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WAS.MEDIA
A Brief History of Drugs. 7 Ways Our Ancestors Got High. Shocking Facts

WAS.MEDIA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 14:51


A Brief History of Drugs. 7 Ways Our Ancestors Got High. Shocking Facts Drug use is almost as old as humanity itself. Perhaps, seeking for a buzz is at the heart of our nature. In this episode, we will tell you what exactly shamans smoked, why Egypt was the main exporter of opium in the world and what drug made you braver on the battlefield. Listen in Ukrainian: https://anchor.fm/waspodcastukr Listen in Russian: https://anchor.fm/waspodcastrus Watch on youtube: https://linktr.ee/WASMedia

TheHealthHub
Inside The Great Vaccine Race With Dugald Maudsley

TheHealthHub

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 53:18


In this episode we speak with Dugald Maudsley about his new documentary Inside The Great Vaccine Race. Dugald is an award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is also Creative Director of Infield Fly Productions, a Toronto-based independent that creates blue chip science and natural history documentaries for broadcasters around the world. At Infield Fly Productions, Dugald helped create the popular series Myth or Science for The Nature of Things with David Suzuki, on CBC Television. It has been broadcast in more than 50 countries. Infield Fly Productions has also worked with renowned broadcaster, Sir David Attenborough, to produce the award-winning documentary Jumbo: The Life of an Elephant Superstar for CBC TV and the BBC Television. Dugald has created and produced highly acclaimed series, feature documentaries and one off documentaries. He's currently working on films about the pandemic, climate change and a three part series for Netflix, Sky TV and the CBC on the unique way animals use sound to survive. Over a 30-year career Dugald has been an on-air national reporter and produced documentaries from many of the world's war zones. His interest in real life, personal stories comes from a career of traveling the globe to make films on subjects as varied as the HIV crisis in Africa, the war on heroin in Pakistan, and Saddam Hussein's oppression of the Kurds. He began working as a television journalist in New Zealand before joining the Australia ABC. Here he won the country's highest journalism award for a series on the Russian coup before becoming the executive producer of a prime time documentary series called Foreign Correspondent. In this role Dugald oversaw the production of more than 120 hours of programming that garnered dozens of international awards. In 2006, Dugald created the Gemini-nominated genealogy series Ancestors in the Attic for History Television. During four successful seasons he produced 49 documentaries shot around the world from Canada's high Arctic to West Africa, China and Belarus. Dugald also helped produce a four part series on wildlife trafficking for Nat Geo Wild in the United States, and another documentary on human trafficking for Explorer on the National Geographic Channel. Infield Fly Productions has been honoured with numerous awards including three prestigious Canadian Screen Awards, the Documentary POV Award at the 2021 Yorkton Film Festival and a Jackson Hole Science Media Award. Talking Points: 1. The unprecedented level of collaboration between scientists involved in COVID vaccine research 2. The profound personal sacrifices made by these scientists 3. RNA technology as a game changer in the field of medicine Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/cbcgem https://gem.cbc.ca/ https://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/episodes/inside-the-great-vaccine-race https://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené
Ep 84 Recoding Masculine and Feminine Energetics with Laura Grant

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 53:36


Laura Grant is a Spiritual Teacher and Intuitive Coach who utilizes a combination of her background in music, business, education, and studies in spiritual science to provide service for humanity. She is a channel for the Spirit world who is deeply connected to her Ancestors and Ancient Wisdom. She is an awakened feminine who is inspired by a higher power and dedicated to assisting with the ongoing evolution of the human collective. We sit down with Laura for a deep dive into our inner world through the lens of what Carl Jung first coined our anima and animus, why the integration of both our masculine and feminine energies is a fundamental component of our mental health and collective healing, why tapping into our intuition will be such a fundamental aspect of leadership in the new paradigm of humanity, and balancing these energies within can help us identify a sense of purpose and interdependence in romantic relationships.  You can connect with Laura on Instagram @laurathewokenmind or on her website thewokenmind.com. Interested in joining a live virtual group class with us? We lead a variety of wellness sessions every week in TAT Lab. Visit tatlab.app or @thetatlab on Instagram to learn more about the safe, supportive community created to help you on your journey to a better version of yourself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Two-million-year-old bones reveal how our ancient ancestors got about

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 9:34


Guest: Prof Lee Berger, Research Professor in Human Evolution at Wits University joins John to discuss an exciting new study that has revealed the evolutionary trail towards the very human trait by which we walk the walk.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Story Time Tamil
தேடி ஓடு | REAL TREASURE

Story Time Tamil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 16:02


Why was Dhanapal concerned about Sathyapal? What did he tell him about the treasure his ancestors kept? Where did Sathyapal start? Whom did he meet on his way? What did Gokuldas tell him? Did Sathyapal get the treasure?தனபாலுக்கு சத்யபால் பற்றி என்ன கவலை இருந்தது? முன்னோர்கள் வைத்துப் போன புதையலைப் பற்றி சத்யபாலிடம் அவர் என்ன சொன்னார்? சத்யபால் எங்கே புறப்பட்டான்? வழியில் அவன் யாரை சந்தித்தான்? கோகுல்தாஸ் அவனிடம் என்ன சொன்னார்? சத்யபாலுக்கு புதையல் கிடைத்ததா?Youtube Story Link: https://youtu.be/9_a5b4d3ghI You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcast App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/iosYou can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com

The Bitcoin Development Podcast
Mempool Ancestors and Descendants

The Bitcoin Development Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 19:11


John and Gloria continue their discussion of Bitcoin's mempool by explaining parent, child, ancestor and descendant transactions. 0:00 - Parent and child transactions 2:23 - Relevance of ancestors and descendants to the mempool 4:17 - Reasons transactions leave the mempool 6:58 - Block construction considerations for miners 11:46 - Full node performance considerations 16:15 - Child pays for parent and missing inputs Brink supports and mentors new contributors to open source Bitcoin development through our fellowship program, and supports the work of established Bitcoin protocol engineers through our grants program. Visit https://brink.dev/ to learn more.

Stories in Our Roots with Heather Murphy
Lucy Liu | Chinese Culture of Remembering Ancestors

Stories in Our Roots with Heather Murphy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 14:49


In this episode Lucy shares:What burning paper money on Chinese New Year has to do with honoring ancestorsWhy she is grateful for her grandmotherThe tradition of praying to, or for, ancestorsAbout Lucy:Lucy Liu is a business and life coach helping women in life transitions unstuck, kiss overwhelm bye, cultivate rockstar confidence, see clarity, reach new goals, and live a joyful fulfilling life! She is an unshakable optimist, wife, mother, easy-going entrepreneur, women empowerment workshop facilitator, motivational speaker, author and inspires as the host of her weekly podcast The Lucy Liu Show, She has been featured in Medium, VoyageLA, Elephant Journal, ThriveGlobal, FOX, CBS, NBC and dozens of podcasts.Website          www.lucyliucoaching.com Facebook        @mslucyliuInstagram       @mslucyliuTwitter            @mslucyliu LinkedIn          @mslucyliu  Episode Sponsor: Episode sponsored by Heather Murphy's personalized coaching service, Resilience in Your Roots. Get a free workbook, "Release Limiting Beliefs by Understanding Your Family History " to help identify your beliefs, where they come from, and how to choose your beliefs moving forward.Ancestry.com Sign up for a 2 week free trial and discover the records that tell the stories of your ancestors.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud
66. Keizan Quartet 4: Pure Meditation IV

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 20:53


All of the teachingsare met within this zazen:pure meditation!* * *In the last segment we ended with Keizan's discussion of the Precepts, the true ones that go beyond mental characterization. These are the manifest Precepts, that do not depend upon our practice. They are natural, and universal. Such constructions as, “Do not kill,” “Do not steal,” and “Do not lie” become statements of the truth — that actually, the universe that gives us birth is that which actually ends life, and we cannot even own anything, let alone steal it. We cannot actually tell the truth, no matter how erudite, or glib, our speech. These, of course, are absolutist views of the Precepts, which also have relative meaning. In this segment we will continue with what the master says about the remaining two “aspects of spiritual training” he mentions. Beginning with mindfulness:“Mindfulness” is the observing that there is nothing that is in excess. When seated in pure meditation, we let go of “body and mind,” abandon “delusion and enlightenment.” We are unchanging, immovable, unwillful, impervious. We are like a simpleton or a legless man. We are like a mountain or an ocean: no trace of “movement versus stillness” has yet arisen. When mindful, there is no fixed state of things. Short and sweet, but comprehensive. Reminds again of Hsinshinming, “The Way is perfect like vast space — nothing lacking, nothing in excess.” Compare with the modern take on mindfulness, from the pop meditation of the same name, meaning “being in the moment.” In our anxiety- and uncertainty-ridden society, just being able to be in the moment for a moment or two, rather than obsessively ruminating over the past, or planning for the future, is certainly welcome. However, it does not begin to answer the question, Mindful of what? Keizan's abbreviated answer is meant to focus like a laser on one key point, but we would be prone to include mindfulness of the Four Noble truths and other central teachings of Buddha. However, his main point here is that we should also not obsess over these teachings, as such. After all, they are only pointing at the reality in front of our face. Which has nothing extra, nothing truly separate, in mokurai, the complementarity of movement and stillness. He takes a similarly blunt approach to defining wise discernment:“Wise discernment” is being selective within enlightened awareness. When seated in pure meditation, what is intellectually known spontaneously vanishes and self-consciousness is discarded. Your whole being's Eye of Discernment possesses no “specialized insight”: It clearly sees Buddha Nature and is, from the first, not deluded.Keizan uses this kind of expression, “from the first,” repeatedly. We will find Hakuin Zenji starting off his Song of Zazen with “From the beginning…” This captures the meaning of “refuge” in Zen — having the connotation of returning to the safe place from which we originated. It has all been like a bad dream, but we are the authors of that dream, and when we wake up, everything will be okay with us. The rest of the baggage that we carry with us — delusion, and the intellectual ramblings and self-centered striving that result — fall away. The emphasis on spontaneity means that this is not something we can do intentionally, but it can happen. Before launching into another litany of practical things like seeking a “good, quiet place,” a thick cushion, avoiding “mist, smoke, or fog” and “rain and dew,” keeping “your sitting place neat and clean,” et cetera, and repeating some of the prior instructions, he delves again into more specifically mental, or better, counter-mental, techniques:This is the technique for meditating: Let go of, and abandon, awareness of thoughts; put to rest looking at mental fancies and images. Do not devise some notion of what “realizing Buddha-hood” is. Do not let right and wrong control you. Act as if you were saving your head which was ablaze!Here we are hearing echoes of Dogen, for sure. Again, the “hair-on-fire” expression may have been a common trope in this period, much as it is currently. The “…give up even the idea of becoming a Buddha” is, again, pure Dogen. It begins to look like this document may have been a result of someone taking notes, or writing down a spontaneous talk given by Keizan Zenji to an audience. It has that kind of character, of jumping from point to point, and being careful to remember and transmit some of the golden nuggets he had inherited from the newly-developing legacy of Dogen's lineage. Many of the passages sound like direct quotes, perhaps paraphrased, and morphed in translation, from various of Dogen's written teachings, which have a more structured feel. Keizan is either quoting or channeling Dogen's Jijuyu Zammai when he says:Do not get involved with the burning of incense, the making of bows, the reciting of the Buddha's name, the undergoing of some penitential ritual, the reading of Scriptures, the holding on to a daily work schedule: just sitting, without “doing” anything, is what you should aim at above all.This does not strike me as the kind of advice and encouragement to a kind of indolence that the parents of the young monks in Keizan's charge would approve. But with a couple of notable exceptions, it seem lifted verbatim from his predecessor. It is notable that in the first line to Jijuyu Zammai, “practice” is the only thing that Dogen mentions and does not repeat in the following two lines, which seem to refute the first. Don't take my word for it, check it out. Practice transcends the relative, absolute, and even the nondual Buddha Way, whereas “…delusion and realization…birth and death…buddhas and sentient beings,” the other binaries recited as examples, apparently do not. “Practice, practice, practice!” sayeth the Preacher.Next, another whiplash:As a general practice, when doing seated meditation, you should put on your kesa. (Remove it in the dark before dawn and at dusk, as you come out of the meditation state.) Do not omit this.He segues instantly from recommending against following traditional protocols to insisting on wearing the formal robe. The kesa, for the uninitiated, is the quilt-like outer robe, which is typically donned at the beginning of zazen, and removed after. This seeming contradiction may be resolved by a sober analysis of what else the average monk would have available to wear, other than the robe, which can hide a lot of sins. The three undergarments in usage today — the juban, or undershirt, with some sort of boxer shorts; and the kimono and koromo, the Japanese and Chinese under-robes, respectively; may not have been universally in vogue. We do have to keep up appearances, to some degree.There are some deep-dive details noted in the text that may be of importance to scholars and historians, another reason I suspect that this may have been recorded from a live presentation in the zendo, or lecture hall. Before going into boilerplate instructions for the posture, one mention by the master I think is useful to clarify some confusion that arises yet today:Whilst on your mat… do not always sustain the cross-legged, “lotus” sitting position; range from a half-lotus position to, later, sitting with your feet under your spine. This is the method of sitting of the Buddhas and Ancestors: sometimes to do full lotus, sometimes half-lotus.This is different from Dogen's written record, but may have been characteristic of his live instructions. Remember that Keizan was born only 15 years after Dogen's demise, so his teachers had lived with and learned from the great founder in person. Note the admonition, more than a mere suggestion, to “not always sustain the cross-legged” position. This will come as a relief to many contemporary practitioners, who have been told that they must assume the “correct” posture, and heaven forfend if you should move. Buddha moved. I guaran-damn-tee you, Buddha moved.We recommend rotating through the various postures — over time, not continuously — to develop the requisite flexibility in the lower body, hips, knees, legs and ankles. Also sitting on a chair, including the ergonomic kind. Zen is always contemporary, as Matsuoka Roshi insisted. There is nothing magical in the lotus posture. It is, simply, more stable than the others, like the proverbial three-legged stool. What follows is familiar enough to those who follow Soto Zen praxis that we can skip it here. However, there are a couple of details that I think worth retelling, separated by more details in the text (italics mine):Next, your should settle down in your sitting placed by swaying your body seven or eight times in ever smaller movements, then steadily sitting erect.When you wish to arise from meditation, first, place your hands respectfully on your knees and sway your body seven or eight times in ever larger movements.This is a small, but not insignificant, improvement over the written instructions in Fukanzazengi, as the “ever smaller” movements in the beginning help us to find the central “sweet spot” in the posture, where we come into equilibrium, or equipoise, with gravity, the most efficient and effortless proprioception. The “ever larger” pendulum moves at the end of the session likewise loosen the musculature, especially the lotus-position base, allowing us to rise without strain. This set of moves is most often forgotten by many contemporaries, but makes the approach to zazen more like any other physical exercise.Keizan goes on to give similar instructions when rising and beginning walking meditation, when sleepy, and for breathing while walking, which he treats as an antidote to sleepiness, none of which I recall from Dogen's documentation. Doesn't mean they weren't there, but Keizan's emphasis does seem to be on some other syllables. Included in the advice for kinhin is the nugget:Although you are walking, do it as though you are not walking: be calm and tranquil, and do not thrash your body about.The last thing anyone who has done kinhin would associate with it, I think, is thrashing your body about. This rather comic image may reflect the young age at which some of the young monks, or unsui, would be sent to the monastery. Walking as if you are not walking is a wonderful idea. Matsuoka Roshi would often say, “Put your whole self into the walking” or “into the sitting. If you can put your whole self into this, you will gain the power to put your whole self into everything you do, and will become the strongest person in the world.” Today we might say that you will become the best version of yourself.I often say that zazen is like “falling asleep staying awake.” In other words, like drifting off to sleep, our natural, busy monkey mind preoccupations tamp down to a dull roar, we begin to lose sensory awareness, maybe even experience sudden vertigo, and in general, lose the turgor associated with normal awakeness and anxiety. But while this process sets in, we stay awake and observe it rather scientifically. Keizan seems to concur, offering some evasive maneuvers to fight off sleep:If drowsiness persists, you should make a vow, saying, “Because my karmic habits are already heavy, I am now shrouded in sleep. When will I awaken from my dark and confused wandering in the mind? I pray that the Buddhas and Ancestors will confer their great compassion on me and remove my dark and heavy suffering.”I suspect that these techniques address what we might recognize as symptoms of sleep deprivation. The dawn-to-dusk design of retreats, and especially the time-honored tradition of sitting up all night on occasion, surely are meant to challenge the circadian rhythm, with notably direct effects on perception. The entreaties to Buddhas and Ancestors we might consider extraneous to this problem, but they tend to remind us that all of our lineage went through privations and self-discipline at least as trying as those we face, in the relative comfort of an environment fueled by electricity and fossil fuels, as well as indoor plumbing. We got no room to complain about our “dark and heavy suffering.”Interestingly for a Soto Zen priest, Keizan also recommends that “If your thoughts are still not at rest, you should call to mind some short koan which your Master has given you to guide you, such as ‘What is It that comes like this?,' ‘A dog's not having Buddha Nature,' ‘Ummon's Mount Sumeru,' Joshu's oak tree,' for instance: ‘bland talk is what meets the need.” So koans were not eschewed entirely in early Soto Zen, even when doing zazen, but were considered relatively bland, not disturbing to equanimity. He also recommends focusing on death to calm the mind, “the great matter where your breathing comes to an end and your eyes close forever.” Or, “focus on the ‘not-yet-born state' before a single thought has arisen. In modern parlance, neither of these images would be considered especially calming. But then he predicts that even “when you are doing your daily activities, you will suddenly give rise to the two types of ‘emptiness' — that of there being no personal self and of there being no permanent self in phenomena — and your scattered thoughts will, without fail, lose their force. Again, seemingly not very soothing.In closing, he brings it home: “Then, what is right before your eyes will be your koan.” Which he rephrases, “At that moment, what the koan is is ‘right before your eyes.'” In between he notes, “You and it will not be ‘two things going around each other.'” Again, the great master seems to be throwing out, at random, all the fingers pointing at the moon that he can muster, in the hopes that one will stick. He ends with “Wholeheartedly do I pray for this; with all my heart do I so pray.” Can I get an amen?* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell

Guardian Gateway Podcast
Dark Goddess Magick

Guardian Gateway Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 28:56


Welcome back to another episode of the Guardian Gateway Podcast, where we help you create sacred space—energetic gateways—where you can meet and partner with Unicorns, Dragons, Angels, Ancestors, The Earth Soul, The Trees, Plants, and other Beings of Nature, Crystals and Stones, The Goddess, the Guardian Beings represented in the Tarot, and many, many others.   Join us for a chat with my friend C. Ara Campbell about her new book, Dark Goddess Magick: Rituals and Spells for Reclaiming Your Feminine Fire. C. Ara Campbell is a visionary writer, author, and founder of The Goddess Circle. She is a modern day mystic dedicated to the rising feminine, living embodied truth, connecting others with their gifts and healing using the natural world, and she's been a valued part of many of my telesummits. For full show notes and links visit: https://www.kimwilborn.com/five   

Spirit School
I Desire More - A Discussion With Luscious Hustle

Spirit School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 57:31


I get to sit with the Luscious Hustle once again and discuss the concept of making decisions from DESIRE. This was a word I didn't always resonate with, or know what to do with, but over the past year I have seen how valuable the inquiry “do I desire this” has been.  We pose the three questions:  What comes up for you when you hear “Desire”  When was a time you followed your desire and it didn't work out?  When did you follow your desire and it DID work out?  We share our experiences and talk about our upcoming 3-hour masterclass on December 21st called DESIRE  You can save $111 by registering before December 5th! Use code idesiremore  https://luscious-hustle.thinkific.com/courses/desire-masterclass  This three-hour masterclass I teach how I use my relationship with my Spirit Team to help inspire me to achieve my goals and desires.  Teachings on how your Spirit team (Guides, Angels, Ancestors) support you in achieving your desires. Tuning into your higher self to reveal what is possible for your highest potential in 2022 - tuning into your desires. Celebrating and integrating the lessons of 2021 to clear energetic space for what's to come. Discovering how Human Design, a fusion of ancient and modern sciences, supports your unique energetic strategy and uncover what makes you different from everyone else. Learning how to access your deepest desires and understand where conditioning may be blocking you from actualizing what you want. Unlocking the Divine Feminine leader within to create a life that feels truly aligned in 2022. Hope to see you in the DESIRE Masterclass ! 

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Ancestors love to play tricks on us as we trace them down… sometimes by disappearing from where we think they should be. Fisher explains where you might want to look next.

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast
Episode 2.4: The Alchemy of Ancestral Plants and Moroccan Jewish Longing and Belonging

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 50:13


Mazal Masoud Etedgi, founder of B'samim Apothecary, shares Moroccan Jewish plant magic and sacred prayersong, and speaks into the challenges of longing and belonging in diaspora. Mazal offers insight into ancestral healing at the intersections of creativity, chronic illness and trans and non-binary identity.

Nightlife
Uncovering family secrets

Nightlife

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 49:41


Does your family have a secret? Every family has them, some go to the grave and others are uncovered. Tonight we looked into hidden family histories.

Cast of Many Things
[MGTA] 74 - Exploring Despot

Cast of Many Things

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 69:05


      Chat up the gang on social media on Twitter:    Patrick as the DM - https://twitter.com/professorpfm Matt as Resdyn - https://twitter.com/longfellow_matt Nate as Lindon Longfeather - https://twitter.com/natescottjones Otto as Aetrias Coilbone - https://twitter.com/humanwreakage Misfits Guide to Adventuring https://twitter.com/misfits_guide   Podcast Group: CastOfManyThings - https://twitter.com/castomanythings   Email: castofmanythings@gmail.com   Check out Heidi over on her Twitch!!!  https://www.twitch.tv/heidispn Podcast art by https://twitter.com/YourDarlingSon Editing by https://twitter.com/humanwreakage     Too Cool by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4534-too-cool License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Over Under by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4184-over-under License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Stormfront by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4421-stormfront License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   And never come back by Soft and Furious Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Soft_and_Furious/You_know_where_to_find_me/Soft_and_Furious_-_You_know_where_to_find_me_-_06_And_never_come_back License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   The void is never so far by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Sentimental/Monplaisir_-_Sentimental_-_08_The_void_is_never_so_far License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/    Fermons une plage by Monplaisir Link:https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Sur_Tout_Le_Trajet/Monplaisir_-_Sur_Tout_Le_Trajet_-_02_Fermons_une_plage License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   Ending 2 by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Sous_Tensions_Original_Soundtrack/Monplaisir_-_Sous_Tensions_Soundtrack_-_18_Ending_2 License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   Juan Garcia Madero by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Bonjour_from_Paris_Nantes_and_Montreal/Monplaisir_-_Bonjour_from_Paris_Nantes_and_Montreal_-_09_Juan_Garcia_Madero License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   Giant Wyrm by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3807-giant-wyrm License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Brouillard by Alpha Hydrae Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Alpha_Hydrae/Et_Recule/Alpha_Hydrae_-_Et_Recule_-_08_Brouillard License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   Protect by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Space_Porn/Monplaisir_-_Space_Porn_-_04_Protect License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   The truth about your story by Komiku Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Komiku/ULTRA_PERSON_VOL2/Komiku_-_ULTRA_PERSON_VOL2_-_07_The_truth_about_your_story License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   This tuning is so dramatic by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Draft/Monplaisir_-_Draft_-_09_This_tuning_is_so_dramatic License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   Sad Floor by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Spirit_Animal/Monplaisir_-_Spirit_Animal_-_07_Sad_Floor License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   This is not a joke by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Loops_1260/Monplaisir_-_Loops_-_11_This_is_not_a_joke License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   Ce flou entre nous by Monplaisir Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Bonjour_from_Paris_Nantes_and_Montreal/Monplaisir_-_Bonjour_from_Paris_Nantes_and_Montreal_-_05_Ce_flou_entre_nous License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/   The Sky of our Ancestors by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4510-the-sky-of-our-ancestors License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   La chambre blanche by cuicuitte (feat renoncule) / comme ça Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Cuicuitte/Nous_avons_vu_le_Diable/cuicuitte_feat_renoncule_-_comme_a_-_Nous_avons_vu_le_diable_-_04_La_chambre_blanche License: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/  

Confessing Animals
What Remains Unsaid: Andrew Mcilvaine

Confessing Animals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 36:56


PLUG Gallery Solid Poetry: Andrew McilvaineAndrew Mcilvaine is an interdisciplinary artist originally from Southern Texas and later relocated to Missouri. Mcilvaine makes work that explores notions such as the displacement and replacement of culture through settler colonialism, identity, trauma, memory, and longing. Currently Mcilvaine's practice is based in Kansas City, Missouri and he holds a visiting assistant professor position in the Foundation department at KCAI. https://www.andrewmcilvaine.com/Instagram @andrewmcilvaine    Seasoned and fresh-faced artists (of every genre) discuss how to make creativity work within the complexities and challenges of adult life. Confessing Animals podcast co-hosts Jen Harris + Vanessa Aricco, both working writers, unveil the secrets and struggles of creative living in a rapid fire capitalist society. One guest at a time, Jen + Vanessa ask, How Does Your Life Translate to Art?Intro & music provided by Ashley Raines www.ashleyrainesmusic.comFollow us on Instagram @confessinganimalspodcastListen, Love & Support Us!https://www.patreon.com/confessinganimalspodcastSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/confessinganimalspodcast)

Ashes Pathfinders | Ashes of Creation Podcast
Ashes Pathfinders | Episode 151 - Of The Ancestors

Ashes Pathfinders | Ashes of Creation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 91:24


In this episode the Ashes Pathfinders join Phoenix (Simurgh) in discussing the most recent Ashes of Creation updates. Episode 151 holds the next log of the podcast titled "Of The Ancestors". Are you enjoying the chat around lore? Join us for another episode and help bear the torch for Ashes of Creation.

San Francisco Zen Center Dharma Talks
Invoking the Help of our Ancestors

San Francisco Zen Center Dharma Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 51:33


A talk exploring the healing of dehumanization that comes with naming, remembering and reparation in Buddhist tradition. 11/13/2021, Duncan Ryuken Williams, dharma talk at City Center

My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®
The Truth of the Matter. Ok, So What Do YOUR Ancestors Tell You.

My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 8:20


Unreached of the Day
Pray for the Srigaud Brahmin in India

Unreached of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 1:01


  People Group Details:  https://joshuaproject.net/people_groups/19980/IN Listen to "A Third of Us" podcast with Greg Kelley, produced by the Alliance for the Unreached: https://alliancefortheunreached.org/podcast/ Watch "Stories of Courageous Christians" w/ Mark Kordic https://storiesofcourageouschristians.com/stories-of-courageous-christians  

Shame Piñata
S2E9 Do You Need A Ceremony? (Pt 3, The Deep Dive)

Shame Piñata

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 8:24


Sometimes we feel a call to deepen, to learn, to grow and while there are many amazing teachers in the world, one of the greatest resources we have is our own intuition and our unique connection to Spirit. But in day to day life, it can be difficult to tap into these sources of wisdom. How can we create an intentional space to hear their voices?   Music by Terry Hughes Rate This Podcast   Other episodes in this series: S2E4 Do You Need a Ceremony? (Pt 1, Significant Moments)   S2E6 Do You Need a Ceremony? (Pt 2, Reinventing Ourselves) Sometimes we feel a call to deepen, to learn, to grow. And while there are many amazing teachers in the world, one of the greatest resources we have is our own intuition and our unique connection to Spirit. But in day to day life, it can be difficult to tap into these sources of wisdom. How can we create an intentional space to hear their voices?   This is Shame Piñata. I'm Colleen Thomas. Welcome to Shame Piñata, where we talk about creating rites of passage for real-life transitions.    This is the 3rd episode in a 3-part series called "Do You Need a Ceremony?" In part 1, we looked at significant personal moments, times when something important happens in life that might call for a moment of reflection, or celebration, or silence. We talked about how ceremony can be a helpful tool in honoring these event or milestones. In part 2, we looked at how ritual can help us reinvent ourselves when things get hard, when we're forced to let go of something we love, or when we just feel ready for a change.    Today we will look at how ritual can help us learn more about ourselves and deepen into our own inner wisdom. Let me say more about what I mean by this. Sometimes when I'm feeling lost or when things are especially hard, I look around and wish there was someone there to tell me what to do. Even when I am standing there all alone, it's amazing to remember that there is someone there who can do that for me - potentially several someones. For me personally, there's Spirit, my Ancestors, and my guides… As mythic astrologer Caroline Casey says, "Co-operators are standing by...." But also - perhaps most importantly - there's me, the deeper, wiser, older part of me, the part of me that I call "intuition", "gut feeling" or "body wisdom".    For you this may be different. You may experience Spirit differently or not at all. You may not experience any cooperators standing by, but you always have your internal compass, your knowing, your truth. And if by chance you've lost sight of that recently, know that that's something I don't believe we can ever truly lose.    This inner knowing can help me when I'm needing advice, looking for wisdom or when I just want to get some perspective on what's going on in my life and heart. For me, it's almost like my day-to-day mind keeps my attention on what needs to happen next and then next and then next to stay focused and meet my goals, while my deeper self holds the expansiveness of my being, the arc of my life, the complexity of the worlds I move through, the wonder of everything happening in each moment. And connecting to my deeper self bring me into that expansive space where it's all so much bigger than what I conceptualize as "me" and once I'm connected to that space, I can much more easily receive guidance or information from the co-operators.   Now, there are a myriad of ways you might already have cultivated to connect with your intuition. You might sort out the complexities of daily life while you're running or doing yoga. Journaling might give you space to put out all out there on the page so you can see the next steps forward. You may find calm and deep connection through a meditation or mindfulness practice. What I'd like to share with you today are some thoughts on how ritual can create a container to let you take a deep dive into your inner wisdom, like in a specific period of time. We'll be right back.   [MUSIC]   It's wonderful to have you with us today! In this 3-part series, we're exploring how ritual can help us mark significant moments, reinvent ourselves, or go deeper. What about you? Have you created a ceremony that changed you, helped you start over, or took you to a new level of connection within yourself? If so, we'd love to hear how you did it. Tell us about it through the contact page at shamepinata.com.    Here are some examples of times when you mighty feel a call to go into a deep-dive of self-connection: - at the new year, whenever you might celebrate that - during the bleeding time of your cycle (if you have one) when intuition can be heightened - when you need a reset - when you're feeling lost - when something particularly difficult is going on or when you're struggling with something in your heart - at significant astrological moments, such as your birthday, half-birthday or Saturn return and speaking of astrology, Mercury retrograde is a great time to stop, deepen and reflect   All of these are examples of times when you might sense a desire to create a kind of power-moment to connect with the deeper self.    If you're resonating with this idea, I invite you to sense into an upcoming moment that might feel like a good match for a deepening ceremony. It could look like setting aside a few hours before your birthday party to meditate and read Tarot cards to wrap up the last year of your life. It could be an intentional dinner on your own where you really taste the food and notice the memories that come along with each flavor. You might take a weekend workshop to create some structure for your solo journey. You could do an all-night vigil on the longest or shortest night of the year.    These can be very rich internal experiences where we connect super deeply with ourselves and build trust and gain knowledge. Some modalities of connection to our wisdom are: dreamwork, Tarot, reiki, Tai Chi, freeform movement and dance, freeform painting, drawing or sculpting, journaling, or collage. We can invoke the Ancestors, listen deeply to their wisdom and create art based on what we hear. We can set up a mirror and take a deep dive into our eyes for hours by candlelight.    But wait, this might all sound silly and selfish and kind of weird! There are so many wonderful things and so many challenging things in life. The challenging ones can wear us down. In order to be our best, show up as fully as possible for the people we love, ceremonies like these can fill us up so we can be more available to the people we love, more available to our world.    It's all about asking for what we need and being open to receiving answers to our questions and prayers. It's not so much making the thing happen as deeply listening to what is needed, taking our problems to the river or the ocean and listening to what we hear back. Trusting in what we hear back.   Our music is by Terry Hughes. Please follow us on IG or Twitter at shamepinata. And subscribe to the podcast on Radio Public, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite player. I'm Colleen Thomas. Thanks for listening.

Chasing Immortality
The Terracotta Legacy of the Dragon Emperor

Chasing Immortality

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 52:28


All That's Interesting. “Meet The Most Well-Preserved Mummy In Human History.” All That's Interesting, All That's Interesting, 28 Feb. 2020, allthatsinteresting.com/xin-zhui-lady-dai.China Travel Blog, director. Virtual Tour to Terracotta Warriors Museum-兵马俑-HD | China Travel Vlog. China Travel Blog, YouTube, 12 Oct. 2019, www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRMRJxvQfyE.Gannon, Megan. “China's First Emperor Ordered Search For An Immortality Elixir .” Live Science , 27 Dec. 2017, www.livescience.com/61286-first-chinese-emperor-sought-immortality.html#:~:text=China's%20First%20Emperor%20Ordered%20Official%20Search%20for%20Immortality%20Elixir,-By%20Megan%20Gannon&text=The%20first%20emperor%20of%20China%2C%20Qin%20Shi%20Huang%2C%20wanted%20to,China's%20Xinhua%20news%20agency%20reported.Harris, Shannon, and Radu Alexander. Performance by Simon Whistler, Qin Shi Huang: The First Emperor of China, Biographics , 4 Feb. 2021, www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2FUmD1pyVM.History.com Editors. “Great Wall of China.” History.com, A&E Television Networks, 24 Aug. 2010, www.history.com/topics/ancient-china/great-wall-of-china.Katz, Brigit. “2,000-Year-Old Texts Reveal the First Emperor of China's Quest for Eternal Life.” Smithsonian.com, Smithsonian Institution, 29 Dec. 2017, www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/2000-year-old-texts-reveal-first-emperor-chinas-quest-eternal-life-180967671/.Minghua, Huang. “The 'Hundred Entertainments'; China's 2,000-Year-Old Tradition of Acrobatics.” UNESDOC, United Nations, 1988, unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000077031.Oliver, Mark. “How the Search for Immortality Killed the First Emperor of China.” Ancient Origins, Ancient Origins, 15 June 2018, www.ancient-origins.net/history-famous-people/search-immortality-killed-emperor-china-0010207.Pham, Larissa. “Https://Www.theparisreview.org/Blog/2019/12/18/a-Figure-Models-Brief-Guide-to-Poses-through-Art-History/.” The Paris Review , 18 Dec. 2019, www.theparisreview.org/blog/2019/12/18/a-figure-models-brief-guide-to-poses-through-art-history/.Tombs and Ancestors, The British Museum, 2000, www.ancientchina.co.uk/tombs/home_set.html.Translations, Day. “How Many Languages Are Spoken in China?” Day Translations Blog, Day Translations, 2 Sept. 2020, www.daytranslations.com/blog/languages-spoken-china/.YongYu, Lee. China's First Emperor - Qin Shi Huang The Dragon Emperor. Performance by Steven Kamer, China's Dragon Emperor: Architect of the Afterlife , Smithsonian Channel, 18 Apr. 2020, www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg1SGA3zYx8. 

Unreached of the Day
Pray for the Danuwar Rai in Nepal

Unreached of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 1:02


People Group Details:  https://joshuaproject.net/people_groups/11499/NP Listen to "A Third of Us" podcast with Greg Kelley, produced by the Alliance for the Unreached: https://alliancefortheunreached.org/podcast/ Watch "Stories of Courageous Christians" w/ Mark Kordic https://storiesofcourageouschristians.com/stories-of-courageous-christians

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast
Episode 2.3: Reclaiming Persian Jewish Prayer Traditions with Galeet Dardashti

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 62:22


Galeet Dardashti takes us on a journey into Persian Jewish Prayer, shares exquisite compositions, and speaks intimately on weaving her voice with the voices of her ancestors, across place and time.

Existential
Episode 76 (Who Taught You to Treat the Ancestors Like Strangers.) with Andre Henry

Existential

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 67:39


Our brother and friend Andre Henry is back to talk about new music, his book, and a message from an ancestor you absolutely HAVE to hear!   Contend with Andre: https://www.andrehenry.co/ On Insta: @theandrehenry Contend with us: On Insta: @existentialpodcast Become a Patron: http://patreon.com/coreyevanleak   Legacy Trip: https://www.wetravel.com/trips/legacy-trip-montgomery-with-corey-leak-and-nandi-kayyy-legacy-trips-montgomery-70382197  

Lakewood Daf Yomi #DafBySruly Reid Bites
Davening on Rosh Hashanah Together With our Ancestors

Lakewood Daf Yomi #DafBySruly Reid Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 7:10


Your Freedom Podcast
Acknowledge the Pattern of Pain to Start Healing Within, with Amanda Monnier

Your Freedom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 24:13


Season 2 Episode 13 - Acknowledge the Pattern of Pain to Start Healing Within, with Amanda Monnier   In this podcast, Anna is with Amanda Monnier, an Energy Healer, and Mindset coach. She empowers her clients and helps them heal inside out, break ancestral patterns and shift into the fullest embodiment of who they are at the soul level.    It all started in her childhood experiences that led to her journey as an Energy healer. She was in law enforcement for 6 years then started to ask questions to herself about her experiences. After her shattering break-up, she discovered that pain has the same pattern that stuck within her. We just need to unravel and acknowledge our pain by then, our healing journey starts.    Let's know more about how Amanda learns the process of healing herself by allowing and acknowledging the pain within.   They also talked about:   01:27  Where Amanda is based 03:16  How her childhood experiences led her to be an Energy healer 05:16  The advice she can give to get through with the same journey 10:28  The idea of surrendering instead of clenching 17:13  How she helps her clients 19:29  How we can reach Amanda 20:33  What freedom meant to her Quotes:   “We're going through life on auto-pilot.”   “If everything is energy and we experience these painful memories like energy can be in a form of memory, emotion, thoughts, and beliefs. There are some ancestral and codings in the DNA.”   “We can literally carry templates from our Ancestors...”   “We look  at the Universe as a kind of mirror in some ways, it's like reflecting back to us on what we believe to be true.”   “All that density and all that trauma and all that just stuff and stories, it's all simply not you and we can begin to acknowledge it and shift it to what we are at the soul level.”   “We have the choice whether we want to surrender in the process.”   “Freedom is all about soul alignment for me and it's all about being able to just live in your authentic truth...”   - Amanda Monnier    Check out Amanda Monnier social media accounts   Email: amandamonniercoaching@gmail.com Instagram: @amandamonnier Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/thefiercefeminine Website: www.amandamonnier.com Podcast: Upleveled As F*ck Do you want to be a speaker/guest on my podcast? Book a call here: https://calendly.com/annadavidson/interview ------------------------------------------------------------------------ GET THIS FREE EBOOK: Manifesting with Visualisation: http://bit.ly/3q46nDr 5 Steps To Make More Money From Home by Selling Professionally On Amazon: https://bit.ly/3A6uCq1   Check these out:  Amazon Profits Accelerator (Free 3-Day Webinar): https://bit.ly/34e9cJh Amazon 101 Academy: https://bit.ly/3gvJO6l Amazon 101 Academy-Self Study: https://bit.ly/3n53DUS Make Sh*t Happen Membership: https://bit.ly/37MtCdg   Join Tribe My Facebook Group Your Freedom Project https://www.facebook.com/groups/YourFreedomProject2020/    Visit My Website Here: https://theannadavidson.com/   You can also reach Anna on her socials: Instagram - @theannadavidson Facebook - Anna Davidson YouTube - @theannadavidson

Church News
Three senior Apostles reflect on returning to their missionary roots in the British Isles

Church News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 38:54


Three senior Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — President M. Russell Ballard, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Elder Quentin L. Cook — traveled to England and Scotland in October 2021 to address both Church members and missionaries. The trip marked a “coming home” for the trio of Church leaders as each had served missions in the British Isles. President Ballard first arrived in Great Britain as a young missionary in 1948, just three years after the end of World War II. Elder Cook arrived in England in September 1960, followed by Elder Holland in October of the same year; they would serve together as companions in summer 1962. Sister Patricia Holland and Sister Mary Cook accompanied their husbands on the trip. This episode of the Church News podcast features highlights of this historic moment in time, shared by the leaders' own words, reflecting on how the area, people and foundational spiritual experiences shaped their lives of gospel service. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

eLuvated
Take a Break ✨

eLuvated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 12:45


Peace and Eternal Blessings Beautiful Beings

political and spiritual
The Ancestors Speak At The Mound Table

political and spiritual

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 126:00


the masters Dr Delbert Blair and kalindi

TRUST & THRIVE with Tara Mont
145: Dismantling Diet Culture & White Supremacy - with Dr. Hortencia Jimenéz, Sociology Professor & Health Coach

TRUST & THRIVE with Tara Mont

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 50:50


Dr. Hortencia Jimenéz was born in Nayarit, Mexico and raised in the agriculture community of Watsonville CA. Dr. Jimenéz spent her childhood years working in the fields and learned the ethic of hard work and perseverance. She holds a BA, MA, and Ph.D in Sociology and is also a certified Health Coach and Fitness Instructor. Dr. Jimenez is a full time tenured Sociology professor teaching at a local community college in Monterey, County. Dr. Jimenéz signed a book contract with SAGE Publishing, a leading press in the social sciences to co-author an undergraduate textbook on Latinxs. Her research writing has appeared in academic publications and in 2017 she published her book Challenging Inequalities: Readings in Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration by Cognella Academic Publishing.  Dr. Jimenéz has numerous awards and recognitions for her work in the Latinx community. Her most recent recognitions include the Community Achievements Award by the Latino Network of Monterey County, a Certificate of Recognition by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors, and a Certificate of Recognition by California Legislature Assembly, Anna Caballero. Dr. Jimenéz transitioned to social media during the pandemic and created her instagram account as a response to the lack of Latinx representation and conversation of an anti-diet approach in the Health and Wellness industry. Her work centers on dismantlingdiet culture and helping Latinxs heal their relationship with food. In this episode, we discuss the connection between food and culture, how diet culture capitalizes off of silencing one's culture, breaking generational cycles, honoring our ancestors, and more.FOLLOW DR. JIMENEZ:INSTA: @drhortenciajimenezWEBSITE: www.hortenciajimenez.com STAY CONNECTED: INSTA: @trustandthrive TIKOK:@trustandthrive TWITTER: @trustandthrive FACEBOOK: bit.ly/FBtaramont WEBSITE: www.tara-mont.com EMAIL: tara@tara-mont.com 

Stories in Our Roots with Heather Murphy
Gratitude For Our Ancestors

Stories in Our Roots with Heather Murphy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 15:02


#51.  Gratitude helps us acknowledge the good in our lives and often that good comes from sources outside of ourselves.Looking for the good that has come from the lives of our ancestors helps us see the good things in our own lives and recognize hardships that were overcome, generosity that was given, and so much more.In this episode you will hear:How gratitude, optimism, and family are connectedTwo simple ways to show gratitude to your ancestorsWhy it is important to find the 1% positive that can be found in a situation that seems all negativeGet the free workbook, 30 Days of Gratitude for 30 Ancestors!About Heather:Heather Murphy is a mindset coach, genealogist, and host of the Stories in Our Roots podcast.  With an academic background in family history and twenty years experience helping people discover the stories of their ancestors, Heather knows the clarity and strength that comes from spending time in the branches of your family tree.Her mission is to help women become empowered to create more peace in their lives, because most are struggling with the weight of the past, the stress of the present, and the uncertainty of the future. So she helps them understand today's circumstances and struggles by learning the stories of their ancestors, empowering them to create an incredible future filled with clarity, connection and perspective.  When Heather is not exploring family trees, she's knitting lace shawls, taking care of her three Welch Harlequin ducks, or trying to understand her teenage son as he discusses quantum mechanics.Website: heathermurphygenealogy.com Facebook: @MsHeatherMurphy Instagram: @msheathermurphy LinkedIn: Heather MurphyAncestry.com Sign up for a 2 week free trial and discover the records that tell the stories of your ancestors.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

6 Degrees of John Keel
Episode 51: The Dark Time of the Year: Ancestors and Witches with Susan Demeter

6 Degrees of John Keel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 91:41


Susan Demeter talks with Barbara about the meaning of Samhain and Halloween, and how Witches celebrate the dark season of the year. Also, Susan announces a super secret awesome UFO Tarot project.

OnScript
Halloween OnCrypt Special! Death in Ancient Israel with Matt Suriano

OnScript

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 89:51


In this special Halloween OnCrypt Biblical World episode Chris and Kyle speak with Matt Suriano about Israelite mortuary belief along with Matt's work on the Jerusalem necropolis in Silwan (east, southeast of the Old City). Matt discusses elite and royal burial customs in ancient Israel as he articulates why ancestors were important and what this means in biblical literature.  This is cross-published from our other podcast, Biblical World. The post Halloween OnCrypt Special! Death in Ancient Israel with Matt Suriano first appeared on OnScript.

Blood Origins
Episode 136 - Mike Hairston || A tradition going back to the ancestors

Blood Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 20:39


Mike Hairston talks about the ‘why' behind taking up one of the hardest instruments of the hunting world, the longbow, and what rewards, chief among them a sense of history, he gets from his time in the woods. Podcast is brought to you by: Dog And Gun Coffee: www.dogandguncoffee.com Wren & Ivy: https://www.wrenandivy.com/  Minus33: https://www.minus33.com/  Rugged X Expeditions: https://jalainsmith.com  See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Daily Jewish Thought
Parshat Toldot: Would Our Ancestors Recognize Us?

Daily Jewish Thought

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 5:53


Contact Rabbi Bernath via http://www.theloverabbi.comDonate and support Rabbi Bernath's work http://www.jewishndg.com/donateSign up for Rabbi Bernath's Relationships Podcast https://anchor.fm/the-love.../episodes/Love-Rabbi-QA-ecpnteSign up for Rabbi Bernath's Kabbalah Podcast  https://anchor.fm/kabbalahforeveryoneFollow Rabbi Bernath's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/ybernathAccess Rabbi Bernath's Articles on Relationships https://medium.com/@loverabbiSupport the show (http://www.jewishndg.com/donate)

Moving To Oneness
Ep. 61 ~ Meilin Ehlke - All Hallows' Eve

Moving To Oneness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 26:23


Stunned by the  beauty of the  moon  during my drive home, I was inspired to share my thoughts of this special evening with you. Enjoy ... You are invited to bring your wisdom and powerful energy over to our Fb group where you can share it with us and others. Feel welcomed and comforted in our community. https://www.facebook.com/groups/movingtooneness You can request a topic of your choice to be spoken about or a song to be sung for you on a future podcast. Just let us know. :) Follow us on:  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzEWKXR957EmpmXvG9YgbhwTwitter: https://twitter.com/MovingToOneness  In Love and Light, Meilin Are you interested to be on the podcast?Connect with us: meilin@movingtooneness.com

Circle Sanctuary Network Podcasts
Nature Mystic with Selena Fox - Circle Craft Samhain Ritual

Circle Sanctuary Network Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 65:00


Circle Craft Samhain Ritual Attune to Samhain with this Ritual from the Circle Craft tradition.  Remember the year that has been. Envision the year to come. Honor the Dead. Listen to the Ancestors.  Celebrate Samhain.  Encore from Circle Craft Study, October 28,  2014

bamboo & glass
152. Exploring Spirituality & Storytelling

bamboo & glass

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 63:29


Solo episode alert!This episode, Da Eun shares her journey with spirituality and how intertwined it's been with her  storytelling  endeavors. This is for anyone who's been wandering in their religious/spiritual practices, especially if it's a departure from the way they were raised. In her own words, "I wanted to provide an honest, introspective look into my own wanderings, skepticisms, hopes, questions, discoveries, and more."Come with her on the journey of reflecting on her Christian upbringing, the challenges and  comforts that came with it, the recent explorations in spirituality, fascinations with mythology and folklore, parallels with the personal development space, and more~Previous episodes covering spirituality⟡ 44. Asian American Womxn in Faith⟡ 116. Living with Intention, Clarity, & Support ft. Andrea Maeng⟡ 126. Expectations of a Lifelong Caregiver ft. Rachel Cao⟡ 128. Quirks of Being Hmong American ft. Dee Dee ThaoRead Andy Marra's piece "This Is My Unbelievable But Totally True Transgender Ghost Story"Follow bamboo & glass on:⟡ instagram: @bambooandglass⟡ links to various platforms: beacons.ai/bambooandglass⟡ website: www.bambooandglass.buzzsprout.com⟡ Da Eun: @daeunkm⟡ Sophia: @sophiasysun Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bambooandglass)

Ponte a hablar en inglés
Los orígenes de Halloween

Ponte a hablar en inglés

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 7:15


En el podcast de hoy te voy a hablar de los orígenes de la palabra Halloween y la razón por la que en esta noche hay tanto monstruo y fantasmas pululando las calles

Ghost of a Podcast
230: Awful Ancestors + Horoscope

Ghost of a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 42:11


How should you honor ancestors that were awful people? A Pagan listener feels called to honor her ancestors, but she recently discovered some truly terrible things about one of them. She asks Jessica for help sorting out her spiritual path. Mercury is forming another intense square to Pluto, and we have an unpredictable New Moon in Scorpio on the 4th. The astrology may be all over the place, but you don't have to be! Listen to Jessica's practical advice for guidance. ⭕️ Astrology for Days is now available in beta! Visit astrologyfordays.com

Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Deepening Relationship to our Ancestors

Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship "CVUUF" Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 8:54


To celebrate All Souls, All Saints, Dia de Los Muertos and Samhain, today we deepen our relationship with our ancestors. Join us for our annual tradition in which we share photos of our deceased loved ones and other ancestors we wish to honor. Anahi Quiroz will share wisdom from her culture and join Rev Nica … Continued

Cats, Tea, and Witchcraft Podcast

Todays episode is on necromancy. And the rune of the week is naudhiz. Have questions? Send an email! catsteaandwitchcraftpodcast@gmail.com Follow the social media pages and website: www.catsteaandwitchcraft.wixsite.com/podcast www.twitter.com/catsteaandwitch www.instagram.com/catsteaandwitchcraft Music: Hex Appeal by Maduro BOOKS: The Mighty Dead: Communing with the Ancestors of Witchcraft by Christopher Penczak Honoring your Ancestors: A Guide to Ancestral Veneration by Mallorie Vaudoise Buckland's Book of Spirit Communication; by Raymond Buckland The Witch's Shield: Protection Magick & Psychic Self-Defense by Chrisopher Penczak --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/catsteaandwitchcraft/message

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast
Episode 2.2: Beta Israel and Ethiopian Jewish Ancestral Tradition with Qes Efraim Lawi

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:14


Qes Efraim Lawi shares Beta Israel / Ethiopian Jewish traditions, offers prayersongs in his ancestral language of Ge'ez, and speaks about being the first spiritual leader of Beta Israel / Ethiopian Jewish community born in diaspora.

i want what SHE has
#195 Samhain and Connecting with Our Ancestors

i want what SHE has

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 81:07


Today I wander into the Festival of Samhain and share some traditions or rituals that may inspire you. This includes a conversation and experiential practice to contemplate the lives of our ancestors based off of the book, My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem. P.S. the show officially starts around minute 11, but I thought the superstition conversation with my colleagues was thematically appropriate to include!Here are the YouTubers who provided some of the information and rituals shared -> Rebekka of the Witches' Cookery, and Alwyn Oak.Here's the Spotify playlist of the songs we listened to throughout the show. Feel free to use them as you feel called for the contemplation practices I offer in today's show, or just pause the recording and sit in silence, journal or listen to your own music.Plus, here's the info on the Ringing the Bells for Climate Change event I mentioned.Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda of Radio Kingston.Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!Feel free to email me, say hello: she@iwantwhatshehas.org** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER * https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas

Gratitude Blooming Podcast
Remembrance - Honoring our ancestors and tapping into resonance

Gratitude Blooming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 37:21


Remembrance is represented by the poppy, Card #26. It's the state flower of California and grows wild. Showing up each year, it helps us to remember each season the changes in life. It stirred memories of our grandparents. Who do you want to honor? Send us your Gratitude Blooming message or text at 510-866-9648. We want to hear your stories of appreciation. 

Generations Cafe
066 - Is Ancestry Missing Your Ancestors?

Generations Cafe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 12:37


It's frustrating to search on Ancestry and not get any results, especially when you know the record should exist. No matter how you change your search, you just can't find it.  The issue might not be in how you're searching. It might be a matter of Ancestry doesn't have the record. Unfortunately, it's hard to tell what Ancestry doesn't have.  In this episode, Amy shows two ways to spot gaps in Ancestry's collections, including a creative way of using the "Browse this Collection" feature.  There's also an accompanying video, which you can see on the show notes at AmyJohnsonCrow.com/66. Save yourself a lot of frustration (and wrong conclusions!) by spotting these gaps in Ancestry's collections!

Wiccan Life
Calling our Ancestors

Wiccan Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 14:38


For this episode, we take advantage of the thinning borders between our world and the world of our ancestors and we go calling upon them to give us their wisdom.•••► Support Wiccan Life on Patreon! patreon.com/wiccanlife ◄•••

Comfy Cozy Witch Podcast
Episode 27: Ancestors at Samhain, Haunted Cape May, and Rebirth Oracle Pull

Comfy Cozy Witch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 53:40


Hi, my witchy friends! In this episode, I chat a bit about working with ancestors during Samhain, my trip last week to the enchanting and historical seaside town of Cape May, and a card pull from the Seasons of the Witch Samhain Oracle Deck. Grab yourself a cup of tea and get comfy, cozy and witchy with me! A number of you asked how you can support me/the podcast. I do this because I truly enjoy sharing about my craft, but if you feel so inclined, feel free to follow, rate, and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, or check out my other witchy ventures over on IG - @fit_witch_challenge. I'll also soon be releasing witchy/magical cozy mysteries under my name Jennie Blonde and you can find more on IG @cozywitchwrites *I also want to thank those of you who have subscribed, commented, rated, reviewed, and/or messaged me with words of encouragement about this podcast! I am truly grateful for you all and excited to bring you this witchy content!* Social Media: Instagram: @comfycozywitch FB Private Group: Comfy Cozy Witches Founder of @fit_witch_challenge

Dan Snow's History Hit
How Brutish Were Our Ancestors?

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 42:58


Was life for our ancient ancestors brutish and short or did they exist as noble savages free and living in harmony with nature and each other? Many of our assumptions about ancient societies stem from renaissance theories about how society should be organized and what civilisation is. Dan is joined by David Wengrow, Professor of Comparative Archaeology at University College London and co-author of The Dawn of Everything to challenge some of these assumptions and show that they were founded on critiques of European society. David shines a light on the great variety of ancient civilisations, the different models of society they offer and how that might influence us today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)
Day 279: Blessings and Burdens

The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 19:28


Fr. Mike offers a brief recap of today's chapter from Nehemiah, identifying the difference between those who were able to live in Jerusalem and those who were not. He explains the ancestral gifts that each tribe of Israel received and applies this concept to the vices and virtues of our families, as well as our freedom to adopt or reject them. Today we read from Nehemiah 11, Esther 8, 16, and Proverbs 21:17-20. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.