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USING THE IDEA THAT FREQUENCIES CONTAINED IN THE VOICE ARE HOLOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATIONS OF YOUR STATE OF HEALTH, THE FIELD OF HUMAN BIOACOUSTICS WAS PIONEERED. • Each person possesses unique harmonics of frequency that can be expressed through the voice. However, when these complex frequencies of the body become unbalanced, the voice primarily reflects this altered state, and the body manifests it as dis-stress or dis-ease at the structural and biochemical levels. In reality, there are no sol ...
 
Need a break in your day? Whether you're in your car or your kitchen, or still in bed, Manu Minute brings you the rich sounds from Hawai'i's native forests and shorelines. Each week, we feature a different Hawai'i bird and its unique song, and talk about its environment and conservation.Trying to identify a bird? Call us on The Conversation's talkback line at 808-792-8217 with your name, where you're from and your email so we can reach you if we have questions.Manu Minute is a collaboration ...
 
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A Stage III+ throat cancer survivor, Lee Tomlinson shares intimacy and urgency in his experience with a healthcare system so lacking in compassion it had him considering suicide, and how one simple moment of compassion from a physician saved his life. Lee's book; Compassion Heals: From Self-Care to Healthcare serves as a reminder to all of us, but …
 
Top conservation photographer Ami Vitale rejoins the show to discuss the work of an Indigenous-owned elephant sanctuary in Kenya, where she has shot a wonderful, new, heart-melting film called Shaba. We discuss the Samburu people's inspiring and 'stubborn optimism' for the species, what they are acheiving at Reteti Sanctuary, and new things they're…
 
There’s a hidden superpower in your voice. It can give you the energy you need to feel better, sleep better, and live better. It’s easily accessible, inexpensive, and highly effective. It is…your voice! Professional energy workers and neophytes alike will find palpable solutions that get to the root cause of physical and emotional pain. Katheleen N…
 
Indonesia recently announced exciting news, the sighting of two Javan rhino calves in Ujung Kulon National Park, the last place on Earth where the critically endangered species is found. The new additions bring the estimated population of the species to 73; conservationists have recorded at least one new calf a year joining the population since 201…
 
Patricia L'Dara came to the work of death and dying in 1993 when her mother crossed the threshold. Like many in our Western Culture, Patricia had never been in a room with someone dying and had no idea what to expect. The brilliant beauty and bliss of the experience transformed her life. Since that time, she has helped many souls from all walks of …
 
Often called a panacea, 'tree planting' is a hot topic but it can fail when too little thought goes into it, so the guests on this episode reframe the practice, saying that 'tree growing' ought to be the focus of reforestation programs. 'Right tree, right place, right community” is the approach taken by Trees for Climate Health that guest Erin Axel…
 
Jean Lotus is a Colorado-based award-winning journalist with an expertise in reporting on the emerging industrial hemp industry. She is the publisher of www.hempbuildmag.com, an online trade resource for the hemp building industry. In 2019-2020, she served on the state of Colorado's advisory panel to create the state's "Hemp Blueprint." She aspires…
 
During the past year's pandemic and lockdowns, spending time outdoors has been soothing for many--whether found outside our homes, in parks, or via nature documentaries--and in some ways it was a meaningful reset. Both human health and conservation benefit when we spend time in nature, so today we're discussing reconnection for kids and adults: wha…
 
THIS SHOW WILL BE RESCHEDULED DO TO PLATFORM MALFUNCTION ! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and a PhD from MIT in electrical e…
 
Wildlife researchers often use motion-sensing cameras, also known as camera traps, to study animals in the wild. However, these are usually positioned at ground level, leaving a diverse world of animals unexamined: those that dwell in the trees above. Camera traps set in trees in Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park captured 35 different mammal species o…
 
Move over, plover — there’s a new shorebird in town. Thanks to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, we’ve got the song of the ˊŪlili for you! These indigenous birds recently packed up for the long flight across the Pacific for their mating season, but they’ll be back in August. In today’s Manu Minute, University of Hawaii at Hilo professor Patrick Hart …
 
“This is an incredibly exciting time to be part of the field of bioacoustics,” our guest on this episode says, and she's so right: if you care about wildlife conservation, or really like technology and interesting solutions to big challenges, this episode is for you. Laurel Symes is assistant director of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's bioacoustic…
 
Former underground cannabis cultivator, 12-step member, national wellness brand entrepreneur, business mentor, plant medicine advocate, Brian Chaplin executes on several manifest missions as the Chief Creative Officer of Medicine Box. Having experienced a transformational healing experience through the plant, he admittedly fell into cultivating dur…
 
Have you ever noticed those flocks of finches with bright red eye-masks hanging out in grassy fields? This week, University of Hawaii at Hilo professor Patrick Hart introduces you to the tiny waxbill... common but very eye-catching. This Manu Minute was made with field recordings from the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.…
 
Pamala Oslie is an author, consultant, radio show host, professional psychic intuitive, and aura expert. Pamala has appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, FOX, The Dr. Oz Show, The View, The Ricki Lake Show, Coast to Coast with George Noory, Hallmark’s Home & Family, Gaiam TV with Lisa Garr, and many other television and radio shows. She has also been fea…
 
The U.S. has been M.I.A. on many environmental issues for the last few years, but the new Biden Administration has been announcing positive policies regularly. Among the most important is the “America The Beautiful” plan, laying out a vision for conserving 30% of its lands and waters by 2030, making it the latest country to release what’s called a …
 
When it comes to the world’s forests, two commonly asked questions are “How many trees are on Earth?” and “How many are cut down each year?” A study in the journal Nature proposed answers: 3 trillion and 15.3 billion. Mongabay Reports is a new series that shares evergreen articles like this from Mongabay.com, read by host Mike DiGirolamo. This epis…
 
Jill Mattson's new work addresses specific areas for potential transformation: · Abundance · Anxious or nervous & stressed · Lacking motivation, drive, stamina & interest in life · Want a relationship - attract a partner · Clear your Home of negativity/damaging energy · Lack confidence, shy · Address personal health issues · Tailor your setting to …
 
On this episode we discuss how newly released data shows deforestation rose in 2020, even while tree planting initiatives took root all around the planet. Mongabay founder and CEO Rhett Butler joins us to discuss the 2020 deforestation data, how that fits into broader trends affecting the world’s forests, and what good news there is to take from la…
 
James M. Greenblatt, MD author of Finally Focused:The Breakthrough Natural Treatment Plan For ADHD That Restores Attention, Minimizes Hyperactivity, And Helps Eliminate Drug Side Effects In the United States, 11% of children aged 4-17 (almost 7 million children) have been diagnosed with ADHD. Most of the diagnosed—about 70%—are never treated. ADHD …
 
Susan Bratton is Chair Emeritus of the ad:tech conference; she was both CMO and a member of the Board of Directors for an Anthony Robbins tech start-up as well as serving on numerous boards throughout her career. In 2009, Susan was honored as a “Silicon Valley Woman of Influence” by The Business Journal and as a “Top 10 Internet Pioneer” by AdAge M…
 
Dr. Stephanie Seneff joins us to discuss COVID-19 vaccine's potential effects on human DNA. Learn more about: mRNA vaccinesHuman genomeRNAImmune system stressVitamin D Who is Stephanie Seneff? Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has a B…
 
Are international groups that manage declining tuna populations doing too good a job? Two guests on our show this week illustrate how these managers aren't aiming for sustainability, but rather enable maximum extraction of the 'tuna resource' that graces peoples' dinner plates. Author Jennifer Telesca calls the Atlantic bluefin tuna program one of …
 
Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D., is an award-winning science journalist, Fulbright grantee, and sought-after speaker. Her writing has appeared the New York Times, the Washington Post, and on the cover of Smithsonian magazine and three of her many books have won national awards. She has recently been quoted in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Baltim…
 
Mike Anthony - Professional Actor, Bartender, and Author - Joins us to discuss his book Love, Dad: How My Father Died... Then Told Me He Didn't Imagine being a bartender at a busy Broadway show when just before intermission, you get the call – your too young dad suddenly died. As your family’s screams of despair pierce your ear and instantly shatte…
 
Climate change & loss of biological diversity are just two of the 9 planetary boundaries scientists say humanity is currently pushing the limits of. How long can we sustain society if we keep pushing these limits? We explore this question -- and some leading solutions -- with two guests: Dr. Claire Asher is a freelance science communicator and auth…
 
Award-winning Author and Co-Founder & Director of Project CBD, Martin Lee, joins us on Sound Health Radio to discuss The Essential Guide to CBD - a reliable, easy-to-understand primer, written by the editors of Reader's Digest and the experts at Project CBD. Drawing from peer-reviewed research and medical studies, as well as interviews with neurosc…
 
Palm oil plantations look likely to become a new cause of deforestation and pollution across the Amazon: though companies say their supply chains are green and sustainable, critics in Brazil--including scientists & federal prosecutors--cite deforestation, chemical pollution, and human rights violations. Mongabay's Rio-based editor Karla Mendes inve…
 
Jordan Gruber joins us on Sound Health Radio to discuss his coauthored book: The Bounce: The Complete SuperBound® Guidebook to 21st-Century Rebound Exercise The Bounce is the definitive new guidebook to rebound exercise, written by two devoted practitioners committed to sharing its transformative qualities. Bouncing uniquely challenges and leverage…
 
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