Dr Kokayi and Faybiene air their final Global Medicine Review program (an eight year stretch) and Dr Kokayi takes issue with the direction that the station is moving and what this means for the listening audience. Dr Kokayi’s and Dr Ali’s combined greater than sixty years of clinical experience doing integrative medicine was placed at the 11PM hour with both shows being narrowed down to thirty minutes as part of an arrangement to bring Gary Null back to the noon time hour five days a week. The program is interrupted by station management because of the nature of Dr Kokayi’s remarks but Dr Kokayi convinces management that he and Faybiene should be allowed to finish their program. During this interlude Dr Kokayi learns from Program Director Tony Bates that he came to New York with the intention of bringing Gary Null back on the air. Callers’ comments and farewells are heard for the second half of the program and Faybiene shares two poems.
Archive for the ‘Health’ Category
Dr Kokayi interviews Dr William F Bengston, author of the Energy Cure. Drawing on his 30 years of rigorous research, unbelievable results, and mind-bending questions, Bengston challenges us to totally rethink what we believe about our ability to heal. His backround as a statistician has helped him to create impeccable research models that have yielded results in the area of energetic healing and cancer that challenge closely held premises of Western medical science. Dr Kokayi and Dr Bengston take this discussion to a very interesting place from which you must draw your own conclusions. Check out bengstonresearch.com
- InternationalCollegeOfHealingArts.com (Only Kinesiology college in North America offering the PKP program)
- ICPKP.com (Founders of Professional Kinesiology Practice)
Dr. Kokayi interviews fellow practitioner Erin Davis, and instructor Ken Campbell, on the practice of kinesiology as taught by the International College of Applied Kinesiology. Erin Davis practices with Dr Kokayi both in Manhattan and at his Manhasset office and Ken Campbell is a senior faculty member for the College. The practicality and depth of kinesiology is discussed in regards to a study that has been completed in South Hampton, UK, documenting in the strictest scientific controlled format, the efficacy of this system. Moreover this system of kinesiology has been used effectively in a maximum security prison in South Africa with the result that several inmates have been granted the privilege of teaching in minimum security prisons, something totally unheard of. Dr Kokayi also has Erin review her handling of a couple of his patients to emphasize the power of a wellness model of health where you start from the unlimited potential that each client can tap into when trying to realize their health and life goals . Kinesiology programs and sessions that are still open for the fall can be found on internationalcollegeofhealingarts.com.
- A Tooth from the Tiger’s Mouth: How to Treat Your Injuries with Powerful Healing Secrets of the Great Chinese Warrior
- Strategy and Change: An Examination of Military Strategy, the I-Ching and Ba Gua Zhang
- The Essentials of Ba Gua Zhang
- The Attacking Hands of Ba Gua Zhang
- Zheng Gu Tui Na: A Chinese Medical Massage Textbook
New York Internal Arts (NYIA); Zheng Gu Tui Na
Dr. Kokayi interviews Tom Bisio on Internal Healing Arts. Tom Bisio has an extensive background in East Asian martial arts, philosophy and medicine, with over 30 years experience. He’s a licensed practitioner and has a busy clinic in New York. The immediate efficiency of Eastern medicine is discussed as well as the role that it plays in the health of middle-aged people. The importance of breathing exercises such as Qi-Gong are presented as possible ways to allow for better flow of Qi, which would allow for a healthier body and lifestyle. Mr. Bisio also talks about how he incorporates acupuncture as well as many other alternative modalities (like herbal poultices, physical manipulation, lifestyle changes and internal herbal treatments) to supplement the healing and or prevention of severe physical trauma. A focus on internal martial arts forms is emphasized for a more complete, healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Kokayi interviews Dr. Larry Malerba on his new book “Green Medicine”. Dr. Malerba is a distinguished practitioner, educator and leader in the field of holistic medicine for more than 20 years. His book “Green Medicine” challenges the assumptions of general health care with regard to the allopathic biochemical approach to healthcare. The approaches of orthodox allopathic medicine and alternative paradigms of healing are compared and contrasted throughout the book and some of this is discussed in the interview. Dr Malerba shares some case histories to highlight the value of other medical paradigms. Dr Malerba’s work clearly helps to establish the role that non allopathic therapies could and should be playing in the general health care of the population.
Dr. Kokayi interviews Justice Bartlett on Matrix Energetics. Her father, Richard Bartlett, author of the Physics of Miracles, is the founder of Matrix Energetics and she’s a master practitioner and instructor within this system. The crux of this system revolves around the use of consciousness to “drop down” to the zero point field, beneath the quantum field where lies the matrix out of which all energy matter creations come out of. A practitioner so engaged at this level has the potential to bring about instantaneous changes at the macrosopic level. The creation of alternative realities as it relates to health is discussed and the listening audience is asked to participate in a basic matrix energetics 2 point exercise. Ms Justice also shares a case of Alzheimer’s disease that was successfully treated. This is a cutting edge technology that comes under the banner of energy medicine and requires one to drop certain preconceived notions about the structure of reality.
Blaine Pope, who holds a PhD and Master’s from Field and Graduate University in the field of human and organizational systems looks at the progression of American society with respect to energy consumption…from slavery, to petroleum consumption, and a look at the movement toward earth based technologies. The cost of our dependence on petroleum is clearly too high with respect to the impact on health and the environment. From plastics to gasoline, every phase of our lives are touched by petroleum. People in lower socioeconomic communities are more likely to suffer more from the largely unrecognized affects of petroleum because of their proximity to industrial complexes.
Dr Kokayi interview Dr Teresa Kay-Aba Kennedy on her power living system. Dr Kennedy is a Harvard business graduate and former VP at MTV who went thru a life transformation after becoming seriously ill. Now she is a transformational coach and educator assisting people to get the most out of life. Her book 40 Days to Power Living is full of inspiration, truths, and most importantly provides a framework for people to assess where they are at in life and then to take the next step. An important distinction between coaching and counseling is made and Dr Kennedy shares some of her work, particular with men, as Father’s Day approaches.
Guest: Dr. George Zabrecky
Dr Kokayi talks with his friend and colleague George Zabrecky MD. Dr. Zabrecky has the distinction of being a chiropractor and MD but even more than this he is one of leading researchers in the field of integrative medicine. He is responsible for developing evidence based protocals for a number of problems including chronic hepatitis and certain forms of cancer. He also has a stem cell research facility that has documented success with autistic children and is partnering with a major medical center here in New York.
Guest: Dr Larry Dorsey
Dr Kokayi and Dr Larry Dossey discuss his works on consciousness with respect to the power of prayer and meditation and the precognition that many of us experience as premonitions. Dr Dossey sites scientific experiments that are seriously forcing scientists to rethink their ideas on consciousness and the role that it plays in medicine and healing. Dr Dorsy refers to consciousness as being non local ie. beyond any physical locus…the implications of which will profoundly change our conception of reality.