Thursday, March 25, 2010

My Hundredth Post - Pink Floyd - First in Space

back in the day - after Syd
more recently

My friend Laura Nuescheler posted this video of Roger Waters of Pink Floyd performing The Wall after the Berlin Wall came down in 1990. I wouldn't feel right if i didn't post Pink Floyd performing it also - pick your favorite - Pink Floyd's version at Live 8 in London, summer 2005, is below Roger's. Watch them and break through!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Guided Regression and Radio Program

More past life regression information, if you feel so inclined. Rockland World Radio hosts a program featuring my colleagues and friends Anton Bluman, Rory Pinto and Paul Lamb, New Perspectives, every Thursday evening at 6pm. I was their guest a couple of weeks ago. The program focused on past life regression. We discussed what someone might experience, as well as background on what we sometimes discover and why people participate in a regression. In other words, okay, what's in it for me?

We might regress in order to learn more about ourselves, our health, our emotions, our psychological patterns, pain in our body we can't explain or heal, reconnect with talents and abilities, to understand or release ourselves from promises or pacts that no longer serve us, and relationship issues. Though the experience itself may be either vivid or mundane, it is the result that is important. We may gain understanding or relief; physical, emotional, intellectual or spiritual; healing, and so on. Please give a listen if you have an extra hour or so. The regression is about 20 minutes into the show (and the first two minutes are chanting, if you can wait it out!). Hope you enjoy. Would love to hear your experience! Click here for the regression. Choose the March 4 program link. The link may not work in Mozilla Firefox and may need to be opened in Microsoft Internet Explorer or another browser.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Just had a chance to see Michael Jackson This Is It last night. It was a very powerful statement to the fact that he still had so much creativity within him. I had never been a tremendous fan, even though I love his music. Watching his creative process was incredible, a real gift that gave me insight that led me to believe that he was taken too early. I thought about one of my favorite movies, or actually a movie that has been made three times; "Here Comes Mr. Jordan", then remade as "Heaven Can Wait" two times. In the recent theme of my blogs, past lives, regressions, progressions, why we come into the lives we are in, I do believe that people have unfinished business, that they are sometimes taken too soon, and that they come back. I do not believe we have heard the last of Michael Jackson and his amazing talent. It will stretch throughout his lifetimes, maybe again sooner than we might think. Here is one of his most recent songs, "Earth Song".


Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Listen to Thursday March 4, 6-7 pm

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Past Life Regression

A Key To Understanding The Present,
And Releasing The Limitations Of The Past


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Monday, March 1, 2010

Brownie Blog X2

I was fortunate enough to receive a recipe from my sister Karen Smith for great brownies! Karen passed along this recipe created by her friend Karen Zeller. I am including the original recipe, to die for, and a healthier alternative, high fiber, low fat, that you don't have to die for. Both versions are fudgy and rise just enough to set slightly. I am hoping to find a way to also lower the glycemic index with a lower sugar content.

Karen Zeller's Brownies - Original recipe
1/2 cup butter
1 cup sugar
2 eggs, beaten
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla
3/4 cups flour
2 squares semi sweet chocolate, melted and cooled slightly
3/4 cup nuts chopped (optional)

preheat oven to 350o
grease 8"x8" glass baking dish
Cream butter and sugar. Mix but don't beat salt, baking powder, vanilla, chocolate and stir. Add beaten eggs. Add flour and turn in nuts (optional).
Bake for 20 minutes
Substitutions for low fat, high fiber, higher Omega 3
substitute 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce for 1/2 cup butter
substitute 1/2 cup whole wheat flour and 1/4 cup ground flax for 3/4 cup white flour
recommend chopped walnuts for additional omega 3s.

Batter of substitute version is a little thinner but sets up just as nicely in 20 minutes in the oven.