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 Beyond 50's Radio Interviews: December 2016 

Public Enemies
Thursday, December 1
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

Goodbye Lupus
Friday, December 2
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)

Lost Masters: Rediscovering the Mysticism of the Ancient Greek Philosophers
Wednesday, December 7
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

Writing Open the Mind: Tapping the Subconscious to Free the Writing and the Writer
Friday, December 9
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)

Understanding the Electoral College

Wednesday, December 14
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

The Sous Vide Method: A Supremely Healthy Way to Cook

Thursday, December 15
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

Dr. Greg Tefft: Your Hair is the Key to Your Health

Wednesday, December 21
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

An Irish Christmas

Thursday, December 22
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

Reverse Speech: Messages from the Subconscious

Wednesday, December 28
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

Loneliness: The Virus of the Modern Age

Thursday, December 29
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)

Herb Cohen: Negotiate This

Friday, December 30
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)

Beyond 50 Radio: Top Video of the Week                       

Lost Masters: Rediscovering the Mysticism
of the Ancient Greek Philosophers 

For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Linda Johnsen.  She has uncovered evidence of astonishing similarities between some of the ancient Western world's greatest thinkers and India's yogis, including a belief in karma and reincarnation.  Ashrams in Europe twenty-five hundred years ago?  Greek philosophers studying in India? Meditation classes in ancient Rome?  It sounds unbelievable, but it's historically true.  Alexander the Great had an Indian guru. Pythagoras, Empedocles, and Plotinus all encouraged their students to meditate. Apollonius, the most famous Western sage of the first century c.e., visited both India and Egypt.  Today, ancient Greek philosophers are remembered as the founders of Western science and civilization.  We've forgotten that for over a thousand years, they were revered as sages, masters of spiritual wisdom.  Tune in to Beyond 50: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and spiritual lifestyle. Visit and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.


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Hidden Meanings Behind the "Arrival" Movie

The Law of  Forgiveness

Home Sweet Anywhere

Beyond Your Grief

Hidden Meanings Behind the "Deadpool" Movie

Vastu: East Indian Feng Shui

Hidden Meanings Behind the Movie, "In the Heart of the Sea"

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Beyond 50 Radio: Article of the Week                      

Says Who?
How One Simple Question Can
Change the Way You Think Forever

For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Ora Nadrich.  She is a Certified Life Coach and Mindfulness Meditation teacher.  According to her, we think 60,000-70,000 thoughts a day, and sadly, it's the negative ones we tend to hear the loudest.  But using a set of daily, simple questions, we can stop them the instant they pop up to sabotage us.  It's as simple a practice as brushing your teeth.  It will work for anyone.  She'll also discuss about why revealing the nature of a negative thought robs its power over us; why most of our negative thoughts don't even belong to use; why negative thoughts are so comforting; and more.

Questioning Your Thoughts

According to Nadrich, when you question your thoughts, it can affect both the conscious and subconscious levels of the mind.  The beliefs within them must be the same to achieve your desires.   

In the process, you can also access your Authentic Self (that is your self-esteem or healthier image of yourself) as you let go of unwanted, damaging thoughts and beliefs.

When you become more aware of your thought stream to question the negative ones for release, it is a practice of mindfulness to be more in the present - in the moment with "calm awareness."  It's ideal to live more in the moment (for inner peace and confidence), the observer mode, than getting entangled by thoughts of the past and future, the reactive mode.

Types of Thoughts

Oftentimes we wrestle with a variety of disturbing thoughts.  There are several kinds:

Fear-Based Thoughts are different than fear that arises from a genuine threat.

"The difference between fear of a genuine threat and a fear-based thought is that fear-based thoughts have no basis in protecting our survival from something that is truly harmful or life-threatening.  They are simply worries, doubts and/or insecurities, which often are exaggerated, blown out of proportion, and can even be imagined or not true," explained Nadrich.

Automatic Thoughts are the ones that just pop up when we least expect them in an involuntary way.  Sometimes they've been triggered by someone or something unexpectedly to create a knee-jerk kind of thought response.

Judgmental Thoughts that come from opinions, values and judgments.  Nadrich recognizes that we can be passive or lazy with Judgmental thoughts to become ignorant, even arrogant, when not questioned.

An Exercise to Try: The Says Who Questions

To experience what it means to have control of your thought, you can ask yourself seven, specific questions.  As you respond honestly to each one, you can more easily and effectively let go of negative and stressful thoughts that create an emotional charge.  Experience it for yourself.

Acknowledge first what you are thinking and feeling; observe it without reacting.  For every stressful thought, ask yourself the following things:
1. Says who? 
2. Have I heard someone say this thought before? 
3. Do I like this thought? 
4. Does this thought make me feel better? 
5. Does this thought work for me? 
6. Am I in control of this thought? 
7. Do I want to keep this thought or let it go?

Each question you ask will help you to know your negative thoughts better by identifying them AND help you transform your negative thoughts into positive ones by changing them.

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