THE MORNING SHOW
Time Conscious Eating and Other Funky Musings
December 5, 2011
“A dream is a call to consciousness….once you have no karma, you have no dreams.”
We just LOVE Atom Bergstrom and never cease to be amazed by all his knowledge. This walking talking library has an answer for anything and shares it all this morning. Today’s Topics Include:
-Why do we get old?
-Bananas: They seem to have a bad reputation these days, but Atom sets the record straight
-Kidney Beans: Are they good for your kidneys really?
-Time Conscious Eating: Atom explains the role of the sun and why all foods have an optimal time to eat them
-Ring fingers and sexuality
-Interpreting your dreams: Changing their outcomes
-Atom gives his opinion of marijuana, LSD and other drugs
-Why would one have difficulty sweating?
-Learn the cross crawl: You may be doing your jumping jacks incorrectly
-The Bee Gee’s vs. The Beatles: Which music is more strengthening for your body?
-What to eat and when for retaining great memory
-Trying to be perfect can comprimise your immune system
-Controlling the sphincter muscle for sexual strength and longevity
-Sex, love and orgasms…the real thing matters
-Working the night shift and not taking melatonin
-The vegas nerve and anxiety
-Ovulation and smelling capability
and so much more!
Enjoy this fun and fascinating show!
A Hip-Hop Sufi and promoter of Pleiadian Lifestyles, G.I. “Atom” Bergstrom was raised in New Jersey and Southern California. Upon graduating from Adano Ley’s Texas Institute of Reflex Sciences in 1979, Atom has taught holistic health workshops throughout the U.S. He is the creator of Muscle Language Analysis (MLA), a comprehensive composite of body language analysis and muscle response testing. Atom is the author of Butterflies Need No Taxidermist, The Akashic Grapevine Chronicles, The Chronicles of Swami Nitty-Gritty, A Comprehensive Time-Controlled Food List and Glossary, Cosmochemistry: The Periodic Table of the Atomic Elements, & Street Jive Word Machine.
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