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Beyond Belief: Finding Your Soul Mate with Marla Martenson (March 2013)

Season 1, Episode 13
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Finding the ideal life partner can be one of the greatest challenges we may face. It’s good to know, that while you are searching, your soul mate is out there looking for you, too. Let Beverly Hills matchmaker Marla Martenson teaches you how to attract your soul mate in this interview with George Noory originally webcast March 8, 2013.

A professional matchmaker working in Los Angeles since 2001, Marla Martenson has helped countless couples connect with their soul mates and go on to marriage. Author of Diary of A Beverly Hills Matchmaker, she is also a certified life/dating coach and motivational speaker.

George Noory
Marla Martenson


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webster8, posted on September 2, 2016

.......does this have to do with "Beyond Belief?"

wm, posted on February 21, 2016

What a fun, lively, & engaging episode! Learned a few things myself, especially as a single, divorced man in my 50s. Marla is a hoot and must a joy to work with and perhaps a challenge, too. As such a planetary species, as such intensely social mammals, there's so much healing for so many relationships of all kinds, not just between lovers & partners, for many of us to do, too. Feels humbling in a way.
Altho this aired almost 3 years ago now, many thanks still to George Noory & Marla Martenson (& to Rock 'n' Roll Robin, too!).


abby6, posted on January 6, 2015

I am about the same age, 56.5 and also never married. I am not looking. My advice, however, to Ms. Red is she may be in the wrong town. There are a LOT of guys in California that are her age, into rock, liberal and do not smoke. No pot might be a bigger problem if she wants the rest of that package, but military often do not smoke and can be liberal. Military towns like San Diego could have a few older liberal guys that remember the Beatles on Ed Sullivan (as I do). I am surprised that George is surprised that there are women who choose to remain unmarried because they cannot find a husband who shares their values and ethics, because those are also the most important to me. Humor is next. Health, money and looks are pretty low on any list I would make. Willingness to clean up after one's self, to be responsible for one's actions is important. Maturity.

angelsouls444, posted on October 7, 2014

Marla was delightful, but the whole be sure you're in shape and know that men will upgrade eventually--matchmakers seem to have this way of making women sound disposable while simultaneously acting like they're helping you because they can get you a date with a rich guy. I don't love it or agree with it. End of it.

deena.mtrising, posted on June 11, 2014

Absolutely fabulous. She is gorgeous, whitty, fun, loves her what she does and brings this to all. Excellent episode. George is a great host and interviewer.
Thank You Gaiam and George for such uplifting positive shows. Choices.

Wonderland, posted on May 10, 2013

It was a different subject matter this time around but I did enjoy the show. Marla was a good guest. Was good hearing other peoples experiences.

ashiggins, posted on April 20, 2013

I really enjoyed this show and found the guest very interesting and fun. The host might want to work on his transitions a little.

oisinr, posted on March 21, 2013

George Noory always picks great guests and Marla Martenson is no exception to that. Isn't it interesting that with all the mobile phones and email devices we have, we've become even more distant... like a group of friends sitting in a restaurant, each one clicking away at their smart-phones, no-one saying a word.

Heather at GaiamTV, posted on March 15, 2013

Great advice for single people, especially if you've been out of the dating world for a while. No matter how we view ourselves, there are certain things men and woman want no matter what. Interesting stuff!

jeffrey905, posted on March 14, 2013

If you are single you really need to watch this episode. Marla shared great insight and information and shed new light on relationships. I have been divorced for ten years now, and had bad relationship after bad relationship. She got me thinking about the reasons. I am a fan and have started reading her books, with Marla's help there may be hope for even me.

marlamartenson, posted on March 29, 2014

Thanks Jeffrey, glad you enjoyed the interview! Marla

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