Part 1: This is Part 1 of my 2 part interview with Walter Selens. Walter is a licensed massage therapist who has been practicing bodywork since 1988. He began studying Parapsychology in 1986 in the Parapsychology Program at Cape Cod Community College. He started off as a paranormal investigator and when the classroom focus changed, he found himself studying energy patterns in health and bodywork. He decided to switch his major to Massage Therapy and is now a Neuromuscular Therapist at Gorham Muscular Therapy located in Gorham, Maine. In this interview, he shares some really interesting information about being recognized as having a “psychic ability” by the US Air Force, some paranormal occurrences he encountered on Cape Cod, why he decided to become a Massage Therapist as well as talk about a unique service of showing parents how to massage their infants! Walter is quite the character, so you will definitely enjoy this show!
Part 2: Weekly Words – Lynda talks about our circle of influence and how certain parts of our life are very similar to the 5 people we spend the most time with.
Part 1: We all have probably either known someone who has taken their own life or have heard of suicide and how it affects the loved ones who are left behind. However, it’s one of those subjects that people tend to not talk about. But like I’ve said on my show many times before, the only way we can make things change is by being willing to acknowledge the topic and have these tough discussions. In this episode, I speak with Greg Marley, the Director of Suicide Prevention for the Maine branch of NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness). Greg talks about what mental illness is, what signs you can look for and shares tips on how to help those you love who may be suffering from a mental illness.
MedRhythms – Music and Neuroscience for Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injuries, MS, Parkinson’s and Cerebral Palsy – Episode 125
Brian’s clinical work is focused at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston where he created and implemented their first inpatient full time Neurologic Music Therapy program, specializing in Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injuries, MS, Parkinson’s and Cerebral Palsy and built this program to be the most comprehensive NMT program in the country.
Music has been demonstrated to globally activate the human brain, including areas that are responsible for movement, language, attention, memory, executive function, and emotion. There is profound evidence that rhythm is able to engage the motor system to improve functional outcomes and Brian will explain how this therapy works.
Cathleen Elle is a three time #1 International Best Selling Author, Global Speaker, Certified Success Coach, Healer and Co-Host of Beyond Your Best Plan Podcast. Cathleen shares powerful healing techniques for those who have experienced unexpected loss or hidden trauma to reconnect, uncover, and embrace their joy and connect with their loved ones’ light. She has coped with multiple traumas, but the death of her 19-year-old son, Logan, from suicide was the catalyst that changed her life forever. Today, she assists in changing the trajectory of others’ lives by providing the tools that aid them on moving through the emotions accompanied by these challenging experiences.
Part 1: Sarah Kelly of Sarah Kelly Coaching and Love Yourself shares her very personal story of being a victim of ritualistic abuse at a very young age as well as her journey with substance use disorder and recovery. For years she wanted love, but found she needed to love herself first before she could attract the right love into her life. Sarah will talk about why self love is so important for not just ourselves but how it can help unify our divided country and heal the whole world.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about how words affect us emotionally, mentally and physically and why it’s so important to be aware of what you say to yourself and who you surround yourself with.