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World -
This is a fun film to watch for it's cartoonish humor. It helps define the Generation Y (also called Millenials), ADD generation who are 30 and under in age. In the movie, Scott Pilgrim falls for the girl of his dreams and competes against her former boyfriends in a guitar duel to win her love.

Peepli Live - A funny Bollywood flick, a poor family from India has to figure out how to pay off their loan and not lose their land. One member concocts a hare-brained plan of earning government money by committing suicide. The idea puts them in a "storm" that leads to national attention.

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