Patrick Timpone


Open Phone Friday

-Intertwined throughout this show are lots of ideas on testing, protecting and understanding the challenges of the electrical, magnetic and radio frequencies that may be invading our space today.

-The hazards of allowing doctors to do the belly button thing at birth

-Ask and you shall receive

-Observing without judging ourselves and others – a key spiritual principal

-With chocolate, light bulbs and dentists. We get what we pay for

-Sharon and Patrick have an insightful chat about helping our relatives and friends improve their health while honoring their free will as Soul.

-The right side of the body is the Mother and left side is the Father, so when you’re experiencing an ailment on either side, you can ask ourself what unresolved business may be tended to.

-The law of economy is always there in anything we do or purchase

-The best light bulbs and wild rice

-Patrick closes the show with a different version of K.D. Lang’s “Hallelujiah” to end the show



open phones with you and patrick, november 2, 2012, hour one

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