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Friday, September 24, 2021

Coming up! Paul Hawken, environmentalist, entrepreneur, and activist shares details on his latest book, REGENERATION: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation. Hawken is the New York Times bestselling creator of Drawdown and one of the environmental movement’s leading voices shares a practical approach to climate change

 

"We and all living beings thrive by being actors in the planet’s regeneration, a civilizational goal that should commence and never cease. We practiced degeneration as a species and it brought us to the threshold of an unimaginable crisis. To reverse global warming, we need to reverse global degeneration." - Paul Hawken

 


The dangers of a warming world have been in the public eye for at least the last fifty years, and yet it wasn’t until 2016 that 191 countries came together to sign the Paris Agreement, committing to prevent global warming from exceeding 1.5 degrees centigrade. Only two countries have targets consistent with that goal, and G7 countries do not even come close. 

The most asked questions by people are: 
What can I do? Where do I start? And how can I make a difference? 
When people see what climate change is doing to the earth, they can feel overwhelmed, anxious, confused, or very small—“I am just one person.”

Enter environmentalist, entrepreneur, and activist Paul Hawken. A leading voice in the climate movement, Hawken has dedicated his life to environmental sustainability and to changing the relationship between business, society, and the environment. His eight books include the 2017 New York Times bestseller Drawdown, which Outside Magazine called “a bold plan to beat back climate change.” This fall, Hawken returns with REGENERATION: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation. Launched in conjunction with his Regeneration organization, REGENERATION weaves justice, climate, biodiversity, equity, and human dignity into a seamless tapestry of action, policy, and transformation. It is the first book to describe and define the burgeoning regeneration movement spreading rapidly throughout the world—an inclusive and multifaceted undertaking that aims to end the climate crisis in one generation. As Jane Goodall writes in her foreword, “REGENERATION is a rebuttal to doomsayers who believe it is too late.”


Paul Hawken shares six basic frameworks to solve the climate crisis:

1. Equity: Transforming the climate crisis means mending the vital relationships and understandings between people, reconnecting humanity and nature, and restoring nature itself.

2. Reduce: The best method of ending global greenhouse gas emissions is simple: don’t put them into the atmosphere. It is also the most difficult, while being the greatest economic opportunity in history. Hawken predicts the end of fossil fuels by 2040 and the advent of totally electrified world by 2050.

3. Protect: The world’s terrestrial ecosystems contain four times more carbon than the atmosphere. If we lose just 6 percent of our grasslands, forests, mangroves, seagrasses and wetlands, we will see a 100 ppm increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide. Protecting wildlife corridors, bioregions, biomes, and all the forms of life within them are crucial to stopping the climate crisis.

4. Sequester: This means bringing carbon back home. It is the nutrient required by life to regenerate the earth. The primary way to sequester carbon is through regenerative agriculture, grazing ecology, proforestation, afforestation, degraded land restoration, and protecting existing ecosystems.

5. Influence: Laws, bureaucratic regulations, perverse subsidies, bygone policies, and outmoded building codes often obstruct climate initiatives. Making our voices heard requires letters, emails, protests, boycotts, and lobbying legislators, companies, city council members, and corporate CEOs.

6. Support: organizations, ideas, groups, videos, books, and people who are implementing regeneration worldwide.

Hawken explains how REGENERATION creates abundance, not scarcity. It expands what is possible. It is about the optimism of action instead of the pessimism of thought. REGENERATION is an inspiring and necessary guide to today’s climate movement that will enable readers to understand its many facets—and more importantly, to act.


About the Author:

Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, author and activist who has dedicated his life to environmental sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. He is one of the environmental movement’s leading voices, and a pioneering architect of corporate reform with respect to ecological practices. He is the bestselling author of eight books that have been published in 30 languages in more than 50 countries and have sold more than 2 million copies, as well as dozens of articles, op-eds, and other papers concerning the environment, the ethical responsibility of business, and social justice. Hawken is a renowned lecturer who has keynoted conferences and led workshops on the impact of commerce upon the environment, and consulted with governments and corporations throughout the world.

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Coming soon! Dreena Burton, one of the pioneering vegan cookbook authors, shares details on her latest book, Dreena’s Kind Kitchen


Dreena Burton is one of the pioneering vegan cookbook authors. Vegan for 25 years, Dreena is also a mom to three “weegans.” She has charted her journey as a plant-based cook and mother of three through five bestselling cookbooks. Dreena has also collaborated with renowned plant-based physician Dr. Barnard on The Cheese Trap and coauthored their most recent Cookbook for Reversing Diabetes. Dreena's recipes have been featured with groups including PCRM, Forks Over Knives, Blue Zones, and The Food Network. Dreena was also the Culinary Coordinator with The Food Revolution Network's Whole Life Club. 

In a conversation, Dreena shares details on her latest book, Dreena’s Kind Kitchen: 100 Whole-Foods Vegan Recipes to Enjoy Every Day:

  • How keeping a kind kitchen helps you be more kind to your loved ones, community, planet, and yourself
  • Her 20+ year career as a plant-based business owner
  • Raising three daughters plant-based from birth
  • How access to vegan and plant-based information and products has evolved since the early 90s
  • Healthy and yummy lunchbox ideas for the week
  • Tips for how to jazz up your leftovers for a quick and delicious dinner

Connect with Dreena’s online kitchen and community at dreenaburton.com.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Coming up! Kelechi Ubozoh, a Nigerian-American mental health consultant, advocate, writer, and published author


For nearly a decade, Kelechi has worked in the California mental health system in the areas of research and advocacy, community engagement, stigma reduction, and peer support. She began her career as an investigative reporter in New York City, and was the first student-reporter ever published in The New York Times.

After witnessing the impact of trauma and mental health issues on the people she was writing about, she decided to change her focus to providing direct mental health support. She relocated to California and started working at PEERS, a consumer-run mental health nonprofit. At PEERS, Kelechi supervised mental health programs, led communication operations, and partnered with Dr. Patrick Corrigan, on a project which provided mental health recovery story-telling trainings across 41 California counties. She also managed a Columbia University research project examining mental health stigma in the Chinese community with Dr. Lawrence Yang.

Kelechi transitioned to research and evaluation work at Resource Development Associates where she was a senior project manager, wrote grants, and conducted community-based participatory research spanning the fields of mental health, child welfare, education, and criminal justice.

A popular keynote speaker, Kelechi worked at CalMHSA as the Statewide Peer and Community Engagement Manager for a large technology project to bring digital mental health solutions to California counties. At CalMHSA, she conducted community outreach and engagement and facilitated listening sessions with over 250 stakeholders to develop digital mental health literacy programming. Kelechi also has a large body of work in suicide prevention, and published the book We’ve Been Too Patient in 2019.

Currently, Kelechi is a consultant working with clients dedicated to transforming mental health, substance use services, as well as justice system reform and workforce development.   Her areas of specialty are training, workshop delivery and design, meeting and retreat facilitation, planning and research, curriculum development,  and community engagement.

In summer of 2020, Kelechi Ubozoh dedicated her time to facilitating healing-centered spaces for black employees internationally to respond to the ongoing violence toward the black community. She also helped co-create the Discussions that Matter program with Heliana Ramirez, which placed peers and clinicians as co-facilitators of affinity groups to support important dialogue emerging in 2020 around race, mental health, radical healing, and moving toward liberation. In 2021, Kelechi was named a Mental Health Champion by the Steinberg Institute.

ABOUT KELECHI'S BOOK
We’ve Been Too Patient: Voices from Radical Mental Health, Kelechi’s book with co-editor L.D. Green, was released from North Atlantic Books and distributed by Penguin Random House, July 2019.

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Coming soon! Incredibly accomplished, award-winning singer/guitarist/songwriter and instructor, Janet Robin, joins Janeane on KUCI 88.9fm. “From Randy Rhoads to Precious Metal, Lindsey Buckingham to John Carter Cash and all points in between – like a stint working with Meredith Brooks, opening for Midge Ure or appearing with Monte Montgomery – the ongoing tale of singer/guitarist/songwriter Janet Robin is a fascinating journey.” – Pollstar



"Top Acoustic Guitarist" - Guitar Player Magazine, 2017
"Top 10 Female Guitarist" - Guitar World Magazine, 2012

“Working with Janet was an unforgettable experience. She followed her spirit – no limits. Janet’s love for her art is evident in her impassioned musicianship and inspired songwriting. The music we created together, vibrant and full of energy, encapsulates all that she is.”— JOHN CARTER CASH (PRODUCER, OWNER CASH CABIN STUDIOS)


“From Randy Rhoads to Precious Metal, Lindsey Buckingham to John Carter Cash and all points in between – like a stint working with Meredith Brooks, opening for Midge Ure or appearing with Monte Montgomery – the ongoing tale of singer/guitarist/songwriter Janet Robin is a fascinating journey.” – Pollstar


Janet Robin can be defined in a single word: Musician.

Many people attempt to make music, but few earn that illustrious title. Those in this business reserve that label for the rare individuals who consistently demonstrate a high level of talent, perseverance, taste and sensitivity over a period of time. To these people making music is not simply a pastime; it is a matter of blood and guts. That a serious addiction to making music runs through Robin’s veins is made clear from a quick review of her career.

A Southern California native, Janet Robin’s musical education began the moment she met her guitar teacher, Randy Rhoads (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne). Under Rhoads’ tutelage, Janet became an ace six-string player and, while still in high school, parlayed this education into a position as the lead guitarist for the all-female rock band Precious Metal. Discovered by Rodney Bingenheimer of the legendary L.A. rock radio station KROQ, Precious Metal was soon signed to Polygram Records. Later moving to Chameleon/Capitol Records, Precious Metal released several albums, wrote with Heart, Poison and Cheap Trick, toured extensively and gained accolades from both fans and critics alike.

Following the demise of Precious Metal, Janet was picked by Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, band in support of his 1992 solo album, Out of the Cradle (Reprise Records). A consummate pro, working with Buckingham profoundly influenced her own guitar playing, singing and songwriting, as well as her general approach to the music business. She has stated, “Lindsey became sort of a mentor and inspired me to do my own solo work.” This new direction led to her 1998 debut solo album, Open the Door. 

Released on her own label, Little Sister Records, Buzz Weekly described the CD as “smart, savvy, fuzzy, hooky pop.” She has seen songs from this album featured in film and television; most notably on the then popular T.V. show Felicity. Ever the road warrior, she supported the disc by opening for such acts as Heart, Colin Hay, Loudon Wainwright III and the Smithereens, steadily building a wide fan base. She has since continued to tour heavily and averages as many as 150 dates per year.

Encouraged by the warm reception of her debut, she released three more albums on Little Sister including the acoustic After the Flood which was recorded in Laurel Canyon and features “Beautiful Freak” which has since become a fan favorite and one of Janet’s defining songs.

Also among these records is 2007’s Days of Summer. Recorded with producers David Bianco (Tom Petty, Teenage Fanclub, Mick Jagger) and Steve Baughman (Eminem, 50 Cent), this acoustic based EP is the work of an artist willing and able to explore the poignant emotional states of adulthood while avoiding the stereotypes brought on by most acoustic singer-songwriters. Working on the album was an experience that greatly affected her style and led Janet to many new and exciting opportunities including multiple tours in Europe.

2012 here in the USA, saw Janet release her album Everything Has Changed that bridges the gap between passionate acoustic music and gutsy rock n’ roll. With the help of her dedicated fan base, she was able to raise the funds ($20,000) for that studio effort. The loyal support enabled her to team up with producer John Carter Cash (Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) at Cash Cabin Studios outside of Nashville. The son of Johnny and June, Carter Cash was a producer on the Johnny Cash biopic Walk The Line and produced several records with his father as well as a Grammy Award winning record for June. Built by Johnny in 1979, this studio is where the country legend recorded much of his later work including his final recording, American V: A Hundred Highways, which was released posthumously and co-produced by Rick Rubin and John Carter.

Janet had previously released “Everything Has Changed,” in Europe, with Hypertension Music based in Hamburg, Germany. Coupled with the strength of her growing European following and introduced to the German based label by friend and frequent touring partner Colin Hay (Men At Work), Janet signed a licensing and distribution deal with Hypertension for a Winter 2010 European release of Everything Has Changed. The company also did the booking for her throughout Europe and after the initial release in Europe, she secured a January 2010 tour with Midge Ure (Ultravox – co-organizer of Live Aid, Band Aid and Live 8).

Janet enjoyed the experience of working with Cash so much that she returned this 2016 to record her latest studio effort "Take me as I am" again with John Carter Cash as executive producer and Chuck Turner producing and engineering: "We have talked at great length about this project and he understands my desire and vision to record an album that is representative of the energy brought out in my live performances," Janet says of John Carter Cash. "It’s just great to work with a producer that lets me be myself, yet brings out the best in my work. There weren’t many restraints working with John and the vibe and history at Cash Cabin is overwhelmingly inspiring. John seems to "get me." Her latest release, "Take me as I am" in the USA was released Oct. 2016 and the European/UK version was released in January 2017.

She has since had several successful headlining tours in the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, UK, and France where she plays solo acoustic shows, and with a her band, to sold out crowds in clubs (200-400 cap venues) and festivals (1,000's) across Europe. Janet recently finished a whirlwind fall tour in 5 countries in Europe and the UK- and has played in many major festivals from The Colours of Ostrava (CZ), to the renowned "Blues & Jazz Festival" in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland. Janet continues her touring as well in the USA.

In addition to pursuing her solo career both in the U.S. and abroad, few musicians are able to work with the great variety of artists that Robin has been fortunate enough to be around. Besides the aforementioned Lindsey Buckingham, Robin has toured, performed with, recorded, or written songs with Tommy Emmanuel, Peppino D’Agostino, Meredith Brooks, Monty Montgomery, Michelle Shocked, Maia Sharp, Marcy Levy (co-writer with Eric Clapton on “Lay Down Sally”), Ann and Nancy Wilson (Heart), Garrison Starr, Anne McCue and many more. 

Her most recent side-woman gig was the touring guitarist of Air Supply in 2009. In 2015, She was featured on the bill for the prestigious "All Star Guitar Night" which features some of the top guitar players in the world, during the LA NAMM convention. In 2017 she was named in Guitar Player’s “Top 50 Acoustic Guitarists” (Bonus List), amongst many notable players such as her old boss, Lindsey Buckingham. With touring nearly 150 dates a year and releasing new material consistantly, she has seen her solo career rise to higher and higher levels each year.

Janet has also had her original songs placed in TV and films such as “One Life to Live,” “All my Children,” “Felicity,” “Free Enterprise,” and many more. Along with placements she has also composed original scores for short films such as “Traces” directed by Joseph Culp (actor Robert Culp’s son) and the film was accepted into the prestigious Palm Springs Short Film Festival and the Hollywood Film Awards, in June 2012. In 2017, she had an original song in a short film “Casting All Corpes” which won the “Best Comedy Short Award” for the Reel Hollywood Film Festival. 

In January of 2015, Janet was hand-picked to coach and consult actress Jennifer Jason Leigh for 2 months on location and in Los Angeles for a special guitar scene in the Quentin Tarantino film, "The Hateful Eight." The actress was nominated for an Academy Award. And in June/July of 2015 she was also hand picked for the guitar position in the musical "Girlfriend" to rave reviews at The Kirk Douglas Theater in Culver City, California and just recently (2018) for another musical, “Soul Doctor” formally on Broadway.

Along with Janet's busy solo career she has started a side project featuring 4 amazing guitar players- "The String Revolution." Combining 4 guitarists each with their own unique contribution to a "band" sound. They have released 2 cd’s, both mixed by the prestigious Matt Hyde in London who worked previously with famed guitarists Rodrigo y Gabriela. Their newest release “Red Drops” reached the Top 10 Spotify Instrumental Charts for Los Angeles and also made it to the Grammy™ Entry Ballot. Their Spotify channel have reached over 3 million streams. 

The band has been selling out local LA venues, east and west coast venues, and has performed at major festivals such as The Laguna Beach Arts Festival. In 2019 The String Revolution was invited to perform at The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles for their special concert series sponsored by American Express.

However, one need not base their judgment on Janet solely on those with whom she has been associated. Only a listen to her albums or a ticket to one of her shows will prove the opening claim to be true. For what underlies the Janet Robin labels of singer, guitarist, songwriter, producer, and road warrior is a single word: Musician.

Janet Robin conducts guitar workshops, has hosted DVD recordings for Alfred Music Publishing, and is a respected clinician for Turner-Renaissance Guitars and Line 6. She currently endorses Taylor Guitars, Fender Guitars, Martin Guitars and strings, Turner-Renaissance Guitars, Cordial Cables, Goldtone Instruments, Radial, Seymour Duncan, Sennheiser, Warm Audio, DR Strings, Clayton Picks, Jodi Head Straps, Visenut Cases, Case Xtreme, and the Thimble Slide, amongst others.


For more information on Janet Robin and/or interview, promo, photo and ticket requests, please contact:
janet@janetrobin.com

www.janetrobin.com

thestringrevolution.com



vox: Hutch Harris (The Thermals) 
drums: Frank Ferrer (Guns 'n Roses) 
guitar: Janet Robin (Lindsey Buckingham/The String Revolution) 
guitar: Craig Montgomery (Live Sound - Nirvana/Presidents of the USA) 
synth: Don Gunn (Studio Lord - DCFC/Clutch/Soundgarden) 
bass: Mike Squires (Duff McKagan's Loaded) 
mixed by Don Gunn 
edited by Mike Squires
drum tracking by Gabe VanBenschoten 

Mark Salyer’s NewStages Soaring to New Heights in 2021. Since 2012, New Stages has been a part of the City of West Hollywood's One City One Pride Arts Festival producing a show with the seniors of the LA LGBT Center each June. Currently they are presenting Sondheim: Flecks of Light and Dark. Janeane speaks with actor, director and producer Mark Salyer, about NewStages - a collective of teaching artists, directors, writers and performers from Broadway, film, and television who are committed to producing wildly entertaining arts experiences for seniors.


Janeane speaks with actor, director and producer Mark Salyer, about NewStages - a collective of teaching artists, directors, writers and performers from Broadway, film, and television who are committed to producing wildly entertaining arts experiences for seniors.


Los Angeles, September 2, 2021…Beginning with their New Year’s show in January, NewStages, a Los Angeles based theater company for seniors, has had a busy year, in lieu of Covid, with thousands of seniors tuning in to their online programming. This past April, their Tennessee Williams workshop launched the company’s Zoom Lecture Series. In June, Secret Lives was presented on Zoom and Vimeo over the four weeks of Pride month and was a huge success. Since 2012, New Stages has been a part of the City of West Hollywood's One City One Pride Arts Festival producing a show with the seniors of the LA LGBT Center each June. Currently they are presenting Sondheim: Flecks of Light and Dark. In September (as long as Covid holds out) Broadway's Kay Cole will be presenting her Musical Theater Conservatory to the online community.


NewStages was originally an offshoot of Stagebridge in Oakland, CA, the country's oldest senior theater company and in 2014, they became a part of the award-winning Oasis Theater Company. Through a partnership with the LA LGBT Center’s Senior Services and with support from the City of West Hollywood and the Grace Helen Spearman Family Foundation, NewStages was born. Since then, the company, under the direction of Mark Salyer, has brought classes, workshops and performances to thousands of seniors, including a yearly production for the One City One Pride Arts Festival.

“Surprisingly, this year has been our busiest yet,” says Salyer who is currently teaching a workshop on the life and work of Stephen Sondheim. “Zoom has made it possible for us to reach people who hadn’t been able to attend our programs.”

Salyer, a theater artist with over twenty years of experience as an actor, director and producer, says teaching is his passion. “Teaching is storytelling. Throughout my career as an actor and director, I was always teaching. It just seemed the natural extension of my work.”

In a 2015 study sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, researchers found “true health promotion and disease prevention effects” in participants in creative projects with professional teaching artists.

“I think the benefits of our program are undeniable,” says Salyer. “We are forming creative communities and helping our clients connect to make art happen.”

NewStages’ work has often centered on personal narrative and storytelling. The program at the LA LGBT Center, for instance, offers LGBTQ+ seniors the opportunity to tell their own stories in a cabaret show presented each year during Pride Month.

The company boasts a dynamic group of professional teaching artists. In September, Broadway’s Kay Cole will teach a musical theater conservatory class. Bringing her many years of experience as both an actress and award-winning director and choreographer, Cole will work with students over the course of eight weeks to develop their music, movement and song interpretation skills. Among the program’s many benefits, she sees it as a way to bridge the generational divide in today’s society.

According to Cole: “Seniors are the foundation of our world but are often forgotten and overlooked. New Stages has remedied this dilemma by their classes in the creative arts and their heartfelt productions. Nurturing these experienced yet vulnerable artists is important because it not only celebrates their lives, it also teaches the younger generation how to survive every challenge with grace. Creating that special dialogue between young and old is vital to everyone’s joy of life.”



This month, NewStages began teaching classes for Jewish Family Services senior programs. “We are doing a fun acting class, followed by our Tennessee Williams workshop. I’m delighted to bring our work to a new audience,” says Salyer.

For more information about NewStages or to join an upcoming class, please visit their site www.newstages.org or follow on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/artandaging.

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Coming up! Jon Sherman Associate Professor of Film Kenyon College talks about his latest film, his role as Director and Co-Writer and more!


LOGLINE

When two single parents meet on a dating site and move in together, they must blend their family of four teenagers while navigating a new relationship. They/Them/Us is contemporary family comedy set against the backdrop of a light-hearted kink world.

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SHORT SYNOPSIS

They/Them/Us tells the story of Charlie and Lisa, two divorced parents in their 40’s who find themselves at a midlife crossroads. Both are single parents and they have four complicated teenagers between them: one non-binary gender kid, one who orders his weed through the mail, one very outspoken one, and last but not least, the “good” child. Lisa and Charlie meet on a dating site, fall madly in love and move in together way too soon. They/Them/Us is the story of how they manage the challenges of parenting some very demanding teenagers while trying to juggle an adult sexual relationship.



JON SHERMAN | DIRECTOR | CO-WRITER


They/Them/Us is Jon Sherman’s third feature film. His first film, Breathing Room, starred Dan Futterman, Susan Floyd, Edie Falco, and Paul Giamatti. It was released in more than 25 countries worldwide. His next film, I’m With Lucy, was a romantic comedy produced by Gaumont, the largest film studio in France. It starred Monica Potter, Gael Garcia Bernal, Julie Christie, Anthony LaPaglia, John Hannah and Harold Ramis. It was the opening night film at the 2002 Deauville Film Festival and has been released in more than 50 countries worldwide. 

 He has also directed television movies for the Oxygen Network and worked with Working Title Films and Paul and Chris Weitz' Depth of Field Productions. Sherman is an Associate Professor of Film at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. He is deeply committed to developing the film community in Columbus and is President of the Board of Film Columbus and a Board Member of the Greater Columbus Arts Council.


WEBSITE: https://www.theythemusfilm.com/about-the-film

INSTAGRAM: @theythemusfilm

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11115706/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_1

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/theythemusfilm/?modal=admin_todo_tour

TWITTER: @theythemusfilm


Friday, September 17, 2021

Coming up 9/20 at 9:45am pst on KUCI 88.9fm - International Bestselling Author, Nutritional Therapist and Executive Producer Dr. Mark Mincolla talks about his book, The Way of Miracles: Accessing Your Superconsciousness and The Way of Miracles Documentary






The Way of Miracles: Accessing Your Superconsciousness is an adventure for the body, mind and spirit that begins with the premise that miracles don’t randomly happen—we create them!

According to Mark Mincolla, PhD, developing our superconscious mind and recognizing the consciousness that exists within each of us is what generates miracles. A wholistic physician for more than three decades, Dr. Mincolla used his own techniques and learnings to cure himself of a life-threatening illness, and helps others to do the same.

East meets West, and ancient systems converge with cutting edge science into a deeper understanding of body, mind, and spirit medicine. Discover how to harness the power of healing by exploring how the energetic properties of food, thought, and emotion affect immunity, chronic inflammation, and the genetic expression of disease.

Dr. Mincolla was recently honored with the 2021 Divine Contribution to Humanity Award for his years of research and work in promoting a deeper awareness of consciousness and healing for mankind.

The Way of Miracles Documentary, a Three One Creative production by Executive Producer Christina Vircillo Bresson, will be releases to the pubic on June 25th, 2021. The Way of Miracles Documentary was also honored at the Rishikesh International Film Festival as the 2021 Best Health Awareness Film.


"The Way of Miracles is a lucid exploration of the fundamental state of existence. This film should convince you that life and existence are miracles, and healing is a return to our original state of truth, awareness & bliss." - Deepak Chopra MD, New York Times best-selling author





Mark Mincolla PhD is a Nutritional Therapist and Quantum Energy Healer who has transformed the lives of more than 60,000 patients over the last 35 years. Through his innovative genius, he has integrated ancient Chinese energy healing techniques with cutting edge nutritional science in what he calls Electromagnetic Muscle Testing, a one-of-a-kind approach that zeros in on each individual’s unique nutritional needs.

Dr. Mincolla has authored 7 international best-selling books, and has appeared on Dr Oz, Better TV, WFXT FOX25 Boston, KCBS in Los Angeles, along with numerous national TV & radio show, and in regional and national magazines.




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The Way of Miracles: Accessing Your
Superconsciousness

Publisher: Beyond Words, distributed by Simon & Schuster
Release Date: June 22nd, 2021
Paperback:

In The Way of Miracles, Dr. Mincolla shares experiences, documented research, and exercises that he provides his patients and uses himself to raise consciousness in order to cultivate the ability to heal and create miracles that have a lasting effect.


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The Way of Miracles Documentary

Distributor: Beyond Words
Available to the Public on: June 25th, 2021

This film follows the work of holistic practitioner Dr. Mark Mincolla, with compelling interviews from celebrated luminaries in the field including Dr. Deepak Chopra, Bruce Lipton PhD, Shamini Jain, Ph.D, Paul Mills, Ph.D, and many others.