Show No. 20: In Life or Death, We Are Timeless – An Interview with Author, Christine Maria Gross – Plus the Power of Speech

Power of Speech

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In Life or Death, We Are Timeless – An Insightful Interview with Author, Christine Maria Gross

Christine Maria Gross
Christine Maria Gross

Joining us in studio to talk about how ‘We Are Timeless,’ is Christine Maria Gross – a cancer survivor who’s made it her life’s work to find new ways to help people live healthier lives as well as help them cope with death (should it be imminent), and all the stresses associated with it – for the caregivers and the patients themselves.

We Are Timeless by Christine Maria Gross
We Are Timeless by Christine Maria Gross

 

Christine is an author, speaker and Registered Ayurvedic Practitioner. She consults internationally in hospice care and has directed programs including Radiant Touch® Program at The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County of Ontario, Canada since 1992. She’s an Authorized Instructor of The Radiance Technique®, Authentic Reiki® and Ayurvedic Health Educator, Christine also has her own private practice where she offers consultations and seminars in holistic health care.

Proceeds of the sales of We Are Timeless – The Radiance Technique® in Hospice Care (the book and DVD) to benefit The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County.  You can find it at Amazon, The Hospice, Windsor Regional Hospital Gift Shop-Met Campus.  Click here if you wish to make a purchase and contribute.


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The Power of Speech – Strong Enough to Influence, Motivate and Change – From Martin Luther King to Jodie Foster at the Golden Globes and the Reasons for the Big Win at the Ontario Liberal Leadership Race

Power of Speech.  It gets things done.  During this segment we talk about how some of the world’s greatest movements began with a single speech.  We’ll explore all that’s happened over the past few weeks, and how “speech” has been a part of setting the stage for 2013…

Speech excerpts explored during this segment:

  • Eric Thomas – Pain is Temporary
  • Jodie Foster’s Golden Globes Speech
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • President Barack Obama
  • Premier Kathleen Wynne
  • Sandra Pupatello

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