The Beatles. Meditation. All Things D.C. Constipation (more than you want to know).
Shayne: “Casey, why the Beatles? I love them but why now?”
Casey: “Because I can’t think of the Beatles without thinking about the 70’s and I can’t think of the 70’s without thinking of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Maharishi achieved fame as the guru to The Beatles and other celebrities. He started the TM program in the late 1970s that claimed to offer practitioners the ability to levitate and to create world peace. The Maharishi is reported to have trained more than 40,000 TM teachers, taught the Transcendental Meditation technique to more than five million people and founded thousands of teaching centers and hundreds of colleges, universities and schools.
And Shayne, I just happen to be practicing TM and I cannot say enough about the benefits. Later in the show we have TM instructor Marjie Biller with us to talk about the practice and a program specifically created for nurses and healthcare practitioners.” For more info check out the TM Women Professionals web site. You can also contact Marjie at 415-715-8778 or email@example.com.
And, just what is the “Fiscal Cliff” and what is it doing to our health? A great scientific experiment is unleashed as we listen to a few callers explain the “fiscal cliff.” Don’t miss it as we are sure you will be disappointed at our low-tech research and analysis.
Then our good friend and Capitol Hill correspondent, Donna Smith joins us to weigh in on all things D.C. What does she say about the “fiscal cliff”, the implementation of Obamacare, Social Security and Medicare? And what’s in store for healthcare in 2013?
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