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Choices, Finding Your Joy With Paula Vail 02 – 27 – 18 Guest – Robert O. Williams Website: http://www.loveisthepower.com

Love Is the Power author Robert O. Williams is the co-founder of ONE08, Inc., a Portland-based innovative technology company. He is the inventor and developer of Quantum Code Technology™. Robert’s research has provided scientific breakthroughs in field-based technologies, consciousness, and human potential. Robert has also enjoyed success as a musician and educator. He taught music at the university level, and recorded and performed with such artists as The Beach Boys, Paul Horn, and Charles Lloyd. After having a near-death experience in 1979, Robert devoted all of his time and energy towards researching consciousness and subtle energy, along with conventional physics and medicine.

His research was published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine and the journal Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. He has been a guest lecturer several times at the University of California at Irvine and the Tai Sophia College of Alternative Medicine in Maryland. Additionally, Robert co-developed the ONE08 mobile phone Heart+ APP that can lower stress up to 30.2%. Love Is the Power describes in raw detail how his life journey continued to turn from one direction to another eventually leaving him struggling for his life, and the unexpected revelation that through various means, has improved the quality of life for millions.


The mission of Choices: Finding Your Joy is to spread positive energy, information, and inspiration through education and entertainment. The more informed viewers and listeners are about how to replenish their own emotions, body and souls; the more able they are to make choices that spread authentic awareness, truth, love, and joy to themselves and to others.

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