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More poetry and music insights with Bob Sima. Exceptional work from Gaia Richards and David Crosby working with dogs to help us with PTSD. Get Together with Banana.(TRM #1761)

Mar 1st, 2018 Posted in Anthropology & World Culture, Health & Wellness Alternatives, New Psychology & Spirituality, Politics & Government, Relationships & Family, Suicide, TRM Shows, Uncategorized | Comments Off on More poetry and music insights with Bob Sima. Exceptional work from Gaia Richards and David Crosby working with dogs to help us with PTSD. Get Together with Banana.(TRM #1761)

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Welcome to Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) show (#1761), the Voices and Music of Presence; as always, presenting resources for change and music for a changing world. Thank you for meeting up with us again.

Segment One brings us more music and insight form Bob Sima as he continues to introduce and explain songs from his album, The Movers, The Shakers & The Peacemakers. Today, he talks about what Love is in Be Humble, Be Hungry, Be Love. Annie Guthrie goes on an Odyssey from her Dragonfly album.

In Segment Two, Gaia Richards and David Crosby highlight the exceptional work they do with dog training and human behavioral adjustments to mitigate PTSD. We’ll also preview their upcoming free (Tuesday March 6) talk about canine health, wellness, and first aid for your dog and you on both ends of the leash. Note, their complete interview, segments 1 and 2, in their entirety are before this post.

Banana AKA Lowel Levinger helps us Get Together from the album Get Together Banana Recall Youngblood Classics.

In Segment Three, Singer Songwrither Picks Johnsmith and Abbie Gardner explore some changes in the elders with Love This Growing Old and Wallflower Days. From the Power of Peace album, The Isley Brothers & Santana team up to revisit What the World Needs Now, Is Love Sweet Love

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