"Energy Is Everything" Guest Michele La Gamba-Himmel
The Beth Bell Radio Show
This weeks Episode on the “Pollinating 🐝 the Planet 🌎 with L❤️VE” Show with host Beth Bell: EPISODE DESCRIPTION:As a result of many years of spiritual work this weeks guest has opened and accessed Divine realms. It’s through her miraculous energy work that she has been a guide to many others to help heal humanity. Over the years her husband, a NYC attorney, has witnessed many unexplainable phenomenon that inspired him to write a novel that bridges the spiritual world and the logical mind. It’s through this logical magic that they together have been able to spread the messages of their book “The Reluctant Healer”. “Pollinating the Planet with Love” Show TV Episode: BethBell.me/YoutubeAll Episodes: www.BethBell.me/show BIO:Michele LaGamba-Himmel graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Psychology and a Master of Arts in Education. For many years she studied with various well known photographers, has worked as a national promotion manager for Estee Lauder and has been meditating for over thirty years. She has studied the techniques of Mankind, Enlightenment and Love and is a "Universal Energy" Practitioner, as well as a Certified Medical QiGong Healer.All Episodes: www.BethBell.me/showGUEST SOCIAL MEDIA: www.Energy-Matters.comHOST SOCIAL MEDIA:www.BethBell.meYoutube: BethBell.me/YoutubeInstagram: @QueenBlissBeeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BethBell.me/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/beth-bell-4613564/Twitter: @QueenBlissBee
RESTATE SCOMODI del 12/10/2016 - Seconda parte: Michele La Motta, Gianmario Sias
Italiano, napoletano o siciliano? La discriminazione Inglese. Prof. Michele La Motta, da 25 anni a Cambridge - Alghero: parroco denuncia il ladro che ha mangiato una banana e una scatoletta di tonno in canonica. Gianmario Sias, Ansa.
Your bulges are busier than you may think…Many people see adipose tissue—fat—as nothing more than lumpy extra baggage. But fat serves several important functions in the body. It helps us store energy and endocrine hormones that can affect behavior, energy regulation, immune and vascular function—to name a few. It also protects against toxic effects of persistent organic pollutants, or POPs. In this podcast, Michele La Merrill talks with host Ashley Ahearn about the diverse ways that fat interacts with these chemicals as both a modulator and a target of POP toxicity. Visit the podcast webpage to download the full transcript of this podcast.