Patrick Timpone


When Anything Goes….

And Usually Does!

May 4, 2012

Patrick, a short note to let you know that I truly enjoyed your “Open Line” Friday May 4th program. You put it so well the current state of our society/government in our country (Canada is no better). Thanks for a great and informative show, as always. Harry from Ontario

Todays Topics Included:

-Scars-Just as emotional scars can create blockages for growth, physical scars create interference fields which block chi. Patrick talks about his experience with Doc Massey injecting procane into his belly button scar and gives some easy ideas of what you can do at home for yours

-The hypocrisy in politics is crazy- Patrick doesn’t hold back with his opinion on Hillary Clintons meddling in China. Are we really free in America? Maybe charity should start at home

-There are no secrets- So what’s the big deal about everyone being watched at every moment, every conversation listened to, every email accessible etc?

-Mehran Keshe – We had quite a fascinating visit with this fellow yesterday. If you missed it, check out his show. He seems to be on to something with the calcium/breast cancer connection. And had some things to say about MS and ALS too.

-The Cats Meow is the way Patrick described our guest from yesterday, Dannion Brinkley. He died 3 times and has a lot to share. He gave some great ideas for handling loved loves in their time of transition

-Dogmatism – What good comes from it?

-Is it necessary to go about finding ways to kill the little buggies in our bodies?

and so much more!

open phones with patrick and you, may 04, 2012, hour one

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'Open Phone Friday – There is a Crack in Everything, That’s How the Light Gets In – May 4, 2012' have 3 comments

  1. May 5, 2012 @ 1:03 am Kira

    Great show, Patrick… I always feel kind of general emotional relief when I listen to your contemplations :-))
    Thank you!


  2. May 6, 2012 @ 12:25 pm Veronica

    Why 14 girl chickens and one boy. Do chickens make more girls than boys or do we all stil believe that animals are for procreation and female animals are worth less we need to look more deeply into how we see female and male analmals because it seeps in our own conscious
    About how we see the sexes

    Great show


    • May 6, 2012 @ 2:52 pm ptimpone

      Not sure what you mean exactly Veronica. If I thought female animals were worth less, I suppose I would get males :)

      I chose to get females because we want eggs. I’m told one rooster will not only fertilize the eggs, (that some feel are more nutritious), not sure about that..but, a rooster will also protect the flock; i.e. warn when hawks are circling and I’m told physically protect the girls. We are going to handle the two day old chicks everyday and get the dogs and (hopefully), cat friendly with them so all will be friends and protect one another.

      We are Soul. Animals are Soul. Soul is not male or female. All Souls incarnate in a male or female body for certain experiences this lifetime. We are counting on the 14 girls we are getting to experience laying eggs, eating lots of pests and having fun this lifetime.


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