Saturday, November 28, 2015

Winter: Growing a Giant & Organic Garden

For Beyond 50's "Gardening" talks, listen to an interview with Roland Evans. He is part of a long line of family gardeners from Ireland, going back to the 1890s. His brother John is famous for earning 9 Guinness Book of World Records for growing the largest vegetables. According to him, the secret is in the soil. He will talk about how to prepare your Winter plantings for growing them organic and extra big through revitalizing the soil using a compost tea of lots of micro-organisms. Tune in to Beyond 50: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.

Beyond 50 on Holiday Break!


 
 Friday, November 27
A Live & Online Broadcast
 
We'll be back again next week to feature 
great guests to learn from.

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Too Hard to Retire:
Faults of the Social
Security System 
For Beyond 50's "Finance" talks, listen to an interview with Andrew Gause.  He is America's foremost expert on the history of U.S. currency and editor of "The World of Money" newsletter.  He'll discuss about how millions of Social Security recipients will not receive a cost-of-living increase in their checks next year.  This is a huge blow to older Americans who are retired or trying to plan for retirement, and it also means they may face another setback: About 30 percent of Medicare recipients could face large increases in their healthcare premiums.  Gause will also go over the true rate of inflation and why it is a national secret; why inflation is now officially "baked into our monetary system"; what we can learn from Greece's defaults; the faults of the Social Security program; as well as offer tips for how all of us can protect the value of our money when government benefits prove unreliable.


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Kitchen Sink Gardening: Sprout 
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Jean-Pierre Parent.  He is the owner of a probiotic food and drink company in Portland, Oregon.  You can learn from him about sprouting your own food.  Sprouting seeds increases their nutrient availability, from 50 - 2,000%, with an average of about 500%.  His favorite seeds to sprout are Broccoli, Chia, Flax and Hemp.


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For Committed Couples:
Falling Back in Love
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Jane deForest.  She'll talk about using alternative and ancient methods of shifting the thinking and approach between a couple about their marriage and their partner.  She incorporates traditions in Shamanism to guide gouples on a journey of soul retrieval - collecting the pieces and parts of the psyche that were inadvertently left in past trauma, damange and abandonment.  Second, she focuses on opening the heart using a Buddhist meditation called Metta, along with Tantric breathing to awaken the life force energy and the oneness of the couple through "entrainment."  In the final process, deForest uses guided meditation and remote viewing - a tethering to a joint future and bringing it back to the current moment to help them focus on their goal and realize them.


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An Alternative to Black Friday

Beyond 50 Encourages You to Make it an Occasion
This Year to Recognize Small Business Saturday (Nov. 28)

by Shopping Your Local Neighborhood Stores.


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Friday, November 20, 2015

Inflammation is the Root Cause of the Biggest Killers

For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Dr. Duke Johnson of Nutrilite. He will introduce the new field of nutrigenomics: the science of how nutrients interact with our DNA molecules and affect how our genes are expressed. He has debunked the idea that your family genes necessarily determine your fate. He'll also discuss why inflammation, not genetic heritage, is the main risk factor for the "big four" chronic diseases. Tune in to Beyond 50: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.

White Heron Pioh Ceremony


 The White Pioh Ceremony
Friday, November 20
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, listen to an interview with Dirk Yow.  He is an appointed and respected Medicine Man of the Alaskan Tlingkit community. He'll talk about the White Heron Pioh that is a form of internal cleansing with water for the body to regain its vitality.


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Life Insurance Settlements:
Cashing Out Your
Life Insurance Policy
For Beyond 50's "Finance" talks, listen to an interview with Allan Silverman (888-322-7678).  He'll explain about how you can convert your Life Insurance Policy into cash to help fund retirement through a Life Insurance Settlement.  It is an alternative to accepting the insurance company's surrender value for the policy.  You'll find out what is a Life Insurance Settlement, who qualifies, what types of policies are can be converted, the tax implications, and much more.


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Thanksgiving
and the
Wampanoag Indians
In celebration of Thanksgiving, listen to an interview with Kalani Queypo.  He is a Native American actor of the Blackfeet tribe on the historical drama, "Saints and Strangers" (in photo on far left).  He plays Squanto who was captured and enslaved, living in Europe for a decade where he learned to speak English.  When he returned to America, he found his tribe had been decimated by disease, making him the lone survivor, and he ends up living among his "cousin" tribe of the Pokanoket.  He finds himself back at home, but not feeling at home.  Queypo will explain about the real history behind the trials and tribulations of the first settlers at Plymouth: 102 men, women and children who sailed on a chartered ship for a place they had ever seen.  Of this group, half were those we know as “Pilgrims,” religious separatists who abandoned their prior lives for a single cause: religious freedom.  The other, the “adventurers,” were motivated by real-world material objectives as opposed to spiritual ideas.  This clash of values created complex inner struggles for the group as they sought to establish new individual identities and a new colony, compounded by a complicated relationship with the Native Americans.  


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International Forecaster: France is Funding ISIS

    The question of how ISIS is financing its operations is of so little interest to the U.S. State Department that they haven't bothered to look into it.  So in the interest of helping them out with their homework, let's connect a few dots, shall we?
  
    Earlier this year, it was revealed that French President Fran├žois Hollande had authorized illegal shipments of arms to the Syrian terrorists in 2012.  The deliveries--including cannons, machine guns, rocket launchers and anti-tank missiles--were in direct contravention of an EU embargo that was in place at the time.

    In late 2012 it was revealed that one of the most prominent backers of the Syrian terrorists was the French government, who in addition to their illegal arms shipments were also delivering money directly to the terrorist opposition leaders.
  
    Last year the French arms export industry enjoyed its best sales in 15 years, with revenues up 18%.  The reason for the Merchant of Death bonanza?  A spike in sales to Saudi Arabia and Qatar, two of the main funders and supporters of ISIS.
  
    Of course, not all of the blame for the fostering, funding, arming, equipping and training of ISIS belongs to France.  Much of it belongs to the United States, its Gulf allies, Turkey and Israel, as well as assorted other NATO members.  But there is a line to be drawn from the arms and funds that France supplied to the "moderate" terrorists in Syria and the seeming international operational abilities of this seemingly unstoppable terrorist boogeyman group.



    France is a nation in mourning. But perhaps the French people can reserve at least some of their outrage for the government which has used their own tax money to fund, supply and support the terrorists they are now at war with.  Beyond 50's Note: Here is an  related article that was released on Monday entitled "Breaking: Putin Reveals ISIS Funded by 40 Countries, Including G20 Members."  For more from Bob Chapman, we recommend that you subscribe to his E-newsletter called "The International Forecaster."  We encourage you to listen to his past interview called "Bob Chapman: International Forecaster".


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Building a House of Straw

For Beyond 50's "Green Living & Sustainable Practices" talks, listen to an interview with Carolyn Roberts. She yearned to live in harmony with nature with her two teenage sons in the Southwest and decided to build her own dream home made of straw. With no carpentry experience, it was a labor of love and pains - rebuilding herself along the way. Tune in to Beyond 50: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.

No Limits


 No Limits
Friday, November 13
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Leah Goldstein.  She is a world champion kick-boxer, Race Across America winner, one of the first female instructors of the elite Commando division of the Israeli Military, and a record-breaking professional cyclist.  She'll talk about not ever backing down from a challenge.  Her mission is to push people past their perceived boundaries and live the life they want and deserve. 


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November is Native American Heritage Month

“The old people came literally to love the soil and they sat or reclined on the ground with a feeling of being close to a mothering power. The soil was soothing, strengthening, cleansing and healing.”
— Luther Standing Bear

Thanksgiving and the Wampanoag Indians
Tuesday, November 17
In celebration of Thanksgiving, listen to an interview with Kalani Queypo.  He is a Native American actor of the Blackfeet tribe on the historical drama, "Saints and Strangers" (in photo on far left).  You'll learn from him about the real history behind the trails and tribulations of the first settlers at Plymouth: 102 men, women and children who sailed on a chartered ship for a place they had ever seen.  Of this group, half were those we know as “Pilgrims,” religious separatists who abandoned their prior lives for a single cause: religious freedom.  The other, the “adventurers,” were motivated by real-world material objectives as opposed to spiritual ideas. 

This clash of values created complex inner struggles for the group as they sought to establish new individual identities and a new colony, compounded by a complicated relationship with the Native Americans.  The powerful Wampanoag Indian chief Massasoit negotiated the earliest agreements with the Pilgrim leaders – treaties that would remain binding until his death decades later.  In addition, historians credit Massasoit and his people with the settlers’ success by sharing farming and fishingtechniques.

We encourage you to join in the conversation with Kalani Queypo next Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 8 a.m. (PT)/11 a.m. (ET).



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Sunday, November 8, 2015

Compassion, Strength, & The Inner Critic

For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Rod Birney and Suzanna Nadler. They'll talk about basic skills to recognize and disengage from the inner critic, self-soothe agitated internal states through the use of empathic statements, own projections, understand old patterns of relating and their effect in the present, and practice a grounding meditation.Tune in to Beyond 50 Radio: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and spiritual lifestyle. Visit www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.

Get Your Life Back: A Twelve-Week Journey to Overcome Stress, Anxiety, and Depression


  
 Get Your Life Back:
A Twelve-Week Journey to Overcome Stress, Anxiety and Depression 

Friday, November 6
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 Mary Heath from the UK.  She offers a 12-week program to step out of the stress cycle of anxiety, panic attacks, low confidence and depression.  You'll find out about exercises to regain your balance and get your life back.  Not only will you become healthier and stronger with her effective program, you will also gain confidence that you area able to handle any stress well.


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Heal Your PTSD:
Dynamic Strategies That Work
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Michele Rosenthal.  She is a Post-Trauma Coach and founder of the HealyMyPTSD.com.  Rosenthal offers ideas and exercises for a trauma survivor to use for their emotional health.  Recovery from PTSD is possible.  As proof, she is a PTSD survivor who struggled with symptoms for over 25 years.  Then, a healing rampage led her to freedom.  


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The Painting Experience
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Stewart Cubley.  He is the Director of The Painting Experience.  He'll explain about what is process painting - painting directly from intuition and how it differs from art therapy.  Cubley's method of working with others is through a respectful questioning process that invites you to extend yourself into new areas of thought and feeling.  You'll also learn about how to deal with creative blocks and work with the inner critic.


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Wednesday, November 11
"In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a scarce man,
and brave, and hated and scorned.  When his cause succeeds,
the timid join him,  for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."
- Mark Twain 

Beyond 50 Honors the Veterans Who Have Sacrificed Their Lives for Us to Achieve Liberty and Sovereignty.


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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Join the Anti-Forced Vaccination Movement

For Beyond 50's "Medical" talks, listen to an interview with Croft Woodward, Ph.D. He is part of a growing, global movement against the mass vaccination plans by the World Health Organizations (W.H.O.) and the pharmaceutical industries in regards to the (A) H1N1 (Human-Avian-Swine) Flu. He'll expose all the hype and "smoke and mirrors" being used to scare the public. Join the fight! Tune in to Beyond 50: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for Exclusive Updates.

Sacred Indian Burial Grounds


 
 Sacred Indian Burial Grounds
Friday, October 30
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

In celebration of Halloween, listen to an interview with Sherrie Davis. She is a First Nations Cherokee intuitive, holistic health practitioner, and Paranormal Investigator in Vancouver, Washington. She'll talk about Ancient Indian Burial Grounds that have been mishandled by paranormal investigators who do not know or have the knowledge or skills in tribal traditions. She has also discovered several older and newer homes developed and built on top of old Native American, burial sites around Oregon and Washington. This unsettlement of the burial sites, causes a spiritual disturbance to the tribal people buried in the sites and in most cases causing a spiritual awakening and disturbance of the spirits connected to the bones and artifacts buried in the sites. Along with doing paranormal investigations, Tribal Ceremonies and blessings to bring peace and healing to the land and homes of tribal burial grounds and help bring peace to the ones who have lost their way.


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Permaculture
For Beyond 50's "Green Living" talks, listen to an interview with Jan Martin Bang from Norway.  He will talk about Permaculture as patterns embedded in our natural world as inspirations for designing solutions to create sustainable and effective human settlements.  Many approaches are used, based on a dialogue with Nature: integrating microclimate, functional plants, animals, soils, water management and human needs into intricately connected, highly productive systems.   You'll also learn about the Permaculture Ethic they go by that is about People Care, Earth Care and Fair Share.  


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Exploring Intimacy Healing
Through the Three Lower Chakras
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Catie Rose.  She is a Reiki Master Teacher with Pacific Wellness Associates in Portland, Oregon.  Her talk is an exploration of finding true center through discovery­ and integration of the three lower chakras into our journey.  The root/base, sacral, and solar plexus chakras contain a wealth of knowledge with which we can use to navigate our path in this life.  Awareness of our true, current state of being and past experiences through these chakras can facilitate healing, grounding, and a more creative, fulfilling future.  Many of us feel a sense of displacement and disconnectedness with our own true center and in our interactions with our fellowman.  Self-intimacy can pave the way for intimacy and love with our fellowman and create a safe space for healing through discovering the sacred self.  Learning that we are creatures of creation gives us more room to BE instead of struggling and striving to find what we need through what we "should" do, "should" be or "should" want.


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Adventures in the Anthropocene:
A Journey to the Heart of the Planet We Made
For Beyond 50's "Green Living" talks, listen to an interview with Gaia Vince.  She is a science journalist who immersed herself in the most up-to-date research on the dangers of climate change.  But in order to see the faces behind the flowcharts, Vince left her post to seek out communities where our changing climate is already a matter of life or death.  She shares her encounters about the people who can’t wait for the rest of the world to catch up.  These dispatches from “the human side of climate change” obliterate the notion that our society’s gravest crisis is simply too big to combat.  In these portraits of ordinary people coming up with the most extraordinary innovations — mountains painted white to decrease surface temperature, artificial glaciers to provide drinking water in the dry months.  The essential global effort that seems so remote is already underway, rising from the ground up.


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Hold on, man. We don't go anywhere with "scary,"
"spooky," "haunted," or "forbidden" in the title.
- From Scooby-Doo

Beyond 50 Wishes You a Very Happy Halloween!

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