Patricia Raskin

Patricia Raskin

host of the Patricia Raskin Positive Living radio show, is a nationally recognized, multi-media radio talk show host, award-winning producer, speaker and author.

Lynne McTaggart

Tune in as Patricia interviews Lynne McTaggart, one of the preeminent spokespersons on consciousness, the new physics and the science of spirituality, is the award-winning journalist and author of five books, including the worldwide bestsellers The Field and The Intention Experiment. As editorial director of What Doctors Don't Tell You, she also publishes one of the world's most highly praised health newsletters and runs highly popular health and spirituality teleconferences and workshops. Lynne is also the architect of the Intention Experiments, a web-based 'global laboratory', involving an international consortium of prestigious scientists and thousands of people in countries around the world testing the power of intention to heal the world.  Most recently her book The Intention Experiment and its website were prominently featured in the plotline of Dan Brown's latest blockbuster The Lost Symbol.

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Listen to Hale Dwoskin on Patricia Raskin Positive Living on Sunday June 5th 12:30-1:00PM ET on 630WPRO AM & 99.7 FM. Listeners can call in to the show at (401) 438-W-P-R-O (401-438-9776) or toll free at 1 (800) 321-W-P-R-O (1-800-321-9776) and listen live on www.630wpro.com. Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Hale Dwoskin, author of the New York Times Best Seller, The Sedona Method: Your Key to Lasting Happiness, Success, Peace and Emotional Well-being and creator of the new film Letting Go. Hale is one of the 24 teachers from the movie The Secret and a founding member of the Transformational Leadership Council. He is the CEO and Director of Training of Sedona Training Associates, an organization headquartered in Sedona, Arizona.Hale will discuss the Sedona Method®, a unique, simple, powerful, easy-to-learn and duplicate technique that shows you how to uncover your natural ability to let go of any painful or unwanted feeling, belief or thought in the moment. For over three decades, hundreds of thousands of people from around the globe,  have used The Sedona Method® to eliminate suffering and create all their heart's deepest and most worthy desires.

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We tend to get angry over the little things – the way someone says something, the item they forgot, the clothes they left on the floor, the dirty dishes in the sink, the item they forgot to get in the grocery store, to name a few.
We tend to get angry over the little things – the way someone says something, the item they forgot, the clothes they left on the floor, the dirty dishes in the sink, the item they forgot to get in the grocery store, to name a few.
If we believe in the concept of “six degrees of separation” that we are all connected. Those coincidences, serendipities, and chance happenings that come when we really need them are part of the connectedness we share.
We all have intuition which can guide us when we listen. But we also have those old voices that give us messages that do not serve us anymore and in fact, hinder our progress. These are the voices that say, “You won’t get that, the money won’t come in, this person will not hear me, or my body can’t heal.” These are the fearful inner voices that temporarily overtake our positive movement.
We all hear and we all listen but there is a big difference between the two in quality and quantity. When we hear, we hear words. When we are not paying attention, we hear sound. If we look attentive, we can often get away with not listening, but listening gives us and the person we are talking to something far greater.
As we end one phase in our lives, a new one begins. And so it goes with life’s transitions. The challenge with transitions, exciting as they can be, is that we do not know what’s on the other side. It’s all new and change can be scary.

Kind words always make a difference, but especially over the holidays. This is the season of giving and gifts go beyond things. Words and kind deeds mean as much and often more.

 

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