Sunday, September 21, 2014

Leap to Freedom: Healing from Quantum Guilt

    Leap to Freedom:
Healing from Quantum Guilt
   Friday, September 19
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
 A Live & Online Broadcast
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Devrah Laval.  She offers wisdom and simple tools to see through the illusion of guilt as a mournful and inappropriate nagging waste of time. You can be free from the beliefs that you are guilty, sinful and unworthy.  There is a way out from these limited and debilitating beliefs that we've blindly accepted.  What if everything we've been taught about sin, and the need to feel guilt, has been a lie?  What if sin is the result of forgetting who we are and where we've come from?  And what if we don't actually make decisions to act?  But rather life unfolds; actions "happen" and then our thought about it comes after the fact.  Sound bizarre?  Welcome to the world of Quantum thought.

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Sat Shree
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Sat Shree.  An architect and community activist living in Nevada, he experienced a sudden awakening to the spiritual dimension of existence in 1998.  "This ‘awakening’ was a glimpse of an utterly different and radical state of being that I now reside in. However back then it was just the beginning of a process that set in motion a transformation that utterly changed reality as I had known it, a process that continues to this day,” he explained.  Some call this the ‘enlightened state’; the state of one who not only ‘knows’ but ‘is’ THAT underlying Reality which is the foundation of all existence, manifested in human form.  It became apparent to Sat Shree that this did not just happen to him, but was the beginning of an unfolding process of a radical and extraordinary new collective consciousness that is now available to mankind.  It is clear that a new possibility now exists for mankind; the next stage of human evolution.  He'll talk about his spiritual work to help many in this awakening.

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 Ginger & Elvis:
Elvis Presley's Fiancee and Last Love
Finally Tells Her Story
For Beyond 50's "Celebrity" talks, listen to an interview with Ginger Alden.  She'll talk about her love relationship with Elvis, when their paths crossed multiple times before what Elvis later deemed fate intervened.  When Alden's sister, the newly crowned Miss Tennessee, was invited to Graceland to meet Elvis, she came along too, unaware that her life would be changed forever. Almost overnight at twenty-years-old, Alden was being swept off her feet by Elvis - both figuratively and literally when he sent one of his planes to pick her up to join him on tour - and before long she was a permanent fixture in his entourage.  She spent the next nine months getting to know - and fall in love with - the real Elvis Presley.

Alden was engaged to Elvis when she found him unresponsive in his bathroom at Graceland
on August 16, 1977.

Years after Elvis' death, Alden married and waited until her son turned 20 to finally share her stories: from first meeting Elvis at 5 years through her father (who was Elvis' Army induction officer) to their day-to-day lifestyle and travels.  She also wanted to dispel the myths that have been circulated by the media.  According to Alden, he did not drink or take street drugs, but had a strong dependency on sleep medications (Quaaludes).  Elvis was a kind and caring person.  He got joy from helping others.    

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