What is love, anyway? Viraja Prema explains healthy relationships

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To celebrate the release of my new book, The Telomere Miracle: Scientific Secrets to Fight Disease, Feel Great, and Turn Back the Clock on Aging, I will be doing interviews with experts.

We tried to use Facebook but the upload speed was insufficient to work efficiently. We are now just using Skype to conduct these interviews.

 


“Can you REALLY trust your doctors?”  

Our first guest was on Thursday Jan 25th: real estate and finance entrepreneur, Crystal Han, who shared the harrowing journey she had last year of rescuing her own mother from depression, misdiagnosis, and probable chronic debilitation if not death. You can view the rebroadcast by clicking here:


 

 

“What is our identity really made of?”

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31st, we spoke with Brazilian shaman and healer, Antonia Ruhl, live from Australia. Click here to watch

The founder of the Earth Healer Academy and co-author of You are only Two Millimeters AwayShe and I will discussed identity and consciousness and I shared my very profound personal experience of how she transformed my life by exorcising some unpleasant demons that I was harboring.


“Lessons about breathing from the Yogic traditions”

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7th, we spoke with

My extraordinary yoga teacher and friend, Lauren Sanford, who shared her wisdom about yoga, breathing, and the transformative power of both.

Go to this link to view the video I made from the interview: https://tinyurl.com/laurenyoga

 

 


“What is love, anyway?”

On Wed, Feb 14thFor Valentine’s Day, we spoke with intimacy expert, Viraja Prema.

We discussed common patterns that can erode intimacy and how to move forward into healthier relationships.

Click here to view the interview:

 

 


“How to exercise like an 79yo”

Wed, Feb 21st, @12:30PM PST (GMT -8)

We will talk about exercise with Doug Malewicki, lifelong elite athlete, inventor, and all-around great guy. I will explain how too much and too little exercise can both be harmful.

 


“Let food be thy medicine”

Wed, Feb 28th, @12:30PM PST (GMT -8)

I will debunk some common misconceptions about diet and then turn it over to Reena Jadhav, Silicon Valley startup coach, business leader, and founder of Newyoou.com, a website delivering custom health wisdom to keep you “vibrantly healthy”. She will share her own journey with debilitating chronic illness that could only be cured by understanding and then changing her diet.


The theme from all our guests is the same one compelled me to write my book: you are responsible for your own personal journey if you are going to master being a healthy person.

We all must go inside and take inventory of where we are stuck, ignoring what’s real, and not finding balance. My hope with these interviews are threefold: to inspire, to connect, and to empower.

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