Saturday, December 27, 2014

Beyond 50 on Winter Break


  Beyond 50 on Winter Break

 
       Friday, December 26
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
 A Live & Online Broadcast

We're enjoying the festivities and will be back 
in the New Year

*Subject to change.  If you  happen to miss any of our past interviews, you can hear them from our listings: archive 1  and archive 2.
 
**To view the Best of Beyond 50 talks in a video interview format, head over to our YouTube channel.  We have 600+ interviews posted and close to 1 million views to date.


Investing Simplified:
What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
For Beyond 50's "Finance" talks, listen to an interview with Chuck Price.  He is the owner of Price Financial Group Wealth Management in Portland and the author of "Investing Simplified."  His message is for main street and not Wall Street.  According to Price, investing your money and planning for retirement can be tricky and costly business.  Most Americans do not understand how their own money can work for them, and for the most part, entrust the help of "hired" experts to point them in the right direction.  Learn about the 10 biggest misconceptions and myths of investing and retirement planning and implementation.  "Investing Simplified" is for all those who are looking to become better, smarter investors, and it is designed as an investors guide that can be used from your first job all the way to, and through, the retirement years.  


    To Hear the Interview, Click on This: Beyond 50



Chi Nei Tsang
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Andrew Clauer.  He'll explain about Chi Nei Tsang is a system of Chinese self-help practices and healing theories that address the internal organs, structure, and overall health and function of the body.  The hands-on techniques can help to improve the body's structure and function of the organs, addressing many issues including IBS, Crohn's Disease and Colitis, as well as Menstral cramps and back pain.


    To Hear the Interview, Click on This: Beyond 50



Starting Anew in 2015
 

Beyond 50 Wishes you an Abundant and 
Prosperous New Year!

For those who are intent on achieving ALL of their New Year resolutions, we offer these thoughts from Asher Fox, last week's guest on "Fat to Fearless" to better understand the inner saboteurs within our subconscious mind.  His program shows you what tools and techniques are needed to align your subconscious in achieving your goals.

 

The Three Levels of the Subconscious Mind:

According to Fox, there are three primary mechanisms the subconscious mind uses to hold your existing beliefs in place and keep them from easily changing.

Critical Gateway - To change your core beliefs, you must convince your subconscious that the new beliefs that you want are true.  The Critical Gateway begins to form around age seven and is usually solidified by our early-teen years.  It is one of the mechanisms of the subconscious mind that preserves your existing belief and thus serves the subconscious mind's function of always proving itself right.  To do this, new information that contradicts your old beliefs and reinforces the new ones must reach the subconscious.  For this to happen. you must  get the Critical Gateway to open.

Reticular Activating System (R.A.S.) - Unlike the Critical Gateway, which is a psychological construct, the R.A.S. is a set of connected nuclei that connects the brain stem with the cortex.  It determines what you pay attention to, specifically what is brought to your conscious awareness.  The R.A.S. has many functions, but the one most relevant to our ability to change core beliefs is that it acts as a filter, determining what information that comes in through our senses is brought to conscious awareness and what is sent directly to the subconscious.

Inner Critic - It preserves our negative subconscious beliefs.  It convinces us we aren't good enough by setting a standard we can never live up to.  You will soon learn that it take both our conscious and subconscious minds to defeat and transform our Inner Critic.  While you may consider this voice to be "you," in actuality, it's an internalized subconscious response from childhood.  It is important that you realize that this critical voice is not who you are.

And then there is our three primary ego states to deal with, which are the Inner Child (that speaks the language of emotions and source of our most powerful emotions) vs. Inner Critic vs. Adult Self.


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