Saturday, May 17, 2003

The Laura Lee Show: Schedule for May 19 - 23, 2003

Monday, May 19 - Dr. Peter D'Adamo - Your Blood Type Reflects Your Internal Chemistry, Dr. Peter D'Adamo offers an innovative reason for these differences: Blood type determines how people should eat, exercise, handle stress, and combat disease. It is the key that unlocks the mysteries of disease, longevity, fitness, and emotional strength. It determines your susceptibility to illness, the foods you should eat, and ways to avoid the most troubling problems of human health. This is a Laura Lee Vault Presentation - originally aired 01/18/97.'Adamo.htm

Tuesday, May 20 - William Poundstone - Culling Creativity, Why Microsoft and other companies use puzzles in the interview process (why is a manhole cover round, not square? How many gas stations are there in the U.S.?) to hire the flexible, quick-on their feet candidates. His book is "How Would You Move Mt. Fuji?"

Wednesday, May 21 - Maggie Phillips - Energy Therapy for the Mind, If correcting imbalances in the body frees the flow of qi or life force energy to regain health, the same principles can apply to the mind and emotions. Maggie Phillips, author of "Finding the Energy to Heal: How EMDR, Hypnosis, TFT, Imagery, and Body-Focused Therapy Can Help Resolve Health Problems" explains how "energy therapy" can open inner healing pathways that have been frozen by stress, trauma, and unresolved developmental issues. This is a Laura Lee Audio Vault Presentation - originally aired 04/25/01.

Thursday, May 22 - Sherrill Sellman - The Dangers of Hormone Drugs, She's been saying for years that synthetic hormones, birth control pills, mammograms are dangerous to women's health and well-being. As the mainstream media concurs, Sherrill gives an update. This is a Laura Lee Vault Presentation - originally aired 9/12/02.

Friday, May 23 - Moustafa Gadalla - Ancient Egyptian Cosmology, What do we know of the ancient Egyptian view of the world? Cairo-born researcher pieces together the coherent, far-reaching philosophy that made the Egyptians, according to Herodotus, "the happiest,
healthiest, and most spiritual people".

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