Filling your life with hope and your glass with wine
Podcast blog/show notes
Listen to 3:5 Wines & Wonders here
Kirsten and Dannielle have their final discussion of time to wrap up Season 3 and this time it's a doozy. They focus on a study done in 2000 where prayer was used to retroactively heal patients four to 10 years before. Dannielle explains the concept of past, present and future happening at the same instance, therefore we are able to affect the outcomes in the past. Kirsten takes the subject and pairs the discussion to a Chilean Carmenere, a grape that until the 1990's was thought to be something else. Join them to fill your life with hope and your glass with wine!
Alka Carmenère by Francois Lurton, Lolol, Colchagua Valley, Chile
Listen to episode 3:4: click here
Join Dannielle Bryan, of Shamanic Twist, and Kirsten Fox as they explore a famous study of Dr. Hew Len and his praying over each case folder of a group of criminally insane people which cured them of their insanity. The prayer he used is an ancient Hawaiian one called Ho'oponopono and the four elements of the prayer are covered. Kirsten pairs The Prisoner Red Blend from Napa as the wine to go with the episode.
Dr. Len's website: https://www.zero-wise.com/
The Prisoner Red Blend
Listen to 3.3 Wines & Wonders Here!
Join Dannielle Bryan, www.ShamanicTwist.com, and Kirsten Fox as they explore what happens during emergencies when almost universally, people say they felt that time was slowing down. Kirsten will highlight some research that tries to explain the phenomenon, studies that are interesting to consider when in fact, researchers can't actually endanger subjects lives. Dannielle comes up with a new twist on how we all may be able to have more "super hero" moments in our regular lives.
Kirsten then talks about the origins of a wine that few wine enthusiasts talk about: White Zinfandel. Where did the sweet wine come from, what does it taste like and what kind of foods will go perfectly with the most popular wine in the United States?
Sutter Home White Zinfandel
Kirsten Fox, executive sommelier, author, entrepreneur and mother, shares and interviews interesting people and then pairs each topic to a wine. Join her to laugh, cry and enjoy all that being human and looking for help from above encompasses.