Saturday, October 25, 2014

Cleansing Into Vitality & Peace

     Cleansing Into Vitality & Peace
   Friday, October 24
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
 A Live & Online Broadcast
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Jessica Bolding.  She is a an Easter Asian Medical Practitioner and Health Educator, based in Vashon Island of Washington.  She'll talk about ancient, energy healing exericses like Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and meditation and how they overlap with modern science.  In working with individuals one-on-one and in groups with proven techniques, she has helped them to achieve greater clarity, sense of peace and vitality.

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My Salinger Year
For Beyond 50's "Celebrity" talks, listen to an interview with Joanna Rakoff.  She'll talk about a memorable time in her life during the late 90s (pre-digital age) as a recent graduate and getting her first job at a well-respected Manhattan literary agency.  The agency avoids computers like the plague and the only job requirements are fast and accurate typing on an IBM Selectric and serving as an assistant to the great American author of "Catcher in the Rye," J.D. Salinger - answering his fan mail.  Rakoff writes about her conversations with Jerry - as he is known in the office confines - as well as with other celebrity clients like F. Scott Fitzgerald.

    To Hear the Interview, Click on This: Beyond 50

Beyond 50's Year of History Talks

We've had an unusual number of historical experts throughout this year educate on the
program.  Their stories are so intriguing, here are a few we'd like to re-recommend.

Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy
For Beyond 50's "History" talks, listen to an interview with Karen Abbott.  She'll resurrect the forgotten stories of four indomitable women who operated as spies during the bloody Civil War: Belle Boyd, a 17-year-old in the Shenandoah Valley who, at the very beginning of the war, shot a Yankee soldier for breaking into her home and threatening her mother; Emma Edmonds, who disguised herself as a man and enlisted in the Union army; Rose Greenhow, who seduced numerous men in power and headed a spy ring in the Northern capital; and Elizabeth Van Lew, a wealthy spinster woman who hid escaped prisoners in her home, planted a former slave as a spy in the Confederate White House, and helped Ulysses S. Grant to win the war.      

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