EMFs, Dangers of Electromagnetics, Wellness Pods, Remindful Apps & Celebrating Songwriters (1426)

In Hour One, Haj Khalsa, the founder of Random Apps of Kindness and the creator of the re-mindful app, joins us to App-pease you.

Details Hour 1: Show Intro, Sponsors, Levi’s Reading, Music Set #1, Sponsors, Featured Guest: Haj Khalsa, Music Set #2, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #1, Music Set #3, Sponsors

In Hour Two, Dr. Howard Fisher, on the current health dangers from electromagnetic radiation previewing his upcoming presentation at The Energy Kinesiology Association’s Expanding Horizons of Wellness Conference in Santa Fe in September.

Details Hour Two: Featured Guest: Howard Fisher Seg. #1, Sponsors, Featured Guest: Howard Fisher Seg. #2, Sponsors, Singer Songwriter Music Set #4, Sponsors

In Hour Three, we have a Spotlight Conversation with: Sudarshan Ahben, Case Manager of the Santa Fe Soul Foundation and Lauren Lavail, Executive Director of the Foundation, introducing us to the Wellness Pod Programs as a model of holistic healing and community service. We continue our Retrospective with Laurie McClain, an engaging poet-performer who tackles life’s tough issues in song and lyric. Laurie is coming all the way from Nashville Tennessee to Santa Fe in concert for Alan Hutner’s 70th Birthday Celebration, which all of you are invited to. Mark your calendars for Friday, July 15th,  6:00 PM for the opening reception, show starts 7:30 PM, at the Santa Fe Performance Exchange.

Details Hour Three: Bulletin Board #2, Spotlight Conversation: Sudarshan and Lauren, Music Set #5, Sponsors, Spotlight: Laurie McClain, Music Set #6, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #3, Show Close and Preview of July 3rd Show, Music Set #7.

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