Do you watch shows such as Ghost Adventures or Dead Files and wonder what happens behind the scenes of paranormal investigations? How does one conduct a paranormal investigation? Do you need to be psychic, or gifted, to investigate paranormal phenomena? Do entities, spirits, or ghosts follow you home after doing an investigation?
Join me today as I talk with Jeff Santos of Virginia Paranormal Investigations about how he was introduced to the paranormal, the equipment that his team uses to investigate a location, one of his craziest investigations that he can't explain, why they do most of their investigations at night, and his take on entities becoming attached to humans.
Jeff Santos, Founder of Virginia Paranormal Investigations, is part of an investigative research team based in Poquoson, Va. Jeff has had a strong interest in the paranormal since he was a child. His teenage years were spent driving around the Brandywine Valley on the Delaware border, exploring urban legends and dark roads.
In 2008, while in the U.S. Air Force, Jeff, along with Scott Forsythe, formed Virginia Paranormal Investigations. The team went on to collect and investigate all reports of paranormal activity. Though their area of research is not limited to ghosts, spiritual activity and hauntings do consume most of their attention. Virginia Paranormal Investigations has investigated many historic places, urban legends, and private residences throughout Virginia and some surrounding states.
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Does sound affect the body? How does your body react to loud alarms or an ambulance? Do you tense up or does your heart beat a little bit faster? How do you react to soothing music, rain, or the sound of the ocean? What physical reactions happen within your body when you hear this?
Join Eileen and I as we discuss how sound can affect us, in positive ways, more than we know. Eileen explains how she discovered sound balancing, how vibrational sound therapy can help heal the body, and where you can learn more about this healing modality.
Eileen Day McKusick is a researcher, writer, educator and practitioner who has been studying the effects of audible sound on the human body since 1996. She is the originator of Biofield Tuning (formerly called Sound Balancing), a unique therapeutic method utilizing tuning forks; founder of the Biofield Tuning Institute (Burlington VT); and the author of Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy (Healing Arts Press, 2014).
Eileen has a Master’s degree in Integrative Education, and is currently at work on a PhD in Integral Health with a focus on Biofield Science. Her extensive research and practice in the field of therapeutic sound spans both the academic and alternative realms.
Connect with Eileen: www.biofieldtuning.com
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Do you have strong intuitive abilities but feel that because you don't look or act a certain way you can't possibly be a healer? What does a healer look and act like?
On today's show, Ivy Felicia, of Me, My Body & Love, and I discuss our preconceived ideas of what it means to be a healer. Why is one's weight seen as something to be healed? Are you considered more spiritually evolved if you are thin, white, and able-bodied?
Ivy Felicia is a Certified Holistic Wellness and Body Image Coach with a gift for helping people of all body types discover abiding body peace and abundant self-love at any stage of life. Her Body Relationship Coaching™ work is centered on her personal experiences with barriers to body love, and more than a decade of social and professional involvement in the emotional wellness and health education movements.
Learn more at: www.memybodyandlove.com OR
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