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Ask Dr. Bunny. What is an interfaith wedding? Marc Bachrach, guest.

Interfaith Cantor, Marc Bachrach, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss interfaith weddings.  Do you know what an interfaith wedding is?  Marc shares how he is able to successfully create a wedding ceremony & celebration for couples, and their families, who are from different faiths.

A marriage ceremony is two things – it is ritual and ceremony to create a profound celebration of the fact that a couple has found each other.  This celebration is also an invitation for the guests to bear witness and to strengthen their own bonds and support the couple.

Marc explains how he meets with couples before the wedding to find out what they want (and don’t want) in their ceremony, to form a bond with them, and let them know that he will there for them through the good parts of their marriage, and the challenges, as well.

Tune in as Marc shares some great stories & sings a very special song for us, too!  A great interview!

About Interfaith Cantor, Marc Bachrach:

Couples hire Cantor Marc to brighten their wedding ceremonies with his unique blend of warmth, spiritual “gravitas”, and light-hearted humor.

Rich, bass-baritone  singing and chanting, accompanied by guitar and mandolin, are unique additions many  couples choose Cantor Marc to provide, especially during the processional.

“Every couple, every family and group of friends is unique.”

Cantor Marc loves connecting with them and crafting a joyous celebration of marriage — an intimate sacred space filled with love, gratitude, and heartfelt emotions.

Cantor Marc makes sure everyone understands all the ritual elements and language that he’s helped the couple pick for their nuptials. Each person there is made to feel welcome and included — in some ceremonies, they join Cantor Marc by singing simple phrases. Some wedding parties even join him during the closing benediction, raising their hands together in the ancient Rabbinical Blessing, now universally known as The Vulcan Salute- “Live Long and Prosper!”

For 40 years, Cantor Marc has officiated in Southern California synagogues and at private ceremonies from Kauai to New York. He has served as the spiritual leader of Makom Ohr Shalom, an Encino synagogue.

Cantor Marc has co-officiated interfaith ceremonies with priests, ministers, Buddhist monks, and kahuna shamans!

His 8 years as the host and producer of his own Los Angeles afternoon radio talk shows, and his ongoing voice-over work in recording studios are the reason he smiles appreciatively when wedding guests thank him after the ceremony, exclaiming “You Should Be on the RADIO with that Voice!”

Cantor Marc’s secular performing careers as a Comedy Hypnotist and a Musical Entertainer in venues all over the world, along with his private practice in hypnotherapy, have more than prepared him to deal calmly and creatively with any “surprise” at a wedding … from the smallest glitch or gust of wind, to (G-d Forbid!) life-threatening emergencies.

The most common praise Cantor Marc’s couples offer:

“You really understood us, and what we did, and didn’t want.

You ‘got us”, and made our wedding even more special than we thought was possible.

Contact Marc Bachrach at (805) 492-7189 or E-mail: cantormarcb@gmail.com

Also visit: https://www.weddingwire.com/biz/interfaith-cantor-marc-bachrach/24b59d7f540d5970.html

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit: http://bunnyvreeland.org/ http://vreelandcollege.org/ http://upgradeyourlifewithdrbunny.com

LifeRhythms Radio: Episode 22 – Allowing Yourself to Be Seen – Featured Guest: Timothy Gay

Timothy Gay, Theta Healer & Musician

Welcome to Episode 22 of LifeRhythms Radio!

In this episode, Robert interviews Theta Healer and Musician, Timothy Gay and they openly discuss  “Allowing Yourself to Be Seen” – a conversation that many of you listeners will easily identify with.

Timothy Gay is a Theta Healer, Musician and an extraordinary creative based out of Reno, Nevada. As he speaks about his chosen topic, Timothy truthfully reveals his personal and professional experiences about his own visibility. You will hear about his past, present and future and how Theta healing has been a huge catalyst in his life to create the changes that have been most desirable to move forward. You will definitely feel Tims passion, energy and vulnerability as he shares his wisdom, experiences and insight on his own visibility. You will also witness his passion and desire to continue to reach and assist others with The Invite Transition, his Theta healing business. By being willing to dive into your past and embrace your current circumstances, it is absolutely possible to create a present and future reality that is most desirable for your own greater good.

Also in this episode, you will hear a song from Rare Standard (Tim’s audio project) titled “It’s Been Too Long”, as well as his inspiration for choosing it. Lastly, Tim has an amazing offering that is exclusive to LifeRhythms Radio listeners (yes! YOU!!) and you will be very happy that you reached out to him and accepted his generous offering! Lastly, if you haven’t already reached out to him, please reach out to him and share that you heard his amazing interview on LifeRhythms Radio. If you haven’t heard his interview just yet, what are you waiting for? Look for that little triangle at the bottom of the page and… press… play… now!

About Tim:

Timothy Gay is a Musician and Certified ThetaHealing Practitioner®. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Timothy’s natural gift was music which he excelled with as a vocalist and saxophonist. He has studied and performed with Detroit legends including late great trumpet player, Marcus Belgrave. In 2010 he formed the modern jazz band Rare Standard, which he performed with at the 2013 edition of TEDxDetroit.

Timothy struggled with suicidal depression from a young age as a result of being heavily teased and bullied in school. Being a seeker, Timothy researched many holistic tools from meditation to energy work but always found himself going in and out of depression. In 2013, he received a last minute invite to meet a ThetaHealing® practitioner and was immediately touched by how in depth the modality worked in a short amount of time and decided to work with her. Through a couple sessions, she helped Timothy to heal from his suicidal depression and from that moment, Timothy decided to learn ThetaHealing® to further help himself and others from similar emotional and other traumatic challenges. That year he founded The Infinite Transition to help guide people through the many challenging moments of their life’s journey and to help them heal, thrive, and live their organic truth.

Currently based in Reno, Nevada, Timothy uses his gifts of music and ThetaHealing® to live his own truth and to help others do the same. As an empath, he works with others like him and beyond to heal from old limiting beliefs and trauma and to reconnect to their truth. Timothy believes that we are all infinite beings and that infinite-ness is where we come from and what is used to propel us forward through life with our gifts.

For more information about Timothy Gay, visit the links below:

Web Address: www.theinfinitetransition.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theinfinitetransition
Twitter: www.twitter.com/infinite_trans
Instagram: www.instagram.com/theinfinitetransition
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAeYq160Je4BgsbFNAuMnAw

For more information about Robert Alexander, visit the links below:

Phone: 805-699-5298
Email: liferhythmscreativestudio@gmail.com
LifeRhythms (Customized Music & Private Sessions): liferhythms.us
Evlov Music: Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Mixcloud

Graphic Design: liferhythms.us/portfolio
Facebook (Personal): facebook.com/inliferhythm
Facebook (Professional): https://www.facebook.com/yourliferhythm/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liferhythms/
Instagram: @inliferhythm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/YourLifeRhythm

For more information about LifeRhythms Radio, please contact Robert Alexander directly at liferhythmsradioshow@gmail.com.

Also visit: www.liferhythms.us, or call Robert directly at 805-699-5298.

Ask Dr. Bunny. Music? Podcasts? Video Production? Chris Caccamise, guest.

Chris Caccamise, owner of CJE Productions, joins Dr. Bunny in his studio to discuss music, his podcast, video production, being a musician and so much more! Chris even has a YouTube channel with 11,500 subscribers – this is one talented & busy guy!

If you have any video or production needs, are looking to start a podcast, or if you need promotional content, Chris Caccamise is your guy! Tune in for a very interesting and fun interview! Oh, and by the way… how do you pronounce Caccamise?

About CJE Productions:
In today’s digitally connected world, a compelling and trenchant video presence for your business or product is absolutely essential.  Countless millions of videos are viewed every day on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and dozens of others affirming that Videos designed for social media platforms, as well as eCommerce and community websites have become paramount. Videos have now overwhelmingly become the number one consumed form of media on the internet with mobile video views set to become the preferred form of mobile communication.

At CJE Productions, we understand that wise advertising and/or social media plans designed for small businesses always allow for inclusion of all video content. We’re also cognitive of the fact that running a small business can often times be challenging and we’re here to help.

If you’re like many small business owners, you may have the desire to communicate the products or services you offer to others, but may simply lack the knowledge, time or resources to create compelling video messages. Any wise advertising and social media plan allows for inclusion of all video content.
Many of our clients have developed and established a strong digital media presence using our custom videos designed to showcase their business strengths, let us show you how we can help your small business ascend to the next level.

CJE Productions is your full-service video production partner. With our in-house production resources, you can deliver high-quality and affordable video content to a broad base of prospective clients. From retail automotive video production to music store showcases, in-studio broadcasts to event videography and everything in between, we are your one source video production team. Nothing captures attention as effectively as quality visuals. We offer no cost consultations, complete aerial videography, production budgeting, scheduling, and much more, so talk to us about developing your next custom video…
CJE Productions can bring your message to life.

CJE Productions—let us help you share your message.

Contact Chris Caccamise by E-mail at: chris@cjeproductions.com
Also visit: www.cjeproductions.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit: http://bunnyvreeland.org/ http://vreelandcollege.org/ http://upgradeyourlifewithdrbunny.com

Ask Dr. Bunny. Beautiful creations from scraps?? Aaron Peacock and Berta Kassai

Aaron Peacock and Berta Kassai

Aaron Peacock and Berta Kassai

Aaron Peacock and Berta join Dr. Bunny to discuss their very interesting life of travel, music, building their home on the side of a mountain in Portugal, and how they use recycled material to make BEAUTIFUL new items!  A very interesting interview that will have you seeing “scraps” in a whole new light!!

More about Scrappy Kids clothing:
“Scrappy Kids” presents one-of-a-kind high-quality clothing created from scraps of fabric, love, and a bit of magic.

The idea of Scrappy Kids was born back in the time when Berta was working as a tailor and sample machinist.  She was always amazed of the quantity of waste (mostly quite large “scraps”!), so she thought it can and should be turned into something beautiful,  instead of being thrown away.

Berta started to collect the scraps and started to sew little recycled jackets to make mommies and stylish kiddies happy 🙂 Now she is also making clothes to adults, too. Of course still only from up-cycled materials!

Find Aaron Peacock on SoundCloud at www.soundcloud.com/aaronpeacock

Find Berta & Scrappy Kids on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScrappyKids/?ref=br_rs  and https://www.facebook.com/berta.kassai?fref=ts
Soon to be launched website for Scrappy Kids:  http://scrappykids.com/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  www.BunnyVreeland.org  www.VreelandCollege.org

Ask Dr. Bunny. Where’d you get that great music? Alice Peacock, guest.

Alice Peacock and Dr. Bunny

Alice Peacock and Dr. Bunny

Alice Peacock, fabulous singer, songwriter and musician, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss music, motherhood and how she balances it all.  Alice wrote the fabulous music you hear at the opening and closing of the Dr. Bunny Show – “Might As Well Have Fun While You’re At It” –  which, you will learn, has a very special story of its own.  Tune in for a fun interview with an inspiring woman!

About Alice Peacock:

Nashville based recording artist Alice Peacock has released five albums as a major label and independent artist. Her eponymously titled album Alice Peacock featured the hit “Bliss”, a duet with John Mayer and her most recent CD, Myrick/Peacock is a duo project with long time collaborator Danny Myrick.

Many of Peacock’s songs have appeared in feature films and TV shows including Because of Winn Dixie, Men In Trees, The Ghost Whisperer, Pepper Dennis, What I Like About You, Dawson’s Creek and Smallville; feature films Because of Winn Dixie and Win A Date With Tad Hamilton and TV commercials such as Hershey’s product launch of Bliss chocolate.

In addition to touring extensively as a solo artist and with other artists including John Mellencamp, Aimee Mann, Toad The Wet Sprocket and Heart among others, Peacock has made many TV and radio stops including a special guest spot on the popular radio show A Prairie Home Companion.

Besides her musical pursuits, Alice is a socially conscious artist. She is a trustee of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (GRAMMYS) as well as a past President of NARAS’ Midwest Chapter. She is also the founder of Rock For Reading, an Illinois non-profit organization, which raises awareness and resources for reading and literacy programs through high profile music concerts.

Contact Alice Peacock at:  http://alicepeacock.com   http://deviousplanet.com/ap

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  www.BunnyVreeland.org  www.VreelandCollege.org

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