Friday, March 25, 2011

The Linden Method: A Natural Cure for Phobias



Fear of Heights
The Linden Method: A Natural Cure for Phobias
Friday, March 25
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
www.Beyond50Radio.com

For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Charles Linden from Great Britain. He is the founder of the Linden Center and creator of the Linden Method to naturally and gently treat anxieties, panic attacks and phobias. Over 136,000 people around the world have been helped by it and is 100% effective.

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Debbie MerrillThe Raw Truth to the Fountain of Youth:
Spring Cleansing & Super Foods
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Debbie Merrill. She's back on our program to advocate the raw and vegan lifestyle - a diet rich in enzymes to cleanse and regenerate the body. As a habit, she eats more for energy, rather than taste. She'll recommend the top Superfoods you can incorporate into your meals and how to prepare them, along with suggestions for doing an internal Spring Cleanse.


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March is Women's History Month
The Iron Butterfly

In celebration of Women's History Month, Beyond 50 chose to interview Choon-Ok Jade Harmon from Korea. She is the highest ranking woman in a form of Korean martial arts called Kuk Sool Won. She earned a ninth-degree black belt - the first woman to reach that level.

Harmon was born into a poverty-stricken South Korean family. Her mother was a "mermaid" (also known as a sea woman). She spent 4 - 6 hours a day diving in the cold sea waters without a diving suit to search for and collect octopus, abalone, seaweed, sea urchin and other foods to sell and for their families to eat. Sea women, called "haenyo" in Korea, have existed for about 1,500 years. It's a dangerous profession that is passed on from mother to daughter.

Struggling to survive after the Korean War, Harmon pursued her goals of becoming a martial artist, obtaining an education and coming to the United States where her visions of success and economic independence became a reality.

Choon-Ok Jade Harmon

Sound Symbol To Hear the Pre-Recording, Click on This: Episode 222



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