Grassroots Holistic Health

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Synopsis

Grassroots Holistic Health was created to foster global healing on all levels of existence which encompass mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.Our focus is to foster respect for all religions and principles that honor marriage, family, children, elders and our ancestors, to encourage the elimination of vulgarity and lower self-interaction with each other and to create leadership within ourselves that promote service to each other with the highest of integrity.To provide information regarding various holistic healing and medicinal remedies for all illness and to provide information for a proactive life style that offers preventive health practices. To invite a diversified group of holistic health specialist and doctors as guest speakers along with authors of books devoted to health issues and remedies.For those of you who would like to have a health supplement to assist in maximizing your health we offer popular supplement with ingredients from the Himalayan Mountains.Baba Wesley Gray is a lightworker, and as such,will not tolerate hateful comments or profanity from any guest or caller via any medium. Let us work together to spread universal love and healing. Are you interested in being a guest on Grassroots Holistic Health? Email us here and we will get back to you. For more detailed information, please visit the following site: www.worldwidehealthandwealthmovement.comDisclaimer: Callers must be at least 18 years old. All information shared is for entertainment purposes only. Note that Baba Wesley Gray does not personally endorse any quest or their products/services and will not except liability for anyone's action in any matter. As with all areas of life, it is recommended that you do your own research and consult with a licensed medical doctor.

Episodes

  • Coping with The Pandemic -Self Medicating or Meditation-Healthy Food & Exercise

    28/02/2021 Duration: 53min

    Part 2 - "...our material disease is holding persistently to the belief in our total independence. This is ironic because, although a certain amount of free will is the birthright of all human beings, but we are not really free.Our minds are controlled. Every time we turn on the television, listen to the radio, read the newspaper or interact with social institutions, we are being programmed. We must be careful not to adopt the bad habits of others around us. For example, We may easily become distracted by sense gratification if we are surrounded by people who indulge their senses regularly.  Or we may become self-centered, taking care of ourselves to the exclusion of anyone else, again following the poor example of those around us."  We will talk about positive aspects of self quarantine,.Why it is important to wear a mask and practice social distancing.How a plant based Live-it or Diet,along with exercise and having 8 hours of sleep can be your best line of defence -Who is most at risk? What works to boost

  • Part 2 - A Narrative About Our Health and Covid-19..Let Thy Food Be Thy Medicine

    27/09/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    Join us LIVE, Sunday 9/27/20 at 5:00 pm EST. Call (516) 418-5829 with your comments or questions.  We will talk about positive aspects of self quarantine,.Why it is important to wear a mask and practice social distancing.How a plant based Live-it or Diet,along with exercise and having 8 hours of sleep can be your best line of defence -Who is most at risk? What works to boost your immune system "For a whole host of economic, political and historical reasons,Georges C. Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association,says it’s a threat that African Americans need to take particularly seriously “We get a lot of misinformation circulating through our communities,” Benjamin said.“We fundamentally don’t trust some of the non-black institutions because they donot serve us well.We need to make sure our trusted institutions, clinicians of color, churches,community organizations,are better educated.”.The biggest challenge is the fact that people of color,African Americans, start out with health o

  • A Narrative About Your Health & Covid-19...Let Thy Food Be Thy Medicine

    20/09/2020 Duration: 01h06min

    Join us LIVE, Sunday 9/20/20 at 5:00 pm EST. Call (516) 418-5829 with your comments or questions.  We will talk about positive aspects of self quarantine,.Why it is important to wear a mask and practice social distancing.How a plant based Live-it or Diet,along with exercise and having 8 hours of sleep can be your best line of defence -Who is most at risk? What works to boost your immune system "For a whole host of economic, political and historical reasons,Georges C. Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association,says it’s a threat that African Americans need to take particularly seriously “We get a lot of misinformation circulating through our communities,” Benjamin said.“We fundamentally don’t trust some of the non-black institutions because they donot serve us well.We need to make sure our trusted institutions, clinicians of color, churches,community organizations,are better educated.”.The biggest challenge is the fact that people of color,African Americans, start out with health o

  • The Healing Drum ... Tolerance and Peace..A Live Interview With Yaya Diallo

    02/08/2020 Duration: 01h03min

    The Healing Drum By Yaya Diallo and Mitchell Hall..is a  worldwide best selling book, which is noteworthy for its emphasis on the moral significance of music. In this time of unprecedented rapid change,The Healing Drum wisely suggests what music and musicians can do to help create a moral and spiritual world." " Yaya Diallo was raised in a culture that works,worships,lives, and breathes to the beat of the drum. An instrument for transmitting traditional knowledge among the Minianka, the drum is the focal point of Yaya's life story and his link-through the universl medium of music-with the Western world."-"Exploring the Minianka view of the human being and the cosmos relative to daily work,celebration, herbal medicine, dance,trance initiation and death, in the tradition of the Minianka, music is a remedy for both physical and psychological imbalances, harmonizing the forces of the visible and invisible worlds. Along with excerpts from the book we will discuss the message of The Healing Drum and how it can affe

  • Grassroots Strategy of How To Navigate The Coronavirus ( Covid-19) - Part 3

    29/03/2020 Duration: 01h08min

    Join us LIVE, Sunday 3/29/20 at 3:00 pm EST. Call (516) 453-9459 with your comments or questions.  We will talk about positive aspects of self quarantine,.What are the Symptoms of the illness and how do you know you have it?- What is the incubation period?.- Who is most at risk?“..How deadly is it?- What works to boost your immune system. " For a whole host of economic, political and historical reasons, Georges C. Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association, says it’s a threat that African Americans need to take particularly seriously. “We get a lot of misinformation circulating through our communities,” Benjamin said. “We fundamentally don’t trust some of the [non-black] institutions because they do not serve us well. We need to make sure our trusted institutions, clinicians of color, churches, community organizations, are better educated.”.." The biggest challenge is the fact that people of color, African Americans, start out with health outcomes that are disproportionately poor

  • Navigating The Corona-virus - Part 2

    22/03/2020 Duration: 01h05min

    Join us LIVE, Sunday 3/22/20 at 3:00 pm EST. Call (516) 453-9459 with your comments or questions.  We will talk about positive aspects of self quarantine,.What are the Symptoms of the illness and how do you know you have it?- What is the incubation period?.- Who is most at risk?“..How deadly is it?- What works to boost your immune system. " For a whole host of economic, political and historical reasons, Georges C. Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association, says it’s a threat that African Americans need to take particularly seriously. “We get a lot of misinformation circulating through our communities,” Benjamin said. “We fundamentally don’t trust some of the [non-black] institutions because they do not serve us well. We need to make sure our trusted institutions, clinicians of color, churches, community organizations, are better educated.”.." The biggest challenge is the fact that people of color, African Americans, start out with health outcomes that are disproportionately poor

  • Live Interview with Dr. Kyrin Dunston... Reversing Diabetes and More

    18/08/2019 Duration: 01h05min

    Leading by example, OBGYN Dr.Kyrin Dunston lost a life-changing 100 lbs.and healed herself by addressing the root causes of her overweight and dysfunction.This personal transformation in turn caused a professional one and she left OBGYN practice in 2011 to pursue helping women heal with this revolutionary type of natural medicine after becoming a fellowship trained in Anti-Aging, Metabolic and Functional Medicine. Dr. Kyrin’s book “Cracking the Bikini Code:6 Secrets to Permanent Weight Loss Success” brought her in office natural weight and health restoration program to women everywhere..the book is available on Amazon.com As the host of the Menopause Boss Youtube series Dr.Dunston educates and inspires women to take control of their bodies and their lives and to thrive in menopause,not just survive.so they can correct thefour root causes of menopause breakdown and begin regaining energy and losing weight,.Dr. Dunston has been BoardCertified in OBGYN for 20 years and is fellowship trained in Anti-Aging,Metab

  • Join Us As We Interview Gong Master, Yoga and Massage Therapist Gary Ormsby

    03/09/2017 Duration: 01h02min

    Gary Ormsby affectionately known as Garbha (Divine Seed), is a Yoga Therapist, N.Y.S. Licensed Massage Therapist, Gong Master. He has been teaching Yoga, and meditation since 1977. Gary has taught in all of New York City's Juvenile Justice System facilities and Harlem Children Zone for over 10 years, along with senior centes within the urban community. Gary owned one of the 1st yoga centers in Harlem. He is also a Thai Massage Master and enjoys teaching and exposing the African American Community to this holistic healing modality not yet widely recognized. Gary is a firm believer in the body's amazing ability to heal its self, through diet, exercise, medicated oils and most importantly, he states, meditation. He teaches meditation and deep relaxation using the sound vibration of "The Gong" to help facilitate the entering of healing alpha states of consciousness, to promote and encourage physical homostatis and mental equanimity or self healing and mental clarity. Resolving deep seat mind/body maladies, confl

  • Join us as we interview Master Percussionist Mwata Nubian

    26/08/2017 Duration: 01h02min

    Mwata Nubian has achieved national and international acclaim as Founder and Artistic Director of Nubian Messengers - Ancient Future Ensemble...Percussionist, Conjunto Nuevo Milenio: Panamanian folkloric ensemble...Dummer, Amirikanke Kultural Arts Company: West African and Diaspora drum and dance ensemble...Drummer, Harambee Dance Company: West African Dance and Drum Company, 199 to 2007...Drummer, Purelements: African-American Dance Company...Drummer, Creative Outlet Dance Theater of Brooklyn: African-American Dance Theater...along with being a Kwanzaa presenter and practitioner, Member of the Schomburg Research Center, NYC...Member of Citywide Coalition of Behavioral Health for the Black Elderly...Member National Association of Black Social Workers..Member of AARP and a member of the Brooklyn based Park Slope Food Coop.. Mwata Nubian recieved a BA from SUNY at Stony Brook...a MSW from Hunter School of Social Work..is a former Adjunct Faculty - Hostra Community College and LaGuardia Community College...and A

  • Live Interview with The Legendary Steve Cromity

    13/08/2017 Duration: 01h00s

    Steve was born in Bed-Stuy,Brooklyn where he grew up.His family’s apartment was over a tavern named Jack’s Bar and Grill. He remembers hearing Coltrane,Miles,and Nina on the juke box that had the latest jazz releases on them.Those sounds seeped into his soul forever.He played drums in junior high and high school and his musical appreciation and musical knowledge was that much more established. However,years passed with no musical involvement,and he had a family to raise.But, then he heard Eddie Jefferson,“the godfather of vocalese”.That was the seed that blossomed into where Steve is today. His other influences were Oscar Brown,Jr,Johnny Hartman,and Billy Eckstine. Steve’s foray into the world of jazz started his debut CD, “Steppin’ Out,”which garnered him considerable accolades. Steve worked with several leading NYC jazz musicians.  He’s performed at many of NYC's venues,including Birdland,Smoke,Cleopatra’s Needle,Katano,Lenox Lounge and Jazz 966. He has performed with many of NYC’s finest jazz artist: i

  • Spiritual Partnership - The Journey to Authentic Power- Gary Zukav

    30/04/2017 Duration: 30min

    "Whatever you call your path, it is not spiritual if your interactionsare not becoming more conscious andmore loving"     - Gary Zukav- Gary Zukav is the author of four consecutive NewYorkTimes bestsellers.In1979,The Dancing Wu Li Master: An overview ofthe New Physics plumbed the depts of quantum physics and relativity,winning the American Book Award The Seat of the Soul led the way to seeing the alignment of the personality and the soul asthe fullfillment of life. In Spiritual Partnership,Bestselling aurhor Gary Zukav reveals a profound new relationship dynamic that enables us to reach our full potential andcreate authentic power-the fullfilling and joyful life that is calling usall Spiritual partnerships are not only for couples in marriage;they can be created anywhere two are more individuals decide to engage as equals for the purposeof spiritual development. Filled with poignant examples and practical guidance, including specific guidelines,Spiritual Partnership empowers us and enables usto explore our

  • Interview With Christopher Wallace's aka Biggie's First Teacher-Mel Blackman

    23/04/2017 Duration: 01h00s

      Name:Melvin Blackman, Founder of THE BURNING HOUSE PROJECT Mel was born in December of 1947 to Winston and Etheline Blackman.Mel is the eldest of three siblings. Although he came from a fairly strict background, he wound up turning to the negativity of the streets of Brooklyn after turning18. Mel was not a bad person,but did get into trouble from time to time that fortunately didn’t lead him to prison. Mel has worked since he was15 years old and even though he later fell into substance abuse,he always managed to keep a job. Mel has been drug and alcohol free since March 7,1986 (31years). Mel is a graduate of Boys H.S.(Class of ’65)but his addiction issue prevented him from completing his college and drafting school attempts.Mel went from being a day care teacher to working in the public school system in the maintenance department,due to a much higher pay scale. However,he left that job in1993,to go into the lower salaried position as a substance abuse counselor in Harlem. Mel retired in20

  • Live Interview with Dr Jean Alerte

    09/04/2017 Duration: 01h26min

    You are invited to join us as we interview Dr.Jean Alerte about his widely aclaimed book Single Man Married Man. The Following Co-Authors are:   Jickael Bazin,Frank Gateau ,Rae Holliday,Zangba Thomson, Jamie Hector, also including contributors...Kel Spencer,Pervis Taylor lll and Fadelf Jackson  So what really goes on in the male psyche when it comes to romantic relationships? If you’ve ever wanted a peek inside the minds of real men, this is your chance. Single Man, Married Manbrings together seven men from seven different worlds—single, married, engaged, and divorced—as they answer questions and share their unique insights about love and marriage. Jean Alerte was born in Port Au Prince, Haiti. At the age of five, he migrated to Brooklyn, New York.  His work experiences range from being a licensed mortage banker, a marketer, Talent manager,brander and consultant to many business and industry professionals, Jean was awarded the Young, Gifted and Black Entrepreneural Strategic Marketing Award in 2012.

  • Live Interview with Biggie Smalls First Teacher - Mel Blackman - Author

    02/04/2017 Duration: 01h08min

    About The Author... Along with being a successful author, lecturer, substance abuse conselor and community activist...Mel Blackman was Chistopher Wallace's first teacher at Qunicy-Lexington Opern Door Day Care Center in Brooklyn NY..., He impacted many of his students lives including Christorpher Wallace who is known worldwide as the late Biggie Smalls..In this interview,.Mr Blackman and some of Biggie Smalls contemporaires will share the experiences of thier formative years with Christopher Wallace...   Mel Blackman has worked professionally in the "Substance Abuse" field counseling and lecturing drug abusers.  Mr Blackman has dedicated his life to helping members of the community to help themselves get off drugs.  He has earned numerous CASAC certificates in conventional drug rehabilitation training. Crisis In Urban America is the Forbidden tell all of the indoctrination and state of Black America..." Are you sick and tired of hearing not all ...but too many members...of our urban Black communities in th

  • Live Interview with The Legendary Alex Layne

    26/03/2017 Duration: 01h08min

    New York born bassist Alex Layne began his musical career in 1959 at Count Basies Night Club. After attending the High School of Music & Art, the 20 year old landed a job with the clubs house band headed by Steve Pulliam. Layne graduated with honors from Bronx Community College and continued his studies as a music major at Queens College. He has also studied privately with bassists Stuart Sanky, Ron Carter, and Alvin Bhrem. Basies Night Club was just the beginning for this extraordinary musician; he went on to be a major player on the N.Y. scene. He has appeared with some of the great musicians of our time from Coleman Hawkins and Max Roach to Freddy Hubbard and Cedar Walton. However, the bulk of his career has been spent accompanying the top vocalists of his time- Billy Eckstein, Carmen McRae, Gloria Lynn, Johnny Hartman, and Miriam Makeba, to name a few. His knowledge of music theory and its application to solo and group performance is of the highest order. He is a formidable performer both as soloist

  • Live Interview with The Legendary Jazz Bassist Stanley Banks

    18/02/2017 Duration: 01h56min

    Stanley was featured in an issue of "Bass Guitar"magazine and on the cover of David Klein's15th issue of "Living Nutrition" magazine,in which Stanley discusses his130 lb weight loss since adopting a new lifestyle as a Raw Foodist for the past 18 years.Considered by many in the Jazz community to be somewhat of a health guru,Stanley will share with us his experience with giving health advice to fellow musicians such as recently departed jazz legend Al Jerreau and many others.. Stanley is a Brooklyn native,who began playing bass guitar n High School.Stanley performed 2 yrs with the New York City High School Orchestra and Chorus at Philharmonic Hall.He later joined 10 time Grammy winning Artist "George Benson".He has continued to play along side him as his bassist for over 35 years,and has recorded on albums such as"Breezin","Weekend In LA"."The Greatest",and others that have gone gold or platuinum.He has also appeared with such as Chaka Khan,Aretha Franklin,Ester Phillips,Freddie Hubbard, Al Jarreau,David Sanbo

  • Live Interview With The Legendary Eric Frazier

    04/02/2017 Duration: 01h34min

    Eric Frazier has achieved national and international acclaim doing what he loves, music! A singer/songwriter/composer with the spirit of music in his blood, he burst onto the scene after transitioning from a career as a school Principal and Education Executive to follow his passion for music and storytelling. His current CD "In The Same Place, Includes: Eric Frazier-vocals, congas, percussion, Pamela Cornelius- vocals, Danny Mixon-piano, Yoichi Uzeki-piano, Gene Ghee-tenor sax, Paul Beaudry-bass, Lonnie Plaxico- bass, Charles Bartlett-trumpet, and Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax-drums Eric has recorded or performed with artists such as  Alvin Pousaint, Pharoah Sanders, Jack McDuff, Reggie Workman, Robin Kenyatta, Carlos Garnett, Jimmy Ziegler, Bob Cunningham, Stanley Banks, Danny Mixon, Dr Lonnie Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Rueben Wilson and a long list great artists. He was educated at Southern Illinois University with a degree in Africana Studies, Economics and Sociology and Cultures which he completed in three years!

  • Live Interview With Palmer Lampkin & Jesse Lampkin-West Indian Parade Founders

    25/09/2016 Duration: 01h21min

    In the 1920s, immigrants from Trinidad and other Caribbean islands with a carnival tradition began celebrating Carnival in private spaces in Harlem. These celebrations took place during the traditional pre-Lenten period. In the mid-1940s, Trinidadian Jesse and Brother Palmer Lampkin other family members and friends organized a street festival held on Labor Day, on 7th Avenue in Harlem. The parade permit for Harlem was revoked in 1964 following a disturbance. Five years later, a committee headed by Carlos Lezama obtained permission to parade on Eastern Parkway. That committee became the West Indian-American Day Carnival Association, now a well-established organization. Lezama headed the organization through many years of growth, retiring at the age of 78 in 2001. His daughter, Yolanda Lezama-Clark, was subsequently elected President. Events are held every year from the Thursday before Labor Day through the weekend, culminating in the parade on Labor Day itself. The parade now proceeds from Utica Avenue along

  • Live Interview with Mel Blackman - Author of Crisis In Urban Black America

    11/09/2016 Duration: 01h21min

    About The Author... Mel Blackman has worked professionally in the "Substance Abuse" field counseling and lecturing drug abusers.  Mr Blackman has dedicated his life to helping members of the community to help themselves get off drugs.  He has earned numerous CASAC certificates in conventional drug rehabilitation training. Crisis In Urban America is the Forbidden tell all of the indoctrination and state of Black America..." Are you sick and tired of hearing not all ...but too many members...of our urban Black communities in this country give one excuse after another about why we try our best to stay stuck...why we allow predators in our communities? Are you tired of people acting like they don't see what is right under their very noses!  Are You tired of mass scale Black denial? Are You Tires of Waiting for Balck "leaders" to tell the truth? Crisis In Urban America is a compelling dialougue that is intermingled with urban rhymes and stories of crack cocaine users reflecting the author's interpretation of th

  • Live Interview with Herbalist and Acupuncturist Johnathan Hadas Edwards

    07/08/2016 Duration: 01h09min

    Breaking the Spell: Weeds to Replace Weed Sweet seductress, balm for frayed nerves, scourge of youth, inspiration in a blossom—Cannabis is many things to many people. From dispensaries to park benches, she’s everywhere you turn these days; love her or hate her, marijuana’s enjoying a new golden age. Jonathan Hadas Edwards, MSOM, LAc is a Brooklyn-based herbalist, acupuncturist, writer and diviner. Blessed to come into close contact with several wisdom traditions, he’s dedicated to sharing nourishment from their deep wells for the sake of vitality, clarity, and alignment. More about his work at axismundihealingarts.com 917-257-8663

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