Thursday, September 30, 2010

How to Release Stress Around Life's Craze

Emotional Freedom Technique Points
How to Release Stress Around Life's Craze
Friday, October 1
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
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For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Lauren Miller. She is an internationally renowned stress relief expert. One of the techniques she will explain how to do step-by-step if the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) that involves tapping certain acupuncture points on the body and combining them with phrases. Lauren will also offer insights about stresss, like ways to increase your awareness of what's behind the stress to transform it.

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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.

The Social Network
The Social Network
This is an entertaining story of the origins of Facebook and it's founding genius, Mark Zukerberg, the youngest billionaire in the world. The film is not about power or greed, but the strong, human need for acceptance. Based on the story, the site's idea came from his fellow schoolmates, the Winklevoss twins who told him to create a social networking site defined by exclusivity, where women can find and meet Harvard men. That billion dollar idea lead to two lawsuits - one of which comes from his best friend and investor, Eduardo Severin. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Drama; Running Time: 121 min.)

Wall StreetWall Street: Money Never Sleeps
A follow-up to the 1987 hit, Gordon Gekko is released from jail after 8 years for insider trading and money laundering. He's penniless and has had a lot of time behind bars to learn that the most valuable commodity is time. He enters into an unfamiliar, New World Order: economic collapse that leads to the Recession and where greed is the norm. He strikes a trade with young stock broker, Jake Moore, his prospective son-in-law. Gekko wants his assistance in making amends with his daughter Winnie in exchange for helping Jake get revenge against a ruthless hedge fund manager who is responsible for the suicide of Jake's mentor. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Drama; Running Time: 133 min.)

Waiting for SupermanWaiting for Superman
Follow five families going through a lottery to get the best education for their child. The documentary is powerful in how it examines the failures of the public school system. Based on statistics, every 26 seconds, a student drops out of high school. The real guiding light are the innovative approaches being taken by education reformers and charter schools. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Documentary, Education; Running Time: 120 min.)

Queen of the SunQueen of the Sun
This is a fascinating documentary that is a celebration of bees and on the honeybee crisis, known as "Colony Collapse Disorder," a phenomena in which worker bees abruptly disappear to affect more than 5 million hives worldwide. The problem stems from profit driven exploitation that has broken the sacred bond between humans and bees through artificial queen bee breeding, pesticides, herbicides, and genetically engineered plants.
(Available in Select Theatres and Short Run; Genre: Documentary, Drama; Running Time: 1 hr., 23 min.)

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