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Positive Techniques

In the first half, political commentator and economist John Lott reacted to the breaking news on the riots in Baltimore, which arose in the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray.

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Date: Monday - November 13, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Erika Frost, Pat Boone, James Arthur Ray

Global thought leader James Arthur Ray shared methods for using spiritual and mental power to achieve tangible results. He listed five pillars for "harmonic wealth" or well-being: financial, relational, intellectual, physical and spiritual. You can be deficit in one or more of these areas but can enhance them through various techniques. People tend to attract like energies, and their ideations about themselves are an important factor in relationships and money, he said, adding that "you get what you're looking for."

Ray said he studied with shamans in Peru for three years and learned the significance of having a connection to Gaia or Mother Earth. Gaining control of your dreams through lucid dreaming can lead to more control in your waking life, he noted.

One method of tapping into the universe involves practicing gratitude-- it puts you in a vibration to attract more of what you want, Ray shared. A positive approach-- "stand for something" rather than against something is also advisable, he imparted.

In Studio: Pat Boone

First hour guest, actor/singer Pat Boone made an in-studio visit discussing his 50-year anniversary as an entertainer. He has a new memoir out titled Pat Boone's America: 50 Years.

Ghost Fest on the Queen Mary

'Paranormal sensitive' Erika Frost appeared briefly during the first hour to discuss her involvement in this weekend's Ghost Fest aboard the Queen Mary. George will be doing a live remote there on Friday night, as well as a book signing at 1pm on Sat.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Monday November 13, 2006

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