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Alex Hoggan and Charlene Wolfe on EVOLUTION 2012 “The Awakening!”

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Alex Hoggan interviews Charlene Wolfe, who will be presenting “EVOLUTION 2012, The Awakening!”

March 21, 2009
Water and Wellness Center
1057 East 3300 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
(Arrival Time: 9:15 AM, workshop to begin promptly at 9:30 AM)
* Tuition is $75, Pre-registration $25.00
for pre-registration information, contact Charlene Wolfe at 801.867.3255

Written by Derrick Walker

March 7, 2009 at 10:24 pm

Alex Hoggan talks with Dr. Masura Emoto about 2012 and the Mayan Calendar

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Alex Hoggan speaks with Dr. Masura Emoto.

 A world of which every living entity shares a part, and yet about which we know significantly little… Until the groundbreaking work of a pioneer Japanese researcher, Dr. Masura Emoto — whose astonishing discovery about water, documented photographically, changed most of what we didn’t know and led to a new consciousness of Earth’s most precious resource. “The messages from water are telling us to look inside ourselves”

Anxiety

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Anxiety is not something to be taken lightly – especially not for the millions of people around the world suffering from it. When sever enough, anxiety can completely disrupt life. It can make getting though a simple day seem like the most difficult thing in the world. If you have any type of anxiety disorder, you know this to be true. What can be done for anxiety?

Identifying Anxiety:
If you have a serious problem with an anxiety disorder, you may feel symptoms such as a rapid a rapid heart rate brought on by stressful thoughts. This fast heartbeat may cause you to feel dizzy, cold, or clammy. It may seven cause you to faint and lose consciousness. This is one extremely severe symptom of an anxiety disorder, and it is commonly known as a panic attack. If this happens to you, it is in your best interest to see a medical doctor as soon as possible.

Another symptom of an anxiety disorder is the in ability to feel comfortable around other people. This is known as Social Anxiety Disorder. Such a problem can cause a great deal of stress and panic for the person suffering from it. Dealing with friends, family, coworkers, and even strangers can become a seemingly impossible task. A person suffering from Social Anxiety Disorder may not feel comfortable enough around others to hold a normal conversation. He or she may panic when asked a question, or feel incredibly self-conscious when all eyes are on him or her. Eventually, someone with social anxiety disorder will try to hide from social gatherings at any cost. He or she will keep to himself or herself and come across to others as extremely introverted.

Anxiety has other ways of coming out and wreaking havoc on the human brain. Some people have an incredibly difficult time even getting out of the bed in the morning, all due to the fact that as soon as they open their eyes, all they can think about is the negative things the day might bring. This type of anxiety is typically aggravated and set off by an underlying problem in the persons life, such as a death of someone close, the dissolution of a romantic relationship or a marriage, or another devastating event. In these cases, the anxiety can become so overwhelming that the person will eventually lose the ability to properly function mentally.

Managing Anxiety:
Although anxiety can, in some cases, be almost impossible to live normally with, there are many steps that can be taken to control the disorder. A person suffering from anxiety can see a medical doctor known as a psychologist, who deals with treating anxiety. A psychologist can routinely monitor a patient with anxiety and suggest relaxation techniques. Sometimes simply having someone to talk to can better the situation. In certain cases of extreme anxiety, where the anxiety is too disruptive in the patients every day life, a patient can be prescribed anti-anxiety medication.

Latest from Brain Harmony Technology in Salt Lake City, Utah

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Here is the latest presentation from Brain Harmony Technology.

http://www.clickcaster.com/items/brain-harmony-technology-presents

Written by Derrick Walker

February 1, 2009 at 8:21 pm

Leah talks about how neurofeedback helped her overcome seizures.

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A client of Brain Harmony Technology in Salt Lake City, Leah talks about how the neurofeedback program helped her.

A Testimonial from a client of Brain Harmony Technology

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A Testimonial from a client of Brain Harmony Technology

Kirsten describes her experience with Brain State Conditioning, a new technology that balances the electromagnetic energy in the brain without medication and a non-invasive therapy.

Fantastic New Alkaline Water Ionizer

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Here is a video on the new Alkaline Water Ionizer that Alex Hoggan told me is now being sold at Water and Wellness Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. View this video for more information or contact Alex directly at 801.809.2887–

Written by Derrick Walker

January 21, 2009 at 6:40 pm

Danielle Lin Show giving away free bottles of Immunosense

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Here is some good information I found out about yesterday for those interested in free samples of nutritional supplements -

Danielle Lin, health talk radio pioneer talks about Immunosense with James R. France. Listen to the show’s podcast at: http://www.clickcaster.com/channel/item/immunosense-body-replenishment

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Call 1-800-350-7017 and mention the Danielle Lin Show to receive a free bottle of Immunosense.

The human body is exposed to A LOT of germs everyday even if you stay at home. We ingest toxins, chemicals, drugs, and food additives in many cases UNKNOWINGLY everyday, which place the body under stress. Everyday germs and pathogens bombard the skin, respiratory system and digestive system causing the body more stress in trying to keep you healthy. That does not include children that go to school and bring you the latest case of the sniffles or stomach upset. Our immune system when functioning at its peak can defend itself in most cases. But what if you have been going like the Eveready Bunny and your battery is running low and you feel depleted?

The Danielle Lin Show is heard locally in Salt Lake City, Utah on AM 570 KNRS, Sundays from 6:00 PM -8:00 PM.

Neurofeedback in Salt Lake City, Utah

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The center at Brain Harmony Technology in Salt Lake City, Utah performs neurofeedback as an alternative therapy. Below is an article that talk about neruofeedback for peak athletic performance.

 

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Wired for Victory
Can a bunch of electrodes and a computer screen help you swim faster, sink your putts, and swish your free throws? By D.T. Max

With neurofeed-back, athletes train their brains—and get a jump on the competition. (Photo: Raymond Meier)
A quiet mind is a winning mind.

That’s why the players of the Italian soccer team AC Milan gather every two weeks in the Mind Room, a glassed-in facility at the team’s chic training complex. There, on zero-gravity recliners, listening to the soothing sounds of New Age music, they unwind. In a way. Each player’s head is fitted out with miniature electrodes that send a signal from his scalp to a computer, so while he relaxes he can also watch his brain waves play out, like a video game, as brightly colored zigs and zags on a monitor.

Every once in a while, an aberrant wave pattern flickers across the screen. The penalty kick missed against Juventus? Anger at being benched? When these sudden spikes appear, the player’s job is to use all of his mental discipline to banish the discordant thought—the anxiety response of the brain to a negative memory—and return to a neutral, open state, optimal for performance. Behind a wall of glass, the team’s sports psychologists watch the zigzagging lines too, the alpha, beta, and theta waves of the human mind in action, evaluating their stars’ focus and occasionally sending calming words through their earpieces.

 This procedure is called neurofeedback training. Many athletes swear by it and say it improves their performance, among them the tennis champion Mary Pierce and the Olympic gold-medal skier Hermann Maier, not to mention various players on the 2006 World Cup champion Italian soccer team. The goal of neurofeedback, which is becoming increasingly popular for professionals and amateurs alike, is to train the brain so that an athlete stays focused in competition. Experts have shown that a state of calm neutrality can help players perform better. The idea is that we damage ourselves when we can’t get past our irritations and, especially, our remembered failures—our airballs, unforced errors, or pushed one-foot putts. Think of Chuck Knoblauch, the Yankee second baseman whose first surprising throwing errors in the late 1990s started a negative feedback loop—ball after ball sailing into the stands until the former Gold Glove prematurely retired after the 2002 season. Neurofeedback tries to block this downward spiral of self-destructive doubting. When it works, it helps the player find “the zone” and stay in it. The notion that freedom from stress will make you a better athlete is hardly new. “You must swing smoothly to play golf well and you must be relaxed to swing smoothly,” Bobby Jones said decades ago. Thinking has always been stinking. But two things have changed since Jones’s time to make interventions like neurofeedback feasible. We can now define a relaxed state of mind with precision, and we seem to have proof that, once relaxed, the brain can be taught to stay that way.

The history of neurofeedback goes back to the Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov and his conditioning experiments with dogs. Then, in the sixties, the sleep researcher Barry Sterman found that he was able to train cats to produce a particular brain wave called a sensorimotor response (SMR), which created a kind of suspended focus, a feline version of “the zone.” Sterman would go on to help found the discipline of neurofeedback in the seventies at UCLA, when EEG machines—electroencephalography is the grandfather of the discipline—were as big as refrigerators, with electrodes like suction cups. Today, the standard neurofeedback EEG amplifier is no bigger than a USB hub and the electrodes look like the earbuds from an iPod. A coach can carry a neurofeedback kit in his bag and clean up a player’s mind in a hotel room or at halftime. As a result, neurofeedback is going on nearly everywhere.

Written by Derrick Walker

December 21, 2008 at 10:23 pm

Marja Shelley Healing in Salt Lake City!

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Marja Shelley is an Intuitive Counselor and Healer working with a variety of modalities including Tarot, Astrology, Resonance Repatterning™, Reconnective Healing® and Theta Healing®. She has worked with hundreds of people from different backgrounds and ages in helping them with their emotional issues, navigating their life challenges and developing direction in their life aligned with their inner guidance. She offers individual sessions (in person and on the phone) and workshops. To schedule a session or for media or training inquiries, please contact her.

Do you know what you want, but can’t make it happen no matter how hard you try? Transform what isn’t working in your life. Expand you awareness and attain new levels of empowerment and well-being.

Are you experiencing healthy relationships with your family, your pertner, your co-workers, your friends or are you held back by limiting phobias and fears? Do you find yourself repeating the same cyclic life depleting situations or does life flow easily for your? Do you want to improve your sports performance, lose weight, or free yourself from addictions? call Marja today. 801-209-7714
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