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  Mary Louise Muller M.Ed., RCST, RPP: Healing thoughts for the Gulf
Dr. Masaru Emoto is the scientist from Japan who has done all the research and publications about the characteristics of water. Among other things, his research revealed that water physically responds to emotions. Many people have the predominantly angry emotion when we consider what is happening in the Gulf.

  Helice “Sparky” Bridges: Gentle Yoga Tri-athlete at Age 68
68 years young…spiritual Tri-athlete wishing you grand slam home run FUN…first spirit, then mind and body. No matter what our age is, we are the athletes that the world needs most…wisdom, kindness makes us forever young.

  Helice “Sparky” Bridges: Really? One person can change the world?
One bad apple can ruin the bunch, but what about if that apple can turn good? Listen how that happened with a school bully and how so many lives were changed... in less than a minute.

  Helice “Sparky” Bridges: Is There More to Life Than Work?
Helice Bridges tells a true-life story that is guaranteed to change your perspective on life and work.

  Max Simon: Meditation and the Self-Centered Tour
Learn to meditate and your world can instantly change. Can't stop the constant commotion in your mind? See how, in the midst of the hustle-bustle of life, you can find the quietness inside.

  Tom McCarthy: What is the core emotion in persuasive people?
What trait do great leaders, great sales people have in common?

  Loren M. Gelberg-Goff: Finding Hope and Being hopeful: Even in Stressful Times
5 important steps to take to stay connected to, or reconnect to, the hope that resides within you.

  Brett Farmiloe: From Accountant to Goat Breeder
Linda Harrison worked 15 years as an accountant before realizing that she wouldn't be happy until she was working outside. So she purchased The Green Pastures goat Farm and has been operating it happily ever since.

  David L. Weatherford: Slow Dance
Don't Dance too Fast. A little dose of wisdom for all of us living in this fast-paced world.

  Nanice Ellis: Boot Camp: Welcome
Welcome! Boot Camp for Your Life offers you the opportunity to get back in touch with your core dreams and desires and choose the life you have long ago forgotten – in those dreams and desires, life also chooses you.

  Greg Betts: Re-discover your Desire at Work
What do you do when the passion is gone? Greg Betts, Executive Coach, teaches you simple, effective ways to find your passion and power at work - once again.

  Chris Brown: Balancing the Broomstick
Ever thought you could equate life to balancing a broomstick? Tricky at times! But what about if life hands you a sledge hammer or an I-beam to balance? Gain some useful insight from Chris Brown, Humorist Extraordinaire, on how to handle life's challenges.

  Brett Farmiloe: Do You Love your Job?
Pursue the Passion van goes to the streets of Seattle to ask the man/woman on the street - "Do You Love our Job?" What did they say?

  Yoga Vista Studio: What Do All these People Have in Common?
Senior citizens, office workers, empty nesters, school teachers and others all share a common passion for the health of their body, minds and spirits! Learn their secret.

  Robin Bronk: You Vote!
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead

  Perpetuum Jazzile: From Slovenia! Listen with Pleasure
We are all truly connected... enjoy this beautiful version of Toto's 1980's hit performed by the beautiful jazz choir, Perpetuum Jazzile from Slovenia. Listen with Pleasure!

  Sadie Nardini: Is My Asana Too Fat? Yoga For The Rest Of Us
Family drama, reactivity, anxiety, overeating, under-eating, self-criticism, aggression, victimhood and a million other ways we live our fears and insecurities out loud, all show up in the way we look, feel, and even do our Down Dogs.

  Dr. Ray Angelini: Optimism Key to Combating Negativity
Michelangelo, the great renaissance artist once said, "The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that is too low and we reach it."
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